Elizabeth Hopkins1

#11851, (7 October 1610 - 1658)
Relationship8th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*William Hopkins2 (s 1585 - )
Mother*Helen Vickaris2 (s 1588 - )

Family

John Wakeman b. c 1599, d. b 1661
Children 1.John Wakeman Jr.4 (c 1630 - 1636)
 2.Helena Wakeman+4 (c 1632 - 1674)
 3.Samuel Wakeman+5 (c 1635 - 1692)
 4. Elizabeth Wakeman+4 (c 1638 - )
Her married name was Wakeman.1 
Baptism*7 October 1610She was baptized on 7 October 1610 at Ribbersford Church, Worcestershire, EnglandG.1 
Marriage*28 January 1628/29She married John Wakeman, son of Francis Wakeman and Anne Goode, on 28 January 1628/29 at Bewdley, Worcestershire, EnglandG.1 
before June 1639She and John Wakeman migrated to New EnglandG (with some or poss. all of the children) before June 1639.3 
Death*1658She died in 1658 at New Haven, Connecticut.1 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis (#1)
Ancestors of William D. Lewis (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1155] Robert P. Wakeman, Wakeman Genealogy 1630–1899 (Meriden, Conn.: Journal Publishing Co., 1900), p. 159.
  2. [S1155] Robert P. Wakeman, Wakeman Genealogy, p. 159, no birth date given.
  3. [S1156] Society of the Descendants of the Founders of Hartford, online www.foundersofhartford.org, [Based on the earliest record in New England- VWH]. John's brother, Samuel Wakeman is prob. the one who "came in theLion in Nov. 1631 ; freeman, Mass., Aug. 7, 1632 ; prob. removed to Cambridge; deputy, May, 1635 ; constable for Newtown, April, 1636 ; an original proprietor at Hartford, 1639, when his home-lot was on the south bank of the Little River ; chosen townsman, 1638; appointed with George Hubbard, Senr., and Ancient Stoughton, in 1636, “to consider the bounds and survey the breadth of Dorchester (Windsor) to, wards the Falls, and of Watertown (Wethersfield) towards the mouth of the River.” He was killed in 1641 by a shot from the Spanish fort at Providence in the Bahamas, where he had been sent “to buy cotton.” His widow, Elizabeth, m. (2) Nathaniel Willett, of Hartford, before Jan. 1643, and the estate of Wakeman wag settled on him Dec. 4, 1645, on condition that he pay £40 to the son when he reached the age of 21, and £20 to each of the den's at the age of 18. -Ch.: i. Ezbon, freeman at Stratford, 1669; m. Apr. 1, 1669, at Guilford, Hannah Jordan; removed to Fairfield before 1671, where he d. in 1683. ii. Elizabeth; m. Joseph Arnold, of Haddam. iii. Grace; m. John Kelly, of Hartford. iv. Joanna; m. Francis Hackleton, of Hartford. v. Hannah."
  4. [S1155] Robert P. Wakeman, Wakeman Genealogy, p. 160.
  5. [S1155] Robert P. Wakeman, Wakeman Genealogy, 160–161.