Daniel F. Culpepper

Male, #32383, (5 Dec 1825 - 3 Dec 1900)
Father*Francis Gillespie Culpepper (31 Jan 1804 - 21 Oct 1903)
Mother*Eglintine Langley (6 Apr 1810 - 3 Apr 1878)
Extinct Surname?* The family branch headed by Daniel F. Culpepper is believed to have no living male descendants with the Culpepper surname. If you know otherwise, please contact Lew Griffin using the link at the bottom of this page. 
Birth*5 Dec 1825 Daniel was born at Louina, Randolph Co., Alabama, on 5 Dec 1825. 
Employment* Daniel's occupation: stockman. 
1830 Census1 Jun 1830 William, John and Daniel was probably a free white male, age under 5, in Francis Gillespie Culpepper's houshold, on the 1830 Census at Talbot Co., Georgia. The enumerator recorded 3 Females 0-5 and no Male children. We believe this was an error and should have been recorded as 3 Males 0-5..1 
1840 Census1 Jun 1840 William, John and Daniel was probably a free white male, age 10 and under 15, in Francis Gillespie Culpepper's household, on the 1840 Census on 1 Jun 1840 at Chambers Co., Alabama.2 
1850 Census*1 Jun 1850 Daniel listed as a household member on the 1850 Census on 1 Jun 1850 at Marshall Co., Mississippi.
(In HH of Mary K. Hardin).3 
Marriage*16 Aug 1855 He married Mary Ann Guthrie at Lavaca Co., Texas, on 16 Aug 1855 at age 29.4 
Birth of Son19 Sep 1856 His son William Richard Culpepper was born on 19 Sep 1856 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Death of Son1857 His son William Richard Culpepper died in 1857 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Birth of Son11 May 1859 His son James M. Culpepper was born on 11 May 1859 at Lavaca Co., Texas
1860 Census*1 Jun 1860 Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Lavaca Co., Texas.5 
Death of Son1861 His son James M. Culpepper died in 1861 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Birth of Son1861 His son A. Culpepper was born in 1861 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Civil War*between 1862 and 1865 He served in the War Between the States between 1862 and 1865. 
Death of Spouse1862 His wife Mary Ann Guthrie died in 1862 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Death of Son1864 His son A. Culpepper died in 1864 at Lavaca Co., Texas
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Eglintine, Shadrach, Amanda, Georgia, Daniel, Martha and Mary listed as a household member living with Francis Gillespie Culpepper on the 1870 Census at Lavaca Co., Texas.6 
Marriage*18 Sep 1872 He married Zilpha L. Reeder at Lavaca Co., Texas, on 18 Sep 1872 at age 46.7 
Death of Mother3 Apr 1878 His mother Eglintine Langley died on 3 Apr 1878 at Lavaca Co., Texas
Birth of Son27 Aug 1879 His son Ira Culpepper was born on 27 Aug 1879 at Lavaca Co., Texas
1880 Census*1 Jun 1880 Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1880 Census at Lavaca Co., Texas.8 
Death of Son24 Mar 1893 His son Ira Culpepper died on 24 Mar 1893 at Lavaca Co., Texas
1900 Census*1 Jun 1900 Daniel was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Old Sweet Home, Lavaca Co., Texas.9 
Death*3 Dec 1900 He died at Hondo, Medina Co., Texas, on 3 Dec 1900 at age 74. 
Probate*4 Mar 1901 Probate action was taken on Daniel's estate on 4 Mar 1901 at Medina Co., Texas
Biography* Daniel's birth was recorded in the "BIBLE FAMILY RECORD OF FRANCIS G. & EGLINTINE CULPEPPER": ___Daniel F. Culpepper__ Born december 5 1825
     Francis G. Culpepper's older brother, Daniel Peek Culpepper, had died 25 Oct 1825, only a couple of months before Daniel F. Culpepper was born. Presumably Daniel was named for his uncle. Since Daniel's parents married in Monroe Co., GA in Jan 1825, this is believed to have been Daniel's place of birth. No confirmation has been found for Daniel's middle name. A grandchild was named "Daniel Fey Burgin" and it has been suggested that "Fey" was Daniel's middle name. However, Mrs. C. M. (Pat Burgin) Lee wrote 2 Nov 1994 letter that according to Daniel Fey Burgin's sister, Marie, "her brother, Fey, was named after a photographer friend of the family." Obviously the photographer wasn't around in 1825 when Daniel F. Culpepper was born.
     Daniel's father, Francis G. Culpepper, has not been found in Georgia land records and so it is not known at what point Daniel's parents moved the family to Talbot Co., GA where they are found in 1830 census records. In Daniel's first appearance in census records he was unfortunately listed as one of three females 0-10 years of age in the household of Francis G. Culpepper. A microfilm copy of the census record was double checked and the head of household was clearly listed as "Francis G Culpepper" and his three young sons were definitely listed in the female column. Daniel's father moved his family to Chambers Co., AL in 1834 The family was still in Chambers Co., AL in 1840 when Daniel and his two younger brothers were correctly noted in census records as 3 males 10-15 years of age in the household of Francis Culpepper. The family moved to Mississippi in 1846. No marriage record has been found for Daniel in Chambers Co., AL and it is assumed that he moved to Mississippi with his parents.
     Daniel was not listed with his parents in the 1850 Lafayette Co., MS census. It is not known at what point Daniel moved to Texas. Mrs. C. M. (Pat Burgin) Lee wrote 2 Nov 1994 that "according to the Culpepper Heritage Society history, Daniel & Thomas in 1848 went to Texas before the rest of the family." They have not been found in 1850 Texas census records. There was a 23 year old "Daniel Culpepper" born in South Carolina that was listed (p. 368) as a farmer in the Marshall Co., MS census in the household of Mary K. Hardin. A 22 "Thos. J. Culpepper" was also listed nearby (p. 369) in Marshall Co., MS in the household of Robert I. Greer. Thomas was also listed as having been born in South Carolina. Since Marshall Co., MS shares a border with Lafayette Co., MS and the two were apparently living on nearby farms, it seems likely that these were Francis G. Culpepper's oldest sons out on their own before setting out to Texas. Daniel was listed with a Georgia place of birth in the 1860 and 1900 census records of Lavaca Co., TX and with an Alabama place of birth in the 1870 Lavaca Co., TX census. Since Francis G. Culpepper moved his family to Texas in 1851, presumably both Daniel and Thomas would have been in Texas by then. In 1853, Daniel's grandfather, John Culpepper, wrote to Francis G. Culpepper, "I thought Daniel was gone." It is not clear what this refers to, perhaps Daniel had contemplated moving on from Lavaca Co., TX and then changed his mind.
     Daniel is next noted in the marriage records of Lavaca Co., TX in 1855 and at this point he apparently settled down to stay. Daniel continued to live in Lavaca County, Texas until after the 1900 census when he moved to Devine in Medina County, Texas where he died. In the 1860 Hallettsville, Lavaca Co., TX census, Daniel Culpeper and his wife, Mary, and their daughter, Martha were listed twice. In records of family #245, living next door to his father, Francis, Daniel was listed with real estate valued at $1,200 and personal property valued at $1,000. In the listing for family #644, Daniel was listed as having $600 in real estate and $1,000 in personal property. Possibly Daniel owned both pieces of land and the census taker, possibly getting information from neighbors, didn't realize that the family was being recorded twice. Or, since census takers were paid by the head, perhaps some creative record keeping was done.
     Daniel served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. On p. 54 of On The Headwaters of the Lavaca and the Navidad, Paul C. Boethel listed "D. F. Culpepper, private" on the: Muster roll of Frederick J. Malone's Company, organized at Sweet Home, August 6, 1861. Enlistment for state service for twelve months. Note on roll: "No arms of an improved style."
     Daniel's brother, J. T. J. Culpepper, was listed as a "1st sergeant" on the same roster. On p. 55, Judge Boethel noted: As military units for service in the Confederate army were recruited, the personnel of Searcy's and Malone's companies were sorely depleted and eventually the units were disbanded to be superceded by other state service units. On January 25, 1863, the Lavaca County unit, [was] designated as Company C, 24th Regiment, Texas State Troops....
     "D. F. Culpepper, Private" age 37, born Georgia, with a "Sweet Home" TX post office was listed in this reorganized company.
     Daniel's first wife apparently died just before or during the Civil War and his daughters appear to have been taken in by his parents. After the war, Daniel F. Culpepper was listed with his daughters, Mattie and Mary A., in his father's household in the 1870 census of Lavaca Co., TX. He was listed as a stock raiser. Daniel Culpepper was listed as a farmer with his second wife, "Zilpha," and a young family in the 1880 census of Lavaca Co., TX. Also listed in the household was "Joseph Holloway" an 18 year old step-son born in Alabama. Presumably this was the son of Zilpha by her first marriage. Joseph listed his father as having been born in Georgia and his mother in Alabama. Also listed was an unidentified 21 year old "Gibson Grant" who was recorded as having been born at "sea." Daniel Culpepper remained in Lavaca Co., TX and was noted as a farmer in the 1900 Lavaca Co., TX census. He had been married 27 years to his second wife "Zelphia." Daughters "Sinthia" and "Winnie" were noted living with them. John H. Henderson born Jun 1848 in Maryland was also listed in the household and has not been identified. Mrs. Travis (Jacqueline Lorenz) McClinton located the following Lavaca Co., TX deed (Book 40 p. 574-575), in which (D. F. Culpepper deeded land to the children of his brother, J. T. J. Culpepper: The State of Texas___Know all men by these presents:__That County of Lavaca_____I D. F. Culpepper, of Lavaca County Texas for and in consideration of the sum of Fifty ($50) Dollars, cash to me in hand paid (receipt whereof is here acknowledged) by Frank Culpepper, Johnnie Culpepper, Joseph W. Culpepper, Eliza Richardson, Cynthia Ann Walker, Wm Culpepper, Robert Lee Culpepper, Noah Culpepper, James Culpepper, and Hattie Key, have granted, bargained, sold and conveyed, unto the said Frank Culpepper of Kerr County Texas, Johnnie Culpepper, Joseph W. Culpepper and Eliza Richardson of Lavaca County Texas Cynthia Ann Walker of Kerr County Texas, William Culpepper and Robert Lee Culpepper of Ban Diera [Bendera?] County Texas, Noah Culpepper, Jos. Culpepper, Kate Conner and Hattie Key of Lavaca County Texas, the following described property viz: Being a certain tract of land lying and being situated in Lavaca County State of Texas, a part of the E. Tribble Leaque, and being about twelve miles West of the town of Hallettsville Texas, the same being described by metes and bounds as follows: Beginning at the S. W. end cnr(?) of what is known as the Moss of Beumeth(?) Survey. Thence N. 105 yards(?) to a stake in McMurray's E. bdy. line. Thence S. 25E 245 yards(?) to the S. E. cnr. of the Mt. Olive Church Survey. Thence with the Hallettsville Shiner Road S. 67E. 130 yards(?) to a stake. Thence N. 9 and 1/2 E. 520 yards(?) to the place of Beginning containing 20 acres less a certain tract of four and one half (4 1/2) acres of land used for the purpose of Burying the dead known as the Mt. Olive Cemetery. To have and to hold to these and their heirs forever. In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed my name this 11 day of October, A.D. 1900. _____________________/s/ D. F. Culpepper The State of Texas_ County of Lavaca_____Before me F. G. Patton a Notary Public in and for said county and State on this day personally appeared, D. F. Culpepper, known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 15th day of October, A.D. 1900. _____[seal]__________/s/ F. G. Patton N. P. _________________________Lavaca County Texas, Filed for Record Aug. 1, 1903 at 4 P.M._____Jno Buchanan C.C.L.C. Recorded Aug. 11, 1903 at 2 P.M.___________Jno Buchanan C.C.L.C. ____________________________________________By ? J Buchanan Dj
      Mrs. R. M. (Anne Culpepper) Hunt wrote 2 Oct 1978: There were four brothers & large families living in Lavaca Co. from my earliest recollection until about 1900. Uncle Daniel sold out there & went West near Devine Tex. & died there shortly after....
     Daniel's Will was included in a Medina Co., TX Deed (Book 42 pp. 16-19): The State of Texas___Be it remembered that on Monday the 4th day of County of Medina_____March, the same being the first Monday in the month of March 1901, there was begun and holden at the Court House thereof in the town of Hondo, a regular term of the Hon County Court for Probate Business, present the Hon. H. E. Haass, Co. Judge, August Kemph, County Clerk, Fritz Freriche, Sheriff, when the following among other proceedings was had to wit: Estate of D. F. Culpepper___In County Court Medina County, Texas __No_520_____Deceased_________________March Term 1901 On this 6th day of March 1904, came on to be heard the application of J. W. Holloway for the probate of the last will and testament of D. F. Culpepper, deceased. And it appearing to the Court that due notice had been given of said application in the manner and for the length of time required by law. And from the evidence it appearing to the Court that the Testator at the time he executed the will was at least twenty-one years of age, that he was of sound mind and that he is now dead and that said will was executed by the Testator with the formalities and solemnities and under the circumstances required by law to make it a valid will, and that said Testator was at the time of his death a resident citizen of Medina County Texas. And that he had never revoked said will it is therefore considered by the Court and so ordered, adjudged and decreed that said will be admitted to probate as the last will and testament of D. F. Culpepper deceased and the Clerk is hereby ordered to record said will together with the application for its probate and the testimony of the witnesses introduced for the purpose of establishing said will. And it appearing from said will that J. W. Holloway was named as Executor of said will without bond. And that the Testator provided that no action be taken in this Courf further than the probate of said will and the filing of an inventory, appraisement and list of claims of said estate. It is therefore ordered by the Court that C. B. Leinweber and H. P. Taylor and Joe Ney, resident citizens of Medina County Texas, be and are hereby appointed as appraisers of said estate. It is further ordered that letters testamentary issue to the said J. W. Holloway as Executor of said will upon his taking the oath required by law. And that upon the return of an inventory appraisement and list of claims of said estate and the payments of the Costs of Court, this estate be dropped from the docket. Last Will and Testament of D. F. Culpepper The State of Texas___Know all men by these presented that I D. F. County of Lavaca_____Culpepper of the County of Lavaca and State of Texas, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do make and publish this my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all wills by me at anytime heretofore made. First,- I direct that all of my just debts and funeral expenses be paid out of my personal estate if sufficient and if insufficient then I direct that the same be paid out of my real estate. Second,- I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife, Z. L. Culpepper, all of my estate, real and personal, and all rents and profits therefrom and all interest thereon for and during her natural life. Third,- After all my just debts and funeral expenses are fully paid as above directed, and after the death of my said wife Z. L. Culpepper, I direct that my executor pay to my daughter, Mattie Nichols the sum of One Dollar (1.00) and to each of the four minor children of my deceased daughter, Mary Ann Thames, the sum of One Dollar ($1.00). Fourth,- After satisfying all of the above bequests and paying my debts and funeral expenses, I give and bequeath all of the remainder of my estate, real, personal and mixed unto my three daughters, Tiny Culpepper, Cynthia Culpepper and Winnie Culpepper, share and share alike. In this my Last Will and Testament I do include all of my estate that I now own, as well as all of the estate that I may anytime hereafter acquire, whether the same be acquired by purchase, devise or descent and shall include all rights and chores(?) in action, whether the same be due at the date of my death or to thereafter become due. Fifth,- I do hereby make, constitute and appoint J. W. Halloway of the County of De Witt, in the State of Texas, my sole executor of this my Last Will and Testament, and I do expressly direct that he be not required to give bond as such executor. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this the 18th day of August A.D. 1898 in the presence of H. B. Leonard, W. L. Martin and M. G. Ranney who attest the same at my request. _____________________/s/ D. F. Culpepper The above and foregoing was now here subscribed by D. F. Culpepper, testator in our presence, and we at his request and in his presence sign our names hereto as attesting witnesses, the day and year first above written. _____________________/s/ H. B. Leonard _____________________/s/ W. L. Martin _____________________/s/ M. G. Ranney The State of Texas___I, August Kempf, Clerk of the County Court in County of Medina_____and for said County and State, do hereby Certify that the above is a true and correct copy of the Last Will and Testament of D. F. Culpepper, Deceased and the order of Court thereon admitting same to record, as same appears of record in my office in Book "C" No 9 on pages 222 to 226, Probate Minutes, Medina County, Texas. Given under my hand and the seal of my office at Hondo Texas this 21st day of January 1904. _____[seal]__________/s/ Aug Kempf _________________________Clerk County Court, Medina Co. Texas Filed for Record Jany 29, 1904 at 2 P.M. - Jno Buchanan C.C.L.S. Recorded_________Feby 3, 1904 at 11 AM - Jno Buchanan C.C.L.S. ___________________________________________By J. Ballard Deputy The State of Texas___Know all men by these Presents that we Zilphia County of Lavaca_____L. Culpepper, Tiny Burgin joined by my husband, J. D. Burgin, Cynthia J. Burgin joined by my husband Jim Burgin, and Winnie B. Burgin, wife of W. H. Burgin, surviving wife and children of D. F. Culpepper, of the County of Medina, State Texas for and in consideration of the sum of One Hundred Dollars paid and secured to be paid by Richard Hill as follows:- $5.00 cash to us in hand paid the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged and the further consideration of two promissory notes executed by the said Richard Hill on April 29th, 1902 and delivered to us. 1st note for the sum of $45.00 due Jany 1st, 1903. 2nd Note for the sum of $50.00 due Jany 1st 1904, each of said notes bearing 8% interest, per annum from their dates.- have granted, sold and conveyed, and by these presents do grant, sell and convey unto the said Richard Hill of the County of Lavaca and State of Texas, all that certain piece, parcel or tract of land lying and being situated in Lavaca County Texas and being Lot No 10 of the subdivision of a survey of 320 acres off of the A. Key Rendall survey, assignee of P. Mattern, orgiginal Grantee and further described by metes and bounds, as follows towit:- Beginning at the S.W. corner of the said 320 acre survey: then N.45 W. 509 yrs(?) to the N.W. corner of said survey: thence N.45 E. 202 yrs(?) to the W. corner of Lot No 9: thence S 45 E 559 yrs(?) to corner: thence S 85 W. 20 yrs(?) to the place of beginning, containing 20 acres of land. To Have and to Hold the above described premises together with all and singular, the rights and appurtenances thereto in anywise belonging unto the said Richard Hill his heirs and assigns forever. And we do hereby bind ourselves, our heirs, executors and administrators to warrant and forever defend, all and singular the said premises unto the said Richard Hill, his heirs and assigns aquaint every person whomsoever lawfully or to claim the same or any part thereof. But it is expressly agreed and stipulated that the Vendors Lien is retained against the above described property, premises and improvements, until the above described notes and all interest thereon are fully paid according to their face and tenor(?), effect and reading when this deed shall become absolute. Witness our hands this 9th day of January A.D. 1904 _____/s/ Jim Burgin_______________/s/ Zilpha L. Culpepper _____/s/ Cynthia J. Burgin________/s/ Tiny Burgin _____/s/ W. H. Burgin_____________/s/ J. D. Burgin _____/s/ Winnie B. Burgin The State of Texas___Before me A. M. Lamm, A Justice of the County of Medina_____Peace and Ex-Officio Notary Public in and for Medina County Texas, on this day personally appeared Zilpha L. Culpepper, a feme sole J. D. Burgin, Jim Burgin and W. H. Burgin, all of whom are known to me to be persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and acknowledged to me that they executed the sam for the purposes and consideration therin expressed. Given under my hand and seal of office this 11th day of January AD 1904 _____[seal]__________/s/ A. M. Lamm _________________________J.P. & Ex officio Notary Public in & for _________________________Medina County Texas The State of Texas___Before me A.M. Lamm a Justice of the Peace County of Medina_____& Ex-officio Notary Public in and for Medina County Texas, on this day personally appeared Tiny Burgin, wife of J. D. Burgin, Cynthia J. Burgin, wife of Jim Burgin and Winnie B. Burgin, wife of W. H. Burgin, all of whom are known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the foregoing instrument, and having the same by me fully explained to them, they the said Tiny Burgin, Cynthia J. Burgin & Winnie B. Burgin acknowledged such instrument to be their act and deed and declared that they had willingly signed the same for the purposes and consideration therein expressed and that they did not wish to retract it. Given under my hand and seal of office this 11th day of January AD 1904 _____[seal]__________/s/ A M Lamm a JP & Ex-officio _________________________Notary Public in & for Medina County Texas. 

Family 1

Mary Ann Guthrie (1839 - 1862)
Marriage*16 Aug 1855 He married Mary Ann Guthrie at Lavaca Co., Texas, on 16 Aug 1855 at age 29.4 
Children

Family 2

Zilpha L. Reeder (18 Mar 1839 - 21 May 1904)
Marriage*18 Sep 1872 He married Zilpha L. Reeder at Lavaca Co., Texas, on 18 Sep 1872 at age 46.7 
Children
ChartsHenry Culpeper of Lower Norfolk: DNA Status Chart (Male only, 8 generations)
John Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited18 Oct 2008

Citations

  1. 1830 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 339, Duprees Twp, Talbot Co., GA
    Francis G. Culpepper, 1 M20-30, 3 F0-5 (sic), 1 F20-30.
  2. 1840 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 179, Ancestry.com images 21-22, Unknown Township, Chambers Co., AL
    Francis Culpepper, 2 M0-5, 2 M5-10, 3 M10-15, 1 M30-40, 2 F0-5, 1 F5-10, 1 F30-40, 0 slaves.
  3. 1850 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 52, Family 368, Lines 14-17, Southern Division, Marshall Co., MS (#36180)
    Mary K. Hardin, 53, F, RE=$2100, KY
    Thos C. Hardin, 20, M, Farmer, KY
    Rachel F. Hardin, 18, F, KY
    Daniel Culpepper, 23, M, Farmer, SC.
  4. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8795
    Lavaca Co., TX: Daniel Culpepper and Mary Ann Guthrie, 16 Aug 1855, Book I, p. 155.
  5. 1860 Federal Census, United States.
    Enumerated twice in 1860 census at Hallettsville PO, Lavaca Co., TX
    Sheet 35, Pg 200B (19 Jun 1860) (Anc.com img# 36)
    Daniel Culpepper, 35, M, GA, RE=$1200, PE=$1000, Farmer (ID: 32383)
    Mary Culpepper, 25, F, KY
    Martha Culpepper, 3, F, TX
    Sheet 95-96, Pg 230A-B, (19 Jul 1860) (Anc.com img# 95-96)
    Daniel Culpepper, 34, M, GA, RE=$600, PE=$1000, Farmer
    Mary Culpepper, 18, F, GA
    Martha Culpepper, 2, F, TX.
  6. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Sheet/Pg 134, Pg 473 (15 Jul 1870), Lavaca Co., TX
    Frank Culpepper, 66, M, SC, RE=$1500, PE=$1500, Farmer
    Egletine Culpepper, 60, F, SC
    Shadrick D. Culpepper, 36, M, GA
    Amanda Culpepper, 28, F, AL
    Georgia Culpepper, 19, F, MS
    Mattie Culpepper, 11, F, TX
    Nancy A. Culpepper, 9, F, TX
    Daniel F. Culpepper, 45, M, AL, Stock-Raiser
    John Holly, 22, M, MO, Works on Farm.
  7. Texas Department of State Health Services, compiler, Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8795
    Lavaca Co., TX: Daniel F. Culpepper and Mrs. Zilpha L. Holloway, 18 Sep 1872, Book II, p. 158.
  8. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 79, Sheet 28, Pg 421B, Pct 3, Lavaca Co., TX
    Daniel Culpepper, M, 54, Head, M, Farmer, GA SC SC
    Zilpha Culpepper, F, 41, Wife, M, AL NC NC
    Tina Culpepper, F, 7, Dau, S, TX GA AL
    Blanche Culpepper, F, 6, Dau, S, TX GA AL
    Cintha J. Culpepper, F, 2, Dau, S, TX GA AL
    Ira G. Culpepper, M, 10/12 (Aug), S, TX GA AL
    Joseph Holloway, M, 18, S-Son, S, Farmer, AL GA AL
    Gibson Grant, M, 21, n/a, S, Farmer, AL NC NC.
  9. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 87, Sheet 2B, Pg 116A, Pct 3, Gen.com Img 4, Old Sweet Home, Lavaca Co., TX
    Daniel Culpepper, Head, M, Dec-1825, 74, md-27 yrs, GA SC SC, Farmer
    Ziffhia Culpepper, Wife, F, Mar-1839, 61, md-27 yrs, Ch 7/3, AL NC NC
    Sinthia Culpepper, Daughter, F, Aug-1877, 22, S, TX GA AL
    Winnie Culpepper, Daughter, F, Nov-1882, 17, S, TX GA AL
    John H. Henderson, Vister, M, Jun-1847, 51, md-15, MD MD MD, Farmer.