Sarah Allenye Mansfield1

Female, #60937, (say 1792 - 15 Apr 1824)
Father*William Mansfield of Barbados1
Mother*Sarah Alleyne Culpeper of Barbados1
Birth*say 1792 Sarah was born say 1792.1 
Married Name10 Oct 1807  As of 10 Oct 1807, her married name was Brush.2 
Married Name10 Oct 1807  As of 10 Oct 1807, her married name was Bush.1,2 
Marriage*10 Oct 1807 She married Henry Brush at Rio Demerary, Demerara, Guyana, on 10 Oct 1807.2 
Marriage*10 Jul 1813 She married Nathaniel Weeks Pollard of Barbados on 10 Jul 1813.1,2 
Married Name10 Jul 1813  As of 10 Jul 1813, her married name was Pollard.1 
Birth of Son6 Jun 1814 Her son Nathaniel Weeks Pollard II was born on 6 Jun 1814.3,2 
Death*15 Apr 1824 She died at Demerara, Guyana, on 15 Apr 1824.2 

Family 1

Henry Brush
Marriage*10 Oct 1807 She married Henry Brush at Rio Demerary, Demerara, Guyana, on 10 Oct 1807.2 

Family 2

Nathaniel Weeks Pollard of Barbados
Marriage*10 Jul 1813 She married Nathaniel Weeks Pollard of Barbados on 10 Jul 1813.1,2 
ChartsThe Culpepers of Barbados and the Colepepers of South Africa: Descendant Chart
Last Edited16 Jan 2012


  1. E-mail written Jan 2010 to Culpepper Connections from Allison Senior-Williams e-mail, e-mail address.
  2. Tikwis Begbie, compiler, e-mail address, British Guiana Colonists, 3 Dec 2011.
  3. E-mail written Jan 2012 to Warren L. Culpepper from Katherine Fox, 4 Perkins Place, Torrens ACT 2607,Australia, Phone Mobile: 0409 454 959, e-mail address.

Unknown Culpepper Artist1

Male, #60940, (between 1875 and 1975 - )
Birth*between 1875 and 1975 He was born between 1875 and 1975. 
Biography*3 Jul 2000 Ruth Sellers wrote: "I found an abstract oil on canvas that is really disturbing in the genre of Dali or Picasso. I know nothing about it but that it is in a box frame and measures 30x23 inches. Looks like a city in the background with fires(?) in the front and two faces are stuck in there randomly. Very well done. Signed Culpepper in right corner."1 
Last Edited9 Jan 2010


  1. E-mail written 3 Jul 2000 to Lew Griffin from Ruth Sellers, e-mail address.

George Washington Cobb1

Male, #60944, (1855 - 10 Jan 1922)
Birth*1855 George was born at Milton Co., Georgia, in 1855.2 
Marriage*21 Oct 1875 He married Missouri Nancy Lee at Fulton Co., Georgia, on 21 Oct 1875.1 
Photographed*circa 1905 He was photographed circa 1905 at Marshall Co., Alabama.3
George Washington Cobb
Death*10 Jan 1922 He died at Albertville, Marshall Co., Alabama, on 10 Jan 1922.3 
Note*19 Jan 2020 Residence
1860•Milton, Georgia, United States
1870•Milton, Georgia, United States
1880•Buck Head, Fulton, Georgia, United States
Birth of SonHoward Lee Cobb(1887–1971)
12 Jun 1887•Georgia
Birth of SonGrover Elbert Cobb(1888–1928)
26 Aug 1888•AL
1900•Red Apple, Marshall, Alabama
1910•Red Apple, Marshall, Alabama
1920•Red Apple, Marshall, Alabama
Death of HusbandGEORGE WASHINGTON COBB(1854–1922)
10 Jan 1922•Marshall Co AL
1930•Red Apple, Marshall, Alabama
4 February 1939•Albertville, Marshall, Alabama
Buried at Mt. Vernon Baptist Church Boaz.3


Missouri Nancy Lee
Last Edited21 Jan 2020


  1. E-mail written 2009 - 2020 to Lew Griffin from Nancy Martin Cornelius, e-mail address.
  2. Lewis W. Griffin Jr. (#47), Phoenix, AZ.
    based on "age 66" on tombstone.
  3. Nancy Cornelius. <e-mail address>

Missouri Nancy Lee1

Female, #60945, (30 Nov 1854 - 4 Feb 1939)
Birth*30 Nov 1854 Missouri was born at Fulton Co., Georgia, on 30 Nov 1854.1,2 
Marriage*21 Oct 1875 She married George Washington Cobb at Fulton Co., Georgia, on 21 Oct 1875 at age 20.1 
Married Name21 Oct 1875  As of 21 Oct 1875, her married name was Cobb.1 
Death of Spouse10 Jan 1922 Her husband George Washington Cobb died on 10 Jan 1922 at Albertville, Marshall Co., Alabama.3 
Photographed*circa 1930 She was photographed circa 1930 at Marshall Co., Alabama.
Missoura Nancy Lee
Death*4 Feb 1939 She died at Marshall Co., Alabama, on 4 Feb 1939 at age 84.2 


George Washington Cobb
Last Edited19 Jan 2020


  1. E-mail written 2009 - 2020 to Lew Griffin from Nancy Martin Cornelius, e-mail address.
  2. Find a Grave (online database)
  3. Nancy Cornelius. <e-mail address>

Madeline Bullock1,2

Female, #60960, (14 Aug 1925 - 20 Sep 1998)
African* She was an African-American. 
Birth*14 Aug 1925 She was born on 14 Aug 1925 at Illinois. Her mother was Lucille Bullock of Dorchester, MA.3,1 
SSN*between 1936 and 1950 Her Social Security Number was issued between 1936 and 1950 in Massachusetts.3 
Married Namesay 1945  As of say 1945, her married name was Culpepper.4 
Death*20 Sep 1998 She died at Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, on 20 Sep 1998 at age 73.3,1 
Burial*26 Sep 1998 Her body was interred on 26 Sep 1998 at Blue Hill, Braintree, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts.2 
Obituary*26 Sep 1998 Madeline Culpepper, 73, nurse, piano teacher (died September 20, 1998). She worked as an LPN at the Hollypark Hospital in Los Angeles and University Hospital in Boston. She was also director of the Samuel H. Bullock Nursery School for many years. She also taught piano privately in her home. Mrs. Culpepper was the first musician of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, which was founded by her father. She was also a member of the Missionaries, taught Sunday school and worked with the Girl Scouts. Mrs. Culpepper devoted her life to helping others. She opened her home to the homeless whenever needed, was a foster mother for many years, fed the hungry in her own home and nursed the sick and took care of babies, even as her health began to deteriorate. She was co-founder of the Children's Choir, God's Little Angels, at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. Mrs. Culpepper won the Mothers of Murdered Children's Outstanding Community Service Award in 1997 on behalf of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. She led the community in the memorialization of slain children in the name of Germaine Goffigan. She marched to free the Wilmington Ten and participated in other civil rights events. In 1998, she received the Arthur Whitaker award given by the American Baptist Churches from the Commission on Social Witness. Mrs. Culpepper leaves her mother, Lucille Bullock of Dorchester; three sons, Gentle Lee Culpepper Jr. of Los Angeles, Donald Culpepper of Boston, and the Rev. Miniard Culpepper of Boston; four daughters, Renee Culpepper Cail of Boston, Melody Culpepper Maduakor of Decator, Ga., Deborah Culpepper of Lithonia, Ga., and Lucille Culpepper Jones of Boston; her former husband, Gentle Lee Culpepper of Atlanta, Ga; a sister, Martha B. Smith of Columbus, Ohio; and 12 grandchildren and three great-granchildren. A funeral service will be at 10 a.m. today at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church, Dorchester. Burial will be in Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree. Arrangements by Davis Funeral Home, Roxbury.2 


  • Gentle Lee Culpepper Jr.4
  • Renee Culpepper2
  • Donald H. Culpepper2
  • Miniard Culpepper4
  • Melody Culpepper2
  • Deborah D. Culpepper2
  • Lucille M. Culpepper2
Last Edited6 Feb 2010


  1. Massachusetts Department of Health Services, compiler, Massachusetts Death Index, 1970-2003, Online database at, 2005.
    Madeline B Culpepper, born 14 Aug 1925 in Illinois, died 20 Sep 1998 in Boston, MA, Certificate: 005810.
  2. Boston Herald, Boston, MA.
    Obituary of Madeline Culpepper (#60960), published 26 Sep 1998.
  3. U.S. Social Security Administration, compiler, Social Security Death Index (SSDI), Online database at
  4. R. L. Polk & Co., compiler, Boston, Massachusetts City Directory 1976, Online database at, 1976.
    Listed at 45 Algonquin Street, Boston, MA:
    Gentle L. and Madelaine Culpepper, pntr
    Gentle L. Culpepper, Jr., opr
    Miniard Culpepper, studt.