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Ann Hopton

Also Known As: "Ann Hopton Jones", "Anne Hopton Morgan", "Elizabeth Gwyn", "Gwynn"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Llanturnam Abbey, Gloucestershire, Wales
Death: Died in Pennsylvania, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Sir Edward Hopton and Deborah Hopton
Sister of William Hopton

Occupation: Lady (name prefix), Ann Of Canon-Frome Wales HOPTON
Managed by: Dan Cornett
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About Lady Ann Hopton

Ann Hopton was NOT a spouse of Sir James Morgan, 4th Baronet of Llantarnam.

-------------------- Sir James Morgan,4th Baraonet of Llantarnam m. (1st) widow Ann Hopton Jones, of Canon-Frome; m. (2nd) Lady Alice Hopton, of Canon-Frome, cousin of first wife. Issue (1st wife) : 1. Edward, d. infancy. (By 2nd wife) : 2. Sarah. 3. William, d. infancy. 4. Edward. Sir James is buried at Stowell, County Gloucester. All of the Baronets of llantarnam were non-jurors and adhered to the old religion, with all their resources. They were continually suffering sequestration by Parliament, of their estates, but managed to retain them by frequent compounding, the largest being for 1,007. paid by the second Sir Edward in 1666, when Parliament sequestered Pencoyd Castle, but permitted retention of Llantarnam Abbey. from which the title was derived. All the Baronets sheltered priests: and, when Llantarnam Abbey passed to the Blewetts, (Lady Frances being declared eventually heiress of Sir James). and was restored by them, many "priest holes" were priests had been concealed from the soldiers, were discovered. Sarah, the oldest daughter, m. Stephen Bazelle or Baptist, joined her husband's faith and was expelled from her home, in consequence. She sailed with her husband for America, accompanied by her youngest brother Edward (or, perhaps. he joined her afterwards in Philadelphia. VI. below.)

http://www.welshruins.co.uk/photo2769176.html -------------------- Sir James Morgan,4th Baraonet of Llantarnam m. (1st) widow Ann Hopton Jones, of Canon-Frome; m. (2nd) Lady Alice Hopton, of Canon-Frome, cousin of first wife. Issue (1st wife) : 1. Edward, d. infancy. (By 2nd wife) : 2. Sarah. 3. William, d. infancy. 4. Edward. Sir James is buried at Stowell, County Gloucester. All of the Baronets of llantarnam were non-jurors and adhered to the old religion, with all their resources. They were continually suffering sequestration by Parliament, of their estates, but managed to retain them by frequent compounding, the largest being for 1,007. paid by the second Sir Edward in 1666, when Parliament sequestered Pencoyd Castle, but permitted retention of Llantarnam Abbey. from which the title was derived. All the Baronets sheltered priests: and, when Llantarnam Abbey passed to the Blewetts, (Lady Frances being declared eventually heiress of Sir James). and was restored by them, many "priest holes" were priests had been concealed from the soldiers, were discovered. Sarah, the oldest daughter, m. Stephen Bazelle or Baptist, joined her husband's faith and was expelled from her home, in consequence. She sailed with her husband for America, accompanied by her youngest brother Edward (or, perhaps. he joined her afterwards in Philadelphia. VI. below.)

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Lady Ann Hopton's Timeline

1645
1645
Gloucestershire, Wales
1694
1694
Age 49
Pennsylvania, Colonial America
1694
Age 49
Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, United States
1695
October 27, 1695
Age 49
Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom