Frances Culpeper, the widow of Samuel Stephens, Sir William Berkeley, and finally the wife of Philip Ludwell (baptized May 27, 1634 – ca. 1690/1695), most commonly styled Lady Frances Berkeley after her second marriage, was a leader of the Green Spring faction of Virginia politics in the seventeenth century and wife to three colonial governors.

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  • Frances Culpeper, the widow of Samuel Stephens, Sir William Berkeley, and finally the wife of Philip Ludwell (baptized May 27, 1634 – ca. 1690/1695), most commonly styled Lady Frances Berkeley after her second marriage, was a leader of the Green Spring faction of Virginia politics in the seventeenth century and wife to three colonial governors. (en)
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  • Frances Culpeper, the widow of Samuel Stephens, Sir William Berkeley, and finally the wife of Philip Ludwell (baptized May 27, 1634 – ca. 1690/1695), most commonly styled Lady Frances Berkeley after her second marriage, was a leader of the Green Spring faction of Virginia politics in the seventeenth century and wife to three colonial governors. (en)
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