Jul 28, 2012 · Bethia Hopkins was not the daughter of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. There were two Bethia Hopkins in Hartford at about the same time. The older of the two was the one who married William Kelsey and settled in Hartford.
It has been disproven that Bethia Hopkins was the daughter of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower (it has also been disproven that Constance Dudley was a wife of that Stephen).
Bethia Hopkins, was daughter of Constance Dudley and Stephen Hopkins who came on the Mayflower. Constance died before the Mayflower sailed. Her daughter, Bethia came after the Mayflower and wed Samuel Stocking ca 1680. Her children by Samuel Stocking were numerous and scattered during the western movement by those looking for land.
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Bethia HOPKINS was born in the year 1605 in Newton, Gloucestershire, England, daughter of Stephen Hopkins and Constance Dudley.. She was married in the year 1625 in England to William Kelsey, they had 15 children. She was married on May 27, 1652 in Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, Verenigde Staten to Samuel STOCKING. She died in the year 1680 in Killingworth, Middlesex, Connecticut, Verenigde ...
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Looking also for direct male descendants of unrecognized line via John Hopkins born England 1613, died Hartford, CT. He claimed to be Mayflower Stephen’s son but is directly disavowed in the silver books. John had two children: Bethia and Stephen. I am from Bethia m1 Stocking m2 Steele.
Parents Stephen Snow Susannah Deane Spouse John Smith (1673-1718) Descendent of Stephen Hopkins Compiled by John D. Austin, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume 6, (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Plymouth, Ma,1992), page 67-69.
4. Judah Hopkins, Sr. was born January 1677/1678 at Eastham, Barnstable, MA (on Cape Cod). He was the son of Stephen and Mary (Merrick) Hopkins. He was married 14 April 1702 at Eastham to Hannah Mayo, daughter of Samuel and Ruth Mayo and a descendent of William Brewster of the Mayflower.
Dec 29, 2020 · The Pilgrim Hopkins Heritage Society was founded in 2005 to perpetuate the memory of the Hopkins family who arrived on the “Mayflower” in 1620. The Society encourages research on Stephen Hopkins, one of the most colorful and independent-minded Mayflower passengers, on his first wife, Mary, his second wife, Elizabeth, and on their descendants.
The Passengers from the Mayflower and their descendants The Mayflower left England on September 16, 1620 with 102 passengers plus crew, and after a grueling 66 day journey, the ship dropped anchor inside the hook tip of Cape Cod (Provincetown Harbor) on November 11 (dates in Old Style, Julian Calendar).