She was Beppie Lee Leslie (maiden name) Culin (married name) Roskruge (she used the last name of her aunt and uncle years after John Culin died).
Her mother was Sally Knox Wood Leslie.In 1901 Sally remarried James Guthrie.At that time Sally had another daughter, Dorothy, who is mentioned as being a half sister of Beppie.I have found no explanation of how Dorothy could be a half sister.Reason this matters is that Dorothy's descendents, if any, may be the only living blood relatives of Beppie.
Beppie’s aunt and uncle were Pauline (Lena) Wood Roskruge and George Ruskuge.Her grandfather was Judge Wood.The Wood-Roskruge-Marshall families were and are famous in Arizona history.There are many things named after them in Arizona, including the Roskruge Mountains.
Beppie had no children, possibly a problem she inherited.Her aunt Pauline Roskruge apparently had no children, hence my guess about that.
Beppie was born in 1890 or 1889 to Sally Knox Wood Leslie and the unknown Mr. Leslie in Honolulu.I can find no record about Mr. Leslie.I can find nothing about his dying or divorcing Sally Wood Lesle. Given how unusual it would have been for Tucson resident Sally Wood to give birth in Honolulu, my guess is that Mr. Leslie was in the US Navy.
That may have some psychological reason for why Beppie married John Culin.
The remarriage of Sally Wood may also have something to do with Beppie never remarrying after John Culin’s early death.
Well, here I have this old trading book inscribed by Beppie on the cover "Mrs. John H. Culin...New Orleans...1920".
It is very sad to me that when Beppie's estate was settled, that no living relative cared enough about her to keep this book.
I am continuing to search for a blood relative who might care, but at this point the prospects of finding such person seem dismal.