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Lee Ashmore (#47026276)
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I live in Edina, MN and winter in San Diego, CA.
I'm an amateur genealogist working on the following families:

Ashmore Eng> 1634 MD> 1800 GA> 1880 AL

Stratton Eng> 1630's NJ> PA> MI> IA> MS

Mulloy Ire> VA> MS

Reed ?> AL

Hopkins Eng> 1630'sRI> 1800NY> 1860IA.

!!!!!!! BRICK WALL BREAKING NEWS !!!!!!!

I finally found John Hopkins b @ 1800 NY as the father of William Henry Hopkins b 1838 Erie Co., NY. So the search continues for his mother. AND now I need the parents of John Hopkins! Does it ever end?

I'm looking for the parents of my William Henry Hopkins b1838 Springville, Erie Co., NY. He married in 1864 in Jackson Co., IA Catherine "Kate" Bryant Moore b1846 Schenectady, the adopted daughter of George & Adelia Jane (Horton) Moore of Luzerne, Warren Co., NY and later Nevada, Story Co., IA. William died 1911 in Odebolt, Sac Co., IA. Kate in 1924. This could be a RI Gov Stephen Hopkins 1707-1785, signer of the Declaration of Independence line. Any help greatly appreciated!!!

Haddox Eng> 1600's VA> OH> IA

I have posted hundreds of messages on these families at www.genforum.com
I would love any additional info you might have on them. Thanks, Lee

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Jeanne Gaumer
Bethiah Hopkins ? 1739
Hello Lee,
Interesting that the Bible record does not include this 1739 Bethiah. Books/records list her as 1st wife of Rev. John Williams and her sister Alcy as 2nd wife. I am descended from Rev John Williams and Alcy thru their son George H. Williams. I just made some links for them to Jabez and Bethiah. As far as the dates of birth with 2 children same year/too close together, I have found different dates listed and see that I have Nehemiah as being born 6 March 1737/38. ??
Added by Jeanne Gaumer on Nov 22, 2014 5:07 PM
Gloria Kidder
RE: William Kidder b@1899
I'd have to have his memorial number. But if he is the William "Bill" Kidder that is buried on Hoffer Hill, Scioto Co., Oh , Yes, by marriage.

The F & AM I am not sure, the M probably stands for Masons, It is also known as the Lynchburg Masonic Cemetery and there are two of them. The F &AM is on St. Rt. 134 and the other one is on High Street in Lynchburg.

Thank you for contacting me. I'd love to see the picture, please send me the memorial number.
Added by Gloria Kidder on Nov 20, 2014 3:25 PM
Carolyn (Woletz) Timlick
It's me again, RI house correction lady
I see that your email address is public on your profile page. I will find my other picture and send it to you in regular e-mail : ) Carolyn
Added by Carolyn (Woletz) Timlick on Nov 16, 2014 9:16 AM
Carolyn (Woletz) Timlick
RE: Stephen Hopkins 1642-1718
Oh dear, mercy me, poor RI Stephen had his home stolen and he isn't even alive to defend his home :( Thank you for the help!! I like to get corrections. Helping each other is good : ) I got the picture through ancestry.com. I do see now that there are correction notes attached to this picture on ancestry. I would like to ask you about another picture for Stephen. Can I please send it through your regular e-mail? Thank you for your kind attitude. carolynhome7@gmail.com
Added by Carolyn (Woletz) Timlick on Nov 16, 2014 8:56 AM
valerie peters
RE: Jesse Hopkins
Hi Lee!! I really need to get use to using this Findagrave site! Apologies for not getting back to you sooner but i just now discovered your message! Email me your Hopkins info please to valeriepeters2008@yahoo.com and ill see what i can find
Added by valerie peters on Nov 03, 2014 8:31 PM
Michael Duffy
Harvey Tyler
Corrected the name. If you're even remotely related to Harvey Tyler I'll gladly transfer the memorial to you. I'm not related. Let me know.
Added by Michael Duffy on Oct 23, 2014 1:09 PM
LadyGoshen
Jabez Knapp and Hannah Holley
hello.
I noticed you placed Jabez Knapp and Hannah Holley in the First Presbyterian Church cemetery. There is no such cemetery. Please put "burial unknown".
thank you.
Added by LadyGoshen on Oct 09, 2014 8:29 PM
Linda
Hopkins of Westwood Cemetery
Hi Lee,

I walked the entire section twice, stopped at the office and reviewed the map for the exact location of burial. There are no headstones for you 4 Hopkins requests. They are buried between Tobin's & Ira Polley. Please consider removing your requests.

Blessings,
Linda

Added by Linda on Oct 06, 2014 1:31 PM
Ned
RE: Caspar Thomas Hopkins
Ah, yes. I found the article to which you refer. Thanks.

BTW: Caspar had a second wife who is probably also buried there. Her name was Jane Elizabeth (Talcott or Taylor, depending on the source).
Added by Ned on Sep 30, 2014 7:30 AM
Ned
RE: Matilda Hopkins Camp
Sorry. My John Hopkins was John Henry Hopkins, DD, First Bishop of Vermont. He married in 1816 and had 13 children. They and their descendants are very well documented. None of them were born in Western NY; they were born either in western PA or Burlington, VT. None of them could have been the parent of your William Henry, because each was either (a) female, (b) known to have been unmarried, (c) known to have no descendants, or (d) born too late to have had children by 1838.
Added by Ned on Sep 28, 2014 10:19 PM
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