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Hannah Hopkins (Strong)

Birthplace: Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
Death: Died in Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
Immediate Family:

Daughter of John Strong, Jr. and Mary Bird
Wife of John Hopkins and Lt. John Hopkins
Mother of Mary Hickox; John Hopkins, Jr.; Unknown Hopkins; Consider Hopkins; Stephen Hopkins and 5 others
Sister of Mary Standley
Half sister of Samuel Bird; Joseph Bird; Elizabeth Burnham; Jacob Strong, Sr. and Josiah Strong

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About Hannah Hopkins

  • 2. John Strong, Jr., s/o Elder John Strong #1, b. ca. 1633 Chard, Somerset, England, d. Feb 20, 1697/8 Windsor, CT,

ml Nov 26, 1656 Windsor, Mary Clark, d/o Joseph and France (Dewey) Clark of Windsor, CT, bap. Sep 30, 1638, d. Apr 28, 1663

m2 in 1664 Elizabeth Warriner who was admitted to the Windsor Church in Aug. 1666 , d. Jun 7, 1684,

m3 Nov 2, 1686, Hannah Trumble nee Smith of Suffield, d/o Hugh and Mary Smith of Rowley, MA, b. Mar 24, 1647, d. Mar 27, 1719 Windsor.

After John died, she m3, Nicholas Buckland. John was the son of Elder John Strong and his first wife Margerie Deane.

He was the only surviving child of this marriage born before Jul 22, 1634 when he was named with his mother in the will of his grandfather, William Deane of Southchard, Chard, Somerset, England. 

John was a tanner and spent his life in Windsor, CT. He was a man of prominence in the affairs of that city. His family was not mentioned in the will of Elder John Strong having received, along with his brother Return Strong the Tanneries in Windsor as his inheritance portion.

The inventory of the estate of John Strong, was taken Feb 28, 1697/8; it names the children as John Strong, age 32, Jacob, 25; Josiah, 19; Mary Stanly, 40, and Hannah Hopkins, 36.

The following month, two agreements were made by the heirs, the first relating to the dower of the widow Hannah Strong, who is called mother-in-law [stepmother] of the sons; the second, relating to distribution to the children, signed by John, Jacob and Josiah Strong, Return Strong, as the guardian of Josiah, and Timothy Stanley and John Hopkins. [Manwaring's Digest, l : 579.]

  • *'4. Hannah Strong, d/o John Strong, Jr. #1, b. Aug 11, 1660 Windsor, CT, d. May 30, 1730, m. ca 1683, Hartford, CT, LT. John Hopkins, s/o Stephen and Dorcas (Bronson) Hopkins, b. ca. 1663 Hartford, d. Nov 4, 1732 Waterbury, CT.
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  • Stephen Hpkins marr abt 1657 Hartford, Hartford Co, CT Dorcas Bronson.
  • 6 Children of Stephen Hopkins and Dorcas Bronson:
  • '1. John Hopkins b. 1662 Hartford, Hartford Co, CT marr Hannah Stromg


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Hannah Hopkins's Timeline

August 11, 1660
Windsor, Hartford County, Connecticut Colony
December 22, 1684
Age 24
Waterbury, CT, USA
March 29, 1686
Age 25
November 10, 1687
Age 27
Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
November 10, 1689
Age 29
Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
November 16, 1691
Age 31
Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
December 27, 1693
Age 33
Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
January 27, 1696
Age 35
Waterbury, New Haven County, Connecticut Colony
April 23, 1699
Age 38