Kent: Preston Hall. The Culpepers of Preston Hall, who owned the
manor for over four centuries, spanned 16 generations, from Sir
Thomas Culpeper3bh (1251-1305) to Alicia Culpeper18a
(1641-1734). This grand old home, rebuilt in the 19th
century by a railroad baron, is now part of a hospital.
Badsell Manor. Sir Thomas Culpeper6bh
and his son Walter7b.
Mascalls Court. Sir John Culpeper2,
appears to have been the first owner and it was held for
several generations by the direct ancestors of the
Astwood Manor. John Culpeper of
Astwood in Feckenham.
Goudhurst, Kent: Bedgebury Manor. A
Culpeper estate from 1425 to 1675, at Goudhurst, Kent. Ten
generations of Culpepers, including Walter7b
and Sir John8b, owned this
magnificent home, now operated as a girl's school.
Kent: St. Mary's Church. Very impressive monuments to
the Culpepers of Bayhall and Bedgebury, circa 1425-1618.
Greenway Court. Owned by the Wigsell and Hollingbourne
Culpepers, 1572-1719. The first Culpeper owner, Francis11,
was the son of William10.
Hollingbourne Manor. Owned by the
Wigsell and Hollingbourne Culpepers from 1590 to 1719.
Kent: All Saints Church. Contains the Culpeper
Chapel, honoring Elizabeth, Lady Culpeper, wife of Sir Thomas
Culpeper12h. Many other impressive Culpeper monuments.
Hunton, Kent: Hunton Manor.
Culpeper10 of Hunton and Wigsell.
Lossenham Manor. A estate owned by the Wigsell
Culpeppers from 1490 to 1618, including Walter9,
William10, and John11.
Bayhall Manor. The oldest of the
Culpeper manors, belonging
successively to the first eight generations of known Culpepers,
all of whom are direct ancestors of the modern day Culpeppers.
Salehurst, East Sussex:
Great Wigsell. Wigsell was purchased in 1348 by Sir John5 and was held by seven generations
of Culpepers who are direct ancestors of the modern-day
Kent: Heronden Manor. From Sir Thomas Culpeper6bh of
Bayhall for seven generations down to Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell12w.
The first five generations were direct ancestors of the modern-day