Christy Michelle Culpepper1

Female, #60301
Father*Thomas Mitchell Culpepper1 (28 May 1953 - 12 Aug 1995)
Mother*Judy Ann Hattaway1

Family

Jason Goldman
Children
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

Dana Michelle Owensby1

Female, #60302

Family

Jeffrey Michael Culpepper
Child
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

Sage Thomas Culpepper1

Male, #60303
Father*Jeffrey Michael Culpepper1
Mother*Dana Michelle Owensby1
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

Jason Goldman1

Male, #60304

Family

Christy Michelle Culpepper
Children
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

Mitchell Kane Goldman1

Male, #60305
Father*Jason Goldman1
Mother*Christy Michelle Culpepper1
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

Kaden Luke Goldman1

Male, #60306
Father*Jason Goldman1
Mother*Christy Michelle Culpepper1
ChartsJoseph Culpepper of Morgan Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Christy Michelle Culpepper Goldman (#60301), e-mail address.

James Robert Blair1

Male, #60307
Father*John Michael Blair
Mother*Alice M. Culpepper1

Family

Diana Esmeralda
Child
ChartsJames Culpepper of Nash Co., NC : Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from James Robert Blair (#60307), e-mail address.

Crystal Blair1

Female, #60308
Mother*Alice M. Culpepper1
ChartsJames Culpepper of Nash Co., NC : Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. MyFamily.com Inc., compiler, US Public Records Index, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8907&enc=1

John Michael Blair1

Male, #60309

Family

Alice M. Culpepper
Child
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from James Robert Blair (#60307), e-mail address.

Diana Esmeralda1

Female, #60310

Family

James Robert Blair
Child
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from James Robert Blair (#60307), e-mail address.

Victoria Lee Blair1

Female, #60311
Father*James Robert Blair1
Mother*Diana Esmeralda1
ChartsJames Culpepper of Nash Co., NC : Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written May 2009 to Culpepper Connections from James Robert Blair (#60307), e-mail address.

Thomas William Culpepper Jr.1

Male, #60312
Father*Thomas William Culpepper Sr.1
Mother*Pattie West2 (4 Aug 1936 - 3 May 2009)

Family

Dianne S. (?)
Children
ChartsHenry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited17 May 2014

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2008 to Warren Culpepper from Thomas William Culpepper Sr. (#58066), Chesapeake, VA, e-mail address.
  2. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Pattie West Culpepper (#60314), published 5 May 2009.
  3. E-mail written 4 Apr 2014 to Warren Culpepper from Regina Erin Culpepper Ross, e-mail address.

Brian D. Culpepper1

Male, #60313
Father*Thomas William Culpepper Sr.1
Mother*Pattie West1 (4 Aug 1936 - 3 May 2009)

Family

Mila (?)
ChartsHenry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2008 to Warren Culpepper from Thomas William Culpepper Sr. (#58066), Chesapeake, VA, e-mail address.

Pattie West1

Female, #60314, (4 Aug 1936 - 3 May 2009)
Birth*4 Aug 1936 She was born on 4 Aug 1936 at Lynchburg (city), Virginia. She was the daughter of Earl T. and Frances C. West of Lynchburg, VA.1,2 
Relocation*circa 1943 She relocated circa 1943 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia,1 
SSN*1951 Her Social Security Number was issued in 1951 in Virginia.2 
Married Name1952  As of 1952, her married name was Culpepper.1 
Death*3 May 2009 She died at Chesapeake (city), Virginia, on 3 May 2009 at age 72.1 
Obituary*5 May 2009 CHESAPEAKE - Pattie West Culpepper, 72, of the 5000 block of Portsmouth Blvd., died May 3, 2009. She was the wife of Thomas W. Culpepper Sr. and they lived together for 50 years in Chesapeake in the home they built themselves next to his parent's home.
     Mrs. Culpepper was the daughter of Earl T. West and Frances C. West of Lynchburg, Va. During World War II, the family moved to Portsmouth, where Pattie lived as a child and attended Woodrow Wilson High School. During that time, she met the love of her life, Tommy, and they married in 1952 while he was in the U.S. Army.
     Pattie is survived by her husband, Thomas W. Culpepper Sr; their four children, Deborah C. Waters and her husband Louis M. Waters of Suffolk, Thomas W. Culpepper Jr. and his wife Dianne Culpepper of Portsmouth, Karen R. Culpepper of Virginia Beach and Brian D. Culpepper and his wife Mila Culpepper of Nashville, Tenn; six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
     Pattie was devoted to her family, friends and home and spent most of her time involved with them. She also spent plenty of time spoiling Buck the beagle. She enjoyed traveling and experiencing other parts of this country and the world and often traveled with her family.
     A funeral will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in Sturtevant Funeral Home, Bennetts Creek Chapel, Suffolk, by the Rev. Waverly Smith. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the home of Louis and Deborah Waters in Suffolk after the service.3 
Burial*7 May 2009 Her body was interred on 7 May 2009 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Suffolk (city), Virginia.3 

Family

Thomas William Culpepper Sr.
Children
Last Edited29 Oct 2009

Citations

  1. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Pattie West Culpepper (#60314), published 5 May 2009.
  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. E-mail written Feb 2008 to Warren Culpepper from Thomas William Culpepper Sr. (#58066), Chesapeake, VA, e-mail address.

Deborah Culpepper1

Female, #60315
Father*Thomas William Culpepper Sr.2
Mother*Pattie West2 (4 Aug 1936 - 3 May 2009)

Family

Louis M. Waters
ChartsHenry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. Deborah Culpepper Waters, Attorney
    Riddick Babineau, PC
    109 East Main Street, Suite 413
    Norfolk, Virginia 23510
    Telephone: 888-803-3586
    Fax: 757-226-0621
    http://www.riddickbabineau.com

    Practice Areas Personal Injury; Maritime; Admiralty

    Education
    Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of William & Mary, J.D., 1988,
    Old Dominion University, B.A., magna cum laude, 1985

    Admitted 1988, Virginia and U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Virginia

    Memberships
    Virginia State Bar
    The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
    Virginia Trial Lawyers Association
    Virginia Women Attorneys Association (Member, State Wide Board of Directors; President, Local Chapter).

    Biography
    Third Place Winner, Jessup International Moot Court, 1988
    Charter Member, American Inn of Court, XXVII .

    Source: http://www.martindale.com (Retrieved 31 Jan 2010).
  2. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Pattie West Culpepper (#60314), published 5 May 2009.

Louis M. Waters1

Male, #60316

Family

Deborah Culpepper
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Pattie West Culpepper (#60314), published 5 May 2009.

Karen R. Culpepper1

Female, #60317
Father*Thomas William Culpepper Sr.1
Mother*Pattie West1 (4 Aug 1936 - 3 May 2009)
ChartsHenry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Pattie West Culpepper (#60314), published 5 May 2009.

Mila (?)1

Female, #60318

Family

Brian D. Culpepper
Last Edited22 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written Feb 2008 to Warren Culpepper from Thomas William Culpepper Sr. (#58066), Chesapeake, VA, e-mail address.

Charlie Jefferson Bishop1

Male, #60319, (say 1871 - )
Birth*say 1871 He was born say 1871.1 
Marriage*say 1892 He married Eunice Earls Hodnett say 1892.1 

Family

Eunice Earls Hodnett (after 1871 - )
Last Edited24 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 to Lew Griffin from Cindy Bishop Forsythe, e-mail address.

Larry Oliver Thurman1

Male, #60320
Father*Oliver Clyde Thurman1 (19 May 1916 - 2 Mar 1982)
Mother*Billie Frances Culpepper1 (8 Jan 1926 - 14 Feb 2002)
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Jun 2009

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

Stephen Clyde Thurman1

Male, #60321
Father*Oliver Clyde Thurman1 (19 May 1916 - 2 Mar 1982)
Mother*Billie Frances Culpepper1 (8 Jan 1926 - 14 Feb 2002)
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Jun 2009

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

Julie Denise Thurman1

Female, #60322
Father*Oliver Clyde Thurman1 (19 May 1916 - 2 Mar 1982)
Mother*Billie Frances Culpepper1 (8 Jan 1926 - 14 Feb 2002)
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Jun 2009

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

Michael James Thurman1

Male, #60323
Father*Oliver Clyde Thurman1 (19 May 1916 - 2 Mar 1982)
Mother*Billie Frances Culpepper1 (8 Jan 1926 - 14 Feb 2002)
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 to Lew Griffin from Michael J. Thurman, e-mail address.

Gregory Thurman1

Male, #60324
Father*Oliver Clyde Thurman1 (19 May 1916 - 2 Mar 1982)
Mother*Billie Frances Culpepper1 (8 Jan 1926 - 14 Feb 2002)
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited26 Jun 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 to Lew Griffin from Michael J. Thurman, e-mail address.

Robert Scott Trlica

Male, #60325, (circa 1 Jul 1969 - 24 Aug 1969)
Father*Jack Scott Trlica
Mother*Colleen K. Andrews
Birth*circa 1 Jul 1969 Robert was born at Jourdanton, Atascosa Co., Texas, circa 1 Jul 1969. 
Death*24 Aug 1969 He died at Jourdanton, Atascosa Co., Texas, on 24 Aug 1969
Mrs. Harvey W. (Glenna Harris) Mauldin noted on the John Thomas Mauldin Family Group Sheet: Colleen had premature baby which did not live long, was working in the office of a large hospital. Her husband was a sophomore at A & M. 
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited25 Jun 2009

Virgil Hunter King1

Male, #60326, (21 Sep 1885 - 17 Oct 1937)
Father*William Hurd King1 (8 Oct 1838 - 8 Mar 1911)
Mother*Sarah Melvina Ash1 (17 May 1854 - 19 Jun 1935)
Nickname  Virgil Hunter King also went by the name of Friday King.1 
Birth*21 Sep 1885 Virgil was born at Hancock Co., Illinois, on 21 Sep 1885.1 
Death of Father8 Mar 1911 His father William Hurd King died on 8 Mar 1911 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Marriage*5 Apr 1911 He married Anna Wilhelmina Swanson at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 5 Apr 1911 at age 25. Marriage Notes for Virgil King and Anna Swanson:
A SHOWER NOT OF RAIN Given by the Entre Nous Club in Honor of Miss Minnie Swanson at the Barnum
Home Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
While the rain drops were merrily falling Monday evening a show of a different kind was in progress at the home
of Miss Jessie Barnum, who entertained the Entre Nous Club in honor of Miss Minnie Swanson. The rooms were
handsomely decorated with red hearts and a Japanese umbrella suspended by its handle in the archway between
the rooms held the gifts for the bride. The packages when opened were found to contain many beautiful and
useful things. During the evening delicious ice cream, angel food cake and bananas were served and at a late hour
the girls went home having spent a very enjoyable evening.
Remembered By The Neighbors

The Royal Neighbor lodge at the close of their regular meeting Tuesday evening, had a shower in honor of Miss
Minnie Swanson and Mr Virgil King, whose wedding occur Wednesday evening.
These young people are general favorites in the lodge and a table decorated with purple and white, and an
enormous wedding bell over it, was loaded with gifts. The prospective bride and groom were placed on one side
of the table and proceeded to open the packages, which contained linen, silver, china and tinware. Ice cream and
cake were served later and the party went hoping for more weddings in the lodge in the near future
KING-SWANSON NUPTIALS Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
Marriage Wednesday Evening of a Couple of Popular Young People of Hamilton
On Wednesday evening, April 5th, at the home of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss
Minnie Swanson to Mr. Virgil King. The wedding was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the
King family, only the immediate relatives being present.
Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and made them
husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
After congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, which was decorated with pink and white hearts,
and were served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white hearts, and were
served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the ice
cream and cake. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Lena Gibson and has been a resident of Hamilton for five years.
But in this short time she has won the respect and love of many friends, whose best wishes for a happy future go
with her to her new home. She has been employed by the First National Bank and the Hamilton Printing
Company for several years, giving excellent satisfaction in both places. Quiet, dependable and loyal with a
friendly word for all, she will surely make a happy home for her husband.
The groom is the youngest son of Mrs W H King and is one of the young business men of Hamilton. He has for a
number of years been a lineman for the Mississippi Valley Telephone Company and has many friends who wish
him joy and happiness.
Mr and Mrs King received many beautiful gifts which they very much appreciated. Among the gifts was a very
complete kitchen cabinet, stocked with groceries which would delight the heart of any bride.
They will be at home to their friends after April 15th in their cosy cottage on the road north of Hamilton, which is
all furnished and ready for housekeeping. In this ideal spot with all the world before them they can say, Stay,
stay at home my heart, and rest, Home-keeping hearts are happiest For those that wander they know not where
Are full of trouble and full of are To stay at home is best.
From Dallas City Newspaper 11 Apr 1911 pg 1: King-Swanson On Wednesday evening April 5th at the home
of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss Minnie Swanson to Mr Virgil King The wedding
was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the King family, only the immediate relatives being
present. Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and
made them husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
Hamilton Press The bride is a native of this city and is a graduate of our schools and has since leaving here
some five years ago been connected with the Hamilton Printing Co and First National Bank as stenographer. Her
many friends here will join us in congratulations and well wishes.1 
Birth of Son17 Jun 1914 His son William Nelson King was born on 17 Jun 1914 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Birth of Son4 May 1916 His son Jack Corwin King was born on 4 May 1916 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Death of Mother19 Jun 1935 His mother Sarah Melvina Ash died on 19 Jun 1935 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.2 
Death*17 Oct 1937 He died at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 17 Oct 1937 at age 52.1 
Burial*20 Oct 1937 His body was interred on 20 Oct 1937 at Oakwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Biography* From Virginia Rottman:
Telephone lineman,could skim up poles efficiently, loved to dance, entertain. He apparently read
meters, Minnie collected the fees & deposited funds to bank, I have that ledger in my care.1 

Family

Anna Wilhelmina Swanson (14 Jan 1885 - 8 Feb 1975)
Marriage*5 Apr 1911 He married Anna Wilhelmina Swanson at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 5 Apr 1911 at age 25. Marriage Notes for Virgil King and Anna Swanson:
A SHOWER NOT OF RAIN Given by the Entre Nous Club in Honor of Miss Minnie Swanson at the Barnum
Home Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
While the rain drops were merrily falling Monday evening a show of a different kind was in progress at the home
of Miss Jessie Barnum, who entertained the Entre Nous Club in honor of Miss Minnie Swanson. The rooms were
handsomely decorated with red hearts and a Japanese umbrella suspended by its handle in the archway between
the rooms held the gifts for the bride. The packages when opened were found to contain many beautiful and
useful things. During the evening delicious ice cream, angel food cake and bananas were served and at a late hour
the girls went home having spent a very enjoyable evening.
Remembered By The Neighbors

The Royal Neighbor lodge at the close of their regular meeting Tuesday evening, had a shower in honor of Miss
Minnie Swanson and Mr Virgil King, whose wedding occur Wednesday evening.
These young people are general favorites in the lodge and a table decorated with purple and white, and an
enormous wedding bell over it, was loaded with gifts. The prospective bride and groom were placed on one side
of the table and proceeded to open the packages, which contained linen, silver, china and tinware. Ice cream and
cake were served later and the party went hoping for more weddings in the lodge in the near future
KING-SWANSON NUPTIALS Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
Marriage Wednesday Evening of a Couple of Popular Young People of Hamilton
On Wednesday evening, April 5th, at the home of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss
Minnie Swanson to Mr. Virgil King. The wedding was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the
King family, only the immediate relatives being present.
Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and made them
husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
After congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, which was decorated with pink and white hearts,
and were served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white hearts, and were
served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the ice
cream and cake. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Lena Gibson and has been a resident of Hamilton for five years.
But in this short time she has won the respect and love of many friends, whose best wishes for a happy future go
with her to her new home. She has been employed by the First National Bank and the Hamilton Printing
Company for several years, giving excellent satisfaction in both places. Quiet, dependable and loyal with a
friendly word for all, she will surely make a happy home for her husband.
The groom is the youngest son of Mrs W H King and is one of the young business men of Hamilton. He has for a
number of years been a lineman for the Mississippi Valley Telephone Company and has many friends who wish
him joy and happiness.
Mr and Mrs King received many beautiful gifts which they very much appreciated. Among the gifts was a very
complete kitchen cabinet, stocked with groceries which would delight the heart of any bride.
They will be at home to their friends after April 15th in their cosy cottage on the road north of Hamilton, which is
all furnished and ready for housekeeping. In this ideal spot with all the world before them they can say, Stay,
stay at home my heart, and rest, Home-keeping hearts are happiest For those that wander they know not where
Are full of trouble and full of are To stay at home is best.
From Dallas City Newspaper 11 Apr 1911 pg 1: King-Swanson On Wednesday evening April 5th at the home
of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss Minnie Swanson to Mr Virgil King The wedding
was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the King family, only the immediate relatives being
present. Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and
made them husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
Hamilton Press The bride is a native of this city and is a graduate of our schools and has since leaving here
some five years ago been connected with the Hamilton Printing Co and First National Bank as stenographer. Her
many friends here will join us in congratulations and well wishes.1 
Children
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 Jan 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 -- Jan 2010 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Apr 2009 -- Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.

Anna Wilhelmina Swanson1

Female, #60327, (14 Jan 1885 - 8 Feb 1975)
Birth*14 Jan 1885 Anna was born at Dallas City, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 14 Jan 1885. Daughter of Nels Swanson & Carolena Oleson.1 
Marriage*5 Apr 1911 She married Virgil Hunter King at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 5 Apr 1911 at age 26. Marriage Notes for Virgil King and Anna Swanson:
A SHOWER NOT OF RAIN Given by the Entre Nous Club in Honor of Miss Minnie Swanson at the Barnum
Home Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
While the rain drops were merrily falling Monday evening a show of a different kind was in progress at the home
of Miss Jessie Barnum, who entertained the Entre Nous Club in honor of Miss Minnie Swanson. The rooms were
handsomely decorated with red hearts and a Japanese umbrella suspended by its handle in the archway between
the rooms held the gifts for the bride. The packages when opened were found to contain many beautiful and
useful things. During the evening delicious ice cream, angel food cake and bananas were served and at a late hour
the girls went home having spent a very enjoyable evening.
Remembered By The Neighbors

The Royal Neighbor lodge at the close of their regular meeting Tuesday evening, had a shower in honor of Miss
Minnie Swanson and Mr Virgil King, whose wedding occur Wednesday evening.
These young people are general favorites in the lodge and a table decorated with purple and white, and an
enormous wedding bell over it, was loaded with gifts. The prospective bride and groom were placed on one side
of the table and proceeded to open the packages, which contained linen, silver, china and tinware. Ice cream and
cake were served later and the party went hoping for more weddings in the lodge in the near future
KING-SWANSON NUPTIALS Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
Marriage Wednesday Evening of a Couple of Popular Young People of Hamilton
On Wednesday evening, April 5th, at the home of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss
Minnie Swanson to Mr. Virgil King. The wedding was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the
King family, only the immediate relatives being present.
Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and made them
husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
After congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, which was decorated with pink and white hearts,
and were served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white hearts, and were
served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the ice
cream and cake. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Lena Gibson and has been a resident of Hamilton for five years.
But in this short time she has won the respect and love of many friends, whose best wishes for a happy future go
with her to her new home. She has been employed by the First National Bank and the Hamilton Printing
Company for several years, giving excellent satisfaction in both places. Quiet, dependable and loyal with a
friendly word for all, she will surely make a happy home for her husband.
The groom is the youngest son of Mrs W H King and is one of the young business men of Hamilton. He has for a
number of years been a lineman for the Mississippi Valley Telephone Company and has many friends who wish
him joy and happiness.
Mr and Mrs King received many beautiful gifts which they very much appreciated. Among the gifts was a very
complete kitchen cabinet, stocked with groceries which would delight the heart of any bride.
They will be at home to their friends after April 15th in their cosy cottage on the road north of Hamilton, which is
all furnished and ready for housekeeping. In this ideal spot with all the world before them they can say, Stay,
stay at home my heart, and rest, Home-keeping hearts are happiest For those that wander they know not where
Are full of trouble and full of are To stay at home is best.
From Dallas City Newspaper 11 Apr 1911 pg 1: King-Swanson On Wednesday evening April 5th at the home
of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss Minnie Swanson to Mr Virgil King The wedding
was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the King family, only the immediate relatives being
present. Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and
made them husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
Hamilton Press The bride is a native of this city and is a graduate of our schools and has since leaving here
some five years ago been connected with the Hamilton Printing Co and First National Bank as stenographer. Her
many friends here will join us in congratulations and well wishes.1 
Married Name5 Apr 1911  As of 5 Apr 1911, her married name was King.1 
Birth of Son17 Jun 1914 Her son William Nelson King was born on 17 Jun 1914 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Birth of Son4 May 1916 Her son Jack Corwin King was born on 4 May 1916 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Death of Spouse17 Oct 1937 Her husband Virgil Hunter King died on 17 Oct 1937 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Death*8 Feb 1975 She died at Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, on 8 Feb 1975 at age 90.1 

Family

Virgil Hunter King (21 Sep 1885 - 17 Oct 1937)
Marriage*5 Apr 1911 She married Virgil Hunter King at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 5 Apr 1911 at age 26. Marriage Notes for Virgil King and Anna Swanson:
A SHOWER NOT OF RAIN Given by the Entre Nous Club in Honor of Miss Minnie Swanson at the Barnum
Home Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
While the rain drops were merrily falling Monday evening a show of a different kind was in progress at the home
of Miss Jessie Barnum, who entertained the Entre Nous Club in honor of Miss Minnie Swanson. The rooms were
handsomely decorated with red hearts and a Japanese umbrella suspended by its handle in the archway between
the rooms held the gifts for the bride. The packages when opened were found to contain many beautiful and
useful things. During the evening delicious ice cream, angel food cake and bananas were served and at a late hour
the girls went home having spent a very enjoyable evening.
Remembered By The Neighbors

The Royal Neighbor lodge at the close of their regular meeting Tuesday evening, had a shower in honor of Miss
Minnie Swanson and Mr Virgil King, whose wedding occur Wednesday evening.
These young people are general favorites in the lodge and a table decorated with purple and white, and an
enormous wedding bell over it, was loaded with gifts. The prospective bride and groom were placed on one side
of the table and proceeded to open the packages, which contained linen, silver, china and tinware. Ice cream and
cake were served later and the party went hoping for more weddings in the lodge in the near future
KING-SWANSON NUPTIALS Hamilton Press April 7, 1911
Marriage Wednesday Evening of a Couple of Popular Young People of Hamilton
On Wednesday evening, April 5th, at the home of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss
Minnie Swanson to Mr. Virgil King. The wedding was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the
King family, only the immediate relatives being present.
Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and made them
husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
After congratulations the guests were invited to the dining room, which was decorated with pink and white hearts,
and were served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white hearts, and were
served with a bountiful two course supper, in which the color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the ice
cream and cake. The bride is a daughter of Mrs Lena Gibson and has been a resident of Hamilton for five years.
But in this short time she has won the respect and love of many friends, whose best wishes for a happy future go
with her to her new home. She has been employed by the First National Bank and the Hamilton Printing
Company for several years, giving excellent satisfaction in both places. Quiet, dependable and loyal with a
friendly word for all, she will surely make a happy home for her husband.
The groom is the youngest son of Mrs W H King and is one of the young business men of Hamilton. He has for a
number of years been a lineman for the Mississippi Valley Telephone Company and has many friends who wish
him joy and happiness.
Mr and Mrs King received many beautiful gifts which they very much appreciated. Among the gifts was a very
complete kitchen cabinet, stocked with groceries which would delight the heart of any bride.
They will be at home to their friends after April 15th in their cosy cottage on the road north of Hamilton, which is
all furnished and ready for housekeeping. In this ideal spot with all the world before them they can say, Stay,
stay at home my heart, and rest, Home-keeping hearts are happiest For those that wander they know not where
Are full of trouble and full of are To stay at home is best.
From Dallas City Newspaper 11 Apr 1911 pg 1: King-Swanson On Wednesday evening April 5th at the home
of Mr and Mrs F C Schriefer occurred the marriage of Miss Minnie Swanson to Mr Virgil King The wedding
was a quiet one on account of the recent bereavement in the King family, only the immediate relatives being
present. Mr A L McArthur spoke the simple but beautiful ceremony which united these two young lives and
made them husband and wife. The bride was dressed in a dainty cream dress trimmed with silk embroidery.
Hamilton Press The bride is a native of this city and is a graduate of our schools and has since leaving here
some five years ago been connected with the Hamilton Printing Co and First National Bank as stenographer. Her
many friends here will join us in congratulations and well wishes.1 
Children
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Citations

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William Nelson King

Male, #60328, (17 Jun 1914 - 4 Dec 2001)
Father*Virgil Hunter King (21 Sep 1885 - 17 Oct 1937)
Mother*Anna Wilhelmina Swanson (14 Jan 1885 - 8 Feb 1975)
Birth*17 Jun 1914 William was born at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 17 Jun 1914.1 
Marriage*8 Jul 1936 He married Irma Louisa Schumacher at Sutter, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 8 Jul 1936 at age 22.1 
Death of Father17 Oct 1937 His father Virgil Hunter King died on 17 Oct 1937 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Birth of Son18 Jan 1938 His son Donald Dean King was born on 18 Jan 1938 at Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa.1 
Death of Mother8 Feb 1975 His mother Anna Wilhelmina Swanson died on 8 Feb 1975 at Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa.1 
Death of Spouse16 Oct 1997 His wife Irma Louisa Schumacher died on 16 Oct 1997 at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 
Death*4 Dec 2001 He died at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 4 Dec 2001 at age 87.1 
Burial*7 Dec 2001 His body was interred on 7 Dec 2001 at Oakwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 

Family

Irma Louisa Schumacher (2 May 1917 - 16 Oct 1997)
Marriage*8 Jul 1936 He married Irma Louisa Schumacher at Sutter, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 8 Jul 1936 at age 22.1 
Children
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 -- Jan 2010 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.

Irma Louisa Schumacher

Female, #60329, (2 May 1917 - 16 Oct 1997)
Birth*2 May 1917 Irma was born at Basco, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 2 May 1917. Daughter of John August Schumacher and Lydia Marie Mulch.1 
Marriage*8 Jul 1936 She married William Nelson King at Sutter, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 8 Jul 1936 at age 19.1 
Married Name8 Jul 1936  As of 8 Jul 1936, her married name was King. 
Birth of Son18 Jan 1938 Her son Donald Dean King was born on 18 Jan 1938 at Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa.1 
Death*16 Oct 1997 She died at Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 16 Oct 1997 at age 80.1 
Burial*20 Oct 1997 Her body was interred on 20 Oct 1997 at Oakwood Cemetery, Hamilton, Hancock Co., Illinois.1 

Family

William Nelson King (17 Jun 1914 - 4 Dec 2001)
Children
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Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 -- Jan 2010 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.

Virginia Darlene King1

Female, #60330, (26 Nov 1936 - )
Father*William Nelson King (17 Jun 1914 - 4 Dec 2001)
Mother*Irma Louisa Schumacher (2 May 1917 - 16 Oct 1997)
Birth*26 Nov 1936 Virginia was born at Keokuk, Lee Co., Iowa, on 26 Nov 1936.1 
Married Name13 Oct 1957  As of 13 Oct 1957, her married name was Rottman.1 
Marriage*13 Oct 1957 She married Donald William Rottman at Sutter, Hancock Co., Illinois, on 13 Oct 1957 at age 20.1 

Family

Donald William Rottman (11 Dec 1930 - 13 May 1998)
Child
ChartsBenjamin (son of Joseph) Culpepper of Edgecombe Co., NC: Descendant Chart
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Citations

  1. E-mail written Jun 2009 -- Jan 2010 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Apr 2009 -- Feb 2011 to Lew Griffin from Virginia Rottman, e-mail address.