Echols Photos - Documents
|Culpepper Family Photos-Contributed by Cubalynn Henderson & Talisa Henderson|
|Isaac Franklin Culpepper and Wife Nancy Browning|
|Photographed: says 1920, Georgia, Eight of Benjamin Sampson's eleven children are shown in this photo. Three other children died as infants. Of the seven adult sons, five were ordained ministers in the Church of God and one other was a lay preacher. Some in the photo appear to be holding Bibles Top Row, Left to Right Rev. Edward Bernado Culpepper (1888-1957) Rev. Jessie Josiah Culpepper (1877-1954) Rev. James Wallace Culpepper (1879-1948) Rev. Charles Allison Culpepper (1881-1947) Bottom Row, Left to Right Rev. David Croom Culpepper (1873-????) Mary Joanna Culpepper Wynn (1866-????) William Henry Culpepper (1869-1949) Rev. Isaac Franklin Culpepper (1875-1948),|
|Benjamin Sampson Culpepper Family|
|Photographed: May 1949, Georgia, at the home of Ida Mae Culpepper Kinsey. Her young daughter had just passed away of leukemia, and her six sisters gathered to offer her support. In photo from LEFT to RIGHT.... Anna Mae, Gladys Estell, Eva Drucilla, Ida Mae, Cordie Lee, Ruby Evelyn, and Cuba Lois.|
This photo is of my grandparents and their four oldest children. Standing is George Joyce, and Maggie Joyce Henderson, seated is Ben Joyce and Lena Joyce, and seated upon them is Bill Joyce and Austin Joyce. There were three more children to come later, Benny Joyce, Ruby Joyce Strickland, and Bruce Joyce. I believe this picture was taken around 1910 in Echols county because my father , Austin, was born August 6, 1909.
This is Katie A. (Jordan) Deloach. She lived all her married life in Howell, Ga. Her husband was Eck Deloach, son of Henry Echols Deloach and Sarah Chauncey Deloach. Katie was born Aug. 6, 1888 and died May 16, 1944. Her parents were William and Susanna (Thompson) Jordan. Katie and Eck married in Clinch Co., Ga. on Sept. 18, 1909. They are both buried at the Wayfare Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Echols Co., Ga. They had two sons. One was Henry b. 1910 and 1910 and the second one was Frank Deloach b. 1914 and he d. 1915. Eck Deloach was b. Feb. 1, 1888 and he died Oct. 11, 1955. Contributed by Loretta Jordan.
Statenville Class of 1939, Echols County, Georgia - Thanks to Janice Hinkleyfor caring and sharing - "My aunt Vella Smith is in the photo"
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