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.
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.
Damaris Hopkins, (son of Stephen 1 Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher) d. yng. IV. Oceanus Hopkins, (son of Stephen 1 Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher) b. in On The "MAYFLOWER". V. Caleb Hopkins, (son of Stephen 1 Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher). VI. Deborah Hopkins, (daughter of Stephen 1 Hopkins and Elizabeth Fisher). VII.
From: Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Six, Stephen Hopkins, p. 1-6. Stephen Hopkins sailed in the Mayflower in 1620, one of the "Londoners" or "strangers" recruited for the voyage. He was called "Master," and only two others of the 17 free men on the voyage were so styled.
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.
Between John Hopkins’s two wives, Oceanus had 8 brothers and sisters, 3 of whom, it seems, made the voyage on the Mayflower along with their father: John Hopkins, Zeev Wolf, Elizabeth Hopkins, Constance Hopkins, Bethia Hopkins, William Hopkins, Giles Hopkins and Son Hopkins.
Stephen Hopkins was the son Giles Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger and Catherine "Catorne" Whelden. He was born in Sep 1642 in Yarmouth, MA.156,73 Stephen died on 10 Oct 1718 in Harwich, MA.55 Stephen removed to Harwich, now Brewster, and settled, having all his father’s possessions there.55
Jul 02, 2014 · Thankful 6 Hopkins, Isaac 5 Hopkins, Joseph 4 Hopkins, Stephen 3 Hopkins, Giles 2 Hopkins, Stephen 1: Pvt MA: Thankful 6 Hopkins: 6/2:393 S#368.ii. A106749 -1: 58: James Soule III: Eunice 6 Tomson, Ebenezer 5 Tomson, Mary 4 Morton, Mary 3 Ring, Deborah 2 Hopkins, Stephen 1: Sol RI: Eunice 6 Tomson: 6/2:549 S#522v. A107258 - 1: 59: Jacob Spalding
Ye Compacte Signed in Ye Cabin of Ye Mayflower Ye 11 of November Anno Dominie 1620 In ye name of God, Amen. We whose names are underwritten, the loyall subjects of our dread and soveraigne Lord, King James, by ye grace of God, of Great Britaine, Frand, and Yreland king, defender of ye faither, &c., haveing undertaken for ye glorie of God, and advancemente of ye Christian faith, and honour to ...
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.