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Culpeper, Colepeper, or Culpepper are varying forms of the last name of several people:
- John Culpeper (1366–1414), knight in the court of Henry V
- Thomas Culpeper (1514–1541), courtier of Henry VIII
- Martyn Culpepper, English academic administrator at the University of Oxford
- Nicholas Culpeper (1616–1654), English botanist, herbalist, physician, and astrologer
- The Barons Colepeper including:
- John Culpepper (1761–1841), U.S. Representative from North Carolina
- William T. Culpepper, III (born 1947), North Carolina General Assemblyman
- Brad Culpepper (b. May 8, 1969), American football player
- Alan Culpepper (b. 15 December 1972), American distance runner married to Shayne Culpepper
- Allen Ross Culpepper (1944–1969), American army captain cited for "extraordinary heroism" in the Vietnam War
- Shayne Culpepper (b. 3 December 1973), American middle distance athlete
- Daunte Culpepper (b. 28 January 1977), American football player
- Marvin T. Culpepper (1908-1970), member of the Louisiana House of Representatives
- Thomas Colpeper, fictional character in the 1943 film A Canterbury Tale
- T. G. Culpepper, fictional character in the 1963 film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
The meaning and origin of the name Culpeper are obscure.
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- Culpeper, Virginia (town)
- Culpeper County, Virginia
- Culpepper Island, a small uninhabited isle off the coast of Barbados, West Indies
- Culpepper Island, other name of the Darwin Island in the Galapagos, Ecuador.
- USS PC-1240 Culpeper, patrol ship of the United States Navy
- The Culpepper Cattle Co., a 1972 western
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