William Dela Shumate1

Male, #38281, (circa 1881 - )
Birth*circa 1881 William was born at Georgia circa 1881. William Dela Shumate was the son of Berryman Dela Shumate. Berryman was born 4 Apr 1849 in Cedartown, Polk Co., Georgia, died 11 May 1935 in Montezuma, Macon Co., GA, and was buried in the old Felton Cemetery, Montezuma, Georgia. He married (1) Mattie Burnam and had one daughter, and (2) Michael Horne on 7 Mar 1875 with whom he had 7 children. Berryman lived in Birmingham, AL and was one of the pioneer builders of the Ensley District of Birmingham, AL.
     Berryman was the son of Mason Pyron Shumate and Nancy Mangum. According to oral family history, a few years after the Civil War, Pyron Shumate died. The oldest son John Will Shumate, went away to Civil War and his mother took his siblings and left the Atlanta area for a safer place to live. She went to Montezuma, but when John came back from the service he didn't like the gnats/climate and moved to the Thomaston, Upson Co., GA area where he became the "father" of the Thomastonline. I assume that Pyron is probably buried somewhere in the Dekalb Co., GA or Polk Co., GA area. He was born in Dekalb Co., GA but his son Berryman D. Shumate was born in Cedartown, Polk Co., GA. Nancy is buried in the old Felton Cemetery in Montezuma, GA.
     Mason Pyron Shumate was the son of Berryman Dela Shumate and Thurza Farrar, both of whom died in Dekalb Co., GA.
     This elder Berryman Dela Shumate was the son of Mason Shumate and Nancy Gatewood, both of whom are buried in Decatur Cemetery, Decatur, Dekalb Co, GA. They were a pioneer family arriving in Dekalb Co., GA in 1824.2,3 
Marriage*circa 1904 He married Arlena M. Culpepper circa 1904.3 
Birth of Son11 Jul 1906 His son Hudson Berryman Shumate Sr. was born on 11 Jul 1906 at Jefferson Co., Alabama.4 
Birth of Soncirca 1908 His son William Donald Shumate was born circa 1908 at Jefferson Co., Alabama.3 
1930 Census*1 Apr 1930 William was listed as the head of a family on the 1930 Census at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama.3 

Family

Arlena M. Culpepper
Children
Last Edited29 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999, 2000, 2010 to Culpepper Connections from Janet Smyly (#61246), e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Feb-Jul 2006 to Warren Culpepper from Frances Greene, e-mail address.
  3. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 96, Sheet 23B, Lines 57-64, 1720 28th St, Birmingham, Jefferson Co., AL (11 Apr 1930)
    Home=$3000, Radio=Y, Farm=N
    William W. Shumate, Head, M, Wh, 48, md@23, GA/GA/GA, Accountant/Steel Plant, Vet=No
    Lena Shumate, Wife, F, Wh, 46, md@21, GA/GA/GA
    Don W. Shumate, Son, M, Wh, 21, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Ann Shumate, Dau, F, Wh, 14, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Eleanor Shumate, Dau, F, Wh, 11, sng, AL/GA/GA
    Hudson W. Culpepper, (Father-in-law) Head, M, Wh, 74, md@22, GA/GA/GA
    Josie Culpepper, (Mother-in-law) Wife, F, Wh, 74, md@22, GA/GA/SC
    Frank Culpepper, (Brother-in-law) Son, M, Wh, 34, sng, AL/GA/GA.
  4. 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
  5. E-mail written May 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Deanna Owen Shumate (#52349), 8034 Rockhampton Circle, Helena, AL 35080, e-mail address (as of June 2008).
  6. E-mail written May 2005 to Warren Culpepper from Deanna Owen Shumate (#52349), 8034 Rockhampton Circle, Helena, AL 35080, e-mail address (as of June 2008).
    From Nancy Ridley.

Cecil Dean Gaines1

Male, #38282, (22 Apr 1885 - Nov 1967)
Birth*22 Apr 1885 Cecil was born on 22 Apr 1885.2 
Marriage*say 1911 He married Minnie Lou Culpepper say 1911. 
Death*Nov 1967 He died at Birmingham, Jefferson Co., Alabama, in Nov 1967 at age 82.2 

Family

Minnie Lou Culpepper
Last Edited6 Dec 2005

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999, 2000, 2010 to Culpepper Connections from Janet Smyly (#61246), e-mail address.
  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

Arthur Thomas Dickerson1

Male, #38283, (25 Nov 1910 - 1 Jan 1992)
Birth*25 Nov 1910 Arthur was born on 25 Nov 1910.2 
Marriage*say 1932 He married Dorothy Dean Culpepper say 1932. 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Alabama.2 
Death*1 Jan 1992 He died on 1 Jan 1992 at age 81.2 

Family

Dorothy Dean Culpepper
Child
  • Janet Dickerson3
Last Edited6 Mar 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written 1999, 2000, 2010 to Culpepper Connections from Janet Smyly (#61246), e-mail address.
  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. Selma Times-Journal, Selma, AL.
    http://www.selmatimesjournal.com/
    Obituary of Dorothy Culpepper Dickerson (#6947), published 18 Sep 2008.

Samuel Wood1

Male, #38290, (say 1904 - )
Birth*say 1904 Samuel was born at Georgia say 1904. 
Marriage* He married Jewell (?)
Marriage He married Lois (?)

Family

Jewell (?)
Child
  • Betty Joyce Wood
Last Edited22 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Malinda Culpepper (Mrs. Scott W.) Turnbull, e-mail address.

Jewell (?)1

Female, #38291, (say 1907 - )
Married Name Her married name was Wood. 
Marriage* She married Samuel Wood
Birth*say 1907 Jewell was born say 1907. 

Family

Samuel Wood
Child
  • Betty Joyce Wood
Last Edited22 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Malinda Culpepper (Mrs. Scott W.) Turnbull, e-mail address.

Charles N. Clements1

Male, #38292, (Oct 1879 - 1943)
Birth*Oct 1879 Charles was born at Cass Co., Texas, in Oct 1879. 
Marriage*22 Apr 1902 He married Florida Lynn on 22 Apr 1902 at age 22. 
Birth of Son15 Jan 1913 His son Morris Ardell Clements was born on 15 Jan 1913 at Cass Co., Texas
Death of Spousecirca 1918 His wife Florida Lynn died circa 1918 at Cass Co., Texas
Marriage1919 He married Martha Ann Howell at Cass Co., Texas, in 1919. 
Birth of Son7 Mar 1926 His son Marion Ellis Clements was born on 7 Mar 1926 at Cass Co., Texas
Death*1943 He died at Cass Co., Texas, in 1943. 
Burial* His body was interred at Salem Cemetery, Bloomburg, Cass Co., Texas

Family 1

Florida Lynn
Marriage*22 Apr 1902 He married Florida Lynn on 22 Apr 1902 at age 22. 
Child

Family 2

Martha Ann Howell
Marriage1919 He married Martha Ann Howell at Cass Co., Texas, in 1919. 
Children
Last Edited24 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Cynthia E. Forrester 'Sandy' Olson.

Marion Ellis Clements1

Male, #38293, (7 Mar 1926 - 29 May 1997)
Father*Charles N. Clements
Mother*Martha Ann Howell
Birth*7 Mar 1926 Marion was born at Cass Co., Texas, on 7 Mar 1926. 
Death of Father1943 His father Charles N. Clements died in 1943 at Cass Co., Texas
Death of MotherFeb 1980 His mother Martha Ann Howell died in Feb 1980 at Atlanta, Cass Co., Texas
Death*29 May 1997 He died at Dallas Co., Texas, on 29 May 1997 at age 71.2 

Family

Child
  • Marion Roger Clements
Last Edited30 Jun 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Cynthia E. Forrester 'Sandy' Olson.
  2. Texas Department of Health, compiler, Texas Death Index, 1903-2000, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=4876

Willo Aldridge1

Female, #38294, (say 1916 - )
Married Name Her married name was Culpepper. 
Marriage* She married Edwin Russell Culpepper at Waycross, Ware Co., Georgia
Birth*say 1916 Willo was born say 1916. 

Family

Edwin Russell Culpepper
Children
  • Mila Dean Culpepper2
  • Q. Anne Culpepper2
  • Edwin Thomas Culpepper3
  • Jerold F. Culpepper D.C.2
Last Edited10 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.
  2. E-mail written Feb 2009 to Culpepper Connections from Dottie (Mrs. Jerold F.) Culpepper (#60110), e-mail address.
  3. E-mail written Feb 2006 to Warren Culpepper from Edwin Thomas "Tom" Culpepper (#54450), Phone e-mail address.

Thurlow Gibson Culpepper1

Male, #38295, (5 Jun 1910 - May 1976)
Father*Clarence Culpepper
Mother*Emily Jeanette Lloyd
Birth*5 Jun 1910 He was born on 5 Jun 1910 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Thurlow and Delbert was listed as a son in Clarence Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Monroe Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.3 
Marriage*circa 1930 He married Lula Catherine Brown circa 1930.4 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Thurlow and Delbert was listed as a son in Clarence Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.4 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in North Carolina.2 
1940 Census*1 Apr 1940 Thurlow was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.5 
Death of Mother8 Jun 1945 His mother Emily Jeanette Lloyd died on 8 Jun 1945. 
Death of Father14 Dec 1966 His father Clarence Culpepper died on 14 Dec 1966 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2 
Death*May 1976 He died at Portsmouth (city), Virginia, in May 1976 at age 65.2 
Burial*20 May 1976 His body was interred on 20 May 1976 at Olive Branch Cemetery, Portsmouth (city), Virginia

Family

Lula Catherine Brown
Marriage*circa 1930 He married Lula Catherine Brown circa 1930.4 
Child
  • Thurlow Gibson Culpepper Jr.
ChartsRobert Culpepper Jr. of Lower Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited11 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. Correspondence from June Allen Culpepper Cotton (#38057), Portsmouth, VA, e-mail address to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper, 2000-2006.
  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. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 181, Sheet 11A, Family 226, 2124 Queen Street, Monroe Ward, Portsmouth (city), VA
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 31, Md, VA/VA/VA, Painter-House
    Emma Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 41, Md, VA/NJ/VA
    Thurlow Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 9, S, VA/VA/VA
    Delbert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 8, S, VA/VA/VA
    Altha Lloyd, Sister-in-Law, F, Wh, 19, S, VA/VA/VA.
  4. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 28, Page 7B, Family 171, 451 Mt. Vernon Ave. (8 Apr 1930)
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, md@21, VA/VA/VA, Painter, Vet=No
    Emma Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 51, md@21, VA/VA/VA
    Thurlow G. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 19, md@19, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Delbert W. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 18, sng, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Catherine Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 17, md@17, VA/VA/VA.
  5. 1940 (16th) US Census, compiled by the US Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls., Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2442
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 116-38, Web Page 15 (26 Apr 1940)
    Lines 29-31, 244 Mt. Vernon Avenue
    Thurlow Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 29, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Painter/Navy Yard
    Katherine Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 27, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Housework
    Thurlow Culpepper Jr., Son, M, Wh, 5, sng, VA, 1935 in same house.

Lula Catherine Brown1

Female, #38296, (1 Aug 1912 - 11 Jan 1997)
Name Variation She was also known as Cassie. 
Birth*1 Aug 1912 She was born on 1 Aug 1912 at Virginia.2,3 
Marriage*circa 1930 She married Thurlow Gibson Culpepper circa 1930.3 
Married Namecirca 1930  As of circa 1930, her married name was Culpepper.3 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Lula was listed as a daughter-in-law in Clarence Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.3 
1940 Census1 Apr 1940 Lula was listed as Thurlow Gibson Culpepper's wife on the 1940 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.4 
SSN*1962 Her Social Security Number was issued in 1962 in Virginia.2 
Death of SpouseMay 1976 Her husband Thurlow Gibson Culpepper died in May 1976 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2 
Death*11 Jan 1997 She died at Portsmouth (city), Virginia, on 11 Jan 1997 at age 84.2 
Obituary*13 Jan 1997 Catherine "Cassie" Culpepper, 84, of the 3000 block of Bayview Blvd., died 11 Jan 1997. Mrs. Culpepper was born in Portsmouth and was owner-operator of Culpepper's Boats since 1959. She was the widow of Thurlow G. "Cully" Culpepper and a member of the Portsmouth Anglers Club.
     Survivors include a son, T.G. Culpepper Jr; a sister, Mary Elizabeth Sweet; and a brother, Cecil C. Brown Jr., all of Portsmouth; four grandchildren, Cyndi, Gary, Steven and Daryl; two great-grandchildren, Derek and Aleah; and many loved and cherished relatives and friends.
     A graveside service will be conducted at noon Tuesday in Olive Branch Cemetery by the Rev. Damon Wyatt. Snellings Funeral Home, Churchland Chapel, is handling arrangements.5 
Burial*14 Jan 1997 Her body was interred on 14 Jan 1997 at Olive Branch Cemetery, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.5 

Family

Thurlow Gibson Culpepper
Marriage*circa 1930 She married Thurlow Gibson Culpepper circa 1930.3 
Child
  • Thurlow Gibson Culpepper Jr.
Last Edited9 Feb 2013

Citations

  1. Correspondence from June Allen Culpepper Cotton (#38057), Portsmouth, VA, e-mail address to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper, 2000-2006.
  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. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 28, Page 7B, Family 171, 451 Mt. Vernon Ave. (8 Apr 1930)
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, md@21, VA/VA/VA, Painter, Vet=No
    Emma Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 51, md@21, VA/VA/VA
    Thurlow G. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 19, md@19, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Delbert W. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 18, sng, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Catherine Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 17, md@17, VA/VA/VA.
  4. 1940 (16th) US Census, compiled by the US Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls., Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2442
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 116-38, Web Page 15 (26 Apr 1940)
    Lines 29-31, 244 Mt. Vernon Avenue
    Thurlow Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 29, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Painter/Navy Yard
    Katherine Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 27, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Housework
    Thurlow Culpepper Jr., Son, M, Wh, 5, sng, VA, 1935 in same house.
  5. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Catherine "Cassie" Brown Culpepper (#38296), published 13 Jan 1997.

Delbert Winston Culpepper1

Male, #38297, (15 Jul 1911 - 16 Sep 1993)
Father*Clarence Culpepper
Mother*Emily Jeanette Lloyd
Birth*15 Jul 1911 He was born on 15 Jul 1911 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2,3,4 
1920 Census1 Jan 1920 Thurlow and Delbert was listed as a son in Clarence Culpepper's household on the 1920 Census at Monroe Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.4 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Thurlow and Delbert was listed as a son in Clarence Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.5 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 His Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in North Carolina.2 
Marriage*say 1937 He married Hazel Lewis say 1937. 
1940 Census*1 Apr 1940 Delbert was listed as the head of a family on the 1940 Census at Washington Ward, Portsmouth (city), Virginia.6 
Birth of Son11 Oct 1941 His son Lewis Winston Culpepper was born on 11 Oct 1941.7 
Death of Mother8 Jun 1945 His mother Emily Jeanette Lloyd died on 8 Jun 1945. 
Death of Father14 Dec 1966 His father Clarence Culpepper died on 14 Dec 1966 at Portsmouth (city), Virginia.2 
Death of Spouse18 Sep 1990 His wife Hazel Lewis died on 18 Sep 1990 at Virginia.8 
Residence*Sep 1993 Delbert resided at Kitty Hawk, Dare Co., North Carolina, in Sep 1993.2,3 
Death*16 Sep 1993 He died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 16 Sep 1993 at age 82
heart attack.2,3 
Obituary*19 Sep 1993 Delbert Winston Culpepper, 82, of the 100 block of Sibbern Drive, formerly of Portsmouth, Va., died 16 Sep 1993, in Elizabeth City, N.C. Mr. Culpepper was born in Portsmouth. He was the founder and former owner of Professional Footwear of Portsmouth. He was a member of Kitty Hawk Baptist Church and was the widower of Hazel Lewis Culpepper. He was a member of the Lions Club of Portsmouth and the Executive Club of Portsmouth. He was a former member of the Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce and was a charter member of the Merrimac Civic Club. Survivors include a daughter, Vicky Culpepper Steiro of Portsmouth; a son, Winston Culpepper of Richmond; and five grandchildren. The graveside service will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday in Olive Branch Cemetery by the Rev. Bill Creef. The family will be Snellings Funeral Home, Churchland Chapel, from 7 to 9 p.m. today, and other times at 3602 Harding Drive, Chesapeake.9


 
Burial*20 Sep 1993 His body was interred on 20 Sep 1993 at Olive Branch Cemetery, Portsmouth (city), Virginia

Family

Hazel Lewis
Marriage*say 1937 He married Hazel Lewis say 1937. 
Children
ChartsRobert Culpepper Jr. of Lower Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited14 Oct 2012

Citations

  1. Correspondence from June Allen Culpepper Cotton (#38057), Portsmouth, VA, e-mail address to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper, 2000-2006.
  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. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    Delbert Winston Culpepper, Male, White, Widowed, born 15 Jul 1911, died 16 Sep 1993 in Currituck Co., NC, SSN: 243-16-7178, resided in Dare Co., NC; burial out of state.
  4. 1920 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 181, Sheet 11A, Family 226, 2124 Queen Street, Monroe Ward, Portsmouth (city), VA
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 31, Md, VA/VA/VA, Painter-House
    Emma Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 41, Md, VA/NJ/VA
    Thurlow Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 9, S, VA/VA/VA
    Delbert Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 8, S, VA/VA/VA
    Altha Lloyd, Sister-in-Law, F, Wh, 19, S, VA/VA/VA.
  5. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 28, Page 7B, Family 171, 451 Mt. Vernon Ave. (8 Apr 1930)
    Clarence Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 47, md@21, VA/VA/VA, Painter, Vet=No
    Emma Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 51, md@21, VA/VA/VA
    Thurlow G. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 19, md@19, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Delbert W. Culpepper, Son, M, Wh, 18, sng, VA/VA/VA, Painter
    Catherine Culpepper, Daughter-in-law, F, Wh, 17, md@17, VA/VA/VA.
  6. 1940 (16th) US Census, compiled by the US Bureau of the Census, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1940. T627, 4,643 rolls., Online database at Ancestry.com.
    http://search.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=2442
    Portsmouth (city), VA, Washington Ward, ED 116-38, Web Page 15 (26 Apr 1940)
    Lines 32-33, 242 Mt. Vernon Avenue
    Delbert Culpepper, Head, M, Wh, 28, md, VA, 1935 in same house, Painter/Navy Yard
    Hazel Culpepper, Wife, F, Wh, 24, md, MD, 1935 in same house, Housework.
  7. Obituary of Lewis Winston Culpepper, published in The Virginian-Pilot on Aug. 29, 2020.
  8. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    Hazel Lewis Culpepper, Female, White, Married, born 2 Nov 1915 in MD, died 18 Sep 1990 in Virginia, SSN: 224-64-4852, resided in Dare Co., NC; burial in state.
  9. Virginian-Pilot/Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA.
    http://www.pilotonline.com
    Obituary of Delbert Winston Culpepper (#38297), published 19 Sep 1993.

Lewis Winston Culpepper1

Male, #38299, (11 Oct 1941 - 21 Aug 2020)
Father*Delbert Winston Culpepper2
Mother*Hazel Lewis2
Birth*11 Oct 1941 Lewis was born on 11 Oct 1941.3 
Death of Mother18 Sep 1990 His mother Hazel Lewis died on 18 Sep 1990 at Virginia.4 
Death of Father16 Sep 1993 His father Delbert Winston Culpepper died on 16 Sep 1993 at Currituck Co., North Carolina.5,6 
News Article11 Jun 1995 Winston Culpepper, Kitty Hawk Artist, has an Eye for Eggshell Canvas

Mary Ellen Riddle, The Virginia Pilot, 11 Jun 1995

Winston Culpepper's relationship with eggs began naturally enough.

It was Easter time, and he painted a couple of eggs for his children, decorating them with intricately painted kachinas - Native American dolls.

Somebody suggested he sell them.
After that, ``I pretty much supported myself selling eggs,'' said Culpepper, who has a master in fine arts degree. He even traded eggs to help pay for much-needed cataract eye surgery.

Culpepper, 53, still paints eggs. His vision has been repaired, and he has expanded to painting coconuts, and tables, and walls, and cabinets. . .

Much of his Kitty Hawk home has been caressed by his brush. Handpainted tables are adorned with leaping dolphins. His eggs are displayed in an old trailer window-turned-showcase.

In a word, the eggs are beautiful. Culpepper has painted on duck eggs, ostrich eggs, rhea eggs and goose eggs.

``There is nothing more beautiful than an egg,'' said Culpepper, who has painted them for all occasions. His family probably has the largest collection of his eggs, and Culpepper himself inherited a couple of very special ones that he painted for his father for Father's Day and for his mother for Easter.

Culpepper has adorned eggs with stained glass designs, Hopi and Mayan patterns, geometric and Greek urn designs, oyster boats - whatever strikes his fancy. He uses watercolors, acrylics and oil paints to create intricate shapes, lay in varied colors and inscribe some of the more personal ones.

While Culpepper's technical skill is apparent in these mini works of art, one can get a clearer picture of his artistic vision from his canvas paintings.

``I get so tight with this kind of thing,'' Culpepper said of his eggs, ``and I can expand with the other.''

Paintings of varying sizes cover the walls of his bright red beach cottage that comes with a matching Volkswagen van in the drive. Many are abstract geometric works that reveal a glimpse of reality.

Much of the subject matter for Culpepper's oil and acrylic paintings comes from noticing visual patterns in the world. He's not sure about the inspiration for all the paintings, some being more subconscious products, but he appreciates the varied interpretations attached to the work by friends. In fact, he has adopted a few interpretations as fitting.

The origin of other paintings is clear.
One of his larger canvases shows a golden rectangle that appears to be floating over a crimson textural surface. The red is covered with a black honeycomb-like pattern. The idea for this piece came while Culpepper was playing with a translucent red candy wrapper with a gold foil center. He could see pea rock on the ground through the wrapper. The visual pattern was translated into paint.

On a smaller canvas, Culpepper painted a fish encircled by a thorn border. Painted on top of the fish are clouds, and under the thorns is stylized water, echoing the layered, or bird's-eye view of the latter painting.

Culpepper is a keen observer of the world around him. He got very excited one evening when he noticed two parallel bands of jet exhaust floating across the sky. He watched as the bands moved into the crook of a tree at the same time the moon appeared there. He stored this layered moment in time to later savor it in paint. Culpepper was left with an atmospheric memory rendered in smoothly blended evening hues.

A master at applying paint and achieving textures, Culpepper paints floating shapes that undulate and cast shadows. The interwoven and ambiguous movement of the shapes is reminiscent of M.C. Escher, the artist famous for working with visual illusion. His color and shadows give the work a Giorgio de Chirico atmosphere - lyrical and mysterious.

While Culpepper obviously appreciates the whimsy of illusion, his work is not as heady as Escher's, but rather is a purist's approach. These works are not filled with ego. They are humble and appreciative recordings by a man who sees things that most would overlook.

Culpepper reminds us that there is beauty in the mundane. It's just a matter of alignment.

Memo
If you are interested in Winston Culpepper's work, you may call the artist at 261-2842. His coconuts are sold at Mango's Tropical Boutique in Corolla. 
News Article*17 Oct 1999 Winston Culpepper Likes Being Creative

Mary Ellen Riddle, The Virginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA, 17 Oct 1999

Winston Culpepper is celebrating his 58th birthday this month. A walk through the Kitty Hawk artist's home gives hints to his life thus far.

Odd-shaped canvases cover the living room ceiling. A curio cabinet displays his hand-painted eggs. License plates he's painted hang one below the other in the kitchen. His studio, which used to be his father's shed, has old work and new hanging side by side - stuff he's thinking about. Stuff he may paint on again.

Culpepper is comfortable in this space. He's comfortable within himself. He's learned that all time spent is creative. It's taken him a while to not feel guilty about simply piddling in the narrow studio. He's thinking. And piddling helps stir the creative juices.

At this point in life, Culpepper paints what he wants, when he wants. Subjects vary like the wind that frequents his deep red beach haven. Sometimes his paintings generate from his "fish mode." Florida fish appear on table tops. Nameless fish swim in schools across unprimed canvas. And popular gamefish decorate the license plates he does for enthusiastic anglers. "It's my nautical period, I guess," he said.

Other images painted in acrylics, he barely can explain. They are patterns that come to him. He stood once on a steel bridge in Virginia overlooking the James River grieving his mother's death. Staring up from below his feet were rivets resembling silver moons. They became her moons, Hazel's moons, immortalized on canvas with a delicate strip of the James framing them. Another time he spied a puff of jet exhaust funneling from a sky-high tail pipe passing behind a leafless tree. The vision became a painting, modeled softly, meticulously.

Viewers swear Culpepper uses an airbrush because his technique is so smooth. But he doesn't. "With an airbrush, you're detached," he said. He prefers the hands-on feel of brush on canvas, the weight of the paint and water in the fibers, the motion of moving pigment across the surface, of deciding how far to push the color until it bleeds into nothing. "I like the results I get," he said. "There's something magical about it."

Culpepper can take an industrial Richmond smoke stack and turn it into a symphony of funnel shapes using his delicate modeling technique. A view below a highway bypass turns into a double rainbow. The shapes' integrity remains, but they've been baptized with Culpepper 's emotional response.

Painting auras around his fish, his non-objective forms, Hazel's moons also enhancethe visual experiences. Like a halo above a cherub's curled locks, Culpepper 's auras beam from his forms. They are painted in hues that move back and forth across the spectrum. "You're always thinking of different colors and using colors in different ways," he said.

Contrary to Culpepper 's soft techniques is his meticulous rendering of repetitious shapes. His rigidly disciplined approach almost belies the spontaneous way the images float into his head.

"My paintings are so structured," he said. "They're almost mechanical. I do the repetitive thing until I almost get sick of it. Maybe it gives me a sense of security."

Culpepper supports his painting career by giving wildlife ecological safaris in Corolla. He drives visitors to the beach, into the dunes, to the sound searching for horses, plant life and wild boar.

"I still have energy for art," he said. And to Culpepper, working a day job beats painting what someone else wants him to paint. "I don't want the pressure of commissions," he said. He turned down an offer by Good Houskeeping Magazine to hand paint 300 eggs for presents for special customers and friends. "I knew after two or three of the same thing I'd end up hating them," he said.

An example of Culpepper 's work hangs in the Nags Head Town Hall. Beach brick is a surreal vision of a brick that gets caught in a breeze, is lifted from the sand, then joins a group of bricks that fly like a flock of pelicans across the horizon line.

It's both unique and joyful in itsplayfulness. But it's rendered so tightly, one gasps at the artist's ability to control form and color and still be left with a soft emotional response. That's the beauty and the mystery of Winston Culpepper.

"I keep questioning, am I a painter, am I an artist?" he said. "I keep doing it, so I must be." 
Residence*1999 Lewis resided at Kitty Hawk, Dare Co., North Carolina, in 1999. 
Death*21 Aug 2020 He died at Kitty Hawk, Dare Co., North Carolina, on 21 Aug 2020 at age 78.3 
Obituary*29 Aug 2020 Lewis Winston Culpepper, 78, of Kitty Hawk, NC passed Friday, August 21, 2020, at his home.

Born in Portsmouth, VA on October 11, 1941, he was the son of the late Hazel Lewis Culpepper and Delbert W. Culpepper.

A graduate of Wilson High School in Portsmouth, VA, Winston continued his education at Old Dominion University earning his master's degree and Maryland Institute of Art in Baltimore. While attending ODU, he was the first commodore of the sailing club.

Winston was a veteran of the United States Navy having served his country honorably as a Lieutenant.

He was a lifelong noted painter and artist with displays in numerous galleries and The Town of Nags Head Municipal building and Philip Morris in Richmond, VA. Winston spent 20 years as a tour guide showing the wild Spanish Mustangs in Corolla, NC. He was a member of Kitty Hawk United Methodist Church where he was cared for by many of its Stephen Ministers.

Winston is survived by two children, Kristin A. Culpepper of Kitty Hawk, NC and James "Randy" Culpepper of Tucson, AZ; a sister, Victoria Steiro (Steven) of Big Pine Key, FL; and several nieces and a nephew....3 
ChartsRobert Culpepper Jr. of Lower Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited31 Aug 2020

Citations

  1. Winston Culpepper Likes Being Creative

    Mary Ellen Riddle, The Virginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star, Norfolk, VA, 17 Oct 1999

    Winston Culpepper is celebrating his 58th birthday this month. A walk through the Kitty Hawk artist's home gives hints to his life thus far.

    Odd-shaped canvases cover the living room ceiling. A curio cabinet displays his hand-painted eggs. License plates he's painted hang one below the other in the kitchen. His studio, which used to be his father's shed, has old work and new hanging side by side - stuff he's thinking about. Stuff he may paint on again.

    Culpepper is comfortable in this space. He's comfortable within himself. He's learned that all time spent is creative. It's taken him a while to not feel guilty about simply piddling in the narrow studio. He's thinking. And piddling helps stir the creative juices.

    At this point in life, Culpepper paints what he wants, when he wants. Subjects vary like the wind that frequents his deep red beach haven. Sometimes his paintings generate from his "fish mode." Florida fish appear on table tops. Nameless fish swim in schools across unprimed canvas. And popular gamefish decorate the license plates he does for enthusiastic anglers. "It's my nautical period, I guess," he said.

    Other images painted in acrylics, he barely can explain. They are patterns that come to him. He stood once on a steel bridge in Virginia overlooking the James River grieving his mother's death. Staring up from below his feet were rivets resembling silver moons. They became her moons, Hazel's moons, immortalized on canvas with a delicate strip of the James framing them. Another time he spied a puff of jet exhaust funneling from a sky-high tail pipe passing behind a leafless tree. The vision became a painting, modeled softly, meticulously.

    Viewers swear Culpepper uses an airbrush because his technique is so smooth. But he doesn't. "With an airbrush, you're detached," he said. He prefers the hands-on feel of brush on canvas, the weight of the paint and water in the fibers, the motion of moving pigment across the surface, of deciding how far to push the color until it bleeds into nothing. "I like the results I get," he said. "There's something magical about it."

    Culpepper can take an industrial Richmond smoke stack and turn it into a symphony of funnel shapes using his delicate modeling technique. A view below a highway bypass turns into a double rainbow. The shapes' integrity remains, but they've been baptized with Culpepper 's emotional response.

    Painting auras around his fish, his non-objective forms, Hazel's moons also enhancethe visual experiences. Like a halo above a cherub's curled locks, Culpepper 's auras beam from his forms. They are painted in hues that move back and forth across the spectrum. "You're always thinking of different colors and using colors in different ways," he said.

    Contrary to Culpepper 's soft techniques is his meticulous rendering of repetitious shapes. His rigidly disciplined approach almost belies the spontaneous way the images float into his head.

    "My paintings are so structured," he said. "They're almost mechanical. I do the repetitive thing until I almost get sick of it. Maybe it gives me a sense of security."

    Culpepper supports his painting career by giving wildlife ecological safaris in Corolla. He drives visitors to the beach, into the dunes, to the sound searching for horses, plant life and wild boar.

    "I still have energy for art," he said. And to Culpepper, working a day job beats painting what someone else wants him to paint. "I don't want the pressure of commissions," he said. He turned down an offer by Good Houskeeping Magazine to hand paint 300 eggs for presents for special customers and friends. "I knew after two or three of the same thing I'd end up hating them," he said.

    An example of Culpepper 's work hangs in the Nags Head Town Hall. Beach brick is a surreal vision of a brick that gets caught in a breeze, is lifted from the sand, then joins a group of bricks that fly like a flock of pelicans across the horizon line.

    It's both unique and joyful in itsplayfulness. But it's rendered so tightly, one gasps at the artist's ability to control form and color and still be left with a soft emotional response. That's the beauty and the mystery of Winston Culpepper.

    "I keep questioning, am I a painter, am I an artist?" he said. "I keep doing it, so I must be."

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    Winston Culpepper, Kitty Hawk Artist, has an Eye for Eggshell Canvas

    Mary Ellen Riddle, The Virginia Pilot, 11 Jun 1995

    Winston Culpepper's relationship with eggs began naturally enough.

    It was Easter time, and he painted a couple of eggs for his children, decorating them with intricately painted kachinas - Native American dolls.

    Somebody suggested he sell them.
    After that, ``I pretty much supported myself selling eggs,'' said Culpepper, who has a master in fine arts degree. He even traded eggs to help pay for much-needed cataract eye surgery.

    Culpepper, 53, still paints eggs. His vision has been repaired, and he has expanded to painting coconuts, and tables, and walls, and cabinets. . .

    Much of his Kitty Hawk home has been caressed by his brush. Handpainted tables are adorned with leaping dolphins. His eggs are displayed in an old trailer window-turned-showcase.

    In a word, the eggs are beautiful. Culpepper has painted on duck eggs, ostrich eggs, rhea eggs and goose eggs.

    ``There is nothing more beautiful than an egg,'' said Culpepper, who has painted them for all occasions. His family probably has the largest collection of his eggs, and Culpepper himself inherited a couple of very special ones that he painted for his father for Father's Day and for his mother for Easter.

    Culpepper has adorned eggs with stained glass designs, Hopi and Mayan patterns, geometric and Greek urn designs, oyster boats - whatever strikes his fancy. He uses watercolors, acrylics and oil paints to create intricate shapes, lay in varied colors and inscribe some of the more personal ones.

    While Culpepper's technical skill is apparent in these mini works of art, one can get a clearer picture of his artistic vision from his canvas paintings.

    ``I get so tight with this kind of thing,'' Culpepper said of his eggs, ``and I can expand with the other.''

    Paintings of varying sizes cover the walls of his bright red beach cottage that comes with a matching Volkswagen van in the drive. Many are abstract geometric works that reveal a glimpse of reality.

    Much of the subject matter for Culpepper's oil and acrylic paintings comes from noticing visual patterns in the world. He's not sure about the inspiration for all the paintings, some being more subconscious products, but he appreciates the varied interpretations attached to the work by friends. In fact, he has adopted a few interpretations as fitting.

    The origin of other paintings is clear.
    One of his larger canvases shows a golden rectangle that appears to be floating over a crimson textural surface. The red is covered with a black honeycomb-like pattern. The idea for this piece came while Culpepper was playing with a translucent red candy wrapper with a gold foil center. He could see pea rock on the ground through the wrapper. The visual pattern was translated into paint.

    On a smaller canvas, Culpepper painted a fish encircled by a thorn border. Painted on top of the fish are clouds, and under the thorns is stylized water, echoing the layered, or bird's-eye view of the latter painting.

    Culpepper is a keen observer of the world around him. He got very excited one evening when he noticed two parallel bands of jet exhaust floating across the sky. He watched as the bands moved into the crook of a tree at the same time the moon appeared there. He stored this layered moment in time to later savor it in paint. Culpepper was left with an atmospheric memory rendered in smoothly blended evening hues.

    A master at applying paint and achieving textures, Culpepper paints floating shapes that undulate and cast shadows. The interwoven and ambiguous movement of the shapes is reminiscent of M.C. Escher, the artist famous for working with visual illusion. His color and shadows give the work a Giorgio de Chirico atmosphere - lyrical and mysterious.

    While Culpepper obviously appreciates the whimsy of illusion, his work is not as heady as Escher's, but rather is a purist's approach. These works are not filled with ego. They are humble and appreciative recordings by a man who sees things that most would overlook.

    Culpepper reminds us that there is beauty in the mundane. It's just a matter of alignment.

    Memo
    If you are interested in Winston Culpepper's work, you may call the artist at 261-2842. His coconuts are sold at Mango's Tropical Boutique in Corolla.
  2. Correspondence from June Allen Culpepper Cotton (#38057), Portsmouth, VA, e-mail address to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper, 2000-2006.
  3. Obituary of Lewis Winston Culpepper, published in The Virginian-Pilot on Aug. 29, 2020.
  4. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    Hazel Lewis Culpepper, Female, White, Married, born 2 Nov 1915 in MD, died 18 Sep 1990 in Virginia, SSN: 224-64-4852, resided in Dare Co., NC; burial in state.
  5. 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
  6. The Generations Network Inc., compiler, North Carolina Death Collection, 1908-1996, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=List&dbid=8908
    Delbert Winston Culpepper, Male, White, Widowed, born 15 Jul 1911, died 16 Sep 1993 in Currituck Co., NC, SSN: 243-16-7178, resided in Dare Co., NC; burial out of state.

Jack R. Culpepper1

Male, #38300, (11 Nov 1921 - )
Father*Edwin Thomas Culpepper
Mother*Mattie Lou Spell
Birth*11 Nov 1921 Jack was born at Brooks Co., Georgia, on 11 Nov 1921.2,3 
1930 Census1 Apr 1930 Edwin, Marion and Jack was listed as a son in Edwin Thomas Culpepper's household on the 1930 Census at Empress District, Brooks Co., Georgia.4 
ResidenceJan 1943 Jack resided at King Co., Washington, in Jan 1943.2 
World War II*between 1943 and 1945 He enlisted in Tacoma, Pierce Co., Washington, and served in World War II between 1943 and 1945
(US Army.)2 
Marriage*say 1945 He married Laura Jeannette (?) say 1945. 
Residence1993 Jack resided at Bothell, King Co., Washington, in 1993.3 

Family

Laura Jeannette (?)
ChartsOrphan / Allison Culpepper of Webster Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited18 Jul 2010

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.
  2. National Archives and Records Administration, compiler, U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records, 1938-1946, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2005.
    http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8939
    Jack R Culpepper, White, Single, born 1921 in Georgia, residing in King Co., Washington, enlisted as a Private in the US Army on 16 Jan 1943 in Washington.
  3. 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
  4. 1930 Federal Census, United States.
    ED 21, page 5B; Empress District, Brooks Co., GA
    Owns home, Radio=N, Farm=Y
    Edd L. Culpepper, Head, 48, Md, md @ 30, GA, GA, GA, Farmer
    Mattie L. Culpepper, Wife, 35, Md, md @ 16, GA, GA, GA
    E. Russel Culpepper, Son, 17, GA, GA, GA
    Marian T. Culpepper, Son, 14, GA, GA, GA
    Margaret M. Culpepper, Daughter, 11, GA, GA, GA
    Jack R. Culpepper, Son, 8, GA/GA/GA.

Madge S. Mathis1,2

Female, #38303, (25 Jul 1919 - 26 Apr 1991)
Birth*25 Jul 1919 Madge was born on 25 Jul 1919.3,2 
Marriage*5 Jul 1941 She married Marion Thomas Culpepper at Brooks Co., Georgia, on 5 Jul 1941 at age 21.4 
Married Name5 Jul 1941  As of 5 Jul 1941, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death of Spouse26 Apr 1991 Her husband Marion Thomas Culpepper died on 26 Apr 1991 at Sparks, Cook Co., Georgia.2,5 
Death*26 Apr 1991 She died at Cook Co., Georgia, on 26 Apr 1991 at age 71.3,2 

Family

Marion Thomas Culpepper
Last Edited2 Oct 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.
  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. 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
    Madge S. Culpepper, d. 26 Apr 1991 at 71 years in Cook Co., GA; Res. in Cook Co., GA, 016795.
  4. Marion Thomas Culpepper (age 26) and Madge Mathis (age 21), 5 Jul 1941.
  5. 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
    Marion T. Culpepper, d. 26 Apr 1991 at 75 years in Cook Co., GA; Res. in Cook Co., GA.

G. Huner Blair1,2

Male, #38304, (say 1917 - )
Birth*say 1917 G. was born say 1917. 
Last Edited3 Sep 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.
  2. Lowndes County Court of the Ordinary, Lowndes Co., GA Marriages, 1870 - 1944, Salt Lake City, UT: Genealogical Society of Utah , 1967, 1990, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Films # 514,703 - 514,707.
    Margaret Culpepper and G. H. Blair on 22 May 1938 in Lowndes Co., GA, Book K-148.

Laura Jeannette (?)1,2

Female, #38305, (6 Oct 1914 - 17 Feb 1998)
Name Variation She was also known as Janet.3 
Birth*6 Oct 1914 Laura was born on 6 Oct 1914.1 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Washington.2 
Marriage*say 1945 She married Jack R. Culpepper say 1945. 
Married Namesay 1945  As of say 1945, her married name was Culpepper. 
Death*17 Feb 1998 She died at Bothell, King Co., Washington, on 17 Feb 1998 at age 83.2 

Family

Jack R. Culpepper
Last Edited29 Sep 2010

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
  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 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.

Leo Schons1

Male, #38306, (after 1920 - )
Birth*after 1920 Leo was born after 1920. 
Last Edited19 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Anne Culpepper Lundeen, e-mail address.

Alvis Loyd Koone1

Male, #38307, (after 1886 - )
Father*James Franklin Koone1
Mother*Cordelia Ann Culpepper1
Birth*after 1886 Alvis was born after 1886. 
ChartsOrphan / Joel Culpepper of Harris Co., GA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited13 Feb 2007

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Barbara Kuhn Winslett.

Marion Koone1

Male, #38308, (1837 - 5 Apr 1910)
Father*George William Koon Jr.
Mother*Nancy Abney
Birth*1837 Marion was born at South Carolina in 1837. 
Birth of Son1865 His son James Franklin Koone was born in 1865.2 
Death of Father11 Jul 1881 His father George William Koon Jr. died on 11 Jul 1881. 
Death of Mother21 Aug 1881 His mother Nancy Abney died on 21 Aug 1881. 
Death*5 Apr 1910 He died on 5 Apr 1910. 

Family

Child
Last Edited26 Aug 2004

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Barbara Kuhn Winslett.
  2. USGenWeb Archives.
    http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm
    Bethany Baptist Church Cemetery, Pine Mountain, Harris Co., GA.
    + James Franklin Koone, 1865 - 10 Apr 1937
    + Cordelia Ann Culpepper Koone, 20 Feb 1865 - 29 Jun 1902.

George William Koon Jr.1

Male, #38309, (17 Mar 1802 - 11 Jul 1881)
Birth*17 Mar 1802 George was born on 17 Mar 1802. 
Marriage* He married Nancy Abney
Birth of Son1837 His son Marion Koone was born in 1837 at South Carolina
Death*11 Jul 1881 He died on 11 Jul 1881 at age 79. 

Family

Nancy Abney
Child
Last Edited19 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Barbara Kuhn Winslett.

Nancy Abney1

Female, #38310, (18 Jun 1802 - 21 Aug 1881)
Married Name Her married name was Koon. 
Birth*18 Jun 1802 Nancy was born on 18 Jun 1802. 
Marriage* She married George William Koon Jr. 
Birth of Son1837 Her son Marion Koone was born in 1837 at South Carolina
Death of Spouse11 Jul 1881 Her husband George William Koon Jr. died on 11 Jul 1881. 
Death*21 Aug 1881 She died on 21 Aug 1881 at age 79. 

Family

George William Koon Jr.
Child
Last Edited19 Feb 2000

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Barbara Kuhn Winslett.