Female, #61645, (7 Oct 1757 - before Apr 1843)
|Birth*||7 Oct 1757 ||She was born on 7 Oct 1757 at Anson Co., North Carolina.1 |
|Birth of Son||17 Feb 1781 ||Her son Allen Stokes was born on 17 Feb 1781 at Anson Co., North Carolina.1 |
|Marriage*||circa 1783 ||She married Rev. John Culpepper Jr. of Hancock Co., MS circa 1783.1 |
|Married Name||circa 1783 || As of circa 1783, her married name was Culpepper.1 |
|Birth of Son||8 Mar 1787 ||Her son Sampson Culpepper of Mississippi was born on 8 Mar 1787 at Washington Co., Georgia.1 |
|Birth of Son||22 Apr 1792 ||Her son John Culpepper of Lawrence Co., MS was born on 22 Apr 1792 at Washington Co., Georgia.1 |
|Birth of Son||say 1794 ||Her son John Culpepper of Marion Co., MS was born say 1794 at Washington Co., Georgia.2 |
|Birth of Son||12 Mar 1795 ||Her son Henry Hardy Culpepper was born on 12 Mar 1795 at Washington Co., Georgia.1 |
|Birth of Son||28 Jan 1798 ||Her son Charles Culpepper was born on 28 Jan 1798 at Washington Co., Georgia.1 |
|Death*||before Apr 1843 ||She died before Apr 1843.1 |
- "A List of Ages" (Birth Dates) compiled by William B. Bryan on 16 Apr 1843. This is a list of the names and birthdates for Henry Stokes and wife Sarah, their 11 children and about 60 grandchildren. On 29 Jun 2010, Jean Odom Carter, who owned the document, created a scanned image which was then transcribed by Voncille Bush and edited by Sarah Murphy and Gerry Lee. Sarah Murphy provided a copy of the transcription to Culpepper Connections on 16 Aug 2010. In the link that follows, the Culpepper names can be seen.
- 1820 Federal Census, United States.
Page 42, Genealogy.com image 1, Unknown Township, Hancock Co., MS
John Culpepper, 1 M45+, 1 F45+, 1 slave
John Culpepper, Jr., 1 M0-10, 1 M16-26, 1 F16-26, 0 slaves
Samp Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 0 slaves.
- Since DNA testing precludes John Culpepper of Marion Co., MS descending from the mainline Culpeppers, we assume that he probably was adopted by Rev. John Culpepper, Jr. of Hancock Co., MS and his wife Mary Stokes.