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GATEWAY
to the
HOPKINS FAMILY ARCHIVES



DIRECT
HOPKINS ANCESTORS

LATERAL LINES

RELATED
FILES
and
LINKS

JOHN HOPKINS,
The Emigrant

mar. Jane (-)

History of Hartford CT
Rev. Thomas Hooker
Founder's Monument
The Fundamental Orders
STEPHEN HOPKINS
1635-1689
mar. Dorcas Bronson

  DORCAS BRONSON (Gen 4)
  • Distinctions:
    Founder of Farmington, CT
EBENEZER HOPKINS
1668-1711
mar. Mary Butler

  MARY BUTLER (Gen 3)
  • Distinctions:
    Founder of Hartford CT

The John Hopkins Branch
(Brother of Ezenezer)

Baguley Hall
STEPHEN HOPKINS
1706-1767
mar. Jemima Bronson


  JEMIMA BRONSON (Gen 6)
  • Jemima’s Ancestry:
    Upson
  • Distinctions:
    Founder of Farmington CT

STEPHEN HOPKINS
1744-1813
mar. Rhoda Dewey

  RHODA DEWEY's FAMILY
CAPT. HEMAN HOPKINS
1778-1855
mar. Hannah Robinson

  HANNAH ROBINSON (Gen 5)
  • Distinctions:
    Revolutionary War service
    Founder of Bennington VT
    Rebuilder of Harvard

Bennington VT
The Green Mountain Boys
The New Hampshire Grants
The New Lights
The Manning Homestead
Robinsons in the Revolution



CHARLES BRONSON HOPKINS
1810-1872
mar. Eliza Ann Woodruff Hopkins

   ELIZA WOODRUFF (Gen 11)
           As Miss Woodruff
          As Mrs E.A.W. Hopkins
  • Distinctions:
    Revolutionary War service
EAWH Newspaper Articles
EAWH and True Womanhood
EAWH and The Olive Branch
The Wick House
WALTER LESLIE HOPKINS
1842-1879
mar. Ellen and Mary Roche

  ELLEN ROCHE's FAMILY
Rienzi's Letters 1856-59
Walter Leslie's Diary, Book 2
Walter Leslie's Diary, Book 5
Thomas Roche's Photo Album
AMY LOUISE HOPKINS
1871-1942
mar. Louis Philip River I

  LOUIS PHILIP RIVER's FAMILY
Amy Hopkins' Photo Album
Daughter Marcella's Autobiography
LPR-100th Anniversary
Oak Park Memories






USEFUL WEB SITES FOR HOPKINS

BRITAIN

British Battles .com

AMERICA

Colonial Government - good explanation

Virtualology - A Virtual Education Project, encompassing subjects such as art, history, library, science, natural history, and war

The Founding Fathers Home Page

NPS Museum Collections – American Revolutionary War

CONNECTICUT

Public Records of the Connecticut Colonial Records, 1636-1776

Connecticut State Library.

Great Historical Links from the Branford [CT] Historical Society

Research Guide to Probate Records at the Connecticut State Library


MASSACHUSETTS

Cambridge [Massachusetts] Historical Society Massachusetts Historical Society

NEW JERSEY

Morristown National Historical Park, Morris County, New Jersey

”The Great Story” - a fabulous synopsis of Jockey Hollow and Morristown in the American Revolution on New Jersey’s Great Northwest Skylands Internet Website

"The Revolutionary War in New Jersey" - a great resource on North Jersey's Internet Magazine. Also contains a Wick House Photo Gallery

History of Springfield, New Jersey

The New Jersey Historical Society.


NEW YORK

Long Island Genealogy - Includes a story on Long Island Before the Revolution (this article is a little hard to read due to layout and font but is very interesting)


VERMONT

Battle of Bennington

Bennington [Vermont] Historical Society Museum

Vermont Historical Society


USEFUL REFERENCE VOLUMES IN PRINT OR MICROFILM

Royal R. Hinman. A catalogue of the names of the early Puritan settlers of the colony of Connecticut, etc. Hartford, CT: Case, Tiffany and Company, 1852-1856. SLC Family History Library Cat. No. 974.6 D2hra 1852-56 pt. 1-5.

Pope’s Pioneers of Massachusetts (full reference coming soon).

James Savage. A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England. Boston, MA: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862. 4 v. On 3 microfilm rolls at SLC Family History Library: Film Nos. 1351-1352-1353.

Isaac Jennings. Memorials of a century: Embracing a record of individuals and events chiefly in the early history of Bennington, VT and its First Church. Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1869. Copy available on film at SLC FHL Film 27799.

Lucius Paige. History of Hardwick, [Massachusetts]. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1883. Available on Film #14768 and #868519 item 1 at the SLC Family History Library.

Charles Hudson. History of the town of Marlborough, Middlesex County, Massachusetts...1657 to 1861. Boston, Mass: T. R. Marvin & Son, 1862. Available on Film #1036794 Item 2; or as a book 974.44/M5 H2h, at the SLC Family History Library.

S. F. Smith. History of Newton, Massachusetts. Boston, MA: 1880.

Alfred S. Hudson. The History of Sudbury, Massachusetts 1638-1889. Boston: R. H. Blodgett, 1889. SLC FHL 974.44/S1 H2 or Film 1425545 item 2.

Hiland Hall. Early History of Vermont. Albany, NY: Joel Munsell, 1868. See p. 467 for Samuel Robinson Jr., and pp. 85-97 for a complete relation of the Bennington settlers' application to the Crown for relief, led by Samuel Robinson Jr.

Genealogical Register, Vol. 7:176; 13:261; 17:170 (full reference coming soon).

John E. Goodrich, comp. and ed. Rolls of the soldiers in the Revolutionary War, 1775 to 1783: the state of Vermont. Rutland, VT: Tuttle Co., 1904. Copy available at SLC FHL 974.3 M2g.













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