Hopkins enjoyed music, poetry and landscape painting. He spent the end of his life in a lunatic asylum in Stoke Newington. He died there of chronic mania and exhaustion.
He had, with his second wife, one son and three daughters, among them morality campaigner Ellice Hopkins.
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