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  1. Constance Hopkins (baptized May 11, 1606 – October 1677), also sometimes listed as Constanta, was a passenger on the Mayflower in 1620.

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    Constance Hopkins (baptized May 11, 1606 – October 1677), also sometimes listed as Constanta, was a passenger on the Mayflower in 1620.

  3. Hopkins-Constance — MayflowerHistory.com

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    Constance Hopkins was baptized on 11 May 1606 in Hursley, Hampshire, England, to parents Stephen Hopkins and his first wife Mary (Kent?). It should be noted that the long-standing Constance Dudley myth was disproven in 1998: the Hopkins family of the Mayflower was not from Wortley, Gloucester as had been previously speculated and published.

  4. Constance | Mayflower Heritage and History

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    c. 1607 - 1677 Constance Hopkins was about 14 years old when she sailed on Mayflower with her father Stephen Hopkins, step-mother Elizabeth, and brother Giles. She married Nicholas Snow in 1627 in Plymouth. View Complete Biography from The Pilgrim Migration

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  5. Constance Hopkins (1605-1677) | Familypedia | Fandom

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    Constance Hopkins, sometimes listed as Constanta, was probably born in Hursley, Hampshire, England. Constance was the second daughter of Stephen Hopkins, by his first wife, Mary. Some believe she was named in honor of Constance (Marline) Hopkins. Constance, at the age of fourteen, along with her father and his second wife Elizabeth (Fisher), accompanied by brother Giles, half-sister Damaris as well as two servants by the name of Edward Doty and Edward Lester were passengers on the Mayflower on its journey to the New World in 1620 to Plymouth Colony. Along the way her half-brother Oceanus was born, the only child born on the Mayflower journey. Her headstone marker, placed in 1966 by descendants, states in part “Wife of Nicholas Snow, Eastham’s first town clerk 1646 – 1662”. Constance married Nicholas Snow (1599-1676), sometime before the Division of Cattle which occurred May 22, 1627. Nicholas came to Plymouth on board the ship Anne in 1623 and was made a freeman at Plymouth in 1633....

    Old Cove Burial Ground

    Cove Burying Ground is an historic cemetery located in Eastham, Massachusetts. It is Eastham's oldest cemetery, dating to c. 1646. It is notable as the final resting place for several Mayflower pilgrims.

    Pilgrim Monument

    National Monument to the Forefathers, commemorates the Mayflower Pilgrims, (including this person) who came to Plymouth Colony in 1620 on the Mayflower. Dedicated on August 1, 1889, it is thought to be the world's largest solid granite monument. Located on an 11 acre hilltop site on Allerton Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts.

    • 11 May 1605 Hampshire, England, United Kingdom
    • Mary Kent (c1582-1613)
    • Stephen Hopkins (1581-1644)
    • Nicholas Snow (1599-1676)
  6. Nicholas and Constance Hopkins Snow - Pilgrim Hall Museum

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    Constance Hopkins was a Mayflower passenger. She journeyed with her father and stepmother, Stephen and Elizabeth Hopkins, her brother Giles, her half-sister Damaris and her half-brother Oceanus who was born during the voyage. Sometime before 1627, Constance Hopkins married Nicholas Snow. Nicholas Snow had arrived in Plymouth on the Anne in 1623.

  7. Constance Hopkins - Ancestry.com

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    All results for Constance Hopkins. Edit Search New search. Results 1-20 of 125,847. Records Categories. To get better results, ...

  8. Constance Hopkins in Florida (FL) | 13 records found | Whitepages

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    The second best result is Constance Naomi Hopkins age 60s in Miami Gardens, FL in the Myrtle Grove neighborhood. They have also lived in Fern Park, FL and Miami, FL. Constance is related to Raejean Jean Elaine Palmer and Dwight Richard Hopkins Jr.. Select this result to view Constance Naomi Hopkins's phone number, address, and more.

  9. CONSTANCE HOPKINS: MAYFLOWER PASSENGER

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    CONSTANCE HOPKINS: MAYFLOWERPASSENGER "The names of those which came over first, in the year 1620, and were by the blessing of God the first beginners and in a sort the foundation of all the Plantations and Colonies in new England; and their families…

  10. Constance Snow (Hopkins), "Mayflower" Passenger (1606 - 1677 ...

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    Constance Hopkins (baptized May 11, 1606 – October 1677), also sometimes listed as Constanta. She was probably born in Hursley, Hampshire, England. Constance was the second daughter of Stephen Hopkins, by his first wife, Mary. Some believe she was named in honor of Constance (Marline) Hopkins.

  11. Constance Hopkins Profiles in FL, MD, ME, and OH - Bizapedia

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    CONSTANCE C. HOPKINS (AGENT) SOLON CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH: MAINE LOCAL INDEPENDENT CHURCH (T13, C93) WRITE REVIEW: Address: South Main Street Solon, ME 04979: Registered Agent: Constance C. Hopkins: Filing Date: August 13, 2002: File Number: 20030003 L: View People Named Constance Hopkins in Maine

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