Rev. George Bright Culpepper1

Male, #33303, (29 Mar 1866 - 12 Oct 1948)
Father*James Marion Culpepper M.D. (1 Feb 1823 - 11 Feb 1898)
Mother*Lucinda Brooks O'Daniel (18 Sep 1825 - 31 Jan 1910)
Birth*29 Mar 1866 George was born at Joiner's Courtground, Taylor Co., Georgia, on 29 Mar 1866.2,3 
Photographed*circa 1870 He was photographed circa 1870 at Macon Co., Georgia.4
1870 Census1 Jun 1870 Lucinda, John, Augustus, Josephus, Martha, Nancy and George listed as a household member living with James Marion Culpepper M.D. on the 1870 Census at Macon Co., Georgia.5 
1880 Census1 Jun 1880 Josephus and George was listed as a son in James Marion Culpepper M.D.'s household on the 1880 Census at Macon Co., Georgia.6 
Marriage*11 Apr 1888 He married Carlotta Belle Harper at Centerary Church, Macon, Bibb Co., Georgia, on 11 Apr 1888 at age 22. John Butler Culpepper D.Div., as minister, performed the marriage.7,8,9 
Death of Spouse11 Aug 1888 His wife Carlotta Belle Harper died on 11 Aug 1888 at Butler, Taylor Co., Georgia.10,11 
Marriage*18 Dec 1889 He married Ida Kate Merritt at Marion Co., Georgia, on 18 Dec 1889 at age 23.12 
Birth of SonOct 1890 His son William LaFayette Culpepper was born in Oct 1890 at Lorena, McLennan Co., Texas.13 
Death of SonNov 1890 His son William LaFayette Culpepper died in Nov 1890 at Lorena, McLennan Co., Texas.14 
Death of Spouse6 Apr 1892 His wife Ida Kate Merritt died on 6 Apr 1892.15 
Marriage*25 Dec 1892 He married Lillian Mattox Shepard at Brunswick, Glynn Co., Georgia, on 25 Dec 1892 at age 26.16 
Birth of Son9 Nov 1897 His son Caughey Branham Culpepper was born on 9 Nov 1897 at Brunswick, Glynn Co., Georgia.17,18,19 
Death of Father11 Feb 1898 His father James Marion Culpepper M.D. died on 11 Feb 1898 at Butler, Taylor Co., Georgia
Birth of Son4 Dec 1899 His son George Bacon Culpepper was born on 4 Dec 1899 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.20,21,19 
1900 Census*1 Jun 1900 George was listed as the head of a family on the 1900 Census at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.22 
Birth of Son6 Jun 1901 His son John Shepard Culpepper was born on 6 Jun 1901 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.23,24,25 
Photographedcirca 1903 He was photographed circa 1903 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia,
The Rev. George Bright Culpepper, standing, with children Caughey Branham, born 1897; Marion, born 1895; George Bacon, born 1899; and in front, John Shepard, born 1901.4
George Bright Culpepper family
Birth of Son27 Jan 1904 His son Thomas Jackson Culpepper was born on 27 Jan 1904 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.26 
Birth of Son30 Apr 1907 His son Charles Frederick Culpepper was born on 30 Apr 1907 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.27,28 
Death of Mother31 Jan 1910 His mother Lucinda Brooks O'Daniel died on 31 Jan 1910 at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.29 
1910 Census*15 Apr 1910 George was listed as the head of a family on the 1910 Census at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.30 
1920 Census*1 Jan 1920 George was listed as the head of a family on the 1920 Census at Fort Valley, Houston Co., Georgia.31 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 George was listed as a father in George Bacon Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Fort Valley, Peach Co., Georgia.32 
Death*12 Oct 1948 He died at Fort Valley, Peach Co., Georgia, on 12 Oct 1948 at age 82.33 
Burial*circa 14 Oct 1948 His body was interred circa 14 Oct 1948 at Oaklawn Cemetery, Fort Valley, Peach Co., Georgia.3 
Biography* Mrs. John (Dorothy Culpepper) Wingfield preserved a 25 page typed manuscript "ONE FAMILY - CULPEPPER" written by her grandfather, Rev. George Bright Culpepper, who wrote: If I don't do this it will never be done, for I am the only living person who knows how to do it - and I am not sure that I know how. I know there are many branches of the Culpepper family. I shall only undertake, in some manner, to look into my particular branch....
GEORGE BRIGHT CULPEPPER
This brings me to March 29, 1866, the Time, and to the Lindsay Place at Joiner's Courtground, Taylor County, Georgia, the Place, when and where a son was born to James Marion Culpepper and Lucinda Brooks Culpepper, the fourth son and eighth child. This son was given the name of George Bright, after his great-uncle, George Washington Culpepper, and a Methodist preacher named John Bright. This son was baptized in infancy by Reverend Wyatt Brooks; joined the Methodist Church at old Turner's Chapel on Pleasant Ridge in Macon County, Georgia, when he was 12 years old during the ministry of Reverend John M. Potter; was licensed to preach in Mulberry Street Church in Macon, Georgia. He was not a member of Mulberry Street; but of Centenary Church, Macon, a daughter of Mulberry. Reverend W. F. Smith was pastor of Centenary; Reverend T. R. Kendall was pastor of Mulberry and Reverend John B. McGhee was the Presiding Elder of the Macon District. The license was dated in November 1886. The following year, 1887, he was Manager of the Methodist Orphans Home, located in Macon, Georgia, and also went with his brother, Reverend John B. Culpepper, to the following places doing some evangelistic work: Louisville, Ga; Liveoak, Fla; Ocala, Fla; Madison, Fla; Muskeegee, Ala; Opelika, Ala; Uniontown, Ala; West Point, Ga; Hawkinsville, Ga; Paducah, Ky. At the close of 1887 he decided to go with his brother for the next year, 1888; and started the year with that intention, having gone to Jacksonville for the last meeting of 1887. From now on my part of the Culpepper history, dealing with myself and children and grandchildren, will be written in the first person. I am now 76 years old. I have been married three times; as follows: On the evening of April 11, 1888, I was married to Miss Carlotta Belle Harper in old Centenary Church, Macon, Georgia, Reverend John B. Culpepper officiating. My brother and his wife and my wife and I went in May to Cave Springs, Georgia, and conducted a meeting for Reverend B. F. Fraser. From there we went to Glen Addie, a suburb of Anniston, Alabama, where we conducted a meeting for Reverend S. P. West. Just before Cave Springs we went to Greenville, Alabama, and conducted a meeting for Reverend G. W. Roper. From Glen Addie Church we went to First Church, Anniston, to assist Reverend Alonzo Monk, in a revival. Here I received a wire that my wife was ill and for me to come at once. Our wives had gone to visit sister, Mrs. H. C. Brewton, at Cataula, Georgia. I met them in Columbus, and we went to my father's home in Butler, he being a doctor. There on August 11th, just four months after my marriage, my wife died of typhoid fever. I had decided to enter the Annual Conference and did so in December of that year, 1888, at Eastman, Georgia, Bishop W. W. Duncan presiding. I was assigned to the Marion Circuit for the year 1889 - embracing territory in Marion, Webster, and Chattahoochee Counties. In December of that year, on December 18th, I was married to Miss Ida Kate Merritt, daughter of Reverend W. B. Merritt, a local elder living near Dranesville in Marion County. Bishop Key had transferred me to the Northwest Texas Conference and on the morning of December 23, we left Macon, Georgia, for Lorena, Texas, which town was 13 miles south of Waco. Here the next October, there was born to us a son. We gave to him the name of William LaFayette - after the brother of my wife and my own brother. This son only lived about six weeks; and is buried in Lorena cemetery at Lorena, Texas. At that Annual Conference I asked for a transfer back to Georgia and returned to the South Georgia Conference. That took us to 1891 and we were sent to the Taylor's Creek Circuit in Liberty County, Georgia. At the close of that year I was assigned to the Richland Circuit - composed of the churches at Richland, Weston, Preston and Parrott. This year in March a daughter was born to us and we gave her the name of Catherine Carlotta. My wife contracted pneumonia and died in April of 1892, and is buried in Richland, Georgia. In June of that year the little daughter died and is buried beside her mother. She was three months old. On the Taylor's Creek Circuit, the year before, I had met a young and beautiful widow, Mrs. Lillian Mattox Sheppard. She was the widow of Reverend J. E. Sheppard; who had died while I was in Texas in 1890. Her maiden name was also Shepard; but one family used two p's in spelling the name and the other family used only one. In October 1892 my sister, Mrs. H. C. Brewton, persuaded me to go with her down to Tattnall County Campmeeting. This was in the month of October 1892. The father of the lady I had gone so far to see lived in Reidsville, Tattnall County, Georgia, and the lady was an assistant in the school in that town. My brother-in- law went over to see the family on Friday before the 4th Sunday in October. After a very pleasant visit, we returned to the town of Belleville where lived the sister of my brother-in-law, went to campmeeting Saturday, and on Sunday Mrs. Sheppard came to the campground and by previous arrangement went to the tent of Mrs. D. M. Bradley (sister of H. C. Brewton, my brother-in-law) for dinner. I persuaded her to allow me to take her to her home in Reidsville in the afternoon and I told her why I was there to see her. She listened but objected that she was never going to marry again; and she was so definite that she would not even agree to correspond. I left Belleville on Monday and went back to my circuit, a very much disappointed man. On the following Monday my sister, Mrs. H. C. Brewton, sent me a letter which had been sent to her in Lumpkin, Georgia. This letter was from Mrs. Sheppard and said, after consideration, she would correspond with me if I so desired. I so desired. I commenced the correspondence that day. The courtship progressed until, on the 25th day of December, 1892, in the home of Mrs. Belle McDonald, in Brunswick, Georgia, Mrs. Lillian Mattox Sheppard and Reverend George B. Culpepper were married by Reverend Ed F. Cook, now living in Macon, Georgia, (Oct. 2, 1942). My wife was the gift of God to me, for which not in time or Eternity will I be able to show my gratitude. The Annual Conference held in Columbus, Georgia, had already assigned me to the Willacoochee Circuit, the head of which was Willacoochee, Georgia, in Coffee, County, Georgia. My wife and I remained in Brunswick until the last night of December, when we boarded the train for our parsonage in Willacoochee. We arrived there at midnight and were met by one of the stewards, John McCranie. The next day we took possession of the parsonage. There we kept house until the following December. Conference was held in Dawson and Bishop Charles Galloway presided. Wife and I attended. For the year, 1894, I was sent to Hamilton Circuit in Harris County, Georgia. We had a good year and a fine class of people. I asked to be sent nearer Brunswick in order that we might be nearer my wife's people. I was sent to the Waresboro Circuit. I went and looked the charge over and on account of the condition of my health, coupled with the size of the circuit, I decided not to undertake the work, and Dr. Dowman, who was Presiding Elder, relieved me for the year, 1895.... The South Georgia Annual Conference for 1895 was held in Fort Valley, Georgia, in December, and I was assigned to the East Highlands and Midland work, the parsonage being in the city of Columbus where I preached three Sundays in the month and one at Midland. At the end of 1896 I asked for a location. It was granted and we went to live in Brunswick. For the year 1897 I did evangelistic work, running revival meetings at various points in the Conference. After doing evangelistic work through the years 1897 and 1898, I applied for readmission into the Conference and was readmitted and sent to Wrightsville Circuit, surrounding Wrightsville, Georgia, in Johnson County. My wife and I had two children, Marion and Caughey. Went there and started the year's work but I soon found that it was too heavy for me and I asked Reverend O. A. Thrower, the Presiding Elder, to relieve me. He did, and in March of 1899 we went to Butler to live with my mother. I had nothing and found that I would not be able to make a living there for my family. We decided to settle in Fort Valley. I rented a house and went to writing insurance.
      According to p. 228 of the History of Peach County , in 1898, the George Bright Culpepper family moved to Fort Valley which at that time was in Houston County, GA. This portion of Houston County would become part of Peach County, July 18, 1924. "Reverend Mr. Culpepper retired from the itinerancy for health reasons and served as a local preacher for fifty years. Among his writings was a book he published, King Solomon's Son ".
      The following is a summary of his work as a minister from p. 131 of Methodist Preachers of GA 1783-1900 compiled and edited by Rev. Harold Lawrence, member of the North GA Conference of the United Methodist Church: 1888 OT; 1890 FC Deacon; 1892 Elder. S. GA. CONFERENCE: Marion Cir. (Columbus); 1890 t/t N.W. TEXAS CONFERENCE t/t/ S. GA. CONFERENCE: 1891 Taylor's Creek (Brunswick); 1892 Richland (Americus); 1893 Willachoochee (Cordele); 1894 Hamilton (Columbus); 1895 Waresboro (Waycross); 1896 E. Highland & Midland (Columbus); 1897 Located; 1898 Readmitted; 1899 Wrightsville Cir. (Dublin); 1900 Located. "Abide With Me," (poem) WCA , v56, n9, 3-2-1892, p.5. "What Is Heaven," (poem), WCA , v55, n27, 7-8-1891, p.5.
      Mrs. John D. (Dorothy Culpepper) Wingfield reminisced about her grandfather in an 11 Jun 1994 letter: George Bright's sons & daughters were crazy about him.... I liked him. When I was 13 or 14 & was sad because my nose was big... he examined my nose & said I had "a beautiful Roman nose" (I wasn't convinced but he tried to be & it made me feel better). He would sit by the fire & poke it & tell interesting stories & sing.
      The tombstone lists "Rev. George Bright Culpepper." 

Family 1

Carlotta Belle Harper (14 Oct 1868 - 11 Aug 1888)
Marriage*11 Apr 1888 He married Carlotta Belle Harper at Centerary Church, Macon, Bibb Co., Georgia, on 11 Apr 1888 at age 22. John Butler Culpepper D.Div., as minister, performed the marriage.7,8,9 

Family 2

Ida Kate Merritt (1 Nov 1863 - 6 Apr 1892)
Marriage*18 Dec 1889 He married Ida Kate Merritt at Marion Co., Georgia, on 18 Dec 1889 at age 23.12 
Children

Family 3

Lillian Mattox Shepard (13 Sep 1871 - 18 Nov 1939)
Marriage*25 Dec 1892 He married Lillian Mattox Shepard at Brunswick, Glynn Co., Georgia, on 25 Dec 1892 at age 26.16 
Children
ChartsJohn Culpepper of Randolph Co, AL: Descendant Chart
Last Edited1 Aug 2004

Citations

  1. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    25 page, typed manuscript, unpublished.
  2. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 11 'Lindsay Place.'
  3. Oak Lawn Cemetery Records, Fort Valley, Peach Co., GA.
    Rev. George Bright Culpepper, 29 Mar 1866 - 12 Oct 1948.
  4. Correspondence from Dorothy Alice Culpepper (#20589), Perry, GA, to Lew Griffin, 1993.
  5. 1870 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 535B, Family 1198, Oglethorpe PO, Macon Co., GA
    J. M. Culpepper, 46, M, Physician, $1100/$1000, GA
    Lucinda Culpepper, 42, F, GA
    John B. Culpepper, 21, M, GA
    Augustus L. Culpepper, 16, M, GA
    Josephus R. Culpepper, 12, M, GA
    Martha J. Culpepper, 11, F, GA
    Nancy C. Culpepper, 8, F, GA
    George B, Culpepper, 4, M, GA
    Frances Rodgers, 15, F, GA.
  6. 1880 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 40, Pages 643A-644A (11,13), Family 105, District 757, Macon Co., GA
    James Culpepper, Self, M, Md, 57, Physician, GA/SC/SC (ID: 32364)
    Lucinda Culpepper, Wife, F, Md, 54, Keeping House, GA/GA/GA
    Josephus Culpepper, Son, M, S, 22, --- , GA/GA/GA
    Martha Culpepper, Dau, F, S, 20, --- , GA/GA/GA
    Nancy Culpepper, Dau, F, S, 18, --- , GA/GA/GA
    George Culpepper, Son, M, S, 14, Farm Laborer, GA/GA/GA
    [The actual census images on microfilm, and as reproduced on the Web, have a spurious page inserted between the first three names in this family (at the bottom of Page 643A and the last three names (at the top of Page 644A). The error can be seen by inspecting the Family Number.].
  7. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 12.
  8. Butler Herald, Vol. 12 No. 24 17 April 1888
    .
    Married-At Centenary Church in Macon, on April 11, Rev. George B. Culpepper to Miss Carlotta Harper were united in marriage; Rev. John B. Culpepper, officiating. Groom is the son of Dr. J.M. Culpepper of Taylor County(Groom is a writer for the newspaper and is called "Zanthippus".).
  9. Bibb County Court of the Ordinary, Bibb Co., GA Marriages Index, 1823-1963, Salt Lake City, UT: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah , 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. FHL US/CAN Film # 394,094.
    George B. Culpepper and Carlotta B. Harper on 11 Apr 1888 by John B. Culpepper in Bibb Co., GA, Book G-228.
  10. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 13 at J. M. Culpepper house but.
  11. Harold Lawrence, Methodist Preachers of GA 1783-1900, United Methodist Church, North GA Conference.
    p 131 has 10.
  12. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 13; loc LDS IGI Batch 8804805 Sheet 79.
  13. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 13.
  14. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 13 'This son only lived about six weeks.'
  15. Harold Lawrence, Methodist Preachers of GA 1783-1900, United Methodist Church, North GA Conference.
    p 131.
  16. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 14 'in the home of Mrs. Belle McDonald' by Rev. Ed F. Cook.
  17. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 16; POB.
  18. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 17 'the Mott Place on Monk Street.'
  19. 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
  20. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 17 'the Branch House.'
  21. Oak Lawn Cemetery Records, Fort Valley, Peach Co., GA.
    George Bacon Culpepper, 4 Dec 1899 - 7 Oct 1972.
  22. 1900 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 10, Page 120B (12), Family 316, Fort Valley, Houston Co., GA
    George Culpepper, Head, M, Mar 1866, 34, Md 7 yrs., GA/GA/GA, Life Ins. Agt.
    Lillian Culpepper, Wife, F, Aug 1871, 28, Md 7 yrs, ch 3/3, GA/GA/GA
    Marion Culpepper, Daughter, F, Jan 1895, 5, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Branham Culpepper, Son, M, Nov 1897, 3, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Geo. B. W. Culpepper, Son, M, Nov 1899, 6/12, Sng, GA/GA/GA.
  23. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 18 'the Brick House' west side of Knoxville Street.
  24. Oak Lawn Cemetery Records, Fort Valley, Peach Co., GA.
    John Shepard Culpepper, 6 Jun 1901 - 20 Aug 1977.
  25. State of Florida Health Department / Office of Vital Records, compiler, Florida Death Index, 1936-1998, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2004.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=7338
    John S. Culpepper, Duval Co., FL, White, 06 Jun 1901 - 20 Aug 1977.
  26. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 20.
  27. George Bright Culpepper, One Family - Culpepper, James Marion Culpepper family, 25 page, typed manuscript, unpub., 8 Oct 1942.
    p 21 'the Skellie House' corner of College & Green.
  28. Oak Lawn Cemetery Records, Fort Valley, Peach Co., GA.
    Charles Frederick Culpepper, 30 Apr 1907 - 21 Dec 1974 (Wife was Alice Elizabeth Long).
  29. Oak Lawn Cemetery Records, Fort Valley, Peach Co., GA.
    Lucinda O'Daniel Culpepper, Wife of Dr. J. M. Culpepper, 18 Sep 1825 - 31 Jan 1910.
  30. 1910 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 42, Page 2B, Lines 68-77, Fort Valley, Houston Co., GA
    George B. Culpepper Sr, Head, M, 44, Md3-17 yrs, GA/GA/GA, Real Est. Agt.
    Lillian Culpepper, Wife, F, 38, Md2-17 yrs, ch 7/6, GA/GA/GA
    Marion Culpepper, Daughter, F, 15, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Charley M. Culpepper, Son, M, 13, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    George B. Culpepper Jr., Son, M, 11, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    John S. Culpepper, Son, M, 9, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Thomas J. Culpepper, Son, M, 7, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Charles L. Culpepper, Son, M, 3, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Joseph R. Culpepper, Brother, M, 53, Sng, GA/GA/GA, Book Agt
    Carrie C. Culpepper, Sister, F, 49, Sng, GA/GA/GA.
  31. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 44, Page 2A, Lines 20-29, College St., Fort Valley, Houston Co., GA
    Geo B. Culpepper, Head, M, 53, Md, GA/GA/GA, Insurance Agt.
    Lilla Culpepper, Wife, F, 48, Md, GA/GA/GA
    Caughey Culpepper, Son, M, 22, Md, GA/GA/GA, Insurance Agt
    Vesta Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, 22, Md, GA/GA/GA
    George Culpepper, Son, M, 20, Md, GA/GA/GA, Clerk/Federal Govt
    Mary Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, 19, Md, GA/GA/GA
    John Culpepper, Son, M, 18, Sng, GA/GA/GA, Clerk/Railway
    Thomas Culpepper, Son, M, 16, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Charles Culpepper, Son, M, 12, Sng, GA/GA/GA
    Carrie Culpepper, Sister, F, 58, Sng, GA/GA/GA.
  32. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 3, page 2A; Everette Square, Fort Valley, GA, Home=$3500, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    George B. Culpepper, Head, M, W, 30, M, md @ 19, GA, GA, GA, Attorney at law
    E. Mary Culpepper, Wife, F, W, 29, M, md @ 18, AL, AL, AL
    B. George Culpepper III, Son, M, W, 9, S, GA, GA, AL
    L. Mary Culpepper, Daughter, F, W, 5, S, GA, GA, AL
    George B. Culpepper, Father, M, W, 64, M, md @ 37[sic], GA, GA, GA, Preacher
    M. Lillian Culpepper, Mother, F, W, 58, M, md @ 22, GA, GA, GA.
  33. 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
    G. B. Culpepper Sr., 12 Oct 1948 at 83 years in Peach Co., GA; Res. in Peach Co., GA.