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52 Ancestors - 31 Culpepper Line

This challenge has been set forth by No Story Too Small and this week’s theme is “Easy.”

Well, “easy” is easy!

I became interested in genealogy as a teenager when I found my mother’s family had been traced all the way back to John Culpepper, born 1140 in Kent, England. 478 more words

Ancestry And Genealogy

52 Ancestors #29 The Musical Earl Culpepper

This challenge is set forth by No Story Too Small and this week’s theme is “musical.”

Being a professional musician all my life, I’ve always given thought to where my musical talents came from. 226 more words

Ancestry And Genealogy

52 Ancestors - #27 Joseph B Culpepper, Patriot

This challenge is set forth by No Story Too Small and this week’s theme is Independent.

I guess there is no better example of Independent than one of my grandfathers who fought for American independence in the American Revolution. 287 more words

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Margaretta van Hesse from "John Culpepper, Esquire"

In place of my usual Saturday Snippets, I’m writing about the people and places from the Culpepper Saga. The third book, “John Culpepper, Esquire, 589 more words

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52 Ancestors #26 Sir Alexander Culpepper

This challenge is set forth by No Story Too Small and this week’s theme is “Halfway.”

This was a difficult theme, and I looked through half-Indian ancestors, halfway to the furthest ancestor, taking up half my time in research ancestors, anyone with a name that included “half,” and every other angle one could think of. 349 more words

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Governor Samuel Stephens from "John Culpepper, Esquire"

In place of my usual Saturday Snippet for the next few weeks, I’ll be writing about the people and places from the third book in the Culpepper Saga, “ 325 more words

History

Saturday Snippet - John Culpepper the Merchant

My new book, John Culpepper the Merchant, takes place in the 17th century, both in the colony of Virginia and in the country of England. 597 more words

History