Isaac William Culp

Full Name: Isaac William "Ike" Culp
Date of birth: September 22, 1870
Date of death: September 18, 1934

Terms of Service top

Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 95 Jan 9, 1923 - Jan 13, 1925 38th   Democrat Temple / Bell   Bell
H 67 Jan 14, 1919 - Jan 11, 1921 36th   Democrat Killeen / Bell   Bell, Milam
H 67 Jan 10, 1899 - Jan 8, 1901 26th (1) (2) (3)   Democrat Coryell / Coryell   Coryell

(1) CORYELL CITY, TEXAS. "The community became known as Coryell in the early 1870s." Handbook of Texas Online.
(2) Coryell City, Coryell County. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004, 2005.
(3) Coryell. Texas Legislative Manual.

Biographical Notes and Resources top

Resolutions and Journal entries

Biographical Sketches

  • I.W. Culp (1870-1934), burial in Killeen City Cemetery, Bell County. Includes biographical sketch, "A Profile: I.W. 'Ike' Culp," from Killeen: Tale of Two Cities. Find a Grave.
  • Biographical sketch, I.W. Culp, Volume II, pp. 607-608. Born 9/22/1870 in Coryell County, married Miss Emma Hoover 8/21/1901 in Bell County. A History of Central and Western Texas, 1911.
  • Obituary, "With the Texas Press: The Late Judge I.W. Culp," according to the Temple Telegram, 10/14/1934, p. 4. Waco Tribune-Herald.

Other Resources

  • I.W. Culp, birth date 9/22/1870 in Coryell County, death date 9/18/1934 in Temple, Bell County, lawyer. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • Isaac William Culp and Emma Hoover, parents of Isaac William Culp, Jr., death date 12/21/1958 in Houston. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • "Do Not Go Gentle: Former Lieutenant Governor Bill Hobby fights on for better, more diverse education in Texas," 9/10/1998. Relatives: William Pettus "Bill" Hobby, Jr. (Lieutenant Governor 1973-1991) - grandson; I.W. Culp - grandfather. Houston Press.


  • Photograph. I.W. Culp, 38th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Photograph. I.W. Culp, 36th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Photograph. I.W. Culp, 26th Legislature, State Preservation Board

Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol

Committee Information top

38th R.S. - 1923
Constitutional Amendments  
Labor (Vice Chair) 
Public Printing  
Revenue and Taxation  
36th R.S. - 1919
Municipal and Private Corporations  
Oil, Gas, and Mining  
State Eleemosynary and Reformatory Institutions  
26th R.S. - 1899
Judicial Districts  
Public Buildings and Grounds  
Roads, Bridges and Ferries  

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