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Stephen HOPKINS, Sr.
Dorcas BRONSON
Husband:  Stephen HOPKINS, Sr.
Birth:  ca. 1634, MA
Death:  6 Oct 1689, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 
Father:  John HOPKINS
Mother:  Jane __?__
Marriage:  4 Mar 1656/7, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT
Wife:  Dorcas BRONSON
Baptism:  19 Dec 1633, Earl's Colne, co. Essex, England
Death:  13 May 1697, Hartford, Hartford Co., CT 
Father:  John BRONSON, Sr.
Mother:  Frances HILLS
Children born Hartford, Hartford Co., CT:
1.  Dorcas HOPKINS, b. 1660
2.  John HOPKINS, b. 1662 
3.  Stephen HOPKINS, Jr., b. 1663
4.  Joseph HOPKINS, b. ca. 1664 
5.  Ebenezer HOPKINS, Sr., b. Jul 1668 
6.  Mary HOPKINS, b. 1670
7.  Webster HOPKINS
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; GBR, UK, United Kingdom, ENG, ESS; USA, US, United States, Connecticut, Massachusetts

Sources:

1.  Timothy Hopkins.  1932.  John Hopkins of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1634, and Some of His Descendants. Stanford Univ. Press, Stanford, CA.

2.  Gary Boyd Roberts.  1995.  Ancestors of American Presidents.  New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston.

3.  Sylvester Judd.  1851.  "Ancestors of Rev. Samuel Hopkins, D.D., of Newport, and Their Children." New England Historical and Genealogical Record.  5(1): 43-45.  On p. 43:
Stephen Hopkins, only son of John, married Dorcas Bronson, daughter of John Bronson, of Farmington, and resided at Hartford.  He died in 1689, and his widow in 1697.  He names, in his will, six (sic) children, viz.:  John, Stephen, Ebenezer, Joseph, Dorcas, Webster, and Mary Hopkins.

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