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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

The Culpeppers of England, (1200 a.d.) and Other Colonial Surnames

The Culpeppers (dating back to 1200 a.d.), connected to other colonial American surnames:  Lindsley, Condict (Condit,Cunditt), Wigsell,Wilford, Dingley, Steede, Roberts, Mayo... to name a few.


Sources: Hoadly, Charles ., M. A., Ed. Records of the Colony and Plantation of New Haven from 1638 to 1649, Case, Tiffany and Company, Hartford, 1857. ; Simonds, J. Rupert. A History of the First Church and Society of Branford, Connecticut 1644-1919. The Tuttle, Morehouse & Taylor Co. New Haven. 1919; Wickes, Stephen, History of the Oranges, in Essex County, N.J.: 1666-1806, Ward & Tichenor, Newark, 1892; Atwater, Edward E. History of The Colony of New Haven To Its Absorption into Connecticut. The Journal Publishing Company. Meridan. 1902.)9

Francis Lindsley

Here is info at:  https://www.geni.com/people/Sir-John-Colpeper-of-Atwood/6000000002649548745

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