Elizabeth Farnfold1

Female, #8791, (say 1566 - circa 10 Jun 1633)
Father*William Farnfold of Nash, in Steyning (s 1536 - )
Birth*say 1566 Elizabeth was born say 1566. 
Marriage*21 Jun 1584 She married Sir Edward Culpeper of Wakehurst, Knight at Steyning, co. Sussex, England, on 21 Jun 1584. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. 
Married Name21 Jun 1584  As of 21 Jun 1584, her married name was Culpeper. 
Name-AltSpell This surname is sometimes spelled Colepeper. 
Birth of Soncirca 1589 Her son Edward Culpeper was born circa 1589. 
Birth of Soncirca 1595 Her son Sir John Culpeper Knight was born circa 1595. 
Birth of Soncirca 1605 Her son Edward Culpeper was born circa 1605.2 
Death of Soncirca 11 Feb 1621 Her son Sir John Culpeper Knight died circa 11 Feb 1621. 
Will*7 Jan 1632 She made a will at Bolney, co. Sussex, England, on 7 Jan 1632.

The last will of the old Lady Elizabeth Culpeper widow of Bolney, her son Edward being sole executor, written 7 Jan 1632. To son Edward (Edward Culpeper) my diamond border and pearl chain to be sold to pay debts and legacies. The best deaths head ring to my son William (Sir William Culpeper of Wakehurst, Bart.), the other deaths head ring to my sister Pellatt (Alice Farnfold). To my daughter Turner (Timothea Culpeper) my sergeants ring. To my daughter Theobalds (Dorothy Culpeper) my wedding ring. To my son Edward’s wife (Mary Bellingham) my turkey ring. To my nephew William Farnfold the great gold ring with a seal. To my cousin Katherine Farnfold the knobbed gold ring. All my best wearing apparel to my daughter Theobalds and also my cloak and safeguard and furniture for a horse. To my sister Farnfold my best black stuffe gown and chamlett petticoat, my bible, and some of my worse sort of linen. To my cousin Culpeper the widow one cloth coat, one quilted taffeta waistcoat and some of my worse sort of linen. To my cousin Michell my old black gown. To goodwife West my night gown. To Mary Dumbrell one of my best under petticoats. To my grandchildren that are my godchildren a piece of gold. To my son Edward the little bedstead with the bed and furniture in the chamber at Wakehurst where I used to lie, and curtains and counterpoint about my own bed and the bed bolster and pillows I bought of my cousin Michell "unless he bring the money I paid him for it," and also the great joined chest in the chamber next my son Williams chamber. £3 to Mary Winne. To my son Edward all the money my son William owes me. To my son Edward the bedstead that was in my son William's chamber before he bought one. I desire to be buried in Ardingly. Witness the mark of Edward Pepper, Henry Warde, John Burtenshawe. Proved 30 Aug 1633 by Edward Culpeper Esq. the son and Executor.3 
Death*circa 10 Jun 1633 She died circa 10 Jun 1633. 
Burial*11 Jun 1633 Her body was interred on 11 Jun 1633 at Ardingly, co. Sussex, England. She was buried as "Lady Elizabeth Culpeper, an ancient woman".1 

Family

Sir Edward Culpeper of Wakehurst, Knight (1561 - before 15 May 1630)
Marriage*21 Jun 1584 She married Sir Edward Culpeper of Wakehurst, Knight at Steyning, co. Sussex, England, on 21 Jun 1584. 
Children
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 II", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVIII,65-98, (1905)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
  2. J. A. Venn, compiler, Alumni Cantabrigienses (Alumni of Cambridge University), Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1921.
    Edward Culpeper.
  3. Col. F.W.T. Attree R.E./F.S.A. & Rev. J.H.L. Booker M.A., "The Sussex Colepepers, Part II", Sussex Archaeological Collections, XLVIII,65-98, (1905)http://gen.culpepper.com/historical/sussex/default.htm.
    Lewes, A. 23, 56.