Emily Culpeper of Frankleigh in Barbados1
Female, #9115, (2 Jan 1844 - 1927)
|Name-AltSpell|| ||This surname is sometimes spelled Culpepper. |
|Birth*||2 Jan 1844 ||Emily was born at Barbados on 2 Jan 1844.2 |
|Travel||9 Dec 1844 ||Emily and Amelia arrived as a relative of Francis Culpeper of Barbados on 9 Dec 1844 at New Jersey.3 |
|Photographed*||say 1875 ||She was photographed say 1875 at Barbados|
Francis Culpeper (b. 1825) with his six daughters: Martha Louisa, Mary Alleyne and Jessie Vinton, Emily and Frances Marion, and Helena (of South Africa).4
Francis & daughters
|Death of Father||11 May 1888 ||Her father Francis Culpeper of Barbados died on 11 May 1888.5 |
|Death of Mother||1901 ||Her mother Emily Rebecca Gaskin of Barbados died in 1901.2 |
|Death*||1927 ||She died at Barbados in 1927.2,5 |
- Culpeper of Barbados Pedigree.
- E-mail written 1998-2006 to Warren Culpepper from Richard Clark Culpeper (#9447), 139A Little Norway Road, Station F, RR 3, Site 3, Compartment 11, Oliver & Paipoonge Township, Thunder Bay Ontario P7C 4V2 Canada, Phone 807-625-6341, e-mail address.
- National Archives, compiler, Philadelphia Passenger Lists, 1800-1945, Online database at Ancestry.com, 2006.
Travelled from Barbados on the Henry G. King, arriving on 9 Dec 1844 in Philadelphia in route to New Jersey: Francis Culpeper (22 M), Merchant, Emily R. Culpeper (22 F), Emily Culpeper (11/12 F) Amelia F. Gaskin (24 F).
- E-mail written 1999-2002 to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper from Glen Nicholas Colepeper (#36393), Cape Town, South Africa, (deceased 2006).
- E-mail written 1999-2008 to Lew Griffin and Warren Culpepper from Ian George Colepeper (#36386), South Africa, (deceased 2008).