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Stephen Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger (1581 - 1644) - Genealogy

Stephen Hopkins, "Mayflower" Passenger (1581 - 1644) - Genealogy

Stephen Hopkins    Stephen Hopkins with Brown University in the background  28th, 30th, 32nd and 34th Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

Stephen Hopkins Stephen Hopkins with Brown University in the background and Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

Stephen Hopkins House, Providence, Rhode Island was the home of Governor of Rhode Island, Stephen Hopkins who also was a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

Stephen Hopkins House, Providence, Rhode Island was the home of Governor of Rhode Island, Stephen Hopkins who also was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. My great grandfather.

Stephen Hopkins Stephen Hopkins with Brown University in the background 28th, 30th, 32nd and 34th Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations

Stephen Hopkins was a scientist, a Rhode Island delegate to the Continental Congress, a Rhode Island Supreme Court Justice, a governor of Rhode Island, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

stephen hopkins 9th great grandfather, mayflower passenger, jamestown survivor, inspiration for shakespeare's "The Tempest"

stephen hopkins great grandfather, mayflower passenger, jamestown survivor, inspiration for shakespeare's "The Tempest"

Stephen Hopkins.  Signer of the Declaration of Independence.   He was a member and speaker of the Rhode Island Assembly, and in 1754 was a delegate to the Albany convention in New York were he considered Franklin's early plan of Union. Hopkins spoke out against British tyranny long before the revolutionary period.

Stephen Hopkins’ name is not one of the first names that comes to mind as a signer of the Declaration of Independence, but he does stand out in John Trumbull’s painting “The Declaration of…

Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower (my ancestor)I am a descendant of his daughter Constance Hopkins Snow...then Smalley..then Laraway (Le Ruez), then Williams. The Williams were my grandmother's people.

Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower (my ancestor)I am a descendant of his daughter Constance Hopkins Snow.then Smalley.then Laraway (Le Ruez), then Williams. The Williams were my grandmother's people.

Mrs. Sylvanus Tenney (Mary Jane Bay) was a direct descendant of Stephen Hopkins a tanner and merchant who was one of the passengers on the Mayflower in 1620, settling in Plymouth Colony. Hopkins was recruited by the Merchant Adventurers to provide the governance for the colony as well as assist with the colony's ventures. Hopkins was one of forty-one signatories of the Mayflower Compact and was an assistant to the governor of the colony through 1636.

This is based on the signing of the Mayflower Compact. Stephen Hopkins is my Mayflower ancestor.

An article about future Mayflower Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins being shipwrecked in Bermuda in 1609, published in the Boston Herald newspaper (Boston, Massachusetts), 16 June 1957. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “New Discovery about Mayflower Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/new-discovery-about-mayflower-pilgrim-stephen-hopkins.html

Did you know Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins was stranded in Bermuda before he came over on the Mayflower? Discover unknown facts about Stephen Hopkins' life!

Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. Family founder in America making the Hopkins a founding family of both the North and the South.

Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower. Family founder in America making the Hopkins a founding family of both the North and the South.

Stephen Hopkins  A full-scale reproduction of the ship Deliverance, one of the two ships that the Sea Venture castaways built to escape Bermuda for Jamestown, Virginia in 1610.

Stephen Hopkins A full-scale reproduction of the ship Deliverance, one of the two ships that the Sea Venture castaways built to escape Bermuda for Jamestown, Virginia in

This is the Old Hursley church in Hursley, Hampshire, where Stephen and Mary Hopkins baptized their children Elizabeth, Constance, and Giles. The church was completely rebuilt in 1848, so no longer looks like this today.

This is the Old Hursley church in Hursley, Hampshire, where Stephen and Mary Hopkins baptized their children Elizabeth, Constance, and Giles. The church was completely rebuilt in so no longer looks like this today.