Slaney Culpeper1

Male, #8851, (31 Oct 1598 - 12 Dec 1618)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell2 (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Anne Slaney2 (c 1575 - 20 Feb 1600/1)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*31 Oct 1598 Slaney was born on 31 Oct 1598.3 
Death of Mother20 Feb 1600/1 His mother Anne Slaney died on 20 Feb 1600/1.4 
Will16 Sep 1613 He is mentioned in the will of Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell on 16 Sep 1613.5 
Biography* His first appearance on the surviving record is in the will of his father (1609) as 'my eldest son [when he] comes to the age of xxiiij years.' He is first named in the will of his maternal grandmother (1612) as 'Slanye Culpeper one of the sons of my dau. Anne Culpeper dec;' which is followed by the reference in one of his father's codicils (1613) to 'my sonne Slaney Culpeper' In his father's inq. p.m. (1614 it is stated that 'Slany Culpeper esq. is his son and heir by said Anne... and was 14 years, 10 months and 18 days at his father's death [September 18, 1613]. Finally, he is named in his grandmother's codicil (July, 1618), written a few months before his death, in the language already quoted. He matriculated at Hart Hall, April 26, 1616, as 'of Sussex, aged 17' (Foster); and was admitted to the Middle Temple, February 6, 1617/18, as 'Mr. Slanye, son and heir of Thomas Culpeper, of Wigsell, Sussex, Esq. dec.' (Hopwood, ii, 625). That he died at Losenham (in Newenden) unmarried,'December 12, 1618, leaving his brother John his heir appears from the inq. p.m. (see probate record below.)6 
Middle Temple*6 Feb 1617/18  On 6 Feb 1617/18, Slaney was admitted to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, commonly known as Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court (professional associations for barristers and judges) in London.6 
Death*12 Dec 1618 He died on 12 Dec 1618 at age 20.6 
Probate*6 May 1619 Probate action was taken on Slaney's estate on 6 May 1619

Inquisition taken at East Greenwich co. Kent 6 May, 17 Jac [1, 1619] before... escheator after death of Slany Culpeper esq. who at his death was within age of 21 & in Wardship of King, by oath of... who say that sd S. Culpeper was seised in fee tail as heir of the body of Thomas Culpeper esq. dec. by Anne his wife dec. of a messe & lands etc. containing 280 acres in Newenden co. Kent in tenure of Edmund Hamond, late parcel of manor of Lossenham; & of 125 acres in Newenden afsd & Sandherst Kent in tenure of sd E. Hamond late parcel of same manor; & of site of Priory of White Friars etc; & a marsh, containing 18 acres. in Newenden afsd: the reversion of all sd premises belonging to John Culpeper & Alexander Culpeper esquires in fee. Sd S. Culpeper was selsed in fee tail as heir male of sd T. Culpeper by Anne his wife of manor or farm of Wigsell containing 600 acres in Saleherst, Sussex; & of 12 acres of land in S. afsd. & Bodiam, Sussex [i. e., the land which John1? of Feckenharn held in 1612] in tenure of Thomas Duncke, reversion as before. Sd messe & 280 acres in Newenden are held of King as of his county of Hertford by knights service & are worth £3 a year. Sd 125 acres in Sandherst [and Newenden] are held similarly & are worth 20s. a year. Whitefriars afsd etc. are held of King as of his manor of East Greenwich in socage & are worth 10s. a year. Manor of Wigsell & 600 acres in Salehurst are held of Thomas Pelham, Bt. as of his castle of Hastings, co. Sussex by knight service & are worth £10. Sd 12 acres in Salehurst & Bodiam are held of Ralph Bossevile, knight & Thomas Levite, gent. as of their manor of Bodiam in socage & are worth 3s. 4d. a year. Sd S. Culpeper died at Newenden co. Kent, a minor, in Wardship of King, on 12 Dec. last [1618]. John Culpeper is his only brother & heir, & heir of the body of sd Thomas Culpeper by Anne his wife, & is at taking of this Inq. under 21, viz. 18 years 9 months & 9 days & no more. Sd. S. Culpeper held no other land.

Inq. p. m. Wards & Liveries 59:106 similar.2 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
Last Edited5 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    Chanc. Inq. P. M. Ser. 11, 374: 104.
  3. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    He was 14 years, 10 months and 18 days old at his father's death on 18 Sep 1613.
  4. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P.C.C. 79 Capell Chancery Inq. P.M. 1614 No. 53.
  5. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Extract from the Will of Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell, Esq.
  6. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

Roger Beeston of London

Male, #8852, (say 1545 - )
Birth*say 1545 Roger was born say 1545. 
Marriage* He married an unknown person . 

Family

Child
Last Edited4 Oct 2000

Mary Culpeper1

Female, #8853, (circa Aug 1606 - circa 1606)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Mary Beeston (s 1575 - c 1661)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*circa Aug 1606 Mary was born circa Aug 1606. 
Baptism10 Aug 1606 She was baptized at Salehurst, co. Sussex, England, on 10 Aug 1606.  
Biography* She was baptised in Salehurst, August 10, 1606, as 'Maria Culpeper filia Thomae, armigerl,' but is not further identified. The language of her father's will, supplemented by the fact that she is not named in her mother's will, indicates that she died in infancy, and was probably buried in Hawkhurst or Newenden.2 
Death*circa 1606 She died circa 1606. 
Last Edited24 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

Thomas Culpeper1

Male, #8854, (circa Dec 1607 - circa 29 Dec 1607)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Mary Beeston (s 1575 - c 1661)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*circa Dec 1607 Thomas was born circa Dec 1607. 
Baptism13 Dec 1607 He was baptized at Hawkhurst, co. Kent, England, on 13 Dec 1607.  
Death*circa 29 Dec 1607 He died circa 29 Dec 1607. 
Burial*30 Dec 1607 His body was interred on 30 Dec 1607 at Salehurst, co. Sussex, England
Biography* The entry in the Salehurst register of his baptism, December 13, 1607, is 'Thomas Culpeper filius Thomae armigeri, permissione baptisatus fuit, ecclesia de Haukehurst;' but he was buried in Salehurst, December 30, 1607, as 'Thomas Culpeper filius Thornae, arm.2
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
Last Edited24 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

(?) Culpeper

Female, #8855, (1608 - 1608)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Mary Beeston (s 1575 - c 1661)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*1608 (?) was born in 1608. 
Death*1608 She died in 1608. 
Biography* The Salehurst register records the burial, December 5, 1608, of 'filia Thomae Culpeper arm. inbaptizata.1
Last Edited24 May 2011

Citations

  1. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

Cicely Culpeper1

Female, #8856, (circa Jun 1610 - 1620)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Mary Beeston (s 1575 - c 1661)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*circa Jun 1610 Cicely was born circa Jun 1610. 
Baptism8 Jul 1610 She was baptized at Salehurst, co. Sussex, England, on 8 Jul 1610.  
Death*1620 She died in 1620. 
Biography* She was baptised in Salehurst, July 8, 1610, as 'Cicelie Culpeper filia Thomae, arm.' and buried there January 17, 1619/20 as 'Cicely Culpeper filia. Thomae, esq.2
Last Edited24 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

Anna Culpeper1

Female, #8857, (circa Oct 1611 - after 1660)
Father*Thomas Culpeper of Wigsell (1561 - b 19 Sep 1613)
Mother*Mary Beeston (s 1575 - c 1661)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*circa Oct 1611 Anna was born circa Oct 1611. 
Baptism10 Nov 1611 She was baptized at Salehurst, co. Sussex, England, on 10 Nov 1611.  
Marriage*3 Nov 1636 She married Thomas Scott of Smeeth at Frittenden, co. Kent, England, on 3 Nov 1636. 
Married Name3 Nov 1636  As of 3 Nov 1636, her married name was Scott. 
Will15 Aug 1660 She is mentioned in the will of Mary Beeston on 15 Aug 1660.2 
Death*after 1660 She died after 1660. 
Biography* The Salehurst register records the baptism, November 10, 1611, of 'Anna Culpeper filia Thomae, arm., permissione baptizata erat apud Hawkhurst.' Her next appearance is in a mar. lic. at Canterbury, October 7, 1636, viz: 'Thomas Scott of Smeeth, bach. about 21 son of Robert S. of same, who consents & Ann Culpeper of Frittenden, virgo. who, her father being dead, is now under the government of Sir Alexander Culpeper of Ulcomb, Knight, who also consents.' The marriage was recorded among the Scotts of Scot Hall at the Visitation of Kent, 1663. Her mother's will names 'Thomas Scot... and my dau. his wife,' indicating that she survived her mother.3 

Family

Thomas Scott of Smeeth (say 1605 - )
Marriage*3 Nov 1636 She married Thomas Scott of Smeeth at Frittenden, co. Kent, England, on 3 Nov 1636. 
Last Edited24 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pp 66-67. The will of Mary Beeston Culpeper is at Canterbury, dated 15th August, 1660, and proved 11th April 1661, by Edmund Gibbon, Esq., her son.
  3. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.

Robert Scott of Smeeth

Male, #8858, (say 1575 - )
Birth*say 1575 Robert was born say 1575. 
Birth of Sonsay 1605 His son Thomas Scott of Smeeth was born say 1605. 

Family

Child
Last Edited25 Dec 1999

Thomas Scott of Smeeth1

Male, #8859, (say 1605 - )
Father*Robert Scott of Smeeth (s 1575 - )
Birth*say 1605 Thomas was born say 1605. 
Marriage*3 Nov 1636 He married Anna Culpeper at Frittenden, co. Kent, England, on 3 Nov 1636. 
Will15 Aug 1660 He is mentioned in the will of Mary Beeston on 15 Aug 1660.2 

Family

Anna Culpeper (circa Oct 1611 - after 1660)
Last Edited25 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pp 66-67. The will of Mary Beeston Culpeper is at Canterbury, dated 15th August, 1660, and proved 11th April 1661, by Edmund Gibbon, Esq., her son.

John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex1

Male, #8860, (1568 - 6 Oct 1607)
Father*Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent (1538 - 31 May 1591)
Mother*Philippa Hinckstead (s 1549 - b 7 Jul 1574)
Name Variation He was also known as John Culpeper of Pennington.2 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*1568 John was born in 1568. 
Will20 May 1590 He is mentioned in the will of Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent at co. Kent, England, on 20 May 1590.3 
Death of Father31 May 1591 His father Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent died on 31 May 1591. 
Middle Temple*12 Mar 1593/94  On 12 Mar 1593/94, John was admitted to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, commonly known as Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court (professional associations for barristers and judges) in London.4 
Marriage*say 1597 He married Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent say 1597. 
Birth of Son1 Dec 1598 His son John Culpeper was born on 1 Dec 1598.5 
Birth of Soncirca 1600 His son Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex was born circa 1600. 
Will22 Oct 1602 John, Elizabeth, Thomas, Anthony, Henry, John, William and Elizabeth named as heir(s) in the will of Thomas Culpeper of Wilmington, co. Sussex on 22 Oct 1602.6 
Will13 Jun 1604 He is mentioned in the will of Elizabeth Broke at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 13 Jun 1604.7 
Biography* John, who, as may be seen from his father's Inquisition, was 23 years of age and more in 1591, and therefore born about 1568, married Anne, daughter of Thomas and Margery Scott, of Sevenoaks, in Kent, and widow successively of Edward Puckering, gent., and of Mr. Bourchier (vide Visitation of London, 1634, published by the Harl. Soc.) He matriculated at Oxford from Hart Hall, 18 Nov 1586, aged 17, and was admitted of the Middle Temple, 1593, as son and heir of Francis, of Hollingbourne. Soon after this he married and settled at Folkington, in Sussex, and by his wife Anne had two sons:

(i.) Thomas, bap. at St. Mary Woolchurch, Haw, London, 4 Jan 1600/1, as son of Mr. John Culpepper, of Fointon (Folkington), in Sussex; (ii.) John; and a daughter: (iii.) Frances, who married about 1619, Herbert Hay, of Glyndebourne, near Lewes, Esq.

He was buried at Wilmington, as of Folkington, 6 Oct 1607, and his widow re-married at Folkington 2 Jan 1608/9, as her fourth husband, Edmund Hayes, or Hay, of Battle, gent., who was buried there 10 Nov 1621, leaving her surviving.8 
Biography He matriculated at Hart Hall, Oxford, November 18, 1586, as 'of Kent, aged 17' (Foster); and was described in his father's inq. p. m., October, 1591, as 'son and next heir, of the age of 23 years and more.' On March 12, 1593/4, he was admitted to the Middle Temple as 'Mr. John Culpeper, late of Clements Inne [was he a contemporary of justice Shallow?], gent., son and heir of Francis C., late of Hollingbourne, Esq., deceased' (Hopwood, i, 339). By his will (P.C.C. Windebank, 30) proved in 1607, he styled himself 'of Fogington.' By his wife, who was a Scott of Seven Oaks (an aunt of that George Scott who was a diligent 'private member' of the Virginia Company to its end. Cf. Brown, Genesis, ii, 996) and with whom he had Folkington, he left issue which persisted for three generations and became extinct in 1693 with John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent. For this family see the pedigree of 'Culpeper of Fogington,' recorded at the Visitation of Sussex, 1633-34; the wills P.C.C. Coke, 136; Duke, 130; and Coker, 100; and the case of Culpeper v. Wigg, 1679, in Chancery Reports temp. Finch, 426.4 
Will*7 Sep 1607 He made a will at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, on 7 Sep 1607.

I John Culpeper of Fogington in the county of Sussex, Esquire. To my daughter Frauncis (Frances Culpeper) £500 at marriage or 21, if married with the consent of her mother and my overseers. To Henry Parker, son of my good friend Sir Nicholas Parker, Kt. and my godsonne, a colt or £5. To John Ranger and Agnes Honny who have attended me in my sickness 10s. To the residue of my servants 5s. each--land in co. Southampton to myself for life, then to my wife Anne (Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent), then to my daughter Fraunces, remainder to my brother Thomas Culpeper (Sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne, the Elder, Knight) (i.e. half brother) and his heirs, with remainder to my right heirs. To my mother in law Mrs. Margerie Scott (Margery Scott) a ring of 5 marks. To William Jurden 20 nobles. Residuary legatee and Executrix my wife Anne. Overseers my brothers in law Richard Scott and George Scott and my friend Herbert Springett Esq. Witnesses Jo. Rivers, Clemens Athurst, William Jurden. Proved 28 Apr. 1608 by Anne Culpeper the relict.8 
Burial*6 Oct 1607 His body was interred on 6 Oct 1607 at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England
Death*6 Oct 1607 He died at Penton Mewsey Manor, co. Sussex, England, on 6 Oct 1607.1 
Probate28 Apr 1608 Probate action was taken on John's estate on 28 Apr 1608 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. 30 Windebank. 
Note*14 Sep 1610 By Inquisition taken at Winchester on 14 Sep 8 James I (1610) after the death of John Culpeper gent. it was found that he died seized of the manor of Penyton Meysey in the county of Southampton and of a messuage and carucate of land in Penyton Meysey, lately William Peverells, and to the aforesaid John Culpeper a fine was levied in the 4th year of the now King between George Scott and Edmund Scott plaintiffs and the aforesaid John Culpeper and Anne his wife deforciants of the manor of Pennyngton Mewsey alias Penyton Meysey with the appurtenances 20 messuages 10 cottages, 10 lofts, 3 dovecots, 20 gardens, 12 orchards, 2000 acres of land, 200 acres of meadow 1000 acres of pasture 200 acres of wood, 200 acres of furze and heath and £6 rents with appurtenances in Pennyngton Mewsey, Fascott, and Hatherden, to the use of the said John Culpeper and Anne and the longer liver of them, afterwards to the heirs male on the body of the said Anne, and afterwards to John Culpepers right heirs, according to an Indenture 1 May 4 James I between the said parties. The said John Culpeper in the brief named had issue male on the body of the said Anne a certain John Culpeper. The said John Culpeper in the brief named was also seized of the Advowson Rectory and church of Penyton Meysey, and so seized died 6 Oct 5 James I at Penyton Meysey, but Anne survives him and is living at Penyton Meysey. John Culpeper is son and heir of the above John and Anne and was aged 8 years 10 months and 5 days at the death of his father. The manor of Penyton Meysey is held of the King as of the heredity of Thomas Seymor who died without heir, and the messuage and carucate are held of the King as of his honour of Gloucester both by military service. The advowson is held of the King in capite, and is worth nothing because it is filled (quia plena).8 
Probate30 Jul 1639 He is mentioned in the probate of the estate of an unknown person at Winchester, Hampshire, England, on 30 Jul 1639.2 

Family

Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent (say 1572 - after 1621)
Marriage*say 1597 He married Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent say 1597. 
Children
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited3 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 76-77. Chancery Inq. P.M., 15 Charles I (1639), pt. 2, No. 75.
  3. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P.C.C. 85 Sainberbe, Will dated May 20, 1590, Proved November 22, 1591.
  4. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.
  5. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    John "was aged 8 years 10 months and 5 days at the death of his father". (His father died 6 Oct 1607.).
  6. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    Abstract of the Will of Thomas Culpeper, of Wilmington, from Lewes, A. 11, 218, and P.C.C., 102 Bolein.
  7. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    P.C.C. 54 Staffordes.
  8. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 74-75.

Walter Culpeper1

Male, #8861, (before 2 Nov 1573 - 1595)
Father*Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent (1538 - 31 May 1591)
Mother*Philippa Hinckstead (s 1549 - b 7 Jul 1574)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Baptism2 Nov 1573 He was baptized at Harrietsham, co. Kent, England, on 2 Nov 1573.  
Birth*before 2 Nov 1573 Walter was born at Harrietsham, co. Kent, England, before 2 Nov 1573. 
Will20 May 1590 He is mentioned in the will of Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent at co. Kent, England, on 20 May 1590.2 
Death of Father31 May 1591 His father Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent died on 31 May 1591. 
Will8 Mar 1594 He is mentioned in the will of Joan Pordage on 8 Mar 1594.3 
Death*1595 He died at Holland in 1595. 
Biography* He was baptized in Harrietsham, November 2, 1573, as 'Walterus filius Francisci Culpep'; and is named both in his father's will and in that of his father's widow, the latter indicating that he was living in March, 1594/5. The visitation pedigrees enter him as 'slayne in Holland,' and it seems likely that he died fighting under Sir Francis Vere, perhaps in the wild foray on Crudenburg on August 22, 1595 (See Markham, The Fighting Veres, 214).
Source: Fairfax Harrison, "The Proprietors of the Northern neck." 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited13 Feb 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P.C.C. 85 Sainberbe, Will dated May 20, 1590, Proved November 22, 1591.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    C. Liber 38, No. 168.

John Pordage of Rodmersham, co. Kent

Male, #8862, (1493 - 14 May 1589)
Birth*1493 John was born in 1493. 
Marriage* He married an unknown person . 
Death*14 May 1589 He died on 14 May 1589. 
Burial*1589 His body was interred in 1589 at Rodmersham, co. Kent, England

Family

Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited9 May 1999

Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent1

Female, #8863, (say 1572 - after 1621)
Father*Thomas Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent (s 1542 - )
Mother*Margery (?) (s 1544 - )
Birth*say 1572 Ann was born say 1572. 
Marriagebefore 1591 She married Edward Puckering gent. before 1591. 
Married Namebefore 1591  As of before 1591, her married name was Puckering. 
Marriage1591 She married Thomas Bowcher citizen and haberdasher of London in 1591. 
Married Name1591  As of 1591, her married name was Bowcher. 
Marriage*say 1597 She married John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex say 1597. 
Married Namesay 1597  As of say 1597, her married name was Culpeper. 
Birth of Son1 Dec 1598 Her son John Culpeper was born on 1 Dec 1598.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1600 Her son Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex was born circa 1600. 
Will7 Sep 1607 She is mentioned in the will of John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, on 7 Sep 1607.3 
Marriage2 Jan 1609 She married Edmund Hayes of Battle, gent. at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, on 2 Jan 1609. 
Married Name2 Jan 1609  As of 2 Jan 1609, her married name was Hayes. 
Death*after 1621 She died after 1621. 
Probate30 Jul 1639 She is mentioned in the probate of the estate of an unknown person at Winchester, Hampshire, England, on 30 Jul 1639.4 

Family

John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (1568 - 6 Oct 1607)
Marriage*say 1597 She married John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex say 1597. 
Children
Last Edited3 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    John "was aged 8 years 10 months and 5 days at the death of his father". (His father died 6 Oct 1607.).
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 74-75.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 76-77. Chancery Inq. P.M., 15 Charles I (1639), pt. 2, No. 75.

Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex1

Male, #8864, (circa 1600 - before 19 Mar 1639)
Father*John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (1568 - 6 Oct 1607)
Mother*Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent (s 1572 - a 1621)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*circa 1600 Thomas was born circa 1600. 
Baptism4 Jan 1601 He was baptized at St. Mary Woolchurch, Haw, co. Kent, England, on 4 Jan 1601.  
Marriage*say 1629 He married Elizabeth Goodridge say 1629. 
Birth of Sonsay 1630 His son Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton was born say 1630 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Birth of Sonbefore 18 Feb 1634 His son John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent was born before 18 Feb 1634 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1635 His son Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex was born circa 1635 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Birth of Sonbefore 26 Oct 1637 His son William Culpeper Leather-seller of London was born before 26 Oct 1637 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Burial*19 Mar 1639 His body was interred on 19 Mar 1639 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Death*before 19 Mar 1639 He died at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, before 19 Mar 1639. 
Biography* By an Inquisition taken at King's Clere, co. Southampton, 8 Oct 1610 (8 James I), it was found that John Culpeper, gent., had issue male on the body of Anne his wife a certain Thomas Culpeper, who is his son and heir, and was aged 11 on 25 Dec 1609..
     This Thomas, though from the Inquisition it would appear that he was born 25 Dec 1598, is presumably the Thomas baptized at St. Mary Woolchurch, Haw, on 4 Jan 1600/1, and was probably the Sir Thomas Culpeper knighted at Whitehall 10 Dec 1628. From the Visitation of Sussex in 1634 he married Elizabeth, daughter of ___ Goodridge, of ___ in co. York, sister to Henry Goodridge, by whom he had the following children, all baptized at Folkington on the dates given:
     (i) Anne, daughter of Thomas Culpepper, Knight, 21 Jun 1632. She married at Wilmington, 1 Aug 1648, John Honey, of Ditchling, gent., but died s.p., and was buried at Wilmington 4 Apr 1649.
     (ii) John, son of Thomas Culpepper, Knight, 18 Feb 1663/4.
     (iii) Francis, son of Thomas Culpepper, Knight, 16 Jun 1635.
     (iv) William, son of Thomas Culpepper, Knight, 26 Oct 1637.

     His wife Elizabeth was buried at Folkington 5 May 1638, and Sir Thomas himself was buried there 19 Mar 1638/9.3 
Probate30 Jul 1639 Probate action was taken on Thomas's estate on 30 Jul 1639 at Winchester, Hampshire, England,

He left no will, but by an Inquest P.M., the jurors found that:
     On a day before the death of the said Sir Thomas Culpeper, a certain John Culpeper (John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent) father of the aforesaid Thomas was in his lifetime seized in fee simple of the manor of Pennington Mewsey alias Pennyton Mewsey with appurtenances in the county of Southampton, and of and in one messuage (dwelling house) and one carucate of land (as much land as could be tilled by a team of eight oxen in one year) with appurtenances (rights) in the parish of Pennington Mewsey alias Pennyton Mewsey, lately the lands of William Peverell, and that the aforesaid John Culpeper by Indenture dated 1 May 4 James, late King of England (1606) made between the aforesaid John Culpeper by the name of John Culpeper of Pennington co. Southampton Esq. and Anne (Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent) his wife of the first part and George Scott and Edmund Scott of the other part agreed with the said George and Edmund Scott that he and the said John and Anne his wife should before Easter term next ensuing levy a fine of all the premises to the use of the aforesaid John Culpeper and Anne his wife for the terms of their lives, and after their decease to the use of their heirs male, with remainder to the right heirs of the aforesaid John. And the said fine was accordingly levied by which fine and Indenture and Act of Parliament of 4 Feb 27 Henry VIII (1536), the aforesaid John Culpeper and Anne his wife were seized of the aforesaid manor in lordship as of a free tenement for the term of their lives. The aforesaid John Culpeper was also seized of the advowson, Rectory and Church of Pennington Mewsey alias Pennyton Mewsey, and having issue by the aforesaid Anne, (John) died on 6 Oct 5 James (1607) and that the aforesaid Anne survived him, and is yet living. After the death of the said John the advowson of Pennington Mewsey and the reversion of the premises descended to the aforesaid Sir Thomas Culpeper Knight named in the brief and afterwards he had a release out of the hands of the King of so much of the premises as devolved on the King by the death of the aforesaid John Culpeper. The aforesaid Sir Thomas Culpeper died on 6 Mar last past and John Culpeper Esq. (John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent) is his son and next heir, and at the time of the death of Thomas Culpeper his father was aged 5 years 2 months and 21 days. The aforesaid Anne widow of the aforesaid John is still alive. The Manor of Pennington Mewsey is held of the King as of the heredity of Sir Thomas Seymor Knight, who died without heirs, by military service and is worth 20s per annum. The messuage and carucate is held of the King as of his honour of Gloucester by military service and is worth 5s. The advowson is held of the King in capite and is worth nothing because it is filled.4 

Family

Elizabeth Goodridge (say 1611 - before 5 May 1638)
Marriage*say 1629 He married Elizabeth Goodridge say 1629. 
Children
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited3 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Name
    John Culpeper

    Gender
    Male

    Christening Date
    18 Feb 1633

    Christening Date (Original)
    18 FEB 1633

    Christening Place
    WILMINGTON,SUSSEX,ENGLAND

    Father's Name
    Thomas Culpeper


    "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NR9M-752 : 11 February 2018, John Culpeper, 18 Feb 1633); citing , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 97,226.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 76-77.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 76-77. Chancery Inq. P.M., 15 Charles I (1639), pt. 2, No. 75.

Elizabeth Goodridge1

Female, #8865, (say 1611 - before 5 May 1638)
Birth*say 1611 Elizabeth was born at Yorkshire, England, say 1611. 
Marriage*say 1629 She married Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex say 1629. 
Married Namesay 1629  As of say 1629, her married name was Culpeper. 
Birth of Sonsay 1630 Her son Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton was born say 1630 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Birth of Sonbefore 18 Feb 1634 Her son John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent was born before 18 Feb 1634 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1635 Her son Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex was born circa 1635 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Birth of Sonbefore 26 Oct 1637 Her son William Culpeper Leather-seller of London was born before 26 Oct 1637 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Burial*5 May 1638 Her body was interred on 5 May 1638 at Folkington, co. Sussex, England
Death*before 5 May 1638 She died at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, before 5 May 1638. 
Biography* Sister of Henry Goodridge." (Sussex Colepers, page 76.) 

Family

Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (circa 1600 - before 19 Mar 1639)
Marriage*say 1629 She married Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex say 1629. 
Children
Last Edited2 Apr 2000

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Name
    John Culpeper

    Gender
    Male

    Christening Date
    18 Feb 1633

    Christening Date (Original)
    18 FEB 1633

    Christening Place
    WILMINGTON,SUSSEX,ENGLAND

    Father's Name
    Thomas Culpeper


    "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NR9M-752 : 11 February 2018, John Culpeper, 18 Feb 1633); citing , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 97,226.

Anne Culpeper1

Female, #8866, (before 21 Jun 1632 - before 4 Apr 1649)
Father*Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (c 1600 - b 19 Mar 1639)
Mother*Elizabeth Goodridge (s 1611 - b 5 May 1638)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*before 21 Jun 1632 Anne was born at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, before 21 Jun 1632. 
Baptism21 Jun 1632 She was baptized at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 21 Jun 1632.  
Marriage*1 Aug 1648 She married John Honey of Ditchling, gent. at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 1 Aug 1648. 
Married Name1 Aug 1648  As of 1 Aug 1648, her married name was Honey. 
Burial*4 Apr 1649 Her body was interred on 4 Apr 1649 at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England
Death*before 4 Apr 1649 She died at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, before 4 Apr 1649. 

Family

John Honey of Ditchling, gent. (say 1627 - )
Marriage*1 Aug 1648 She married John Honey of Ditchling, gent. at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 1 Aug 1648. 
ChartsThe Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.

John Honey of Ditchling, gent.1

Male, #8867, (say 1627 - )
Name Variation He was also known as John Hontz. 
Birth*say 1627 John was born say 1627. 
Marriage*1 Aug 1648 He married Anne Culpeper at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 1 Aug 1648. 

Family

Anne Culpeper (before 21 Jun 1632 - before 4 Apr 1649)
Last Edited24 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.

John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent1

Male, #8868, (before 18 Feb 1634 - say 1663)
Father*Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (c 1600 - b 19 Mar 1639)
Mother*Elizabeth Goodridge (s 1611 - b 5 May 1638)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*before 18 Feb 1634 John was born at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, before 18 Feb 1634.2 
Baptism18 Feb 1634 He was baptized at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 18 Feb 1634.3  
Probate30 Jul 1639 He is mentioned in the probate of the estate of an unknown person at Winchester, Hampshire, England, on 30 Jul 1639.4 
Marriage*say 1654 He married Frances (?) say 1654. 
Birth of Sonsay 1656 His son John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent was born say 1656. 
Death*say 1663 He died say 1663. 
Probate*16 Jul 1663 Probate action was taken on John's estate on 16 Jul 1663 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. Admon. 
Biography* The second son of Sir Thomas Culpeper, John, born in 1663/4, seems to have settled at Riverhead, in Sevenoaks, as in 1653 there is an Indenture between Anne Hay, of Riverhead, and John Culpeper, of Riverhead, gent., which witnesses that for the natural love and affection which she bears to her said grandson, John Culpeper, she has granted him all those messuages (houses) called the George and the Royal Exchange Tavern, situated against the Stocks, in the parish of St. Mary Woolchurch, London. There appears to have been several dealings with this property between the brothers, for a few years later John, son and heir of John Culpeper, late of Riverhead, deceased, complains that whereas Francis Culpeper, late of ____, deceased, was seized about 9 Nov 1656 of a messuage in St. Mary Woolchurch, and by Indenture, 1 Nov 1656 between the said Francis Culpeper and John Culpeper, father of your orator for £60, and in consideration of the natural love and affection which he, Francis, did beare unto his name and blood, did covenant that he, Francis, should stand seized of the premises for the use of himself and his heirs, and in default of issue to the said John Culpeper, the father, being the brother of the said Francis, and his heirs male, and in default to his right heirs. About Aprl 1668, the said Francis married Mary Wigge, spinster, and about July 1669, the said Francis died without issue, and about 1670, Mary, wife of the said Francis, died. The property had been destroyed in 1666 by the dreadful fire in London. About the time of the fire your orator’s father died, leaving your orator an infant about 12 years old. And now Thomas Wigge, Sr., Thomas Wigge, Jr., and a whole horde more have got hold of the site, which they claim under Mary Culpeper’s will.

In 1658 there is an Indenture between William Colepeper, citizen and leather-seller, of London, and John Colepeper, of Riverhead, gent. For £400 William has sold to John the premises known as Gridiron, lying as the Stockes over against the market place, in the parish of St. Mary Woolchurch, with all that passage heretofore part of the said messuage and used for and as a shop or warehouse, but lately converted into an entry passage or way into the Taverne adjoining called the Royal Exchange.
.
John Culpeper, of Sevenoaks, died about 1663 and administration of his effects was granted on 16 Jul in that year to Frances, his relict. By her he had two children: John and Frances.

Source: The Sussex Colepepers-I, pages 78-80.
 

Family

Frances (?) (say 1636 - )
Marriage*say 1654 He married Frances (?) say 1654. 
Children
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited21 Dec 2018

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Name
    John Culpeper

    Gender
    Male

    Christening Date
    18 Feb 1633

    Christening Date (Original)
    18 FEB 1633

    Christening Place
    WILMINGTON,SUSSEX,ENGLAND

    Father's Name
    Thomas Culpeper


    "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:NR9M-752 : 11 February 2018, John Culpeper, 18 Feb 1633); citing , index based upon data collected by the Genealogical Society of Utah, Salt Lake City; FHL microfilm 97,226.
  3. Church of Latter Day Saints, compiler, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org/
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 76-77. Chancery Inq. P.M., 15 Charles I (1639), pt. 2, No. 75.

Frances (?)1

Female, #8869, (say 1636 - )
Birth*say 1636 Frances was born say 1636. 
Marriage*say 1654 She married John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent say 1654. 
Married Namesay 1654  As of say 1654, her married name was Culpeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth of Sonsay 1656 Her son John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent was born say 1656. 

Family

John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent (before 18 Feb 1634 - say 1663)
Children
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.

John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent1

Male, #8870, (say 1656 - 1693)
Father*John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent (b 18 Feb 1634 - s 1663)
Mother*Frances (?) (s 1636 - )
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*say 1656 John was born say 1656. 
Death of Fathersay 1663 His father John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent died say 1663. 
Marriage*Nov 1682 He married Bridget Still of Toverhead at Farnborough, co. Kent, England, in Nov 1682.2 
Will*13 Jan 1692 He made a will at Riverhead, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, England, on 13 Jan 1692.

In the name of God Amen.
     I John Culpeper of Riverhead in the Parish of Sevenoaks in the County of Kent, Esquire this Thirteenth day of January in the Twelfth year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord and Lady William and Mary by the Grace of God of England, Scotland, France and Ireland King and Queen Defender of the Faith, Anno Domini 1692, being weak in Body but sound and perfect Mind and Memory, praised be to God for the same do make and Ordain this my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to say)
     First, I commend my Soul into the hands of Almighty God my Creator hoping and assuredly believing in and through the merits Death and Passion of my Blessed Lord and Savoir Jesus Christ to obtain remission and forgiveness of all my Sins and a joyful resurrection in this Kingdom of Heaven and my Body I commit it the Earth to be Decently buried at the Discretion of my Executrix hereafter named And for my Worldly Estates both real and personal I give and dispose of the same in manner and form following.
     Imprimis. I give and bequeath unto the poor of the Parish of Sevenoaks aforesaid the sum of Five pounds of lawful money of England to be given and distributed amongst them at the discretion of my Executrix within three months of my Decease.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto Sarah Bridget Spinster Daughter of Nicholas Battle Milliner the sum of One Hundred Pounds of Lawful Money of England to be paid unto her by my Executrix herein after named at the age of One and Twenty Years or day of marriage which shall happen first if she live so long.
     Item, I give and bequeath to my well beloved friend and kinsman Sit Thomas Culpeper of Aylesford (Sir Thomas Culpeper of Preston Hall, 3rd Bart.) in the County of Kent the sum of Fifty pounds of Lawful money of England to buy him a good house and to be paid unto him by my Executrix with in Six months after my decease.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto my loving friend John Douham who lived with me the sum of Fifty Pounds of lawful money of England to be paid unto him by my Executrix within one year after my Decease, And I will and Appoint that my Executrix shall save the said John Douham harmlessly for all Debts and 'Legalies' wherein he is engaged for me.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto Mary Swaysland Spinster the sum of Fifty Pounds of good money to be paid unto her by my Executrix within one year after my decease.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto my loving friend Henry Streatfield Gent Twenty good Guineas and to be paid unto him by my Executrix within one year after my decease Desiring him to be aiding and assisting to my Executrix in performing of the is my Will.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto my loving friend Edmund Attlee gent who lived with me the sum of Twenty pounds of good money to be paid unto him by my Executrix within Six months after my decease.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto my Servant Richard Wolls the sum of One Hundred Pounds of good money to be paid unto him by my Executrix within Six months after my decease.
     Item, I do hereby give unto my loving Sister Francis Culpeper Spinster (Frances Culpeper) towards her better maintenance during this time of her natural Life the sum of Four Hundred Pounds of lawful money of England which I do hereby devise and order and appoint that my Executrix shall and do within Six Months after my decease pay unto her un*** friend aforesaid Henry Streatfield and do hereby desire him that upon receipt of the said Four Hundred Pounds he shall and do himself or by his friend for and in lieu of the said Money give good surety unto my said Sister Francis Culpeper for to pay unto her the said Francis and to her assigns one annuity or yearly after receipt of the said money at two usual feasts in the year by equal parts and after the Death of the said Francis or if the said Francis shall or do in her Life time give, grant, sell assign over or by any other ways Do give away or depart with the said Annuity or yearly rent of Thirty pounds to any person or persons whatsoever, Then my Will is that the aforesaid Annuity or rent of Thirty Pounds per Annum shall and be void and shall no longer be paid and the said Four Hundred Pounds shall remain and be free and thereto the said Henry Streatfield his Executors and Administrators or to such persons shall give the Surety for the payment of the said Thirty pounds per Aluimni and my Will further is that upon payment of the said Four Hundred Pounds my said Sister Francis shall give and Execute such a good and sufficient Conveyance and Release in Law in and to all my Estate both personal and so all whatsoever and wheresoever as Council shall advise. I do hereby give unto my said sister Francis Five pounds to buy her Mourning to be paid by my Executrix And do Will my Executrix to pay said Sister after the rate of Two Pounds per Cent until the said Four Hundred Pounds be paid.
     Item, I do hereby Give, Devise and Bequeath unto Bridgett my loving Wife (Bridget Still of Toverhead) all my Goods, Chattels, House hold stuffs, Plate, Ready Money, Debts, Dues and Personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever And I do hereby make and Ordain the said Bridgett my full and Solo Executrix of this my Last will and Testament desiring her to pay all my debts and Legeries and so this my Will and Testament performed.
     Item, in Consideration and upon Condition my said wife shall well and truly pay all my debts and Legeries and the better to enable her to do the same I do hereby Give, Devise and bequeath unto the said Bridgett my wife and to her Heirs and Assigns for ever All and Singular the Manors and Messuage, Lands and Tenements herein after mentioned (that is to say) All my Manors Mansion Houses and Capital Messuage or Tenements wherein I do Dwell situate at Riverhead aforesaid and all the Barns, Stables, Dove houses, Outhouses, Yards, Gardens and all the Lands thereunto belonging with their and every of their Appurtenances And one little Tenement with the Land and Appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying at riverhead aforesaid and now in the occupation of Mary Cryer Widow or of her Assigns and one other Messuage or Tenement wherein I formally dwelling at Riverhead aforesaid near my new dwelling house with the Malt house and all the Outhouses, Building, Yards, Gardens, Orchards and all the Lands thereunto belonging with their Appurtances situate and lying at Riverhead aforesaid in the Parish of Sevenoaks and now in the occupation of ***** Harrison and John Denham or their Assigns and also All that one other Messuage or Tenement wherein Richard Francis now dwells with all the Houses, Outhouses, Yards, Gardens, Orchards and all the Lands therein belonging with their Appurtances lying and being at Salterd Heath in the Parish of Sevenoaks aforesaid and now in the Occupation of the said Richard Francis, John Cogger ****Goodwyn and of me the said John Culpeper or of some of me or our Assigns and also all that one other Messuage or Tenement and all the Outhouses and Lands thereunto belonging with their Appurtances now in the occupation Maximillion Qurke Clerke or of his Assigns lying in Seale in the aforesaid County of Kent, and all my part and share of the Parsonage Tythes and shall after my Estate whatsoever lying in Seale and Kensing or other of them in the aforesaid County of Kent All which before mentioned several Messuages, Lands and Premises and situate, lying and being in the several Parishes of Sevenoakes, Sale and Kensing or some of them in the aforesaid County of Kent and all other my Messuages, Lands and Tenements whatsoever with all their Appurtances lying in the aforesaid County of Kent which now my Inheritance which I have purchased
     And also I Give and bequeath unto the said Bridgett my Wife and her Assigns forever upon the Consideration and upon the Condition aforesaid All that my Manor of Littleington with all Rights, Debts, Profits, members and Appurtances belonging to the said Manor lying in the County of Sussex And also the perpetual *ovunson of the Church Rectory or Parsonage of Littleington aforesaid And all my Messuages or Tenements in Littleington aforesaid and All the Barns, Outhouses and all the Lands and Appurtances thereunto belonging with their and every of their Appurtances situate and being in the County of Sussex and now or late in the occupation of William Blackman and in the said John Culpeper or one of us and all my Estate and Interest into all the aforesaid Manors, Messuages, Lands and Tenaments with all their Appurtances To have and to hold all and Singular the aforesaid Manors, several Messuages or Tenements, Outhouses, Lands and Premises' thereunto belonging with all their and every of their Appurtances lying in Kent and Sussex unto the said Bridgett my Wife and to her Heirs and Assigns for ever charged and chargeable with this payment of all my Debts and Legacies And upon special Trust and Confidence repaid in the said Bridgett my Wife and her Heirs that she the said Bridgett my Wife and her Assigns shall and do with all the Convenient speed that may be after my Decease, Grant, Bargain and sell all such part of my aforesaid Manors, Messuages, Lands and Tenements wit hall their Appurtances as she the said Bridgett shall think fitt and to their Heirs and Assigns for ever for the best price they can get for the same for to raise money sufficient for to pay and discharge all my debts and all my aforesaid Legeries, Then my Will and mind is that my Creditors and Legatees to whom I owe or have given Money shall enter upon my aforesaid Manors, Messuages, Lands and Tenements with all their Appurtances and sell and dispose of the same for to raise Money to pay and Discharge all my said Debts and Legeries and the over plus I give and Devise to my said Wife But I desire my Wife to sell the same her self and pay all my Debts and Legeries.
     Item, upon the condition my wife Her Heirs and Assigns shall pay all my debts and Legeries as aforesaid I give and bequeath unto the said Bridgett my Wife and to her Heirs and Assigns all the Messuages, Lands, and Tenaments whatsoever with all their Appurtances which were my Wife's before our intermarriage and all other my Lands and Tennament whatsoever with their Appurtances (not before hereby Devised) situate, lying and being in the County of Kent and Sussex or in either of them to have and to hols unto the said Bridgett my Wife and to her Heirs and Assigns for ever.
     In witness whereof I the said John Culpeper have to this my last Will and Testament containing these sheets of paper sett my hand and seal to each sheet thereof the day and year first above written. J.Culpeper
     Signed, Sealed and delivered and published and declared to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who subscribed our names as written free unto in his presence. John Brattle, Edmond Attree, Charles Chapman, Henry Streatfield, Robert.3,4  
Death*1693 He died in 1693. 
Probate*6 Jul 1693 Probate action was taken on John's estate on 6 Jul 1693 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. 106 Coker. 
Biography* John was the heir of his father, John Culpeper of Riverhead. In a legal complaint, he is stated to be 12 years old in 1666. He matriculated at Queen’s College, Oxford, 4 Jul 1673, aged 18, married a lady of the name of Bridget and died about 1693. His will (P.C.C. 106 Coker), in which he describes himself as being of Riverhead in Sevenoaks, Esq., was dated 14 Jan 1692 and proved by his wife Bridgett 6 Jul 1693. He mentions his lands in Littlington, county Sussex, in the occupation of himself and William Blackman. "Unto my lovng friend Edmund Attree, Gent. who lives with me £20;’ mentions his kinsman, Sir Thomas Culpeper, Bart., of Aylesford, and his sister.1 

Family

Bridget Still of Toverhead (say 1662 - )
Marriage*Nov 1682 He married Bridget Still of Toverhead at Farnborough, co. Kent, England, in Nov 1682.2 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Church of Latter Day Saints, compiler, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org/
  3. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Will of John Culpeper of Riverhead, dated 13 Jan 1692, P.C.C. 106 Coker, transcribed by Charles Andrew Grigsby. Image at: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/images/John_of_Sevenoaks_1693.pdf.
  4. E-mail written 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Charles Andrew Grigsby, England, e-mail address.

Bridget Still of Toverhead1

Female, #8871, (say 1662 - )
Birth*say 1662 Bridget was born say 1662. 
Marriage*Nov 1682 She married John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent at Farnborough, co. Kent, England, in Nov 1682.2 
Married NameNov 1682  As of Nov 1682, her married name was Culpeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Will13 Jan 1692 She is mentioned in the will of John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent at Riverhead, Sevenoaks, co. Kent, England, on 13 Jan 1692.3,4 

Family

John Culpeper of Riverhead in Seven Oaks, co. Kent (say 1656 - 1693)
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Church of Latter Day Saints, compiler, International Genealogical Index (IGI), Intellectual Reserve, Inc..
    http://www.familysearch.org/
  3. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Will of John Culpeper of Riverhead, dated 13 Jan 1692, P.C.C. 106 Coker, transcribed by Charles Andrew Grigsby. Image at: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/images/John_of_Sevenoaks_1693.pdf.
  4. E-mail written 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Charles Andrew Grigsby, England, e-mail address.

Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex1

Male, #8872, (circa 1635 - circa 1669)
Father*Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (c 1600 - b 19 Mar 1639)
Mother*Elizabeth Goodridge (s 1611 - b 5 May 1638)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*circa 1635 Francis was born at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, circa 1635. 
Baptism16 Jun 1635 He was baptized at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 16 Jun 1635.  
Marriage*say 1656 He married Mary Wiggs say 1656. 
Will*19 Feb 1668 He made a will at Saint Sepulchres, co. Middlesex, England, on 19 Feb 1668, naming as heir(s) Mary Wiggs.

In the Name of God Amen. The Nineteenth Day of February in the One and Twentieth Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord Charles the second by the Grace of God of England Scotland France and Ireland, King Defender of the Faith Anno Domini 1668.
     I Francis Culpeper of the Parish of Saint Sepulchres in the County of Middlesex and late of Battle in the County of Sussex, yet being in good health , and of sound and perfect memory, praised be God therefore I do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in writing and manner & form followeth.
     First and principally I give and bequeath my Soul into the hands of Almighty God and my Body to the Earth to be decently buried with a Christian Burial at the discretion of my Executrix herein after in named and for my Worldly Estate I give and dispose thereof as followeth
     First, I give and bequeath unto my dearest loving Wife Mary (Mary Wiggs) all that my Tos** or place of grounds wherein lately stood messuage or Dwelling house at or near the Stock market in the parish of St. Mary Woolchurch London in the City of London And all other my Messuage, Lands, Tenements and Hereditaments whatsoever and whatsoever within the Kingdom of England to have and to hold unto her the said Mary her Heirs and Assigns forever.
     Item, I give and bequeath unto my loving friend Mr John Purfield of Battle the sum of Twenty Pounds to be paid by my Executor within twelve months next after my decease.
     All the rest and residue of my goods, Chattles, Plate, F**nells, Utensils. Household stuff with Personal Estate. I give and bequeath unto my said Dear and Loving Wife Mary whom I make and ordain solo Executrix of this my last Will and Testament
     in witness whereof I hereunto sett my Hand & Seal the day and year first above written.
     Francis Culpeper. Signed, Sealed and Published in the presence of Francis Brookes, John Purfield, Roger Chambers.2,3 
Death*circa 1669 He died circa 1669. 
Probate*3 Nov 1669 Probate action was taken on Francis's estate on 3 Nov 1669 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. 136 Coke. 
Biography* Francis Culpeper, the third son of Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, born 1635, was, from his will, sometime of Battle, and afterwards of St. Sepulcre’s, county Middlesex, gentleman. He married Mary Wigge. His will, dated 19 Feb 1668, was proved 3 Nov 1669, by Mary, his widow and executrix, to whom, after various legacies, he left the residue of his property.4 

Family

Mary Wiggs (say 1638 - circa 1671)
Marriage*say 1656 He married Mary Wiggs say 1656. 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited6 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Image of will at: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/images/Francis_of_St_Sepulchre_1669.pdf.
  3. E-mail written 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Charles Andrew Grigsby, England, e-mail address.
    Transcribed will of Francis Culpeper of Saint Sepulchres, Co. Middlesex, dated 19 Feb 1668, from image at PRO.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    P. 81.

Mary Wiggs1

Female, #8873, (say 1638 - circa 1671)
Birth*say 1638 Mary was born say 1638. 
Marriage*say 1656 She married Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex say 1656. 
Married Namesay 1656  As of say 1656, her married name was Culpeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Will19 Feb 1668 Mary named as heir(s) in the will of Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex at Saint Sepulchres, co. Middlesex, England, on 19 Feb 1668.2,3 
Will*20 Jun 1670 She made a will on 20 Jun 1670.

Mary made her will as "widow and executrix of Francis Culpeper gent." as follows:
     Executor to pay my husband’s legacies which I have not paid, and 5 more to my loving friend Mr John Purfield of Battell. Executor then to pay my deare and loving father Thomas Wigge the interest of my estate (debts and legacies being paid) for life, and the principal after his death to be equally divided between my four brothers George Packe, William Packe, Thomas Wigge and John Wigge, and my two sisters Anne the wife of George Godfrey and Joane Wigge, Executor William Packe, my brother who proves 22 Nov 1671.4 
Death*circa 1671 She died circa 1671. 
Probate*22 Nov 1671 Probate action was taken on Mary's estate on 22 Nov 1671 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. 130 Duke. 

Family

Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex (circa 1635 - circa 1669)
Marriage*say 1656 She married Francis Culpeper of St. Sepulchre, Middlesex say 1656. 
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Image of will at: http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/images/Francis_of_St_Sepulchre_1669.pdf.
  3. E-mail written 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Charles Andrew Grigsby, England, e-mail address.
    Transcribed will of Francis Culpeper of Saint Sepulchres, Co. Middlesex, dated 19 Feb 1668, from image at PRO.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Page 81. The will of Mary Wiggs Culpeper dated 20 Jun 1670.

William Culpeper Leather-seller of London1

Male, #8874, (before 26 Oct 1637 - circa Dec 1694)
Father*Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (c 1600 - b 19 Mar 1639)
Mother*Elizabeth Goodridge (s 1611 - b 5 May 1638)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Baptism26 Oct 1637 He was baptized at Wilmington, co. Sussex, England, on 26 Oct 1637.  
Birth*before 26 Oct 1637 William was born at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, before 26 Oct 1637. 
Probate9 Feb 1662/63 He is mentioned in the probate of the estate of an unknown person on 9 Feb 1662/63.2 
Will9 Mar 1663 He is mentioned in the will of Mary Austin on 9 Mar 1663.3 
Marriage*after 1664 He married Fridiswide Ellis after 1664. 
Death*circa Dec 1694 He died circa Dec 1694. 
Probate*15 Jan 1695 Probate action was taken on William's estate on 15 Jan 1695 at Lewes, co. Sussex, England,

Lewes, A. 12, 86. 
Biography* Of William, the fourth son of Sir Thomas Colepeper of Folkington, born 1637, we have discovered at present no further records, but he was probably the citizen and leather-seller of London mentioned in the Close Roll of 1658, and was possibly the father of Anne, wife of James Hougham, M.D., of Ditchling, and mother of Culpeper Hougham, as William Culpeper’s sister Anne married John Honey, of Ditchling, Esq., who in his will, dated 7 Nov 1694, proved at Lewes 15 Jan 1694/5, mentions his kinsman Culpeper (blank in transcript but ? Hougham) and one of the witnesses James Hougham. (Source: The Sussex Colepepers-I, page 81.) 

Family

Fridiswide Ellis (say 1645 - )
Marriage*after 1664 He married Fridiswide Ellis after 1664. 
Child
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited4 Oct 2002

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 77-78.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pp 77-78. The will of Mary Austin Culpeper dated 9 Mar 1663, and proved 14 May 1664, by Nathaniel Parker and Wm. Ellis.

Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton1

Male, #8875, (say 1630 - circa 1662)
Father*Sir Thomas Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (c 1600 - b 19 Mar 1639)
Mother*Elizabeth Goodridge (s 1611 - b 5 May 1638)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*say 1630 Thomas was born at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, say 1630. 
Marriage*18 Jun 1653 He married Mary Austin at St. Olave's, Marygate, Yorkshire, England, on 18 Jun 1653. 
Biography* The Visitation of Sussex, 1634, however, makes Thomas, then aged about 4 years (and not John as in the Inq. P.M. for his father), the son and heir, and this is the Thomas Culpeper, of Penton, Co. Hants, who married at St. Olave, Marygate, York, 18 Jun 1653. Mary, daughter of Henry Austin, Alderman of London, and widow of William Ellis, of Kiddall, co. York, Esq., slain in 1647. By her first husband she had a daughter, Fridiswide, wife of William Culpeper, citizen of London, and two sons, William and Henry.2 
Death*circa 1662 He died circa 1662. 
Probate*9 Feb 1662/63 Probate action was taken on Thomas's estate on 9 Feb 1662/63

On 9 Feb 1662/3, administration of the goods of Thomas Culpeper, late of Penton, co. Southton, Esq., was granted to Edward Noyes, the principal creditor, but on 1 Jun 1663, this administration was revoked and granted to William Culpeper, his brother (William Culpeper Leather-seller of London).2 

Family

Mary Austin (say 1627 - circa 1664)
Marriage*18 Jun 1653 He married Mary Austin at St. Olave's, Marygate, Yorkshire, England, on 18 Jun 1653. 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited3 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 77-78.

Mary Austin1

Female, #8876, (say 1627 - circa 1664)
Father*Henry Austin Alderman of London (s 1597 - )
Name Variation She was also known as Mary Austen. 
Birth*say 1627 Mary was born say 1627. 
Marriagesay 1644 She married William Ellis of Kiddall of York, Esq. say 1644. 
Married Namesay 1644  As of say 1644, her married name was Ellis. 
Birth of Sonsay 1645 Her son William Ellis was born say 1645. 
Birth of Sonsay 1645 Her son Henry Ellis was born say 1645. 
Marriage*18 Jun 1653 She married Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton at St. Olave's, Marygate, Yorkshire, England, on 18 Jun 1653. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Married Name18 Jun 1653  As of 18 Jun 1653, her married name was Culpeper. 
Biography* Mary was the daughter of Henry Austin, Alderman of London, and widow of William Ellis, of Kiddall, co. York, Esq., slain in 1647. By her first husband she had a daughter, Fridiswide, wife of William Culpeper, citizen of London, and two sons, William and Henry. She married secondly Thomas Culpeper, of Penton, Co. Hants, at St. Olave, Marygate, York, 18 Jun 1653. Her will is as follows:

The children mentioned in Mary Culpeper’s will were her children by her first husband, William Ellis, and Lady Chester was William Ellis’s sister, Mary, who married Sir Anthony Chester, Bart., of Chicheley, co. Bucks, from which the inference is that Thomas and Mary Culpeper had no children. Whether Fridiswide Ellis was "acquitted" of her pretended marriage to John Henshawe and afterwards married William Culpeper, her mother’s brother-in-law, we have no yet been able to ascertain, nor what became of the Penton Mewsey property.2 
Will*9 Mar 1663 She made a will on 9 Mar 1663.

I Mary Culpeper the relict of Thomas Culpeper late of Penton in the county of Southampton, Esquire. Whereas by deed of articles between my said late husband of the one part, and Henry Parker Esquire and Nicholas More, gentleman on the other part, dated 20 Dec 1653, several sums of money are due from his heirs, executors and administrators to the appointment of me Mary Culpeper – in case my daughter Frydiswide (Fridiswide Ellis) shall be legally acquitted and discharged of a marriage pretended to be between her and John Henshawe, gentleman (John Henshawe), so as the said John Henshawe shall not have any right to her estate, then I will appoint the whole benefit of the said deed (except £5 to Henry (Henry Ellis) my son, to the use of the said Frydiswide, otherwise to my executors to pay such persons as my daughter Frydiswide shall appoint. And where as divers monies are due to me by my brother Edward Austin as administrator of Henry Austin my father (Henry Austin Alderman of London), one moiety (equal share) to my son Henry at 25, and the other moiety to my daughter Frydiswide when acquitted of her pretended marriage to John Henshawe. Executor’s son William Ellis and my cousin Nathaniel Parker, Esquire to manage my estate with the consent of Sir Phillip Parker, Bart. And my cousin Henry Parker the elder, Esquire. If my daughter Frydiswide die without issue then to my son Henry at 25. Executors £10 each. Cousin Henry Parker £5. To Master William Culpeper my brother-in-lawe (William Culpeper Leather-seller of London) £5. To my Lady Chester my sister-in-lawe 40 shillings. To Master Watts of Fish Street Hill, woolen draper 40 shillings. £20 for poor of Eling, co Middlesex. Dated 9 Mar 1663 (15 Charles II, viz 1662/3). Witnesses Wm. Culpeper, Wm. Gaseley, the X of Elizth Finch. Proved by Nathaniel Parker and Wm. Ellis 14 May 1664.3 
Death*circa 1664 She died circa 1664. 
Probate*14 May 1664 Probate action was taken on Mary's estate on 14 May 1664 at co. Kent, England,

P.C.C. 50 Bunce.3 

Family 1

William Ellis of Kiddall of York, Esq. (say 1620 - 1647)
Marriagesay 1644 She married William Ellis of Kiddall of York, Esq. say 1644. 
Children

Family 2

Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton (say 1630 - circa 1662)
Marriage*18 Jun 1653 She married Thomas Culpeper of Penton, Southampton at St. Olave's, Marygate, Yorkshire, England, on 18 Jun 1653. 
Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 77-78.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pp 77-78. The will of Mary Austin Culpeper dated 9 Mar 1663, and proved 14 May 1664, by Nathaniel Parker and Wm. Ellis.

John Culpeper1

Male, #8877, (1 Dec 1598 - )
Father*John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (1568 - 6 Oct 1607)
Mother*Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent (s 1572 - a 1621)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*1 Dec 1598 John was born on 1 Dec 1598.2 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited5 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    John "was aged 8 years 10 months and 5 days at the death of his father". (His father died 6 Oct 1607.).

Frances Culpeper1,2,3

Female, #8878, (say 1602 - 1643)
Father*John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex (1568 - 6 Oct 1607)
Mother*Ann Scott of Seven Oaks, Kent (s 1572 - a 1621)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name Variation She was also known as Frances Colepeper. 
Birth*say 1602 Frances was born say 1602. 
Will7 Sep 1607 She is mentioned in the will of John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, on 7 Sep 1607.4 
Death of Father6 Oct 1607 Her father John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex died on 6 Oct 1607 at Penton Mewsey Manor, co. Sussex, England.2 
Married Namesay 1619  As of say 1619, her married name was Hay. 
Marriage*say 1619 She married Herbert Hay of Glyndebourne near Lewes, Esq. say 1619. 
Death*1643 She died in 1643. 
Burial*1643 Her body was interred in 1643 at Glynde, co. Sussex, England
Biography* For descendants, see William Berry's "Pedigrees of Sussex." 

Family

Herbert Hay of Glyndebourne near Lewes, Esq. (21 Dec 1591 - 1652)
Marriage*say 1619 She married Herbert Hay of Glyndebourne near Lewes, Esq. say 1619. 
ChartsThe Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited6 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. Sussex Archeological Collections, Vol. XLVIII, Volume XLVIII, Sussex, England: Sussex Archaeological Society, 1936-.
  2. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  3. William Berry, compiler, Pedigrees of the Families of the County of SussexSherwood, Gilbert and Piper, 1830.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 74-75.

Sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne, the Elder, Knight

Male, #8879, (circa 1575 - circa 26 Jan 1661/62)
Father*Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent (1538 - 31 May 1591)
Mother*Joan Pordage (1538 - 23 Mar 1598)
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Birth*circa 1575 Thomas was born circa 1575. 
Baptism8 Dec 1575 He was baptized at Harrietsham, co. Kent, England, on 8 Dec 1575.  
Will20 May 1590 He is mentioned in the will of Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent at co. Kent, England, on 20 May 1590.1 
Death of Father31 May 1591 His father Francis Culpeper of Greenway Court, co. Kent died on 31 May 1591. 
Middle Temple*1594  In 1594, Thomas was admitted to the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, commonly known as Middle Temple, one of the four Inns of Court (professional associations for barristers and judges) in London.2 
Will8 Mar 1594 He is mentioned in the will of Joan Pordage on 8 Mar 1594.3 
Death of Mother23 Mar 1598 His mother Joan Pordage died on 23 Mar 1598 at Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England
Marriage*say 1600 He married Elizabeth Cheney say 1600. 
Birth of Soncirca 1601 His son Sir Cheney Culpeper of Leeds Castle was born circa 1601. 
Will7 Sep 1607 He is mentioned in the will of John Culpeper of Folkington, co. Sussex at Folkington, co. Sussex, England, on 7 Sep 1607.4 
Birth of Son1608 His son Francis Culpeper was born in 1608. 
Death of Son1610 His son Francis Culpeper died in 1610. 
Knighted*1619 He was knghted in 1619.2 
Birth of Soncirca 1625 His son Sir Thomas Culpeper of Hollingbourne, Knight was born circa 1625. 
Will14 Dec 1635 He is mentioned in the will of John Culpeper of Astwood in Feckenham, co. Worcs. on 14 Dec 1635.5 
Death of Spouse27 Oct 1638 His wife Elizabeth Cheney died on 27 Oct 1638. 
Will13 Jan 1644 He is mentioned in the will of Sir Alexander Culpeper of Greenway Court, Knight at Greenway Court, Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England, on 13 Jan 1644.6,7 
Will30 Jan 1644 He is mentioned in the will of Sir Alexander Culpeper of Greenway Court, Knight on 30 Jan 1644.8,9 
Will3 Jul 1660 He is mentioned in the will of John Lord Culpeper 1st Baron of Thoresway at co. Kent, England, on 3 Jul 1660.10 
Will*15 Jan 1661/62 He made a will on 15 Jan 1661/62.

Sir Thomas Culpepper of Hollingbourne, Kent, Knight. To be buried in the vault under the Aisle at Hollingbourne. My youngest son [R:1) to be executor, and to him in fee all my lands and goods. Witnesses, Ralph Freke of Aldington in Thornham, co. Kent, William Stede LL.D., Stephen Symmons. Proved by Thomas C. son and executor.11 
Death*circa 26 Jan 1661/62 He died circa 26 Jan 1661/62. 
Burial*27 Jan 1661/62 His body was interred on 27 Jan 1661/62 at Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England
Biography* He was baptized in Harrietsham, December 8, 1575, as 'Thomas, filius Francisci Culpep'. On October 15, 1591, he matriculated at Hart Hall, Oxford, 'aged 16' (Foster) ; and on May 15, 1594, was entered at the Middle Temple as 'Mr. Thomas, third son of Francis Culpeper, late of Hollingbourne, Kent, esq., deceased' (Hopwood, i, 343). He commenced parliamentman soon after he came of age, and is shown by the Official Returns of M. P.s 1878 to have been successively burgess for Rye (1597), Winchelsea (1601), Chippenham, co. Wilts (1614), and Tewkesbury, co. Glouc. (1628). He was knighted by James I, September 19, 1619 (Nichols, Progresses of James I, iii, 568). In 1621 he presented to parliament, and subsequently published, a Tract against the high rate of Usurie in which be argued for a reduction of the legal rate of interest from 10% to 7% (D. N. B. re-issue, v:287; Wood, Athenae Oxon, iii, 533, where his parliamentary activities are confused with those of the first Lord Culpeper). This tract, supplemented by a similar argument by Francis Bacon in 1625, resulted in the act of 21 Jac. I, c. 17, reducing the rate of interest to 8%: but he kept up the fight for 6% and reprinted his tract in 1642 (It was subsequently reprinted also in 1668, both by his son and as an appendix to Sir Josiah Child's well known Discourse on Trade; and in 1754 was translated into French). For these public services Cambridge University created him M.,A. in March, 1635/6 (Venn, i, 431).

Having by his marriage greatly enhanced his paternal estate, in 1623 he purchased from his cousin Sir John, later first Lord Culpeper, the ancestral seat of Wigsell and settled it upon his eldest son, Cheney; and in 1632 purchased Leeds Castle also, and settled it upon his two surviving sons in tail male.

During the Troubles he 'stood for his King' and while 'never in arms' was deemed by the Parliament a malignant; and, despite the interest of his eldest son, was required to compound for his estate, paying on April 30, 1646, the large fine of £1318 (Cal. Committee for Compounding, ii, 1235, 1289). The last record of him is a petition to the Crown immediately after the Restoration for a lease of the profits of a sinecure post 'to him and his youngest son, to repair the ruin of his family by their loyalty' (Cal. State Papers, Dom. 1665-66, p. 143, where this petition, being undated, is doubtfully attributed to 1665. The reference to the 'youngest son' is evidence that the petitioner was Sir Thomas 'the elder' and so the petition must have been made before his death in January, 1661/2).

After his wife's death he rebuilt and dedicated to his family an ancient chapel at, the east end of the north aisle of Hollingbourne Church, which he embellished with monuments. There he was buried January 27, 1661/2 (recorded in the parish register as 'Sir Thomas Culpeper, Knight') but although he had composed MI.'s for all his family, there was none to perform that office for him.5 
Biography Sir Thomas Culpeper, the elder (1578-1662), writer on usury in Elizabeth’s reign, was only son of Francis Culpeper. He purchased from Sir Warham St. Leger the manors of Greenway Court and Elnothington, near Hollingbourne, Kent, and resided on the former.

His father, Francis, the second son of William Culpeper of Lossenham, married Joan, daughter of John Pordage of Rodmersham, Kent. He died in 1591 at the age of fifty-three and was buried at Hollingbourne Church.

Thomas, born in 1578, became a commoner of Hart Hall, Oxford, in 1591; left the university without a degree; entered himself as a student at one of the Inns of Court; purchased Leeds Castle, Kent, and lived either there or at Greenway Court for the rest of his life. James I knighted him 23 Sep 1619 (Nichols, Progresses of James I, iii. 568).

In 1630 he began writing his Tract against the high rate of Usury, and published it after having presented it to parliament in 1621. Culpeper argues that ten percent, which was the legalized rate of interest at the time, was too high for commerce or morality, and argued for its reduction to six percent. The subject came before parliament in 1623 and 1624. Ultimately the rate of interest was reduced to eight per cent. (21 Jac. I, c. 17). Bacon, whose essay on usury was first published in 1625, demanded a reduction to five percent. Culpeper's tract was reprinted in 1641, and twice in 1668 - first by Sir Josiah Child as an appendix to his Discourse of Trade, and secondly by Culpeper's son. It was translated into French with Sir Josiah Child's book in 1754.

Culpeper married Elizabeth, daughter of John Cheney of Guestling, Sussex, by whom he had three sons and eight daughters. He died in January 1661/2, and was buried in Hollingbourne Church 25 Jan.

The eldest son, Cheney, inherited Leeds Castle, which was entailed, but with the consent of his surviving brother he cut off the entail and sold the estate to his cousin John, Lord Culpeper. The second son, Francis, died young.12 
Biography From Alumni Cantabrigienses, a compliation of Cambridge University Alumni
     Sir Thomas Culpepper, Born 1578. M.A. 1635-6, Litterae Regiae (Royal mandates directing the conferring of a degree). Son of Francis Culpeper, of Greenway Court, Hollingbourne, Kent. Matriculated from Hart Hall, Oxford, 15 Oct 1591. Of the Middle Temple, 1594. Bought Leeds Castle, Kent. Knighted, 1619. Member of Parliament for Chippenham, 1614; for Tewkesbury, 1628-9. Author, Tract against Usury. Died 26 Jan 1661-2, Buried at Hollingbourne. (Dictionary of National Biography; Viscount of Sussex.)2 

Family

Elizabeth Cheney (say 1582 - 27 Oct 1638)
Marriage*say 1600 He married Elizabeth Cheney say 1600. 
Children
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
The 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
The Culpepers of Hollingbourne, co. Kent, England (Possibly extinct): Descendant Chart
Last Edited4 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P.C.C. 85 Sainberbe, Will dated May 20, 1590, Proved November 22, 1591.
  2. J. A. Venn, compiler, Alumni Cantabrigienses (Alumni of Cambridge University), Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1921.
    Sir Thomas Culpeper.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    C. Liber 38, No. 168.
  4. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part I", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVII,47-81, (1904)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Pages 74-75.
  5. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm.
  6. E-mail written 2007 to Warren Culpepper from Charles Andrew Grigsby, England, e-mail address.
    Transcription of Will of Sir Alexander Culpeper of Greenway Court Hollingbourne Kent 1649
    Ref: 422.
  7. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Image of will at: /archives/uk/wills/images/Alexander_of_Greenway_Court_1649.pdf .
  8. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P. C. C. Rivers, 157.
    Image:http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/images/Alexander_of_Greenway_Court_1645-1.pdf.
  9. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Image of will at: /archives/uk/wills/images/Alexander_of_Greenway_Court_1645-1.pdf.
  10. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    P. C. C. Nabbs, 235.
    Will dated July 3, 1660.
    Codicil dated July 9, 1660.
    Proved August 6, 1660.
  11. Fairfax Harrison, The Proprietors of the Northern Neck - Chapters of Culpepper Genealogy, Richmond, VA: The Old Dominion Press (Privately printed), 1926, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. US/CAN Film #929429. Transcription available online at: http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/nneck/default.htm
    Will of Sir Thomas Culpepper of Hollingbourne, Kent, Knight, P. C. C. Laud, 16. Will dated January 15, 1661/2. Proved February 8, 1661/2.
  12. The Dictionary of National Biography. The Concise Dictionary. Part 1, From the beginnings to 1900. London: Oxford University Press, 1953.

John Cheney of Guestling, co. Sussex

Male, #8880, (say 1552 - )
Birth*say 1552 John was born say 1552. 
Marriage* He married an unknown person . 

Family

Child
ChartsDiana, Princess of Wales: Culpeper Ancestral Chart
Last Edited5 Aug 2000