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Samuel HOPKINS
Hannah JANNEY
Husband:  Samuel HOPKINS
Birth:  3 Feb 1759, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Death:  9 Feb 1814 
Father:  Johns HOPKINS
Mother:  Elizabeth THOMAS
Marriage:  29 Aug 1792, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Wife:  Hannah JANNEY
Birth:  19 May 1774, Alexandria, Fairfax Co., VA
Death:  25 Nov 1848, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Father:  Joseph JANNEY
Mother:  Hannah JONES
Children:
1.  Gerard HOPKINS, b. 1792, MD 
2.  Johns HOPKINS, b. 19 May 1795, Whitehall, Anne Arundel Co., MD 
3.  Mahlon HOPKINS, b. 11 Nov 1801, MD; d. 1868
4.  Philip HOPKINS, b. 31 May 1807, Anne Arundel Co., MD; d. 23 Dec 1844

Said to have had seven additional children.

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Maryland, Virginia

Source:

1.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service: Ancestral File.

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