" A Genealogic History of Balthaser Culp and His Descendants," by Wm. T.S. Culp (A copy of this book has been donated to our chapter  by chapter member, Harold C. Hunter)

Balthaser (Baltzer Culp) Kolb

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A Genealogic History of Balthaser Culp and His Descendants, by Harold (Skip) Hunter

This is an appraisal and appreciative history of our Patriot and Pioneer, Baltzer Culp, who as a settler accomplished much to Jefferson County, Ohio, such success as defies imagination and probabilities… A soldier in the American Revolution, a Patriot in the cause of Freedom, one whose strength, courage and vision rendered constructive and bounteous services to the new land, into which he had so early immigrated. Living a most exemplary life to an advanced age, giving to the new world more than it returned to him, leaving it enriched and ennobled, a priceless heritage to the multitude of his descendants, to his posterity… He was an adventurer… helped to lay the foundation for a prosperous State, Ohio. In recognition of his services as a Soldier, Patriot, and Pioneer, we offer tribute to this brave, tireless adventurer.

Above Photo: Baltzer Culp Tombstone

Above Photo: Baltzer Culp Monument

Information compiled and shared by chapter member Harold Hunter, Feb. 2010.
He can be contacted at:

Baltzer Culp is buried in the New Somerset Methodist Church Cemetery, Knox Twp., Jefferson Co., OH. The monument is located in New Somerset on the left side of Route 213, heading north, in about the center of town. Photos were taken in 1996.

Harold (Skip) Hunter
98-1850 Kaahumanu St. #Q
Pearl City, Hawaii  96782