Jasper Culpeper

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Jasper Culpeper (by 1508-1556/1564), of Penshurst, Kent and Arlington, Sussex, was an English politician.


His career was helped by his cousin, the courtier, Thomas Culpeper. It was not hindered when Thomas was executed for adultery with Henry VIII's fifth wife, Catherine Howard.


He was a Member (MP) of the Parliament of England for East Grinstead 1547 and November 1554.[1]