Stephen Hopkins (politician) - Ancestry

Ancestry

The ancestry of Stephen Hopkins comes from John O. Austin's Genealogical Dictionary of Rhode Island.

Ancestors of Stephen Hopkins (politician)
16. William Hopkins
8. Thomas Hopkins (1616–1684)
17. Joanne Arnold (baptized 1577)
4. William Hopkins (1647–1723)
2. William Hopkins (died 1738)
10. John Whipple (c. 1617–1685)
5. Abigail Whipple (died 1725)
11. Sarah (c. 1624–1666)
1. Stephen Hopkins (1707–1785)
24. William Wilkinson
12. Lawrence Wilkinson (died 1692)
6. Samuel Wilkinson (died 1727)
26. Christopher Smith (died 1676)
13. Susannah Smith (died before 1692)
27. Alice (died after 1681)
3. Ruth Wilkinson (1686 - before 1738)
14. William Wickenden (died 1670)
7. Plain Wickenden

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