Ancestors of Lesa Gibson Pfrommer

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  • ID: I48514
  • Name: Green Culbertson
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 20 FEB 1801 in South Carolina
  • Death: 4 APR 1886 in Caldwell County, Texas
  • Burial: Davilla, Milam County, Texas
  • Note:
    First name may have been Samuel, according to family lore. We have found no legal record of this.
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    Green Culbertson was postmaster for the Flat Lick post office. The community no longer exists, but was next to or considered a part of the Pine Grove community.

    Source: Web Stewart
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    Source: Web Stewart

    Timeline of Green Culbertson

    Feb 20, 1801-Birth South Carolina (my guess is near Fairforest Creek in Spartanburg, Co.)

    June 27, 1821 Jasper Co. Georgia witness to Thomas Tucker will - 20 years old

    1827 Jasper Co. Georgia took part in Georgia land lottery-26 years old

    1830 Troup Co. Georgia on census-29 years old

    1840 Chambers Co. Alabama on census-39 years old

    1850 Coosa Co. Alabama on census -49 years old

    1851 Claiborne (Webster) Parish, Louisiana begins purchasing land for the Stewart-Culbertson farm

    1860 Claiborne (now part of Webster) Parish, Louisiana on census -59 years old

    1870 Claiborne (Webster) Parish, Louisiana on census -69 years old

    1880 Milam Co. Texas on census - 79 years old

    April 4, 1886 Death - Davilla, Milam Co. Texas - 85 years old
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    Last Will & Testament: Thomas Tucker
    Jasper Co, Ga Record: page 229
    Date 27 June 1821

    The last will and testament of Thomas Tucker of the State of Georgia and County of Jasper. I, Thomas Tucker considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind and memory do make and publish this my last will and testament in the manner and form following viz-I give and bequeath to my son Pointun, one feather bed and furniture, one cow and calf and one sow and pigs to be delivered when he calls for them and I give and bequeath unto my daughter Rody a certain proven account on the estate of James Calbert, son deceased due for two hundred dollars-It is further my will and testament that all the rest, residue and remainder of all my estate and effects, real and personal, whatsoever and wheresoever not herein before otherwise disposed of should be kept together by my dear and beloved wife Elizabeth until her death and after her death to be equally divided amongst my dear children viz. Margaret, William, Jeremiah, Sarah, Mary, Pointun, John, Rody and my grandson John Thomas Dingler; but if my said grandson John should die before he becomes of age, then his part to return to my other children and is further my will that my dear sons William and John should be executors of this my last will and testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal this 27th day of June 1821.

    Signed
    Thomas (X) Tucker

    Court of Ordinary November Term 1821 - will proven by J Wilkerson & Green Culbertson
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    CENSUS YEAR: 1830 STATE: Georgia COUNTY: Troup District: Captain Nails Dist. MICROFILM REEL: M19-21 ENUMERATOR: P. Adams
    Page 50, line 9
    Culberson, Green
    One male under 5, one male 20 to 30, 2 females under 5, one female 20 to 30, 5 total for household
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    Census Year: 1840 State: Alabama County: Chambers (copy in my files. lcp)
    Green Culbertson, one male under 5, 2 males 5 to 10, 1 male 10 to 15, one male 30 to 40, one female 5 to 10, 2 females 10 to 15, one female 30 to 40
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    During the winter of 1850-51, the Stewarts, Culbertsons and probably the Simontons, came from Alabama to Louisiana. They apparently came up the Ouachita in a boat which was infested with cholera. They landed at Copenhagen, just below Columbia. Four members of the Culbertson family died January 1851. They were Green Culbertson's mother (100 years old), his wife, Susan, son Thomas Franklin and baby daughter, Laura. According to a letter by Lafayette Culbertson, they were buried in Caldwell Parish.

    The family story is that when the families landed at Copenhagen, someone was sent ahead to either purchase land or to New Orleans to purchase supplies. Apparently, this person was Duncan Stewart. He was never heard from since. It is not known whether he died of cholera , was met with harm, or simply absconded with the money.
    Source: Web Stewart
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    Green's grave is in the Davilla Cemetery at the back NW corner. I believe it was on 437 off of US l90 just before Davilla. You can also reach it from Salado or Jarrell.

    Source: Jackie Thompson
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    Census 1850
    Coosa County, Alabama
    p. 23

    Culverton, Green 49 South Carolina
    Susan 45 Georgia
    Louisa J 22 Georgia
    Samuel 18 Georgia
    Thomas 16 Georgia
    Washington 12 Georgia
    Sarah 9 Alabama
    William 7 Alabama
    Susan 3 Alabama
    Laura 1 Alabama
    Celia 95 South Carolina


    Census 1870
    Claiborne Parish, Louisiana
    p. 122

    Culbertson, Green 67 South Carolina
    Mary 44 Louisiana
    Robert L. 6 Louisiana
    Cathrine, James 24 South Carolina
    Susan J. 23 Alabama
    Samuel 1 Alabama


    Census 1880
    Precinct 5, Milam County, Texas
    Family History Library Film 1255320
    NA Film Number T9-1320
    Page Number 311B

    Green CULBERTSON Self 79 South Carolina Farmer
    Mary CULBERTSON Wife 54 Louisiana Keeping House
    Robert E. L. CULBERTSON Son 16 Louisiana Works On Farm

    Green's father born in South Carolina, mother born in North Carolina.
    Mary's father born in North Carolina, mother born in South Carolina.




    Father: Samuel Culbertson , Jr. b: in Spartanburg District, South Carolina
    Mother: Celia b: ABT. 1755 in South Carolina

    Marriage 1 Sarah McElroy
    • Married: 17 OCT 1821 in Jasper County, Georgia

    Marriage 2 Susan Smith b: 18 FEB 1806 in Georgia
    • Married: 26 AUG 1826 in Jasper County, Georgia
    • Event: Comment 1 in His second wife
    Children
    1. Has Children Louisa Jane Culbertson b: 9 OCT 1827 in Georgia
    2. Has Children Mary Elizabeth Culbertson b: 8 FEB 1830 in Georgia
    3. Has No Children Samuel Green Culbertson b: 15 FEB 1832 in Georgia
    4. Has No Children Thomas Franklin Culbertson b: 17 JUN 1834 in Georgia
    5. Has Children Washington Lafayette Culbertson b: 18 JAN 1838 in Troup County, Georgia
    6. Has Children Sarah Frances Culbertson b: 6 AUG 1840 in Chambers County, Alabama
    7. Has Children William Patton Culbertson b: 12 JUL 1842 in Macon County, Alabama
    8. Has Children Susan Josephine Culbertson b: 5 DEC 1846 in Coosa County, Alabama
    9. Has No Children Laura Ann Bird Culbertson b: 12 MAY 1849 in Coosa County, Alabama

    Marriage 3 Mary Butler b: 14 JUN 1825 in Louisiana
    • Married: 11 JUN 1855 in Claiborne (now Webster) Parish, Louisiana
    • Event: Comment 1 in His third wife
    • Note:
      Book 1, Page 99

      Green Culbertson to Mary Butler

      The State of Louisiana
      Parish of Claiborne

      To Joseph Davidson or to any minister of the Gospel or Justice of the Peace authorized to celebrate marriage within the Parish of Claiborne - Greeting - You are hereby authorized and empowered to celebrate marriage between Mr. Green Culbertson and Miss Mary Butler both residents of said parish and State to Join them together in holy wedlock according to Law Given under my hand and seal of the District this 11th Day of June A.D. 1855 (Signed) D. Henry Dyer Clerk Dist. Court.

      The State of Louisiana
      Parish of Claiborne

      In pursuance of the foregoing license, I have celebrated marriage between Mr. Green Culbertson and Miss Mary Butler according to Law, In testimony where I have caused the parties to sign their names hereto in presence of the subscribing witnesses. This 11th day of June A.D. 1855 (Signed) Parties Green Culbertson, Mary Butler. Witnesses Roller Jones. E. J. Jones. G. L. Jones (Signed) Joseph T. Davidson. Minister of the Gospel.

      I certify that the above & foregoing is a true record D. Henry Dyer, Clk Dist Court
    Children
    1. Has No Children Charley Davidson Culbertson b: 6 JUL 1856
    2. Has No Children Lucy Ellen Culbertson b: 18 FEB 1859
    3. Has No Children James Madison Culbertson b: 25 APR 1860
    4. Has No Children Robert E. L. Culbertson b: 2 JAN 1864
    5. Has No Children Jesse Green Culbertson b: 8 DEC 1865
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