Aldine R. Culpepper

Female, #5221, (5 Jul 1876 - before 1 Jun 1880)
Father*William M. Culpepper (14 Nov 1845 - 8 Jul 1897)
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff (3 Mar 1849 - 17 Sep 1907)
Birth*5 Jul 1876 Aldine was born at Harris Co., Georgia, on 5 Jul 1876. 
Death*before 1 Jun 1880 She died at Harris Co., Georgia, before 1 Jun 1880.1 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited1 Jul 2003

Citations

  1. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 433D, Family 299, ED 56, Goodmans, Harris Co., GA
    William Culpepper, Self, M, Md, 34, Farmer, GA/GA/GA
    Mary E. T. Culpepper, Wife, F, Md, 31, Keeping House, GA/GA/GA
    Martha J. M. Culpepper, Dau, F, S, 12, GA/GA/GA
    Sarah E. E. Culpepper, Dau, F, S, 9, GA/GA/GA
    James T. Culpepper, Son, M, S, 5, GA/GA/GA
    William E. Culpepper, Son, M, S, 10M, GA/GA/GA.

Nancy T. A. Culpepper1

Female, #5222, (8 Sep 1881 - 20 Jan 1947)
Father*William M. Culpepper (14 Nov 1845 - 8 Jul 1897)
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff (3 Mar 1849 - 17 Sep 1907)
Name Variation She was also known as Nannie E. J. 
Birth*8 Sep 1881 Nancy was born at Harris Co., Georgia, on 8 Sep 1881. 
Death of Father8 Jul 1897 Her father William M. Culpepper died on 8 Jul 1897. 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 William, Nancy and John was listed as a son in Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff's household on the 1900 Census at Harris Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Mother17 Sep 1907 Her mother Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff died on 17 Sep 1907 at Linden, Cass Co., Texas
1910 Census Nancy was listed as a sister in William Edward Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Miller Co., Arkansas.2 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Nancy was listed as a sister in William Edward Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Sulphur, Miller Co., Arkansas.3 
Death*20 Jan 1947 She died at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 20 Jan 1947 at age 65.4 
Burial*circa 22 Jan 1947 Her body was interred circa 22 Jan 1947 at Macedonia Cemetery, Bright Star, Miller Co., Arkansas
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited11 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 31, Page 97A (23), Family 449, Goodman District, Harris Co., GA
    Mary E. Culpepper, Head, F, Mar 1849, 51, Wid, ch 4/4, GA/GA/GA
    William E. Culpepper, Son, M, Jul 1879, 20, S, GA/GA/GA, Farmer
    Nancy T. A. Culpepper, Dau, F, Oct 1881, 18, S, GA/GA/GA
    John M. Culpepper, Son, M, Aug 1886, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Mary B. Culpepper, Dau, F, Mar 1889, 11, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. ED 73, family 158.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 46-21, Sheet #7-A, Page 24, Line 30, Sulphur, Miller, AR
    Home owned, Value not shown, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
    Will E. Culpepper, Head, M, 51, M, md@30, GA/GA/GA, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Vet=No
    Ethel Culpepper, Wife, F, 36, M, md@16, TX/AR/TX, Not employed
    Bernice Culpepper, Dau, F, 20, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Juanita Culpepper, Dau, F,  18, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Grace Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, AR/GA/TX Laborer, Farm
    Mary Lou Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, S, AR/GA/TX
    Nannie Culpepper, Sister, F, 47, S, GA/GA/GA.
  4. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.

Clara Odessa Culpepper

Female, #5223, (24 Jul 1887 - before 1 Jun 1900)
Father*William M. Culpepper (14 Nov 1845 - 8 Jul 1897)
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff (3 Mar 1849 - 17 Sep 1907)
Birth*24 Jul 1887 Clara was born at Harris Co., Georgia, on 24 Jul 1887. 
Death*before 1 Jun 1900 She died at Harris Co., Georgia, before 1 Jun 1900.1 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited11 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 31, Page 97A (23), Family 449, Goodman District, Harris Co., GA
    Mary E. Culpepper, Head, F, Mar 1849, 51, Wid, ch 4/4, GA/GA/GA
    William E. Culpepper, Son, M, Jul 1879, 20, S, GA/GA/GA, Farmer
    Nancy T. A. Culpepper, Dau, F, Oct 1881, 18, S, GA/GA/GA
    John M. Culpepper, Son, M, Aug 1886, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Mary B. Culpepper, Dau, F, Mar 1889, 11, S, GA/GA/GA.

Mary Beula Culpepper

Female, #5224, (19 Mar 1888 - )
Father*William M. Culpepper (14 Nov 1845 - 8 Jul 1897)
Mother*Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff (3 Mar 1849 - 17 Sep 1907)
Birth*19 Mar 1888 Mary was born at Harris Co., Georgia, on 19 Mar 1888. 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 Mary was listed as a daughter in Mary Elizabeth Tabitha Huff's household on the 1900 Census at Harris Co., Georgia.1 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited11 Aug 2003

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 31, Page 97A (23), Family 449, Goodman District, Harris Co., GA
    Mary E. Culpepper, Head, F, Mar 1849, 51, Wid, ch 4/4, GA/GA/GA
    William E. Culpepper, Son, M, Jul 1879, 20, S, GA/GA/GA, Farmer
    Nancy T. A. Culpepper, Dau, F, Oct 1881, 18, S, GA/GA/GA
    John M. Culpepper, Son, M, Aug 1886, 13, S, GA/GA/GA
    Mary B. Culpepper, Dau, F, Mar 1889, 11, S, GA/GA/GA.

Joseph Kemp

Male, #5225, (12 Dec 1813 - 17 May 1860)
Birth*12 Dec 1813 Joseph was born at Georgia on 12 Dec 1813. 
Marriage*1 Oct 1846 He married (?) Kemp at Houston Co., Georgia, on 1 Oct 1846 at age 32. 
1850 Census*1 Jun 1850 Joseph was listed as the head of a family on the 1850 Census on 1 Jun 1850 at Houston Co., Georgia.1 
Death*17 May 1860 He died on 17 May 1860 at age 46. 

Family

(?) Kemp (3 Dec 1826 - 2 Jun 1906)
Children
Last Edited13 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. 10th District, Page 349.
  2. Obituary for Catherine Elizabeth Kemp.

(?) Kemp

Female, #5226, (3 Dec 1826 - 2 Jun 1906)
Name Variation She was also known as Catherine Elizabeth Davis. 
Birth*3 Dec 1826 (?) was born at North Carolina on 3 Dec 1826. 
Marriage*1 Oct 1846 She married Joseph Kemp at Houston Co., Georgia, on 1 Oct 1846 at age 19. 
1850 Census*1 Jun 1850 (?) listed as a household member living with Joseph Kemp on the 1850 Census on 1 Jun 1850 at Houston Co., Georgia.1 
Death of Spouse17 May 1860 Her husband Joseph Kemp died on 17 May 1860. 
Death*2 Jun 1906 She died at Houston Co., Georgia, on 2 Jun 1906 at age 79.2 
Burial*circa 3 Jun 1906 Her body was interred circa 3 Jun 1906 at Kemp Cemetery, Byron, Peach Co., Georgia.2 
Biography* Obituary:
Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth Kemp, widow of the late Joseph Kemp, died at her home in the tenth district of Houston Co., GA, ten miles north of Perry, on 2 Jun 1906. Burial was in the family cemetery near their residence. She was 79 years of age last December. Of five daughters, only two survive her: Mrs. J. D. Martin of Sylvester, GA and Mrs. J. M. Culpepper of Fort Valley, GA.3 

Family

Joseph Kemp (12 Dec 1813 - 17 May 1860)
Marriage*1 Oct 1846 She married Joseph Kemp at Houston Co., Georgia, on 1 Oct 1846 at age 19. 
Children
Last Edited13 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. 10th District, Page 349.
  2. Obituary for Catherine Elizabeth Kemp.
  3. Cemeteries and Obituaries of Houston Co., GA. Abstracted by Addie Paramore Howell from The Houston Home Journal, Perry, GA 1870-1912. Published by Omni Press, Macon, GA: 1982. Transcribed by Warren Culpepper. FHL US/CAN Book: 975.8515 V3c.

Mattie Mable Culpepper1

Female, #5227, (Jun 1888 - )
Father*Early Greathouse Culpepper (16 Dec 1850 - bt 1920 - 1930)
Mother*Savannah (?) (Nov 1851 - bt 1910 - 1920)
Birth*Jun 1888 Mattie was born at Georgia in Jun 1888.2 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 Mattie and Emma was listed as a daughter in Early Greathouse Culpepper's household on the 1900 Census at Phenix City, Russell Co., Alabama.2 
Married Name27 May 1906  As of 27 May 1906, her married name was Wilson. 
Marriage*27 May 1906 She married Jackson Davis Wilson at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 27 May 1906 at age 17.3 
1910 Census15 Apr 1910 Mattie was listed as a daughter in Early Greathouse Culpepper's household on the 1910 Census at Phenix City, Russell Co., Alabama.4 
Biography* According to Harry M. Lewis, a grandson, of Fredericksburg, VA, Mattie and her husband were very gifted. Harry never knew his grandmother, but his mother told him she was attractive, intelligent, and loyal. Harry has a copy of his grandparent's wedding picture. 

Family

Jackson Davis Wilson (13 Dec 1885 - 19 Aug 1963)
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited14 May 2012

Citations

  1. Harry M. Lewis records, Harry M. Lewis, Fredericksburg, VA, to Lew Griffin, 1995.
  2. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Phenix City, Lee Co., Alabama; Lines 22-26, Page 2A; ED 45 (1 Jun 1900)
    Edward G Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Dec 1848, 51, md-13yrs, GA/GA/GA, Carder/Cottonmill
    Savannah Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Nov 1851, 48, md-13yrs, ch 3/3, GA/GA/GA
    Mattie Culpepper, Dau, Wh, F, Jun 1888, 11, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Emma Culpepper, Dau, Wh, F, Mar 1890, 10, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Katie Pickren, Step-Dau, Wh, F, Oct 1877, 22, sng, AL/GA/GA, Weaver/Cottonmill.
  3. Muscogee County Court of the Ordinary (Books F-U transcribed by Lew Griffin), compiler, Muscogee Co., GA Marriages, 1868-1920 (Transcribed by Lew Griffin), Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1965, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Film# 401845, 401858-859.
    M. M. Culpepper (F) and J. D. Wilson on 27 May 1906 in Muscogee Co., GA, Bk P-75.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    Phenix City, Lee Co., Alabama; Lines 1-6, Page 2A; ED 175 (15 Apr 1910)
    Earlie Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 60, md1-23yrs, GA/GA/GA, Spinner/Cotton Mill
    Savanah Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 60, ch 3/2, GA/GA/TN, No occ
    Mattie [Culpepper] Wilson, Dau, F, Wh, 22, md-4yrs, GA/GA/GA, No occ
    Robert Tinsley, Boarder, M, Wh, 28, md, SC/SC/SC, Cotton Mill
    Mabell Tinsley, Boarder, F, Wh, 22, md, SC/SC/SC, Cotton Mill
    D W Rudolph, Boarder, M, Wh, 50, wid, GA/GA/GA, Cotton Mill.

Savannah (?)1,2

Female, #5228, (Nov 1851 - between 1910 and 1920)
Name Variation She was also known as Sylvania (?) 
Birth*Nov 1851 Savannah was born at Georgia in Nov 1851.1 
Married Namesay 1875  As of say 1875, her married name was Pickren.1 
Marriage*say 1875 She married William Pickren say 1875.1 
1880 Census1 Jun 1880 Savannah was listed as William Pickren's wife on the 1880 Census at Brownville, Lee Co., Alabama.2 
Marriage*18 Sep 1887 She married Early Greathouse Culpepper at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 18 Sep 1887 at age 35.3 
Married Name18 Sep 1887  As of 18 Sep 1887, her married name was Culpepper. 
1900 Census1 Jun 1900 Savannah was listed as Early Greathouse Culpepper's wife on the 1900 Census at Phenix City, Russell Co., Alabama.1 
1910 Census15 Apr 1910 Savannah was listed as Early Greathouse Culpepper's wife on the 1910 Census at Phenix City, Russell Co., Alabama.4 
Death*between 1910 and 1920 She died at Lee Co., Alabama, between 1910 and 1920. 

Family 1

William Pickren (say 1848 - )
Marriage*say 1875 She married William Pickren say 1875.1 
Children

Family 2

Early Greathouse Culpepper (16 Dec 1850 - between 1920 and 1930)
Marriage*18 Sep 1887 She married Early Greathouse Culpepper at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 18 Sep 1887 at age 35.3 
Children
Last Edited25 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    Phenix City, Lee Co., Alabama; Lines 22-26, Page 2A; ED 45 (1 Jun 1900)
    Edward G Culpepper, Head, Wh, M, Dec 1848, 51, md-13yrs, GA/GA/GA, Carder/Cottonmill
    Savannah Culpepper, Wife, Wh, F, Nov 1851, 48, md-13yrs, ch 3/3, GA/GA/GA
    Mattie Culpepper, Dau, Wh, F, Jun 1888, 11, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Emma Culpepper, Dau, Wh, F, Mar 1890, 10, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Katie Pickren, Step-Dau, Wh, F, Oct 1877, 22, sng, AL/GA/GA, Weaver/Cottonmill.
  2. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    Brownville, Lee Co., AL, page 220C
    William Pickeren, 31
    Savannah Pickeren, 27
    Kater Pickeren, 3
    Mary P. Pickeren, 1m.
  3. Bk J, p. 212.
  4. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    Phenix City, Lee Co., Alabama; Lines 1-6, Page 2A; ED 175 (15 Apr 1910)
    Earlie Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 60, md1-23yrs, GA/GA/GA, Spinner/Cotton Mill
    Savanah Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 60, ch 3/2, GA/GA/TN, No occ
    Mattie [Culpepper] Wilson, Dau, F, Wh, 22, md-4yrs, GA/GA/GA, No occ
    Robert Tinsley, Boarder, M, Wh, 28, md, SC/SC/SC, Cotton Mill
    Mabell Tinsley, Boarder, F, Wh, 22, md, SC/SC/SC, Cotton Mill
    D W Rudolph, Boarder, M, Wh, 50, wid, GA/GA/GA, Cotton Mill.

Jackson Davis Wilson

Male, #5229, (13 Dec 1885 - 19 Aug 1963)
Father*Jackson Wall Wilson (24 Nov 1860 - 22 May 1951)
Mother*Jennette B. Davis (4 Nov 1864 - 25 Apr 1919)
Birth*13 Dec 1885 Jackson was born at Waverly, Chambers Co., Alabama, on 13 Dec 1885. 
Marriage*27 May 1906 He married Mattie Mable Culpepper at Muscogee Co., Georgia, on 27 May 1906 at age 20.1 
Death of Mother25 Apr 1919 His mother Jennette B. Davis died on 25 Apr 1919 at Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Death of Father22 May 1951 His father Jackson Wall Wilson died on 22 May 1951 at Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama
Death*19 Aug 1963 He died at Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama, on 19 Aug 1963 at age 77.2 
Burial*say 22 Aug 1963 His body was interred say 22 Aug 1963 at Camp Hill Cemetery, Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co., Alabama.2 

Family

Mattie Mable Culpepper (Jun 1888 - )
Last Edited23 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. Muscogee County Court of the Ordinary (Books F-U transcribed by Lew Griffin), compiler, Muscogee Co., GA Marriages, 1868-1920 (Transcribed by Lew Griffin), Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1965, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Film# 401845, 401858-859.
    M. M. Culpepper (F) and J. D. Wilson on 27 May 1906 in Muscogee Co., GA, Bk P-75.
  2. E-mail written 2001, Jan 2004 to Lew Griffin from Jeanette Cuthriell, e-mail address.

Levin Collins1

Male, #5230, (1784 - 15 Apr 1855)
Birth*1784 Levin was born at Sussex Co., Delaware, in 1784.2 
Marriage*circa 1810 He married Ann (?) circa 1810. 
Census1820 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Burke Co., Georgia, in 1820. 
Census*1840 He was listed as a resident in the census report at Troup Co., Georgia, in 1840. 
Death*15 Apr 1855 He died at Upshur Co., Texas, on 15 Apr 1855.2,1 
Biography* From Ann Flowers, Sep 1998:
     I have been researching Levin and Ann COLLINS for my husband's family. My husband is descended from Levin through his son Henry Wilborn, born in 1833 in Troup Co., GA.
     Levin was born 1784 in Delaware, emigrated with parents to GA abt 1797, and died in Upshur County, TX on April 15, 1855. His obituary notice appeared in the Christian Index in 1855, and his estate went through probate court in Upshur County, TX with his son John G. Collins as administrator. Ann (listed Anna in the court documents) died in 1860 in Upshur County, Tx. Her estate was probated in Upshur County with Stephen Hallmark, husband of her daughter Ann Kitty, as administrator. Levin had bought considerable property in Upshur and Harrison Counties, TX in 1855. Obviously, he didn't live but four months after the purchase. It took a while to untangle his estate and set the dower for Anna.
     I noticed that the Culpepper genealogy does not list a maiden name for Anna. I have run into a brick wall on that fact, also. In addition, I haven't been able to trace Levin's ancestors, though I am fairly sure he is from Sussex County, DE as were many who settled in Harris and Troup County, GA. The area from which he came was in the conflicted border with Maryland, so I noticed the 1850 census listed MD as his birthplace. Levin and Anna's children were:
     1. Isaac P. COLLINS, b. 1810, married Martha___. Isaac P. was in Talledega Co. AL by 1846 and in Harrison Co., TX by 1852; in Bosque Co., TX by 1880.
     2. Elizabeth COLLINS, b. 1814, married William S.Satterwhite on 2 Nov 1834. They lived and are buried in Russell Co., AL
     3. Nancy COLLINS, b. 1816, married James Monroe Culpepper on 22 Dec 1842. She died 21 May 1860(?) in Harris Co., GA.
     4. Mary COLLINS, b. abt 1817, married James A. D. Latham on 25 May 1837. She was deceased by 1854.
     5. Ann Ritty COLLINS, b. 1818. married Stephen Wilburn Hallmark on 29 Mar 1835. They were in Upshur Co.,TX by 1855.
     6. John G.COLLINS, b. 1820, married Rebecca satterwhite on 5 Aug 1843 in Harris Co., GA. They were in Harrison Co., TX by 1852.
     7. Seaborn Key COLLINS, b. 1830, married Elizabeth R. Satterwhite on 8 Sept 1852. They were in Upshur Co., TX by 1855.
     8. Henry Wilburn COLLINS, b. 1833, married Loraine Edna Sturdivant on 13 Dec 1853. They were in Upshur Co., TX by 1855.2 

Family

Ann (?) (circa 1788 - 29 Apr 1860)
Child
Last Edited17 Apr 2007

Citations

  1. James Monroe Culpepper Family, James Monroe Culpepper Family Bible, Jr. (#6979) George William Culpepper, owner, Harris Co., GA.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/harris-bible-jamesmonroe.htm
    Deaths: Levin Collins, 15 Apr 1855.
  2. E-mail written Sep 1998 to Lew Griffin from Ann Flowers, Mesquite, TX, e-mail address.
  3. Mary J. Thompson--editor (based on records of Sandra Jeffries and Barbara Lockard), "The Culpepper Family", Harris County, Georgia and Her People, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1986.
    Page 4.

Ann (?)1

Female, #5231, (circa 1788 - 29 Apr 1860)
Birth*circa 1788 Ann was born circa 1788. 
Marriage*circa 1810 She married Levin Collins circa 1810. 
Married Namecirca 1810  As of circa 1810, her married name was Collins. 
Census*1850 She was listed as a resident in the census report at Troup Co., Georgia, in 1850. 
Death of Spouse15 Apr 1855 Her husband Levin Collins died on 15 Apr 1855 at Upshur Co., Texas.2,3 
Death*29 Apr 1860 She died at Upshur Co., Texas, on 29 Apr 1860.2,1 

Family

Levin Collins (1784 - 15 Apr 1855)
Child
Last Edited25 Aug 2004

Citations

  1. James Monroe Culpepper Family, James Monroe Culpepper Family Bible, Jr. (#6979) George William Culpepper, owner, Harris Co., GA.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/harris-bible-jamesmonroe.htm
    Deaths: Ann Collins, 29 Apr 1860.
  2. E-mail written Sep 1998 to Lew Griffin from Ann Flowers, Mesquite, TX, e-mail address.
  3. James Monroe Culpepper Family, James Monroe Culpepper Family Bible, Jr. (#6979) George William Culpepper, owner, Harris Co., GA.
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/ga/misc/harris-bible-jamesmonroe.htm
    Deaths: Levin Collins, 15 Apr 1855.
  4. Mary J. Thompson--editor (based on records of Sandra Jeffries and Barbara Lockard), "The Culpepper Family", Harris County, Georgia and Her People, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1986.
    Page 4.

Ethel Lucy Endsley

Female, #5232, (23 May 1894 - 18 Dec 1974)
Birth*23 May 1894 Ethel was born at Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas, on 23 May 1894. 
Marriage*4 Jan 1910 She married William Edward Culpepper at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 4 Jan 1910 at age 15. 
Married Name4 Jan 1910  As of 4 Jan 1910, her married name was Culpepper. 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Ethel was listed as William Edward Culpepper's wife on the 1930 Census at Sulphur, Miller Co., Arkansas.1 
Death of Spouse31 Mar 1944 Her husband William Edward Culpepper died on 31 Mar 1944 at Miller Co., Arkansas.2 
Death*18 Dec 1974 She died at Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas, on 18 Dec 1974 at age 80. 
Burial*circa 21 Dec 1974 Her body was interred circa 21 Dec 1974 at Macedonia Cemetery, Bright Star, Miller Co., Arkansas

Family

William Edward Culpepper (11 Jul 1879 - 31 Mar 1944)
Marriage*4 Jan 1910 She married William Edward Culpepper at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 4 Jan 1910 at age 15. 
Children
Last Edited15 Mar 2004

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 46-21, Sheet #7-A, Page 24, Line 30, Sulphur, Miller, AR
    Home owned, Value not shown, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
    Will E. Culpepper, Head, M, 51, M, md@30, GA/GA/GA, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Vet=No
    Ethel Culpepper, Wife, F, 36, M, md@16, TX/AR/TX, Not employed
    Bernice Culpepper, Dau, F, 20, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Juanita Culpepper, Dau, F,  18, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Grace Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, AR/GA/TX Laborer, Farm
    Mary Lou Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, S, AR/GA/TX
    Nannie Culpepper, Sister, F, 47, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.

Bernice Marie Culpepper

Female, #5233, (1 Nov 1910 - 24 Oct 2003)
Father*William Edward Culpepper (11 Jul 1879 - 31 Mar 1944)
Mother*Ethel Lucy Endsley (23 May 1894 - 18 Dec 1974)
Birth*1 Nov 1910 Bernice was born at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 1 Nov 1910. 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Bernice, Winnie and Willie was listed as a daughter in William Edward Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Sulphur, Miller Co., Arkansas.1 
Marriage*18 Jan 1936 She married Carnas Buron Jones at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 18 Jan 1936 at age 25. 
Married Name18 Jan 1936  As of 18 Jan 1936, her married name was Jones. 
Death of Father31 Mar 1944 Her father William Edward Culpepper died on 31 Mar 1944 at Miller Co., Arkansas.2 
Death of Mother18 Dec 1974 Her mother Ethel Lucy Endsley died on 18 Dec 1974 at Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas
Death of Spouse26 Dec 1974 Her husband Carnas Buron Jones died on 26 Dec 1974 at Miller Co., Arkansas
Residence*1996 Bernice resided at Hooks, Bowie Co., Texas, in 1996. 
Death*24 Oct 2003 She died at Texarkana, Miller Co., Arkansas, on 24 Oct 2003 at age 92.3 

Family

Carnas Buron Jones (25 Oct 1906 - 26 Dec 1974)
Marriage*18 Jan 1936 She married Carnas Buron Jones at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 18 Jan 1936 at age 25. 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Jan 2004

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 46-21, Sheet #7-A, Page 24, Line 30, Sulphur, Miller, AR
    Home owned, Value not shown, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
    Will E. Culpepper, Head, M, 51, M, md@30, GA/GA/GA, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Vet=No
    Ethel Culpepper, Wife, F, 36, M, md@16, TX/AR/TX, Not employed
    Bernice Culpepper, Dau, F, 20, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Juanita Culpepper, Dau, F,  18, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Grace Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, AR/GA/TX Laborer, Farm
    Mary Lou Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, S, AR/GA/TX
    Nannie Culpepper, Sister, F, 47, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.
  3. E-mail written Sep 2003 from David W. Jones, e-mail address.

Winnie Juanita Culpepper

Female, #5234, (9 Apr 1912 - 1 Sep 1985)
Father*William Edward Culpepper (11 Jul 1879 - 31 Mar 1944)
Mother*Ethel Lucy Endsley (23 May 1894 - 18 Dec 1974)
Birth*9 Apr 1912 Winnie was born at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 9 Apr 1912.1 
Biography*19 Mar 1929 My Life
By Juanita Culpepper

(Written as a school assignment shortly before Juanita's 17th birthday, this paper was transcribed from a copy of the original on 1 Oct 2003 by David W. Jones, Winnie Juanita Culpepper's grandson.)

Bloomburg, Texas
March 19, 1929

My dear Miss Price:

In complying with your request to acquaint you with the story of my life, I must first begin by telling you about my ancestors. My grandmother Culpepper and her family came from Georgia, and were of Dutch descent. My grandfather Culpepper lived in Georgia all his life. He fought in the civil war, and was wounded at Gettysburg. He was sent home but finally died from the wound of that awful bullet. My grandmother came to Texas after grandfather's death. My mother's people came from Georgia too; they are of Scotch-Irish descent. My grandfather was the kindest man I have ever known. Great grandfather and two of his brothers fought in the civil war too, but one of them was killed about the middle of the war so both the others came back home, sader (sic) than if all had been with them(?). My Father came to this country in the year nineteen hundred and eight. He bought the little farm on which we still live, the year he moved here. My father was twenty nine years old at this time and had never been married. He met mother soon after he moved, and I believe it must have been love at first sight, if there is any such love, for they had only known one another forty days when they married. My father said he would never have married if grandmother had lived. He loved her so until he would have given up all his young pleasures just to see that she was comfortable. After he and mother married his two youngest sisters and his baby brother stayed with him until they were grown. His blind sister is still living with us, and she seems like one of the family. She loves us children better than any of her other nieces and nephews.

Mother and father had been married a year when Bernice, my oldest sister, was born. Then I was born seventeen months later; the nineth (sic) of April, nineteen hundred and twelve. I was a very large baby, weighing ten pounds. Mother said she thought I was the prettiest little baby she had ever seen. Mother said my young or baby life was not a happy one. When I was two or three months old I begin to have spasams (sic). If they let my feet get cold I would have one, or if any one scared me I would have one. The doctor did all he could, but he could do no good. He said, he thought I would out grow them. One night I had a little bit of fever, as(?) father had been working hard all-day mother sat in her chair all evening with me, and when father came to the house he took me so mother could cook supper. I had a spasam (sic) when he moved me from mothers lap and one or two more in just a few minutes. Father saw that it would never do to let me have another one so he sat in his chair from six o'clock until eleven without moving. He said he was so tired and sore until he could hardly walk when the doctor got there. I did not have any more that might, but the last one ____(?) ____(?) was sitting under the table playing with the cat,(sic) She scratched me and I started to cry. Mother(sic) saw me. She said I was as pale as death. She ran to me. Then she rung (sic) the big dinner bell for father to come to the house. Father knew something was wrong for the bell was only wrung (sic) at noon, unless something happened at the house. He came running to the house but by the time he got there mother had brought me back to life. I never had growed (sic) much all this time, for they did not know what to give me. After I had that spasam (sic) I went to growing. Mother said I got so fat she was uneasy about me.

The first thing I can remember is when a neighbor gave me a little black kitten. I was five year (sic) old. Bernice and I would play with the kitten all the time. Mother and father would try to keep us from playing with it, but we would carry it to the farm. One night we had all gone to bed when the cat got up on our bed and lay down in my face. It put its mouth over mine, and had almost smothered me to death, when the noise of my struggling awoke father. He grabbed the cat and threw it from the bed. I had almost quit breathing by this time. They threw me up into the air, and bathed my face in cold water. They worked with me for a quarter of an hour. I was sick for a day or two. Uncle Lester Endsley was working with father. I went to the field and he put me on his plow and asked me what liked to have killed me. I would start at the first and tell the whole story. I have heard him say since I grew up that he liked to hear me tell the story because I was young and could try to paint out things just as they really were.

The first time father ever whipped me was for playing in the mud with my new dress on. I was a lover of mud and water. They had a hard time keeping me out of it. Mother was going to grandmothers she had washed me clean, and dressed me up in new clothes. I got out in the yard where there was a hole. I was making mud pies when father came around the house. He whipped me and I have never cared anything about mud pies since then.

I do not remember when Grace was a tiny baby for I was small myself. When she was still a baby mother had to be operated on. I can remember that, for I did not know what they was (sic) going to do with my mother. When Grace was three years old mother had typhoid fever. Father almost lost a crop. He could not get anyone to come stay with her for they were all afraid of taking the fever.

When Grace was six years old Bernice and myself thought she ought to do just what we did. Mother would send us to the pasture after the cows. We would go, but would groumble (sic) all the way there and back, because we thought mother loved her better than she did us.

My first two years of school life was not happy because I was afraid of my teacher and he tried to frighten me worse instead of try to get me to like him. I donot (sic) believe I could have liked him any way. He was mean to the small children, and good to the larger ones. The rest of the time I have been happy in school. When Miss Grace Dodd taught here at Sand Hill I resolved to be a history teacher. That resolution has grown all the way(?) through my history studies.

The first sorrow I can remember in life was when Aunt Verna Hill died. She had been married only six weeks when the flu raged. Grandmother's family was the first around here to take it. Aunt Verna came to help them all she could, but had only been there four days when she took the flu herself. At first it did not hurt her, but she had already had pneumonia once, so it soon developed into pneumonia. She was not sick long for her lungs were already weak. She died November 5, 1918, and was buried in the Macedonia Cemetery. I did not get to go to the funeral for mother had to go and help grandmother. Father left Bernice, Grace, Aunt Nam(?) and myself at home. There was a large apple tree standing at the back of the house which had only two apples on it at this time. Bernice said if I would climb up the tree and get the apples she would not tell father, of course, he had warned us to stay out of the apple tree. I went up the tree and was coming down when I saw father coming, over the hill. He saw me about that time too. He came on home and asked about the apples. We told him we had knocked them with a rack (sic), but he had seen us. He gave us a few licks apiece.

Things went on as usual for some time. I was in school, and as I have stated before, I did not like my teacher. One windy day the school house caught on fire. It was falling in when the men got there, so it could not be saved. I was out of school the rest of that year. They built a new house in the summer. School started that winter and our teacher resigned. I had missed almost two terms of school. We were only having only four or five month school any way. This threw me behind in my school work. If we could have had nine month schools I could have been farther along. I will not give up at that for I intend to get an education if possible. Although I never have, or never will have as good a chance as some girls have, but that does not bother me much for I always say "I Can", and that will comfort me when in doubt of succeeding with a hard task. I believe my education is the hardest thing ahead of me.

My sisters and I use to have the lovliest (sic) times playing in the playhouse which we built by a good spring of water. We would fence our rooms off with pine-straw and make beds, pillows, chairs, and many other things out of the straw. Mother was always too good to us. She would let us eat up her supper when she was not able to cook any more. We would carry onions and other things to our play-house and eat them down there.

I have been in several wrecks in my life. When I was small we would follow father to bring in hay. Bernice has always been unlucky, so she fell off the load of hay. She also fell off a bail (sic) of hay coming from town one day. She went down between the wheel and the wagon. We ran back and picked her up. She was not hurt much. I fell off a wagon one night. We were going up a hill and Aunt Nammie(?) started to fall. I grabbed for her and we both fell off. I would not get back upon the wagon. I walked the rest of the way. I was in a car wreck one night but no one was hurt. We were all scared.

My next greatest sorrow was when Bernice like to have died. She was going to school at Bloomburg, Texas, a small town south west of Sand Hill. She had been having chills for nearly a year. We tried every kind of medicine but could not get them broke up. On the tenth day of March nineteen hundred and twenty three she was taken with something like a chill. We gave her medicine but she got worse all the time. That evening about three o'clock it begin to rain. Bernice was still no better so mother called the doctor. He came out there as quick as he could. He stayed about two or three hours. When he started home he told father that Bernice had black jaundice and congestion. He had no more than got home when we called him back. It was still raining and the roads were muddy and slick. He stayed nearly all night trying to settle her stomach. She would vomit up every drop of water or any thing we gave her. She was unconscious from Saturday night until Tuesday. The doctor gave her up Sunday.

He said there was no chance for her. On Tuesday my baby sister Mary Lou was born. This was the thirteenth of March. We were all disappointed for we wanted her to be a boy. I was over at Mrs. Lamar's when she told me I had a little sister. I was so mad I did not know what to do. I told them they would never see me with her in my arms. When I went home I would not look at her until mother made me. The baby was two days old before Bernice hardly relized (sic) she was there. Bernice was sick nearly three weeks. She had sixteen needles put into her body. One was a poison needle. It made a large scare (sic) which is still there, but the doctor said that was all that saved her.

After Mary Lou got about two or three months old we would not have taken any thing for her. I believe I was prouder of her than I would have been had she been a boy. When she got big enough to look around and could tell one of us from the other I was prouder of her than anyone, for I was next to mother. She would cry and come to me from any of the others. When she begin to talk she could not call my name so she called me "Nunie(?) Bill". Nearly every body called me that when speaking to her. When she was little I would cry every time she had fever, for mother said she would go away and leave me someday for the way I treated her when she was a baby. They told me she would hate me when she grew up but thank goodness she still loves me as I do her. She will cry every time I go off and leave her.

I believe my greatest sorrow came when my Grandfather Endsley died. He died May 5, 192(?). He was buried in the Macedonia Cemetery. He was the only grandfather I ever saw. My Grandfather Culpepper died before I was born. My grandfather was the greatest pal I had, and the kindest, best man I have ever known as I have stated before. We do not know what killed him for the doctors would not tell. He was sick for many days, and as his cheeks became pale I greaved (sic) over him.

Bernice and I went to see him one day and they had some corn that needed to be thined (sic). We thined (sic) corn all day and when we came to the house for dinner, I was sitting by his bed and we had fun talking. You may say I was young to be talking to a sick man. I guess I was young, but that was the kind of people he liked to talk to. Well as I was saying he looked up at me and said, "Baby how is grandfather's corn?" I told him it was pretty, and he said, "I have not got to see the corn since it was planted." We talked on for awhile about the corn and after awhile he looked at me with tears in his eyes and said, "I don't guess I will ever get to see or work the corn for I will not be here." At first I could not plan out what he meant. All evening I studied about what he had said to me at noon. After he died I know what he had meant(?) by his talk. That was the first one of my relatives I had ever seen who was dead.

Well things went on as usual. I had learned to plow and every year I would help father with the crop. I do not think it a dishonor to work in the field as some children do. I know my parents will not be with me always to work and show me how to do the work right. So with the help of God I will do the very best, what ever my task may be, when they are dead.

Two year (sic) ago this spring mother had to be operated on again which was the second time. It almost broke by heart to see her go to Texarkana for I did not believe she would get well. She stood the operation just fine and when she was waking up she sung "When We All Get To Heaven," and "Beautiful City." The nurse told mother she had to cry for mother was taking things so hard. We were all proud when the news came home that mother was doing fine. We were the proudest children you ever saw when mother was brought home. Mary Lou had the whooping cough while she was gone. We stayed with Uncle Lester Endsley.

Things went on fine until last fall. Father was taken with an awful breaking-out. We tried all the doctors around here. They could do no good. He was sick about three months where he could hardly stay out of bed. We gave up all hopes of him getting well. On the seventeenth of January a man came to the house. He began to ask questions about how father was worked. He told him that it was eczema, but that he could cure him with out a doce (sic) of medicine. Father did not know what to do about buying the jar. We finally bought and father begin (sic) to drink the water. He got better and in two months he was almost well. We were all so proud until we hardly know what to do.

Well this is about all there is to my life that is interesting, and this is not much. I will not tell you how much I love you, for I think you will guess near enough from such a long letter.

Your pupil;
Juanita Culpepper. 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Bernice, Winnie and Willie was listed as a daughter in William Edward Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Sulphur, Miller Co., Arkansas.2 
Marriage*2 Dec 1932 She married Cleo Jesse Jones at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 2 Dec 1932 at age 20. Cleo Jesse Jones and Winnie Juanita Culpepper had two sons: John William Jones and Cleo Jesse Jones, Jr., and a daughter, Bettie Sue Jones.3 
Married Name2 Dec 1932  As of 2 Dec 1932, her married name was Jones. 
Death of Father31 Mar 1944 Her father William Edward Culpepper died on 31 Mar 1944 at Miller Co., Arkansas.4 
Death of Mother18 Dec 1974 Her mother Ethel Lucy Endsley died on 18 Dec 1974 at Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas
Death of Spouse1982 Her husband Cleo Jesse Jones died in 1982. 
Death*1 Sep 1985 She died at San Pedro, Los Angeles Co., California, on 1 Sep 1985 at age 73.1 
Burial*circa 3 Sep 1985 Her body was interred circa 3 Sep 1985 at Green Hills Memorial Park, San Pedro, Los Angeles Co., California.5 

Family

Cleo Jesse Jones (say 1908 - 1982)
Marriage*2 Dec 1932 She married Cleo Jesse Jones at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 2 Dec 1932 at age 20. Cleo Jesse Jones and Winnie Juanita Culpepper had two sons: John William Jones and Cleo Jesse Jones, Jr., and a daughter, Bettie Sue Jones.3 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited19 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. E-mail from David W. Jones e-mail address to Warren Culpepper, 27 Oct 2003.
  2. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 46-21, Sheet #7-A, Page 24, Line 30, Sulphur, Miller, AR
    Home owned, Value not shown, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
    Will E. Culpepper, Head, M, 51, M, md@30, GA/GA/GA, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Vet=No
    Ethel Culpepper, Wife, F, 36, M, md@16, TX/AR/TX, Not employed
    Bernice Culpepper, Dau, F, 20, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Juanita Culpepper, Dau, F,  18, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Grace Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, AR/GA/TX Laborer, Farm
    Mary Lou Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, S, AR/GA/TX
    Nannie Culpepper, Sister, F, 47, S, GA/GA/GA.
  3. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Juanita Culpeper and Cleo Jones are the parents of Bettie Sue Jones, Female, born __ 1933 in Cass Co., Texas.
  4. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.
  5. E-mail on 9 Sep 2003 to Warren Culpepper from David W. Jones, e-mail address.

Willie Grace Culpepper

Female, #5235, (5 Jan 1915 - 30 Jan 1983)
Father*William Edward Culpepper (11 Jul 1879 - 31 Mar 1944)
Mother*Ethel Lucy Endsley (23 May 1894 - 18 Dec 1974)
Birth*5 Jan 1915 Willie was born at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 5 Jan 1915. 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Bernice, Winnie and Willie was listed as a daughter in William Edward Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Sulphur, Miller Co., Arkansas.1 
Marriage*26 Nov 1931 She married Barney Austin Brown at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 26 Nov 1931 at age 16. 
Married Name26 Nov 1931  As of 26 Nov 1931, her married name was Brown. 
Death of Father31 Mar 1944 Her father William Edward Culpepper died on 31 Mar 1944 at Miller Co., Arkansas.2 
Death of Mother18 Dec 1974 Her mother Ethel Lucy Endsley died on 18 Dec 1974 at Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas
Death*30 Jan 1983 She died at Texarkana, Bowie Co., Texas, on 30 Jan 1983 at age 68. 

Family

Barney Austin Brown (23 Sep 1909 - 30 Apr 1984)
Marriage*26 Nov 1931 She married Barney Austin Brown at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 26 Nov 1931 at age 16. 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited14 Apr 1999

Citations

  1. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 46-21, Sheet #7-A, Page 24, Line 30, Sulphur, Miller, AR
    Home owned, Value not shown, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
    Will E. Culpepper, Head, M, 51, M, md@30, GA/GA/GA, Farmer, Gen. Farming, Vet=No
    Ethel Culpepper, Wife, F, 36, M, md@16, TX/AR/TX, Not employed
    Bernice Culpepper, Dau, F, 20, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Juanita Culpepper, Dau, F,  18, S, AR/GA/TX, Laborer, Farm
    Grace Culpepper, Dau, F, 15, S, AR/GA/TX Laborer, Farm
    Mary Lou Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, S, AR/GA/TX
    Nannie Culpepper, Sister, F, 47, S, GA/GA/GA.
  2. Arkansas Death Index Books, 1914 -- 1948.

Carnas Buron Jones

Male, #5236, (25 Oct 1906 - 26 Dec 1974)
Birth*25 Oct 1906 Carnas was born on 25 Oct 1906. 
Marriage*18 Jan 1936 He married Bernice Marie Culpepper at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 18 Jan 1936 at age 29. 
Death*26 Dec 1974 He died at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 26 Dec 1974 at age 68. 
Burial*circa 28 Dec 1974 His body was interred circa 28 Dec 1974 at Macedonia Cemetery, Bright Star, Miller Co., Arkansas

Family

Bernice Marie Culpepper (1 Nov 1910 - 24 Oct 2003)
Last Edited9 Sep 2003

Cleo Jesse Jones

Male, #5237, (say 1908 - 1982)
Birth*say 1908 Cleo was born say 1908. 
Marriage*2 Dec 1932 He married Winnie Juanita Culpepper at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 2 Dec 1932. Cleo Jesse Jones and Winnie Juanita Culpepper had two sons: John William Jones and Cleo Jesse Jones, Jr., and a daughter, Bettie Sue Jones.1 
Death*1982 He died in 1982. 
Burial*1982 His body was interred in 1982 at Green Hills Memorial Park, San Pedro, Los Angeles Co., California.2 

Family

Winnie Juanita Culpepper (9 Apr 1912 - 1 Sep 1985)
Last Edited19 Dec 2006

Citations

  1. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Birth Index, 1903 - 1997, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8781&ti=0
    Juanita Culpeper and Cleo Jones are the parents of Bettie Sue Jones, Female, born __ 1933 in Cass Co., Texas.
  2. E-mail written Sep 2003 from David W. Jones, e-mail address.

Barney Austin Brown

Male, #5238, (23 Sep 1909 - 30 Apr 1984)
Birth*23 Sep 1909 Barney was born on 23 Sep 1909. 
Marriage*26 Nov 1931 He married Willie Grace Culpepper at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 26 Nov 1931 at age 22. 
Death of Spouse30 Jan 1983 His wife Willie Grace Culpepper died on 30 Jan 1983 at Texarkana, Bowie Co., Texas
Death*30 Apr 1984 He died at Miller Co., Arkansas, on 30 Apr 1984 at age 74. 
Burial*circa 2 May 1984 His body was interred circa 2 May 1984 at Macedonia Cemetery, Bright Star, Miller Co., Arkansas

Family

Willie Grace Culpepper (5 Jan 1915 - 30 Jan 1983)
Last Edited9 Sep 2003

Curtis Stiles

Male, #5239, (1917 - 2 Jul 1983)
Birth*1917 Curtis was born at Louisiana in 1917. 
Death*2 Jul 1983 He died on 2 Jul 1983. 

Family

Mary Lou Culpepper
Last Edited14 Apr 1999

Mildred Ann Wooten1

Female, #5241, (19 Mar 1873 - 11 Jun 1919)
Birth*19 Mar 1873 Mildred was born at Monroeville, Monroe Co., Alabama, on 19 Mar 1873.1 
Marriage*15 Jul 1894 She married John E. Culpepper at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 15 Jul 1894 at age 21.2 
Married Name15 Jul 1894  As of 15 Jul 1894, her married name was Culpepper. 
Birth of Son11 Sep 1900 Her son Henry Emanuel Culpepper was born on 11 Sep 1900 at Jackson Co., Alabama.3 
Birth of Son7 Apr 1902 Her son John Frank Culpepper was born on 7 Apr 1902 at Jackson Co., Alabama.4 
Birth of Son7 Sep 1906 Her son James Willie Culpepper was born on 7 Sep 1906 at Jackson Co., Alabama.4 
Birth of Son23 Jan 1909 Her son Dilmus Clarence Culpepper was born on 23 Jan 1909 at Jackson Co., Alabama.5 
Death*11 Jun 1919 She died at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 11 Jun 1919 at age 46.1 
Burial*circa 13 Jun 1919 Her body was interred circa 13 Jun 1919 at Haigwood Cemetery, Jackson Co., Alabama.1 

Family

John E. Culpepper (14 Oct 1873 - 22 Apr 1948)
Marriage*15 Jul 1894 She married John E. Culpepper at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 15 Jul 1894 at age 21.2 
Children
Last Edited7 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 210.
  2. Jordan R. Dodd, compiler, Alabama Marriages, 1809-1920, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1999.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4192
  3. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 212.
  4. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 214.
  5. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  6. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 217.

Malinda V. Culpepper1

Female, #5242, (22 Aug 1896 - 3 Feb 1922)
Father*John E. Culpepper1 (14 Oct 1873 - 22 Apr 1948)
Mother*Mildred Ann Wooten1 (19 Mar 1873 - 11 Jun 1919)
Birth*22 Aug 1896 Malinda was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 22 Aug 1896.1 
Married Namesay 1914  As of say 1914, her married name was Gillespie.1 
Marriage*say 1914 She married (?) Gillespie say 1914.1 
Death of Mother11 Jun 1919 Her mother Mildred Ann Wooten died on 11 Jun 1919 at Jackson Co., Alabama.1 
Death*3 Feb 1922 She died on 3 Feb 1922 at age 25.1 
Burial*circa 5 Feb 1922 Her body was interred circa 5 Feb 1922 at Haigwood Cemetery, Jackson Co., Alabama.1 

Family

(?) Gillespie (say 1893 - )
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited3 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 210.

Annie M. Culpepper1

Female, #5243, (25 Apr 1898 - 18 Oct 1931)
Father*John E. Culpepper1 (14 Oct 1873 - 22 Apr 1948)
Mother*Mildred Ann Wooten1 (19 Mar 1873 - 11 Jun 1919)
Birth*25 Apr 1898 Annie was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 25 Apr 1898.2 
Death of Mother11 Jun 1919 Her mother Mildred Ann Wooten died on 11 Jun 1919 at Jackson Co., Alabama.1 
Marriage*3 Oct 1920 She married Thomas Jefferson Cook at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 3 Oct 1920 at age 22. Thomas and Annie Cook had two children: Willard Cook and Verlon Cook.2 
Married Namesay 1922  As of say 1922, her married name was Cook.2 
Death*18 Oct 1931 She died at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 18 Oct 1931 at age 33.2 
Burial*circa 20 Oct 1931 Her body was interred circa 20 Oct 1931 at Haigwood Cemetery, Jackson Co., Alabama.2 

Family

Thomas Jefferson Cook (12 May 1900 - 25 Mar 1946)
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited3 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 210.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 153.

Cordelia Elizabeth McBee1

Female, #5244, (2 Aug 1868 - 11 Mar 1966)
Name Variation She was also known as Deller.1 
Birth*2 Aug 1868 Cordelia was born on 2 Aug 1868.1 
Married Namesay 1886  As of say 1886, her married name was Collins. 
Marriage*say 1886 She married William D. Collins say 1886. 
Marriage*5 Apr 1894 She married Thomas Jefferson Culpepper at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 5 Apr 1894 at age 25.1 
Married Name5 Apr 1894  As of 5 Apr 1894, her married name was Culpepper.1 
Birth of Son11 Aug 1895 Her son Notley Monroe Culpepper was born on 11 Aug 1895 at Jackson Co., Alabama.2 
Birth of Son8 Sep 1902 Her son Archie Marvin Culpepper was born on 8 Sep 1902 at Jackson Co., Alabama.3,4,5 
Birth of Son30 Oct 1904 Her son Harvey Robert Culpepper was born on 30 Oct 1904 at Jackson Co., Alabama.6 
Birth of Son21 Apr 1909 Her son William Otis Culpepper was born on 21 Apr 1909 at Jackson Co., Alabama.7,8,3 
Death of Spouse1935 Her husband Thomas Jefferson Culpepper died in 1935 at Jackson Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Son3 Jun 1943 Her son Notley Monroe Culpepper died on 3 Jun 1943 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.9,2,10 
Death of Son24 Feb 1966 Her son Harvey Robert Culpepper died on 24 Feb 1966 at Jackson Co., Alabama.6 
Death*11 Mar 1966 She died on 11 Mar 1966 at age 97.1 
Burial*circa 13 Mar 1966 Her body was interred circa 13 Mar 1966 at Old Sardis Church Cemetery, Jackson Co., Alabama.1 

Family 1

William D. Collins (say 1867 - )
Marriage*say 1886 She married William D. Collins say 1886. 

Family 2

Thomas Jefferson Culpepper (20 May 1865 - 1935)
Marriage*5 Apr 1894 She married Thomas Jefferson Culpepper at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 5 Apr 1894 at age 25.1 
Children
Last Edited2 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 201.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 202.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  4. Madge Tate and Sandra Junkins Shirley Kinney, compiler, Floyd County, GA Cemeteries, Volumes 1-2, Rome, GA: The Society, 1985, 1989, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 975.835 V3f v.
    Oak Knoll Cemetery, Rome, Floyd Co., GA
    + Archie M. Culpepper, 8 Sep 1902 – 1 May 1982.


  5. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 203.
  6. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 205.
  7. Madge Tate and Sandra Junkins Shirley Kinney, compiler, Floyd County, GA Cemeteries, Volumes 1-2, Rome, GA: The Society, 1985, 1989, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Book 975.835 V3f v.
    Oak Knoll Cemetery, Rome, Floyd Co., GA
    + William Otis Culpepper, 1909 – 1976, S1 US Navy WW-II.
  8. Georgia Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 1998.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/5426a.htm
    William O. Culpepper, d. 15 Feb 1976 at 66 years in Floyd Co., GA; Res. in Floyd Co., GA.
  9. E-mail written 2004 to Lew Griffin from Valaree Clifton Olivas, Lovelock, NV, e-mail address.
  10. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    Natty M. Culpepper died 3 Jun 1943 in Calhoun Co., Alabama.

Notley Monroe Culpepper1

Male, #5245, (11 Aug 1895 - 3 Jun 1943)
Father*Thomas Jefferson Culpepper1 (20 May 1865 - 1935)
Mother*Cordelia Elizabeth McBee1 (2 Aug 1868 - 11 Mar 1966)
Birth*11 Aug 1895 Notley was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 11 Aug 1895.2 
World War I*between 1917 and 1918 He served in World War I between 1917 and 1918.3 
1920 Census*1920 Notley was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Jackson Co., Alabama. ED 33, sheet 15, line 15. 
Marriage*circa 1920 He married Mary Frances Arnold at Alabama circa 1920. 
1930 Census*1 Apr 1930 Notley was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Anniston, Calhoun Co., Alabama.3 
Death of Father1935 His father Thomas Jefferson Culpepper died in 1935 at Jackson Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Spouse23 Nov 1940 His wife Mary Frances Arnold died on 23 Nov 1940 at Calhoun Co., Alabama.4 
Death*3 Jun 1943 He died at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 3 Jun 1943 at age 47.5,2,6 
Burial*circa 5 Jun 1943 His body was interred circa 5 Jun 1943 at Antioch Baptist Cemetery, Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.2 
EMail* Subject: Help me find my ancester N. Monroe Culpepper b. ca 1896!!
Author: Melanie, e-mail address
Date: 06 Aug 2001 1:59 AM GMT

I am looking for any information that anyone can give me on a great uncle of mine. Notley Monroe Culpepper was listed on the 1920 census in Jackson Co. Alabama at age 24 and married to a Mary... No one that is still living seems to know where they were living at the time of death and therefore we have no idea where he is buried or anything. Please help if you can! Thanks, Melanie

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Subject: Re: Help me find my ancester N. Monroe Culpepper b. ca 1896!!
Author: Valaree Clifton Olivas
Date: 17 Jan 2004 3:06 AM GMT

Melanie, I think your Notley Culpepper is buried at the Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery near Fyffe, AL in DeKalb Co. His wife, Mary, is Mary Frances "Molly" Arnold. She is the daughter of J.L. "Lonzo" Arnold and Mary Ann Caladonia Clifton. I know that Molly had two daughters Maudie and Claudie from a previous marriage to a Whaley. Molly died in 1941 and Notley died in 1943... I'm researching the Clifton family from Randolph County and DeKalb Co, AL.

Valaree Clifton, 610 Reservoir Rd, Lovelock, NV 89419.7 

Family

Mary Frances Arnold (24 Aug 1878 - 23 Nov 1940)
Marriage*circa 1920 He married Mary Frances Arnold at Alabama circa 1920. 
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited18 Oct 2008

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 201.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 202.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 42, Sheet 1A, Lines 10-11, Anniston, Calhoun Co., Alabama (12 Apr 1930)
    Notty Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 35, md@21, AL/AL/GA, Farmer, Vet=WW
    Mary F. Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 52, md@15, AL/AL/AL.
  4. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    Culpepper died 23 Nov 1940 in Calhoun Co., Alabama.
  5. E-mail written 2004 to Lew Griffin from Valaree Clifton Olivas, Lovelock, NV, e-mail address.
  6. State of Alabama Center for Health Statistics / Record Services Division, compiler, Alabama Deaths and Burials Index, 1881-1974, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2011.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2453
    Natty M. Culpepper died 3 Jun 1943 in Calhoun Co., Alabama.
  7. Ancestry.com Message Board.
    Boards > Surnames > Culpepper
    http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.culpepper&m=185
    http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.culpepper&m=185.1.

Rosey Mae Culpepper1

Female, #5246, (3 Oct 1895 - 4 Jul 1972)
Father*Thomas Jefferson Culpepper1 (20 May 1865 - 1935)
Mother*Cordelia Elizabeth McBee1 (2 Aug 1868 - 11 Mar 1966)
Birth*3 Oct 1895 Rosey was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 3 Oct 1895.2 
Married Name1912  As of 1912, her married name was Derrick.2 
Marriage*1912 She married George W. Derrick in 1912. George and Rosie Culpepper Derrick had one son: Walter Vernon Derrick in 1914.2 
Married Namebetween 1915 and 1920  As of between 1915 and 1920, her married name was Smith.2 
Marriage*between 1915 and 1920 She married Robert Earl Smith between 1915 and 1920. Robertand Rosie Culpepper Smith had four children: Hazel Smith in 1920, Edward Alexander Smith in 1922, Nola Mae Smith in 1924 and Helen Smith in 1926.3 
Married Namebetween 1926 and 1929  As of between 1926 and 1929, her married name was Taylor.2 
Marriage*between 1926 and 1929 She married R. L. Taylor between 1926 and 1929. R. L. and Rosie Culpepper Taylor had two daughters: Martha Elizabeth Taylor in 1929 and Johnnie Louise Taylor in 1940.3 
Death of Father1935 Her father Thomas Jefferson Culpepper died in 1935 at Jackson Co., Alabama.1 
Death of Mother11 Mar 1966 Her mother Cordelia Elizabeth McBee died on 11 Mar 1966.1 
Death*4 Jul 1972 She died at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 4 Jul 1972 at age 76.2 
Burial*circa 6 Jul 1972 Her body was interred circa 6 Jul 1972 at Old Sardis Church Cemetery, Jackson Co., Alabama.2 

Family 1

George W. Derrick (say 1892 - )
Marriage*1912 She married George W. Derrick in 1912. George and Rosie Culpepper Derrick had one son: Walter Vernon Derrick in 1914.2 

Family 2

Robert Earl Smith (say 1892 - )
Marriage*between 1915 and 1920 She married Robert Earl Smith between 1915 and 1920. Robertand Rosie Culpepper Smith had four children: Hazel Smith in 1920, Edward Alexander Smith in 1922, Nola Mae Smith in 1924 and Helen Smith in 1926.3 

Family 3

R. L. Taylor (say 1892 - )
Marriage*between 1926 and 1929 She married R. L. Taylor between 1926 and 1929. R. L. and Rosie Culpepper Taylor had two daughters: Martha Elizabeth Taylor in 1929 and Johnnie Louise Taylor in 1940.3 
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited2 Mar 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 201.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 202.
  3. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 202-203.

John Dillard Culpepper1

Male, #5247, (2 Nov 1889 - 12 Jun 1963)
Father*William Monty Culpepper1 (28 Jul 1854 - 1 Jun 1908)
Mother*Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle1 (1 Oct 1861 - 26 Feb 1947)
Birth*2 Nov 1889 John was born at Culpepper Community, Jackson Co., Alabama, on 2 Nov 1889.2,1 
Death of Father1 Jun 1908 His father William Monty Culpepper died on 1 Jun 1908 at Jackson Co., Alabama.3 
1920 Census*1920 John was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Jackson Co., Alabama. ED 33, sheet 14, line 31. 
Marriage*circa 1920 He married Josephine A. Presley at Alabama circa 1920.1 
Birth of Son17 Apr 1922 His son John Gladstone Culpepper was born on 17 Apr 1922 at Jackson Co., Alabama.2,4 
Death of Mother26 Feb 1947 His mother Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle died on 26 Feb 1947 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.3 
Death*12 Jun 1963 He died at Culpepper Community, Jackson Co., Alabama, on 12 Jun 1963 at age 73.2,1 
Burial*circa 14 Jun 1963 His body was interred circa 14 Jun 1963 at Macedonia Cemetery, Section, Jackson Co., Alabama

Family

Josephine A. Presley (22 Jul 1890 - 12 Aug 1969)
Marriage*circa 1920 He married Josephine A. Presley at Alabama circa 1920.1 
Children
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited12 Feb 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 174.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 152.
  4. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 175.

India Anna Jane Culpepper1

Female, #5248, (13 Dec 1894 - 18 Dec 1977)
Father*William Monty Culpepper1 (28 Jul 1854 - 1 Jun 1908)
Mother*Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle1 (1 Oct 1861 - 26 Feb 1947)
Birth*13 Dec 1894 India was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 13 Dec 1894.2,1 
Death of Father1 Jun 1908 Her father William Monty Culpepper died on 1 Jun 1908 at Jackson Co., Alabama.3 
Married Name1911  As of 1911, her married name was Norris.1 
Marriage*1911 She married Frank Earl Norris at Alabama in 1911. Frank and India Culpepper Norris had four children: Verna Mae Norris Lawler, Kermit Earl Norris, Richard Daniel Norris, and Harold Franklin Norris.1 
Death of Mother26 Feb 1947 Her mother Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle died on 26 Feb 1947 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.3 
Death of Spouse15 Sep 1975 Her husband Frank Earl Norris died on 15 Sep 1975 at Powder Springs, Cobb Co., Georgia.1 
Death*18 Dec 1977 She died at Georgia on 18 Dec 1977 at age 83.2,1 
Burial*circa 20 Dec 1977 Her body was interred circa 20 Dec 1977 at Powder Springs Cemetery, Powder Springs, Cobb Co., Georgia.1 

Family

Frank Earl Norris (1 Jan 1889 - 15 Sep 1975)
Marriage*1911 She married Frank Earl Norris at Alabama in 1911. Frank and India Culpepper Norris had four children: Verna Mae Norris Lawler, Kermit Earl Norris, Richard Daniel Norris, and Harold Franklin Norris.1 
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited14 Feb 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 178.
  2. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  3. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 152.

Green Walter Culpepper1

Male, #5249, (27 Oct 1897 - 3 May 1969)
Father*William Monty Culpepper1 (28 Jul 1854 - 1 Jun 1908)
Mother*Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle1 (1 Oct 1861 - 26 Feb 1947)
Name Variation He was also known as Red Green.1 
Nickname  Green Walter Culpepper also went by the name of Big Green.2 
Birth*27 Oct 1897 Green was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, on 27 Oct 1897.3,1 
Photographedsay Dec 1897 He was photographed say Dec 1897 at Jackson Co., Alabama.4
Green Walter Culpepper
Death of Father1 Jun 1908 His father William Monty Culpepper died on 1 Jun 1908 at Jackson Co., Alabama.5 
1920 Census*1920 Green was listed as a son in Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle's household on the 1920 Census at Jackson Co., Alabama.6 
Marriage*5 Oct 1925 He married Hilda Etta Tilley at DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 5 Oct 1925 at age 27.7
Green Walter & Hilda E. (Tilley) Culpepper
Deed*Fall 1928 He was party to a deed Fall 1928 at Powell Community, Rainsville, DeKalb Co., Alabama,

Green and Hilda Culpepper bought an 80 acre farm.1 
1930 Census*1 Apr 1930 He was enumerated in the US Census of 1930 at Pole Bridge, Montgomery Co., Alabama.8 
Birth of Son5 Nov 1935 His son Rev. Doyle Lee Culpepper was born on 5 Nov 1935 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.3,9 
Birth of Son26 Oct 1944 His son Jerry Roger Culpepper Ph.D., J.D., D.O. was born on 26 Oct 1944 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.10 
Photographed*say 1945 He was photographed say 1945.11 
Death of Mother26 Feb 1947 His mother Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle died on 26 Feb 1947 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.5 
Death of Son7 Dec 1964 His son Rev. Doyle Lee Culpepper died on 7 Dec 1964 at Erlanger Hospital, Chattanooga, Hamilton Co., Tennessee.3,9 
Death*3 May 1969 He died at Fort Payne, DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 3 May 1969 at age 71
Heart attack.3,12,1 
Burial*circa 5 May 1969 His body was interred circa 5 May 1969 at New Bethel Cemetery, Rainsville, DeKalb Co., Alabama.12 

Family

Hilda Etta Tilley (4 Sep 1903 - 8 May 1985)
Marriage*5 Oct 1925 He married Hilda Etta Tilley at DeKalb Co., Alabama, on 5 Oct 1925 at age 27.7
Green Walter & Hilda E. (Tilley) Culpepper
Children
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited30 Sep 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 180.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 15.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  4. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 9.
  5. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 152.
  6. ED 33, sheet 14, line 9.
  7. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 180; wedding day photo from p. 32.
  8. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 52, Page 7A, Line 46, Precinct 18, Kilby Prison, Pole Bridge, Montgomery Co., AL
    Green Culpepper, Prisoner, M, Wh, 30, md@28, AL/AL/AL, Labor/Shirt Factory.
  9. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 184.
  10. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 185.
  11. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. iii.
  12. Cemetery Census, New Bethel Cemetery, Rainsville, Dekalb Co., AL
    - Doyle L. Culpepper, 5 Nov 1935 - 7 Dec 1964 and Nancy B. Culpepper, 5 May 1938 - 21 Feb 1990
    - Green W. Culpepper, 27 Oct 1897 - 3 May 1969 and Etta H. Culpepper, 4 Sep 1903 - 8 May 1985.

Inez Virginia Culpepper1

Female, #5250, (1900 - 1996)
Father*William Monty Culpepper1 (28 Jul 1854 - 1 Jun 1908)
Mother*Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle1 (1 Oct 1861 - 26 Feb 1947)
Birth*1900 Inez was born at Jackson Co., Alabama, in 1900.1 
Death of Father1 Jun 1908 Her father William Monty Culpepper died on 1 Jun 1908 at Jackson Co., Alabama.2 
Married Name1919  As of 1919, her married name was Griffin.1 
Marriage*1919 She married Zollie B. Griffin at Jackson Co., Alabama, in 1919. Zollie and Inez Culpepper Griffin had eight children: Imagene Griffin (1921), Cleo L. Griffin (1922), Iona Griffin (1923), Leon Griffin (1925), Claude Griffin (1927), Denver Griffin (1929), Billy Joe Griffin (1931), and Virginia Griffin (1933).1 
Death of Mother26 Feb 1947 Her mother Eliza Ann Adelade Riddle died on 26 Feb 1947 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.2 
Death of Spouse14 Apr 1976 Her husband Zollie B. Griffin died on 14 Apr 1976 at Fyffe, DeKalb Co., Alabama.3,1 
Photographed*1980 She was photographed in 1980
The two were visiting on Mrs. Griffin's front porch. This was their last visit together.4
Etta H. (Tilley) Culpepper & Inez V. (Culpepper) Griffin
Death*1996 She died at Baldwin Co., Alabama, in 1996.1 

Family

Zollie B. Griffin (6 Jul 1900 - 14 Apr 1976)
Marriage*1919 She married Zollie B. Griffin at Jackson Co., Alabama, in 1919. Zollie and Inez Culpepper Griffin had eight children: Imagene Griffin (1921), Cleo L. Griffin (1922), Iona Griffin (1923), Leon Griffin (1925), Claude Griffin (1927), Denver Griffin (1929), Billy Joe Griffin (1931), and Virginia Griffin (1933).1 
ChartsWilliam Culpepper of Warren Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited27 Feb 2005

Citations

  1. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 186.
  2. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 152.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm
  4. Maxine Culpepper Barron, Author: e-mail address, Culpepper, P.O. Box 382, Rainsville, Alabama 35986: M and M Publishing, 2004 .
    P. 136.