Sketch of the Public and Private Life of Samuel Miles Hopkins, of Salem, Connecticut
Samuel Miles Hopkins, Sarah Hopkins Bradford
Society, 1898 - 56 pages
Samuel Miles Hopkins (1772-1837) was the son of Samuel Hopkins and Mary Miles (1811-1858) of Goshen, Connecticut. He was a descendant of the emigrant John Hopkins and his wife Jane (Strong?) of Hartford, Connecticut. John was the possible second son of Stephen Hopkins who was the fourteenth on the list of forty-one passengers who signed the Mayflower Compact in December 1620. John came to Massachusetts with the Reverend Thomas Hooker in 1633. The historical sketch traces the Puritan lineage of the author. Samuel Miles Hopkins married Sarah Elisabeth Rogers (1778-1866) of New York City in 1800. They were the parents of seven children: Mary Elizabeth (b.1802), William Rogers (b.1805), Julia Anne (b.1807), Hester Rogers (b.1808), Samuel Miles (b.1813), Woolsey Rogers (b.1815) and Sarah Elizabeth (b.1818.
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