John Culpepper, Esquire
by Lori Crane
John Culpepper was a prominent figure in colonial Virginia, a merchant in Jamestown for two decades and a resident since the disastrous civil war that shook England to its core. The Culpepper family had known great defeat, but none as heartbreaking as the tragic event that abruptly left John in the position of family patriarch. How would John hold his family together on two continents?