|Birth: ||Jan. 30, 1848|
|Death: ||May 25, 1934|
According to the 1880 census taken on September 9, William and his family were living in Frederick District, Frederick County, Maryland. William was listed as farmer age 32, his wife Sarah age 26, and son Roy S. age 7, daughter Katie age 5, and son William W. age 3, all born in Maryland. Also a Lizzie Jenkins age 19 a servant, and a John Mitchel age 16 servant/laborer. William lived next to his father Philip.
According to the 1900 census, William and his family were living in the Ballenger District, Frederick County, Maryland. William was listed as age 52 born January 1848 in Maryland, his wife Sarah C. age 46 born February 1854 in Maryland, also mention they were married for 28 years. Their children listed were W. Walter age 22 born October 1877, Philip H. age 16 born September 1883, Wilbur D. age 8 born September 1891, all listed born in Maryland.
Jefferson Lutheran Parish records show death date as 10 May.
From a biographical sketch found in History of Western Maryland by J. Thomas Scharf, published in 1882:
William L. Culler, a well and favorably known citizen of Ballanger District, Frederick County, has been occupied in operating his farm formerly styled "Hazel Thicket," now called "Deer Spring," about three years. This tract of land, comprising one hundred and eleven acres, is being rapidly brought into a fine condition under it's present proprietor's systematic methods of doing business, and is now much more valuable than when he became its owner. He is a practical and successful farmer, thoroughly understanding every detail of the proper management of a farm. The second son of Philip Culler, our subject was born in 1848 in Frederick District, about a mile and a half from his present home. He went to the schools in the vicinity of his boyhood's home, and gave his able assistance to his father in the varied
labors of the farm until he had attained his twenty-fifth year. He learned the miller's trade and followed that occupation for about seven years. Not caring to make this his chief employment in life, as he preferred agriculture, he rented a farm in Lewistown District, and dwelt thereon up to his removal to his present home some three years ago. As the years rolled by he accumulated a competence by his own industry and excellent financial judgment. On his farm is always to be found a very good grade of live stock, as he believes in keeping the best. He has been too busy to hold office, nor does he care to do so, but is always faithful in the discharge of every duty devolving upon him as a citizen. His ballot is given to the nominees of the Democratic party. Religiously he is a Lutheran. His unfailing goodness of heart and genuine courtesy to one and all make him a general favorite with all with whom he comes in contact, and his warm personal friends are innumerable. In 1872 Mr. Culler married Sarah C. Krantz, daughter of William Henry Krantz. Mrs. Culler was born in Virginia, but was reared and educated in the schools of this county. This marriage has been blessed with five children: Roy S., who married Sallie A. Wyatt; Kate May, wife of G. M. Miller; W. Walter, Philip H. and Wilbur D., who are still at home.
This was recorded in The News, Frederick, Maryland, June 3, 1891.
On Tuesday last as Mr. Wm. Culler and Mr. Keller, who are working for Mr. Samuel M. Culler, were sawing a large log in two in the latter's wood lot, one end of the log rolled on Mr. Wm. Culler's left foot bruising it very much, which has stopped him from work for a while.
His obituary in the Frederick News, Frederick, Maryland, May 25, 1934.
William Luther Culler, prominent farmer of near Feagaville, died at his home there at o'clock this morning after an immediate illness of three weeks. He was aged 86 years on January 30, and was a son of the late Philip and Ann Dixon Culler. He was a member of St. Luke's Lutheran church, Feagaville. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Sarah Krantz Culler, four sons and one daughter, Roy S, Culler, Baltimore; W. Walter Culler. WaJkersvillet; Philip H. Culler, Frederick; Wilbur D. Culler, at home; and Mrs. Kate May Miller, Lewistown; one brother, Mayor Lloyd C. Culler. Frederick; two sisters. Mrs. Harlan J. Beard, Feagaville. and Mrs. C. Newton Trundle, Frederick; ten grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral Sunday afternoon from St. Luke's Lutheran church, Feagaville, 2 o'clock. Interment in the adjoining cemetery. M. R. Etchison & Son, funeral directors.
Philip Culler (1811 - 1884)
Ann Rebecca Dixon Culler (1825 - 1908)
Sarah Catherine Krantz Culler (1854 - 1935)
Roy Selemuel Culler (1873 - 1945)*
Katie May Culler Miller (1874 - 1944)*
William Walter Culler (1877 - 1958)*
Wilbur Dewitt Culler (1891 - 1947)*
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
Created by: Richard Culler
Record added: Aug 11, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 95158219