Person:Elizabeth Colepeper (1)

Elizabeth Colepeper
b.Abt 1637
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Colepeper
Married Name[2] Elizabeth Hamilton
Gender Female
Birth[1] Abt 1637
Marriage 1661 to Col. James Hamilton
Death[1] 1709 aged 72
Will[2] 7 Sep 1709 St. Anne within the Liberty of Westminster par., Middlesex, England
Will[2] 16 Sep 1709 codicil
Probate[2] 4 Mar 1709/10 London, England
Burial[1] Hollingbourne, Kent, England
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Paul, James Balfour. The Scots peerage: founded on Wood's edition of Sir Robert Douglas's peerage of Scotland, containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, with armorial illustrations. (Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1904-1914), 1: 57.

    Cites, “Hasted's Kent, vol. ii. 435.”

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 “Will of Elizabeth Hamilton, Widow of Saint Anne, Middlesex”, in England and Wales. Prerogative Court of Canterbury and related probate jurisdictions: Will registers. (The National Archives, Kew, England).

    Will dated 7 Sept. 1709, and codicil dated 16 Sept. 1709. Elizabeth Hamilton of par. of St. Anne within the Liberty of Westminster, co. Middlesex, widow, desiring to be “buried in the Chancel of the Parish Church of Hollingbourne in the County of Kent”, mentions an indenture settlement dated 25 Nov. 1707 made between her (1st part), Thomas Freke Esq. and John Freke Esq. (2nd part), her brother the Rt. Hon. John Lord Culpeper and her sister the Hon. Phillippa Culpeper (3rd part), her son William Hamilton (4th part), and her grandchildren the Hon. John Hamilton Esq. (2nd son of the Rt. Hon. James Hamilton Earl of Abercorne in North Britain), the Hon. George Hamilton Esq. (3rd s. Earl of Abercorne), and Elizabeth Hamilton (dau. of William Hamilton).