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On page 83 of the "John Hopkins of Cambridge" book -

Sarah Hopkins, b. 5 June 1760 m. 4 December 1783, Sylvanus Adams b. 22 January 1759, son of William Adams, b. 1714 and Susanna Bronson b. 29 April 1718.    They removed to Henderson, New York, where he owned and dealt in land.  A soldier of the Revolution, Private, Capt. David Smith's Company, Col. Samuel  Elmore's Regiment, 20 April 1776; also Capt. Samuel Camp's company, Col. No adiah Hooker's Regiment, 1 April 1777; also Captain Smith's Company, Eighth Regiment, Continental Line, Col. John Chandler; enlisted 1 September 1777 for three years.  He was among the Waterbury men wintering at Valley Forge in 1778.

Children:
William (or Mark?) Adams, b. 16 September 1784
Chloe Adams, b. 4 February 1786, m. Manly Hitchcock
Mark Adams, b. 18 October 1787; m. Mercy Brown, d. 6 March 1863
Timothy Hopkins Adams b. 29 September 1789

No additional information is provided for these four children.  However, here is the direct ancestral line of Sarah Hopkins (I do have other sibling info if needed):

1 John Hopkins
..+Jane Unknown
.2 Stephen Hopkins b: Bet. 1635 - 1636 in Hartford, CT d: October 1689
..+Dorcas Bronson m: Bef. March 04, 1656/57 d: May 13, 1697
.3  John Hopkins b: 1662 in Hartford, CT d: November 04, 1732
..+Hannah Strong b: August 11, 1660 m: Bet. 1680 - 1689 d: May 30, 1730
...4  Timothy Hopkins b: November 16, 1691 in Waterbury, CT
  d: February 05, 1748/49 in Waterbury, CT
...+Mary Judd  b: January 30, 1700/01 m: June 25, 1719
  d: December 05, 1744 in Waterbury, CT
..5  Timothy Hopkins b: September 08, 1723 in Waterbury, CT d: Abt. 1774 in        Great Barrington, Massachusetts
............................................+Jemima Scovill b: February 24, 1722/23 m: January 14, 1741/42 d: October 16, 1771 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts

..6  Sarah Hopkins b: June 05, 1760 in Great Barrington, Massachusetts
.+Sylvanus Adams b: January 22, 1759  m. December 4, 1783


Hope this helps,
Kathryn

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Do you have a Eunice Hopkins, b September 11, 1775 m. 1796, Solomon Snow.
b. April 18, 1761 in Ashford, Windham, CT.  Who is Eunice Hopkins parents,
she was born in Ct, or MA.  Lived in Ct, Ma and Arkwright, Chautauqua, NY
THANK YOU KENNETH KRICK  [email protected]




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HOPKINS.  Stephen Hopkins' first wife was not Constance Dudley.  Stephen's
first wife will be correctly identified in an article authored by myself in
the upcoming July 1998 issue of The American Genealogist.

HOPKINS. John Hopkins of Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford Conn., was not a
descendant of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower.  [MD 23:76; MF 6]

HOPKINS. William Hopkins of Southold, Long Island, was not William3 Hopkins,
the son of Gyles2 Hopkins (Stephen1) of Eastham. [MD 23:76; MF 6]

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JOHN HOPKINS Sr. b Aug 25, 1748 in Harwich, Barnstable, Mass.  He married
HANNAH CLARK on Dec 19, 1771 in the same place.  By 1781 they were living
in Ashfield, Franklin, Mass.  They had 10 children, one of which was JOHN
Jr.

JOHN HOPKINS Jr. b abt 1774 who married PHEBE DUNWELL in 1802, Brattleboro,
Vt.  Locations lived in were Providence, RI, and Lyndon, VT.  They may have
had son's DAVID and JOHN

DAVID HOPKINS (1804-1877) married PRISCILLA BLAKE (1807-1890), at
Derby/Salem, Vermont on Feb 25, 1827.  They moved to Martinville, Quebec
about 1861.  His obituary noted that he was a “native of Rhode Island”

Donald Brown Hopkins
Beaconsfield, Québec

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> > HI
  I have a Solomon Snow b. April 18, 1761 at Ashford, CT, married Eunice
Hopkins b. September 11, 1775 married 1761 don't know where she was born
or her parents name.  Their first son was born in Bethlem, Bershire, Ma.
  Is her parents from Ct, or MA, any information will be very helpful.

THANK YOU
KENNETH KRICK

 

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Descendants of William HOPKINS


Generation No. 1

1.  WILLIAM1 HOPKINS was born 1639 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died November 05, 1688 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.  He married HANNAH ANDREWS Abt. 1656 in Dorchester,  Suffolk,  Massachusetts, daughter of THOMAS ANDREWS and ANNA ROWELL.

Children of WILLIAM HOPKINS and HANNAH ANDREWS are:
i. HANNAH2 HOPKINS, b. January 03, 1656/57, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. 1692; m. (1) PHILLIP GOSS OR GOSSE; m. (2) JOHN MURRAY, March 23, 1686/87.
ii. THOMAS HOPKINS, b. May 06, 1660, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. April 21, 1676.

Notes for THOMAS HOPKINS:
KILLED BY INDIANS IN 1676


iii. WILLIAM HOPKINSII, b. May 06, 1660, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. 1676.

Notes for WILLIAM HOPKINSII:
KILLED BY INDIANS IN 1676


iv. MARY HOPKINS, b. March 30, 1662, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. December 08, 1678.
v. SAMUEL HOPKINS, b. November 15, 1663; d. February 12, 1737/38; m. SUSANNAH.
vi. MARGARET HOPKINS, b. March 18, 1664/65.
2. vii. JOSEPH HOPKINS, b. January 08, 1666/67, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. May 15, 1735, Greenwich, RI.
viii. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. April 03, 1670.
ix. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, b. June 30, 1672, Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusettes.
x. EBENEZER HOPKINS, b. July 05, 1674, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. October 19, 1674, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts.
xi. BETHIA HOPKINS, b. December 05, 1675.


Generation No. 2

2.  JOSEPH2 HOPKINS (WILLIAM1) was born January 08, 1666/67 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died May 15, 1735 in Greenwich, RI.  He married (1) PHEBE SPENCER 1695 in Roxford, North Massachusetts.  He married (2) MARTHA WHALEY 1698, daughter of ROBERT WHALEY and ELIZABETH MILLS.

Children of JOSEPH HOPKINS and PHEBE SPENCER are:
i. WILLIAM3 HOPKINS, b. November 06, 1695; m. MARY TIBBETTS, March 02, 1725/26, East Greenwich, Rhode Island.
ii. PHEBE HOPKINS, b. February 08, 1696/97; m. JONATHAN PICHER.

Children of JOSEPH HOPKINS and MARTHA WHALEY are:
iii. JOSEPH3 HOPKINS, JR., b. April 08, 1698, Kingston, Rhode Island; d. 1733, Rhode Island; m. MARY.
iv. SAMUEL HOPKINS, b. January 06, 1703/04; d. April 14, 1790; m. HONOR BROWN, April 23, 1730.
v. JOHN HOPKINS, b. April 02, 1712; d. 1791; m. MERCY GREEN, October 09, 1732.
vi. ROBERT HOPKINS, b. June 02, 1713; d. Bef. August 01, 1751.
vii. THOMAS HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1714; m. ROBEY CARR, October 16, 1743.
viii. HANNAH HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1716; m. CHARLES CARR, November 18, 1735.
ix. THEODOSIA HOPKINS, b. April 13, 1718; m. OTHNIEL GORTON, June 03, 1735.
3. x. FRANCIS HOPKINS, b. 1720, Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts; d. 1780, Washington County, Virginia.


Generation No. 3

3.  FRANCIS3 HOPKINS (JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born 1720 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, and died 1780 in Washington County, Virginia.  He married MARY MERCY JOSLIN September 01, 1743 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island  Kent County, daughter of HENRY JOSLIN and ELIZABETH MATTESON.

Notes for FRANCIS HOPKINS:
FRANCIS HOPKINS WAS A "TORY" DURING THE  "REVOLUTIONARY WAR".
HE WAS A RENEGADE BANDIT, NOT JUST A MERE "TORY", BUT ONE OF A BAND OF ROBBERS AND MURDERERS, AROUND THE SETTLEMENT OF HOLSTON.
FRANCIS CAME INTO THE NEIGHBORHOOD WHERE WILLIAM CAMPBELL LIVED, AND DURING HIS BEING THERE, WILLIAM CAMPBELL'S GATES WERE PLACARDED THREATENING HIS LIFE.  A FEW DAYS LATER CAMPBELL IN THE COMPANY OF HIS WIFE AND A LARGE NUMBER OF PERSONS WAS COMING HOME FROM CHURCH FROM THE EBBING SPRING MEETING HOUSE.
CAMPBELL DID NOT KNOW HOPKINS, BUT AS HOPKINS PASSED IT WAS STATED BY SOME ONE THAT THAT WAS HOPKINS.
WILLIAM CAMPBELL INSTANTLY WHEELED HIS HORSE AROUND, WHICH WAS A FINE HORSE AND MADE OUT FOR HOPKINS.
IN A MILE OR TWO HOPKINS CAME INTO SIGHT, AND HOPKINS KNOWING THAT IT WAS CAMPBELL; HOPKINS ALSO BEING ON A FINE HORSE TOOK OFF AT HIS BEST SPEED. THE RACE CONTINUED A MILE OR SO TO THE MIDDLE  OF THE FORK OF THE HOLSTON RIVER.
HOPKINS REACHING A BLUFF JUMPED HIS HORSE DOWN 15 TO 20 FEET INTO THE RIVER. CAMPBELL WAS IN CLOSE PURSUIT AND FOLLOWED HIM INTO THE RIVER. THE JUMP THREW HOPKINS OFF HIS HORSE.
HOPKINS WAS THE STRONGER OF THE TWO AND WAS ALMOST DROWNING CAMPBELL, WHEN EDMISTON AND SEVERAL OTHER MEN CAME TO HELP.
BY THIS ASSISTANCE HOPKINS WAS SUBDUED AND TAKEN TO THE RIVER BANK.
ALL KNEW THAT HOPKINS WAS A DESPERATE CHARACTER AND KNEW THAT NO JAIL IN WHICH HE COULD BE SECURED. THEY HELD A CONSULTATION, AND DECIDED THAY THEY WOULD HANG HHIM AND DID SO FORTHWITH, BY STICKING HIS NECK IN THE FORK OF A LEANING SYCAMORE TREE WHICH BENT OVER THE RIVER.
FRANCIS AND HIS MEN WERE TERMED  "BANDITS, ROBBERS, AND MURDERERS. HE WAS ALSO PASSING COUNTERFEIT MONEY AND HE WAS FOUND GUILTY AND SENTENCED AUGUST 20 1778 AT WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA. HE WAS IN NEWSBURY, NEW YORK, WYOMING VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA, AND WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
FRANCIS SON WILLIAM WAS CAPTURED WITH HIM, BUT ESCAPED AND MOVED TO THE KENTUCKY FRONTIER.



Children of FRANCIS HOPKINS and MARY JOSLIN are:
i. HENRY4 HOPKINS, b. December 02, 1743, East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island; d. 1814, Shelby County, Kentucky; m. HANNAH BURR, July 26, 1769, Redding, Connecticut.
ii. SARAH HOPKINS, b. December 26, 1744, East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island.
iii. RACHEL HOPKINS, b. May 21, 1747, East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island.
4. iv. WILLIAM HOPKINS, b. November 15, 1748, Warwick, Rhode Island   East Greenwich; d. 1832, Nicholas County, Kentucky.
5. v. GARDNER HOPKINS, b. July 16, 1750, East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island; d. June 04, 1832, Floyd County, Kentucky.
6. vi. MARY HOPKINS, b. April 09, 1753, East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island; d. 1825, Edmonson, Kentucky.
7. vii. FRANCIS HOPKINS, JR., b. 1756, East Greenwich, Rhode Island   Kent County; d. 1823, Bath County Kentucky.
8. viii. HANNAH HOPKINS, b. March 03, 1757, Orange Co, NY; d. August 26, 1852, Pomp, Morgan Couunty, Kentucky.
ix. ROBERT HOPKINS, b. July 04, 1760, East Greenwich, Rhode Island   Kent County; d. March 26, 1824, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH, 1786, New Jersey.
x. ELDRIDGE HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1768; m. ELIZABETH WALDON.


Generation No. 4

4.  WILLIAM4 HOPKINS (FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born November 15, 1748 in Warwick, Rhode Island   East Greenwich, and died 1832 in Nicholas County, Kentucky.  He married (1) PEACE SCOTT Bef. 1776.  He married (2) ELIZABETH BRINTON September 09, 1815 in Bath County Kentucky.

Children of WILLIAM HOPKINS and PEACE SCOTT are:
i. ELDRIDGE5 HOPKINS, b. February 15, 1771; d. 1800, Montgomery County, Kentucky.
ii. FRANCIS HOPKINS, b. 1773; d. 1838, Red River, Texas; m. CATHERINE ELLIOTT, February 27, 1800, Old Springfield Church, Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes for FRANCIS HOPKINS:
FRANCIS WAS IN FLOYD COUNTY, KY COURT MINUTES NOVEMBER 1808
FRANCIS AND FAMILY MOVED TO GIBSON COUNTY, INDIANA IN 1811.
FROM THERE TO NORTH EAST TEXAS (THEN IN OLD MILLER COUNTY ARKANSAS IN 1823.


iii. HENRY HARRISON HOPKINS, b. April 24, 1779; d. Texas.
9. iv. WILIAM HOPKINS, JR., b. March 30, 1781, Virginia; d. August 05, 1856, Davis County, Iowa.
v. MARY ANN (POLLY) HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1784.
vi. ABIAH HOPKINS, b. June 01, 1787; d. Abt. 1854, Texas.
vii. HAYDEN HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1790.
10. viii. JOSLIN J. HOPKINS, b. May 09, 1795, Clarke County, Kentucky; d. October 18, 1865, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

Children of WILLIAM HOPKINS and ELIZABETH BRINTON are:
ix. DAVID5 HOPKINS.
x. PEACE HOPKINS.
xi. JOHN HOPKINS.
xii. JOSEPH HOPKINS.
xiii. WALTER HOPKINS.
xiv. PHEBE HOPKINS.
xv. CAROLINE HOPKINS.

5.  GARDNER4 HOPKINS (FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born July 16, 1750 in East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island, and died June 04, 1832 in Floyd County, Kentucky.   He married MARY POLLY CHAMBERS April 1773 in Orange County New York.

Notes for GARDNER HOPKINS:
GARDNER HOPKINS AND FAMILY WERE IN FLOYD COUNTY, KY CENSUS OF 1810  MALES 1(45-UP)   FEMALES 1(45-UP)  - TO FLOYD COUNTY, KY 1806 AFTER 3 YEARS IN MONTGOMERY CO. KY.
PRIOR TO WHICH TIME LIVED  IN GREEN COUNTY, KY WHERE HE ARRIVED ABOUT 1797 FROM NEW YORK WITH SON-IN-LAW THOMAS CASKEY AND HIS BROTHER HENRY HOPKINS. 
GARDNER SERVED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR IN THE 2ND REGIMENT ARTILLERY NEW YORK LINE.
IN 1812 GARDNER AND POLLY JOINED SOUTH FORK BAPTIST CHURCH IN MALONE, KY.
IN 1819 AS A RESIDENT OF FLOYD CO, KY HE APPLIED FOR A PENSION IN BATH CO. KY.
IN 1840 POLLY HOPKINS  "REV. WAR" PENSIONER WIDOW WAS LIVING WITH SON-IN-LAW WILLIAM DYER IN MORGAN CO. KY.
GARDNER WAS IN MONTGOMERY CO.KY TAX LISTS UNTIL 1806. HE WAS LISTED AS 50 ACRES ON SLATE CREEK IN 1805.

FLOYD COUNTY DEED DATED AUG 26 1809 FROM HENRY FRENCH OF MERCER COUNTY, KY TO THOMAS CASKEY, GARDNER HOPKINS & THOMAS LEWIS OF FLOYD COUNTY - 1100 ACRES OF LAND ON LICKING CREEK. WITNESS  JOHN PERRY, WILLIAAM HOPKINS AND JAMES S. ELLIOTT.


Children of GARDNER HOPKINS and MARY CHAMBERS are:
11. i. LYDIA5 HOPKINS, b. March 29, 1775, Orange County New York; d. June 30, 1850, Floyd County, (Now Morgan)  Kentucky.
ii. ELEANOR HOPKINS, b. 1776; m. DANIEL VRENDENBURG, January 17, 1793, New York.

Notes for ELEANOR HOPKINS:
ELEANOR REMAINED IN NEW YORK.

12. iii. HANNAH HOPKINS, b. December 13, 1778, New York; d. Bef. 1850, Kentucky.

6.  MARY4 HOPKINS (FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born April 09, 1753 in East Greenwich, Kent, Exeter, Rhode Island, and died 1825 in Edmonson, Kentucky.  She married GEORGE WOOLSEY 1769 in Bedford, New York   Westchester County.

Children of MARY HOPKINS and GEORGE WOOLSEY are:
i. PRICILLA5 WOOLSEY, b. 1771, Bedford, New York   Westchester County; d. Allen County, Illinois or Kentucky; m. JOSEPH (JAMES) JEFFRIES.
ii. ELIZABETH WOOLSEY, b. December 03, 1774, Washington, Virginia; d. February 12, 1844, Gibson, Indiana; m. EDWARD LYNCH, 1795.
iii. RACHEL WOOLSEY, b. 1777, Washington, Virginia; d. 1840, White, Illinois; m. JOHN STEWART, October 22, 1801, Warren, Kentucky.
iv. JEREMIAH WOOLSEY, b. 1781, Washington, Virginia; m. ? JEFFRIES, 1817, Tennessee.
v. WILLIAM HOPKINS WOOLSEY, b. June 16, 1784, Washington, Virginia; d. October 25, 1844, Edmonson, Kentucky; m. CECELIA HOUCHINS, 1807, Warren, Kentucky.
vi. GEORGE WOOLSEY, b. 1787, Pike, Indiana; d. 1840, Taney, Missouri.
vii. ELDRIDGE WOOLSEY, b. 1789, Madison, Kentucky; d. Edmonson, Kentuckkky.
viii. MARY WOOLSEY, b. 1792, Madison, Kentucky; d. Pike, Indiana; m. RICHARD E. STEWART, 1817.
ix. RICHARD WOOLSEY, b. 1795, Clark County, Kentucky; m. ?, 1819.

7.  FRANCIS4 HOPKINS, JR. (FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born 1756 in East Greenwich, Rhode Island   Kent County, and died 1823 in Bath County Kentucky.   He married ANN Abt. 1780.

Children of FRANCIS HOPKINS and ANN are:
i. POLLY5 HOPKINS, m. ADAM MCCORMICK, May 16, 1799.
ii. RICHARD HOPKINS.
iii. JOHN HOPKINS.
iv. JOSEPH A. HOPKINS, b. 1792; m. MARGARET MURPHY, July 28, 1812.
v. DAVID HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1793; d. 1836; m. ADELINE.
13. vi. FRANCIS HOPKINSIII, b. 1795, New Jersey; d. March 04, 1856.
vii. MOSES HOPKINS, b. 1797; d. February 10, 1852, Carlisle, Kentucky  Nicholas County; m. PHYLANNAH BROTHERS, December 16, 1840.
viii. SARAH HOPKINS, m. ? DAVIS.
ix. BETSY HOPKINS, m. ? MOSLEY.
x. PEACE HOPKINS, m. ? HUGHS.
xi. ANNE HOPKINS, m. HENRY MCDANIEL, April 12, 1819.

8.  HANNAH4 HOPKINS (FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 03, 1757 in Orange Co, NY, and died August 26, 1852 in Pomp, Morgan Couunty, Kentucky.  She married THOMAS LEWIS March 03, 1784 in Washington Co, Virginia by Thomas Woolsey, son of WILLIAM LEWIS.

Notes for HANNAH HOPKINS:
DIED AT ELK FORK OF LICKING RIVER, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.
MARRIED BY BAPTIST MINISTER THOMAS WOOLSEY.
HER PENSION APPLICATION WAS APPROVED JANUARY 28, 1850 AT AGE 83.
1850 CENSUS OF MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
BURIED AT GREEN LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.

Notes for THOMAS LEWIS:
THOMAS LEWIS (05-03-1755 to 08-09-1849) WAS BORN IN WALES. HE CAME TO AMERICA AS A YOUNG MAN AND SETTLED IN WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA. THOMAS, WHILE A RESIDENT OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA, ENLISTED AND SERVED AS A PRIVATE IN THE VIRGINIA TROOPS AS FOLLOWS.
FROM JUNE 1776, SIX WEEKS IN CAPTAIN A. BOWENS COMPANY, COLONEL A. CAMPBELL'S REGIMENT. FROM SEPTEMBER 1776, TWO MONTHS UNDER SAME CAPTAIN. FROM JULY 1780, FOUR MONTHS AS A RANGER AND SPY IN CAPTAIN A. BOWENS COMPANY. COLONEL WILLIAM CAMPBELL'S REGIMENT.
FROM DECEMBER 1780 THREE MONTHS IN CAPTAIN JAMES CRABTREE'S COMPANY, A. CAMPBELL'S REGIMENT AND WAS IN AN ENGAGEMENT WITH THE INDIANS.
THE SOLDIERS MOVED TO KENTUCKY IN 1782 AND SETTLED ON DICK'S RIVER. IN SEPTEMBER OF THAT YEAR, THOMAS LEWIS ENLISTED AND SERVED TWO MONTHS IN CAPTAIN JOHN DOWNEY'S COMPANY. COLONEL BARNETT'S REGIMENT AND WAS IN GEORGE ROGERS CLARK'S EXPEDITION TO THE FALLS OF THE OHIO AND UP THE WABASH RIVER. HIS BROTHER HENRY HOPKINS LEWIS WAS A COLONEL IN THE LOCAL MILITIA.
IN 1784 THOMAS LEWIS MARRIED HANNAH HOPKINS WHEN BOTH WERE RESIDENTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA. HE DIED AUGUST 9, 1849.
HE WAS GRANTED A PENSION UPON HIS APPLICATION EXECUTED SEPTEMBER 25, 1833 (AGE 76) WHILE A RESIDENT OF MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.
HANNAH WAS ALLOWED A PENSION UPON HER APPLICATION EXECUTED JANUARY 28 1850 WHILE A RESIDENT OF MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSION CLAIM #9124.
THOMAS DIED IN MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. A PIONEER SETTLER OF THE COUNTY, HE AND HIS WIFE HANNAH HOPKINS FOUNDED A VAST MOUNTAIN CLAN. HE WAS BURIED IN THE FAMILY CEMETERY AT POMP, KENTUCKY JUST OFF KENTUCKY RT. 7.THE GRAVE SITE WHICH BECAME THE FAMILY CEMETERY WAS PICKED OUT BY THE OLD PATRIOT WHEN HE SETTLED IN THE VALLEY WHERE HE DIED. IT IS HIGH ON A STEEP KNOLL OVERLOOKING THE LUSH FARMLANDS HE ONCE OWNED, EMBRACED BY A SWEEPING CURVE OF THE LICKING RIVER. WITHIN SIGHT OF THE OLD GRAVEYARD IS THE PLACE WHERE, ACCORDING TO FAMILY LEGEND, HE BUILT THE FIRST HOUSE IN THE COUNTY.
A HOUSE IS THERE NOW BUT NOT THE ORIGINAL ONE
BURIED GREEN LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

LISTED IN DAR (DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION) PATRIOT INDEX, PRINTED JANUARY 1979, LISTED ON PAGE 414.
SERVED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR AS PRIVATE FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY, VA. AS A   "SPY AND RANGER"  RECEIVED PENSION OF $41.33 PER ANNUM BEGINNING MAR 4,

IN 1783 TAX LIST OF WASHINGTON COUNTY, VIRGINIA  WERE SEPARATED BY RETURNS. JOSEPH HOPKINS, JACOB LEWIS
WILLIAM LEWIS,  JOHN LEWIS,  WILLIAM LEWIS JR.  GRIFFITH LEWIS
COL. AARON LEWIS
F. HOPKINS.

WAS IN 1810 & 1820 FLOYD CO. KY. CENSUS WITH FAMILY
WAS IN 1830, 1840, & 1850 MORGAN CO. KY CENSUS WITH FAMILY.
THOMAS LEWIS FIRST APPEARS IN 1795 TAX LISTS WITH 4 HORSED, 14 CATTLE - NO LAND  AND IS LISTED IN 1795 & 1796.
IN 1797 MONTGOMERY CO. KY WAS SET OFF FROM CLARK CO. KY WITH THOMAS LISTED WITH 5 HORSES. HE IS LISTED EACH YEAR UNTIL 1806 WHEN HE DISAPEARS FROM THE TAX LIST.

FLOYD COUNTY, KY. DEED LISTED AUGUST 26, 1809   HENRY FRENCH OF MERCER   COUNTY, KY  - TO THOMAS CASKEY, GARDNER HOPKINS & THOMAS LEWIS OF FLOYD COUNTY, KY - 1100 ACRES ON LICKING CREEK. WITNESS JOHN PERRY, WILLIAM HOPKINS & JAMES S. ELLIOTT.


Children of HANNAH HOPKINS and THOMAS LEWIS are:
14. i. FRANCIS HOPKINS5 LEWIS, b. March 03, 1786, Floyd Co, Kentucky; d. February 22, 1874, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky.
15. ii. WILLIAM MARION LEWIS, b. September 10, 1787, Fayette County Kentucky; d. July 04, 1876, DeHart, Morgan County, Kentucky.
16. iii. JOHN L. LEWIS, b. January 22, 1789, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. April 06, 1877, Morgan Co, Kentucky.
17. iv. MARY L. ( ANN) LEWIS, b. August 05, 1790, Floyd County, Kentucky.
18. v. MARGARET L. (PEGGY) LEWIS, b. December 12, 1791, Grassy Creek, Floyd  County, Kentucky; d. January 31, 1872, Morgan County, Kentucky.
19. vi. NANCY ANN LEWIS, b. April 08, 1793, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. 1876.
20. vii. ELIZABETH (BETSY) LEWIS, b. November 23, 1794, Floyd County, Kentucky.
21. viii. HANNAH LEWIS, b. August 17, 1796, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. January 04, 1861, Morgan County, Kentucky.
22. ix. THOMAS LEWIS, JR., b. July 27, 1798, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. July 27, 1888, Scott Creek, Bath County, Kentucky.
23. x. DIADAMIA (DAMY) LEWIS, b. February 20, 1800, Floyd County, Kentucky.
24. xi. GARDNER HOPKINS LEWIS, b. November 08, 1801, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. December 12, 1887, Blaze, Kentucky   Morgan County.
25. xii. EDMUND PRICE LEWIS, b. August 05, 1803, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1850, Wolfe County, Kentucky.
xiii. SARAH (SALLY) LEWIS, b. April 10, 1805, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1870.

Notes for SARAH (SALLY) LEWIS:
NEVER MARRIED


26. xiv. HENRY HOPKINS (ACY) LEWIS, b. March 04, 1808, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1880, Pomp, Kentucky   Morgan County.
27. xv. BELINDA (MALINDA) LEWIS, b. March 04, 1811, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. May 28, 1886, Morgan County, Kentucky.


Generation No. 5

9.  WILIAM5 HOPKINS, JR. (WILLIAM4, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 30, 1781 in Virginia, and died August 05, 1856 in Davis County, Iowa.  He married SARAH SMOTHERS, daughter of ANDREW SMOTHERS and SARAH.

Notes for WILIAM HOPKINS, JR.:
WILLIAM AND FAMILY WERE IN 1810 FLOYD CO. KY CENSUS.
MALES 1(26-45)  1(0-10)  FEMALES 1(16-26)  1(0-10)
WILLIAM AND SARAH JOINED SOUTH FORK BAPTIST CHURCH IN 1812.
WILLIAM AND FAMILY WERE IN NICHOLAS COUNTY, KY. IN 1820.  WERE IN DECATUR COUNTY, INDIANA IN 1827 AND WERE IN DAVIS COUNTY, IOWA BY 1846

Children of WILIAM HOPKINS and SARAH SMOTHERS are:
i. ABIAH6 HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1804.
ii. ELDRIDGE HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1807.
iii. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1810.
iv. AMANDA PEACE HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1812.
v. JOSEPH SMOTHERS HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1814.
vi. AMBROSE JONES HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1817.
vii. MARY ANN HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1820.
viii. WILLIAM W. HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1822.
ix. ANDREW J. HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1825.

10.  JOSLIN J.5 HOPKINS (WILLIAM4, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born May 09, 1795 in Clarke County, Kentucky, and died October 18, 1865 in Nicholas County, Kentucky.   He married ELIZABETH BOYD November 13, 1817 in Bath County, Kentucky.

Children of JOSLIN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH BOYD are:
i. MARTHA ANN6 HOPKINS, b. 1818; m. WILLIAM STEPHENSON, June 23, 1835, Nicholas County, Kentucky.
ii. WILLIAM BOYD HOPKINS, b. February 22, 1819, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. May 29, 1885, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH WHISNER, October 22, 1846, Nicholas County, Kentucky.
iii. ALBERT S. HOPKINS, b. 1820, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. MARGARET BRADSHAW, April 07, 1846.
iv. AMANDA PEACE HOPKINS, b. 1822; d. April 12, 1892, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. JAMES WALLS, November 23, 1837.
v. DRURY B. HOPKINS, b. 1826, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. October 16, 1889, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. AMANDA J. CAMPBELL, July 23, 1885.
vi. EMILY J. HOPKINS, b. November 15, 1830, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. May 24, 1876, Nicholas County, Kentucky; m. HEROD HOPKINS, 1848.
vii. LYDIA MARY HOPKINS, b. 1833, Nicholas County, Kentucky; d. Fleming County, Kentucky; m. HIRAM CRAIN, September 12, 1850.
viii. MOSES JACKSON HOPKINS, b. 1836, Nicholas County, Kentucky.

11.  LYDIA5 HOPKINS (GARDNER4, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 29, 1775 in Orange County New York, and died June 30, 1850 in Floyd County, (Now Morgan)   Kentucky.  She married THOMAS CASKEY December 19, 1790 in Deer Park, NY, son of ROBERT CASKEY and JANE.

Notes for THOMAS CASKEY:
THE CASKEY FAMILY WAS ONE OF 7 FAMILIES THAT SETTLED IN EARLY FLOYD COUNTY (NOW MORGAN COUNTY), KENTUCKY. THE THOMAS CASKEY FAMILY, THOMAS LEWIS FAMILY, JOHN NICKELL FAMILY, ELDER DANIEL WILLIAMS FAMILY, EDMOND WELLS FAMILY, PETER AMYX FAMILY, GARDNER HOPKINS AS WELL AS PETER AND DAVID LYKINS SONS OF WILLIAM LYKINS. SOON THERE WERE OTHERS: JOHN DAY, ARCH DAY, JOHN PERRY, WILLIAM WELLS, JAMES S. ELLIOTT, A. J. BENTON, HIRAM WALTERS FAMILY.
MORGAN COUNTY BECAME A COUNTY IN 1872 FORMED FROM FLOYD COUNTY.
THE CASKEY FARM WAS LOCATED 2 MILES NORTH OF WEST LIBERTY, KENTUCKY AND WAS OWNED BY THOMAS CASKEY AND GARDNER HOPKINS. BOTH SERVED IN THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR.

FLOYD COUNTY DEED LISTED AUGUST 26, 1809   HENRY FRENCH OF MERCER COUNTY, KY - TO THOMAS CASKEY, GARDNER HOPKINS & THOMAS LEWIS OF FLOYD COUNTY, KY. - 1100 ACRES ON LICKING CREEK.  WITNESS JOHN PERRY, WILLIAM HOPKINS, AND JAMES S. ELLIOTT.

Children of LYDIA HOPKINS and THOMAS CASKEY are:
i. MARY (NANCY)6 CASKEY, b. October 07, 1791, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Grant, Wisconsin; m. JOSHUA DAY, November 19, 1819.
ii. JOHN CASKEY, b. October 09, 1793, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. April 12, 1878, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) ABIGAIL BROWN; m. (2) HANNAH LEWIS, April 04, 1816, Floyd County Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN CASKEY:
WAS IN 1820 CENSUS OF FLOYD CO. KY.
WAS IN 1830 CENSUS OF MORGAN CO. KY.


iii. HANNAH CASKEY, b. November 15, 1795, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. JAMES MCGUIRE, October 14, 1813.
iv. GARDNER CASKEY, b. May 28, 1797, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH BLAIR, August 14, 1821, Morgan County, Kentucky.
v. ROBERT CASKEY, b. October 15, 1800, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. MARY (POLLY) DYER, January 01, 1823, Floyd County, Kentucky.
vi. JANE CASKEY, b. December 29, 1802, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. (1) JOHN WELLS, September 06, 1824, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (2) JAMES HANEY, July 25, 1838.
vii. MARGARET (PEGGY) CASKEY, b. December 22, 1804, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. 1884; m. JESSE C. DAY, August 24, 1820.
viii. ELEANOR (ELLEN) CASKEY, b. May 07, 1807, Floyd County Kentucky; d. November 02, 1884, Licking River,Morgan  Co, Kentucky; m. FRANCIS HOPKINS LEWIS, February 05, 1827, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for ELEANOR (ELLEN) CASKEY:
MARRIED BY JOHN WILLIAMS.
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY


Notes for FRANCIS HOPKINS LEWIS:
BURIED FEBRUARY 25, 1874  AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY , NEAL VALLEY
WAS IN 1820 FLOYD CO. KY. CENSUS WITH FAMILY AND 1 SLAVE.
WAS IN 1830 & 1840 MORGAN CO. KY. CENSUS WITH FAMILY AND 2 YOUNG SLAVES.
WAS IN 1850 MORGAN CO. KY CENSUS.



ix. LYDIA CASKEY, b. October 05, 1808, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. July 1879; m. WILLIAM L. BLAIR, May 17, 1827, Morgan County, Kentucky.
x. THOMAS CASKEYII, b. December 31, 1810, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. (1) ? VEST; m. (2) CYNTHIA ANN ELLIOTT, September 28, 1843.
xi. SAMUEL CASKEY, b. October 16, 1812, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. CATHERINE (KATY) WAGNER, June 01, 1832.
xii. WILLIAM CASKEY, b. January 16, 1815, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. REBECCA GILMORE, October 12, 1836.
xiii. SARAH (SALLY ANN) CASKEY, b. January 01, 1818, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. JOHN GARDNER DYER, March 22, 1838, Morgan County, Kentucky.

12.  HANNAH5 HOPKINS (GARDNER4, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born December 13, 1778 in New York, and died Bef. 1850 in Kentucky.  She married WILLIAM DYER April 16, 1800 in Green County, Kentucky, son of WILLIAM DYER and NANCY.

Notes for WILLIAM DYER:
     WILLIAM DYER WAS KILLED BY REBEL SOLDIERS IN THE CIVIL WAR. HE WAS AN OLD MAN SITTING ON THE PORCH AT THE OLD HOME PLACE OF HIS SON-IN-LAW, HENRY HOPKINS LEWIS; WHICH WAS THE OLD HOME OF THOMAS D. LEWIS, NOW KNOWN AS THE DIMA LEWIS FARM.

Children of HANNAH HOPKINS and WILLIAM DYER are:
i. UNKNOWN MALE6 DYER, d. DIED YOUNG.
ii. JOHN (JACK) DYER, b. December 30, 1800; d. Aft. 1842; m. MARY (POLLY) DAY, March 30, 1822, Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN (JACK) DYER:
JOHN DYER DESERTED HIS FAMILY PRIOR TO THE BIRTH OF HIS YOUNGEST CHILD IN 1842 AND WAS NEVER HEARD FROM AGAIN.


iii. FRANCIS H. DYER, b. February 22, 1802; d. Aft. 1860; m. ELIZABETH (BETSY( LOGAN, May 21, 1821, FLoyd County Kentucky.
iv. MARY (POLLY) DYER, b. 1804, Tennessee; d. Aft. 1850; m. ROBERT CASKEY, January 01, 1823, Floyd County, Kentucky.
v. NANCY DYER, b. 1805; d. Abt. 1840; m. DANIEL PERRY, August 10, 1820, Floyd County, Kentucky.
vi. HANNAH DYER, b. 1812; m. (1) JOSUA WILLIAMS, January 04, 1827, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (2) BRYANT FANNIN, August 09, 1830, Morgan County, Kentucky.
vii. CATHERINE (KATIE) DYER, b. July 31, 1814, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880; m. HENRY HOPKINS (ACY) LEWIS, February 07, 1833, Morgan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for HENRY HOPKINS (ACY) LEWIS:
BURIED AT GREEN LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


viii. JOHN GARDNER DYER, b. September 09, 1817; d. Aft. 1880; m. SARAH (SALLY ANN) CASKEY, March 22, 1838, Morgan County, Kentucky.

13.  FRANCIS5 HOPKINSIII (FRANCIS4, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born 1795 in New Jersey, and died March 04, 1856.  He married (1) CELIA MULBERRY February 28, 1813.   He married (2) FRANCIS ROE November 13, 1838 in Bath County, Kentucky.

Child of FRANCIS HOPKINS and CELIA MULBERRY is:
i. HEROD6 HOPKINS, b. 1830; m. (1) EMILY J. HOPKINS, 1848; m. (2) HARRIETT AMERICA BARTON, December 29, 1879, Carlisle, Kentucky  Nicholas County.

Children of FRANCIS HOPKINS and FRANCIS ROE are:
ii. NANCY6 HOPKINS, b. 1830.
iii. CHARLES F. HOPKINS, b. 1831.
iv. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. 1833.
v. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, b. 1842.
vi. JAMES K. HOPKINS, b. 1843.
vii. ANNE HOPKINS, b. 1844.

14.  FRANCIS HOPKINS5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 03, 1786 in Floyd Co, Kentucky, and died February 22, 1874 in Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky.  He married (1) ELEANOR (ELLEN) PERRY August 01, 1811 in Floyd County, Kentucky, daughter of JOHN PERRY and ELIZABETH NICKELL.  He married (2) ELEANOR (ELLEN) CASKEY February 05, 1827 in Morgan County, Kentucky, daughter of THOMAS CASKEY and LYDIA HOPKINS.

Notes for FRANCIS HOPKINS LEWIS:
BURIED FEBRUARY 25, 1874  AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY , NEAL VALLEY
WAS IN 1820 FLOYD CO. KY. CENSUS WITH FAMILY AND 1 SLAVE.
WAS IN 1830 & 1840 MORGAN CO. KY. CENSUS WITH FAMILY AND 2 YOUNG SLAVES.
WAS IN 1850 MORGAN CO. KY CENSUS.



Notes for ELEANOR (ELLEN) CASKEY:
MARRIED BY JOHN WILLIAMS.
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY


Children of FRANCIS LEWIS and ELEANOR PERRY are:
i. LUCINDA ( CINDY)6 LEWIS, b. July 04, 1811, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. December 04, 1898, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. ISAAC N. COTTLE, November 05, 1829, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for LUCINDA ( CINDY) LEWIS:
BURIED AT COTTLE CEMETERY,  3 MILES WEST OF WEST LIBERTY, KENTUCKY, ON THE WEST SIDE OF LICKING RIVER.


Notes for ISAAC N. COTTLE:
BURIED AT COTTLE CEMETERY  3 MILES WEST OF WEST LIBERTY, KENTUCKY, ON THE WEST SIDE OF LICKING RIVER


ii. ELIZABETH (BETTY) LEWIS, b. March 08, 1815, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. January 01, 1854, Licking, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. JOHN HENRYII, November 16, 1834, Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN HENRYII:
BIRTHDATE AND DEATH DATE FROM TOMBSTONE IN LEWIS-HENRY CEMETERY, INDEX, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


iii. THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS, b. February 04, 1818, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1880, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) ELIZABETH (BETSY) DAY COGSWELL; m. (2) MARY (POLLY) COGSWELL, April 26, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS:
WAS IN 1870 & 1880 CENSUS OF MORGAN CO. KY.


Notes for ELIZABETH (BETSY) DAY COGSWELL:
WIDOW OF THOMAS COGSWELL


iv. JOHN PERRY (JOHNNY FLINT) LEWIS, b. July 01, 1820, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. April 11, 1911; m. CLARINDA MC CLURE, July 01, 1846, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN PERRY (JOHNNY FLINT) LEWIS:
JOHN PERRY LEWIS WAS AT ONE TIME THE LARGEST LAND OWNER IN MORGAN COUNTY.
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.


Notes for CLARINDA MC CLURE:
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.


v. HANNAH H LEWIS, b. June 03, 1822, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. July 18, 1854, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. JOHN W. ELLINGTON, January 16, 1842, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN W. ELLINGTON:



Children of FRANCIS LEWIS and ELEANOR CASKEY are:
vi. MARGARET (PEGGY)6 LEWIS, b. April 12, 1828, Blairs Mill, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. April 11, 1896, Blairs Mill, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. THOMAS EDMOND (CAPT. TOM) LEWIS, March 19, 1846, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for MARGARET (PEGGY) LEWIS:
BURIED APRIL 14, 1896 AT PLEASANT RUN, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


Notes for THOMAS EDMOND (CAPT. TOM) LEWIS:
NICKNAME CAPT. TOM.
KILLED BY NEAL  MC CLANAHAN AT MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.


vii. WILLIAM WILEY (REBEL BILL)L LEWIS, b. October 02, 1829, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880; m. ADELINE MCCLURE, October 26, 1850, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM WILEY (REBEL BILL)L LEWIS:
WAS A DEMOCRAT. ONLY DEMOCRAT IN THE LEWIS FAMILY.  FOUGHT FOR THE CONFEDERATE STATES IN THE CIVIL WAR.
SERVED AS A PRIVATE IN COMPANY C  5TH KENTUCKY INFANTRY FROM OCTOBER 6, 1862 TO MAY 7, 1865.


Notes for ADELINE MCCLURE:
LISTED AS MARY AGE 48 IN 1880 CENSUS.


viii. GARDNER (GARN) LEWIS, b. July 28, 1831, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Kansas; m. POLLY ANN COTTLE.

Notes for GARDNER (GARN) LEWIS:
GARDNER MOVED TO KANSAS AS A YOUNG MAN.

Notes for POLLY ANN COTTLE:
BURIED NEAR BLUE MOUND, KANSAS.

ix. CHARLOTTE T. LEWIS, b. March 19, 1833, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. Allen, Johnson County, Kentucky; m. ALLEN C. DAY, November 17, 1853, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky.
x. JAMES M. LEWIS, b. May 07, 1835, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880; m. ELIZABETH MCCLAIN, December 29, 1857, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky.
xi. ELLENDER PRICE  ( NELLY ) LEWIS, b. March 06, 1837, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. November 20, 1918, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. WILLIAM H. (RED-HEADED BILL) LEWIS, February 18, 1858, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for ELLENDER PRICE  ( NELLY ) LEWIS:
BURIED AT W.H. LEWIS CEMETERY, BLAZE, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.


Notes for WILLIAM H. (RED-HEADED BILL) LEWIS:
BURIED AT W.H.LEWIS CEMETERY, BLAZE, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.
1900 MORGAN CO. CENSUS= MARRIED 42 YEARS, 8 CHILDREN/ 4 LIVING.
RESIDING WITH THEM, WAS THEIR SON WILLIAM S.   ALSO ELIZA E. BISHOP AGE 17 B FEB 1883 GRANDDAUGHTER
WILLIAM WAS A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE IN YOCUM AND BLAZE AREA. HE WAS THE FIRST TO RAISE "ELIZA" TOBACCO FOR COMMERCIAL SHIPMENT.


xii. RICHARD LEWIS, b. October 06, 1838; d. September 15, 1854.
xiii. FRANCIS MARION LEWIS, b. May 17, 1839, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. June 04, 1898, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. LUCINDA A. (SINDA) LEWIS, January 08, 1862, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION LEWIS:
BURIED JUNE 7, 1898 AT LEWIS CEMETERY LICKING RIVER, WEST LIBERTY, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY

Notes for LUCINDA A. (SINDA) LEWIS:
BURIED NOVEMBER 2, 1916 LEWIS CEMETERY, LICKING RIVER, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


xiv. BENJAMIN W. LEWIS, b. May 26, 1844, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. September 29, 1905, Blairs Mill, Morgan Co, Kentucky; m. JEANNIE (JENNY) WHITE, November 1869.

Notes for BENJAMIN W. LEWIS:
TWIN TO HENRY CLAY LEWIS.  BURIED OCTOBER 2, 1905 BLAIRS MILL, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY

xv. HENRY CLAY LEWIS, b. May 26, 1844, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. December 07, 1930, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. CORDELIA PERRY, April 07, 1869, Morgan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for HENRY CLAY LEWIS:
TWIN TO BENJAMIN LEWIS.


xvi. ISAAC C LEWIS, b. December 15, 1846, Morgan Co, KY; d. December 16, 1923, Elliottville, KY   Rowan County; m. RHODA ELLEN TEMPLEMAN, 1872, Morgan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for ISAAC C LEWIS:
BURIED DECEMBER 19, 1923 AT DITNEY RIDGE CEMETERY, ROWAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.  OFF CHRISTY CREEK.
ISAAC WORKED IN A STEAM SAW MILL.


xvii. NED LEWIS, b. May 09, 1848, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. May 09, 1848, DIED IN INFANCY.

Notes for NED LEWIS:
TRIPLETT. DIED IN INFANCY.


xviii. WYLIE M LEWIS, b. May 09, 1848, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; d. September 15, 1852, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for WYLIE M LEWIS:
TRIPLETT. DIED 4 YEARS OLD


xix. DIAL M. LEWIS, b. May 09, 1848, Licking River, Morgan Co, Kentucky; m. (1) MARY JANE SERGENT, June 03, 1869; m. (2) KATE FANNIN CASKEY, October 24, 1892.

Notes for DIAL M. LEWIS:
TRIPLET BROTHER OF WYLIE AND DIAL.
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, WEST LIBERTY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


15.  WILLIAM MARION5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born September 10, 1787 in Fayette County Kentucky, and died July 04, 1876 in DeHart, Morgan County, Kentucky.  He married JANE (JEAN) PERRY January 16, 1812 in Floyd Co, KY, daughter of JOHN PERRY and ELIZABETH NICKELL.

Notes for WILLIAM MARION LEWIS:
BURIED AT JACK P. LEWIS CEMETERY: NOW CALLED FANNIN CEMETERY, DEHART, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY
FIRST JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.
WAS IN 1820 FLOYD CO. KY. CENSUS
WAS IN 1830 & 1840 MORGAN CO. KY. CENSUS



Notes for JANE (JEAN) PERRY:
BURIED AT JACK P. LEWIS CEMETERY; NOW CALLED FANNIN CEMETERY, DEHART, MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.

Children of WILLIAM LEWIS and JANE PERRY are:
i. WILLIAM (HARRY) HENRY HARRISON6 LEWIS, b. February 14, 1813, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. May 09, 1895, Blaze,  Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) MARY (POLLY) HITCH; m. (2) ELIZABETH (BETSY) HENRY, December 25, 1834, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (3) HONOR CASSITY FRALEY, June 09, 1861.

Notes for WILLIAM (HARRY) HENRY HARRISON LEWIS:
BURIED AT W. H. LEWIS CEMETERY AT BLAZE, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.

Notes for MARY (POLLY) HITCH:
WIDOW OF COLVIN B. HITCH.


Notes for ELIZABETH (BETSY) HENRY:
BURIED AT WILLIAM H. LEWIS CEMETERY AT BLAZE, MORGAN CO. KY.
IN 1870 WAS LIVING WITH SON DANIEL P. LEWIS.
IN 1880 WAS LIVING WITH SON WILLIAM H. LEWIS.


ii. JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS, b. 1815, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1867, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) MARGARET (PEGGY) DYER; m. (2) MARY (POLLY) LEWIS, February 23, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS:
                              JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS
Son of William M. Lewis and Jane Perry
John was the father of 19 children. At the time he was raising his family by his       wife, Mary (Polly) ; He raised a large family by a woman named Peg Dyer (not      Married). He built her a house on his farm and furnished them with grocery's, etc.
  John had each of Peg Dyer's children given his name in court except the two
youngest children. They were the only children who went by the name of Dyer.
The two families lived about a quarter mile apart. The mothers were friendly
with each other . Peggy did sewing for both families. Some of the children were
born in the same year.
The above information and names of the names of the children of Peg Dyer was obtained from a grand-daughter of hers,also from memory of others in the
neighborhood. It is authentic.




Notes for MARY (POLLY) LEWIS:
MARRIED HER FIRST COUSIN


iii. FRANCIS MARION LEWIS, b. January 30, 1817, Pleasant Run, Kentucky  Morgan County; d. May 28, 1862, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. MARY POLLY PEYTON, February 21, 1839, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for FRANCIS MARION LEWIS:
FRANCIS LEWIS AND WIFE MARY AND FAMILY WERE IN THE 1850 MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY CENSUS.


iv. NANCY A. LEWIS, b. 1820, Pleasant Run, Kentucky  Floyd County; d. 1888, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. THOMAS E.  (CHUCKLEHEAD) LEWIS, March 01, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.
v. THOMAS EDMOND (CAPT. TOM) LEWIS, b. July 04, 1821, Pleasant Run, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. July 21, 1864, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. MARGARET (PEGGY) LEWIS, March 19, 1846, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS EDMOND (CAPT. TOM) LEWIS:
NICKNAME CAPT. TOM.
KILLED BY NEAL  MC CLANAHAN AT MORGAN COUNTY, KENTUCKY.


Notes for MARGARET (PEGGY) LEWIS:
BURIED APRIL 14, 1896 AT PLEASANT RUN, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


vi. EDMUND PRICE (BIG PRICE) LEWIS, b. 1824, Pleasant Run, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1874, Rowan County, Kentucky; m. (1) NANCY ANN TRUMBO, January 03, 1848, Carter County, Kentucky; m. (2) ELIZABETH BROTHERS, November 13, 1851; m. (3) TERESA ANN (TRICIE) HUNT, November 27, 1858.

Notes for EDMUND PRICE (BIG PRICE) LEWIS:



vii. DANIEL P. LEWIS, b. 1827, Pleasant Run, Kentucky  Floyd County; d. May 08, 1862; m. MARGARET (PEGGY) DAY, January 14, 1845, Morgan County, Kentucky.

16.  JOHN L.5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born January 22, 1789 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died April 06, 1877 in Morgan Co, Kentucky.   He married ELIZABETH (BETSY) ELLIOTT February 25, 1817 in Bath County, Kentucky, daughter of JAMES ELLIOTT and HANNAH SCOTT.

Children of JOHN LEWIS and ELIZABETH ELLIOTT are:
i. HANNAH SCOTT6 LEWIS, b. October 03, 1820, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. 1887-1888, Woodsbend, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. WILLIAM MARION  (BENHAM ) FUGETT, February 18, 1840, Woodsbend, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for HANNAH SCOTT LEWIS:
HANNAH IS BURIED AT THE WILLIAM M. FUGETT CEMETERY, LOCATED ON THE WILL HENRY  FUGETT FARM BETWEEN BIG LICK AND BLAZE, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


Notes for WILLIAM MARION  (BENHAM ) FUGETT:
TRADITION HAS IT THAT WILLIAM M. FUGETT WAS A BENHAM. HE WAS PROBABLY THE SON OF ONE OF RUGH BENHAM'S BROTHERS AND WAS EITHER BONDED TO, RAISED BY OR ADOPTED BY GRANVILLE FUGETT, A SON OF RUTHA BENHAM FUGETT WHO WAS A WIDOW BY THEN .
WILLIAM IS BURIED AT THE WILLIAM M. FUGETT CEMETERY, LOCATED ON THE WILL HENRY FUGETT FARM BETWEEN BIG LICK AND BLAZE IN MORGAN COUNTY, KY.



ii. THOMAS E.  (CHUCKLEHEAD) LEWIS, b. 1823, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. February 1898; m. NANCY A. LEWIS, March 01, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.
iii. MARY (POLLY) LEWIS, b. 1825, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. 1867; m. JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS, February 23, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for MARY (POLLY) LEWIS:
MARRIED HER FIRST COUSIN


Notes for JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS:
                              JOHN (JACK) PERRY LEWIS
Son of William M. Lewis and Jane Perry
John was the father of 19 children. At the time he was raising his family by his       wife, Mary (Polly) ; He raised a large family by a woman named Peg Dyer (not      Married). He built her a house on his farm and furnished them with grocery's, etc.
  John had each of Peg Dyer's children given his name in court except the two
youngest children. They were the only children who went by the name of Dyer.
The two families lived about a quarter mile apart. The mothers were friendly
with each other . Peggy did sewing for both families. Some of the children were
born in the same year.
The above information and names of the names of the children of Peg Dyer was obtained from a grand-daughter of hers,also from memory of others in the
neighborhood. It is authentic.




iv. BELINDA (MALINDA) LEWIS, b. December 05, 1826, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. October 09, 1899; m. RICHARD MENIFEE OAKLEY, February 04, 1846.
v. GARDNER LEWIS, b. 1828.

17.  MARY L. ( ANN)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born August 05, 1790 in Floyd County, Kentucky.  She married WILLIAM HOPKINS October 23, 1810 in Montgomery County, Now Bath County, Kentucky.

Notes for WILLIAM HOPKINS:
WAS IN 1820 CENSUS OF PIKE COUNTY, INDIANA.

Children of MARY LEWIS and WILLIAM HOPKINS are:
i. ELDRIDGE6 HOPKINS, b. 1812, Indiana; m. AMANDA SCHULL, December 02, 1832, Warrick County, Indiana.

Notes for ELDRIDGE HOPKINS:
NOV 3 1827-INDENTURE-WARRICK CO., IND.-BETWEEN 1ST PARTY: HENRY HOPKINS & WIFE ELIZABETH- FOR $160.- 2ND PARTY: ELDRIDGE HOPKINS & OTHERS NAMED ABOVE-HEIRS AND LEGAL REPRESENTATIVES.

ii. THOMAS LEWIS HOPKINS, b. 1814.
iii. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. 1816.
iv. LUCINDA HOPKINS, b. 1818.
v. MARY ANN HOPKINS, b. 1820.
vi. HANNAH JANE HOPKINS, b. 1822.
vii. ELEANOR HOPKINS, b. 1824.

18.  MARGARET L. (PEGGY)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born December 12, 1791 in Grassy Creek, Floyd  County, Kentucky, and died January 31, 1872 in Morgan County, Kentucky.  She married JOHN S. OAKLEY February 28, 1810 in Floyd County Kentucky, son of WILLIAM OAKLEY and KEZIAH BUTLER.

Notes for JOHN S. OAKLEY:
JOHN WAS ONE OF THE FIRST JUSTICES OF MORGAN COUNTY, KY. IN 1823. AND REPRESENTED THIS COUNTY IN 1831 IN THE STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WAS IN FLOYD COUNTY, KY. IN 1810, & 1820
CENSUS.
WAS IN MORGAN CO.,KY CENSUS OF 1830 & 1850




Children of MARGARET LEWIS and JOHN OAKLEY are:
i. MARY ANN (POLLY)6 OAKLEY, b. February 03, 1811, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. April 10, 1871, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) ISAAC WILSON NICKELL, March 09, 1834, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (2) PRESTON B. SEXTON, May 13, 1848, Morgan County, Kentucky.
ii. RICHARD MENIFEE OAKLEY, b. November 12, 1812; d. February 13, 1863; m. (1) CYNTHIA CARTER, November 27, 1834; m. (2) BELINDA (MALINDA) LEWIS, February 04, 1846.
iii. NAPOLEON B. OAKLEY, b. March 15, 1815; m. MARY STEELE  OR VEST, March 16, 1838.
iv. ELIZABETH OAKLEY, b. December 23, 1817, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. 1863, Montgomery County, Kentucky; m. (1) N. F. N. PIERATT; m. (2) GEORGE WASHINGTON GOODPASTER, April 26, 1838, Morgan County, Kentucky.
v. NANCY OAKLEY, b. February 13, 1820, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. November 15, 1887, Morgan Co, Kentucky; m. JOSIAH CARPENTER, January 02, 1841, Morgan Co, Kentucky.
vi. LUCINDA OAKLEY, b. January 21, 1822, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. March 05, 1906; m. JAMES HARRISON MCCLURE, January 08, 1841.
vii. WILLIAM B. OAKLEY, b. May 22, 1825; d. Aft. 1880; m. MARY ANN DAY, February 16, 1846.

Notes for WILLIAM B. OAKLEY:
MOVED TO KANSAS


viii. ALIJAH OAKLEY, b. October 25, 1827; d. DIED YOUNG.
ix. GEORGIA ANN OAKLEY, b. June 11, 1830; d. 1893; m. (1) JOHN THOMAS PARKER, June 03, 1851; m. (2) JOSEPH HARSTON AMYX, April 22, 1861.
x. ELIZABETH JANE OAKLEY, b. September 29, 1833, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. June 12, 1894, Kentucky; m. FLEMING C. NICKELL, February 07, 1857.
xi. JOHNSON VAN BUREN OAKLEY, b. September 27, 1836; d. February 01, 1918; m. RACHEL ANN HENRY.

Notes for JOHNSON VAN BUREN OAKLEY:
JOHNSON V. OAKLEY SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR PROBABLY FOR THE CONFEDERATE FORCES AS A PRIVATE IN COMPANY A  5TH KENTUCKY INFANTRY FROM SEPTEMBER 1862 TO OCTOBER 1864.


19.  NANCY ANN5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born April 08, 1793 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died 1876.  She married (1) TRAVIS DAY July 06, 1811 in Floyd County Kentucky, son of JAMES DAY and REBECCA WAGGONER.  She married (2) BENJAMIN BURCHETT August 30, 1821 in Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes for NANCY ANN LEWIS:
BURIED AT OLD DAY CEMETERY, MIAMI, KANSAS
MOVED TO MIAMI, KANSAS IN 1857


Notes for TRAVIS DAY:
BURIED AT OLD DAY CEMETERY, MIAMI, KANSAS.
MOVED TO MIAMI, KANSAS IN 1857


Children of NANCY LEWIS and TRAVIS DAY are:
i. CYNTHIA ANN6 DAY, d. DIED AS A YOUNG WOMAN.

Notes for CYNTHIA ANN DAY:
DIED YOUNG


ii. MALINDA DAY, b. May 31, 1812, West Liberty, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. April 26, 1897; m. (1) JOHN WALTERS; m. (2) THOMAS R. LOVELESS, January 25, 1830, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS R. LOVELESS:
INFORMATION FROM 1850 KENTUCKY CENSUS.


iii. SARAH (SALLY) DAY, b. 1814; m. JOHN WALSH, February 08, 1830.
iv. THOMAS (RUNNING TOM) DAY, b. November 17, 1815; d. March 28, 1897; m. (1) ANNIE BROWN; m. (2) PERLINA CASKEY, January 03, 1839, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for PERLINA CASKEY:
DIED IN ROUTE TO KANSAS


v. HANNAH DAY, b. 1818; d. 1902; m. ROBERT C. COTTLE, November 19, 1834, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for ROBERT C. COTTLE:
ROBERT AND HANNAH LEFT KENTUCKY IN 1853 BY OX-CART, PROBABLY FOR LYNN COUNTY, KANSAS.   ONE SOURCE SAYS HE DIED IN 1853. THEY REPORTEDLY HAD 2 CHILDREN IN KANSAS BUT ONLY SARAH HAS BEEN ACCOUNTED FOR.


vi. JAMES W. . DAY, b. August 20, 1821; d. February 28, 1874; m. REBECCA JANE DAY, August 20, 1840.
vii. DAVID F. DAY, b. November 30, 1822; d. October 08, 1898; m. (1) SUSAN SCHOLFIELD; m. (2) MARTHA D. HAYES, July 22, 1862.
viii. LYDIA (LIT) DAY, b. 1824; m. JOHN LEVI PHIPPS, September 24, 1844.
ix. MARY ANN DAY, b. March 10, 1826; d. August 21, 1898; m. WILLIAM B. OAKLEY, February 16, 1846.

Notes for WILLIAM B. OAKLEY:
MOVED TO KANSAS


x. JANE DAY, b. 1832; m. ALEXANDER FLETCHER, April 14, 1847, Morgan County, Kentucky.
xi. JOHN MILTON DAY, b. August 13, 1832; d. January 18, 1909; m. EVALINE PITTMAN, January 19, 1862.
xii. REBECCA JANE DAY, b. 1835; d. 1870; m. (1) JOE F. FINCH; m. (2) JOHN J. COTTLE, June 16, 1851, Morgan County, Kentucky.
xiii. MARTHA A. DAY, b. 1837; d. 1909; m. SAMUEL WALTHALL OR WALTMAN, 1859.

20.  ELIZABETH (BETSY)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born November 23, 1794 in Floyd County, Kentucky.  She married (1) WELLS WILLIS MORGAN March 09, 1813 in Floyd County Kentucky, son of NATHANIEL MORGAN and ? WELLS.  She married (2) STEPHEN CASSITY January 26, 1852 in Morgan Co, Kentucky.

Notes for WELLS WILLIS MORGAN:
WAS IN 1820 CENSUS OF FLOYD COUNTY, KY.
WAS IN 1830 CENSUS OF EDGAR COUNTY, ILL.


Children of ELIZABETH LEWIS and WELLS MORGAN are:
i. HANNAH6 MORGAN, b. May 23, 1814; d. June 11, 1889; m. JESSE MOORE.
ii. JOHN MORGAN, b. Bef. 1820, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1884; m. MARGARET ANN ?.
iii. ROWLAND V. MORGAN, b. Bef. 1820; m. REBECCA J. MILLER, July 29, 1838.
iv. UNKNOWN INFANT MORGAN, b. Bef. 1820; d. DIED IN INFANCY.
v. SARILDA MORGAN, b. March 11, 1823; d. April 01, 1887; m. ESTRIDGE MILNER, July 21, 1841.
vi. MARY CATHERINE MORGAN, b. Abt. 1824; d. Aft. 1884; m. THOMAS MILNER, April 03, 1839.
vii. NANCY MORGAN, b. Bef. 1829; m. ABRAHAM H. HOLMES, February 01, 1844.
viii. WINNA ELLEN MORGAN, b. Bef. 1829, Edgar, Illinois; m. DAVID COLLINS, January 09, 1853.
ix. ELIZABETH MORGAN, b. Abt. 1833, Edgar, Illinois; m. ABRAM WILKINS, February 09, 1852.

21.  HANNAH5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born August 17, 1796 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died January 04, 1861 in Morgan County, Kentucky.   She married JOHN CASKEY April 04, 1816 in Floyd County Kentucky, son of THOMAS CASKEY and LYDIA HOPKINS.

Notes for JOHN CASKEY:
WAS IN 1820 CENSUS OF FLOYD CO. KY.
WAS IN 1830 CENSUS OF MORGAN CO. KY.


Children of HANNAH LEWIS and JOHN CASKEY are:
i. DIADAMIA (DAMY)6 CASKEY, b. September 15, 1817, Kentucky; d. April 14, 1865; m. PETER HENRY AMYX, JR., February 09, 1838, Morgan County, Kentucky.
ii. PERLINA CASKEY, b. 1819; d. 1856; m. THOMAS (RUNNING TOM) DAY, January 03, 1839, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for PERLINA CASKEY:
DIED IN ROUTE TO KANSAS


iii. LYDIA CASKEY, b. June 13, 1821; d. December 07, 1898; m. WILLIAM COGSWELL, November 06, 1843.
iv. HANNAH ANN CASKEY, b. 1824; m. ALFRED ELLINGTON, April 06, 1846.
v. WILLIAM MILES CASKEY, b. December 08, 1825, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. December 25, 1900, Galesburg, Illinois; m. ELIZABETH ANNE ELLINGTON, April 17, 1851.

Notes for WILLIAM MILES CASKEY:
DIED AT HOME OF HIS SON MILES GRANT CASKEY.
BURIED AT GALESBURG, ILLINOIS
WILLIAM WAS BORNN ON THE FAMILY FARM NORTH OF WEST LIBERTY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.

vi. MARY H. (POLLY) CASKEY, b. June 07, 1828; m. WILLIAM DYER CASKEY, February 15, 1864.
vii. ELIZABETH CASKEY, b. March 25, 1831; d. January 27, 1913; m. (1) JAMES M. HOWERTON, February 13, 1851; m. (2) JOSEPH COTTLE, December 04, 1863, Morgan County, Kentucky.
viii. ROBERT FRANKLIN CASKEY, b. May 23, 1834; d. March 11, 1912; m. LUCINDA ANN BLAIR, August 11, 1864.

Notes for ROBERT FRANKLIN CASKEY:
ROBERT F. CASKEY SERVED IN THE CIVIL WAR PROBABLY FOR THE CONFEDERATE FORCES AS A PRIVATE IN COMPANY C  5TH KENTUCKY MOUNTED RIFLEMEN FROM OCTOBER 26, 1861 TO MAY 10, 1865.


ix. MARY FRANCIS CASKEY, b. February 16, 1836, Kentucky; d. February 14, 1922; m. DAVID T.   (DAVE) HENRY, October 12, 1854, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for MARY FRANCIS CASKEY:
BURIED HENRY CEMETERY #10.
FROM MORGAN COUNTY, KY. LDS #0216835


Notes for DAVID T.  (DAVE) HENRY:
BURIED HENRY CEMETERY #10


22.  THOMAS5 LEWIS, JR. (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born July 27, 1798 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died July 27, 1888 in Scott Creek, Bath County, Kentucky.  He married (1) ELIZABETH MYNHEIR September 28, 1823 in Bath County Kentucky, daughter of JONATHAN MYNHEIR and HANNAH.  He married (2) SOPHIA BURCHETT February 11, 1830 in Floyd County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS LEWIS, JR.:
BURIED RT. 60 CEMETERY.
WAS IN 1830 MORGAN CO. KY. CENSUS
WAS IN 1840, 1850, 1870, & 1880  BATH CO. KY. CENSUS


Children of THOMAS LEWIS and ELIZABETH MYNHEIR are:
i. JONATHAN MYNHEIR6 LEWIS, b. August 03, 1824, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. September 18, 1886; m. (1) AMANDA SECREST, February 27, 1851; m. (2) ? ARNOLD, Aft. 1876.
ii. HENRY H. LEWIS, b. December 01, 1828, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880; m. MALVINA MOORE, December 16, 1858, Bath County, Kentucky.

Notes for HENRY H. LEWIS:
HENRY WAS A PHYSICIAN.
WAS IN 1870 CENSUS BATH CO.KY WHITE SULPHUR PRESCINCT NO. 1 FAMILY #46
WAS IN 1880 CENSUS BATH CO. KY. 4TH PRESC. POKESVILLE FAMILY # 124


iii. NANCY JANE LEWIS, b. December 30, 1830, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. June 28, 1890; m. JOHN W. ELLINGTON, March 07, 1855.

Notes for JOHN W. ELLINGTON:



iv. HANNAH LEWIS, b. February 04, 1833, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. October 23, 1870; m. (1) FARMER D. HAWKINS, March 15, 1854; m. (2) JAMES W. DANIEL, March 19, 1859.
v. MARY ANN (MOLLIE) LEWIS, b. April 01, 1835, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. FRANCIS MARION HASTIE, October 21, 1861, Bath County, Kentucky.
vi. LOUISA LEWIS, b. March 13, 1837, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. SAMUEL GREENWADE, December 30, 1858.
vii. HERMIA CYNTHIA LEWIS, b. January 02, 1839, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. SAMUEL HART, January 13, 1881.
viii. LUCINDA LEWIS, b. January 31, 1842, Bath County, Kentucky; d. November 23, 1861; m. JAMES W. EVANS, September 11, 1861, Bath County, Kentucky.
ix. ELIZABETH LEWIS, b. July 03, 1844, Bath County, Kentucky; d. January 07, 1917; m. GEORGE W. MCCORMICK, March 05, 1862, Bath County, Kentucky.
x. JOSEPHINE LEWIS, b. October 22, 1846, Bath County, Kentucky; d. September 28, 1876; m. JOHN R. THOMAS, January 14, 1868.

Notes for JOHN R. THOMAS:
JOHN WAS A SCHOOLTEACHER.


xi. MOSES HOPKINS LEWIS, b. September 05, 1849, Bath County, Kentucky; d. August 29, 1936; m. (1) ? BAIRD; m. (2) MARY E. FERRIS, December 05, 1868.
xii. SINTHA F. LEWIS, b. 1850, Bath County, Kentucky; d. Aft. 1880.

23.  DIADAMIA (DAMY)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born February 20, 1800 in Floyd County, Kentucky.  She married JESSIE COGSWELL October 15, 1818 in Floyd County Kentucky, son of JEDEDIAH COGSWELL and POLLY.

Children of DIADAMIA LEWIS and JESSIE COGSWELL are:
i. JAMES6 COGSWELL, b. 1818, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. June 04, 1879, Franklin County, Iowa; m. LUCINDA JOHNSON, 1836, Fleming County, Kentucky.
ii. MARY (POLLY) COGSWELL, b. 1819, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. July 11, 1859, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS, April 26, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS:
WAS IN 1870 & 1880 CENSUS OF MORGAN CO. KY.


iii. WILLIAM COGSWELL, b. December 22, 1820; d. August 09, 1903; m. LYDIA CASKEY, November 06, 1843.
iv. HANNAH COGSWELL, b. 1823; d. April 21, 1881; m. JOHN HENRYII, September 01, 1856.

Notes for JOHN HENRYII:
BIRTHDATE AND DEATH DATE FROM TOMBSTONE IN LEWIS-HENRY CEMETERY, INDEX, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


v. ELIZABETH (BETSY) DAY COGSWELL, b. 1825; m. (1) THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS; m. (2) THOMAS COGSWELL.

Notes for ELIZABETH (BETSY) DAY COGSWELL:
WIDOW OF THOMAS COGSWELL


Notes for THOMAS P SUPPINER LEWIS:
WAS IN 1870 & 1880 CENSUS OF MORGAN CO. KY.


vi. THOMAS COGSWELL, b. 1825, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. ELIZABETH DAY.
vii. EUNICE COGSWELL, b. 1827, Fleming County, Kentucky; d. October 01, 1859, Rowan County, Kentucky.
viii. EMILY COGSWELL, b. 1829.
ix. LYDIA COGSWELL, b. October 16, 1832, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. JOHN DAY.
x. JOHN W. COGSWELL, b. 1834, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. LOUISA (ELIZA) LEWIS, March 20, 1861.
xi. JEDEDIAH (JED) COGSWELL, b. 1836, Fleming County, Kentucky; m. MARGARET (POLLY ANN) COGSWELL, October 09, 1857, Rowan County, Kentucky.
xii. NANCY ANN COGSWELL, b. 1838, Floyd County, Kentucky.
xiii. ISAAC (IKE) COGSWELL, b. 1840; m. PARLINA LOVELESS.
xiv. JAMES WILBURN COGSWELL, b. 1844.

24.  GARDNER HOPKINS5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born November 08, 1801 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died December 12, 1887 in Blaze, Kentucky    Morgan County.  He married MARY (POLLY) AMYX October 05, 1825 in Morgan Co, KY, daughter of JAMES AMICK and NANCY BAKER.

Notes for MARY (POLLY) AMYX:
BURIED AT ROBINSON CEMETERY, PLEASANT RUN, WEST LIBERTY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.
INFORMATION ON MARY POLLY AMYX STATES THAT GRANNY POP AMYX CAME BY WAGON TRAIN FROM TENNESSEE TO KENTUCKY WITH HER BROTER TILLMAN AMYX WHEN SHE WAS 14 YEARS OLD. HER FATHER JAMES AMYX AND HER MOTHER NANCY BAKER AMYX.

Children of GARDNER LEWIS and MARY AMYX are:
i. NANCY ANN6 LEWIS, b. November 01, 1827, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. ELIHU BISHOP.
ii. ELLENDER (ELLEN) PRICE LEWIS, b. January 09, 1830, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. August 02, 1896; m. JOHN D. ROBERTSON, December 02, 1852, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for ELLENDER (ELLEN) PRICE LEWIS:
BURIED AT ROBERSON CEMETERY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.

Notes for JOHN D. ROBERTSON:
BURIED AT ROBERSON CEMETERY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.

iii. TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS, b. November 14, 1831, Pleasant Run Creek   Morgan County, Kentucky; d. December 22, 1916, Blaze, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) AMANDA (YALK) ELLIOTT; m. (2) HERMIONE LYNROSE ELLIOTT, October 21, 1853.

Notes for TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS:
TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS MARRIED HERMION LYNROSE ELLIOTT, AND HAD A SON, GARDNER HOPKINS LEWIS WHO MARRIED ANN ELIZABETH LEWIS, WHO HAD A SON NAMED TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS WHO MARRIED LILLAWAH CARTER FUGETT. BOTH TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS WERE NAMED FOR GARDNER HOPKINS LEWIS.

Notes for HERMIONE LYNROSE ELLIOTT:
NOTE:   HERMION LYNROSE ELLIOTT MARRIED TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS AND HAD SON GARDNER HOPKINS LEWIS WHO MARRIED ANN ELIZABETH LEWIS WHO HAD A SON NAMED TILLMAN AMYX LEWIS WHO MARRIED LILLAWAH CARTER FUGETT. BOTH TILLMAN AMYX  LEWIS FATHER WAS NAMED GARDNER HOPKINS LEWIS.


iv. LOUISA (ELIZA) LEWIS, b. 1835, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; m. JOHN W. COGSWELL, March 20, 1861.
v. DAMIE LEWIS, b. 1838, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky; d. Abt. 1868; m. (1) WILLIAM B. (WILL) ELLIOTT; m. (2) MILTON (MILT) ROBERTSON, August 09, 1859, Morgan County, Kentucky.
vi. FRANCIS (FRANK) LEWIS, b. 1841; d. Abt. 1860.

Notes for FRANCIS (FRANK) LEWIS:
KILLED AT MT. STERLING, KY. DURING THE CIVIL WAR.


vii. HANNAH LEWIS, b. 1843, Pleasant Run, Floyd County, Kentucky.
viii. UNKNOWN INFANT LEWIS, b. July 22, 1855, Kentucky; d. August 03, 1855, DIED YOUNG.

25.  EDMUND PRICE5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born August 05, 1803 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died Aft. 1850 in Wolfe County, Kentucky.   He married CYNTHIA COX December 26, 1824 in Morgan Co, Kentucky, daughter of JOHN COX and JUDITH SEXTON.

Notes for EDMUND PRICE LEWIS:
1870 MENIFEE COUNTY, KENTUCKY CENSUS, BEAVER PRECINCT #25
PRICE LEWIS AGE 70
CYNTHIA AGE 61


Children of EDMUND LEWIS and CYNTHIA COX are:
i. JOHN COX6 LEWIS, b. November 15, 1825; m. LUCINDA INGRAM, March 17, 1844, Morgan County, Kentucky.

Notes for JOHN COX LEWIS:
WAS IN 1850 & 1860 MORGAN CO. KY. CENSUS
WAS IN 1870 BATH CO. KY. CENSUS


ii. THOMAS LEWIS, b. July 23, 1827.
iii. JAMES C. LEWIS, b. May 02, 1829; d. Bef. 1870; m. PRUDENCE BARKER, January 29, 1848.
iv. POLK LEWIS, b. Aft. 1830.

26.  HENRY HOPKINS (ACY)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 04, 1808 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died Bef. 1880 in Pomp, Kentucky    Morgan County.  He married CATHERINE (KATIE) DYER February 07, 1833 in Morgan Co, Kentucky, daughter of WILLIAM DYER and HANNAH HOPKINS.

Notes for HENRY HOPKINS (ACY) LEWIS:
BURIED AT GREEN LEWIS CEMETERY, POMP, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


Children of HENRY LEWIS and CATHERINE DYER are:
i. BELINDA6 LEWIS, b. November 25, 1833, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. 1840, DIED 7 YEARS OLD.
ii. UNKNOWN INFANT LEWIS, b. April 14, 1835; d. DIED YOUNG.
iii. DAVID C. LEWIS, b. May 06, 1836, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. December 24, 1929; m. MANERVA JANE PHELPS, October 15, 1863.
iv. JOHN LEWIS, b. October 11, 1838, Kentucky; d. KILLED IN CIVIL WAR ON SCOTTS CREEK.
v. HENRY HARRISON LEWIS, b. January 20, 1841, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. August 12, 1909; m. HANNAH CATHERINE AMYX, August 23, 1864.

Notes for HANNAH CATHERINE AMYX:
BURIED AT WILLIAM H. LEWIS CEMETERY, MORGAN COUNTY, KY.


vi. THOMAS A. (LITTLE TOM) LEWIS, b. May 28, 1843, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. August 06, 1905; m. ANN M. LEWIS, December 25, 1864.

Notes for THOMAS A. (LITTLE TOM) LEWIS:
BURIED AT LEWIS CEMETERY, MORGAN CO. KY.


vii. HANNAH H. LEWIS, b. January 09, 1846, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. Bef. 1870; m. WILLIAM GREEN (WILLIS) OAKLEY, September 13, 1866.
viii. MARY (POLLY) LEWIS, b. May 29, 1848, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. August 11, 1899; m. WILLIAM GREEN (WILLIS) OAKLEY.
ix. LUCINDA (ELLEN) ALICE LEWIS, b. August 24, 1853, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. DIED YOUNG NEVER MARRIED.
x. JAMES FRANKLIN LEWIS, b. January 03, 1856, Morgan County, Kentucky; d. March 21, 1921; m. MARY FRANCES AMYX, March 21, 1877.

Notes for JAMES FRANKLIN LEWIS:
BURIED AT GREEN  LEWIS FAMILY CEMETERY POMP, MORGAN CO. KY.


Notes for MARY FRANCES AMYX:
BURIED AT GREEN LEWIS FAMILY CEMETERY AT POMP, MORGAN CO. KY.


27.  BELINDA (MALINDA)5 LEWIS (HANNAH4 HOPKINS, FRANCIS3, JOSEPH2, WILLIAM1) was born March 04, 1811 in Floyd County, Kentucky, and died May 28, 1886 in Morgan County, Kentucky.  She married DAVID M. COTTLE August 30, 1830 in Morgan  Co, Kentucky, son of JOSEPH COTTLE and NANCY NICKELL.

Notes for BELINDA (MALINDA) LEWIS:
BURIED COTTLE CEMETERY


Notes for DAVID M. COTTLE:
BURIED COTTLE CEMETERY


Children of BELINDA LEWIS and DAVID COTTLE are:
i. HENRY L.6 COTTLE, b. June 20, 1831; d. January 07, 1917; m. (1) MARY J. CLAYPOOL; m. (2) JANE IRENE HOWERTON, September 26, 1855.
ii. SARAH (SALLY) ANN COTTLE, b. 1833, Morgan County, Kentucky; m. (1) PERRY HOWERTON, December 16, 1848; m. (2) JAMES H. MCGUIRE, June 27, 1854, Morgan County, Kentucky.
iii. JAMES M. COTTLE, b. October 11, 1834, Chesterfield County, Virginia; d. March 12, 1917; m. (1) SUSAN ELAM; m. (2) SUSAN ELAM, September 03, 1860.
iv. ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) COTTLE, b. April 01, 1837; d. August 25, 1900; m. FRANCIS MARION JONES, May 11, 1866.
v. CYNTHIA ANN COTTLE, b. August 19, 1839; d. March 25, 1875; m.

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Hello,

I am trying to confirm information on JOHN HOPKINS Sr. born Aug 25, 1748 in
Harwich, Barnstable, Mass.  He married HANNAH CLARK on Dec 19, 1771 in the
same place.  By 1781 they were living in Ashfield, Franklin, Mass.  They
had 10 children, one of which was JOHN Jr. born abt 1774 who married PHEBE
DUNWELL in 1802, Brattleboro, Vt.  They may have had a son DAVID as shown
below.  If you can confirm or have links to this family line, I’d like to
>hear from you.
>
>DAVID HOPKINS (1804-1877) married PRISCILLA BLAKE (1807-1890), at
>Derby/Salem, Vermont on Feb 25, 1827.  The following children were all born
>in the USA, except for Maximilian and Hannah, who were born in Quebec,
>Canada.  David moved to Martinville, Quebec about 1861.  His obituary noted
>that he was a “native of Rhode Island”
>
>HENRY b. 1827
>ADELINE b. 1828  d. 1850
>JACOB b. 1830
>JULIA b. 1833  d. 1915
>HARRIET b. 1835
>MARRION b. 1837
>MAXIMILIAN b. 1840  d. 1863
>HANNAH b. 1841
>CARLOS b. 1843  d. 1907
>MEADE  BLAKE b. 1845  d. 1901
>AI TILDEN b. 1848  d. 1900 * my gg gf
>CLARA ANN b. 1850
>
>I have quite a bit of information on the children that I’d be happy to
>share.
>
>Donald Brown Hopkins
>Beaconsfield, Québec

I have information of William Hopkins or Roxbury, Ma  and his
descendents on my web page.  URL is http://members.aol.com/doylehop

Doyle Hopkins

 

I'm Cindy Clark [email protected]

- my husband's 4GGM was Eliza Hopkins, daughter of
Alexander Hopkins, info follows:

Husband: Alexander HOPKINS

     Will: 1778            Probate Court, Boston, MA               
    Death: 1784                                                   
Residence:                 Middle Street, North End, Boston, MA   
Marriage: 25 Aug 1767    Marblehead, MA                          

Wife: Elizabeth CHUB
                                           
  Baptism: 7 Jan 1738/39  Marblehead, MA
   Father: Nathaniell CHUB
   Mother: Mary

Children

1 F Hannah HOPKINS
   Baptism: 8 May 1768     Marblehead, MA                          

2 F (Elizabeth) Eliza (Betsy) HOPKINS
     Birth: 1772                                                   
     Death: 18 Feb 1856    Randolph, Norfolk, MA                   
    Burial:                 Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambri
Occupation:                 teacher                                 
    Spouse: William JENNINGS                                       
    Spouse: Philip HICHBORN (m 16 Sep 1792)                        

3 M Nathaniel HOPKINS

4 M Alexander HOPKINS
   Baptism: 29 Jul 1770    Marblehead, MA

 

 

Book Title   NEWCOMB FAMILY

Thomas Newcomb b abt 1668 m ELIZABETH COOK at Eastham, Mass 10/1693 dau of
JOSIAH & DEBORAH (HOPKINS) COOK grand dau of JOSEPH COOK of Eastham 1635. she
b 6/1674 resided in N part of Eastham
                 children
                 Edward b 8/3/1695
                 Thomas b 8/13/1697 m Hepzibah  m 2nd Mary Tilton
                 Simon b 11/30/1699 m Lydia Brown m 2nd Sarah
                 Deborah m 1/28/1729 Thomas Larkin
                 Mary m 4/11/1723 Luke Stubbs
                 Josiah   bap 6/2/1717
                 Elizabeth m 7/24/1729 Joshua Pierce
                 Ebenezer m Thankful Freeman m 2nd Experience Brown
                Joseph m Mary Eldridge


Silas Newcomb b 12/16/1767 m 2nd Susannah COOK who died in Hingham

John E Newcomb b 3/1/1807 m 2nd 1855 Mrs COOK who lives in St Louis Mo

Mary Judith Newcomb m 3/5/1856 James P COOK, merchant at 343 Broadway,NY

Samuel Newcomb b 1816 m Betsy COOK res Fairdale, Pa

Silas Newcomb b 1789 m Ruth COOK 1811 res Higham, Mass

Allen Newcomb b 8/6/1816 farmer m 2nd 8/29/1865 Lizzie A COOK of Plymouth res
South Newburgh

Asaph F Newcomb b 8/20/1828 farmer m Sophia Abigail dau of Henry & Elizabeth Z
COOK b 5/12/1832

John Franklin Newcomb b 9/2/1834 m 1/28/1856 Diana COOK res Hamilton, Ill had
6 sons and 2 dau

Jonathan Newcomb b 11/7/1774 m 11/15/1795 Jane COOK of Eastham b 3/6/1773 d
6/7/1857

Carol Frazier
15625 Curtis Circle
Sonora, CA 95370
(209) 533-3476
email to [email protected]


RICHARD KIRBY came from Massachusetts to Long Island and settled at
Littleworth, near Hempstead Harbor.

Richard KIRBY married Elizabeth ARNOLD HOPKINS in 1674.    She was the widow
of Joseph HOPKINS, already having two children by him, Anne and Ichabod.

According to his will at Oyster Bay, Richard KIRBY had four children:
1)  Thomas
    It is unlikely that the mother of Thomas was Elizabeth, as Thomas
    married her daughter, Anne.  The mother of Thomas could have been
    Patience GIFFORD,  who would have been the second wife to Richard
    KIRBY, Sr.
    The children of Thomas and Anne HOPKINS KIRBY were:
       - William m. 1733 to Sarah WILLETS
       - Thomas m. Rosannah CARPENTER
       - Richard died of smallpox, apparently unmarried
       - Daniel m. Hannah LATTING
       - Mary m. Henry VALENTINE
       - Elizabeth m. Benjamin THORNYCRAFT

2)  William
3)  Elizabeth
4)  Mary

Thank you,
Beverly G. Kirby-McDonough

[email protected]

  This is what I found in my book, Thomas Hopkins of Provinence and Orster
Bay and many of his Descendants Secon Edition  Revised and Enlarged,
Complied by Frank Roy Kepler , Member of the Detroit Historical Society and
Detroit Society for Genealogical Redearch, Duplicated in Detroit, Michigan
1954.
No Official list of passangers coming with William Arnold's family has
been found but the persons named in the "Family Record" written by him
contains the name of persons who came,  if not in the same, in another ship
about the same time.  The Arnold group as given in  The Arnold Merorial
included:

William Arnold, aged 48, son of Nicholas and Alice (Gully) Arnold of
Ilchester; Christian Peack (wife), age 51, daughter of Thomas Peak of Muchelney
anciently Molchelney.
Children:
Elizabeth Arnold, aged 23
Benedict Arnold, aged 19
Joane Arnold, aged 17
Stephen Arnold, aged 12
Children of William and Joane (Arnold) Hopkins
Thomas Hopkins, aged 19
Frances Hopkins, aged 21
William Man husband of Frances Hopkins
William Carpenter son of Richard Carpenter of Amesbury, Wiltshire, husband
of Elizabeth Arnold Stulkelcy Westcott, 43 of Yeovil and his wife, name unknown.
Children: Robert Westcott, Samuel Westcott 13 b. at Yeovil 3-31-1622.
  A portion of the contents of the "Family Record: originally written by
william Arnold and appearing in the The Arnold Merorial, page 11 and 12, is
presented here.

                                                            1
A register or true account of my own age with my mother, my wife, my
Brother and Sisters and Other of my friends and acquaintance.
1. Imprinis alice Gully the daughter of John Gully of Northover,  who was
my mother was Baptised ye 29 of September 1553.
2. Tamsine my sister was Baptized ye 4 of Jan. 1571
3. Joane Arnold my sister was Baptized the 30 of Nov, the year 1577
4. Margery Arnold my sister was Baptized 30, of Aug. 1581
5. I William Arnold, Their Brother was Borne the 24, of June 1587
6. Robert Arnold my Brother was Baptized the 18th of Oct. 1593
7. Elizabeth Arnold, My Sister was born the 9 of April 1596
                                                      2
8. Thomas Arnold, my Brother my mother in Lawes was Baptized the 18 of
April 1599
9. Elenor Arnold my sister was Baptized the 30 of July, 1603
Note.  William Arnold gave the name and ages of his sister Tamzen's
Children.  There were seven children:  Robert, Francis, John, William,
Alice,
Mary and Thomas Hacker
                                                      3
1.  Christian the daughter of Thomas Peak of Mucheny my wife was Baptized
15 of February 1583
2.  Elizabeth Arnold our daughter was borne the 23 of December 1611
3.  Benedict Arnold her Brother was borne 21 of December 1615
4.  Joane Arnold their Sister was borne 27 of Feb. 1617
5.  Steven Arnold their Brother was borne 22 of Decembeer 1622
The age of my Sister Joane's Children
1.  Francis Hopkins was Baptized the 28 of May 1614.
2.  Thomas Hopkins her brother was Baptized the 7 of April 1616
3.  Elizabeth Hopkins was Baptized the 3 of July 1619
The "Family Record" Written by William Arnold from which the above exaerpts

were taken are corraborated by the church registers found at Northover and
the "Bishop's Transcript" at wells, 1595-1635.  It was found that the
"Family Record" of the Arnold Family is Correborated by the Bishop's Transcripts that
contain many returns from St. Mary's Church of Ilchester.
  Mr. Arnold cites from four items of evidence that authonticate the name
and  dates in the William and Joane (Arnold) Hopkins line.
1. Family record brought from England by William Arnold
2.  Deed from William Carpenter, recorded at Providence.
3.  researches made in the sumer of 1902 at Northover, Wells and elsewhere
in England by Edson Sailsbury jones, Esq. of Port Chester, New York.
4.  Bishop's Transcripts of Somerset parish records now bening published by

N. Dwelly of Hunts, England
1-  Thomas Hopkins, son of William Hopkins
and Joane Arnold of Yeovil
England; bpt. April 7, 1616 d. 1684 at Littleworth Plantation, Oyster Bay,
New York;  m. abt. 1648.  The wife died prior to the out breck of King
Philip's War in 1675 and her husband's departure for Oyster Bay.  Thomas Hopkins died while living with a daughter-in-law Elizabeth who was the wife of Richard Kirby. .   By her
former husband she had children names Icabod and Anne Hopkins.  This Elizabeth is supposed to be the daughter- in- law of Thomas and former wife of a son who had died before or soon after settlement of a part of the family on Long Island   The manner of settlement of the estate of Thomas Hopkins is given in the Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island page 324. It is as follows:

1684, Sept. 17
It was order by authorities of Oyster Bay on application of William and Thomas Hopkins of Providence, sons of deceased, that an inventory should be taken of the estate of said Thomas Hopkins, deceased at the house of Richard Kirby.  Thomas Hopkins died on or before Nov. 10, 1684.  On receipt of letter from Richard Kirby in regard to the death of Thomas Hopkins, the two sons in Providence to whom the letter was addressed, wrote to the Selectmen of Oyster Bay, of plantation called Littleworth, asking them to appoint Ephrain Carpenter and William Thornicraft to look after the matter of the estate for them.   For we do conclude them to be men knowing as to our
father's affairs, etc. 1685, Oct. 29.    Administration on the estate having been given to the oldest son, William Hopkins.  He wrote to the authorities at Oyster Bay,  that with consent of
younger brother, Thomas, he desired the estate movable of his father divided as follows:
  To our sister Elizabeth Kirby, wife of Richard Kirby- 1os, and each of her children by him-5s, and all the rest of estate not before disposed of to the children Anne and Icabod of our said sister Elizabeth which she had before she married Richard Kirby

Here is the group from Great Barrington MA.


cay devin
[email protected]
----------------------------------------------------
HOPKINS ---  MA


The Rev. Dr. Samuel Hopkins Family of MA


1. Rev. Dr. Samuel Hopkins 
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 17 Sep 1721
Birth Place: Waterbury, Connecticut
Death Date: 20 Dec 1803
Death Place: Newport, Rhode Island
Occupation: Minister at Great Barrington, MA & Newport, RI
Education: Yale - 1741 Divinity , licensed to preach 1742.

Parents: Captain Timothy Hopkins  (1691-1749)
Mary Judd (1701-1744)
See John Hopkins Family in CT area

Notes:   See Hopkins - CT  for more information on Rev. Dr. Samuel
Hopkins life.

Spouse: Joanna Ingersoll
Birth Date: 1 Feb 1725
Birth Place: Springfield, MA
Death Date: 31 Aug 1793
Death Place: Great Barrington, Mass.
Spouse Father: Moses Ingersoll (1725-)
Spouse Mother: Catherine

Marriage Date: 13 Jan 1748
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, Mass.

Children: 1.1. Moses  Hopkins
1.2. David  Hopkins
1.3. Levi  Hopkins
1.4. Elizabeth Hopkins
1.5. Joanna Hopkins
1.6. Samuel Hopkins
1.7. Daniel Hopkins
1.8. Rhonda Hopkins


Spouse   2: Elizabeth West



1.1 Moses Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 13 Mar 1750
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Berkshire, Mass
Christen Date: 13 Mar 1750
Christen Place: Great Barrington, Berkshire, Mass.
Death Date: 9 Mar 1838
Death Place: Great Barrington, Berkshire, Mass.

Spouse: Anna Whiting
Birth Date: 8 Nov 1754
Death Date: 22 Jul 1834
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Spouse Father: Lieut. Gamaliel Whiting (1727-1790)
Spouse Mother: Anna Gilett (1738-1808)

Marriage Date: 4 May 1775
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Children: 1.1.1. Mark Hopkins
1.1.2. Betsey Hopkins
1.1.3. Nancy Hopkins
1.1.4. Richard Hopkins
1.1.5. Charles Whiting Hopkins
1.1.6. Thomas Hopkins
1.1.7. Edward Hopkins


1.1.1 Mark Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 29 Jun 1779
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Berkshire, Mass
Death Date: 27 Nov 1828
Death Place: St. Clair, Mich.
Occupation: State Representative (MA); Judge of Probate & Postmaster -Mi

Notes:
>From New York Genealogy & Bio. Records Vol. 43 1912
Page - 259. 

  Born Great Barrington, June 29th, 1779; died Nov. 27th 1828, at St.
Clair, Mich. He was a son of Moses and Anna (Whiting) Hopkins.  He moved
to Henderson, NY in 1805. He was a Captain of Volunteers in the War of
1812, and state representative.  He moved with his family to St. Clair,
Mich. in 1824, and was Judge of Probate and Postmaster there.  7
children, first 2 born in Great Barrington and rest born in Henderson,
NY.

Spouse: Anastasia  Lukens Kellogg
Birth Date: 29 Feb 1780
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Mass.
Death Date: 4 May 1837
Death Place: Lockport, NY
Spouse Father: Ezra Kellogg (1754-1833)
Spouse Mother: Mary Whiting  (1758-1837)

Marriage Date: 19 Oct 1800
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, Mass

Children: 1.1.1.1 Mark Hopkins
1.1.1.2. Moses Hopkins
1.1.1.3. Samuel Frederick  Hopkins             
1.1.1.4. Henry   Kellogg Hopkins
1.1.1.5. Augustus Kellogg Hopkins
1.1.1.6. William Hopkins
1.1.1.7. Ezra Augustus Hopkins


1.1.1.1.  Mark Hopkins  (See MARK HOPKINS of CA area)
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1813
Birth Place: Henderson, New York
Death Date: 29 Mar 1878
Death Place: Yuma, AZ
Burial Place: Sacramento City Cemetery in Sacramento CA
Occupation: treasuer/part owner of Central Pacific Railroad
Religion: Congregationalist .

Spouse: Mary Frances Sherwood (cousin to Mark)
Birth Date: 8 Mar 1818
Birth Place: Greenfield, Fairfield, CT (?)
Death Date: 25 Jul 1891
Death Place: Methuen, Mass.
Religion: Congregationalist
Spouse Father: William Sherwood (1786-1871)
Spouse Mother: Lydia Ann Kellogg (1793-1865)

Marriage Date: 20 Sep 1854
Marriage Place: New York, NY

Children: Timothy (Nolan) (Adopted)


  SEE  MARK HOPKINS .OF . CA  area


1.1.1.2. Moses Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 19 Jan 1817
Birth Place: Henderson, NY
Death Date: 3 Feb 1892
Death Place: San Francisco, CA
Burial Place: Sacramento, CA
Occupation: Merchant, Farmer, Capitalist  - executor of Mark's estate


Spouse: Emily Benedict
Birth Date: 14 Nov 1841
Death Date: 12 May 1925
Death Place: New York, NY

Marriage Date: 19 Jan 1884
Marriage Place: New York  , NY


1.1.1.3.  Samuel Frederick Hopkins
-------------------------------------------
(See Samuel F. Hopkins in MI area)

Birth Date: 15 Sep 1803
Birth Place: Hinsdale, Berkshire, Mass.
Death Date: 21 Jun 1884
Death Place: St. Clair, Mich.
Occupation: Carpenter
Religion: Congregational Church in St. Clair, Mich.

Spouse: Mary  Ann Keeney
Birth Date: 21 Jul 1807
Birth Place: Hardford, Conn.
Death Date: 15 Apr 1891
Death Place: St. Clair, Michigan
Spouse Father: Asahel Keeney (1776-)
Spouse Mother: Theodosia Woodruff

Marriage Date: 4 Jul 1831
Marriage Place: Berlin, Hartford, Conn.

Children: Mark Hopkins
. Charles Henry Hopkins
Orin  Kellogg Hopkins
William  Sherwood Hopkins
Mary  Frances Hopkins
Samuel  Asahel Hopkins
Edward  Whiting Hopkins


See Samuel Frederick Hopkins in MI area



1.1.1.4 Henry   Kellogg Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 15 Jun 1807
Birth Place: Henderson, Jefferson, NY
Occupation: prominence Lawyer in Lockport, NY

Spouse: Juliette E. Buell
Birth Date: 15 Aug 1815
Birth Place: Bergen, NY
Spouse Father: Daniel Wilcox Buell
Spouse Mother: Melinda Richardson

Marriage Date: 20 Jun 1832
Marriage Place: Bergen, Genesee, NY


1.1.1.5 Augustus Kellogg Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 13 Jul 1801
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Mass.
Death Date: 20 Aug 1817
Death Place: Great Barrington, Mass.


1.1.1.6 William Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 18 Sep 1811
Birth Place: Henderson, NY
Death Date: 31 Jan 1815
Death Place: Henderson, NY


1.1.1.7 Ezra Augustus Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 22 Sep 1821
Birth Place: Henderson, NY
Death Date: 14 Aug 1865
Death Place: Sacramento, Ca
Occupation: Worked for  brother Mark in CA



1.1.2 Betsey Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 6 May 1781
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 26 Dec 1812
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Notes:
>From "John Hopkins"

Caleb Stanley was a trader in parntership with his brother George
Stanley.  After residing in Charleston, South Carolina, for several
years, his wife being in poor health, they sailed from that city for New
York, 23 Nov 1812.  A gale commenced on the 28th and the vessel was
wrecked about 130 miles from New York.  They were rescued and arrived in
Great Barrington, 20 Dec 1812, but the hardships and fatigue were too
great for her feeble health and she died six days later.

Caleb later married Betsey's sister Nancy.

Spouse: Caleb Stanley
Birth Date: 27 Aug 1773
Birth Place: Wethersfield, Connecticut
Death Date: 10 Jun 1854
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Marriage Date: 10 Aug 1800/1807

Children: Moses Hopkins Stanley 
b.  Nov 1807  Great Barrington, MA
d.  4 May 1856 Watertown, NY


1.1.3 Nancy Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 15 May 1783
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 8 Jan 1856
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Spouse: Caleb Stanley
Birth Date: 27 Aug 1773
Birth Place: Wethersfield, Connecticut
Death Date: 10 Jun 1854
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Marriage Date: 3 Sep 1815
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts


1.1.4 Richard Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 17 Feb 1785
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 25 Apr 1822


1.1.5 Charles Whiting Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 5 Feb 1787
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 16 May 1862
Death Place: Mobile, Alabama
Occupation: owned a tannery in Great Barrington 1830-1850

Spouse: Mina Fairchild
Death Date: 8 Aug 1868
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Marriage Date: 28 Jun 1810
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts


1.1.6 Thomas Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 9 Feb 1789
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 1 Aug 1830

1.1.7 Edward Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 10 May 1791
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 6 Oct 1828
Death Place: St. Clair, Michigan



1.2 David Hopkins  (See David Hopkins of MD)
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 2 Dec 1748
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Mass.

Spouse: Polly (Mary Hill) Dorsey

Children: George Washington Hopkins
William Lux Hopkins


1.3  Levi Hopkins (See Levi Hopkins of WV)
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 31 Mar 1753
Birth Place: Great Barrington, MA
Death Date: 1 Sep 1835
Death Place: Preston County, Virginia (now WV)
Occupation: farmer , private in Rev. War- MA
Education: studied at Princeton College

Spouse 1: Abigail Stevens
Death Date: 1798/1811
Death Place: WV
Spouse Father: Robert Stevens

Marriage Date: 7 Dec 1777
Marriage Place: East Greenwich, RI

Children: Antiss Elizabeth Hopkins
William Stevens Hopkins
Samuel Hopkins
Daniel Hopkins
Edward Hopkins
Esther Hopkins
Aurelia Hopkins



Spouse 2: Elizabeth Yance (widow of David Looper)
Death Place: Ogden, Michigan

Marriage Date: 10 Sep 1811
Marriage Place: Allegany  County, Maryland

Children: Abigail Hopkins
Levi Hopkins
Elizabeth Hopkins
Samuel Hopkins
Baby Hopkins



1.4 Elizabeth Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 6 Mar 1755
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Christen Date: 15 Apr 1755
Christen Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 25 Oct 1790
Death Place: Fayetteville, North Carolina

Spouse: Dr. John Sibley MD
Birth Date: 19 May 1757
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 1837
Death Place: Louisiana

Marriage Date: Circa 1781
Marriage Place: Great Barrington, MA

Children: George Champlin Sibley b. Apr 1782 Great Barrington, MA

Samuel Hopkins Sibley b. Dec 1785 Newport RI
d. 23 Aug 1886 Fredericksburg, VA
invented Sibley tent used by army for years



1.5 Joanna Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 9 May 1757
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Christen Date: 12 Jun 1757
Christen Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 15 Jun 1786
Death Place: Medway, Massachusetts

Spouse: Simon Fisher
Birth Date: 1748
Birth Place: Medway, Massachusetts
Death Date: 10 Sep 1818
Death Place: Medway, Massachusetts

Marriage Place: Newport, RI

Children: Joanna Fisher b. 3 Nov 1782 Medway, MA



1.6 Samuel Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 6 Sep 1759
Birth Place: Great Barrington, MA
Christen Date: 14 Oct 1759
Christen Place: Great Barrington, MA
Death Date: 23 Feb 1813
Death Place: West Genoa, NY
Occupation: farmer , soilder in Rev. War - MA

Spouse: Louisa Sibley
Birth Date: 7 Sep 1763
Death Date: 22 Apr 1845
Death Place: West Genoa, NY

Children: 1.6.1 Charles Hopkins
1.6.2. Joanna Ingersoll Hopkins
1.6.3. Daniel I. Hopkins
1.6.4. George W. Hopkins
1.6.5. Samuel Judd Hopkins


1.6.1 Charles Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 18 Jul 1786
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Spouse: Emma Adams


1.6.2 Joanna Ingersoll Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 2 Jun 1778
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Spouse: Zenocrates West
Spouse Father: Amos C. West

Children: Maria West
George West
Samuel West
Louisa West
Amos West



1.6.3 Daniel I. Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 25 May 1797
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 16 May 1824
Death Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

1.6.4 George W. Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 3 Apr 1801
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

1.6.5 Samuel Judd Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 10 Aug 1808
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts

Spouse: Hannah L. Moorhouse



1.7 Daniel Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 29 May 1763
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 26 Feb 1788
Death Place: Elk Rigde (Baltimore), Maryland


1.8 Rhonda Hopkins
---------------------------------------------
Birth Date: 13 Jan 1766
Birth Place: Great Barrington, Massachusetts
Death Date: 22 Sep 1792
Death Place: Newport, Rhode Island

Spouse: Capt. John Anthony

Marriage Date: 2 Aug 1789
Marriage Place: Newport, RI

Children: Hopkins Anthony b. Sep 1792  Newport RI

Sources:

1.  Book "John Hopkins (of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1634) and Some of
His Descendants" by  Timothy  Hopkins 1932  Stanford University Press.

2. IGI - International Genealogical Index - (IGI) 1993 ED.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

3.Book -  "New England Historical & Genealogical Register" Jan 1851  
Page 43. " Ancestors of Rev. Samuel Hopkins DD or Newport and their
Children"

4. Book - "New England Marriages Prior to 1700"

5.  Book - " Marriages, Town of Hartford, CT"  by  Nutmegger   1977 vol
10, No 1 and 2 Pg 30 -

6. CA Historical Society Quarterly... Vol 5 & 15.


Cay Devin <[email protected]

To the best of my knowledge, my husband's Hopkins:


His Grandmother: Grace Lelma Hopkins b.26 Nov.1882,Hermon, Maine
parents: Geo. Melville Hopkins b. 12 Oct 1859, Hingham, Mass, and #2 wife
Izora Belle Packard
His parents:Geo. Washington Hopkins b.15 July 1833, Hampden, Maine and
Mathilda K. Brown
His parents: Isaac Hopkins Jr. b 2 Feb,1811, and Mary H. Miller
His parents:(Capt) Isaac Hopkins b 25 Oct 1776 and Elizabeth Atwood
His parents: Isaac Hopkins b.25 Oct 1752,Eastham,Mass and #1 wife Sarah Hurd
His fparents: Isaac Hopkins b 10 March 1712/13, Harwich, Mass and #1 wife
Thankful Smith.
His parents:Joseph Hopkins b 1688,Eastham, Mass. and Mary Mayo
His parents:Stephen Hopkins b Sept 1642,Yarnouth-Eastham, Mass. and Mary
Merrick
His parents Giles Hopkins b.19 Juny 1609, England and
Catherine(Katherne/Catorne according to Savage's Dict. of N.E.)Whelden
His parents: Stephen Hopkins(arrived on Mayflower) and #1 wife Constance
Dudley.


I have children of each. [email protected]

 


I am trying to confirm information on JOHN HOPKINS Sr. born Aug 25, 1748 in
Harwich, Barnstable, Mass.  He married HANNAH CLARK on Dec 19, 1771 in the
same place.  By 1781 they were living in Ashfield, Franklin, Mass.  They
had 10 children, one of which was JOHN Jr. born abt 1774 who married PHEBE
DUNWELL in 1802, Brattleboro, Vt.  They may have had a son DAVID as shown
below.  If you can confirm or have links to this family line, I’d like to
hear from you.

DAVID HOPKINS (1804-1877) married PRISCILLA BLAKE (1807-1890), at
Derby/Salem, Vermont on Feb 25, 1827.  The following children were all born
in the USA, except for Maximilian and Hannah, who were born in Quebec,
Canada.  David moved to Martinville, Quebec about 1861.  His obituary noted
that he was a “native of Rhode Island”

HENRY b. 1827
ADELINE b. 1828  d. 1850
JACOB b. 1830
JULIA b. 1833  d. 1915
HARRIET b. 1835
MARRION b. 1837
MAXIMILIAN b. 1840  d. 1863
HANNAH b. 1841
CARLOS b. 1843  d. 1907
MEADE  BLAKE b. 1845  d. 1901
AI TILDEN b. 1848  d. 1900 * my gg
CLARA ANN b. 1850

I have quite a bit of information on the children that I’d be happy to
share.

Donald Brown Hopkins [email protected]
Beaconsfield, Québec

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, Erastus, clergyman, b. in Hadley, Mass., 7 April, 1810; d. in
Northampton, Mass., 24 Jan., 1872.  He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1830,
studied at Andover theological seminary in 1833, and was graduated at
Princeton theological seminary in 1834.  He was ordained pastor of the
Presbyterian church on Beach Island, S.C., in 1835, and of the 2d
Presbyterian church in Troy, N.Y., in 1837-'41, and then removed to
Northampton, Mass., where he was for seven years president of the
Connecticut river railroad company, and for many years represented that town
in the legislature, being particularly active in the Free-soil and early
Republican movements.  He is the author of "The Family a Religious
Institution" (Troy, 1840), and several political and religious articles in
periodicals.  His brother, Samuel, clergyman, b. in Hadley, Mass., 11 April,
1807; d. in Northampton, Mass., 11 Feb., 1887, was graduated at Dartmouth in
1827, and at Andover theological seminary in 1831.  He officiated
successively as pastor of various Presbyterian churches, and after retiring
from active work, resided in Milton, N.Y., and afterward at Northampton,
Mass.  He published, besides contributions to periodicals, "The Youth of the
Old Dominion" (Boston, 1857) and "History of the Puritans" (1859-'60).

Typed by Kathryn Hopkins, [email protected]

 

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 258
HOPKINS, Samuel, author, b. in Hadley, Mass., 11 April, 1807; d. in
Northampton, Mass., 10 Feb., 1887.  His great-grandfather, the Rev. Samuel,
of West Springfield, Mass., who was married to a sister of Jonathan Edwards,
published "Historical Memoirs Relating to the Housatunnuk Indians" (1753).
He was graduated at Dartmouth in 1827, studied theology in the Andover
seminary, was ordained at  Montpelier, Vt., on 26 Oct, 1831, was pastor
there four years, and afterward seven at Saco, Me., and after 1844 preached
for several years as stated supply at Standish, Me.  He published "Lessons
at the Cross," under the penname of "Samuel Hartley" (Boston, 1853); and the
same year a second edition under his own name.  He was also the author of
"The Youth of the Old Dominion," based on colonial annals (1856); and "The
Puritans and Queen Elizabeth" (1860), which passed through several editions.
He wrote an essay on the signification of certain Hebrew words, which Prof.
Edwards A. Park began to publish in the "Bibliotheca Sacra"; but after two
installments had appeared the publication was discontinued on account of the
conclusions that were suggested by his researchers.

Typed by Kathryn Hopkins, [email protected]

 

I have a Demaris (Demarius) Hopkins and Jacob Cook(e), also.  Demaris
Hopkins was the daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher and was
born aft. 1627 in Plymouth.  Leilani Spring [email protected]

This is the Hopkins line of my husband  could use help on this

1 William Hopkins  b 1637  Roxbury,Mass.
   + Hannah Andrews   b  1639  Roxbury,Mass.                               
                        2 Joseph Hopkins  Sr. b 8 Mar 1666 Kingstown,R.I.
d 15 May 1735 E.Greenwick,R.I.
      + Phebe Spenser
3 Joseph Hopkins Jr. b 8 Apr 1698 Kingstown,R.I. d 1733   R.I.
    + Mary
4 Francis Hopkins b 1720-1721 E.Greenwick,R.I. d 1778-1779 Washington,Va.
     + Mercy Mary Joslin  b 2 Feb 1721  E Greenwick,R.I.   marr  1 Sep 1743
R.I.
5 Hannah Hopkins b 13 Mar 1766 Orange co,N.Y. d 15 Aug 1852 Pomp,Morgan co
Ky
     + Thomas Lewis   b 3 May 1755 Wales      d  9 Sep.1849 Pomp,Morgan
co,Ky                                       marr    3 Mar 1852  Washington
co. Va. 

phyllis ferguson [email protected]


Vital Records of Abington, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
Abington Births to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Martha A. [———], w. Isaac,——, 1834. gravestone record, Maplewood
Cemetery, Webster Street, Rockland


Vital Records of Abington, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
Abington Births to the Year 1850

JENKINS, John Hopkins, son Nath[anie]l and Eunice, Mar. 5, 1815.

Vital Records of New Bedford, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
New Bedford Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Charlotte, w. Stephen, Nov. 9, 1834, age 32, gravestone record, Griffin Street
Cemetery, New Bedford

VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
GILL MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850
page 59
HOPKINS, Fanny M. of Winchester, N.H., and William Wright, publishment of intention of
marriage Aug. 15, 1840. [p.59]

VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
GILL MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850
page 77
WRIGHT, William and Fanny M. Hopkins, publishment of intention of marriage Aug. 15, 1840.
[p.77]

VITAL RECORDS OF GILL, MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
GILL DEATHS To The Year 1850

RIDDEL, Lucy, w Rev. W[illia]m, d Rev. Dr. Hopkins of Hadley, Dec. 17, 1813, age 45.
gravestone record

Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachussetts To the Year 1850
STURBRIDGE BIRTHS

CROSBY, Sobriety Hopkins, s. jeremiah and Deliverance, Mar. 4, 1805.

Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachussetts To the Year 1850
STURBRIDGE MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850

BRACKETT, Merrick [publishment of intention of marriage Bracket], 24, shoemaker, of
Southbridge, s. Moses and Lucinda, and Nancy Hopkins, widow [publishment of intention of
marriage omits widow], 41, d. Daniel Willard:and Mary, Mar. 5, 1849.

Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachussetts To the Year 1850
STURBRIDGE MARRIAGES TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Nancy, widow [publishment of intention of marriage omits widow], 41, d. Daniel
Willard and Mary, and Merrick Brackett [publishment of intention of marriage Bracket], 24,
shoemaker, of Southbridge, s. Moses and Lucinda, Mar. 5, 1849.

Vital Records of Sturbridge, Massachussetts To the Year 1850
STURBRIDGE DEATHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, David, ——, 1843.

VITAL RECORDS OF TYRINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
TYRINGHAM BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Jemima, child Nehemiah and Tryphena, July 2, 1753. church record
(Congregational, at Monterey)


VITAL RECORDS OF TYRINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
TYRINGHAM BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Rachel, child Nehemiah and Tryphena, Sept. 2, 1757. church record
(Congregational, at Monterey)


VITAL RECORDS OF TYRINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
TYRINGHAM BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Tryphena, child Nehemiah and Tryphena, May 4, 1755. church record
(Congregational, at Monterey)


VITAL RECORDS OF TYRINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS, TO THE YEAR 1850
TYRINGHAM DEATHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Rachel, d. Neh[emiah] and Tryphena, Aug. 5, 1758, age 11 m. 3 d. church record
(Congregational, at Monterey)


Vital Records of Westport, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850
Westport Births to the Year 1850
page 57
HOPKINS, Susan Maria, d. W[illia]m, meriner, and Ann, Jan. 1, 1846. [p.57]

Vital Records of Westport, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850
Westport Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, William and Mrs. Ann S. Wing, publishment of intention of marriage Dec. 20, 1842.

Vital Records of Westport, Massachusetts, to the Year 1850
Westport Marriages to the Year 1850

WING, Ann S., Mrs., and William Hopkins, publishment of intention of marriage Dec. 20, 1842.

VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
ABBREVIATIONS

P.R.4. — private record, from a diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the
possession (1928) of Winthrop H. Hopkins of Chicago


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

CAMPBELL, Electa Althea, child Charles, baptized Oct. 14, 1838, church record, Agawam
Congregational Church [Elthea E., w. W[illia]m F. Hopkins, born ——, 1838, gravestone
record, Agawam Cemetery, Agawam Centre ]

VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Amanda, d. Ens. Hopkins, baptized Apr. 21, 1765, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Amanda, d. Ens. Timo[thy], baptized Aug. 30, 1767, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Augustus, son Ens. Timo[thy], baptized Jan. 15, 1764, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Bela, "a lad," son Ens. Timothy, baptized July 15, 1788, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Edward, son Ens. Timo[thy], baptized May 26, 1771, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Esther, d. Rev. Sam[ue]ll, baptized July 22, 1733, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Esther, d. Ens. Timo[thy], baptized Jan. 15, 1758, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Hannah, d. Rev. Mr. Hopkins, baptized Jan. 31, 1730-1, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Hannah, d. Ens. Timo[thy], baptized Oct. 5, 1760, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, John Worthington, son Ens. Timo[thy], baptized Apr. 11, 1733, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Joseph, son Ens. Timo[thy], baptized July 15, 1759, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Malah, d. Ens. Tim[othy], baptized Mar. 4, 1770, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Samuel, son Rev. Sam[ue]ll, baptized Oct. 26, 1729, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Timothy, son Rev. Sam[ue]ll, baptized June 23, 1728, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

HOPKINS, Timothy, son Ens. Timothy, baptized June 27, 1762, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


VITAL RECORDS OF WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS TO THE YEAR 1850
WEST SPRINGFIELD BIRTHS TO THE YEAR 1850

——, child Rev. Samuel and Esther, June 23, 1728, private record, from a diary of the Rev.
Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H. Hopkins of
Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
ABBREVIATIONS

P.R.4.—private record, from a diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the
possession (1928) of Winthrop H. Hopkins of Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

BEDORTHA, Benj[amin] (Bodurtha) and Bathsheba Frost, Nov. 28, 1728,* private record,
from a diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of
Winthrop H. Hopkins of Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

DAY, Samuel junior and —— ——, Nov. 21, 1728,* private record, from a diary of the Rev.
Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H. Hopkins of
Chicago

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

EDWARDS, Esther and Rev. Samuel Hopkins [q.v.].

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

FROST, Bathsheba and Benj[amin] Bodurtha, Nov. 28, 1728,* private record, from a diary of
the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H. Hopkins
of Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Esther and Isaac [worn]ton [duplicate and intention of marriage Newton] [q.v.].


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Hannah and Jo[h]n Worthington Esq. [q.v.].

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Hannah and Lieutenant Will[ia]m Tryon [q.v.].

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Rezin of Suffield and Catherine Purchase of W. S., intention of marriage Nov. 19,
1801.

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Samuel, Rev., of W. S., and Esther Edwards, June 28, 1727,* private record, from
a diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H.
Hopkins of Chicago

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Timo[thy] and Mrs. Dinah Miller, Dec. 9, 1756,* church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

MILLER, Dinah and Timo[thy] Hopkins [q.v.].

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

NEWTON, Isaac ([worn]ton) [duplicate and intention of marriage Newton] of Greenfield and
Esther Hopkins of W. S., Mar. 2, 1779. [Newton of Greenfield, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield private record, from ]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

PURCHASE, Catherine and Rezin Hopkins [q.v.].

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

TRYON, Will[ia]m, Lieutenant, of Deerfield, and Miss Hannah Hopkins of W. S., Sept. 22,
1791.


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

WORTHINGTON, Jo[h]n Esq. and Mrs. Hannah Hopkins, Jan. 10, 1759,* church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Marriages to the Year 1850

UNIDENTIFIED, ——, —— and Samuel Day junior, Nov. 21, 1728,* private record, from a
diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H.
Hopkins of Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

BARNARD, Joseph, "turned over with a sled load of wood," Dec. 3, 1728, private record, from
a diary of the Rev. Samuel Hopkins of West Springfield, in the possession (1928) of Winthrop H.
Hopkins of Chicago


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850
page 242
HOPKINS, Amanda, d. Ensign Tim[othy], Aug. 25, 1767, church record, First Congregational
Church in West Springfield [p.242]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Dinah, w. Ensign Timothy, July 1, 1793. [consumption, age 62, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Edward, son Ensign Tim[othy], Sept. 18, 1777, age 6, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Esther, d. Rev. Samuel and Esther, May 23, 1740, in 7th year, gravestone record,
Old Meadow Cemetery (Union Street Cemetery), West Springfield

Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Esther, w. Rev. Samuel, June 17, 1766, church record, First Congregational Church
in West Springfield [in 72d year, gravestone record, Old Meadow Cemetery (Union Street
Cemetery), West Springfield]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Joseph, Jan. 30, 1803, age 45. [inflamatory fever, age 44, church record, First
Congregational Church in West Springfield]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Malah, d. Timothy, Feb. 2, 1790, age 20, "wanting 10 days." [consumption, church
record, First Congregational Church in West Springfield]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

HOPKINS, Samuel, Rev., h. Esther, Oct. 5, 1755, age 62, church record, First Congregational
Church in West Springfield [Oct. 6, in 62d year, gravestone record, Old Meadow Cemetery
(Union Street Cemetery), West Springfield]


Vital Records of West Springfield, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850
West Springfield Deaths to the Year 1850

WORTHINGTON, Hannah, Mrs., d. Rev. Samuel Hopkins, Nov. 25, 1766, church record,
First Congregational Church in West Springfield

 

While not in my direct line, I do have this branch of the Hopkins family
(below) in my database, and just looked it up as I was responding to
another researcher on another question. I have not personally confirmed
any of this, but it will give you something to work with.

Nehemiah Hopkins b. ca. 1766, Stockbridge, MA, d. abt 1844, Dexter, MI
father: Nehemiah Nopkins
mother: Tryphaena (Tryphena) Smith
spouse: Lucy Durfee (Durphy, Durfey) b. ca 1766
siblings:
Ebenezer
Ashbel
Tryphena
Martin
Sylvia
Jemima
Rachel
Matthew

Nehemiah Hopkins b. 14 April 1730, Hartford, CO, d. abt 1814, Crown
Point, NY
father: Ebenezer Hopkins
mother: Susannah Messenger, b. Nov 30, 1704 in Wallingford, CT
spouse: Tryphena Smith
siblings:
Ebenezer
Daniel
Lydia
Ashbel
James
Elias
Susannah
Tabitha
Huldah

Ebenezer Hopkins b. 24 Jan 1699, Hartford, CT
father: Ebenezer Hopkins
mother: Mary Butler b. 1640 in Hartford, CT, d. May 17, 1744 in
Waterbury, CT
spouse: Susannah Messenger
siblings:
Mary
Sarah
Jonathan
Ebenezer
Hezekiah
Stephen
Isaac

Ebenezer Hopkins b. July 1668, Hartford, CT
father: Stephen Hopkins
mother: Dorcas Bronson d. May 13, 1697 in Hartford, CT
spouse: Mary Butler
siblings:
Dorcas
John
Joseph
Stephen
Mary

Stephen Hopkins b. 25 Sept 1631
father: John Hopkins
mother: Jane Strong (Stronge) b. 1610
spouse: Dorcas Bronson
siblings:
Bethiah

John Hopkins b. 1613-14 St. Stephens, England, d. 1654 in Hartford, CT
father: unknown (Note: NOT Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower)
mother: unknown
spouse: Jane Strong


If you want more info on any of these sibling lines, I can put you in
touch with my source. Hope this helps.

Mimi Barker
[email protected]

 


Hi Doug,

I checked out your web site and I am including the following ancestors to
your MATTHEW HOPKINS (1818) just in case you don't have them.  The
information is from the book, "John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts,
1634 and some of his Descendants" by Timothy Hopkins.

1- John Hopkins b. 1614 or earlier
   m. Jane d. abt 1679
  2- Stephen Hopkins b. abt. 1635-36
     m. bef. 4 March 1657 Dorcas Bronson
    3- Ebenezer Hopkins b. July 1668 d. 1711
       m. 21 Jan 1691/2 Mary Butler b. 1670 d. 17 May 1744
     4- Ebenezer Hopkins 24 June 1699 d. 1784
        m. 7 June 1727 Susannah Messenger b. 30 Nov 1704
      5- Nehemiah Hopkins b. 14 April 1730 d. 1814
         m. Tryphena Smith d. 1803
       6- Matthew Hopkins b. 8 Jan 1772 d. 11 Oct 1820
          m. (1) 17 Feb 1795 Mercy Mead b. 1779 d. 22 June 1800
         7- William Augustus Hopkins b. 20 August 1796, d. September 1862
            m. 1816 Ruinda Dunn b. 19 May 1798, d. February 1886
          8- William Ezra Hopkins b. 7 June 1818 d. 24 Sept 1901
             m. 18 March 1846 Margaret Pool b. 25 July 1826 d. 5 Aug 1908
          8- Matthew Alexander Hopkins b. 17 July 1820 d. 15 Jan 1911
             m. 28 April 1840 Permelia Northrup Merritt b. 23 March 1823 d.
24 Dec 1910
          8- Stephen Augustus Hopkins b. 25 June 1822 d. 12 Jan 1900
             m. (1) 1843 Lucinda Moon d. Oct 1853
             m. (2) 13 March 1857 Julia Elizabeth Wilmot d. 15 July 1873
          8- Silas Marvin Hopkins b. 5 May 1823 d. 14 Aug 1901
             m. 1857 Mrs. Katherine Dayton Eldridge b. 7 March 1836 d. 18
March 1883
          8- Sarah Louisa Hopkins b. 30 April 1825, d. 13 Nov 1908
             m. (1) 26 August 1844 Richard Sparrow d. 16 Sept 1846
             m. (2) 26 June 1864 John Henry Philleo d. 15 August 1889
          8- Lucinda Ruinda Hopkins b. 25 May 1829, d. 3 Dec 1904
             m. (1) 14 Dec 1850 Warren Moffet d. 8 May 1851
             m. (2) 26 Feb 1861 William Frederic White b. 17 Dec 1823, d. 24
Oct 1901
          8- Henry Harvey Hopkins b. 24 Jan 1834 d. 15 June 1914
             m. 1857 Marena Walterhouse b. 22 June 1838 d. 28 April 1917
          8- Edwin Joel Hopkins b. 24 Nov 1835, d. 2 Feb 1924
             m. 19 Oct 1861 Anna Amanda Bigelow b. 10 Aug 1844, d. 21 March
1926
          8- Charles Pomeroy Hopkins b. 19 May 1839, d. 13 March 1929
             m. 1868 Esther Ann Albert
          8- Betty Eliza Hopkins b. 12 june 1842
             m. 22 Feb 1866 Floyd Farrington b. 27 March 1838, d. 14 Feb
1907
         7- A daughter, died in infancy
          m. (2) Lucy Wright b. 31 May 1776 d. 20 Oct 1850
          8- Matthew Hopkins b. 25 May 1801
          8- Jeduthan D. Hopkins
          8- Simeon Wright Hopkins
          8- Caleb Cassius Hopkins
          8- Dewitt Clinton Hopkins


There is a lot of additional information (descendants, siblings, dates,
etc.).  Let me know if you need anything else.  Hope this helps.

Kathryn


This is my first post to this list.  I have listed my Hopkins in an
outline descendant tree on my genealogy page
http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/g/a/r/Douglas-M-Garber/

Doug Garber

Seeking info on : Nellie Ruth HOPKINS b. abt 1895 d. ?? Jan 1953 in
Bristol or Plymouth Counties in Massachusetts.
She married George Henry HARDING b. abt 1876 pos. Whitman , MA d. ?? Jan
1955 Bristol Co.,MA.
This was 2nd m. for George H. m. 1st UNK.
My Aunt had said Nellie R. had two brothers Charles and George.
Any one have a clue to who these HOPKINS parents were or anything else
about them ???

Thanks *S*

Liteana *S* <[email protected]






               "Kathy Vincent" <[email protected]>
          
     I have a William Lewis that was an early settler in Farmingham,
Hartford Co.,  CT. He married a Mary Hopkins and had a daughter named Felix ?? b,
1650's who married  Thomas Selden, II.   Felix died in Hampden Co., CT,
so there are two counties for you to begin with.  :)   This isn't a
prominent family line for me, so my details are sketchy and not documented, just
bits of information I've picked up here and there..

There is a bit about the Deerfield Massacre of 1703.  Its sounds very
tragic.  I don't know if Deerfield MA is close to CT.  I 'm not a
geography buff and I know boundaries were changing frequently. Seems to me that
they were fairly close geographically.  I don't know if this will help at all
but its interesting history anyway.


Descendants of William Lewis I

Generation No. 1

1. William1 Lewis I.

     Child of William Lewis I is:

     + 2 i. William2 Lewis II, born in Farmington.

Generation No. 2

2. William2 Lewis II (William1) was born in Farmington. He married Mary
Hopkins 1644 in Farmington or           Hartford, Hartford Co.,
Connecticut.

Child of William Lewis and Mary Hopkins is:

+ 3 i. Felix3 Lewis, born Bef. December 12, 1658 in Farmington, Hartford
Co., Connecticut; died Aft. 1738 in Hadley, Hampden Co., Massachusetts.

 

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 256-257
HOPKINS, Mark, educator, b. in Stockbridge, Mass., 4 Feb., 1802; d. in
Williamstown, Mass., 17 June, 1887.  He was a grandson of Col. Mark, of the
Revolutionary army, a graduate of Yale, and the first lawyer in Berkshire
county, who was a younger brother of Dr. Samuel, the theologian, and married
a half-sister of Ephraim Williams, the founder of Williams college.  He was
graduated at Williams in 1824, with the valedictory, was a tutor in that
college in 1825-'7, studied medicine at the same time, and was graduated at
the Berkshire medical school in 1829.  He began practice in New York city,
but in 1830 was called to the chair of moral philosophy and rhetoric at
Williams.  He was licensed to preach in 1832.  In 1836 he succeeded Dr.
Edward D. Griffin as president of the college, which post he held until
1872, when he resigned, through retaining the chair of moral and
intellectual philosophy, which was established for him in 1836, and that of
Christian theology, which he assumed in 1858.  The pastorate of the college
church, on which he entered in 1836, he retained till 1883.  He became
president of the American board of commissioners for foreign missions in
1857.  He received the degree of D. D. from Dartmouth in 1837, and Harvard
in 1841, and that of LL.D. from the University of the state of New York in
1857, and from Harvard at its 250th anniversary in 1886.  President Hopkins
had a large influence for good and was much beloved by his pupils, many of
whom became eminent men, among them James A. Garfield.  He was one of the
most acute students of moral science that this country has produced since
Jonathan Edwards.  The last and fullest expression of his philosophical
system is found in the works entitled "The Law of Love and Love as a Law:
and "An Outline Study of Man" both extensively used as college text-books,
and the latter illustrating his methods in the classroom.  Williams college
grew through his efforts to a famous and powerful institution of learning.
Of more than 1,760 graduates living at the time of his death he had taught
all but thirty.  His first literary essay was an article on "Mystery" which
appeared in the "American Journal of Science and Arts" in 1828, and
attracted wide attention.  He delivered a course of Lowell lectures which
were published under the title of "Lectures on the Evidences of
Christianity: (Boston, 1846; new ed., 1864).  These lectures are used as a
text-book in many colleges.  His subsequent publications are "Miscellaneous
Essays and Discourses" (1847); "Lectures on Moral Science" (1862),
originally delivered before the Lowell institute; "Baccalaureate Sermons and
Occasional Discourses" (1863); "The Law of Love, and Love as a Law; or
Christian Ethics" (1869); "An Outline Study of Man" (New York, 1873);
"Strength and Beauty" (1874), which was reissued in a revised form under the
title "Teachings and Counsels" (!884); and "Scriptural Idea of Man"(1883).
His published annual baccalaureate sermons were widely read.  "The Law of
Love," in which his theories of morals were presented, was reviewed by Dr.
James McCosh, and a controversy between the two philosophers resulted.

His brother, Albert, astronomer, b. in Stockbridge, Mass., 14 July, 1807; d.
in Williamstown, Mass., 24 May, 1872.  He entered Williams in the junior
year and was graduated in 1826, subsequently devoting a year to the study of
agriculture and engineering.  In 1827 he was elected tutor, and in 1829
professor of mathematics and natural philosophy in Williams, and went to
Europe in 1834 for the purpose of selecting philosophical and chemical
apparatus for the college.  In 1835 he began on his own responsibility the
building of an astronomical observatory in Williamstown, the first that was
ever established in connection with an American college.  This building,
though equipped with a telescope and other instruments of but moderate
power, under Prof. Hopkins's management, made many discoveries which aided
in establishing a high reputation for American scientists.  In 1869 David
Dudley Field endowed a memorial professorship of astronomy in Williams with
$25,000, stipulating that the proceeds should be secured to Prof. Hopkins
during his life.  From 1835 till 1840 he also gave instruction in the French
language.  He was licensed to preach by the Berkshire Congregational
association in 1837, and for many years was stated supply to churches in
Williamstown and South Williamstown and much of the time was acting college
pastor.  In 1846 he built, largely from his own means, a chapel at White
Oaks, a previously neglected district of the town, where he performed
missionary work, and in 1868 organized a church there.  Prof. Hopkins was a
skillful botanist, and was the first to organize scientific expeditions from
colleges, founding in this connection a natural history society and an
Alpine club at Williams.  He received the degree of LL.D. from Jefferson
college in 1859, and was elected corresponding fellow of the Royal society
of Great Britain, to whose transactions he was an occasional contributor of
papers on astronomical and philosophical subjects.

Albert's wife, Louisa Payson, b. in Portland, Me., 24 Feb., 1812; d. 24
Jan., 1862, was the daughter of Rev. Edward Payson, and married Prof.
Hopkins in 1842.  She contributed articles to Kitto's "Biblical
Cyclopaedia," "The New York Review," and other periodicals, and composed
several question-books for the Massachusetts Sunday-school union.  Mrs.
Hopkins also wrote numerous works for children which have been admired for
their excellent method of illustrating the Bible and its doctrines.  They
include "The Pastor's Daughter, or The Way of Salvation Explained" (New
York, new ed., 1863); "Lessons on the Book of Proverbs," "The Young
Christian Encouraged," "Henry Langdon, or What was I made for?" (1846); "The
Guiding Star, or The Bible God's Message," a sequel to "Henry Langdon"
(Boston, 1851); "The Silent Comforter; a Companion for the Sick-Room" (1874)
and "Payson's Select Thoughts."

Typed by Kathryn Hopkins, [email protected]

NOTE:  Picture of Mark Hopkins attached.

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My family is from the Cape, we are pretty sure that
we are in a direct line with Stephen although we have thus far been unable
to prove it.  The tree is as follows
Dorothy Adele Tuttle born in 1920 to:
Robert V. Tuttle b. 1884 d. 1964 m Bessie Hopkins b. 1884 d. Jan 1st 1926:
her parents were Wilbur Hopkins b. 1850? m. Anna Williams of Taunton.
Wilbur and Anna also had three other children, Charles, Harold, and ( at
the moment the third son's name escapes me)
We believe that Wiburs parents were George Hopkins and Mary A Freeman  of
Brewster.   They had eleven children, George W. Mary A. Charles, Annette,
Walter, Jerome, Wilbur, Bessie, Gertrude, Susie, Hattie, and one whom died
in infancy.(Freeman Geneology)  Does this line look familiar to anyone, did
one of these people perhaps move to the south and continue their family
down there?  We have searched many of the periodicles, and the books that
are available at our local libraries, it seems as though George just
appeared out of thin air.  The town hall with all of the birth information
burned down several years ago, so we have not been able to research vital
records.
Thanks for your help, Happy New Year
Suzanne 

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