Sir Thomas Colpeper, Knt.

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ChartsAncestors of Edward Ambrose Cooke
His ancestry unknown, as Thomas de Colepeper, he was called "Recognitor Magnae Assisae tempore Regis Johannis" who reigned 1199-1215. Essentially, he was a juror on what we would call a Grand Jury, investigating cases and bound to recognize and speak the truth regarding the matter.1


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  1. [S1912] F. W. T. Atree and J. H. L. Booker, "The Sussex Colepepers," Sussex Archaelological Collections 47 (1904): 47-81 and 48 (1905): 65-98, at chart facing 56, further cited as Attree and Booker, "The Sussex Colepepers."