AMOS CULP, a native of Virginia, is a son of John and Ann (Collier) Culp. He was reared on a farm, and on coming to this county settled on section 19, Jackson Township, where he bought 160 acres of prairie and, eleven acres of timber land. He married, in 1837, Mary Grason, a native of Virginia, and by that union had nine children, namely: Garrett, Catherine, Ann, William, Thomas, Clairie, John Edward, Minerva and Alice. Mrs. Culp died in 1862, and our subject was again married, in June, 1880, to Flora Cetcham, a native of Pennsylvania. Mr. C. is a member of the United Brethren Church, and has been School Treasurer.
Source Citation: "1887 Benton County, Iowa Biographies" [database online] Benton County IAGenWeb Project. <http://iagenweb.org/benton/>
Original data: "Portrait and Biographical Album of Benton County, Iowa." Chicago: Chapman Brothers, 1887, p. 314.
Transcribed by: Sue Soden. Submitted to the Benton County IAGenWeb Project on January 28th, 2009. Copyright © 2009 The IAGenWeb Project.