Stephen Hopkins

Stephen Hopkins, Ruhamah Doaneā€™s ancestor who came to Jamestown in 1610 and emigrated to Massachusetts on the Mayflower in 1620, lived a fascinating life. His biography, Here Shall I Die Ashore, was published in 2003 by Xlibris. Mayflower Families Through Five GenerationsĀ Vol Six chronicles his descendants. It was published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants in 2001.

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3 Responses to Stephen Hopkins

  1. Mickie Cook says:

    Possible typo correction suggestion: Hopkins arrival on Mayflower was 1620.
    Respectfully,

    • Sam Cromartie says:

      Thank you. Correction made. Following is the response to your email of 13 Jan 2020 regarding the linage of Ivy Julia Cromartie (born 24 Feb 1881 in Florida and died 30 Aug 1971 in Fort Lauderdale, daughter of Augustus Whitfield Cromartie and Sarah Elizabeth Driver. Augustus was born 8 Apr 1852 in Hickory Grove Crossroads, NC and died 17 Nov 1932 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Sarah Elizabeth Dryer died 10 May 1905.
      Augustus’s father was Luther Cromartie (born 12 Oct 1829 in Bladen County, NC and died 10 May 1911 in Bladen County). He was buried in the South River Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Augustus’s mother was Julia Clark Cromartie who died 13 Nov 1909.
      Luther was the son of James Cromartie and Catherine Taylor. James was born 28 Mar 1767 in South River, Bladen County, NC and died 27 June 1845 in Bladen County, NC. Catherine was born 21 Dec 1788 in Bladen County, NC and died 15 June 1869 in Bladen County. James was the son of William Cromartie (born 31 May 1731 in South Ronaldsay Island, Orkney Islands, Scotland and died 21 Sept 1807 in Bladen County.

  2. Mickie Cook says:

    Great! Thank you. Now I can figure out my relationship to Mrs.Ivy.

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