Henry Culpeper of St. Michael's, Cornhill, Northumberland

Male, #8655, (say 1624 - 1675)
Father*Rev. Henry Culpeper (4 Aug 1594 - 1670)
Mother*Bridget Pleydell (s 1598 - )
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth*say 1624 Henry was born say 1624. 
Marriage*say 1645 He married Mary Beverly say 1645. 
Death of Father1670 His father Rev. Henry Culpeper died in 1670. 
Death of Spouse1670 His wife Mary Beverly died in 1670. 
Marriage*21 Mar 1673 He married Dorothy Wentworth at St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster, London, England, on 21 Mar 1673.1 
Will*31 Mar 1675 He made a will at St. Michael's, Cornhill, co. Northumberland, England, on 31 Mar 1675, naming as heir(s) Robert Culpeper and Dorothy Wentworth.

Synopsis: Henry Culpepper leaves everything to his wife Dorothy and his brother Robert. Refers to "his mother" as Eliza. Wentworth of Bocking in Essex. (Eliza was apparently his mother-in-law)
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Henrie Culpepper

Memorandum The 31 March 1675 att night
     Mr Henry Culpepper being then very sick and weake of Body But in perfect memory and understanding Did in the presence of us whose names are here underwritten solemnly declare this to be his Last will and Testament Impirimis he giveth and bequeatheth to his dear wife Dorothy Culpepper a lease of a house and land lying and being att Bockin in Essex of 34 £ per Annum or thereabout, so long as his Mother Eliza: Wentworth shall live. Item he giveth to his said wife All the furniture of his lodging chamber which is matted and closett therein Plate only excepted Item he giveth and bequeatheth to his brother Robert Culpepper his watch and all his working appaume with all the Pictures in the Dining Room his own and his wifes only excepted And them to desend to him after his decease And alsoe maketh his said wife and Brother Dorothy and Robert sole Executor and Executrix Joyntly and severally of his whole Estate the Premisses aforesaid Exemptid.
     Witnesses Luke Fforster / James Gunsdon / John Paule./

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Death*1675 He died in 1675
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Burial*8 Apr 1675 His body was interred on 8 Apr 1675 at St. Michael's, Cornhill, co. Northumberland, England
Probate1675 Probate action was taken on Henry's estate in 1675 at England

P.C.C. 43 Dycer. 

Family 1

Mary Beverly (say 1627 - 1670)
Marriage*say 1645 He married Mary Beverly say 1645. 

Family 2

Dorothy Wentworth (circa 1650 - )
Marriage*21 Mar 1673 He married Dorothy Wentworth at St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster, London, England, on 21 Mar 1673.1 
ChartsThe 12th century Culpepers of England: Descendant Chart (16 generations, Males only)
Last Edited10 Jun 2011

Citations

  1. 21 Mar 1672-3 Henry Culpepper, of St Michael's, Cornhill, Gent., Widr, & Dorothy Wentworth, Spr, 22, dau. of [blank] Wentworth, of Much Baddow, co. Essex, Widow, who consents; at St Martin in the Fields, Middx.
  2. Public Records Office, National Archives, London.
    Trancribed by Chip Culpepper. Image at:
    http://gen.culpepper.com/archives/uk/wills/henry_c_will_1675.htm.