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PART I

1B.CYNTHIA HOPKINS daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins was
married to a Fine but we have no details about her.

2B.  ISAAC HOPKINS, son of William and Jane Stone Hopkins married
Elizabeth Brown.  We have further information of an Isaac Hopkins found
in the Civil War pension record of one James Hopkins, his son.  From
that source, we have the following: "This is a copy of the family record
of Isaac Hopkins, Catharine Hopkins born Dec 22, 1823, William Hopkins,
born Sep 14, 1828, Isaac Hopkins Aug 1, 1830, Arthena Elizabeth Hopkins
Apr 13, 1832, George Washington Hopkins born Aug 5, 1834, Joseph W. and
John B. Hopkins born Feb 8 1836, James Abbernath Hopkins mar 18, 1838,
Polly Phonia Hopkins Nov 12, 1839, Philip Stone Hopkins born Dec 12,
1841, Ciphronia Jane Hopkins born Mar 8, 1844, Mary Thessalona Hopkins
b. July 13, 1846.  The publication of the family bible is 1817 and there
seems to be no alterations or erasures of the records.

Also from those records we have the following information on James
Abbernath Hopkins: b. Mar 18, 1838 in Lincoln Co, Missouri.  He married
Elizabeth Haynes who died in Richwoods Missouri, Oct 3, 1867 during the
birth of his dauthter Elizabeth.  They had one other child, Johannah, b.
Oct 5, 1862.  Then he married Nancyh Ann Brown May 9, 1871 ar Richwoods
Missouri.  They had 4 children: Homer born Mar 29, 1872, Mary b. Aug 24,
1876, Sarah b. Mar 24, 1880, and James b. Mar 17, 1883.  James Abbernath
Hopkins was a private in the Civil War on the Union side.  After the war
he resided in Washington, Franklin and Jefferson counties in Missouri.
His final address was Maupin, Missouri which we believe is near
Richwoods.  He died Feb 23, 1915 and is buried in the Brown Grave Yard,
Franklin County. Missouri.  We like any further information on this
Isaac to prove or disprove that he was a son of our William of 1770.

............

Here is todays installment from the Pamphlet on William Hopkins, b. abt
1770 and his descendants.

PART III

3B.  WALKER HOPKINS, son of William and Jane Stone Hopkins.  We have no
dates for Walker.  The only record we have is in 1870 census of Howell
Co, MO with Daniel "Mac" Cannon.  He had 20 children, but we don't know
all of them.

1C.  William
2C.  Randolph
3C  Susan Beck
4C. Joseph G. married Rachel (Cannon).
1D.  Caroline M. age 17 born in Mo
2D.  Jeremiah age 14 born in MO
3D.  Peter H. age 10 born in Mo
4D.  Joseph G. age 8 born in MO
5D.  Nancy E. age 6, born in Ark, married Andrew J. Hopkins Feb 25,
1882.  This Andy J. of Part 6, Sec 1, 5D

PART IV

4B.  POLLY HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins married
Joseph Brown, son of William Brown of TN and Katy Nave.  They lived in
Warren Co, MO in 1820.

PART V

5B.  SALLY HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins married
William Brown, a half-brother of Joseph Brown, above.

These two girls information is from Pioneer Families of Mo, by Lucas
page 206.

PART VI

6B.  THOMAS HOPKINS, son of William and Elizabeth Jane Stone Hopkins was
born Aug 13, 1804.  He married Lydia Beck and they are listed in the
1830 census of Montgomery Co, Mo  Elkhorn Township.  Later, he moved to
Richwood Mo. on the Little Mermac Rover where it is believed that his
children from his second wife, Marsen Mesey were born.  She was born May
15, 1830.  It is believed that he came to West Plains Missouri, after
the death of Marsena about 1875, where he was visiting his son John when
he died.  He is believed to be buried in the New Liberty Cemetery, MO.
He had 14 children, 6 from Lydia, and 8 from Marsena:

Children of Thomas and Lydia Beck Hopkins.
1C.  John, born Sep 29, 1829, married Aug 12, 1849 to Elizabeth Martin,
died July 25, 1897.
2C.  James S born Mar 28, 1832.
3C.  Joseph B. born May 11, 183-, married Pellesia Martin, died in Civil
War.
4C.  Zerelda born Aug 27, 1837, married David M. Canon, died Nov 7,
1901.
5C.  Mary J. born Jan 15, 183-.
6C.  Atlandta born Nov 4, 1839, married 1. Adams 2.
ose Brotherton.

Children of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins.

7C.  Francis M born Jun 5, 1852, married Rosie Baldwin, died Aug 30,
1925.
8C.  Christerfor D. born Feb 7, 1860, married Polly Ann Duncan, died Feb
27, 1940.
9C.  Benjamin C. born July 20, 186-, died young.
10C.  Sinthy A. born Aug 24, 1864, married Lynny Collins.
11C.  Barbra L born June 23, 1869.
12C. Mandaina J. born 1866, married Shelt Stringer.
13C.  Isaac L. or Louie, born Jul 18, 1850.
14C.  Nancy G. Rilda, born 18--, married David Collins.

This information was obtained from Thomas" family Bible.  Also in the
Bible were listed other relatives.  We believe they were relatives bur
don't know for sure.

PART VI SECTION I

1C.  JOHN HOPKINS, son of Thomas and Lydia Beck Hopkins was born in
1829.  He married Elizabeth Martin (born Apr 13, 1833) on Aug 12, 1849.
We don't know where they lived before 1860 when they homesteaded 120
acred in Howell Co, one acre of which they gave to the New iberty Church
and Hopkins Cemetery, which is now called the New Liberty Cemetery.
John took part in the Civil Was and was injured in the Battle of Wilson
Creek, where he was shot in the right shoulder with a musket ball which
he carried the rest of his life.  This wound never healed and had to be
dressed often.  In spite of this, he used his left hand and did his
work.

He was tending his brother Josephs' farm and was near Collins Cemetery
watering his horse when he was shot in the back by Col Monks
Bushwhackers, who took his horse and left him for dead.  It is said that
Colonel Monks rode his horse for years.  The Bushwhackers later found
out that he was alive and burned his house trying to find him while he
hid in a sink-hole about a mile away. e died July 25, 1897 and his wife
die ov 3, 1907, both are buried in New Liberty Cemetery.  His wife
Elizabeth was a charter member of New Liberty Church.  They had 11
children:

1D.  Jane born June 30, 1851, died July 21 1851.
2D  Thomas born Aug 24, 1852, died Sep 5, 1854
3D  Sara Geneta born Dec 29, 1854, married Smiley A. Purdy Aug 29, 1875,
died June 7, 1876.
4D.  Zilpha Ann bor4n Apr 4, 1857, married Jim Forrest Sep 21, 1876,
died Apr 4, 1912.
5D.  Andrew Jackson born Aug 25, 1859 married Nancy E. Hopkins Feb 25,
1894, died Sep 16, 1911.
6D.  Daniel Smith born Mar 10, 1862, died Oct 18, 1863.
7D.  Robert E. Lee born Sep 15, 1864, married ct 17, 1886 to Lizzie May
Cannon, died  Oct21, 1899.
8D.  Mary Elizabeth born Sep 14, 1867, married James Nathan Wood, Feb
25, 1894, died Sep 3, 1941.
9D.  William F. born Dec 30, 1869, married Nancy E. Turner, Mar 5, died
Feb 20, 1958.
10D.  Charles Richard born Dec 7, 1872, married Mary Burk, Dec 24, 1893,
died Jan 9, 1951.
11D.  James Agustus born Oct. 31, 1877.

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1D.  JANE HOPKINS, daughter of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins was
born June 30, 1851, died July 21, 1851.

2D.  THOMAS HOPKINS, son of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins was born
Aug 24, 1852, and died Sep 5, 1854.

3D.  SARA GENETA HOPKINS, daughter of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins
was born Dec 29, 1854 in Howell Co, MO.  She married Smiley A. Purdy Aug
29, 1875. She died June 7, 1876.  They had 1 child.
1E/  ANNIE PURDY lived with her grandparents after the death of her
mother.  She married a Roper.

4D.  ZILPAH ANN HOPKINS, daughter of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins
was born Apr 24, 1857.  She married Jim Forrest Sep 21, 1876, and died
Apr 4, 1912.  The had several children, but we only know of 4.
1E.  Dolf married Hattie.
2E.  Ella married a Breedlove.
3E.  Beth married Oscar Wilson.
4E.  Fred married but we don't know who.

Here is the next installment to the William Hopkins, b. 1770 Pamphlet.

6D.  DANIEL SMITH HOPKINS, son of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins was
born Mar 10, 1862 and died Oct 18, 1863.

7D.  ROBERT E. LEE HOPKINS, son of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins was
born Sep 15, 1864.  He married Lizzie Cannon Oct 17, 1886.  They lived
near Grimmet Mo. south of the now Ralph Collins place.  His wife married
again after his death.  We believe that she married a White.  "Lee" was
sent to St Louis to a hospital and died there.  There is no record where
he is buried.  Lizzie was born in 1867 and died in 1953.  She is buried
in New Liberty Cemetery.  They had 5 children.

1E.  Willie born Nov 5, 1887, married Marietta Green, Jun 1910, died May
13, 1953.
2E.  Elmer Gertrude born July 24, 1889, married Everett M. Hale Oct 15,
1911, died Apr 28, 1964.
3E.  Infant twin girls died at birth.
4E.  Estella died young, at age three.

8D.  MARY ELIZABETH HOPKINS, daughter of John and Elizabeth Martin
Hopkins was born Sep 15, 1867 in Howell Co, MO.  Whe married James
Nathan Wood, Feb 25, 1894.  They lived north of John Hopkins place and
owned 40 acres of Johns place after Grandma Betty died.  Paul Wood later
owned that part of his Dad's place.  Uncle Nath was a deacon in the New
Liberty church and a trustee of the New Liberty Cemetery.  She died Spt
3, 1941, both are buried in New Liberty Cemetery.  They had 10 children.

1E.  Iva May born Jan 21, 1895, married Roy
organ, July 26, 1914.
2E.  Irvin Malachi born Jan 18, 1896, married Fern, died Oct 26, 1961.
3E.  Laura Ethel born Apr 17, 1897, married William Hulsey, May 22,
1918.
4E.  Roxie Ann born Jan 17, 1899, married Paul Buff.
5E.  Lizzie Goldie born Dec 28, 1900 married George Frank Carter, Mar
21, 1920.
6E  Hattie Lee, born Feb 19, 1902, married William Williams, Feb 19,
1926,
7E. Paul Franklin born July 8, 1904, married Mary Huff, Dec 25, 1926,
8E.  John Andrew born Oct 13, 1906, married Catheryn.
9E.  Infant born June 8, 1908.
10E. Carrie Mabel born Dec 13, 1909, married Vernon Huff.

Due to popular demand here is the next installment of the pamphlet of
the William Hopkins, b. abt 1770 and Elizabeth Jane Stone.

9D.  WILLIAM F. HOPKINS, son of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins was
born Dec 30, 1869, in Howell Co, MO.  He married Nancy E. Turner, Mar 5,
1893.  At that time he was a blacksmith and a farmer.  In 1906, he and
his brother Richard moved north of Siloam Springs and ran a saw mill for
two years. They sawed out over 2 million board feet of virgin pine.  In
1909, William bought an 80-acre farm near Shinkle Missouri where he ran
a grist mill, farmed and blacksmithed until 1945, when he moved to
Willow Springs where he retired and lived until he died at the age of
88.  He died Feb 20, 1958 and she died Jun 7, 1969.  Both are buried in
the New Liberty Cemetery.  They had 9 children.

1E. Thomas Alfred born Dec 18, 1893, married Artie Tilson May 5, 1920,
died July 10, 1925.

2E.  James Sterling born July 5, 1895, married Ellen Morgan, Aug 29,
1915.

3E.  Eva M. born Feb 22, 1897, married William C. Crider, Sep 2, 1914.

4E.  Laura Elander born Dec 7, 1901, married Enoch Ledbetter, Dec 28,
1917.

5E.  Marra E. born July 5, 1901, died Nov 12, 1901.

6E. Jesse Lee born Aug 16, 1902, married Apr 12, 1952 , to Eunice Mitts.

7E.  Zelphia Pearl, born Dec 1906, married Apr 15, 1927, to Lee J.
Cunningham.

8.  Charles Calvin born Oct 28, 1910, married May 5, 1935 to Flossie
Collins.

9E.  Alma born Sep 23, 1916 married Sep_______to Leroy Brown.

10D.  CHARLED RICHARD HOPKINS, son of John and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins
was born Dec 7, 1872, in Howell Co, MO.  He married Mary Burk, Dec 24,
1893.  Her Parents were Richard Burk and Jane Treadway.  Her father came
here from Ireland. She was born in 1873 and died in 1939 and is buried
at New iberty Cemetery.  He was known as "Dick".  He homesteaded 80
acres west of his father John's place and later acquired 80 acres of his
father's place which included the old homesite, and is now owned by his
son Burk Hopkins.  Grandpa Dick farmed most of his life.  He also ran a
sawmill in the early 1900's with his brother Bill and ran a threshing
machine later with Bud Turner.  He died Jan 9, 1951 and is buried in New
Liberty Cemetery.  They had 9 Children.

1E.  Martin Lee born Oct 9, 1894, married Ester Buller in 1941.

2E.  Earnest L. born Oct 13, 1896, married Maudie Breedlove Sep 4, 1919.
        
3E.  Abba Elanore "Nellie" born Dec 5, 1899 married 1. Rufus Roper 2.
Clarence Williams Mar 19, 1924.
    
4E.  Pearl
arie bortn Jan 10, 1902, married Floyd Paulette, June 6, 1925, died May
1, 1963, buried in New Liberty Cemetery.

5E.  Silas born Dec 20, 1903, married Mabel Horn.

6E.  Jimma "Jim" born Jan 22, 1906, married Eula Coram May 5, 1929.

7E.  Azalea born Jul 26, 1909, married Lee Webb, died 1969.

8E.  Ethel L. born Oct 17, 1912, married Roy Wade.

9E.  Burk born July 4, 1915, married Ilene Bridges Feb 15, 1933.

11D.  JAMES AUGUSTUS HOPKINS, son of Joh and Elizabeth Martin Hopkins
was born Oct 31, 1877.  We have no further information on him.

Ready or not, here is the next installment of William Hopkin's Line.

PART VI SECTION 2

3C.  JOSEPH S. HOPKINS, son of Thomas and Lydia Beckopkins was born
ay 11, 183-. He married Pellesia Martin who is believed to be a sister
of Elizabeth Martin who married John, his brother.  Joseph is believed
to have lived on the Old David Collins farm at Grimmet Missouri.  We
know little about him, but he was killed near Mammoth Springs, Arkansas
in the Civil War while coming home on furlough.  A fellow soldier came
to his brother John's home and told of his death and Pellesia and
Elizabeth went there and buried him east of the spring where he was
shot.

PART VI SECTION 4

4C.  ZERELDA HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Lydia Beck Hopkins was born
Aug 27, 1839.  She married David M. "Mac" Cannon.  They lived on the old
Lute Hopkins farm near Grimmet Mo.  They had no children of their own
but raised several relatives and other orphans.  They were both buried
in New Liberty Cemetery.

5C.  MARY J. HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Lydia Beck Hopkins was born
Jan 15, 183-.  We know nothing more of her.

6C.  ATLANTA HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and ydia Beck Hopkins was born
Nov 4, 1839.  She was married to an Adams, and later to
ose Brotherton.  She had children but we know nothing further of them.
She is buried in New Liberty Cemetery near Zerelda.

PART VI SECTION 7

7C.  FRANCIS M. HOPKINS, "Frank", son of Thomas and Marsena Mesey
Hopkins was born June 5, 1852.  It is believed that he married somewhere
in Texas and had two children.  When his wife died he left them with her
family and returned to Missouri where he married again.  We don's know
anything further about her.  Later he married Rosie Baldwin and they
lived on a farm near DeSoto, Missouri.  They had 7 children.

1D.  Sebern Phillip born Dec 28, 1877, died Mar 21, 1959.
2D.  Dora Francis born Jan 16, 1879, married Dec 21, to Gay Albert Page,
Apr 1949
3D.  Thomas Everrett born Aug 3, 1883, married Feb 19, 1908, to Blanche
M. McFarland, died Feb 17, 1949.
4D.  Eva Plinia born Aug 3, 1883, married Jacob Larkin Feb 10, 1925,
died June 6, 1959.
5D.  Otto
arion born Dec 28, 1886, married Fleta Olive Winds Nov 30, 1921.
6D.  Minnie Elizabeth born Dec 21, 1889, married Amos Henry
oore Feb 16, 1916, died Dec 14, 1958.
7D.  Elmer Allen born Aug 27, 1896, married Cora Hampton Robins, Aug 10,
1929,

Here is the next installment of the William Hopkins and Elizabeth Jane
Stone Pamphlet.

PART VI SECTION 8

8C.  CHRISTERFOR D. HOPKINS, son of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins was
born Feb 17, 1860 in Franklin Co. Missouri.  He married Polly Ann Duncan
Aug 30, 1886 in Jefferson Co, Missouri.  He lived at Blackwell Missouri
and died there Feb 27, 1940.  She died Mar 18, 1960 and both are buried
at Blackwell, Missouri.  They had 9 children.

1D.  Thomas Jackson born Aug 10, 1887, died July 15, 1914, in Portland,
Oregon.
2D.  Dolly born July 19, 1889, married Dock Yarbrough.
3D. Eliza A. born Oct. 11, 1890, married Thomas A.Langley.
4D.  Dora Bell born Apr 11, 1893, married June 29, 1910 to James Calwin
Baker.
5D.  Cora Dell born Apr 11, 1893, married Joseph Leanard Warden, ct 5,
1909.
6D.  Merinda Ragetta born Feb 15, 1896, died Feb 20, 1940.
7D.  Margaret Elizabeth born May 11, 1898, married Edgar Boyer July 14,
1915.
8D.  Walus Duglas born May 11, 1901, died Apr 24, 1903.
9D. Alice Marie born May 7, 1906, died Jan 14, 1919.
   
PART VI SECTION 9

9C.  BENJAMIN C. HOPKINS, son of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins was
born July 20, 186- near Richwoods, Missouri.  He died young of unknown
causes.

PART VI SECTION 10

10C.  SINTHY A. HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins
was born Aug 24, 1864.  She married Linny Collins and they lived near
Grimet, Missouri at one time and the last we know of them they lived at
Knoble, Arkansas.

PART VI SECTION 11

11C.  BARBRA L. HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins
was born June 23, 1869.  We first believed that she married Doc Turner,
but his relatives say that he married a Louvisa Ann Hopkins born May 19,
1858.  t is believed that Louvisa Ann is Thomases daughter, but the
birth dates don't match for her to be Barbra L.  We may have the wrong
date or there is a child we don't have listed.  Doc Turner's wife
whoever she may be died May 22, 1898 in Olden, Missouri.  We have no
devinite death date for Barbra L. as such.  Any explanatory information
on this case would be appreciated.

The next installment of the William Hopkins Pamphlet:

1D.  SEBERN PHILLIP HOPKINS, son of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins was
born Dec 28, 1877 at Old Ditch, MO.  He never married.  He died Mar 21,
1959, at DeSoto, MO.

2D.  DORA FRANCIS HOPKINS, daughter of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins
was born Jan 16, 1879 at Old Ditch, MO.  She married Gay Albert Page Dec
21, 1898.  She died Apr 1949, at St Louis, MO, and is buried in Mt Olive
Cemetery, DeSoto, MO

3D  THOMAS EVERRETT HOPKINS, son of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins was
born Aug 3, 1883 at DeSoto, MO.  He married Blanche M. McFarland Feb 19,
1908 at DeSoto, MO.  He died Feb 17, 1949 at Desloge MO and is buried in
Laurel Hills, Cemetery, DeSoto, MO.  They had 5 children that we know
of.

1E.  Clarence Oliver born Aug 12, 1910, married Ruth Marie Holloway Oct
4, 1945. 

2E.  William Franklin born Sep 4, 1912, married Mildred Marie Hinton May
20, 1931.

3E.  Leathel Howard born Apr 20, 1914, married Grace Elaine Wade June 1,
1931.

4E.  Ruby Rose born Nov 24, 1915, married Edmond King, June 2, 1910.

5E.  Mary May born Mar 19, 1921, married Robert Noel Dennison Jan 28,
1939.

4D.  EVA PLINIA HOPKINS, daughter of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins
was born Aug 3, 1883, married Jacob Larkin Feb 10, 1925, died June 6,
1959.

5D.  OTTO MARION HOPKINS, son of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins was
born Dec 28, 1886 at DeSoto, MO.  He married Fleta Olive Winds Nov 30,
1921.  He died June 27, 19-- at DeSoto, MO and is buried in Mt Olive
Cemetery there.

6D.  MINNIE ELIZABETH HOPKINS, daughter of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin
Hopkins was born Dec 21, 1889.  She married Amos Henry Moore Feb 16,
1916.  She was born at DeSoto, MO and died there Dec 14, 1958.  She is
buried there in Woodlawn Cemetery.

7D.  ELEMER ALLEN HOPKINS, son of Frank and Rosie Bauldwin Hopkins was
born Aug 27, 1896 at DeSoto, MO.  He was in World War I as a PFC and was
on the boat to go overseas at the time the armistice was signed.  He
came back home and later went back east to Johnson City, TN by car to
marry his wife, Cora L. Hampton Robins, whose husband William Robins
dies in 1925.  They married there Aug 10, 1929 and then came back to
Missouri.  He was a blacksmith by trade.  He had the following step
children:  Gladys Elizabeth, Stella F, William Abner.  He dies Sep 3,
1969 at St Louis, MO and is buried in Mt Olive Cemetery in DeSoto, MO.
They had 1 child.

1E.  ROSE ALLEN HOPKINS, born Feb 8, 1933, married Edward Sonsoucie, Dec
4, 1955.

Here is the next installment of the William Hopkins and Jane Stone
Pamphlet:

PART VI SECTION 12

12C.  MAINDAINA HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins
was born in 1866.  She married Shelton Stringer.  She died at the birth
of her second child when the first child was only 2 years old.
1D.  Lilian Blanche born June 12, 1885, married John Thomas Copeland,
died Apr 10, 1964.
2D.  Infant born 1887, died at birth.

13C.  ISAAC L. HOPKINS, (believed to have been called Louie) son of
Thomas and Marsena Mesey Hopkins was born July 18, 1850.  He is believed
to have moved to Texas and we know nothing further of him.

14C.  NANCY G. RILDA HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas and Marsena Mesey
Hopkins was born 18--.  She married David Collins.  They had 7 children.
1D.  Amanda married William H. Collins.
2D.  William married Melesia J. Clinton.
3D.  David Married Suzy Collins.
4D.  Mima.
5D.  Samuel H. born 1878.
6D.  Mary Francis born 1879, married James G. Collins.
7D. Minerva Jane born 1881, married Ma 27, 1899 to Edward Clinton.

7B.  JANE HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins was
married to a Josephatfield.  We have no other information on her.

8B.  MATILDA HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins was
born about 1806.  She married James Stark.  We have no further definite
information on her, but we do have an 1860 census record of Lincoln Co.,
Missouri, Prairie Township, which lists a James Stark, age 56, born in
Ky and Matilda Hopkins age 53, born in TN.  We feel this is probably our
Matilda, but we have no rcord of when they were in Tennessee.  Also if
she was 53 in 1860, she may have been born in 1807.  We need further
proof.

Its time for the next installment of the William Hopkins and Jane Stone
pamphlet.

9B.  LUCY HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins was born
Nov 9, 1808.  She married John Zumwalt Apr 21, 1831 in Missouri.  They
lived in Montgomery and Franklin Co., Missouri.  He was born in 1813, St
Charles Co., Missouri and died June 14, 1850, in Franklin Co.,
Missouri.  He was a farmer and they were Methodists.  His father was
Christopher Zumwalt and his mother was Elizabeth Keller.  Lucy died Oct.
10, 1895 in Franklin Co., Missouri.  They had 11 children.
1C. Cynthia Ann born July 17, 1832, married 1. Huff 2. Herod. 3 Barnes
4. Neely 5. Freeman died in 1925.
2C.  Christopher D. born Oct 21, 1833, married Nancy Martin, died July
18, 1918 at Grangeville, Idaho.
3C.  Mary E. born Sept 11, 1835, married Willis Lemons.
4C.  William Harrison born Apr 21, 1837, married Melcia Lemons, died in
the Civil War.
5C.  Sarah J. born Oct 9, 1838, married John M. Lemons.
6C.  Thomas J. born Nov 11, 1840, married May 9, 1869 to Sarah J Manes,
died July 18, 1927 at Richland, Missouri.
7C.  Lucy E. born July 30, 1842, died June 18, 1843.
8C.  John born May 11, 1844, died July 18, 1845.
9C.  Emmaline born Mar 16, 1846, married Richard Reeves.
10C.  Levi born Mar 16, 1848, married Mabel Mollison, died in 1925 in
Moscow, Idaho.
11C.  Benjamin Franklin born July 30, 1850, married Louisa C., died Mar
15, 110.

PART X

10B.  ANNA HOPKINS, daughter of William and Jane Stone Hopkins died
young of measles.  We have no dates for her.

PART XI

11B.  BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HOPKINS, son of William and Jane Stone Hopkins
died young of measles.  We have no dates for him either.

PART XII

12B.  JOHN C. HOPKINS, son of William and Jane Stone Hopkins was born in
1816.  He married Sarah "Sally" Capps.  He lived in Miller and Ozark Co,
Missouri.  After Sarah died, he moved to the old Jake Hopkins place and
was apparently homesteading 40 acres there when he died and the land
went to Jake, his son. e is believed to be buried in New Liberty
Cemetery.  He died Dec 24, 1878, and she died Oct 10, 1868.  Their death
dates were obtained from Jacob Hopkins family Bible now owned by John
Reeves, Jacob's grandson.  They had 8 children.
1C.  William F. born June 25, 1839, married Ruth E. Morrow.
2C.  Cynthia Ann born 1841, married Abneror Abran Buckner.
3C.  Oma.
4C.  John C. born 1846, married a Caroline, last name unknown.
5C.  Thomas Benton born 1848, married Mar 27, 1869 to Sarah E. Cox, died
in 1920.
6C.  Jacob born Mar 21, 1850, married Jan 20, 1870 to Mar. Elizabeth
(Smith) Tackett, died Mar 24, 1933.
7C.  Sarah born 1853, married Apr 2, 1871 to James Smith.
8C.  Benjamin Franklin born 1858, married Nov 14, 1874 to Mary Catherine
Arabella Willis, died Mar 4, 1922.

Here is the next installment of the William Hopkins and Jane Stone
Pamphlet:

PART XII SECTION I

1C.  WILIAM F. HOPKINS, "Will", son of John C. and Sarah Capps Hopkins
was born June 5, 1839.  He married Ruth E. Morrow.  They lived inowell
County, Missouri during the Civil War. e was a blacksmith and a farmer.
In the war, to keep the enemy from getting his tools, he hid them in
Little Piney Hollow back of Lute Hopkins old place.  He recovered all
but the vice after the war.  It was found by one of the Cannons later
and we bought it at the recent Ed Cannon sale.  Will was captured in
Ashley County, Arkansas and held prisoner at Rock Island Illinois for
about a year.  After the war, he returned and homesteaded the (Now) Flay
awerence Farm which was owned later by his son Thomas.  He died there
Feb 27, 1898, and is buried in ew Liberty Cemetery.  They had 12
children.
1D.  Sarah Frances born Jan 4, 1857, married Nov 14, 1886 to George
Summers, died July 14, 1939.
2D.  Joseph A.
3D.  James Elbert born Sep 6, 1869, married Jan 11, 1880 to Mary E.
Edmonson, died Mar 29, 1937.
4D.  George W. born 1861, married Laura F. Livsey Sep 17, 1884, died
1943, buried at New iberty Cemetery.
5D. Andrew J. born Mar 22, 1863, married ct 3, 1884 to Sarah P. Calahan
died Sep 7, 1886, buried at New Liberty Cemetery.
6D.  Thomas J. born Mar 9, 1866, married Mar 20, 1887 to Milly A.
Edmonson, died July 29, 1930.
7D.  Charlotte Elizabeth born Nov 16, 1867, married Nov 16, 1898 to
Robert A Duncan, died Nov 8, 1933.
8D. Sampson born 1869.
9D.  Missouri born Mar 10, 1871, died Apr 29, 1879, buried at New
Liberty Cemetery.
10D.  David M. born Apr 8, 1873, died Mar 7, 1880.
11D.  Josia born Apr 23, 1875, died Sep 7, 1883.
12D.  Melanie A. born Nov 9, 1877, died Oct 27, 1882.

1D.  SARAH FRANCES HOPKINS, daughter of Wiliam and Ruth Morrow Hopkins
was born Jan 4, 1857 in Howell Co, Missouri.  She married George Summers
(born Mar 28, 1848 in Georgia died Mar 31, 1934) Nov 14, 1886.  She died
July 14, 1939 in Howell Valley, Missouri.  We have an incomplete list of
their children.
1E.  Willie
2E.  Tom
3E.  Lloyd
4E.  Walter
5E.  Jessie Othel born Apr 26, 1901, died Feb 20, 1950.

2D.  JOSEPH A. HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born
in Howell Co, Missouri, date unknown.  We know nothing further of him.

3D.  JAMES ELBERT HOPKINS, born Sep 6, 1869, in Howell Co. Missouri.  He
married Jan 11, 1880 to Mary E. Edmonson.  They lived on the (now) Wayne
Sharp Farm.  He gave the land for the Hopkins School, which is now
consolidated into Richards and the building sold.  He was a farmer and
part-time blacksmith.  He died here on Mar 29, 1937 and is buried in New
iberty Cemetery.  They had 6 children.
1E.  John William born Mar 10, 1881, married Mayme Dwad Nov 20, 1898,
died Oct 15, 1949.
2E.  unknown.
3E.  Smiley Alfred born Nov 24, 1885, died July 16, 1886.
4E.  Georgia born Aug 24, 1880, married Mar 30, 1902 to Hugh Cunningham.
5E.  Luther M. "Lute" married Dec 22, 1915 to Gladys Shinkle.
6E.  Iva married Sep 26, 1915 to Ray Williams.

>Here is the next installment of the William Hopkins and Jane Stone
>Pamphlet:
>
>4D.  GEORGE W. HOPKINS,son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born
>in 1861 in Howell Co., Missouri. e maried Sep 17, to Laura F. Livsey,
>(born in 1864 at Mt View, Missouri, died July 4, 1932) He died in 1943
>and both are buried in ew Liberty Cemetery.  He was a Baptist preacher.
>He was ordained Oct 7, 1906 at New Hope Primitive Baptist Church.  They
>lived just south of the Will Hopkins place near Grimmet Missouri.  They
>had 4 children.
> 1E.  Haqrry P married Sep 11, 1908 to Lottie Collins.
> 2E.  Fred
> 3E. Ruth
> 4E.  Otto.
>
>5D.  ANDREW J. HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born
>Mar 22, 1863 in Howell Co. Missouri. He married Sarah P. Callahan Oct 3,
>1884. e died Sep 7, 1886 and is buried in New iberty Cemetery.  We know
>nothing further of him.
>
>6D.  THOMAS J. HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born
>Mar 9, 1866.  He married Milly A. Edmonson Mar 20, 1887.  He owned the
>Will Hopkins place and the Jake Hopkins place as well as some land in
>Arkansas.  He was a Democrat Sheriff of Howell County from 1916 to
>1920.  He died inowell Co. July 29, 1930 and is buried in New Liberty
>Cemetery. is wife was born Oct 28, 1868 and died in Howell Co,
>Missouri Dec 31, 1937.  They had 9 children.
> 1E.  Grace P. born Feb 12, 1888 buried Cleveland, Oklahoma.
> 2E.  Vidie Vistie born Dec 7, 189, died Nov 13, 1891.
> 3E.  Everett born Sep 14, 1892, married Lola Grace Turner Dec 8, 1919.
> 4E.  Etta born Jan 1, 1895, married Richard Turner Aug 6, 1916.
> 5E.  Ulta born Aug 22, 1897, married George Sam Chestnut, Feb 25, 1917.
> 6E.  John Clifford born Nov 7, 1899, married Exie Turner Nov 9, 1919,
>died 1955.
> 7E.  Barney born Aug 7, 1902, married Thelma Turner, died July 2, 1967.
> 8E.  Velma born Feb 21, 1907, married Howard "Doc" Caldwell, died 1959.
> 9E.  Wayne born May 3, 1910, married Edith.
>
>7D.  CHARLOTTE ELIZABETH, daughter of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins
>was born Nov 16, 1867.  She married Robert A. Duncan Nov 16, 1898.  She
>died Nov 8, 1933 and is buried at New Liberty Cemetery.
>
>8D.  SAMPSON HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born in
>1869.  He went to Brownsville, Texas and married and had children, but
>we have no further information on him.
>
>9D.  MISSOURI HOPKINS, daughter of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was
>born Mar 10, 1871.  She died Apr 29, 1879 and is buried at New iberty
>Cemetery.
>
>10D.  DAVID M. HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was born
>Apr 8, 1873.  He died Mar 7, 1880 and is buried in New Liberty Cemetery.
>
>11D.  JOSIAH HOPKINS, son of William and Ruth Hopkins was born Apr 23,
>1875.  He died Sep 7, 1883 and is buried in the New Liberty Cemetery.
>
>12D.  MELANIE HOPKINS, daughter of William and Ruth Morrow Hopkins was
>born Nov 9, 1877.  She died Oct 27, 1882 and is buried at New iberty
>Cemetery.
>
Sorry it has taken so long but here is the next installment of the
William Hopkins and Jane Stone Pamphlet:

PART XII Section 2

2C.. CYNTHIA ANN HOPKINS, daughter of John C. and Sarah Capps Hopkins
was born in 1841 in Missouri.  She married 1. Abneror Abram Buckner 2.
John Wesley Merritt, Nov 24, 1873.  She had 4 children.
1D.  James R. Buckner, born 1866
2D.  Samuel Z. Merritt born 1874
3D.  King David Merritt, born 1877.
4D.  Emeline Merritt born 1879.

PART XII Section 3

3C.  OMA HOPKINS, daughter of John C. and Sarah Capps Hopkins is
believed to have married and moved to Texas.  We have no dates for her.

PART XII Section 4

4C.  John C. Hopkins, son of John C. and Sarah Capps Hopkins was born in
184 in Ozark Co. Missouri.  He is believed to have married a Caroline,
last name unknown.  We have an 1880 Benton Co. Arkansas census which
lists a John C. Hopkins age 39, born in Missouri and a Caroline E. age
39 born in Missouri.  We either have his birth date wrong, or this is
not the same one.

PART XII Section 5

5C.  THOMAS BENTON HOPKINS, son of John C. and Sarah Capps Hopkins was
born 1848 (?) in Ozark Co, Missouri.  He married Mar 27, 1869 to Sarah
E. Cox, born 1851 in Kentucky, died in 1929 in Howell Co, Missouri and
is buried in Buff Cemetery, Howell Co, Missouri.  He fought in the Civil
War.  We believe he drove an ammunition wagon in the war.  He died in
1920 and is buried in the Union Grove Cemetery, Howell Co, Missouri.
They had 3 children.
1D. Nancy Jane born Jan 18, 1870, Howell Co, Missouri. Married Mar 6,
1890 to John R. Fox, died Feb 14, 1931.
2D.  Jacon S. born Nov 10, 1873 in Howell Co, Missouri married Dec 11,
1892 to Annie Mary Smity, cied Jan 11, 1949.
3D.  Lewis T. born 1877, married Ida Wade, Nov 1, 1896, died in 1944.

1D.  NANCY JANE HOPKINS, daughter of Thomas B. and Sarah Cox Hopkins was
born Jan 18, 1870 in Howell Co, Missouri.  She married Mar 6, 1890 to
John R. Fox.  She died Feb 14, 1931 and is buried in the Buff Cemetery,
Howell Co, Missouri.  They had 1 child.
1E.  Claudy, married Ida Purdy.

2D.  JACOB S. HOPKINS, son of Thomas B. and Sarah Cox Hopkins was born
Nov 10, 1873 in Howell Co, Missouri.  He married Dec 11, 1892 to Annie
Mary Smith.  He died Jan 11, 1949 and is buried at Union Grove Cemetery,
Howell Co, Missouri.  They had 7 children.

1E.  Ida E. born 1893, died 1913.
2E.  Anna married Cliff Sample.
3E.  Frankie
4E.  Eva
5E.  Odie
        6E.  Cassie Irene
7E.  Sally

That is all for tonight.  Thanks for your time.

RUSS HARDEN
rustler@telepath

  

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