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Rev. Christian CULP
Elizabeth GOOD
Husband:  Christian CULP
Birth:  20 Mar 1815, Rockingham Co., VA
Death:  5 Jan 1883, Allen Co., OH
Occupation:  farmer, blacksmith, clergyman
Religion:  Mennonite
Father:  Henry CULP, Jr.
Mother:  Frances FUNK
Marriage:  30 Nov 1837, Fairfield Co., OH
Migration:  by 1850, in Hocking Co., OH
Migration:  1852, to Allen Co., OH
Wife:  Elizabeth GOOD
Birth:  1812/3, OH
Occupation:  homemaker
Religion:  Mennonite
Children born in OH:
  1.  David CULP, b. 10 Oct 1838 
  2.  Noah CULP, b. 27 Jan 1840 
  3.  Magdalene CULP, b. 20 Jul 1841
  4.  Frances "Fannie" CULP, b. 10 Feb 1843
  5.  Nancy CULP, b. 14 Jul 1845
  6.  Anna CULP, b. 7 Sep 1846
  7.  Susanna CULP, b. 23 Jan 1848; d.s.p. by 1850
  8.  Sophia CULP, b. 24 Feb 1849
  9.  Elizabeth CULP, b. 22 Aug 1851
10.  Christian C. CULP, b. 21 Jul 1853


Sources:

1.  Anon.  1966.  Marriage Index:  Ohio, 1789-1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-400):
Culp, Christian Good, Elizabeth 30 Nov 1837 Fairfield Co.

2.  Census Index:  U.S. Selected Counties, 1840 (Broderbund CD-316):  cannot find.

3.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #17 of 42):  Marion Twp., Hocking Co., OH, p. 420A, 109/111, enumerated 25 Sep 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):
Christian Culp 35 M   Farmer 1000 Virginia
Elizabeth  " 37 F       Ohio
David      " 11 M       "
Noah       " 10 M       "
Magdalene  "  8 F       "
Fanny      "  7 F       "
Nancy      "  5 F       "
Anna       "  3 F       "
Sophia     "  1 F       "

4.  1860

5.  1870

6.  1880

7.  Early Mennonite Settlers in Allen County, Ohio (online at the Allen County OHGenWeb site; appears to be an excerpt from some published work, but no citation is given):
...Ordinations for minister were not needed for another generation because several more moved into the community from Fairfield and Franklin counties.

The first of these was Christian Culp (1815-1883) who was born in Rockingham County, Virginia.  Sometime after his marriage to Elizabeth Good, they united with the Mennonites.  In 1846 he was ordained in Fairfield County.  Though uneducated and a blacksmith by trade, he applied himself diligently and surprised people by becoming a fluent speaker.  He favored an intensely conservative program of church life and discipline.  However, tradition says that if ever a man was without an enemy it was Preacher Culp.  He moved to Allen County in 1852.

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