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Virginia Culpepper Archives
Norfolk Southside, 1800 - 1824

The Culpeppers first settled in America in the extreme southeastern portion of Virginia, and many remain there to this day. Now known as "the Southside" and officially called South Hampton Roads, this area includes the counties and independent cities of Norfolk, Chesapeake, Isle of Wight, Nansemond, Portsmouth, Princess Anne, Suffolk, Surry and Virginia Beach.

During the period included on this page, the political jurisdictions in the Southside area were (alphabetically)

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Isle of Wight County (1637-present)

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Nansemond County (1645-1974)

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Norfolk County (1691-1963)

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Princess Anne County (1691-1963)

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Surry County (1652-present)

Notes:

  1. Unless otherwise noted, the transcriptions of the records for 1800-1824 are by Lew Griffin. The Personal Property Tax Lists for 1791-1812 (1808 is missing) are from LDS Film 1870175, and for 1813-1824, from LDS Film 1870176.

  2. If you can identify any of the names in red, please let us know.

  3. Culpepper was occasionally spelled "Culpeper" in the original deeds. The spelling did not appear to be significant, hence we have consistently used the modern spelling in this document.

1800 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Benjamin Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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William Culpepper, one male, three horses

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male

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Sion Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper son of William, one male, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., two males, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

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John Culpepper (Swamp), one male, two horses

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John Culpepper son (Swamp), one male, two horses

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Robert Culpepper, one male

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper, one male

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper (Swamp), one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

A temporary family tree for use in assigning names.
If records for the names below are found on this page, the names are blue

Robert Culpepper, s1664-c1742 (H#834)
     Robert Culpepper Jr, s1694-b1774 (R#678)
          William Culpepper, c1726-1808 (R2#4867) in NC prior to 1750
         
James Culpepper, s1728-b1800 (R2#1413)
         
Robert Culpepper, c1730-b1764 (R2#5308) died in NC in 1764
         
Daniel Culpepper, s1732-a1774 (R2#684)
          and wife Mary Culpepper, s1736-a1778 (w/oR2/D#685)
               Robert Culpepper, c1755-c1790 (R2/D#692)
               Daniel Culpepper Jr., c1756-B1811 (R2/D#30)
               William Culpepper, s1758-a1775 (R2/D#694)
               Thomas Culpepper, c1770-1841 (R2/D#641)
         
Sampson Culpepper, c1736-a1793 (R2#725)
              
Sampson Culpepper Jr, c1770-b1840 (R2#728)
         
Reuben Culpepper, c1741-c1779 (R2#691)
                Argea Culpepper, s1775-?? (R2Re#36357)
         
John Culpepper, c1743-b1791 (R2#727)
                Sion Culpepper,s1769-a1812 (R2Joh#43024)
                Hannah Culpepper,s1770-?? (R2Joh#43031)
                Elizabeth Culpepper,s1776-b1812 (R2Joh#62666)
         
Joseph Culpepper, c1751-c1796 (R2#803)
                Rachel Culpepper, s1770-?? (R2Jos#62690)
                Sophia Culpepper, c1776-c1809 (R2Jos#90)
         
Benjamin Culpepper, c1752-c1782 (R2#654)
          and wife Annis Culpepper, c1745-a1795 (woR2B#655)
              
David Culpepper, c1775-1825 (R2B#90)
               and wife Sophia Culpepper, c1776-c1809 (woR2BD#89)
     Joseph Culpepper, s1694-b1774 (R#678)
          Sampson Culpepper, c1737-c1806 (R#3948) GA
Henry Culpepper Jr, s1669-1699 (H#831)
   
 Thomas Culpepper, c1698-1786 (H2#683)
         
William Culpepper, c1732-1790 (H2T#686)
              
Thomas Culpepper, c1750-b1814 (H2TWm#698)
                   
Robert Culpepper, c1775-b1814 (H2TWmT#185)
               John Culpepper Sr, c1752-b1818 (H2TWm#697)
                   
John Culpepper Jr,
s1774-b1837 (H2TWmJn#763)
                   
Mary Culpepper, c1782-a1822 (H2TWmJn#751)
              
William Culpepper Jr, c1754-?? (H2TWm#62562)
               Ann Culpepper, s1769-?? (H2TWm#36355)
               Robert Culpepper, s1775-a1830 (H2TWm#48240)
          John Culpeper, c1735-1810 (H2T#688)
               John Culpepper Jr, c1778-?? (H2TJn#710)
               Lydia
Culpepper, s1760-??? (H2TJn#715)
          Willoughby Culpepper, c1737-1818 (H2T#649)
               Thomas
Willoughby Culpepper, c1782-a1818 (H2TWb#651)
        
 Elizabeth Culpepper Holderness, s1739-?? (H2T#689)
       
  Thomas Culpepper Jr., c1741-1792 (H2T#735)
       
  Henry Culpepper, c1743-1813 (H2T#699)
          and wife Sarah Culpepper, s1743-a1830, (woH2TH#700)
          Robert Culpepper, c1745-b1823 (H2T#695)
          and wife
Martha Culpepper, s1747-a1810 (woH2TR#696)
               Robert Culpepper Jr, c1772-?? (H2TR#62669)
               William Culpepper, c1776-a1830 (H2TR#707)
     Henry Culpepper III, s1699-1733/1750 posthumous (H2#830)
         
Robert Culpepper, c1727-1753 (H3#39710) died in NC in 1753
         
Henry Culpepper IV, c1729-a1793 (H3#445)
               Willis Culpepper, s1750-b1820 (H4#398)
               Rev. Peter Culpepper, 1752-1825 (H4#399) Currituck/Camden NC
               Thomas Edward Culpepper, s1762-1818 (H4#31)
          Jeremiah Culpepper, c1731-a1761 (H3#849)
               Peter Culpepper, s1760-a1810 (H3Je#48234)

1800 Norfolk County Deeds

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18 Jan 1800 -- Deed Bk 38, p 68. John Culpepper, Jr. and wife Martha to Mathias Manning for $120, 40 acres on the head of Julian Creek adj. John Cherry, Susannah Owens, and Elizabeth Dale.

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20 Jan 1800 -- Deed Bk 38, p 69. Thomas Culpepper, Jr. to Martha Manning, for $200, 80 acres in Portsmouth Parish bought from Elizabeth Dale and John Culpepper adj. John Mesley and John Cherry.

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20 Jan 1800 – Deed Bk 38, p 70, recorded 20 Jan 1800, Mathias Manning, Norfolk Co. to Thomas Culpepper, Norfolk Co. for $200, a tract of land in Portsmouth Parish beginning at a corner with Mathias Manning party hereto and running and binding on Richard Ballentine land north 16 west one chain and 15 links north 1 ½ chains to an oak north 4 ½ west 1 ½ chain north 3 ½ west 2 chains 50 links north 12 west one chain to a holly a cove then down same to a stake on the opposite of the cove at the side of Julian's Creek then down said creek the various courses to a stake then south 62 west 10 chains to an oak south 37 ½ west one chain 12 links south 41 west one chain 70 links south 5999 west one chain 20 links south 51 west one chain 90 links south 56 west 50 links south 65 west five chains 47 links south 41 west six chains 20 links to beginning, containing 38 acres, signed Mathias Manning, wit. Martha Manning, Jno. Culpepper, Thomas Culpepper.  Transcribed by Clyde T. Colbert  (H2T#735, #10253, H2T#688,  (H2TWb#651)

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5 Nov 1800 -- Deed Bk 39, p 35. Michael Manning to Thomas Culpepper Jr, both of Portsmouth Parish, for $464, 45 acres "whereon I now live" bounding Malachi Manning, Thomas Culpepper, and Julian Creek. Wit: Robert B. Culpepper, John Culpepper, and Thomas Read

1801 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males

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John Culpepper (Swamp), one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16

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Thomas Culpepper (Swamp), one male, two horses

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William Culpepper, one male, two horses

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Sampson Culpepper, one male, one horse

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper W. B. [Western Branch], one male

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Joseph Culpepper, one male

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Benjamin Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Sion Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper W. B. [Western Branch], one male

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Willis Culpepper, one male

1801 Norfolk County Deeds

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15 Jan 1801 -- Deed Bk 39, p 36. Martha Smith to Thomas Culpepper, for $50, 25 acres on the South side of Deep Creek, bounding Mathias Hodges, Randolph Hodges, James Cherry, William Coefield, Mrs. Hudson, Edward Taylor, and Arthur Mohun. Wit: Thomas Culpepper, Randolph Hodges, Robert B. Culpepper

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14 Dec 1801 -- Deed Bk 39, p 167. Paul Dale Luke and wife Sarah, William Pritchard and William Porter, all of Portsmouth, to Robert Culpepper, for $550, 63 acres adj. John Moore, John Hardy, Nash and Herbert, and the late William Bunting....

1802 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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William Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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Daniel Culpepper, one male

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Sampson Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Sion Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper, one male

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Benjamin Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper (Swamp), one male

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John Culpepper Son John (Swamp), one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Son ditto [under (Swamp)], one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

1802 Norfolk County Deeds

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21 Jan 1802 -- Deed Bk 39, p 206. Thomas Culpepper to John Culpepper both of Portsmouth Parish, for $312, 29 acres adj. Thomas Culpepper and Malachi Manning, part of some land formerly belonging to Michael Manning.

1803 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

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John Culpepper Sr. (Swamp), one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr. ditto [under (Swamp)], one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Son ditto [second ditto under (Swamp)], one male

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Stephen Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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William Culpepper, one male, two horses

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Sion Culpepper, one male

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Benjamin Culpepper, one male

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

St. Bride's Parish

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

1804 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Stephen Culpepper, one male

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Mary Culpepper, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Sion Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper (Swp.), one male

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Thomas Culpepper Jr. ditto [under (Swp.)], one male, one horse

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John Culpepper ditto [second ditto under (Swp.)], one male, two horses

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

1804 Norfolk County Deeds

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9 Oct 1804 -- Deed Bk 42, p 47. Mary Hudson and her son John to Robert Culpepper, all of Portsmouth Parish, for £100, 100 acres on the south side of Deep Creek adj. William Carter, the heirs of Corbin Bracket, James Cherry, Thomas Culpepper, and Matthew Cherry. This land formerly belonged to Henry Culpepper. Excepted is a piece where William Carter and his wife now live. Wit: Arthur Cherry, John Bracket, and John Hudson.

1805 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Mary Culpepper, one horse

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

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Mary Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, one slave over 16

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Stephen Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper (Swamp), one male

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John Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, one horse

1806 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Mary Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, one black above 16

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Mary Culpepper, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Stephen Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper (Swamp), one male

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John Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Sr., one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Daniel Culpepper, two males, two horses

1806 Norfolk County Deeds

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29 Apr 1806 -- Deed Bk 42, p 339. Thomas Hanbury, Jr. and wife Rebecca to Thomas Culpepper of Camden County, NC, for $400, 50 acres adj. John Creekmore, Jr., Joshua Creekmore, James Williams, and the orphans of Willoughby Creekmore, part of the land of Joseph Creekmore, deceased. Wit: Willoughby McPherson, James Williams, and Nathan Chamberlin.

1807 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper (P?), one male

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David Culpepper, one male

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Stephen Culpepper, one male

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr. (Swamp), one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Sr. (Swamp), one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slave over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Jr., one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, two horses

1807 Norfolk County Deeds

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18 May 1807 -- Deed Bk 43, p 157. Thomas Culpepper and wife Lydia to Joseph Owens, for $220, 21½ acres. Wit: Thomas Emerson and others (difficult to read).

1807 Virginia Militia Service

Source: Military Records U.S. Soldiers 1784-1811, Family Tree Maker CD.

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John Culpepper, Capt. Butt's Co., Virginia Militia, 1807, Rank: Private. (#763)

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Joseph Culpepper, Capt Day's Company, Virginia Militia, 1807, Rank: Private (#652)

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Sampson Culpepper, Capt. Day's Company, Virginia Militia, 1807, Rank: Private (#728)

1808 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

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1809 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Sr., one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, two males, one horse

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John Culpepper, Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, two horses

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

1809 Norfolk County Deeds

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10 Aug 1809 -- Deed Bk 45, p 18. Jeremiah Cox and wife Celia to John Culpepper, for $75, 12 acres on the north side of Deep Creek, adj. Thomas Culpepper, and Elizabeth Holderness, part of land where James Martin lives. Wit: Robert Culpepper, Paul Cherry, and John Pollick.

1810 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper (Swamp), one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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John J. [Jr.?] Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper Jr., one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, two horses

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

1810 Norfolk County Deeds

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3 Mar 1810 -- Deed Bk 45, p 36. William Wilson, Swepson Whitehead, and Robert B. Taylor to Robert Culpepper, 75 acres....

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Apr 1810 -- Deed Bk 45, p 114. James Martin and wife Mary to John Culpepper, all of Portsmouth Parish, for $330, 33 acres on Deep Creek adj. Thomas Culpepper, John Culpepper. Wit: Robert Culpepper, Henry Deal, John Pollick.

1810 US Census - Norfolk County

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Page 120, Genealogy.com Page 230/Image 2, St. Brides Parish, Norfolk Co., VA
Daniel Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M16-25, 1 M45+, 1 F0-10, 2 F10-16, 1 F 16-26, 1 F 26-45
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Thomas Culpepper
, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M45+, 3 F10-16, 1 F26-45 [#31]

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Page 123, Lew Griffin Transcription (Image not found), St. Brides Parish, Norfolk Co., VA
Thomas Culpepper
, 3 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 2 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45 [#738]

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Page 124, Genealogy.com Page 239/Image 11, St. Brides Parish, Norfolk Co., VA
Asa Culpepper
, 2 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F26-45 [# 36]
James Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M16-26, 1 M26-45, 2 F0-10, 1 F16-26 [# 1417?]

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Page 136, Genealogy.com Page 262/Image 8, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA
Asa Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M16-26, 2 F 0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 1 F45+ [# 48231, Ancestry unk]
Robert Culpepper, 2 M0-10, 1 M16-26, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45 [#48233, Ancestry unk]
Thomas Culpepper
, 1 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 2 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45 [#738]
William Culpepper, 2 M10-16, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F45+ [#707?]

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Page 137, Genealogy.com Page 264/Image 10, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA
Peter Culpepper, 1 M10-16, 1 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 1 F45+ [# 48234, Ancestry unk]

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Page 138, Genealogy.com Page 266/Image 12, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA
Jeremiah Culpepper, 2 M10-16, 3 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 1 F45+ [# 48234, Ancestry unk]

Robert Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 2 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45 [ID:185]

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Page 140, Genealogy.com Page 270/Image 16, Portsmouth, Norfolk Co., VA
Willis Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45 [#398]

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Page 391, Genealogy.com Page 117/Image 4, Norfolk Borough, Norfolk Co., VA
Daniel Culpepper
, 1 M10-16, 1 M16-25, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F 26-45 [# 34]

1810 US Census - Princess Anne Co.

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Page 445, Genealogy.com Page 572/Image 10, Unknown Township, Princess Ann Co., VA
James [Henry] Culpepper, 1 M26-45, 3 F0-10, 1 F16-26 [#6774]

Source: Records extracted from Microfilm by Lewis W. Griffin, Jr. and subsequently checked by Warren Culpepper from online images.

1811 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, one slave under 16, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave under 16, one horse

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Willoughby Culpepper, three males, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Swamp, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Robashua? Culpepper, one male, one slave under 16, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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John C. Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper, one male

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Henry Culpepper Jr., one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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Daniel Culpepper, one male, two horses

1811 Norfolk County Deeds

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9 May 1811 -- Will of James Taylor, Norfolk Co. WB 4, page 228, date proved 19 Feb. 1816, James Taylor of Norfolk Co., "sick and weak in body". to my wife, Martha Taylor, all my estate during her natural "with liberty to cut wood and sell as her necessity should require and that my said wife shall not be interrupted by any person whatsoever; son James Taylor, plantation where I now live after my wife's death and one gun; daughter Betsey Smith, one feather bed and furniture and all the rest of my estate, cattle, hogs, horses and household furniture I leave unto my four daughters, Betsey Smith, Mary Owens. Fanny Nimmo, and Nancy Culpepper to be sold and equally divided , also one tract of land called Fishing Point and one Negro fellow (Reuben) at the death of my wife; to my son in law, William Smith, plantation that I purchased of Thomas Sheppard, where he now lives, but he is to pay my exec. $400 in four installments, exec. son, James Taylor and William Nimmo, signed James Taylor (no mark), wit. John Day, Wilson Richardson (X), John Pollich. 

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17 May 1811 -- Mary Culpepper to William Stafford for $40, 3 acres in Portsmouth Parish.

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6 Dec 1811 -- Deed Bk 45, p 234. Mordecai Cook and wife Margaret to Robert Culpepper and James Brown, for $1210, land given to Margaret by her father John Kearnes.

1812 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Willoughby Culpepper, one male, one horse

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W. Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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B. Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Willis Culpepper, one male

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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John W. Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper D. Creek [Deep Creek], one male, one slave over 16, one slave under 16

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Joseph Culpepper, one male

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper (Swamp), one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper Sr., one male

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Henry Culpepper Jr., one male

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John Culpepper (D. Creek) [Deep Creek], one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Mary Culpepper, one horse [widow of Daniel]

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John Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one slave under 16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Arthur Culpepper, one male

1812 Norfolk County Deeds

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11 Mar 1812 -- Deed Bk 45, p 252. Willis Culpepper and wife Elizabeth of the town of Portsmouth to son-in-law Edward Grant, for good will, land in Portsmouth adj. Tamer Hodges on Glasgow Street, #67 in Elizabeth Square. Wit: John Kemp, Susan Bowers, and Fanny Culpepper.

War of 1812 (1812 - 1814)

Source: Unless otherwise indicated, the entries are all from an on-line database at Ancestry.com:
War of 1812 Service Records. (database on-line) Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 1999-. Original data: National Archives and Records Administration. Index to the Compiled Military Service Records for the Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During the War of 1812 M602, 234 rolls. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration.

The Culpeppers listed below are reported to mustered into the armed forces between 1812 and 1815. Not all of them may have actually fought in the 1812 War.

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Alexander Culpepper, 95th Regiment (Lee's), Virginia Militia (#51935)

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Daniel Culpepper, 54th Regiment (Sharp's), Virginia Militia (#34)

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Henry Culpepper, 1st Regiment (Clarke's), Virginia Militia (#644)

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Henry Culpepper, 9th Regiment (Sharp's), Virginia Militia (#644?)

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John Culpepper, 4th Regiment (Beatty's), Virginia Militia (#710, 749, 763 or 51936)

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John Culpepper, 7th Regiment (Magnien's), Virginia Militia (#710, 749, 763 or 51936)

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John Culpepper, 95th Regiment (Lee's), Virginia Militia (#710, 749, 763 or 51936)

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John Culpepper, Captain Williams' Company, Virginia Militia (#710, 749, 763 or 51936)

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John Culpepper, Captain Tart's Company, Virginia Militia (#710, 749, 763 or 51936)

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Robert B. Culpepper, 3rd Regiment (Boykin's), Virginia Militia (#185, 48233 or 48240)

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Robert B. Culpepper, 6th Regiment Artillery (Read Jr.'s), Virginia Militia (#185, 48233 or 48240)

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Robert Culpepper, 7th Regiment (Magnien's), Virginia Militia (#185, 48233 or 48240)

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Robert Culpepper, 9th Regiment (Sharp's), Virginia Militia (#185, 48233 or 48240)

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Robert Culpepper, Captain Tart's Company, Virginia Militia (#185, 48233 or 48240)

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Thomas Culpepper, 7th Regiment (Magnien's), Virginia Militia (#641)

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Thomas Culpeper, Virginia Militia (Source: Index to the War of 1812 Pay Rolls & Muster Rolls, Virginia Militia.)  (#641)

1813 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Willoughby Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper [Western Branch], one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper Jr., one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one slave under 16, one horse

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David Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper (Swp) [Swamp], one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper Jr., one male

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John Culpepper (D. Creek) [Deep Creek], two males, two slaves over 16, two horses

St. Bride's Parish

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper Sr., one male, one slave under 16, one horse

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

1813 Norfolk County Deeds

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19 Jul 1813 -- Deed Bk 46, p 96. Enoch Daley and wife Mary to Asa Culpepper for $50, 16 acres adj. the heirs of William Harper, the heirs of Willoughby Creekmur, and the heirs of Joshua Creekmur. Wit: Daniel Foreman, Stephen Creekmur, and John Daley.

1814 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Blacks above 16, Blacks 12-16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules, Carriage Wheels, Ordinary Licenses, Stud Horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Willoughby Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper (W), one male, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper Jr., one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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David Culpepper [nothing listed]

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John Culpepper (Swp) [Swamp], one male

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Henry Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper (Deep Creek), one male, three slaves over 16, one horse

St. Bride's Parish

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Thomas Culpepper, two males, one slave under 16, one horse

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

1815 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

White Males above 16, Slaves between 9 and 12, Slaves above 12, Free Male Negroes between 16 and 45, Horses Mares Mules & Colts, Cattle, etc. [numerous additional items were taxed in 1815 to help pay for the War of 1812]

Portsmouth Parish

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Robert Culpepper (W. B.) [Western Branch], one male, one slave over 12, one horse

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John Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, one slave over 12, one horse

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Nancy Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one slave over 12

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Thomas Culpepper (D. C), one male, two slaves over 12, one horse, six cattle

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John Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, two slaves over 12, one horse, 16 cattle

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Willoughby Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, one horse, one ABureau, Secretary, or Book-Case of Mahogany@

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Robert Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, three slaves over 12, two horses, 15 cattle

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Henry Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, one horse, four cattle

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John Culpepper (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, one horse, two cattle

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John Culpepper Sr. (D. C.) [Deep Creek], one male, four horses, 20 cattle

St. Bride's Parish

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one slave over 12, 60 cattle

1815 Norfolk County Deeds

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4 Apr 1815 -- Deed Bk 47, p 86. William Hodges and wife Elizabeth to James O'Toole, should Hodges fail to pay off a note to John Culpepper.

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23 May 1815 -- Deed Bk 46, p 228. Thomas Culpepper, Mary Culpepper, Silas Cherry and wife Margaret, Tamer Culpepper and Nancy Culpepper are bound to Robert Culpepper in the sum of $1000, Robert is administrator of the estate of Thomas Culpepper, deceased. Wit: John Pollick, William Richardson, Robert Hendren, and Mary Deal.

1816 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, Slave above 16, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16

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Henry Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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Robert Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, three slaves over 16, two horses

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Willoughby Culpepper Deep Creek , one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Nancy Culpepper Deep Creek, one slave over 16

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John Culpepper, one male, three slaves over 16, one horse

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David Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, four horses

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Abel Culpepper, one male

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John Culpepper (minor) Deep Creek, one male

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two horses

St. Bride's Parish

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 12, Free Negroes, Horses

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, one slave over 12, one horse

1816 Norfolk County Deeds

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18 Mar 1816 -- Deed Bk 46, p 287. James Cherry and wife Ann to Robert Culpepper for $200, 37½ acres on the south side of Deep Creek along Brown's patent line, is one-half of the land bought by John Kearnes and Hillary Cherry from the heirs of Reuben Brown, then conveyed to Hillary's son James Cherry, and Ann. Wit: Mary Carter, Patience Plummer, John Pollick.

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23 Mar 1816 -- Deed Bk 48, p 375. Robert Culpepper and wife Elizabeth to James Davis for $400, 75 acres on New Mill Creek adj. William Bradford. Wit: John Pollick, John Richardson, and James Baker.

1817 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 16, slaves 12-16, Free Negroes, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Robert Culpepper, one male, three slaves over 16, two horses

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John Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr. Southern Branch, one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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Willoughby Culpepper, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper, one male two slaves over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Swamp , three males, four horses

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Abel Culpepper Elizabeth Parish, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Hardy Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper, two males, two slaves above 16, two slaves 12-16, one horse

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Asa Culpepper, one male, one horse

1817 Norfolk County Deeds

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8 Nov 1817 -- Deed Bk 47, p 226. Henry Culpepper and wife Martha to John Collins for $330, 33 acres inherited by Martha from her father, the late Zachariah Owens.

1818 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 16, slaves 12-16, Free Negroes, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, two slaves 12-16, three horses

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Sampson Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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Thomas Willoughby Culpepper Southern Branch, one male

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Willoughby Culpepper estate Southern Branch, one horse

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Henry Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, two horses

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Robert Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, two horses

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David Culpepper, Portsmouth Parish, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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Nancy Culpepper Southern Branch, one slave over 16

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, three horses

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper Over NW, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Over NW, two males, one slave over 16, one horse

1819 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 16, slaves 12-16, Free Negroes, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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David Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr. Deep Creek, one male, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one horse

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Henry Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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W. Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one male

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Joseph Culpepper Southern Branch, one male

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Sampson Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one slave 12-16, two horses

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Suckey [Susan] Culpepper Southern Branch, on slave over 16

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Robert Culpepper estate Deep Creek, two slaves over 16, one slave 12-16, two horses

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, two males, two horses

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Abel Culpepper Deep Creek, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper Over NW, one male, one horse

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Thomas Culpepper estate, one slave over 16, one horse

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Richardson Culpepper, one male

1819 Norfolk County Deeds

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12 Feb 1819 -- Deed Bk 48, p 109. Thomas Willoughby Culpepper to James Martin and Henry Culpepper for $1000, 100 acres on Deep Creek, where Willoughby Culpepper, father of Thomas W., lived at the time of his death. Wit: S. Whitehead, Hugh Pannell, and Jonathan Kay.

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9 May 1819 -- Deed Bk 49, p 24. Richardson Culpepper to Arnold King for $20, land on the West Branch of the Elizabeth River adj. Robert Cox. Wit: Robert Cox, Richard Taylor, and Elizabeth Cox.

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6 Jul 1819 -- Deed Bk 48, p 249. Samuel T. Bacci of Portsmouth to Stephen Culpepper for $500, land on both sides of Old Western Branch. Wit: Arthur Emmerson, William Barnard, and E. D. Wilson.

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6 Jul 1819 -- Deed Bk 48, p 251. Stephen Culpepper to Samuel T. Bacci of Portsmouth, mortgage on above.

1820 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 16, slaves 12-16, Free Negroes, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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W. Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one male

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Sampson Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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Joseph Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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John Culpepper Head Deep Creek, two males, three horses

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Abel Culpepper Deep Creek, one male

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, one male, two horses

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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Henry Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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David Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Jr. Southern Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one slave 12-16, one horse

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Suckey [Susan] Culpepper Southern Branch, one slave over 16

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Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, two horses

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Robert Culpepper estate Deep Creek, one slave over 16, one slave under 16

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William Culpepper Deep Creek, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper (c.), one male, one horse

1820 Norfolk County Deeds

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27 Nov 1820 -- Deed Bk 49, p 184. Daniel C. Hughes and Sophia Culpepper, widow of the late John Culpepper, deceased, and daughter of Caleb Hughes, deceased, to John Callahan (William Bruce of the third part), a mortgage of land to secure a debt to Callahan.

1820 US Census

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Page 089, Genealogy.com page 146/Image 1, Norfolk Borough, Norfolk Co., VA
Daniel Culpepper
, 1 M45+, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves (#34)

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Page 117, Genealogy.com page 120/Image 4, Unknown Township, Norfolk Co., VA
Asa Culpepper
, 1 M0-10, 2 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 0 Slaves (#36)
David Culpepper,
1 M0-10, 1 M45+, 1 F0-10, 2 F10-16, 1 F 26-45, 1 Slave (#90)

Elizabeth (Ellis) Culpepper
, 1 M0-10, 1 M16-26, 1 F45+, 1 Slave (#421)
Elizabeth Culpepper, Sr., 1 F0-10, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves (#186? Poor match)
Henry Culpepper, 1 M0-10, 1 M 16-26, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F26-45, 4 Slaves (#644)
John Culpepper,
1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 2 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 1 Slave (#710)
Robert Culpepper
, 4 M0-10, 1 M45+, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves  (#48240)
Sampson Culpepper,
1 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M45+, 2 F0-10, 2 F10-16, 2 F26-45, 0 Slaves (#728)
Sarah Culpepper,
3 F26-45, 1 F45+, 0 Slaves (#700)
Stephen Culpepper,
1 M16-26, 1 M26-45, 1 F10-16, 1 F16-26, 1 F26-45, 6 Slaves (#658)
(Thomas) Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M10-16, 1 M26-45, 1 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 3 Slaves (#641

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Joseph Culpepper, 3 M0-10, 1 M26-45, 2 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 1 F26-45, 0 Slaves,
Engaged in Manufacturing, (#652)

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Page 120, Genealogy.com page 123/Image 7, Unknown Township, Norfolk Co., VA
John Culpepper, 1 M10-16, 2 M16-26, 1 M45+, 1 F0-10, 1 F10-16, 3 F16-26, 1 F45+, 0 Slaves
(#763)

Source: Records extracted from Microfilm by Lewis W. Griffin, Jr. and subsequently checked by Warren Culpepper from online images.

1821 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Slaves 12-16, Slaves over 16, horses

Portsmouth Parish

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Thomas Culpepper Southern Branch, one slave 12-16, one slave over 16

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Henry Culpepper Deep Creek, one slave 12-16, two slaves over 16

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John Culpepper Jr. Southern Branch, two slaves 12-16, one slave over 16

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Suckey (Susan) Culpepper Southern Branch, one slave 12-16

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, two slaves 12-16, two slaves over 16

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, three slaves over 16

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one slave 12-16, one slave over 16

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Robert Culpepper estate, two slaves 12-16

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David Culpepper Western Branch, one slave 12-16, one slave over 16

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one horse

1821 Norfolk County Deeds

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4 Apr 1821 -- Deed Bk 49, p 139. Daniel C. Hughes and Sophia Hughes (late Sophia Culpepper) to John Callahan for $300, 48 acres on the south side of the Western Branch.

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7 May 1821 -- Deed Bk 49, p 160. John Poyner and wife Rebecca (late Rebecca Culpepper) to Richardson Culpepper for $475, 44 acres adj. Edward Culpepper, Can Powers, and Arnold King as allotted to Rebecca as an heir of the late Machey Richardson who died intestate.

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14 May 1821 -- Deed Bk 49, p 155. John Culpepper and wife Sarah to John Collins, for $160, 32 acres on Paradise Creek adj. Arthur Emmerson, Thomas Edwards, and Nathaniel Owens, is the land of Sarah's father, Zachariah Owens.

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23 Jun 1821 -- Deed Bk 49, p 226. Sophia Culpepper (formerly Hughes) to John Callahan for $120, 100 acres on the Western Branch now occupied by William Brittain. Sophia has a one-half interest in the land by way of her father, Caleb Hughes or her mother, Sarah Brittain, formerly Hughes.

1822 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, slaves above 16, slaves 12-16, Free Negroes, Horses Mares Colts & Mules

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Sampson Culpepper Western Branch, one male

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Robert Culpepper Western Branch, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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David Culpepper Western Branch, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Stephen Culpepper Western Branch, one male, three slaves over 16, two slaves 12-16, three horses

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Eliza Culpepper Deep Creek, one horse

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Abel Culpepper Deep Creek, one male

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, three horses

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Thomas Culpepper Deep Creek, one male

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Henry Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, one slave over 16, two horses

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Thomas Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Deep Creek, one male, one horse

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Joseph Culpepper Southern Branch, one male

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one horse

1822 Norfolk County Deeds

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16 Feb 1822 -- Deed Bk 49, p 265. Thomas Edwards to Stephen Culpepper.

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27 Jun 1822 -- Deed Bk 50, p 322. Joshua Etheridge to John Culpepper, a negro girl named Tabby, William Langhorne, trustee.

1823 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Free White Males above 16, free negroes, slaves over 16, slaves 12-16,Horses Mares Colts & Mules

Portsmouth Parish

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Stephen Culpepper, one male, three slaves over 16, two horses

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Joseph Culpepper, one male

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Robert Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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David Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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Sampson Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper, one male, three slaves over 16, one horse

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Henry Culpepper, one male, one slave over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

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John Culpepper Sr., one male, three horses

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Able Culpepper, one male

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Thomas Culpepper, one male

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William Culpepper, one male, two slaves over 16, one horse

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, one male

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Daniel Culpepper, one male

1823 Norfolk County Deeds

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1 Jan 1823 -- Deed Bk 50, p 299. Paul Cherry and wife Mary, Joseph Mesley and wife Faith, Henry Spratt and wife Susan, James Spratt and wife Celia, and Catherine Culpepper, to James Martin for $240, 30 acres in Portsmouth Parish on the South Branch of the Elizabeth River adj. Manning's Creek and Thomas Culpepper. Wit: Matthew Manning, James Davis.

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4 Feb 1823 -- Deed Bk 50, p 345. Beverly Baylor to Stephen Culpepper for $52.50, 3¾ acres on the Old Western Branch Road, three miles from Portsmouth.

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16 May 1823 -- Deed Bk 50, p 396. George T. Grant and wife Letitia to Thomas Culpepper for $110, 20 acres on Julian Creek adj. Wilson Richardson, Absolom Grant, and others, where Henry Deal lives.

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21 Jun 1823 -- Deed Bk 50, p 443. Noah Creekmore and wife Mary of St. Brides's Parish to Daniel Culpepper of the same place for $160, 20 acres adj. Thomas Ballance.

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29 Dec 1823 -- Deed Bk 51, p 71. William Culpepper to Mordecai Cook (William Langhorne of the third part), 35 acres adj. Mordecai Cook, Rebecca Culpepper, James Brown and James Brown, Jr, George Culpepper, and Jonas Martin, part of a division of the lands of Robert Culpepper, deceased, father of William.

1824 Norfolk VA Personal Property Tax List

Portsmouth Parish

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(not found on LDS Film 1,870,174 Item 2, by this researcher)

St. Bride's Parish

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Asa Culpepper, two males

1824 Norfolk County Deeds

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circa 1824 -- Deed Bk 51, p 131. Stephen Culpepper and Joshua Silverthorn have settled accounts in relation to Culpepper's guardianship of Patsey Silverthorn, wife of Joshua Silverthorn, and daughter of John Bull. Wit: S. Whitehead, and Henry Barnard.

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18 Sep 1824 -- Deed Bk 51, p 353. Asa Culpepper of St. Bride's Parish to Betsey and Enoch Culpepper, his two children, various bequests, for good will and affection, including "all my land" to Enoch.

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7 Dec 1824 -- Deed Bk 51, p 445. Robertson W. Grant and Keziah Grant of North Carolina to Thomas Culpepper for $160, 60 acres where Absolom Grant, deceased, lived on Julian's Creek, adj. John Ballantine, John Richardson, John Culpepper, and William Richardson.

1800-1824 Norfolk County, VA Marriages (All White)

Source: Transcriptions from microfilm and various source documents Lew Griffin, Dick Culpepper, and Susan Wilson.

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John Culpepper and Ann Willoughby Culpepper married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 28 Jul 1800, surety Nathaniel Garnes

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Mary Culpepper and John Mason Blewford married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 30 Jul 1800, William Martin, surety. Mary’s sister Ann Culpepper married Nathaniel Garnes on the same day.

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Ann D. Culpepper and Nathaniel Garnes married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 30 Jul 1800, William Martin, surety, makes oath that Ann is of lawful age. Ann’s sister Mary married John Mason Blewford on the same day. Arthur Emmerson, minister.

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Thomas Culpepper and Elizabeth Brown, 15 Sep 1800 married in Norfolk Co., VA, on Arthur Emmerson, minister

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Molly (Mary) Culpepper and Paul Cherry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 24 Dec 1802, surety John Culpepper  (H2TWmJn#751)

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Joseph Culpepper and Ann Spady married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 5 Sep 1807, Davis Biggs, minister

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Sampson Culpepper and Mary Peacock married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 3 Jan 1810, William Hutchins, surety, makes oath that Mary is of lawful age. Davis Biggs. , minister

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Patsey (Martha) Culpepper and James Cherry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 15 May 1810, Henry Culpepper, surety, makes oath that Patsey is of lawful age.

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David Culpepper and Mrs Polly Pebworth married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 23 Jun 1810, surety Robert Culpepper

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Margaret (Peggy) Culpepper  and Joseph Hodges married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 25 Aug 1810, surety Malachi Butt. Abigail Butt makes oath that Peggy is of lawful age.

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Robert Culpepper and Margaret Stokes married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 28 Nov 1810, David Culpepper, surety, makes oath that Margaret is of lawful age.

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Margaret Culpepper and Silas Cherry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 21 Dec 1811, surety Josiah Cherry, Isaiah Cherry consents for his son Silas.

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Fanny Culpepper and John Talbot married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 28 Mar 1812, surety Willis Culpepper

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Henry Culpepper and Martha Owens married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 7 Dec 1812, surety John Drury

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Sally Culpepper and John Kearns married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 10 Apr 1813, William Cofield, surety, makes oath that both are of lawful age.

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Letitia Culpepper and James Manning married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 22 Feb 1814, surety Robert Manning

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Margaret (Peggy) Culpepper  and James Cherry, 18 Oct 1814 married in Norfolk Co., VA, on Henry Culpepper, surety

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Joseph Culpepper and Peggy Willoughby married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 13 May 1815, surety S. Whitehead, Thomas T. Janes, minister

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John Culpepper and Sophia Hughes married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 5 Jul 1815, Robert Tart, surety

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Stephen Culpepper and Mrs. Penelope Mitchell married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 21 Nov 1816, surety John Bustin

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Rebecca Culpepper and John Poyner married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 5 Mar 1819

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Faithy Culpepper and Joseph Mesley married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 1 May 1819

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Diana ‘Dinah’ Culpepper and Nicholas Wilkins married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 22 May 1819

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Courtney Culpepper and William Turlington married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 28 Sep 1819

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Celia Culpepper and James Spratt married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 6 Nov 1819

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George Culpepper and Sarah Brown married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 19 Dec 1820

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John Culpepper and Mrs. Sarah Rudd married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 15 Feb 1821

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Tamer Culpepper and John Berry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 16 May 1821, Tamer was a widow.

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Sophia Culpepper and Daniel Brown married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 4 Jul 1821

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Susan Culpepper and Henry Spratt married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 22 Sep 1821

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William Culpepper and Judy Cherry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 8 Jan 1823

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Thomas Culpepper and Mary Cherry married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 23 May 1823

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Rachael Culpepper and James C. Bond married in Norfolk Co., VA, on 1 Jul 1823

Last Revised: 20 Oct 2012

 
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