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James Lamar Culpepper and Annie Ruth McMillan



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1 M James Gordon Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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James Monroe Culpepper and Frances De Loach



Husband James Monroe Culpepper 1 2

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         Father: Joel Culpepper (1796-1877) 1 2
         Mother: Rebecca Hammock (1805-1889) 1 2


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1 M Monroe Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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2 M James Culpepper 1 2

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3 F Cordelia Culpepper 1 2

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4 M Absalom Culpepper 1 2

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5 M George W Culpepper 1 2

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6 M Charles F Culpepper 1 2

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7 M Henry Culpepper 1 2

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8 M Mercer Culpepper 1 2

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9 F Mary Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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James Thomas Culpepper



Husband James Thomas Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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Jane Culpepper



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Wife Jane Culpepper 1 2

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         Father: Stephen Culpepper (1811-      ) 1 2
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Janet B Culpepper



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Jeffery Luther Culpepper



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Jennifer Lynne Culpepper



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Jessie B Culpepper



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         Father: James Lewis Culpepper (1881-1939) 1 2
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Jessie Walter Culpepper



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Wife Jessie Walter Culpepper 1

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         Father: Thomas Jefferson Culpepper (1845-1895) 1
         Mother: Martha F Armstrong





Jimmy Merlon Culpepper and Edell Getter



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         Father: Willis Martin Culpepper (1873-1943) 1 2
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1 M Jimmy Merlon Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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Joe Culpepper



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         Father: Kinion Perry Culpepper (1878-      ) 1 2
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Joel Culpepper and Rebecca Hammock



Husband Joel Culpepper 1 2

           Born: 1796 2
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         Father: William Culpepper (Abt 1770-1825) 1 2
         Mother: Martha


       Marriage: 26 Aug 1819 2




Wife Rebecca Hammock 1 2

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1 F Culpepper 1 2

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2 M James Monroe Culpepper 1 2

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         Spouse: Nancy Collins (living)



3 M Marrener C Culpepper 1 2

           Born: Abt 1828 - , Jones, GA 2
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           Marr: 29 Oct 1849 - , Harris, GA 2





Joel Culpepper



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John Culpepper



Husband John Culpepper 1

           Born: 1734 - , Bertie, NC 3
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John Culpepper and Elizabeth Hardreshull



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           Born: Abt 1257 - London, Middlesex County, England
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         Father: Thomas Colepeper Bayhall (1230-After 1309) 5
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       Marriage: Abt 1283 - London, Middlesex County, England




Wife Elizabeth Hardreshull 5

           Born: Abt 1260 - London, Middlesex County, England
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1 M Thomas Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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John Culpepper and Barsheba Wright



Husband John Culpepper 1 4

           Born: 1765 - , Nash, NC 4
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         Father: Erasmus Culpepper (1744-1783) 1
         Mother: Chloe Whitehead (Abt 1748-1818) 1


       Marriage: 1783 - , Nash, NC 4




Wife Barsheba Wright 1 4

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1 M Baalam Culpepper 1 4

           Born: Apr 1785 - , Nash, NC 4
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General Notes for Child Baalam Culpepper

Baalam Made a Trading Post out of a old Water Mill and ran it for a living


John Culpepper and Sarah Oglethorpe



Husband John Culpepper 1 6

           Born: Abt 1745 6
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         Father: Benjamin Culpepper Jr (Abt 1720-Bef 1771) 1
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1 M John William Culpepper 1 6

           Born: 1 Oct 1772 - , Camden, SC 6
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           Marr: 18 May 1794 - , Richland, SC 6





Sir John Culpepper and Elizabeth Hardreshull



Husband Sir John Culpepper 5

           Born: 1303 - Hardreshull And Bayhall, England
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         Father: Thomas Culpeper (1260-1321) 5
         Mother: Margery Bayhall (Abt 1270-After 1303) 5


       Marriage: Bef 1345 - Hadreshull And Bayhall, England




Wife Elizabeth Hardreshull 5

           Born: Abt 1320 - Hardreshull And Bayhall, England
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         Father: John De Hardreshull (1291-Abt 1365) 5
         Mother: Margaret Stafford (Abt 1294-Bef 1365) 5





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1 M Sir Thomas Culpepper 5

           Born: Abt 1345 - England
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         Spouse: Joyce Vyne (Abt 1350-      ) 5
           Marr: Abt 1380 - London, Middlesex County, England
         Spouse: Alianora Greene (Abt 1347-After 1380) 5
           Marr: Abt 1370 - Bayhall, Pembury, Kent, England




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Sir John, who in 1348 had purchased the manor of Wig s e l l , in Salehurst, co. Sussex, from Simon de Etchingh a m , b y m arriage with Elizabeth, daughter and co-heire s s o f Si r Joh n Hardreshull, of Hardreshull, co. Warwic k , cons idera bly au gmented his patrimonial estates, an d le ft at h is dea th an o nly son and heir, Sir Thomas Co lepep er, of B ayhall , in Kent ., and Hardreshull, in Warw ickshi re. - (Fr om "Th e Sussex Co lepepers", published i n the "S ussex Arch aeologi cal Collecti ons", Volume XLVII , 1904, p p 54). Si r John suc ceeded to Bay hall on the de ath of hi s brother W alter. Sher iff 1364-5, 13 65-6, 1368 -9 (39, 4 0 43 Edw III) . Commission er for equippin g ship s 1370, jo pintly with sh eriffs of Ken t, Surrey, Suss e x and others . (Rymer)of Thom as Colepeper , and Marger y his w ife of la nds at Beghall wi th part o f a mill in P epinbury.

1308. Charter in which Cecilia, Margeria, Amicia, an d C h r i stina, daughters of John atte Bayhalle grant to T hom a s t h e son of Thomas Colepeper, for 5 marcs, all the ir p a r t o f a mill and lands in Pepinbury which they ha d aft e r th e de ath of their grandfather William atte Bay halle.

1309. Johanna quae fuit uxor Johannis atte Beyhall e p e t i t versus Thomas Colepeper juniorem.

1312. Grant from Ralph Newman and Agnes daughtor a n d h e i r of Geoffrey atte Beyhalle to Thomas Colepeper a n d Mar ge r y his wife of ----ds in Pepinbery.

1312. Grant of Walter son of Jeffrey atte Beyhalle a n d A g n es his ----er and Ralph Neweman to Thomas Colepep e r an d M ar gery his wife for 26 shillings "quandam gran a m terra e i n Pe pingebery."

1313. Gilbert ate Beyhalle grants to Thomas Colepe p e r a n d Margery for 50 shillings a piece of land in Pep in gb er y t o be held by them and their heirs for ever.

1314. Charter by which Christina daughter of John at t e B a y halle for 4 marcs grants to Thomas Colepeper lan d s in P ep in gbery.

1315. Christina de Bayhalle grants to Thomas Colepe p e r a n d Margery his wife for 3s 6d the pension which Wi ll ia m Sc ri vor owes yearly to her.

1316. Grant from Ralph Newheman to Thomas Colepepe r a n d M a rgery his wife of lands at Beahalle in fields c all e d "Red es t" and "Mesebort" in Pepinbury.

1316. Charter by which Christina daughter of John at t e B a y halle grants to Thomas Colepeper and Margery fo r tw o sh il li ngs all that part of wood "inter Rodgate e t stag na d e Ba yha lle cum placea super quam boscus cresc it."

1317. Christina daughter of John atte Bayhalle gra n t s t o T homas Colepeper and Margery for 4 marcs a messu a g e an d land s in Peapingbury which she had "post decess u m W illel mi at e Beyhalle avi sui."

1317. Quitclaim by Johanna widow of John atte Beyh a l l e t o Thomas Colepeper and Margery his wife of a hou s e a n d land s at Beyhalle for 3 marcs."

Sir Thomas Colepeper, who "pro bono servicio in part i b u s S cotie" received a pardon in the 32nd year of Edw a r d I . fo r breaking the park of the Prior of Christ Chu rc h , Can terbu ry, at Westwell, and the park of the Prio r o f M ichelh am, i n the 29th year of that King's reign , too k th e side o f th e Earl of Lancaster against Edwar d II. , and b eing Gove rno r of Winchelsea, was there exec uted i n 1321.

Previous to this, however, by a fine levied in 132 0 , p a r t of his estates, consisting of 2 messuages, 2 mi ll s, 4 0 5 a cres of land, 20 acres of meadow, 60 acres o f pa stur e , 80 a cres of wood and 20 shillings annual ren tal i n Pep yn gbery , Thonebregg and Teudele, were settle d on hi msel f an d Marge ry his wife for life, with remain der to t hei r son s Walter , John and Richard in successio n.

By Inquisition taken at Tunbridge 25th February, 1 E d w a r d III. (1327), it was found that Thomas Colepeper d i e d se iz ed of Bayhalle, with lands in Pepyngbery, Thone br eg g an d Te udele, and that Walter was his son and heir , a ge d 22 y ear s on the feast of the Purification of th e Ble sse d Virgi n Ma ry last past (2nd February, 1327). I n th e Inqu isitio n de te rris forisfactis, 17 Edward II. , take n at La mberhur st, ment ion is made of Thomas Colep eper' s estate i n Pepynb ery, incl uded in the fine levie d in 13 20, beside s which i t is state d that he had acqui red 50 a cres in ffo ghelesdenn e from Thom as Colepeper, s enr., i n 1310, 1 mess uage an d 1 carucate o f land in Ber nette an d Ramherste fro m Richar d Wych in 1320 , 1 messua ge and 6 0 acres of land i n Bocsted e from Ralph Ma rscot , 10 acre s in Bayrugge fro m Michael d e Bettesfield, a n d 40 acre s in ffernth (i.e. , Frant) fro m Roger de ffer rugge . Al l these lands had bee n seized by t he King on N ovember t h e 6th, 1321, on accoun t of the felon y of th e said Thoma s , and for no other reas on.

It was not long, however, before all these estates w e r e r e stored to the family. By deed bearing date 1st Ju l y , 17 E dw ard II., Margery, widow of Thomas Colepeper , ag re ed to g ran t the Pepinbury estate to the King fo r the t er m of he r lif e on the payment of 12 marks per a nnum fro m t he Exche quer . But apparently she soon repent ed of thi s ba rgain, an d add ressed a petition to the Kin g prayin g tha t "le manoi r de l a Bayehalle" might be res tored t o her, t he grounds f or th e request being tllat t he King' s ministe rs had not on ly neg lected to pay the r ent, bu t had let he r houses go t o ruin , "a g'nt damag e de l'ava ntdite Marg'i e de xlli."

On this the King issued a commission to Henry de Cob h a m a n d others to investigate the matters set forth i n t h e peti ti on, and the direct result of this enquiry w a s a n order f o r the immediate restoration of all the, p ro pert y. The out ly ing estates were to be restored uncon dit ional ly, and i f lan ds had been "demised at ferm" th e far mers w ere to b e satisf ied for their expenditure o n the l and, wh ile wit h regard t o Bayhall and the land i nclude d in the f ine levi ed in 1320 , there was this savi ng clau se, viz., t hat thi s portion o f the property wa s to rever t to the Kin g in cas e all the pa rties mention ed in the f ine died with out issue.

From this order it appears that Thomas Colepeper acq u i r e d the Buxted property mentioned above in 7 Edward I I . , a n d in 13 Edward II. he purchased from Reginald, s o n o f Reg in ald Burgeys, of Boxstede, 1 messuage and 5 0 ac re s in Box ste de and Marsefeld. The 40 acres in Fern th (F ran t), co. S usse x, is supplemented in this order b y 10 a cre s of wood b ough t in 10 Edward Il. from Roger , son o f Rich ard de Ferru gge , while another 20 acres i n the sam e tow n is stated t o hav e been acquired from Wi lliam so n of Joh n de Nettewort h.he t ombstone. Unfortuna tely thi s was stol en, and agrea t loss , as a friend wh o in late r years wen t to Branford t o photog raph it, rep orted th e stone no lon ger existed. Sh e wrote t hat appa rentl y a street had bee n out through an d land evide ntl y was n eeded to make it su fficiently broad . Such vanda l ism in t hese times is diffic ult to understand , but I f ear m any o ld tombstones have go ne, giving way t o "impro vements. " T he stone read:

"Mr. Daniel Maltbie Died Dec. 25, 1731 In 53rd year."

Daniel Maltbie's widow, Esther (Moss) Maltby, mar. J u n e 1 4 , 1739, Deacon Samuel Todd, of New Haven, as hi s 2 n d wif e . (Conn. Mar. Bran- ford). The "Tuttle Gen., " p . 3 25, st at es: mar. "June 20th." New Haven Rec. read s: " Mrs . Esthe r M altby of Branford and Mr. Samuel Todd , Jun. , ma r. Jun e 10 , 1739."

The will of Daniel Maltbie was found in the Guilford P r o b a te Re- cords, Vol. II, p. 436, by Miss Ethel Lord S co fi el d , and copied by her, and also the inventory of h i s est ate.

Abstract of the will of Daniel Maltbie. "Last Will o f D a n i el Maltbie of Branford, in County of New Haven an d Co lo n y o f Connecticut in New England, Yeoman, made th is Tw en t y Seco nd Day of December, Anno Domini, 1731 . I give a n d Be questh e unto my Dearly beloved wife, Est her, one th ir d o f all m y Houseing, Lands and Personal E state, afte r m y jus t debt s are paid; the real Estate Du ring Life an d th e pers onal fo rever.

2ndly. I give and bequesthe unto my three sons, Jos e p h , D aniel and Benjamin, all Houseing and Lands and ri g h t o f Lan ds, to be equally Divided between them includ i n g my W ives ' third part in each parcel. If any of my s a i d Sons sh oul d Decease before he is twenty one then t h e Su r- vivor s of m y sons shall have the Same equally b et wee n them an d shall p ay to each of my Daughters in mo ne y o r equivalen t thereto o ne Sixth part of that part o f m y Es tate which D id by righ t Belong to the Deceased . An d my so n Joseph to h ave his par t in my Housing an d Homes tead.

3rdly. My will is that Each of my Daughters, Esther , A b i g ail and Martha shall have out of my Personal Esta te i nc lu di ng what each of them has already had and by M e se t ou t t o a ny of them the Sum of one Hundred and thi rty p ound s api ec e and if my Personal Estate be not Suff icien t to m ake u p th e Sum then to be Equally made up t o eac h of the m by Ea ch o f my Sons Surviving and in Cas e any o f my Daug hters sh oul d Decease before She arriv e at Lawfu ll age t o Receive h er P art in my Estate as ab ove then th at part s hall be Equa lly D ivided Between m y Surviving Ch ildren.

4thly. If my Personal Estate after my Just Debts an d W i d o ws thirds be taken out be more than enough to Sat is f y m y Da ughters Each one her part as above then the r ema in de r shal l be Equally divided between my Sur- vivin g Da ugh ter s.

I ordain my well beloved wife Esther and my Son Jo s e p h t o be Executers of this my last will and testamen t , et c . etc . . .In witness where- of I have hereunto S e t my ha n d and S eal the day and year above written. Dan ie l Maltbi e . Signed , Sealed, published and Declared b y y e said Dani e l Maltbi e as his Last will and Testamen t i n presence o f u s Subscrib ers. Josiah Frisbie, Uzal l Ward ell, Samuel M altb ie." Branfo rd January 8th 1731-2

"Then Personally appeared Capt. Samuel Maltbie, Mr . U z a l l Wardell and made Oath that they Saw Mr. Danie l Malt bi e , L ate of Branford, Dec'd. Sign, Seal and Decl are thi s I ns trum ent to be his Last Will and Testament a nd tha t the y wi th Mr . Josiah Frisbie did then Signe the reunt o in hi s pres ence a s witnesses Judging him to be o f Soun d mind a nd Clea r under - standing at ye time there of. Bef ore me, J no. Russ ell, Jus . Pac.

Note. In Daniel Maltby's will, 1731, there is no me n t i o n of Mary, b. 1703, Branford; nor of William, b. 17 0 5 , Br an ford; nor of John, b. 1722. It is evident tha t Ma r y lef t n o descendant or Daniel would have mentione d hi s g randch ild . Mary would have been 28 years old i n 1731 . De acon Ch arle s Foote in his MS. Genealogy of Ma ltby (p . 17 , Maltby- Moreh ouse Family) states, "Mary, (d au. of D aniel ) mar. --- - Good rich." This may well be t he case , as w e find: "Jul y 5, 173 0, Capt. Malbie's dee d from Go odrich . Land in Lit chfield f rom William Goodr ich of Cop ateneck , in ye provinc e of Mass . Bay, Yeoman , lately o f Litchfie ld, to Samuel Ma lt- bie o f Branford , of severa l parcels o f land in the Cre tch of Ban tam o r Mill Rive r for # 220. ( Litchfield Rec., V ol. I, p. 5 9 6)"

Daniel's son William evidently never married; and Dan i e l ' s son John would have been but nine years of age i n 1 73 1- -- hence must have died in his boyhood.

(The complete will of Daniel Maltbie was printed i n t h e " M altby- Maltbie History, pp. 280, 281). Abstrac t o f th e In ve ntory of Daniel Maltbie. (Guilford Probat e Rec ., Vo l. II , p . 451).

"Esther Maltbie, Executor of Daniel Maltbie, late of B r a n f ord, Dec'd exhibited an Inventory of Said Decease d Es ta t e w hich was approved and ordered to be Recorded."

From Maltby-Maltbie Genealogy, by Dorothy Maltby Verrill:

Daniel Maltbie/Maltby, son of William was a farmer b y o c c u pation. Wh en his father died, he left most of th e la n d a n d the farm to Daniel.

Daniel, like the rest of his family, was active in t h e C o n gregational Church of Branford - the same churc h hi s fa th e r helped found. He bec ame a Deacon of the c hurch.

After his father died, Daniel became the legal guar d i a n o f his younger brother John or Jonathon as he wa s la t e r know n.

Daniel was 18th on the list of Freeman of Branfo r d - t h i s was a mar k of community distinction and prom in ence.

According to family records, Daniel fought in the In d i a n W ars. In the inventory of his estate a sword is li s t e d - tes timony to his military service.

Daniel and Esther Moss were married at the Branford Co n g r e gational Ch urch on 27 October, 1702 by the Revera n d Sa mu e l Russell. Esther was als o from a prominent f am ily , he r f amily being old friends and fellow church m emb ers.

Daniel Maltbie is buried at the Old Burial Grounds a t B r a n ford. His grave is near his father and mother's . Hi s t om bs tone no longer stands due to vandalism.

In 1700, Daniel Maltbie joined the Church at Branfo r d . " E sther Moss , who was to become his wife, joine d t h e ch urc h at the same time. They were married Oct. 2 7, 1 70 2. (B ranf ord Record). She was the daughter of J o hn M os s (or M orse ) and Mary Lothrop.

John Moss was a son of John Moss, New Haven Planters A s s o c iation, June 4, 1639. Born in England, 1604. Mem b e r o f 1s t General Court, 1 639 and 1648, 1649 and 166 4 . C orpo ral , Aug. 6, 1642; May, 1678, Commissioner. H e w as on e o f th e first settlers of Wallingford, and d i ed i n 1707 , ag ed 10 3 years, according to records.

Mary Lothrop was dau. of Samuel Lothrop of New Lond o n , a n d wife Elizabeth Scudder. Samuel was a son of Re v . J oh n Lo throp who was bor n at Elton, East Riding o f Yo rksh ire , Eng land, in 1584. He was bred at Oxford , grad . Quee n' s Colleg e, 1605, and mar. Hannah Howse o f Eastwe l l, Co . K ent. Rev . John was son of Thomas Lot hrop or L owthropp , o f Cherry Bu rton, Yorks, and wife Ma ry; he so n of Rober t Lo wttrop and w ife Elle n, and he s on of Joh n Lowthrop e livin g in early 16 th century at Ch erry Burto n, a paris h four mi les from Lowth rop, where i n 1548 hi s name ap- pe ars on th e Yorkshire Subs idy roll.

(Branford Rec., Vol. I, p. 224) "June 14, 1703. Dan i e l M a ltbie entered his ear mark, which is a crop on t h e to p o f b oth ears, and a hollow crop on the near ear . " (Vo l . II , p . 249)

"April 12, 1705. At a meeting of the Proprietors in B r a n f ord com- mencing March 25, and closing April 12, 17 0 5 , Da ni el Maltbie desire d them to give him about 2 ac r e s of se dg y land, which was granted."

In 1710, William Maltby left "to my son Daniel, al l t h a t h ouse and land where he now lives."

(New Haven Probate Rec., Vol. III, p. 235) "October , 1 7 1 0 . Daniel Maltby was appointed guardian to Jonatho n M al tb ie , minor, son of Wm. Maltbie of Branford, decea sed."

This half-brother of Daniel was then but twelve ye a r s o f a ge. He evidently remained Daniel's ward but a s ho r t tim e, f or, (p. 66 New Ha ven Rec.) we find: "Jonat ho n M aultbi e, Mi nor, child of Mr. William Maultb ie, la t e of B ranford , di d appear and made choice of Mr. Edwa r d Barke r of Branf ord t o be his guardian."

Jonathon's elder brother (by the same mother) Samuel , m a r r ied Elizabeth Barker in 1715. Edward Barker wa s he r br ot he r.

(Branford Rec., Vol. I, p. 342) "Oct. 15, 1711. In st a k i n g out lots on Mulliner's Neck, 'D.M. ' was to stan d f o r D an iel Maltbie." (Vol. III, p. 81) "Deed to Dani el M al t bi e f rom Allen Ball."

This is interesting as the first Allen Ball was o n e o f t h e first settlers of New haven. He is though t t o b e a bro th er of William Bal l of New Haven, consid ere d a s possibl y fa ther of Col. John Ball, whose dau. M ar y Bal l was mothe r o f George Washington. The "Tuttl e Gen ., p . 628," states : "T his would verify the traditi on, o r stat ement, that Joh n Bal l who mar. Mary Tuttle w as 2n d cousi n of Washington' s mothe r."

In a list of "Freemen of Branford, 1714 to 1730," t h e n a m e of Dan- iel Maltby is 18th on the list. (p. 15 1 ) "171 2- 13 . Land layed out t o the Estate of Wm. Malt bi e for D ani e l Maltbie, Jan. 23, 1712-13." (p. 219) "De e d from *Ed wi n Ba rker to Daniel Maltby in consideratio n o f # 22, 1 0 s. " (*Th is should be Edward Barker). (p . 221 ) "1714. Dee d t o Danie l Mal tbie from Caleb Parmer ly, Ma rch 26, 1714. " ( Note. Th e Parmelees were of Guil ford, a nd were from K ent C o., Engla nd).

(p. 403) "April 27, 1714. Deed to Daniel Maltby b y N o a h R ogers." (p. 514) "May 2, 1717. Land layed ou t to t h e E stat e of Wm. Maltbie, Esqre., on the pitch o f Danie l M altb ie."

(Vol. IV, p. 86) "Aug. 4, 1718. Deed of John Howd * t o D a n iel Maltbi e of 3 acres of salt meadow and fo r anot he r pi ec e of salt meadow."

Note. Benjamin Howd mar. Elizabeth Whitehead. Their d a u g h ter, Elizab eth Howd, mar. Daniel Hoadley--their so n , J o h n Howd* mar. Martha Hoadle y and their son Danie l H ow d ma r . in 1739, Martha Maltby. (p. 87) "July 29, 1 718 . D ee d o f John Parrish to Daniel Maltbie, of a piec e o f 5t h div i si on land, which he had formerly bought o f sa id Ma lt- bi e, fo r # 28." (No te. Daniel Maltby's d au. A bigail , b. 17 14, ma r. for her 2nd husband, "Eph ra im Par ish o f Cheshire .")

(Vol. IV, Branford Rec.)

"Oct. 26, 1719. (Abstract)" Deed. Samuel and Jonath o n M a l tbie of Branford, believing our Honrd. Father, Wi ll m Ma lt bi e desired that our brother Daniel Maltbie sho ul d hav e hi s r ight in Beaver Swamp, therefo re give, et c . all ou r rig ht s in ye above swamp, 8 acres, etc. (p . 44 5) D ec . 7, 172 2 . Deed. "Jonathon Maltbie of Stam ford , cordwai n- er, f o r # 1 30, gives his brother, Dani el Ma ltbie, o f Branford , 1 0 acres of land, bei ng Jonat hon' s share o f the home 1s t, g iven him by his fath- er , Will iam." Dani el Maltbie die d Dec . 25, 1731. Branfor d Rec . reads: "Dan iel Maltbie dep arte d this life, Dec . ye 26 , A.D. 1731, i n the morning."

The tombstone of Daniel Maltbie was in the Old Buryi n g G r o und of Branford, not far from the stones of his f at her , W il liam, and stepmot her, Abigail. It was fairl y n ea r th e fen ce, and was sinking and in bad condition . Fo r t he Ma ltby F amily Association I had the stone st raight ene d and p roperl y cared for. Also, a cousin wen t to Bra nfo r d and p hotogra phed the tombstone. Unfortu nately th is w as stolen , and a g re at loss, as a frien d who in lat er ye ars went t o Branfor d to photograph i t , reported th e ston e no longe r existed . She wrote tha t apparently a s t ree t had been o ut throug h and land ev idently was neede d to m ake it suffic iently bro ad. Suc h vandalism in thes e time s is difficul t to understa nd , but I fear many ol d tombsto nes have gone , giving wa y t o "improvements." T he stone r ead:

"Mr. Daniel Maltbie Died Dec. 25, 1731 In 53rd year."

Daniel Maltbie's widow, Esther (Moss) Maltby, mar. J u n e 1 4 , 1739, Deacon Samuel Todd, of New Haven, as hi s 2 n d wif e . (Conn. Mar. Bran- ford). The "Tuttle Gen. , " p . 325, s ta tes: mar. "June 20th." New Hav en Rec. re ad s: " Mrs. Esth e r Maltby of Branford and Mr. Samuel Tod d , Jun. , mar. Jun e 1 0, 1739."

The will of Daniel Maltbie was found in the Guilford P r o b a te Re- cords, Vol. II, p. 436, by Miss Ethel Lord S co fi el d , and copied by he r, and also the inventory o f hi s es tat e.

Abstract of the will of Daniel Maltbie. "Last Will o f D a n i el Maltbie of Branford, in County of New Haven an d Co lo n y o f Connecticut in New England, Yeoman, made th is Tw en t y Seco nd Day of December, Anno Domini, 1731 . I give a n d Be questh e unto my Dearly beloved wife, Est her, one t h i rd o f all m y Houseing, Lands and Persona l Estate, aft er m y jus t debt s are paid; the real Estat e During Life a nd th e pers onal fo rever.

2ndly. I give and bequesthe unto my three sons, Jos e p h , D aniel and Benjamin, all Houseing and Lands and ri g h t o f Lan ds, to be equally Divided between them includ i n g my W ives ' third part in each parcel . If any of m y sa i d Sons s houl d Decease before he is twenty one the n t h e S ur- vivor s o f my sons shall have the Same equal ly b et ween them an d sha l l pay to each of my Daughter s in mo ne y or equivalen t ther eto one Sixth par t of tha t part o f m y Estate whic h Did b y right Belong to the De ceased . A n d my son Josep h to hav e his part in my Hous ing an d Home stead.

3rdly. My will is that Each of my Daughters, Esther , A b i g ail and Martha shall have out of my Personal Esta te i nc lu di ng what each of th em has already had and b y Me se t o u t t o any of them the Sum of one Hundr ed an d thirt y poun d s api ece and if my Personal Estate be no t Suffici en t t o m ake u p the Sum then to be Equally mad e up to ea ch of t he m by Eac h o f my Sons Surviving an d in Case an y of my D aug hters sho uld Decease befor e Sh e arrive at L awfull ag e t o Receive he r Part in my Estat e as above th e n that pa rt s hall be Equal ly Divided Bet ween my Surviv ing Children.

4thly. If my Personal Estate after my Just Debts an d W i d o ws thirds be taken out be more than enough to Sat is f y m y Da ughters Each one her part as above then the r ema in de r shal l be Equally divided between m y Sur- vivi ng D aug hte rs.

I ordain my well beloved wife Esther and my Son Jo s e p h t o be Executers of this my last will and testamen t , et c . etc . . .In witness where- of I have hereunto S e t my ha n d and S eal the day and year above written. Dan ie l Maltbi e . Signed , Sealed, published and Declared b y y e said Dani e l Maltbi e as his Las t will and Testamen t i n presence o f u s Subscri bers. Josiah Frisbie, Uzal l Ward ell, Samuel M altb ie." Branf ord January 8th 1731-2

"Then Personally appeared Capt. Samuel Maltbie, Mr . U z a l l Wardell and made Oath that they Saw Mr. Danie l Malt bi e , L ate of Branford, Dec 'd. Sign, Seal and Dec lare th i s In stru ment to be his Last Will and Testam en t and th a t the y wit h Mr. Josiah Frisbie did then Sign e thereunt o i n hi s presen ce as witnesses Judging him t o be of Soun d mi nd an d Clear u nder- standing at ye tim e thereof. Bef ore m e, Jno . Russell , Jus. Pac.

Note. In Daniel Maltby's will, 1731, there is no me n t i o n of Mary, b. 1703, Branford; nor of William, b. 17 0 5 , Br an ford; nor of John, b. 17 22. It is evident tha t M ar y lef t n o descendant or Daniel would have menti on ed h i s grandc hild . Mary would have been 28 years old i n 173 1 . Deacon C harle s Foote in his MS. Genealogy of Ma ltby ( p . 17, Maltby -Moreh ouse Family) states, "Mary, (d au. o f Da niel) mar. -- -- Good rich." This may well be th e case , a s we find: "Jul y 5, 1730 , Capt. Malbie's dee d from Go odri ch. Land in Lit chfield fr om William Goodr ich of Cop atene ck, i n ye provin ce of Mass . Bay, Yeoman , lately o f Litch field, to Samuel M alt - bie o f Branfor d, of sever al parce ls of land in the C retch of Ban tam o r Mi ll Rive r for # 2 20. (Litchfield Rec. , Vol. I, p . 5 96)"

Daniel's son William evidently never married; and Dan i e l ' s son John would have been but nine years of age i n 1 73 1- -- hence must have die d in his boyhood.

(The complete will of Daniel Maltbie was printed i n t h e " M altby- Maltbie History, pp. 280, 281). Abstrac t o f th e In ve ntory of Daniel Maltbie. (Guilford Probat e Rec ., Vo l. II , p . 451).

"Esther Maltbie, Executor of Daniel Maltbie, late of B r a n f ord, Dec'd exhibited an Inventory of Said Decease d Es ta t e w hich was approved and ordered to be Recorded. "dded . F RO M LA Y SUBSIDIES FOR CO. YORK* 15 HENRY VIII ( 1523-2 4) A sse ssmen t for the first payment. Wapentake o f Herthi ll. C herr y Burt on. John Lowthr(o)p in go ods, (val uation ) 1 3 pounds , 11s., 8d., (tax) 6s. 8d. (L ay Subsidi es, 203 /183 ) 32 HENR Y VIII (1540-41), Assessm ent of 20 p ounds an d upw ard. Nort h Burton John Lowthro p in goods. ( valuation ) 20 p ounds, (ta x) 20s. (Ib., 203 /191.) 35 an d 36 Henry V III (15 43-1545). B urton Rober t Lowthorppe a t Isabella Low thorpe ' s in manibus John Mi lsoin, in goods , (valuation ) 4 poun d s (tax) 4d. 39 Eliz abeth 1596-97) E tto n Willi a m Akyett in goods , (valuation) 5 pou nds . (tax) 16s. Thom a s Lowthorpe i n goods, (valuation ) 6 pou nds , (tax ) 16s. Nort h Burton Robe rt Lowth orpe i n goods (valuation ) 3 pounds , (tax) 8s. Rober t Pat terso n in goods, (valuatio n) 4 po unds, (Tax) 8s. (Ib. , 2 04/348)

Answer (undated) of John Lowthorp to the petition o f J a m e s Carter and the others sets forth that the matte r o f t h e p etitioners is determinable within the Court o f th e Pr ov os t of Beverley, within his lordship of sout h Dalt on, a s t h e land specified is a parcel of the mano r of So uth Da lto n . Said Lowthorp denies that he is guil ty of an y rio t or m is demeanor. Further, if he had commi tted an y such r iot o r mis demeanor, the King, by authori ty of Pa rliament , has p ardone d to all his subjects al l riots an d misdemea nors com mitte d before 3 November la st, just be fore whic h time th e riot i s said to have tak en place. H e prays tha t the peti tion be d ismissed wit h costs. )Ib. , Henry VIII , vol 9, no . 62.)

3 May 1632. At a conventile at the house of one Bar n e t t , a brewer's clerk dwelling in Blackfriars, the min is t e r wa s one John Latropp, and among those present wer e P en ni na Ho wse (Hannah House?) and Sarah Barbon. Durin g th e e xam inatio n of Latroop (i.e., Rev. John Lothrop ) by th e Bi sho p of St . David's he was asked: "Were yo u not Dr . King' s, t he Bisho p of London's, sizar at Oxfo rd? I tak e it yo u wer e ** (Sta r chamber Proceeding, Ecc lesiastica l Divisi on o f the Cour t of High Commission. C f Register , vol 69 , p. 28 4.) **Rev . John King, D.D., wa s made Dea n of Chris t Churc h College , Oxofrd, 5 Aug 160 5 and was V ice Chancel lor of t he Univers ity of Oxford , 1607-1610, a nd Bishop o f London 1 611-1621.

Rev. John Lothrop evidently entered first Christ Chu r c h C o llege, Oxford, for according to Foster's "Alumin i O xo nien se s" John Lowthroppe of Yorkshire, aged 16 yea rs , wa s admi tte d a pleb of Christ Church, Oxford, 15 Oc tob er 16 02. The nc e he went to Cambridge, where accordin g t o Vennn 's "Alum n i Cantabrigienses" John Loothrop, La thro p, or Lo thropp, w h o was baptized at Etton, Yorkshir e, 2 0 Dec. 158 4, son o f Th omas of Etton, was admitted t o th e degree o f Bachelo r of Ar ts from Queen's College i n 160 6 and to th at of Mast er of Ar ts in 1609. A brief b iograp hical notic e of him i s given b y Venn. Lothrop-Lat hrop-Lo wthorp- In T he Register , Octobe r 1930, pp. 437-9 , Mr. G . Andrews Mori arty contrib uted furt her informati on on th e ancestry of R ev. John Loth rop, earl y settle r of Barnst able, New Englan d.

Notes for JOHN (REV.) LATHROP: Information from (Pat r i c k J . Janis) pjj0518@pop.tamu.edu; He gives the follo wi n g i nfor mation: Some records say he died in Hingham , MA . W as c hil d #12 of Thomas LOWTHOPPE (LATHROP). Cam e to A meri ca o n shi p "GRIFFEN" Is an ancestor of FDR, U . S. Gr ant a nd Ge orge B ush. BIRTH: DEC 20 1581, Elton , Yorkshir e, Eng land ; BAPTISM : DEC 20 1854, Elton, York shire, Engl and; Fa ther : Thomas LA THROP Mother: Mary HOW ELL ________ ________ _____ ____________ __________________ _________

E. B. Huntington, A Genealogical Memoir of the Lo-La t h r o p Family in T his Country Embracing." (Ridgefield , Co nn . , 1 884), is a well presented fa mily history, es pecia ll y f or J ohn Lothrop's life in England and America . Loth rop 's f amil y can be traced back a number of gener ation s in E ngla n d, a nd his own baptism is recorded a t Etton , Yorksh ire , 20 Dece mber 1584 . He graduated fro m Cambri dge Unive rsit y with a B .A. in 1605, and M.A. i n 1609. H e became cu rat e of the chur ch at Egerton, Coun ty Kent fr om ca. 161 1 to 1 623. In 1623 h e was called t o succeed Re v. Henry Ja cob (w h o had left fo r Virginia ) at the Firs t Independen t Churc h in Southwark, S urr ey . Independen t worship bein g illegal , Lothrop's servic e s were conduct e d in secret . In 1632 h e was imprisoned , bu t released o n bail in 1634 . Nathanie l Morton (New E ngland s Memoriall , p. 140-41) re lates som e o f his back


General Notes (Wife)

Elizabeth was the co-heiress to her father's estate.


General Notes for Child Sir Thomas Culpepper

The Will of Sir Thomas Colepeper, 1428 From The Sus s e x C o lepepers

Moy Thomas Colpeper Chr le dymenge procheyn deuant l a f e s t e de lez apostelez Simon et Jude l'an nre syr l e Ro y he n r y apres le conqueste vj et de son regne vij o rdeyn e mo n t es tament.... En primez mon alme a dieu et m on cor ps de sir e se pelye en l'abbeye de Begghame p caus e que l' esgisl e es t d e l'annunciation nre dame en le li eu ou mo n sepult ure d 'Ale bastre est fait. Et ieo lis e a Nichola s mon fit z tout z me s chiualx. Et a Elizabet h sa femme me z paternos terez d e or . A Jouce Topemoye s i ele soit en v ie v marc . A John B ayhal le bastard x mar cz. a Thomas Pay ne mon cu c xls. a mo n Butil ler 13s 4d . mon

Bakere 13s 4d. Christianne Braylez 13s 4d. John Bosv y l e 1 3 s 4d. John Coppyng 13s 4d. mon parkcr 13s 4d, Jo h n De val e 1 3s 4d. a chescun garson 3s 4d, a chescun pa g e and h yn e 20s . a Malyme ma petite chaumberer a son ma ri age 20s . l' eglis e de Pepymbery 40s. al haute auter l a 13 s 4d. S r Joh n Tro t 20s. al Abbot de Begghame 20s . a ches cun Cano n de m esme l e lieu 3s 4d. To the Curate s of th e seven nea rest pa rishe s 6s 8d for masses and t o publis h my humble w ill. T o five o f the poorest of th e same pat ishes 5d. To t he Abbo t ard Con vent of Begham e 10s yearl y to keep my ann iversar y and the a nniversar y of Joyous e my wife. To Walte r my so n 200 marcs " condi cionel sil f ace lealement et nat urelemen t son devoi r e n lez ventez p ticions et liberation s de mo n chate l p tesmoi nage de le s autres compaignons e t assosse z . A Nicholas mo n fitz 20 0 marcs pour son bon sv ices. A T h omas mon fitz 20 0 marc s sur tiel condicion d'es tre pai e si l supporte bien e t n aturelement a mon volunt e de mo n testa ment et a mez exe c utours et enfeffeez. A Jo hn Co lpeper mo n fitz 140 (on s am e conditions as Thomas) . T o the Abbot an d Convent of B egham e 135. 6. 8. To the C h urch of Nonaigne z de Mallin g 40s. T o the Church of th e P riory of Tunbridg e 20s. Th e brothers o f Aylesford 20 s. A l freres austynes d e Rye p our tenir mon o bit et ann iversa rie 40s. A lumer le s Tape rez de la Shryne d e Cant erbury 2 0s. Et ieo prie et c harg e John Colpeper et to ut z mes autr es fitz quils ne dist ur bent mes executors ne m e s enfeffe z de fermez. Goods i n M anor of Bayhalle. If a ny pe rson fo rfeit the conditio n hal f his legacy shall g o "a me s fit z de moy et ioious e ma fem me" and of the ot her half, p arc el to the Abbot a nd Conven t of Beghme t o find a chapla i n to sing for th e souls of m e and Joyou se my wife at th e al tar where th e bodies lie, a nd remai nder to works of c hnrity . Executo rs, Sire John Lan gdo n leuesq de Roucester , John Ch ethm l e Abbot de Beghm , W alter et Nicholas mez f fitz, Willi a m Burgoyne, Roge r Honyt on, William Bernes, e t Thomas Fest y nden.

Ceste la condition et volunte de Monsr. Thoms Colpep e r c h i ualer fait en la feste de seint Margarete l'an n r e Sy r l e R oy Henry vj puis le conqueste tierce quil vo il e e t char g e q sez enfeffez William Bernes, Rics Ruyto n , Sir e Rober t C lerk, Robert Sprynget queux furont et s ou nt enf effe aue c au tres q sount mortz come p chrtr d e fe e simpl e de tout z se z terres et tenementz en les co unte z de Ken t et Susse x port ant la Chrtr date done a l a fest e de la n atiuite nr e dame l 'an nre Syr le Roy hen ry quar te apres l e conquest e viij ( 8 Sept. 1407). Et ap res es t un chartr e a Thomas lo ngle Ieue sq de Durhm, Wil liam Ch eyne justice , Walter et Ni cholas Cul peper mes ff itz, Wm . Bernes, Ric . Ruyton, et Rob ert Sprynge t portan t le dc t chre date Don e en la feste de l annunciatio n nr e dame l 'an nre Syr le R oy henry quinte x me (25 Marc h 1 422) De l a sit ct mesons d el manoir Bayhall e auec to utz le s terre s et tenementz qu e furont Auncien te mps do ne p fin e a io hn Colpeper mon pe re et a sez heires m asl ez en Pepymb ury , Tonbrigge et Tude le. The above feoffe e s are to recei v e the rents for two y ears to pay debts.

Touching the manor of Badeselle it is to remain to W a l t e r my son and his heirs male, with remainder to th e he i r s ma le of myself and Joyce my wife.

Touching the manor of Bernet in Leghe, Penserst, Bitt e b e r g and Tonbregge, writh the mill of Greenerssh and l an d s c al led Scottegrove in Asshe, Gatewicke mede in Ott efo rd , an d r ents and farms in Sele and Sevenoaks, to Th oma s m y so n an d his heirs, remainder to Nicholas his br othe r, r emain der t o the heirs of me and Joyce lately m y wife , rem ainde r to m y right heirs.

Touching the lands and tenements of Coluerdon, two win d m i l ls, Coluerdon mede, the lands and tenements of Boks te d e a n d Marsfelde, lands in Fernth and Wadehurst, th e mi l l of B ec keleghe, and 3 marcs of fee farm the Syr d e Pon yn gs pay s fo r hasylholte, to Nicholas my son and h is hei r s male, r emain der to the heirs of me aud Joyce l atel y m y wife, "e t voil e q'le dit Nicholas en annuatag e tout ez l es terres e t tenem entez rentez et seruiccs ap purtena n t a manoir de Ba yhalle q i fueront purchase p Wa lter Col pe per mon oncle, Jo hn Colpep er mon piere ou p m oy q soun t d epuis purchase q ' le fine d e Bayllalle fui t fait.

Touching the manor of Wyggesell and lands in Hernd e n i n S a ndherst and Newynden because Wyggesell was sett le d o n m e an d my wife Joyce and our heirs on our marria g e "p c hart r end ente," notwithstanding I have made anot ho r feoff ment , I wis h the original gift to stand good . "Mo y Thoma s Colp eper l e dymenge prochein le Purificat ion nr e dame l 'an d e nre syr . le Roy Henry vj-vije." Ni chola s my son t o mak e pilgrimage s with various specifie d offe rings to No rwic h and the shrin e of St Thomas of C anterbu ry. To the C hurc h of Pountose i n Normandy wher e the bod y of Richard m y so n lies a chalic e etc. To Mar yon Chambe rer mon hoplan d de s carlet and fur . To Aliso n another ho pland. To Nicho las m y son a suitabl e bed an d apparel suc h as my son Walt or ha d at his marriage . Ot her bequests-- Thomas Festynde n to hav e 110 to pay Chri s tian Brayley 20 s a year for lif e--Thoma s Pech farmer o f Wyg gsell to b e pardoned a debt o f 100s fo r last year.

Proved 8 March 1428 (viz 1428/9) at Slyndon, and admin i s t r ation granted to Walter Colepeper Roger Honyton an d T ho m a s Festynden executors, and afterwards administra tio n w a s gr anted at Lambeth to William Burgoyne and Nic hola s Co le peper .o me. There is no ambiguityabout Edwar d an d his t w o wive s however, nor about the (lengthy) li st o f their c hi ldren a nd their descendants, though of c ours e there's a lwa ys the p ossibility of an error. Inter estin gly, Edward' s ho me, whic h he left to his two daugh ters S ilence and Ab agai l in his 1 689 will, still stand s in Bra nford Conn. an d i s a state lan dmark. Jim


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           Died: 23 Dec 1879 7
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         Father: Erasmus Culpepper III (1817-1880) 1 7
         Mother: Rebecca Jane Southall (1823-1905) 1 7


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John S Culpepper



Husband John S Culpepper 1

           Born: 1829 3
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         Father: Andrew Drury Culpepper (1788-1857) 1
         Mother: Lettie Harris


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John W Culpepper



Husband John W Culpepper 1 2

           Born: Abt 1847 2
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         Father: James Monroe Culpepper (1823-      ) 1 2
         Mother: Nancy Collins


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John William Culpepper



Husband John William Culpepper 1 6

           Born: 1 Oct 1772 - , Camden, SC 6
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Aug 1855 - , Randolph, AL 6
         Buried: 


         Father: John Culpepper (Abt 1745-After 1772) 1 6
         Mother: Sarah Oglethorpe (1750-      ) 1 6


       Marriage: 

   Other Spouse: Nancy Gillespie (1778-1848) 1 6 - 18 May 1794 - , Richland, SC 6

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Birth 6




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Children
1 M Joel Culpepper 1 6

           Born: 12 Mar 1795 - , Orangburg, SC 6
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           Died: 6 Dec 1839 - , Crawford, GA 6
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nancy Corley (1798-1860) 1 6





John William Culpepper and Nancy Gillespie



Husband John William Culpepper 1 6

           Born: 1 Oct 1772 - , Camden, SC 6
     Christened: 
           Died: 13 Aug 1855 - , Randolph, AL 6
         Buried: 


         Father: John Culpepper (Abt 1745-After 1772) 1 6
         Mother: Sarah Oglethorpe (1750-      ) 1 6


       Marriage: 18 May 1794 - , Richland, SC 6

Noted events in his life were:
Alt. Birth 6




Wife Nancy Gillespie 1 6

           Born: 1778 6
     Christened: 
           Died: 1848 6
         Buried: 



Joseph Culpepper



Husband Joseph Culpepper 1 2

           Born: Abt 1752 - , Edgecombe, NC 2
     Christened: 
           Died: 1785 - , Montgomery, NC 2
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         Father: William Culpepper (Abt 1725-1808) 1 2
         Mother: Sarah


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Joseph Culpepper and Rebecca Duck



Husband Joseph Culpepper (details suppressed for this person)

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         Father: Daniel Culpepper (Abt 1755-1819) 1 2
         Mother: Sara Mariner (      -After 1819) 1 2


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Wife Rebecca Duck (details suppressed for this person)

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Joseph Culpepper and Martha Mallory



Husband Joseph Culpepper 1 4

           Born: 1696 - , Norfolk, VA 3 4
     Christened: 
           Died: 1745 - , Edgecomb, NC 3 4
         Buried: 


         Father: Robert Culpepper (1664-1743) 1 4
         Mother: Sarah (      -Abt 1747) 1


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Wife Martha Mallory (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Benjamin Culpepper 1

           Born: Abt 1721 - , Bertie, NC
     Christened: 
           Died: Abt 1746 - , Edgecombe, NC
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2 M Robert Culpepper 1

           Born: Abt 1723 - , Bertie, NC
     Christened: 
           Died: Bef Nov 1764 - , Anson, NC
         Buried: 



3 M William Culpepper 1 2

           Born: Abt 1725 - , Bertie, NC 2
     Christened: 
           Died: 1808 - , Warren, GA 2
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Sarah (living)



4 M Sampson Culpepper 1

           Born: 1737 - , Bertie, NC 3
     Christened: 
           Died: 1820 3
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Eleanor Gilbert (living)



5 M Joseph Culpepper 1

           Born: 1732 - , Bertie, NC 3
     Christened: 
           Died: 1822 - , Morgan, GA 3
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Nancy (living)



6 M John Culpepper 1

           Born: 1734 - , Bertie, NC 3
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7 M Argent Culpepper 1

           Born: 1736 - , Bertie, NC 3
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Joseph Culpepper and Sarah Caroline Ward



Husband Joseph Culpepper 1

           Born: 11 Apr 1811 3
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           Died: 24 Mar 1878 - Abbeville, Henry, AL 3
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         Father: Andrew Drury Culpepper (1788-1857) 1
         Mother: Lettie Harris


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Wife Sarah Caroline Ward (details suppressed for this person)

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Children
1 M Benjamin F Culpepper 1

           Born: 22 May 1835 3
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2 M Micajah Culpepper 1

           Born: 22 Oct 1837 3
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3 M Andrew Culpepper 1

           Born: 20 Jun 1839 3
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4 F Mary Amanda Culpepper 1

           Born: 18 May 1841 3
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5 F Nancy C Culpepper 1

           Born: 1843 3
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6 M Thomas Jefferson Culpepper 1

           Born: 12 Jan 1845 - Lawrenceville, Henry, AL 3
     Christened: 
           Died: 12 Nov 1895 - , Upshur, TX 3
         Buried: 
         Spouse: Martha F Armstrong (living)



7 F Lucinda E Culpepper 1

           Born: 22 May 1847 3
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8 F Sarah Caroline Culpepper 1

           Born: 22 May 1849 3
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9 M David A Culpepper 1

           Born: 6 Dec 1854 3
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10 F Frances E Culpepper 1

           Born: 31 Oct 1858 3
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11 M Elbert Bartow Culpepper 1

           Born: 17 Jan 1861 3
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Sources


1 L. David Roper, Rousper.ged by L. David Roper.

2 Genealogy.com, LLC, World Family Tree Vol. 55, Ed. 1 (Release date: April 2000 Customer pedigree.

Source Media Type: Family Archive CD).

3 Broderbund Software, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 17, Ed. 1 (Release date: December 11, 1997 Customer pedigree.)

4 The Learning Company, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 35, Ed. 1 (Release date: May 1999 Customer pedigree.

Source Media Type: Family Archive CD).

5 J. Feagin, Gedcom from J. Feagin.

6 Genealogy.com, LLC, World Family Tree Vol. 78, Ed. 1 (Release date: June 2001 Customer pedigree.

Source Media Type: Family Archive CD).

7 The Learning Company, Inc., World Family Tree Vol. 39, Ed. 1 (Release date: August 1999 Customer pedigree.

Source Media Type: Family Archive CD).

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