Pleasant T. Culpepper
Male, #4243, (12 Nov 1872 - 7 Dec 1906)
|Nickname|| || Pleasant T. Culpepper also went by the name of Pleas. |
|Birth*||12 Nov 1872 ||Pleasant was born at Arkansas on 12 Nov 1872. |
|Marriage*||circa 1901 ||He married Virginia Sanders at Jefferson Co., Arkansas, circa 1901.1 |
|Birth of Son||19 May 1906 ||His son Jefferson Davis Culpepper was born on 19 May 1906 at Jefferson Co., Arkansas. |
|Death*||7 Dec 1906 ||He died at Pine Bluff, Jefferson Co., Arkansas, on 7 Dec 1906 at age 34.2 |
|Burial*||circa 9 Dec 1906 ||His body was interred circa 9 Dec 1906 at Culpepper Cemetery, Cleveland Co., Arkansas. |
|Biography*|| ||Arkansas Gazette: PLEAS CULPEPPER DEAD -- Had Been Prominent in Politics of Jefferson County for Years -- Special to the Gazette. Pine Bluff, Dec. 8 - Justice of the Peace Pleas Culpepper of this city died last night. Judge Culpepper has been in ill health for some time and during the past summer made a trip to the gulf in a vain effort to regain his health. Judge Culpepper died at the family residence, 1011 Mulberry, and the remains were taken this morning to his old home at Kedron. Judge Culpepper had been closely identified with Jefferson county politics. He held the position of deputy sheriff during the administration of Mayor McCay. He was recently appointed justice of the peace by Gov. Davis and was later elected to the same position. He was 34 years old and leaves a wife and one child. |
- Book I, p. 334.
- Arkansas Biographical Card File Index, 1819-1950, LDS Film 1926895.
Arkansas Gazette, 9 Dec 1906, Section 1, p. 2, col. 2, was a Justice of the Peace in Pine Bluff.