Richland Parish
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Richland Parish

History

In the Uplands region of northern Louisiana, Richland Parish was formed in 1869 from Morehouse, Carroll, Franklin and Ouachita Parishes. Its parish seat, Rayville, is on I-20 about 120 miles east of Shreveport and 160 miles NNW of Baton Rouge. Richland is bordered by the parishes of Morehouse, West Carroll, East Carroll, Madison, Franklin, Caldwell and Ouachita.

Any names below in red have not been matched with a person in the Culpepper family tree. If you can identify any of them, please let us know.

Census Records

1930 US Census

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ED 42-3, Sheet #23-B, Line 83 Police Jury Ward 1, Richland Parish, LA
Home owned, Value=blank, Radio=blank, Farm=Yes
James L. Culpepper, Head, M, 59, M, md@24, LA/GA/LA, Farmer, Vet=No (#6864)
Pinkney Culpepper, Wife, F, 39, M, md@28, TX/TX/TX, Not employed
Dorothy M. Southern, Niece, 9, Sng, LA/LA/LA
Douglas L. Southern, Nephew, 9, Sng, LA/LA/LA

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ED 42-4, Sheet 11-A, Page 67, Line 8, Rayville, Richland Parish, LA
Home rented, Amount=$50, Radio=blank, Farm=blank (#4431)
A. Manly Culpepper, Head, M, 38, M, md@26, LA/GA/LA, Supervisor, Music, Vet=WW
Maud A. Culpepper, Wife, F, 33, M, md@21, LA/LA/LA, Not employed
Virginia Culpepper, Dau, F, 11, TX/LA/LA
Jane A. Culpepper, Dau, F, 9, TX/LA/LA
Elizabeth S. Culpepper, Dau, F, 7, TX/LA/LA
Marybelle Culpepper, Dau, F, 6, TX/LA/LA

Marriages

bulletElla Culpepper and Joseph R. Petagne, 16 Dec 1901, Richland Parish, LA

Land Patents

Extracted by Lew Griffin from the General Land Office's Automated Records Project.

Name, Date, Parish, Acres/Offset

bulletCharles S. Culpepper, 1859 Caldwell/Richland Parish, 0.0000 acres/30919733 (#4004)

Social Security Death Index

All records of deaths on or before 30 Sep 2003 in which the final benefit was paid in this parish.

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No Culpeppers found.

Last Revised: 26 Jan 2006

 
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