Henry Culpepper V, of Currituck Co., NC1

Male, #405, (say 1751 - Nov 1815)
Father*Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC (c 1729 - a 14 Oct 1793)
Mother*Frances Llewelling (s 1731 - bt 1751 - 1770)
DNA* Henry has been proven by DNA and genealogical research to be a descendant of Henry Culpepper, III, who is a son of Henry Culpepper, Jr. of Lower Norfolk, VA, the son of Henry Culpepper of Lower Norfolk, the American Culpepper progenitor. 
Birth*say 1751 Henry was born say 1751. 
American Revolution*circa 1776 He provided service in the American Revolutionary War circa 1776
(Private, 1st Regt. (McDonalds) NC Mil.)2 
Tax roll*1779 He registered to pay taxes at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in 1779.
     This was probably the Henry Culpepper on this 1779 tax roll. His father, also Henry, was probably old enough to be exempt from the tax roll.3 
Marriage*circa 1780 He married Edith (?) at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1780. 
Birth of Soncirca 1782 His son James Henry Culpepper was born circa 1782. 
Deed23 May 1788 He witnessed a deed grant by Henry Culpepper IV of Currituck Co. NC to Thomas Edward Culpepper of Norfolk Co., VA on 23 May 1788 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 5, p. 330, Currituck Co., NC: 23 May 1788. Henry Culpepper, Sr. to Thomas Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island, consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, Joshua Culpepper, Henry Culpepper.4 
Birth of Soncirca 1788 His son Warren Culpepper was born circa 1788. 
Deed*7 Dec 1791 He was granted a deed, witnessed by Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC on 7 Dec 1791 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 6, p. 211, Currituck Co., NC: 7 Dec 1791. Lewis Cox and wife Dinah to Henry Culpepper, Jr., for £50, 50 acres in the backwoods in Moyock District, adjacent to Josiah Cherry. Lewis’s wife Dinah relinquishes her dower rights. Witnesses: Peter Culpepper, David Minby, and Edward Doughty, Jr. 
Birth of Son1792 His son Arthur Culpepper was born in 1792 at Currituck Co., North Carolina
Birth of Sonsay 1798 His son Hardy Culpepper was born say 1798 at Moyock, Currituck Co., North Carolina
1800 Census*4 Aug 1800 Henry was listed as the head of a family on the 1800 Census at Currituck Co., North Carolina. Enumerated in the census but otherwise unidentified is 1 M10-16..5 
Deed30 Jul 1803 He was granted a deed on 30 Jul 1803 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 3, p. 415, Currituck Co., NC: 30 Jul 1803. Jesse Ives and wife Marian to Henry Culpepper for $200, 50 acres. Witnesses: Caleb Etheridge, Cornelius Powers, and Edward Bunnil.4 
Deed*9 Nov 1806 He granted a deed to James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by James Powers, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 9 Nov 1806 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 9, p. 251, Currituck Co., NC: 9 Nov 1806. Henry Culpepper and wife Eady Culpepper to James Culpepper for $75, 25 acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Peter Culpepper, Josiah Cherry, and William Powers. Witnesses: James Powers, etc.4 
Deed*2 Oct 1808 He was granted a deed by James Henry Culpepper, witnessed by Warren Culpepper, with Rev. Peter Culpepper of Camden Co., NC as an adjacent landowner on 2 Oct 1808

Book 10, p. 70, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Henry Culpepper for $65, land in the backwoods of Moyock District adjacent to Peter Culpepper (#399), William Powers, and Henry Culpepper (#405). Witnesses: Warren Culpepper (#409) and William Spence.4 
Deed2 Oct 1808 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by James Henry Culpepper to Warren Culpepper on 2 Oct 1808 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 10, p. 69, Currituck Co., NC: 2 Oct 1808. James Culpepper to Warren Culpepper, for £65, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: William Spence and Henry Culpepper.4 
Deed12 Mar 1814 He was an adjacent landowner in the deed granted by Warren Culpepper to James Humphries, witnessed by James Henry Culpepper and Julia A. Culpepper on 12 Mar 1814 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 12, p. 349, Currituck Co., NC: 12 Mar 1814. Warren Culpepper to James Humphries of Princess Ann Co., VA, for $25, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper. Witnesses: Nath. Torey, James Culpepper, Julia Culpepper, John Humphries.4 
Deed*9 Oct 1815 He granted a deed to Warren Culpepper, witnessed by Tamer Culpepper and James Henry Culpepper on 9 Oct 1815 at Camden Co., North Carolina,

Book Q, p. 111: 9 Oct 1815 — Henry Culpepper, Sr. of Currituck Co., to Warren Culpepper, for £50, Culpepper’s Island consisting of 50 acres. Witnesses: Tamer Culpepper and James Culpepper.6 
Will*23 Nov 1815 He made a will at Currituck Co., North Carolina, on 23 Nov 1815, naming as heir(s) Hardy Culpepper, James Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper, Arthur Culpepper, Frances Holt, Olive Culpepper, Tamer Culpepper, Julia A. Culpepper and James W. Humphries. It was witnessed by James Fiske.

Will of 23 Nov 1815, probated Nov 1815, in Currituck Co., NC Will Book 3. Wife: Eady. Sons: Hardy, James, Warren, Arthur. Daughters: Frances Holt, Alice Garrott, Tamer Culpepper, Julia Culpepper. Grandsons: James W. Humphries, During Garrott, Willea Culpepper. Exrs: Sons James and Warren. Wit: Samuel Powers, James Fisk.7 
Deed*23 Nov 1815 He granted a deed to Arthur Culpepper, witnessed by Hardy Culpepper and James Fiske, with Warren Culpepper as an adjacent landowner on 23 Nov 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina,

Book 14, p. 4, Currituck Co., NC: 23 Nov 1815. Henry Culpepper, Sr., to Arthur Culpepper, for $60, 12½ acres in the backwoods of Moyock District, adjacent to Henry Culpepper, Warren Culpepper. Witnesses: Hardy Culpepper, David Powers (Jurat), James Fisk.4 
Death*Nov 1815 He died at Currituck Co., North Carolina, in Nov 1815. 
Probate*Nov 1815 Probate action was taken on Henry's estate in Nov 1815 at Currituck Co., North Carolina
Research note*26 Apr 2004 Henry was a known son of Henry Culpepper. 

Family

Edith (?) (circa 1760 - after 1815)
Marriage*circa 1780 He married Edith (?) at Currituck Co., North Carolina, circa 1780. 
Children
ChartsHenry Culpeper of Lower Norfolk: DNA Status Chart (Male only, 8 generations)
Henry Culpepper Jr. of Norfolk Co., VA: Descendant Chart
Last Edited30 Apr 2012

Citations

  1. E-mail written 2000 to Lew Griffin from Alice Neal Basnight Doak (#38574), Alexandria, VA, e-mail address.
  2. Film M-250, Rev.War, US Archives.
  3. William Boub Bennett, compiler, Currituck County, North Carolina Eighteenth Century Tax & Militia Records.
  4. Lew Griffin, compiler, Currituck Co., NC Deed Abstracts, 1784-1869, Currituck County NC: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 2000, Repository: LDS Family History Library - Salt Lake City, Call No. Microfilm Vols 3-30.
  5. 1800 Federal Census, United States.
    Page 163, Ancestry.com Image 27, Unknown Township, Currituck Co., NC
    Henry Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45.
  6. NC Clerk Camden Co., Camden Co., NC Deeds, Books D-AA, 1788-1856, transcribed by Lewis W. Griffin: Microfilm at LDS Library in Salt Lake City.
  7. Gordon C Jones - Genealogical Publishing Co., compiler, Abstracts of Wills and Other Records, Currituck and Dare Counties, North Carolina (1663-1850), Online database at Ancestry.com, 1977.
    http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=BookList&dbid=49013