|Birth: ||Jun. 26, 1862|
|Death: ||Nov. 30, 1931|
In the 1900 census, George and his family were living in Ballenger District, Frederick County, Maryland. He was listed as, George B. Culler, a carpenter, age 37 born June 1862 in Maryland, and his wife, Tempie L. Culler, age 31 born August 1868 in Maryland, and their children listed were; Mary E. Culler age 7 born November 1892 in Maryland, and Floyd L. Culler age 3 born August 1896 in Maryland.
In the 1910 census, George and his family were still living in Ballenger District, Frederick County, Maryland. He was listed as George Culler, a carpenter homes and barns, age 47 born in Maryland, and his wife, Tempie Culler, age 41 born in Maryland, and their children listed were; Mary E. Culler age 16, Floyd Culler age 13, and Arthur Culler age 9, all born in Maryland.
In the 1920 census, George and his family were still living in Ballenger District, Frederick County, Maryland. He was listed as George B. Culler, a general farmer, age 57 born in Maryland, and his wife, Tempie L. Culler, age 51 born in Maryland, and there daughter, Mary E. Culler, a public school teacher, age 25 born in Maryland, and their son, Floyd L. Culler, a general farm laborer, age 23 born in Maryland.
In the 1930 census, George and his family were living in Frederick District, Frederick County, Maryland. He was listed as, George B. Culler, a Superintendent for street work, age 67 born in Maryland, and his wife, Tempie L. Culler, age 61 born in Maryland. Also Corca M. Wagner, age 56 born in Maryland, listed as his sister, was living with them.
This was recorded in The News, Frederick, Maryland, December 22, 1892:
At the residence of the bride's mother, Mrs. Sallie J Hargett, on Court street, the nuptials of Mr. George B. Culler, of Feagaville, and Miss Tempie L Hargett, of this city, were celebrated at 3 o'clock p. m. today. Rev. S. A. Hedges, of Jefferson, was the officiating clergyman. The attendants were a brother of the groom and a sister of the bride. Quite a
number of friends from the vicinity of the groom's home and of this city were in attendance.
The bride is a daughter of the late Curtis F. Hargett, Esq. The bridal presents consisted of a large number of useful and handsome articles,-such as are always appreciated by the young housekeeper. The table in the reception room was spread with confections, nuts, cake and conserves of all kinds. The bride's cake was iced in a very artistic manner; the upper surface representing a collection of roses, leaves and flowers of different kinds. Mr. and Mrs. Culler take the 6:20 p. m train for Washington this evening.
His death notice in The Frederick Post, Frederick, Maryland, Thursday, December 4, 1930.
The funeral of the late George B. Culler, superintendent of streets, who died Sunday evening, took place Wednesday morning. Short services were held at the home, 232 East Second Street at 10 o'clock with further services at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, at Feagaville, at 11 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Maurer. Three selections were rendered by a male quartet, composed of Frank B. Sappington, R. Ames Hendrickson, Robert Smith and Howard Colliflower. The funeral was largely attended and the floral emblems very handsome. The Board of Aldermen, city attorney, city engineer and city policemen acted as honorary bearers. The Bible Class, No. 58, of the Evangelical Lutheran Sunday school and the city street department were represented. The active pallbearers were: Paul L. Beard, Thomas P. Culler, Claude F. Culler, Philip H. Culler, Kurtz E. Culler and Bartgis Storm. Interment in cemetery adjoining church at Feagaville. C. E. Cline and Son, funeral directors.
Philip Culler (1811 - 1884)
Ann Rebecca Dixon Culler (1825 - 1908)
Tempie Letitia Hargett Culler (1868 - 1945)
Mary Ethel Culler Remsberg (1893 - 1970)*
Arthur Hedges Culler (1900 - 1945)*
James Henry Culler (1846 - 1923)*
William Luther Culler (1848 - 1934)*
Philip Kurtz Culler (1849 - 1855)*
Lewis Franklin Culler (1851 - 1855)*
Eliza Sophia Culler (1852 - 1855)*
Hester Ellen Culler (1854 - 1858)*
Sophia Elizabeth Culler (1856 - 1857)*
John Jacob Culler (1858 - 1928)*
Ann Rebecca Culler Beard (1860 - 1948)*
George Bowers Culler (1862 - 1931)
Mary Matilda Culler Trundle (1865 - 1947)*
Lloyd Clayton Culler (1869 - 1960)*
Saint Lukes Lutheran Church Cemetery
Maintained by: Richard Culler
Originally Created by: Lynda M
Record added: Aug 19, 2012
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