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Book on Ezekiel and Sarah Hazzard Hopkins,of  Kentucky, (also Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania)

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This is an index of a book written by Mrs. H. R. Ball, 6072 Horizon Dr., East Lansing, MI, 48823. Although I tried to contact Mrs. Ball to purchase the book, the mail was returned "forwarding order outdated". I have the copy of the book.

AGAN

John................................. 3.2.1

AIKMAN

Eleanor............................ 3.2

Elizabeth...........................3.2

James................................3.2

John..................................3.2

Mariah..............................3.2

Mary.................................3.2

Samuel..............................3.2

Sarah.................................3.2

Thomas.............................3.2.1

ALBRED

Mary..................................3.5.1

ANDERSON

Carrie.................................3.5.7

ARMS

Lola..................................3.2.17

ARMSTRONG

Elmer...............................3.2.20

-B-

BALL

Geoffrey Stewart.............3.2.33 Harry Allen.....................3.2.31

Harry Robertson.............3.2.31

John Allen..................3.2.32.33

John Huntington..............3.2.33

Richard David............3.2.32-34

BANTA

Henry.................................3.2.1

BAUBLITZ

Eli.....................................3.5.8

Lora Elizabeth..................3.5.9

Martin...............................3.5.8

BECKETT

Henry...............................3.2.11

BELL

Mary.................................3.2.8

BISSEY

Dortha..............................3.2.14

BLISH

Florence...........................3.4.4

BORT

Catherine.........................3.2.35

Christopher Jacob...........3.2.35

Jacob...............................3.2.35

BROCK

Charles Glenn.................3.4.6

Clarence Asa...................3.4.6

Emma Alice....................3.4.4

Elmira..............................3.4.7

Francis (Frank)................3.4.4

George lemuel.................3.4.6

Ira Merritt........................3.4.6

John Oran.........................3.4.6

BROCK (CONT)

John Wesley......................3.4.4

John Wesley (Rev)............3.4.4

Leonard..............................3.4.4

Leonidas Gardner..............3.4.4

Lloyd Clements..................3.4.6

Orlando Hopkins...............3.4.3

Wilbur Hazzard.................3.4.4

Wesley (Rev).....................3.4.3

William Walter..................3.4.6

Virgil Prentiss....................3.4.6

BYRD

Lee Roy............................3.2.37

Patricia Carol...................3.2.37

CAMPBELL

William.............................3.5.5

CRANAHAN (CARNAHAN?)

James G................................3.2

CASEY

Clint.................................3.2.38

Elvia................................3.2.26

Flossie.............................3.2.38

Mary................................3.2.38

CASTO

Hilda Belle........................3.4.4

CONNLEY

Patricia............................3.2.29

COULTER

Elixabeth............................3.5.6

COSBY

Hallie...............................3.2.16

COX

William............................3.5.5

CROMER

Grace................................3.4.6

CROSS

Unknown..........................3.2.27

-D-

DANIELS

Phebe.............................. 3.4.4

DAY

Annie Eleanor................3.6.6

DOZIER

Wilma Jean.....................3.5.1

DUNN

Nehemiah........................3.2.35

-E-

EICHLER

Elizabeth..........................3.2.35

Emma Adaline.................3.2.35

Herman............................3.2.35

ESHAM

Hester...............................3.6.2

ETTER

Ottie Florence Gosney..........3.6

-F-

FERGUSON

Rachel.................................. 3.4

FETTERS

Della..............................3.4.7(6)

FITZPATRICK

Helen..............................3.5.10

FORD

Curtis..............................3.2.29

Scott Aaron.....................3.2.29

Stephenie Leeann............3.2.29

FRAISER

Washington........................3.2

-G-

GALES

Florence Irene....................3.4.6

GORSAGE

Annetta............................3.5.10

Edna May........................3.5.10

Edward.............................3.5.9

Edwin...............................3.5.10

Francis..............................3.5.9

Francis M.........................3.5.9

Harry................................3.5.10

Harry Edward...................3.5.9

Jeremiah...........................3.5.9

Mildred............................3.5.10

Wesley.............................3.3.14

GOSNEY

Bartlett Lane.....................3.6.1

Henrietta

John Samuel................3.6(6.1)

Ottie Florence................3.6.1

GRABLE

Larry...............................3.2.16

Linda...............................3.2.16

GRIGORY

Anna S.............................3.2.16

-H-

HALVORSON

Howard L........................3.2.32

HAMM

George.............................3.5.7

HARRIS

Elmira Melissa.................3.4.5

Elmira W..........................3.4.4

Jonathan............................3.4.5

Sina Lee............................?

HOLLINGSWORTH

Martha...............................3.2.6

Samuel...............................3.2.6

HOPKINS

Ada Gertrude...................3.2.11

Hopkins (cont)

Albert...............................3.2.6

Alice.................................3.6.4

Alonzo............................3.2.17

Ann Eliza..........................3.5.5

Archimedus......................3.6.3

Barton...............................3.5.5

Barbaria Allen.......3.2.9,3.2.19

Benjamin......................3.2.9-11

Beverly............................3.2.16

Bobby..............................3.2.16

Carol Sue.........................3.2.16

Cecil...........................3.2.16-17

Daniel

Daniel Ross...............3.2.16-17

Dora.................................3.2.20

Edna J.................................3.2.6

Eleanor................................3.2.1

Eleanor Arnette..................3.6.1

Electa.................................3.2.9

3.2.19

Ellen Esther.......................3.5.5

Elmer.........................3.2.16-17

Elmer, Jr..........................3.2.16

Eliza...................................3.6.1

Elizabeth............................3.5.3

Elizabeth Dorman.............3.6.3

Emily.................................3.4.1

Emory..............................3.2.11

Esek..............................3.2, 2.1, 2.20

Etta...................................3.2.17

Ezekiel.............................3.1, 3.1.1.2.3., 3.2.6, 3.2.7

Fanny Belle......................3.1.10

Francis (Frank).................3.5.5

Garrett Vaneman.............3.5.1,

3.5.2, 3.5.3, 3.5.4, 3.5.5

Genethan.............................3.3,

3.6.1

George...............................3.2.6

George Esek...............3.2.16-17

George Washington..........3.2.9

Greenbury.........................3.4.1

Greenup.............................3.4.1

Hazzard...........3.4, 3.4.1, 3.4.2, 3.4.5, 3.5.1

Hester Ann Hayman..........3.6.3

James O...........................3.2.11

James Vaneman................3.5.1

Jody..................................3.2.16

John Esham.......................3.6.3

John Lyle.................3.2.7, 3.2.9

John M. (Malcolm?)..........3.4.1

Hopkins, (cont)

John Vaneman...................3.5.1

John Wesley.......................3.6.1

Juliet Susan..............3.5.6, 3.5.7

Larry

Laura.................................3.2.6

Laura Francis....................3.6.4

Lawrence...........................3.6.4

Lemuel.............3.5, 3.5.1, 3.1.1

Lemuel Barton...................3.5.1

Lemuel Jesse......................3.5.3

Lillian B...........................3.2.17

Linda

Louisa............................... 3.2.6

Lydia................................3.2.11

Margaret...........................3.4.1

Martha Vaneman..............3.5.1

Mariah...............................3.2.1

Mary................................3.2.11

Mary Ann................3.6.3, 3.5.5

Mary Harney......................3.6.1

Mary O..............................3.2.6

Mary Jane..........................3.5.3

Matilda...........................3.2.8-9

Melvina................. 3.2.9,3.2.38

Nancy..............................3.2.16

Nancy Ann............3.2.9, 3.2.25

Nancy Harney..........3.6.3, 3.6.1

Nellie B.

Nellie Flossie..................3.2.20

Prisilla...............................3.5.5 Racheal.............................3.6.1

Rhoda................................3.1.1

Rhoda Jane........................3.2.1

Robert.............................3.2.16

Robert s/o Marion & Pearl 3.2.24

Rodney............................ 3.2.16

Saphrona.........................3.2.11

Sarah Hazzard......3.1, 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.1.4

Samuel........................3.6.3,3.2.

Samuel Adams...................3.6.1

Samuel (M. D. ).............3.6, 3.7

Samuel Ephriam..............3.2.11

Samuel L...........................3.2.6

Samuel M. D.........3.2.1, 3.2, 3.2.9

Selby..........................3.2.9, 3.2

Selby Francis.....................3.6.3

Selby Harney.....................3.6.2

Sidney................................3.5.1

Stevenson...........................3.4.1

Theodosia..........................3.9.9

Valerie.............................3.2.16

Vicki................................3.2.16

Vickie Sue

William Cox

William Oliver..................3.5.5

William Henry Harrison...3.6.3

Winnie Jane.....................3.2.11

Zelek..................................3.2.1

Serilda.........................3.4.1, 3.4

HOULE

Colleen............................3.2.34

Kristen.............................3.2.34

Phillip..............................3.2.34

Raymell...........................3.2.34

Rosemary........................3.2.34

HORRALL

Barbara...........................3.2.16

Billie Howard..................3.2.16

Deborah...........................3.2.16

Esther...............................3.2.16

Eugene.............................3.2.16

Jerry.................................3.2.16

Patty Nell.........................3.2.16

Rodney.............................3.2.16

Steward............................3.2.16

HUNTER

Charles Marsh...................3.6.9

Charles Marsh, Jr..............3.6.9

Eleanor...............................3.6.9

 

HUNTIGTON

Clair W............................3.2.33

Diana...............................3.2.33

Doris Hodges..................3.2.33

 

HURD

Leon...................................3.4.7

Walter Joseph....................3.4.7

-I-

IRWIN

Clinton James........... .3.2.36,37

Deborah......................3.2.36,37

Earl Essex........................3.2.26

Jessie Lee.........................3.2.27

John Livingston...............3.2.25

John Sutherland..........3.2.26,27

Kenneth Eugene....3.2.35,36,37

Kenneth Kyle..............3.2.36,37

Mark Kenneth..........3.2.36,37

Myrtle Matilda..........3.2.26, 30

Sedden Fleet.......3.2.26,3.2.25

William Laird.................3.2.25

-J-

JOHN

Carmen Lee........3.2.32, 3.2.24

-K-

KELLY

Laura Therese.........3.6.4, 3.6.3

KENDLE

Mary................................3.2.20

KENNARD

Susannah...........................3.4.5

KEY

Alta mcMullin.................3.2.21

Christopher Scott............3.2.23

Helen...............................3.2.21

Isabel...............................3.2.21

Joanna Mich....................3.2.23

Paul.............................3.2.21,22

Phillip........................3.2.22, 23

Virgil...............................3.2.21

KILLION

Jack B..............................3.2.14

KOCH

Rosa...................................3.4.6

KREDIT

Norma..............................3.5.12

-L-

LANGEL

Elizabeth.........................3.4.4

 

LARKIN

Dr. William.....................3.5.1

 

LEAS

Daniel..............................3.5.2

Susan.............................3.5.1,2

LEWIS

Charles (Chick)...............3.2.17

LINDDELL

Martha.................................3.5

LITTLE

Frances William Scott.....3.6.5

Grace Vivian.....................3.6.5

Selby Francis..................3.6.5,6

Selby Francis, Jr.............3.6.7,8

Selby Francis, III...............3.6.8

Robert Stanley...................3.6.8

Terese Eleanor................3.6.7,9

LIVINGSTON

Sarah................................3.2.25

LOCKENBAUGH

Elizabeth...........................3.5.8

LOFTUS

Mary...................................3.4.7

LOGAN

Mariah...................................3.5

LUCAS

Fred..................................3.2.11

-M-

MACKINEN

Vernedward.....................3.2.11

McCLELLAND

Annetta...........................3.5.7,8

Charles Oliver...................3.5.7

Edwil L..............................3.5.7

Henry Carlton....................3.5.7

Hettie.................................3.5.7

John...................................3.5.5

Lillie..................................3.5.7

Margaret...........................3.5.5

McCLELLAND (cont)

Mary Elizabeth...........3.2.10,11

Nathaniel..........................3.5.6

Thomas G.........................3.5.7

William..........................3.5.6,7

William G.......................3.2.10

McCOY

Althea...............................3.4.6

McDONALD

Madeline..........................3.2.14

McGOVERN

Eugene.............................3.5.12

MEADS

Mary Jane.......................3.2.1,7

MILLS

Isabel....................................3.6

-N-

NIPPLE

Constance Jo.................3.2.22, 23

-O-

ODOM

George Bryan............3.2.36, 37

George Paul...............3.2.36, 37

Grant Bryan...............3.2.36, 37

Kenton Paul...............3.2.36, 37

OLIVER

Esther............................3.5.1, 4

William.............................3.1.5

OSBORN

George A.........................3.2.19

 

-P-

PALMER,

George...............................3.5.7

PEREZ

Dorothy............................3.2.24

PERKINS

Elmer Clay.......................3.2.28

Dennis Earl......................3.2.29

Melvin..............................3.2.28

Patricia Elaine.................3.2.29

Stacy Lynn.......................3.2.29

Steven Robert..................3.2.29

Susan Leeann...................3.2.29

Robert Lee.......................3.2.29

-P- (cont)

PHELPS

Carolins.............................3.5.1

-Q-

QUIETT

Ellen...................................3.2.2

Eliza...................................3.2.2

Greenup.............................3.2.2

James.................................3.2.2

Margaret (Peggy)..............3.2

-R-

RAY

Martha (Patsy)...................3.4.3

RHEM

Norma.............................3.2.29

RENNER

Andrew..........................3.5.12

Arthur..............................3.5.11

Bradley............................3.5.12

Dale.................................3.5.12 Dale E........................3.5.10, 11

Daniel..............................3.5.11

Donald Lee......................3.5.12

Edna Nay (Gorsage)...3.5.11, 3.5

Ephraim..........................3.5.11

John.................................3.5.11

Marilyn Sue....................3.5.12

Shirley.............................3.5.12

Thomas M.......................3.5.12

 

ROBB

Barbara............................3.4.4

 

ROBERTSON

Alexander..........................3.5.3

Lennie Geertrude.............3.5.31

ROSE

Bascom............................3.2.13

Roberta............................3.2.14

Sue Hunt..........................3.2.14

Sue Peterson....................3.2.13

ROSS

Elizabeth............................3.5.1

 

ROWLAND

Ann....................................3.5.4

-S-

SHAFFNER

Catherine E.......................3.4.4

SHAPLEY

Margaret Lucille..............3.2.37

SHRIER

David.................................3.5.3

SKIELS

Flora Alice.......................3.2.11

SMALL

Benjamin........................3.2.1,8

Matilda...........................3.2.1,8

SMILEY

Cora Lina.........................3.2.13

SMITH

P. Smith...........................3.2.20

Robert Smith....................3.6.1

William Smith..................3.5.5

SNIDER

William..............................3.4.1

STAMBACH

Jacob..................................3.5.5

STILES

Terry................................3.5.12

STONE

Barton Warren......................3.2

STONEMETZ

Ann Bordman....................3.6.8

SUTHERLAND

Elbert Leleand................3.2.36

Janet...........................3.2.36, 37

Nannie Johnson..............3.2.36

STRANGE

William L........................3.2.14

 

-T-

THOMAS

Clinton Samuel................3.2.14

Clyde Irvin.......................3.2.14

Dorothy Maxine..............3.2.14

Everett Smiley.................3.2.14

George Warren................3.2.14

Homer..............................3.2.14

Margaret Ruth.................3.2.14

Mary Lou.........................3.2.14

Warren John..............3.2.13, 14

Wilbur Charles................3.2.14

TRIPPE

Helen Anna................3.2.30,31

Heron Irwin....................3.2.30

John Heron, Jr.................3.2.30

John Heron, Sr................3.2.30

Sarah Ann Jones..............3.2.30

-V-

VANEMAN

Garrett................................3.5

Mary...........................3.5, 3.5.1

Nicholas.............................3.5

VEENSTRA

Norma............................3.2.32

VOSS

Elmer..............................3.5.10

-W-

WALKER

Irene.................................3.2.16

WHITE

Nora...................................3.4.6

WILLIAMS

Katie................................3.5.10

William.............................3.5.3

WOOLRIDGE

Helen.................................3.5.6

 

-Z-

ZIMMERMAN

Emily..................................3.5.5

 

The lighter writing is difficult to read.  The right corner says:
Engd. by J.C. Buttre, N.Y.

Bottom:
Esek Hopkins
Commander in Chief of the American Navy 1776.
From a rare print engraved in London.

April - not on the Hopkins list but contributed this picture when she found it!!

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This comes from an encyclopedia.

Esek Hopkins

'Hopkins, Esek (b. April 26, 1718, Providence, R.l.--d. Feb. 26, 1802,
Providence, R.I., U.S.), first commodore of the United States Navy in the
period of the American Revolution ( 1775-83).

Hopkins, who went to sea at the age of 20, proving his ability as a seaman and trader, and a marriage into wealth put him at the head of a large merchant fleet prior to the French and Indian War (1754-63). By privateering during that war, he added to his fortune and won a considerable naval reputation. Rhode Island named him a brigadier
general of its land forces at the outbreak of the Revolution, but a call from the Continental Congress, where his brother was chairman of the naval committee, induced him to forsake the army and accept the command (Dec. 22, 1775) of the first Continental fleet then outfitting at Philadelphia.


Instructed to attack the British fleet under John Murray, 4th earl of Dunmore,
in Chesapeake Bay, Hopkins considered his orders discretionary and the enemy
too strong. He therefore sailed his fleet of eight armed vessels to the Bahamas, captured considerable war materiel at New Providence Island, and upon his return fought an inconclusive action with the British ship "Glasgow" (April 1776).

Dissatisfaction with the achievements of the fleet and its subsequent inactivity in Rhode Island led to an investigation by Congress. Censured for disobedience of orders, Hopkins returned to the fleet, but his continued inactivity and quarrels with his officers induced Congress to suspend him from his command in March 1777. He was dismissed from the navy in 1778 and thereafter played a prominent part in Rhode Island politics.
Appleton's Cyclopaedia of American Biography, Volume III
Edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske
Published New York, D. Appleton and Company, 1888

Page 254
HOPKINS, Esek, naval officer, b. in Seituate, R.I., in 1718; d. in North
Providence, R.I., 26 Feb., 1802.  When the Revolutionary war began he was
commissioned by Gen. Francis Cook as brigadier-general, and in December,
1755, he was commissioned by the Continental congress commander-in-chief of
the navy, and was officially addressed by Washington as "Admiral Hopkins."
In February, 1776, he put to sea with the first squadron that was sent out
by the colonies, consisting of four ships and three sloops.   The fleet
sailed for the Bahamas, and captured the forts at New Providence, with
eighty cannon and a large quantity of ordnance stores and ammunition.  On
his return off Block island, he took the British schooner "Hawke" and ;the
bomb-brig "Bolton," and was complimented officially by the president of
congress for this success.  Two days afterward he attacked the "Glasgow," of
29 guns, which escaped, and Hopkins was censured.  In June 1776, he was
ordered by congress to appear before the naval committee to reply to charges
preferred against him for not annoying the enemy's ships on the southern
coast.  He was defended by John Adams and acquitted, by but unavoidable
delays in getting his ships ready for sea at a later period gave his enemies
another opportunity for complaint.  He neglected a citation to appear in
Philadelphia, and on 2 Jan., 1777, was dismissed from the service.  He then
settled near Providence, exerted throughout a long life an immense political
influence in Rhode Island, and was for many years a member of the general
assembly.  His son, John Burroughs, naval officer, was one of the first
captains of the Revolutionary navy, being commissioned 22 Dec., 1775.  He
commanded the "Cabot" in the expedition to the Bahamas in 1776, and in
April, 1779, sailed from Boston in command of a squadron, and captured, with
small loss to his own fleet, seven vessels laden with stores, 200 men, and
twenty-four British officers.

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