Richard H. Conner1

Male, #3411, (27 Dec 1825 - 24 Oct 1906)
Father*Torrence Culpepper Conner (c 1790 - )
Mother*Nertilda Hockett (s 1792 - )
Birth*27 Dec 1825 Richard was born on 27 Dec 1825. 
Marriage*6 Mar 1853 He married Martha Jane Culpepper at Dooly Co., Georgia, on 6 Mar 1853 at age 27.2 
Death of Spouse23 Aug 1857 His wife Martha Jane Culpepper died on 23 Aug 1857 at Dooly Co., Georgia
Marriage1 Aug 1858 He married Susan E. Monroe at Columbia, Houston Co., Alabama, on 1 Aug 1858 at age 32.3 
1860 Census*9 Jul 1860 Richard was listed as the head of a family on the 1860 Census at Decatur Co., Georgia
Civil War*between 1862 and 1865 He served in the War Between the States between 1862 and 1865

     Carpenter in Company B, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment.4 
Death*24 Oct 1906 He died at Conecuh Co., Alabama, on 24 Oct 1906 at age 80.4 
Burial*circa 25 Oct 1906 His body was interred circa 25 Oct 1906 at Cedar Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Cedar Creek, Conecuh Co., Alabama
Biography* CONNER, Richard H., Private, Company B, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment
     8th day of February 1907 Susan E. Conner filed a Widow's Pension Application where she states that Richard H. Conner died October 24, 1906 in Conecuh County Alabama. It also stated that Richard was a member of Company B, 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment and was listed as a Carpenter on the Confederate Rolls. His Confederate Unit constructed structures, as needed for the Confederate Army. It stated Susan E. Conner also made the statement that he had fallen from a Tower he was building for the Confederate Army and was left with a limp and a serious "Hip Injury." Later on in years he could not walk at times due to this injury.
     It states, Susan E. Conner was formerly on the 3rd Class Pension Roll of Conecuh County, Ala. Pension Roll #28841 on November of 1913. She was removed from the Pension Rolls by the Alabama State Board of Pension Examiners due to the board not being able to locate the Confederate Records of her husband Richard H. Conner.
     Pension Application filed by Susan E. Conner, in Conecuh County, Alabama on July 6 1915 for the Reinstatement of her Pension, as a Widow of her husband Richard H. Conner. Her "Request for Reinstatement" was given on the 6th of 1915 and has credible persons of witness, who state what Confederate Unit Richard H. Conner served in. M. C. Kirkland, a Confederate Veteran states that Richard H. Conner served as a Private in Company B 6th Alabama Regiment. There are also two other credible persons who witness and sign the Application. I believe M. C. Kirkland was a Pastor of Cedar Creek Baptist Church. Susan E. Monroe also states she was born on the 2nd day of April 1829. On the 6th of July 1915 she was "Reinstated" by the Board of Pension Examiners and given 3rd class pay of 97.60 per month as a Confederate Widow.
     Julia Ledyard, e-mail address.4 


Martha Jane Culpepper (18 Jun 1837 - 23 Aug 1857)
Marriage*6 Mar 1853 He married Martha Jane Culpepper at Dooly Co., Georgia, on 6 Mar 1853 at age 27.2 
Last Edited18 Oct 2008


  1. E-mail written 1999 and 2000 to Lew Griffin from Julia G. Leyard.
  2. Dooly County Court of the Ordinary, Dooly Co. GA Marriages, 1846-1901, Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Society of Utah , 1964, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Film # 366,650 & 366,651.
    Jane Culpepper and Richard H. Conner on 6 Mar 1853 in Dooly Co., GA.
  3. By John Parker, witnessed by A. J. Armstrong and Harriet E. Monroe.
  4. 6th Alabama Infantry Regiment, Company B Roster