John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts: 1634, and Some of His Descendants
Stanford University Press, 1932 - 936 pages
John Hopkins (d.1648) was admitted a Freeman by the General Court held at New Towne (Cambridge) in 1634. In 1636, he relocated with others to Hartford, Conn. His will mentions his wife Jane, a daughter Bethiah (b.1641) and a son Stephen. His widow married Nathaniel Ward and moved with him to Hadley, Mass. where he died in 1664. She married (3) Gregory Walterton in 1670. His daughter, Bethiah married (1) Deacon Samuel Stocking (d.1683), the son of George and Anna Stocking and (2) James Steele (b.1623), the son of George Steele of Cambridge, Mass. She was the mother of ten children by her first husband. His son Stephen (b.1635-36-1689) married Dorcas Bronson, daughter of John Bronson of Farmington and Hartford. They were the parents of five children. Several generations of descendants are given.
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