Descendants of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower

 

Generation No. 1

1. STEPHEN2 HOPKINS (STEPHEN1) (Source: "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations", volume six, "Hopkins", published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1992..) was born Abt. 1580 in England, and died Bet. June 6 - July 17, 1644 in Plymouth, MA. He married (1) NAME UNKNOWN. She was born in England, and died Bef. 1617 in England. He married (2) ELIZABETH FISHER Abt. February 19, 1617/18 in Whitechapel, London, England. She died Aft. February 4, 1638 in Plymouth.

Notes for STEPHEN HOPKINS:

Stephen Hopkins sailed on the Mayflower in 1620. Was one of the Londoners or strangers recruited for the voyage. He was called Master, and only two other of the 17 free men on the voyage were styled. Stephen was called a tanner or leather maker at the time of the Mayflower voyage. He seems to have originated from the family of Hopkins, alias Seborne, located for several generations at Wortley, Wooton Underedge, Gloucester County, England. Although Stephen of the Mayflower may well have been a son of Stephen Hopkins, a clothier of Wortley, who also had a son Robert Hopkins of London. Two indentured servants (Edward Doty and Edward Lister) came with Hopkins on the Mayflower.

Stephen Hopkins was probably the young man of that name who served as minister's clerk on the vessel Sea Venture which sailed from London June 2, 1609, bound for Virginia. The ship was severely damaged in a hurricane and the company was washed ashore on the Bermuda "Isle of the Divels" on July 28, 1609. The 150 survivors were marooned on the island for nine months, building two vessels which ultimately took them to Virginia.

During the sojourn, Stephen Hopkins encouraged an uprising by his fellows upon the grounds that the Governor's authority pertained only to the voyage and the regime in Virginia, not to the forced existence in Bermuda. For his remarks, he was placed under guard, brought before the company in manacles and sentenced to death by court-martial. "But so pentent hee was and made so much moane, alleadging the ruine of his Wife and Children: in this his trespasse", according to William Starchey's record of the voyage, that friends among his cohorts procured a pardon from the Governor.

The two newly built vessels, Patience and Deliverance, arrived at Jamestown on May 24, 1610, but no evidence has been found of Hopkins' residence there, and it is presumed he soon returned to his family in England . While Hopkins was very religious, he was contentious and defiant of authority and possessed enough learning to undertake to wrest leadership from others.

Stephen Hopkins was not only one of the first men among the Pilgrims, but he had extraordinary fortune in being concerned with many of the first things that happened to the colonists, whether for good or evil. Thus, he was one of the signers of the first Declaration of Independence in the New World- the famous Compact, drawn up and signed in the cabin of the Mayflower, November 21, 1620. He was a member of the first expedition that left the ship to find a place for landing; he was in the first party that went ashore at Plymouth Rock; he was the first white man of the colony to entertain an Indian at his house overnight. He went, with Gov. Winslow and Squantum, on the first embassy sent to Massasoit to conclude a treaty; he was a member of the first Council of Governor's Assistants after the incorporation of Plymouth- a position to which he was chosen for three years in succession (1632-1635); and to this we may add that his two servants, Edward Leister and Edward Doty, fought the first duel on record in New England. He is repeatedly mentioned in the records of the colonies.

He seems to have been Fairly prosperous, for toward the close of his life we find him purchasing a share in a vessel of 40 to 50 tons, valued at two hundred pounds sterling.

On June 6, 1644, he made his will. The exact date of his death is unknown; but it must have been before July 17, for then his inventory was taken. In his will, witnessed by Gov. Bradford and Capt. Standish, he passes by his oldest son, Giles, and makes Caleb, the only son of his second wife, his heir and executor.

Will of Stephen Hopkins- The last Will and Testament of Mr. Stephen Hopkins exhibited upon the Oathes of mr Willm Bradford and Captaine Miles Standish at the generall Court holden at Plymouth the xxth of August Anno dm 1644 as it followeth in these wordes vizt.

The sixt of June 1644 I Stephen Hopkins of Plymouth in New England being weake yet in good and prfect memory blessed be God yet considering the fraile estate of all men I do ordaine and make this to be my last will and testament in manner and forme following and first I do committ my body to the earth from whence it was taken, and my soule to the Lord who gave it, my body to b eburyed as neare as convenyently may be to my wyfe Deceased And first my will is that out of my whole estate my funerall expences be discharged secondly that out of the remayneing part of my said estate that all my lawfull Debts be payd thirdly I do bequeath by this my will to my sonn Giles Hopkins my great Bull wch is now in the hands of Mris Warren. Also I do give to Stephen Hopkins my sonn Giles his sonne twenty shillings in Mris Warrens hands for the hire of the said Bull Also I give and bequeath to my daughter Constanc Snow the wyfe of Nicholas Snow my mare also I give unto my daughter Deborah Hopkins the brodhorned black cowe and her calf and half the Cowe called Motley Also I doe give and bequeath unto my daughter Damaris Hopkins the Cowe called Damaris heiffer and the white faced calf and half the cowe called Mottley Also I give to my daughter Ruth the Cowe called Red Cole and her calfe and a Bull at Yarmouth wch is in the keepeing of Giles Hopkins wch is an yeare and advantage old and half the curld Cowe Also I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth the Cowe called Smykins and her calf and thother half of the Curld Cowe wth Ruth and an yearelinge heiffer wth out a tayle in the keeping of Gyles Hopkins at Yarmouth Also I do give and bequeath unto my foure daughters that is to say Deborah Hopkins Damaris Hopkins Ruth Hopkins and Elizabeth Hopkins all the mooveable goods the wch do belong to my house as linnen wollen beds bedcloathes pott kettles pewter or whatsoevr are moveable belonging to my said house of what kynd soever and not named by their prticular names all wch said mooveables to be equally devided amongst my said daughters foure silver spoones that is to say to eich of them one, And in case any of my said daughters should be taken away by death before they be marryed that then the part of their division to be equally devided amongst the Survivors. I do also by this my will make Caleb Hopkins my sonn and heire apparent giveing and bequeathing unto my said sonn aforesaid all my Right title and interrest to my house and lands at Plymouth wth all the Right title and interrest wch doth might or of Right doth or may hereafter belong unto mee, as also I give unto my saide heire all such land wch of Right is Rightly due unto me and not at prsent in my reall possession wch belongs unto me by right of my first comeing into this land or by any other due Right, as by such freedome or otherwise giveing unto my said heire my full & whole and entire Right in all divisions allottments appoyntments or distributions whatsoever to all or any pt of the said lande at any tyme or tymes so to be disposed Also I do give moreover unto my foresaid heire one paire or yooke of oxen and the hyer of them wch are in the hands of Richard Church as may appeare by bill under his hand Also I do give unto my said heire Caleb Hopkins all my debts wch are now oweing unto me, or at the day of my death may be oweing unto mee either by booke bill or bills or any other way rightfully due unto mee ffurthermore my will is that my daughters aforesaid shall have free recourse to my house in Plymouth upon any occation there to abide and remayne for such tyme as any of them shall thinke meete and convenyent & they single persons And for the faythfull prformance of this my will I do make and ordayne my aforesaid sonn and heire Caleb Hopkins my true and lawfull Executor ffurther I do by this my will appoynt and make my said sonn and Captaine Miles Standish joyntly supervisors of this my will according to the true meaneing of the same that is to say that my Executor & supervisor shall make the severall divisions parts or porcons legacies or whatsoever doth appertaine to the fullfilling of this my will It is also my will that my Executr & Supervisor shall advise devise and dispose by the best wayes & meanes they cann for the disposeing in marriage or other wise for the best advancnt of the estate of the forenamed Deborah Damaris Ruth and Elizabeth Hopkins Thus trusting in the Lord my will shalbe truly prformed according to the true meaneing of the same I committ the whole Disposeing hereof to the Lord that hee may direct you herein

June 6th 1644

Witnesses hereof By me Steven Hopkins Myles Standish William Bradford

More About STEPHEN HOPKINS:

Baptism: October 29, 1581, Parish of Wooton Underedge, Gloucester Co., England

More About STEPHEN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH FISHER:

Marriage: Abt. February 19, 1617/18, Whitechapel, London, England

Children of STEPHEN HOPKINS and NAME UNKNOWN are:

2. i. CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1607, England; d. Abt. October 1677, Eastham, MA.

3. ii. GILES HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1609, England; d. Abt. 1690, Eastham, MA.

Children of STEPHEN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH FISHER are:

iii. DAMARIS3 HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1618, England; d. Aft. 1627, Plymouth, MA; died young, was alive 1627 but probally the daughter reported by Bradford to have "dyed here"..

iv. OCEANUS HOPKINS, b. 1620, On ship at sea, the date being between Sept. 16 and Nov. 11.; d. Unknown, Plymouth, MA; died young, prob. bef. 1623 when his father's family was listed as consisting of six persons..

v. CALEB HOPKINS (Source: "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations", volume six, "Hopkins", published by General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1992., Page 7.), b. Abt. 1622, Plymouth, MA; d. Abt. 1651, Barbadoes.

Notes for CALEB HOPKINS:

He was a "voluntary" with his father and older brother when about fifteen; called "heire apparent" in father's will, while brother Giles was living; Caleb and Myles Standish were executors of Stephen Hopkins' will of 1644; Caleb "became a seaman, & dyed at Barbadoes," according to Governor Bradford, Writing bet. 6 March and 3 April 1651; d.s.p. in Barbados after 6 June 1644 and bef. 3 April 1651.

vi. DEBORAH HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1624; d. Unknown; m. ANDREW RING; d. Unknown.

vii. DAMARIS HOPKINS, b. Aft. 1627, Plymouth, MA; d. Unknown; m. JACOB COOK, June 1646; b. 1618, England; d. 1675.

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Marriage: June 1646

viii. RUTH HOPKINS, b. Plymouth, MA; d. Unknown.

Notes for RUTH HOPKINS:

She died unmarried after Nov. 30, 1644, when distribution of her share of her father's estate was agreed upon, and probably before April 3, 1651, when Governor Bradford indicated that she was dead; certainly before the settlement of the estate of her sister Elizabeth, October 5, 1659.

ix. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. Plymouth, MA; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELIZABETH HOPKINS:

Her custody was given on Nov. 30, 1644, after the death of her father and when she was still a child, to Richard Sparrow, who was to keep her "as his own child until the "tyme" of her marriage or until she be nineteen years of age"; Captain Myles Standish brought an action against Sparrow on her behalf for breach of contract Oct. 5, 1656; she was a witness in a slander action in 1651/2; Died unmarried after October of 1657 and perhaps before September 29, 1659, the latter being the date of valuation of her cattle by John Freeman and Edward Bangs; however, an agreement of Oct. 5, 1659 by Andrew Ring, Jacob Cooke and Giles Hopkins as to Elizabeth's property was contingent upon "that incase Elizabeth Hopkins Doe Come Noe more," indicating that she had the disappeared and that her relatives thought that she was probably dead.

 

Generation No. 2

2. CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS (STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1607 in England, and died Abt. October 1677 in Eastham, MA. She married (1) NICHOLAS SNOW Abt. May 1626. He was born 1605, and died November 15, 1676. She married (2) NICOLAS SNOW Bef. 1628 in Plymouth, MA, son of NICHOLAS SNOW and ELIZABETH ROWELLES. He was born Abt. 1598, and died November 15, 1676 in Eastham, MA.

Notes for CONSTANCE HOPKINS:

Constance, sometimes call Constanta in records. Governor Bradford wrote of her, between March 6 and April 3, 1651, that " Constanta is also maried, and hath 12 children all of the living, and one of them married."

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Baptism: St. Leonard's, Shoreditch, London, England

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Marriage: Abt. May 1626

Notes for NICOLAS SNOW:

Came to America on the Ann in 1623. He was named in 1634 to lay out highways in Plymouth, and served as arbitrator, surveyor of highways, and on juries. By 1645 he had settled at Eastham where he served as clerk, selectman, deputy, constable, surveyor, excise collector, and on court committees.

The will of Nicolas Snow of Eastham is dated November 14, 1676.

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Baptism: January 25, 1598/99, St Leonard's, Shoreditch, London, England

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Marriage: Bef. 1628, Plymouth, MA

Children of CONSTANCE HOPKINS and NICOLAS SNOW are:

4. i. MARY4 SNOW, b. Abt. 1630, Plymouth, MA; d. April 28, 1704, Eastham, MA.

ii. MARK SNOW, b. May 9, 1628; d. Unknown.

iii. SARAH SNOW, b. Abt. 1632; d. Unknown.

iv. JOSEPH SNOW, b. Abt. 1634; d. Unknown.

v. STEPHEN SNOW, b. Abt. 1636; d. Unknown.

vi. JOHN SNOW, b. Abt. 1638; d. Unknown.

vii. ELIZABETH SNOW, b. Abt. 1640; d. Unknown.

viii. JABEZ SNOW, b. Abt. 1642; d. Unknown.

ix. RUTH SNOW, b. Abt. 1644; d. Unknown.

3. GILES3 HOPKINS (STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1609 in England, and died Abt. 1690 in Eastham, MA. He married CATHERINE WELDON October 9, 1639 in Plymouth, MA, daughter of GABRIEL WELDON. She was born Abt. 1618 in England, and died Abt. 1688 in Eastham, MA.

Notes for GILES HOPKINS:

Giles (Gyles) Hopkins cane on the ship Mayflower with his family. He volunteered with his father and brother, Caleb to go up against the Pequot Indians in 1637. He moved from Plymouth to Yarmouth in late 1638 or early 1639 and probably met his wife there. They occupied the first house traditionally built by the English on Cape Cod below Sandwich.

Giles took the oath of fidelity at Yarmouth and was named a surveyor of highways, March 7, 1642/3.

He was conveyed 100 acres by his brother, Caleb on October 28, 1644. He moved to Eastham, where he served as highway surveyor in 1660, 1662, and 1671.

His will was dated January 19, 1682, and a codicil, dated March 5, 1688 were admitted to probate April 16, 1690. Will of Gyles Hopkins- To all Christian people to whome these presents shall com know ye that I Giles Hopkins of Eastham being sick and weak of Body and yet of perfit memory do declare this as my Last will and Testament on this ninteenth day of January in ye year of our Lord 1682.

I bequeath my Body to ye grave in decent burial when this Temporal Life of mine shall have an end and my soul to god that gave it in hopes of a blessed Resurection at ye Last day.

2ly my will is that my son Stephen Hopkins shall possess and Injoy all my Upland and meadow Lying and being at Satuckit that is to say all my upland and meadow on ye southerly side of ye bounds of ye Towne of eastham that is to say all my Right and title Intrest and claime to all those Lands from ye head of Namescakit to ye southermost part of ye long pond where mannomoyet cart way goes over to Satuckit and from thence to ye head of manomoyet river and so as our Line shall run over to ye south sea all ye Lands between thos bounds and ye westermost bounds of ye purchesers at satuckit river all these Lands I give Unto my son Stephen Hopkins and to his heirs forever: and half my stock of cattill for and in consideration of ye above sd Land and half stock of cattel my will is that after my decease my son Stephen Hopkins shall take ye care and oversight and maintaine my son William Hopkins during his natural Life in a comfortable decent manner.

3ly my will is that all my Lands at Palmet both purchesed and unpurchesed both meadows and upland and all my Lands at Pochet and my third part of Samsons neck and what other Lands shall fall unto me as a purcheser from ye fore mentioned Bounds of my son Stephen Hopkinses Lands and potanomacot all these fore specified Lands I give unto my sons Caleb and Joshua Hopkins to be equaly devided between them: further my will is that if either of my sons Joshua or Caleb Hopkins dye having no Issew that then these Lands which I have given them to be equally devided between them fall to him that surviveth.

4ly. I give unto my wife Catorne Hopkins and to my son William Hopkins the improvment of too acres of meadow Lying at ye head of Rock Harbor during my wifes Life and ye one half of that too acres I give Unto my son william during his Life and after ye decease of and after ye decease of my wife and son william I do give this above sd too acres of meadow to my son Joshua Hopkins and his heirs forever: as also after my decease I give Unto my son Joshua Hopkins a parcel of meadow Lying at ye mouth of Rock Harbor according to ye bounds thereof specified in ye Towne Records of Lands: it I give unto my son Caleb Hopkins a parcel of meadow Lying at Little Nameskeket according to ye bounds thereof specified in ye Towne Book of Records of Lands.

It. I give unto my wife my now dwelling House and halfe my Land and halfe my orchard that is by my house: by Land I mean half my Land that is about my house both fenced and Unfenced during my wifes natural Life, and then ye above sd housing and Lands to fall unto my son Joshua Hopkins; the other half of my Land and orchard I give to my son Joshua Hopkins after my death that is to say ye other half of my Lands Liying about my house.

It. I give unto my son Caleb Hopkins one pair of plow Irons.

It. I give Unto my son Joshua Hopkins one payer of plow Irons.

It. I give Unto my son Joshua Hopkins my carte and wheels.

It. I give unto my wife ye other half of my stock and moveables I say to my wife and my son William or what parse of ye moveables my wife shall see cause to bestow on my son William Hopkins.

It. I do appoint my son Stephen Hopkins to be my true and Lawful executor of this my Last will and testament to pay what is payable and Receive what is due.

And to ye truth and verity hereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seal ye day and year above written.

Signed and sealed in presence of us, ye mark of Jonathan Sparrow. Giles Hopkins (seal) Samuel Knowles. Jonathan Sparrow and Samuel Knowles witnesses to this will made oath in Court ye: 16 th: of April 1690 that they saw ye above sd Giles Hopkins signe seal and declare this to be his Last will and Testament.

Attest Joseph Lothrop. Clerk.

I ye above sd Giles Hopkins do declare where as by ye providence of God my Life has been prolonged unto me and by Reason of age and disabillity of Body Lam Incapatiated to provide for my owne support and my wifes, my will further is that my son Stephen Hopkins from this time and forward shall possess and Injoy all my stock and moveable estate provided he take effectual care for mine and my wifes Comfortable Support during our natural Lives witness my hand and seal this fifth day of march 1688/9.

Witness Mark Snow Giles Hopkins (seal) Jonath Sparrow

The within mentioned Mark Snow and Jonathan Sparrow made oath in Court April ye: 16 : 1690 that they saw Giles Hopkins within mentioned signe seal and declare ye latter part of this will within mentioned to be his Last will and Testament. Attest. Joseph Lothrop, Clerk.

Duly Compared with the original and entered April ye: 22 : 1690. Attest. Joseph Lothrop, Recorder.

Notes for CATHERINE WELDON:

Name also spelled Katherine Wheldon.

More About GILES HOPKINS and CATHERINE WELDON:

Marriage: October 9, 1639, Plymouth, MA

Children of GILES HOPKINS and CATHERINE WELDON are:

5. i. MARY4 HOPKINS, b. November 1640, Yarmouth, MA; d. July 2, 1700, Eastham, MA.

6. ii. STEPHEN HOPKINS, b. September 1642, Yarmouth, MA; d. October 10, 1718, Harwich, MA.

iii. JOHN HOPKINS, b. 1643, Yarmouth, MA; d. Unknown, Died young, 3 months old..

7. iv. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, b. October 1644; d. Unknown.

8. v. DEBORAH HOPKINS, b. June 1648, Eastham, MA; d. Bet. February 28, 1686 - December 1727, Eastham, MA.

9. vi. CALEB HOPKINS, b. Abt. January 1649, Eastham, MA; d. Bef. May 22, 1728, Truro, MA.

vii. RUTH HOPKINS, b. June 1653, Eastham, MA; d. Unknown; m. SAMUEL MAYO, May 26, 1681, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA; b. October 12, 1655, Eastham, MA; d. October 29, 1738.

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Burial: Unknown, Orleans, MA

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Marriage: May 26, 1681, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

10. viii. JOSHUA HOPKINS, b. June 1657, Eastham, MA; d. Unknown, Eastham, MA.

ix. WILLIAM HOPKINS, b. January 9, 1660, Eastham, MA; d. 1718, Shelter Island, NY; m. REBECCA HAVENS; d. Unknown.

x. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. November 1664, Eastham, MA; d. December 1664, Eastham, MA.

Notes for ELIZABETH HOPKINS:

. Her custody given aft Nov 30, 1644 to Richard Sparrow. Died unmarried.

Generation No. 3

4. MARY4 SNOW (CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1630 in Plymouth, MA, and died April 28, 1704 in Eastham, MA. She married THOMAS PAINE Bef. April 1651 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, son of THOMAS PAYNE and MARGARET PULTNEY. He was born Abt. January 18, 1611/12 in Wrentham, Suffolk, England, and died August 16, 1706 in Eastham, MA.

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Burial: Unknown, Eastham, MA

Notes for THOMAS PAINE:

He came to New England at the age of 10. He lost an eye by an arrow. Thomas and Giles Hopkins served as surveyors of highways for Eastham in 1662. Was named water bailiff of the Plymouth Colony and served many years; regulated fishing at Cape Cod. He was a cooper and builder of Mills.

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Burial: Unknown, Eastham, MA

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Marriage: Bef. April 1651, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of MARY SNOW and THOMAS PAINE are:

i. DORCAS5 PAINE, d. October 30, 1707; m. BENJAMIN VICKERY; d. Unknown.

ii. MARY PAINE, b. Bef. 1655; d. Unknown; m. JAMES ROGERS; d. Unknown.

iii. NICHOLAS PAINE, d. Unknown; m. HANNAH HIGGINS; d. Unknown.

iv. SAMUEL PAINE, b. Abt. 1652; d. October 13, 1712; m. PATIENCE FREEMAN, January 31, 1682; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: January 31, 1682

11. v. THOMAS PAINE, b. Abt. 1656, Eastham, MA; d. June 23, 1721, Truro, MA.

vi. ELISHA ELEAZER PAINE, b. March 10, 1658; d. Abt. 1735; m. REBECCA DOANE, January 20, 1685; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: January 20, 1685

vii. JOHN PAINE, b. March 14, 1660; d. October 18, 1731; m. (1) BENNET FREEMAN; d. Unknown; m. (2) ALICE MAYO; d. Unknown.

viii. JAMES PAINE, b. July 6, 1665; d. November 12, 1728; m. BETHIAH THACHER, April 9, 1691; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: April 9, 1691

12. ix. JOSEPH PAINE, b. 1667, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA; d. October 1, 1712, Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA.

5. MARY4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born November 1640 in Yarmouth, MA, and died July 2, 1700 in Eastham, MA. She married SAMUEL SMITH January 3, 1666 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA. He was born 1641 in Hingham, MA, and died March 22, 1696 in Eastham, MA.

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Marriage: January 3, 1666, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of MARY HOPKINS and SAMUEL SMITH are:

i. SAMUEL5 SMITH, d. Unknown.

ii. MAYR SMITH, d. Unknown.

iii. JOSEPH SMITH, d. Unknown.

iv. GRACE SMITH, d. Unknown.

v. REBECCA SMITH, d. Unknown.

6. STEPHEN4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born September 1642 in Yarmouth, MA, and died October 10, 1718 in Harwich, MA. He married (1) BETHIAH ATKINS. She died Unknown. He married (2) MARY MERRICK May 22, 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, daughter of WILLIAM MERRICK and REBECCA TRACY. She was born November 4, 1650 in Eastham, MA, and died Unknown.

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Marriage: May 22, 1667, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of STEPHEN HOPKINS and MARY MERRICK are:

i. ELIZABETH5 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. STEPHEN HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. RUTH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. JUDAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. SAMUEL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vi. NATHANIAL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vii. JOSEPH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

viii. BENJAMIN HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ix. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

7. ABIGAIL4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born October 1644, and died Unknown. She married WILLIAM MERRICK May 23, 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, son of WILLIAM MERRICK and REBECCA TRACY. He was born September 15, 1643 in Duxbury, MA, and died October 30, 1732 in Harwich, MA.

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Burial: Unknown, Brewster Cemetery

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Marriage: May 23, 1667, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of ABIGAIL HOPKINS and WILLIAM MERRICK are:

i. REBECCA5 MERRICK, d. Unknown.

ii. WILLIAM MERRICK, d. Unknown.

iii. STEPHEN MERRICK, d. Unknown.

iv. BENJAMIN MERRICK, d. Unknown.

v. NATHANIEL MERRICK, d. Unknown.

vi. JOHN MERRICK, d. Unknown.

vii. JOSHUA MERRICK, d. Unknown.

viii. RUTH MERRICK, d. Unknown.

ix. SAMUEL MERRICK, d. Unknown.

8. DEBORAH4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) The Mayflower Descendant, Vol.11., (2) The Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 7, 236, 5:185, 8:88.) was born June 1648 in Eastham, MA, and died Bet. February 28, 1686 - December 1727 in Eastham, MA. She married JOSIAH COOK July 27, 1668 in Eastham, MA, son of JOSIAH COOK and ELIZABETH RING. He was born Abt. 1645 in Eastham or Plymouth, MA, and died January 31, 1731 in Eastham, MA.

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Marriage: July 27, 1668, Eastham, MA

Children of DEBORAH HOPKINS and JOSIAH COOK are:

i. ELIZABETH5 COOK, b. October 12, 1669; d. Unknown, Died young..

13. ii. JOSIAH COOK, b. November 12, 1670, Eastham, MA; d. December 7, 1727, Middleton, Middlesex, CT.

iii. RICHARD COOK, b. September 1, 1672; d. April 25, 1754; m. HANNAH SMITH; d. Unknown.

iv. ELIZABETH COOK, b. Abt. 1674; d. Unknown; m. THOMAS NEWCOMB, October 1693; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: October 1693

v. CALEB COOK, b. November 15, 1676; d. Unknown; m. DELIVERANCE CROWELL, October 18, 1710; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: October 18, 1710

vi. DEBORAH COOK, b. Abt. 1678; d. April 17, 1745; m. MOSES GODFREY; d. Unknown.

vii. JOSHUA COOK, b. February 4, 1682; d. Unknown; m. PATIENCE DOANE; d. Unknown.

viii. BENJAMIN COOK, b. Abt. 1686; d. Unknown; m. MERCY PAINE, November 23, 1710; d. Unknown.

More About BENJAMIN COOK and MERCY PAINE:

Marriage: November 23, 1710

9. CALEB4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 7:236., (2) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 8:240., (3) Father's will, 1:111.) was born Abt. January 1649 in Eastham, MA, and died Bef. May 22, 1728 in Truro, MA. He married MARY WILLIAMS Bef. May 10, 1692 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, daughter of THOMAS WILLIAMS and ELIZABETH TART. She was born Abt. 1660 in Prob. Eastham, MA, and died Bet. May 26, 1709 - 1712 in Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA.

Notes for CALEB HOPKINS:

Caleb probably married second Mary -unknown- , who died before May 22, 1728 and otherwise unidentified. Notice the gaps between the births of the older children and that of daughter Thankful, called the daughter of "Caleb and Mary " in records. The first wife Mary Williams' parents were married November 30, 1638, and she seems too old to have had a child born in 1709.

Caleb signed as one of the first seven proprietors of Pamet (or Truro), June 17, 1690. In the settlement agreement of his estate he was called a Yeoman of Truro.

Is said was a "voluntary" with his father and older brother when about 15; called "heire apparent" in father's will, while Giles was living; Caleb and Miles Standish were executors of father's will in 1644; "became a seaman, & dyed at Barbadoes" according to Gov. Bradford. Another source says he died of starvation.

More About CALEB HOPKINS:

#1: January 1651, Another date given for his birth

Notes for MARY WILLIAMS:

Mary is also recorded as Thankful in records.

More About CALEB HOPKINS and MARY WILLIAMS:

Marriage: Bef. May 10, 1692, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of CALEB HOPKINS and MARY WILLIAMS are:

14. i. CALEB5 HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1684, Truro, MA; d. Bef. September 20, 1741, Truro, MA.

15. ii. NATHANIEL HOPKINS, b. Abt. 1684, Truro, MA; d. 1752, Truro, MA.

16. iii. THOMAS HOPKINS, d. 1754, Truro, MA.

17. iv. THANKFUL HOPKINS, b. May 27, 1709, Truro, MA; d. August 1, 1783, Truro, MA.

10. JOSHUA4 HOPKINS (GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born June 1657 in Eastham, MA, and died Unknown in Eastham, MA. He married MARY COLE May 26, 1681 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, daughter of DANIEL COLE and RUTH. She was born March 10, 1658 in Eastham, MA, and died Abt. 1733 in Eastham, MA.

More About MARY COLE:

Burial: Unknown, Orleans Churchyard

More About JOSHUA HOPKINS and MARY COLE:

Marriage: May 26, 1681, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of JOSHUA HOPKINS and MARY COLE are:

i. JOHN5 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. ELISHA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. LYDIA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vi. JOSHUA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vii. HANNAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

viii. PHEBE HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 4

11. THOMAS5 PAINE (MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1656 in Eastham, MA, and died June 23, 1721 in Truro, MA. He married (1) HANNAH SHAW August 5, 1678 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, daughter of JONATHAN SHAW and PHEBE WATSON. She was born Abt. 1661 in Plymouth, MA, and died July 24, 1713 in Truro, MA. He married (2) ELIZABETH AIRES Abt. March 8, 1714 in Third Church, Boston, MA. She died Unknown.

Notes for THOMAS PAINE:

He served as clerk and selectman at Eastham. At Truro he was a founder of the Church, proprietors clerk, representative, Captain of Militia and special Justice of the Court of Common Pleas, he had Negroes- Hector and Moll.

More About HANNAH SHAW:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A

More About THOMAS PAINE and HANNAH SHAW:

Marriage: August 5, 1678, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

More About THOMAS PAINE and ELIZABETH AIRES:

Marriage: Abt. March 8, 1714, Third Church, Boston, MA

Children of THOMAS PAINE and HANNAH SHAW are:

i. HANNAH6 PAINE, b. April 6, 1679; d. November 17, 1681.

ii. HUGH PAINE, b. July 5, 1680; d. November 29, 1681.

iii. THOMAS PAINE, b. February 28, 1682; d. April 15, 1745; m. THANKFUL COBB, May 17, 1705; d. Unknown.

More About THOMAS PAINE and THANKFUL COBB:

Marriage: May 17, 1705

iv. HANNAH PAINE, b. May 12, 1684; d. January 14, 1757; m. JOHN BINNEY, May 31, 1704; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN BINNEY and HANNAH PAINE:

Marriage: May 31, 1704

18. v. JONATHAN PAINE, b. Abt. February 1, 1685, Eastham, MA; d. May 23, 1752, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

vi. ABIGAIL PAINE, b. March 4, 1687; d. January 21, 1688.

vii. ABIGAIL PAINE, b. November 10, 1689; d. July 13, 1731; m. (1) JOHN FRENCH; d. Unknown; m. (2) EBENEZER WHITE, November 8, 1711; d. Unknown.

More About EBENEZER WHITE and ABIGAIL PAINE:

Marriage: November 8, 1711

viii. PHEBE PAINE, b. March 14, 1691; d. Abt. January 21, 1695.

19. ix. ELKANAH PAINE, b. February 1, 1693; d. June 10, 1774.

x. MOSES PAINE, b. September 28, 1695; d. October 4, 1764; m. MARGERY MAYO; d. Unknown.

xi. JOSHUA PAINE, b. August 28, 1697; d. March 10, 1775; m. (1) REBECCA SPARROW, October 20, 1720; d. Unknown; m. (2) CONSTANCE PAINE BAKER, Abt. 1736; d. Unknown.

More About JOSHUA PAINE and REBECCA SPARROW:

Marriage: October 20, 1720

More About JOSHUA PAINE and CONSTANCE BAKER:

Marriage: Abt. 1736

20. xii. PHEBE PAINE, b. February 11, 1699, Eastham, MA; d. June 23, 1748, Truro, MA.

xiii. LYDIA PAINE, b. December 4, 1700; d. Unknown; m. JOSIAH HINCKLEY, March 2, 1719; d. Unknown.

More About JOSIAH HINCKLEY and LYDIA PAINE:

Marriage: March 2, 1719

21. xiv. BARNABUS PAINE, b. November 13, 1705, Eastham, MA; d. May 25, 1768, Truro, MA.

12. JOSEPH5 PAINE (MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1667 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, and died October 1, 1712 in Harwich, Barnstable Co., MA. He married PATIENCE SPARROW May 27, 1691 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA. She died Unknown.

More About JOSEPH PAINE and PATIENCE SPARROW:

Marriage: May 27, 1691, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Child of JOSEPH PAINE and PATIENCE SPARROW is:

22. i. PHEBE6 PAINE, b. July 30, 1703; d. Unknown.

13. JOSIAH5 COOK (DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: The Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 5, page 185, 7:238, 8:88.) was born November 12, 1670 in Eastham, MA, and died December 7, 1727 in Middleton, Middlesex, CT. He married MARY Abt. 1694 in Prob. Eastham, MA. She was born June 2, 1672 in Truro, MA, and died January 22, 1725 in Eastham, MA.

Notes for JOSIAH COOK:

He lived at Eastham, Truro, and Middletown, CT.

Notes for MARY:

It's possible that her surname was either Godfrey or Rickard.

More About JOSIAH COOK and MARY:

Marriage: Abt. 1694, Prob. Eastham, MA

Children of JOSIAH COOK and MARY are:

i. DESIRE6 COOK, b. June 14, 1694, Eastham, MA; d. Aft. May 1736; m. BERIAH HIGGINS; d. Unknown.

ii. DEBORAH COOK, b. April 12, 1696, Eastham, MA; d. Bef. January 1730; m. JOSEPH HATCH, May 29, 1718; d. Unknown.

More About JOSEPH HATCH and DEBORAH COOK:

Marriage: May 29, 1718

iii. JOHN COOK, b. April 9, 1698, Eastham, MA; d. Aft. 1748, Middleton, Middlesex, CT; m. DESIRE HATCH, March 15, 1721; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN COOK and DESIRE HATCH:

Marriage: March 15, 1721

iv. MARY COOK, b. February 8, 1700, Eastham, MA; d. Unknown; m. DAVID VICKERY, April 24, 1718; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: April 24, 1718

v. JOSHUA COOK, b. Abt. 1702; d. Unknown; m. ZERVIAH HATCH, August 5, 1724; d. Unknown.

More About JOSHUA COOK and ZERVIAH HATCH:

Marriage: August 5, 1724

vi. ELIZABETH COOK, b. Abt. 1704; d. Unknown; m. THOMAS DOTY, November 1, 1722; d. Unknown.

More About THOMAS DOTY and ELIZABETH COOK:

Marriage: November 1, 1722

23. vii. HANNAH COOK, b. 1706; d. March 21, 1783.

viii. JACOB COOK, b. Abt. 1708; d. September 5, 1800; m. MARCY YOUNG, February 18, 1730; d. Unknown.

More About JACOB COOK and MARCY YOUNG:

Marriage: February 18, 1730

24. ix. SOLOMON COOK, b. Abt. 1711, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA; d. November 21, 1781, Provincetown, MA.

14. CALEB5 HOPKINS (CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 8:240,242, 13:105, 16:35., (2) Truro Vital Record, page 38.) was born Abt. 1684 in Truro, MA, and died Bef. September 20, 1741 in Truro, MA. He married MERCY FREEMAN (Source: MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 8:244, 12:235.) October 8, 1719 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by the Rev. James Avery, daughter of CONSTANT FREEMAN and JANE TREAT. She was born August 31, 1702 in Eastham, MA, and died November 10, 1784 in Died in the home of daughter, Mrs. Grozier. Truro, MA.

Notes for CALEB HOPKINS:

Caleb was a farmer and yeoman, a ships clerk and was one of thefirst settlers in Truro. Meadow land was laid out to him on the Pamet River as early as June 17, 1703. He also owned meadow land at East Harbor at the time of his death.

More About CALEB HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA

Occupation: Farmer and Yeoman (ships clerk)

Notes for MERCY FREEMAN:

The date of death, 1774 is a family record. Tombstone has date December 1786.

More About MERCY FREEMAN:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA

More About CALEB HOPKINS and MERCY FREEMAN:

Marriage: October 8, 1719, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by the Rev. James Avery

Children of CALEB HOPKINS and MERCY FREEMAN are:

25. i. CONSTANT6 HOPKINS, b. July 28, 1720, Truro, MA; d. June 15, 1800, Truro, MA.

26. ii. MARY HOPKINS, b. July 18, 1722, Truro, MA; d. October 21, 1795, Truro, MA.

27. iii. THANKFUL HOPKINS, b. May 30, 1724, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Eastham, MA.

28. iv. CALEB HOPKINS, b. July 28, 1726, Truro, MA; d. September 12, 1799, Boston, MA.

v. JONATHAN HOPKINS, b. July 27, 1728; d. Unknown, Died at sea..

29. vi. SIMEON HOPKINS, b. Abt. February 7, 1731, Truro, MA; d. January 30, 1822, Harpswell, ME.

30. vii. MERCY HOPKINS, b. April 25, 1734, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 26, 1817, Truro, MA.

31. viii. JAMES HOPKINS, b. August 16, 1736, Truro, MA; d. August 6, 1782, Middleton, Middlesex, CT.

ix. JOSHUA HOPKINS, b. Abt. January 10, 1738; d. Unknown, Died at sea..

32. x. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, b. August 21, 1741, Truro, MA; d. September 25, 1771, Eastham, MA.

15. NATHANIEL5 HOPKINS (CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. 1684 in Truro, MA, and died 1752 in Truro, MA. He married (1) LYDIA July 2, 1727 in Truro, MA. She died Unknown. He married (2) SARAH October 26, 1749 in Truro, MA. She died Unknown.

More About NATHANIEL HOPKINS and LYDIA:

Marriage: July 2, 1727, Truro, MA

More About NATHANIEL HOPKINS and SARAH:

Marriage: October 26, 1749, Truro, MA

Children of NATHANIEL HOPKINS and LYDIA are:

i. MARY6 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. SARAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. ISAAC HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. LYDIA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. PHEBE HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vi. JOHN HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vii. ELISHA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

viii. PRISCILLA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ix. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

16. THOMAS5 HOPKINS (CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) died 1754 in Truro, MA. He married DEBORAH BICKFORD February 10, 1724 in Truro, MA, daughter of JEREMIAH BICKFORD and HANNAH YOUNG. She was born February 2, 1706 in Eastham, MA, and died Unknown.

More About THOMAS HOPKINS and DEBORAH BICKFORD:

Marriage: February 10, 1724, Truro, MA

Children of THOMAS HOPKINS and DEBORAH BICKFORD are:

i. SANUEL6 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. HANNAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. THOMAS HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. REBECCA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. DEBORAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vi. APPHIA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vii. DEBORAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

viii. MICHAEL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ix. CALEB HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

x. CALEB HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

xi. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

xii. SARAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

xiii. JEREMIAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

17. THANKFUL5 HOPKINS (CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born May 27, 1709 in Truro, MA, and died August 1, 1783 in Truro, MA. She married AMBROSE DYER January 22, 1729 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA, son of WILLIAM DYER and HANNAH STROUT. He was born December 22, 1709 in Truro, MA, and died May 10, 1792 in Truro, MA.

More About AMBROSE DYER and THANKFUL HOPKINS:

Marriage: January 22, 1729, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of THANKFUL HOPKINS and AMBROSE DYER are:

i. AMBROSE6 DYER, d. Unknown.

ii. THANKFUL DYER, d. Unknown.

iii. HANNAH DYER, d. Unknown.

iv. ABIGAIL DYER, d. Unknown.

v. NAPHTALI DYER, d. Unknown.

vi. MARY DYER, d. Unknown.

vii. JERUSHA DYER, d. Unknown.

viii. REUBEN DYER, d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 5

18. JONATHAN6 PAINE (THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. February 1, 1685 in Eastham, MA, and died May 23, 1752 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. He married (1) SARAH MAYO October 27, 1709. She was born Abt. 1689, and died February 11, 1718. He married (2) MARY SCAMMON June 29, 1719 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, daughter of HUMPHREY SCAMMON and ELIZABETH JORDAN. She was born Abt. 1681 in Kittery, ME, and died May 17, 1760 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

Notes for JONATHAN PAINE:

All of his children were born at Truro, the first five by Sarah and the last two by Mary. Mary had a total of eight children, six by her first husband.

More About JONATHAN PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Stone 266

More About JONATHAN PAINE and SARAH MAYO:

Marriage: October 27, 1709

More About MARY SCAMMON:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Stone 265

More About JONATHAN PAINE and MARY SCAMMON:

Marriage: June 29, 1719, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Children of JONATHAN PAINE and SARAH MAYO are:

i. JOHN7 PAINE, b. September 3, 1710; d. September 15, 1710.

ii. JONATHAN PAINE, b. September 20, 1711; d. April 5, 1761; m. HANNAH LOMBARD; d. Unknown.

iii. SARAH PAINE, b. June 17, 1714; d. June 4, 1779; m. ANTHONY SNOW, March 2, 1731; d. Unknown.

More About ANTHONY SNOW and SARAH PAINE:

Marriage: March 2, 1731

iv. DANIEL PAINE, b. May 12, 1716; d. January 25, 1785; m. ELIZABETH THATCHER, June 25, 1741; d. Unknown.

More About DANIEL PAINE and ELIZABETH THATCHER:

Marriage: June 25, 1741

v. ELIZABETH PAINE, d. April 3, 1780; m. (1) THOMAS SMITH, Abt. 1741; d. Unknown; m. (2) JOHN SNOW, August 9, 1764; d. Unknown.

More About THOMAS SMITH and ELIZABETH PAINE:

Marriage: Abt. 1741

More About JOHN SNOW and ELIZABETH PAINE:

Marriage: August 9, 1764

Children of JONATHAN PAINE and MARY SCAMMON are:

vi. HANNAH7 PAINE, b. Abt. February 9, 1721; d. Unknown; m. ISAAC CROWELL; d. Unknown.

33. vii. PHEBE PAINE, b. December 2, 1724, Truro, MA; d. May 6, 1798, Truro, MA.

19. ELKANAH6 PAINE (THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 1, 1693, and died June 10, 1774. He married (1) RELIANCE YOUNG. She died Unknown. He married (2) RELIANCE YOUNG. She died Unknown. He married (3) HANNAH. She died Unknown.

Child of ELKANAH PAINE and RELIANCE YOUNG is:

34. i. ELISHA7 PAINE, b. August 21, 1721, Truro, MA; d. 1753, Middletown, CT.

20. PHEBE6 PAINE (THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 11, 1699 in Eastham, MA, and died June 23, 1748 in Truro, MA. She married PAUL KNOWLES February 28, 1722 in Truro, MA, son of JOHN KNOWLES and MARY SEARS. He was born August 8, 1702 in Eastham, MA, and died April 11, 1775 in Truro, MA.

More About PHEBE PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Stone 239B

More About PAUL KNOWLES and PHEBE PAINE:

Marriage: February 28, 1722, Truro, MA

Children of PHEBE PAINE and PAUL KNOWLES are:

i. ANN7 KNOWLES, b. November 24, 1723; d. April 19, 1785; m. URIAH RICH, February 16, 1743; d. Unknown.

More About URIAH RICH and ANN KNOWLES:

Marriage: February 16, 1743

ii. PHEBE KNOWLES, b. April 28, 1725; d. Unknown; m. (1) JOSEPH COLLINS, February 16, 1743; d. Unknown; m. (2) SIMON GROSS, February 14, 1749; d. Unknown.

More About JOSEPH COLLINS and PHEBE KNOWLES:

Marriage: February 16, 1743

More About SIMON GROSS and PHEBE KNOWLES:

Marriage: February 14, 1749

iii. MARY KNOWLES, b. January 20, 1726; d. Abt. 1774; m. JOSHUA ATWOOD, November 27, 1746; d. Unknown.

More About MARY KNOWLES:

Burial: Unknown, Barrington, Shelbrne, Nova Scotia

More About JOSHUA ATWOOD and MARY KNOWLES:

Marriage: November 27, 1746

iv. PAUL KNOWLES, b. November 28, 1728; d. September 12, 1802; m. MARY ATKINS, November 11, 1760; d. Unknown.

More About PAUL KNOWLES and MARY ATKINS:

Marriage: November 11, 1760

v. JOHN KNOWLES, b. October 31, 1730; d. Unknown; m. (1) LUCY LEWIS, December 11, 1760; d. Unknown; m. (2) ELIZABETH A. WALKER, October 30, 1763; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN KNOWLES and LUCY LEWIS:

Marriage: December 11, 1760

More About JOHN KNOWLES and ELIZABETH WALKER:

Marriage: October 30, 1763

vi. THOMAS KNOWLES, b. August 6, 1732; d. 1777.

vii. HANNAH KNOWLES, b. September 18, 1734; d. Unknown; m. (1) ? SPARROW; d. Unknown; m. (2) JOHN WARREN, March 12, 1752; d. Unknown; m. (3) ZACCHEUS HIGGINS, December 3, 1772; d. Unknown.

More About JOHN WARREN and HANNAH KNOWLES:

Marriage: March 12, 1752

More About ZACCHEUS HIGGINS and HANNAH KNOWLES:

Marriage: December 3, 1772

viii. RUTH KNOWLES, b. March 12, 1735; d. June 21, 1771; m. ELISHA TICKNOR, November 25, 1756; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: November 25, 1756

ix. JAMES KNOWLES, b. June 4, 1737; d. Unknown.

x. ABIGAIL KNOWLES, b. November 30, 1738; d. 1799; m. SYLVANUS HIGGINS, December 13, 1764; d. Unknown.

More About SYLVANUS HIGGINS and ABIGAIL KNOWLES:

Marriage: December 13, 1764

35. xi. SILAS KNOWLES, b. December 31, 1740, Truro, MA; d. January 1, 1833, ME.

xii. JAMES KNOWLES, b. August 15, 1742; d. Unknown.

21. BARNABUS6 PAINE (THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born November 13, 1705 in Eastham, MA, and died May 25, 1768 in Truro, MA. He married MARY PURRINTON June 25, 1724 in Truro, MA (VR:55), daughter of HEZEKIAH PURRINTON and MARY SCAMMON. She was born October 20, 1706 in Truro, MA, and died December 22, 1768 in Truro, MA.

More About BARNABUS PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Stone 580

More About MARY PURRINTON:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Stone 582

More About BARNABUS PAINE and MARY PURRINTON:

Marriage: June 25, 1724, Truro, MA (VR:55)

Children of BARNABUS PAINE and MARY PURRINTON are:

i. ELIZABETH7 PAINE, b. August 11, 1725; d. November 16, 1753; m. AMBROSE SNOW, April 2, 1747; d. Unknown.

More About AMBROSE SNOW and ELIZABETH PAINE:

Marriage: April 2, 1747

36. ii. BARNABAS PAINE, b. September 24, 1727, Truro, MA; d. Bef. January 9, 1770, Truro, MA.

iii. MERCY PAINE, b. April 11, 1729; d. October 30, 1758; m. MATTHIAS RICH, October 31, 1751; d. Unknown.

More About MATTHIAS RICH and MERCY PAINE:

Marriage: October 31, 1751

iv. MARY PAINE, b. January 28, 1731; d. Unknown; m. SAMUEL LOMBARD; d. Unknown.

v. JOSHUA PAINE, b. August 3, 1734; d. July 5, 1735.

vi. RUTH PAINE, b. April 23, 1736; d. Unknown; m. EBENEZER RICH; d. Unknown.

vii. PHEBE PAINE, b. June 25, 1738; d. Unknown; m. JEDIDIAH HIGGINS; b. 1733; d. Unknown.

viii. JERUSHA PAINE, b. July 11, 1740; d. November 9, 1745.

ix. JEMIMA PAINE, b. February 5, 1742; d. September 16, 1744.

x. JOSEPH PAINE, b. February 20, 1744; d. Unknown; m. REBECCA RICH; d. Unknown.

xi. HANNAH PAINE, b. December 11, 1746; d. Unknown; m. JEDEDIAH PAINE; d. Unknown.

22. PHEBE6 PAINE (JOSEPH5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born July 30, 1703, and died Unknown. She married SOLOMON PEPPER October 24, 1724 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, son of ISAC PEPPER and APPHIA FREEMAN. He was born January 15, 1703 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, and died 1786 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA.

More About SOLOMON PEPPER and PHEBE PAINE:

Marriage: October 24, 1724, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Child of PHEBE PAINE and SOLOMON PEPPER is:

i. BENJAMIN7 PEPPER, b. April 29, 1744; d. Unknown.

23. HANNAH6 COOK (JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1706, and died March 21, 1783. She married ISAIAH ATKINS November 12, 1724, son of NATHANIEL ATKINS and WINIFRED. He was born 1704, and died Unknown.

More About ISAIAH ATKINS and HANNAH COOK:

Marriage 1: November 12, 1724

Marriage 2: 1724

Children of HANNAH COOK and ISAIAH ATKINS are:

i. BENJAMIN7 ATKINS, b. 1726; d. Unknown.

ii. HANNAH ATKINS, b. 1728; d. Unknown.

iii. JOHN ATKINS, b. 1730; d. 1754, Lost at sea.

iv. SILAS ATKINS, b. 1732; d. Unknown.

v. NATHANIEL ATKINS, b. 1736; d. Unknown.

vi. MARY ATKINS, b. 1738; d. Unknown.

vii. ISAIAH ATKINS, b. 1740; d. Unknown.

viii. HENRY ATKINS, b. 1743; d. Unknown; m. MARY LOMBARD, 1768; d. Unknown.

More About HENRY ATKINS and MARY LOMBARD:

Marriage: 1768

37. ix. ZACHEUS ATKINS, b. 1745; d. Unknown.

24. SOLOMON6 COOK (JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) The Mayflower Descendant, Vol. 8, 23, 9:55., (2) Truro Vital Records, page 7.) was born Abt. 1711 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA, and died November 21, 1781 in Provincetown, MA. He married REBECCA COWELL June 4, 1733 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA, daughter of EDWARD COWELL and REBECCA BROUGHTON. She was born Abt. 1714 in Prob. Boston, MA, and died August 19, 1788 in Provincetown, MA.

Notes for SOLOMON COOK:

More About SOLOMON COOK:

Baptism: November 18, 1711

More About REBECCA COWELL:

Christening: December 3, 1727

More About SOLOMON COOK and REBECCA COWELL:

Marriage: June 4, 1733, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of SOLOMON COOK and REBECCA COWELL are:

i. MARY7 COOK, b. October 3, 1733; d. Unknown.

38. ii. SOLOMON COOK, b. September 12, 1737, Provincetown, MA; d. July 24, 1819, Provincetown, MA.

iii. REBECCA COOK, b. June 26, 1740; d. December 13, 1793; m. THOMAS RIDER; d. Unknown.

iv. BARNABAS COOK, b. Abt. 1742; d. Unknown.

v. EDWARD COOK, b. April 29, 1746; d. November 11, 1801.

39. vi. JONATHAN COOK, b. July 22, 1753, Provincetown, MA; d. August 2, 1835, Provincetown, MA.

vii. SAMUEL COOK, b. August 29, 1756; d. February 18, 1825; m. JANE NICKERSON; d. Unknown.

More About SAMUEL COOK:

Occupation: Sea Captain

25. CONSTANT6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) Truro Vital Record, 46, 53, 31., (2) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 13:106, 107.) was born July 28, 1720 in Truro, MA, and died June 15, 1800 in Truro, MA. He married PHEBE PAINE (Source: "Treat Family Geneology", by John H. Treat; Gc 929.2 T712t, 261, "...died May 6, 1798, aged seventy-three, and ... According to her gravestone, perhaps erected long subsequent to the event, she died April _, 1798 aged seventy-eight, which is incorrect.") December 1, 1743 in Truro, MA, daughter of JONATHAN PAINE and MARY SCAMMON. She was born December 2, 1724 in Truro, MA, and died May 6, 1798 in Truro, MA.

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS:

Baptism: August 21, 1720

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA, Stone 304

More About PHEBE PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA, Stone 401

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and PHEBE PAINE:

Marriage: December 1, 1743, Truro, MA

Children of CONSTANT HOPKINS and PHEBE PAINE are:

40. i. CONSTANT7 HOPKINS, b. May 16, 1747, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. March 28, 1817, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

41. ii. JOHNATHAN HOPKINS, b. February 7, 1749, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA.

iii. SCAMMON HOPKINS, b. April 28, 1751, Truro, MA; d. 1770, Of smallpox in Hospital on Island near Boston, MA.

iv. CALEB HOPKINS, b. May 15, 1753; d. Unknown, Malden, Boston, MA; m. BETHIA SMITH; d. Unknown.

v. MICAH HOPKINS, b. November 2, 1755, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Boston, MA; m. JOANNA; d. Unknown.

vi. PHEBE HOPKINS, b. May 17, 1759, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Gorham, ME; m. (1) ELIJAH DAVIS; d. Unknown; m. (2) ASA WHITNEY; d. Unknown.

vii. HANNAH HOPKINS, b. May 19, 1761, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA.

viii. MARY HOPKINS, b. August 28, 1763, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Orrington, ME; m. BARZILLAI RICH; d. Unknown.

ix. MERCY HOPKINS, b. September 2, 1765, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA; m. HENRY PAINE; b. 1763, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. 1841, Died in the October Gale of 1841 when fifty seven men from Truro died on seven vessels..

x. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. June 9, 1768, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA.

26. MARY6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born July 18, 1722 in Truro, MA, and died October 21, 1795 in Truro, MA. She married JOHN CROSS October 21, 1747 in Boston, MA, son of STEPHEN CROSS and SARAH JACKSON. He was born June 24, 1709 in Boston, MA, and died Unknown.

More About JOHN CROSS and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: October 21, 1747, Boston, MA

Children of MARY HOPKINS and JOHN CROSS are:

i. WILLIAM7 CROSS, d. Unknown.

ii. ABIGAIL CROSS, d. Unknown.

iii. ABIGAIL CROSS, d. Unknown.

27. THANKFUL6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born May 30, 1724 in Truro, MA, and died Unknown in Eastham, MA. She married (1) ELISHA PAINE June 12, 1746, son of ELKANAH PAINE and RELIANCE YOUNG. He was born August 21, 1721 in Truro, MA, and died 1753 in Middletown, CT. She married (2) FREEMAN HIGGINS July 14, 1757 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA. He was born July 28, 1727 in Eastham, MA, and died 1804 in Eastham, MA.

More About ELISHA PAINE and THANKFUL HOPKINS:

Marriage: June 12, 1746

More About FREEMAN HIGGINS and THANKFUL HOPKINS:

Marriage: July 14, 1757, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of THANKFUL HOPKINS and ELISHA PAINE are:

i. MARY7 PAINE, d. Unknown.

ii. RELIANCE PAINE, d. Unknown.

iii. CATHERINE PAINE, d. Unknown.

iv. MARCY PAINE, d. Unknown.

Children of THANKFUL HOPKINS and FREEMAN HIGGINS are:

v. MARTHA7 HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

vi. THANKFUL HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

vii. ZEDEKIAH HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

viii. PRISCILLA HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

ix. MARCY HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

x. ELISHA HIGGINS, d. Unknown.

28. CALEB6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born July 28, 1726 in Truro, MA, and died September 12, 1799 in Boston, MA. He married (1) MARY PAINE November 4, 1747 in Boston, MA. She died November 23, 1772 in Boston, MA. He married (2) JANE VERNON June 15, 1777 in Boston, MA. She was born October 1, 1743 in Boston, MA, and died January 30, 1780 in Boston, MA. He married (3) MARY WILLIAMS March 22, 1781 in Boston, MA. She died Abt. 1822.

Notes for CALEB HOPKINS:

He was a sea captain and lived in Boston, MA.

More About CALEB HOPKINS:

Baptism: July 31, 1726

Occupation: Ship's Captain, ship owner, merchant, Banker in Boston, and had a store on Boston's Long Wharf in 1780. He served on juries and as a fire warden for Boston.

More About CALEB HOPKINS and MARY PAINE:

Marriage: November 4, 1747, Boston, MA

More About CALEB HOPKINS and JANE VERNON:

Marriage: June 15, 1777, Boston, MA

More About CALEB HOPKINS and MARY WILLIAMS:

Marriage: March 22, 1781, Boston, MA

Children of CALEB HOPKINS and MARY PAINE are:

i. MARY7 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

Child of CALEB HOPKINS and JANE VERNON is:

v. JANE VERNON7 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

29. SIMEON6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born Abt. February 7, 1731 in Truro, MA, and died January 30, 1822 in Harpswell, ME. He married BETTE COBB August 28, 1755 in Truro, MA, daughter of THOMAS COBB and MERCY FREEMAN. She was born December 22, 1732 in Truro, MA, and died Aft. 1812.

More About SIMEON HOPKINS and BETTE COBB:

Marriage: August 28, 1755, Truro, MA

Children of SIMEON HOPKINS and BETTE COBB are:

i. MERCY7 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. SIMEON HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. JAMES HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. ELISHA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. BETSEY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

30. MERCY6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born April 25, 1734 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died April 26, 1817 in Truro, MA (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 94, 222., (2) Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.). She married JOHN GROZIER (Source: (1) "Treat Family Geneology", by John H. Treat; Gc 929.2 T712t, 212, 263, 328-9., (2) MF, Mayflower families, Vol. 6; "The Stephen Hopkins Family"., 477.) June 3, 1756 in Suffolk, Boston, MA (Source: B-VR Boston Vital Record, 30:20.), son of WILLIAM GROZIER and HANNAH BURELL. He was born Abt. 1732 in Suffolk, Boston, MA (Source: Boston, Christ Church.), and died December 24, 1770 in N. Truro, Barnstable, MA (Source: (1) Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery., (2) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 13:103.).

Notes for MERCY HOPKINS:

She is a descendant of Pilgram Stephen Hopkins, (Giles, Caleb, Caleb) and also a descendant of Robert Treat, (Samuel, Jane Treat, Mercy Freeman) who was founder of Newark, NJ, Governor of CT 1683-98.

More About MERCY HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A

More About JOHN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Stone 222

More About JOHN GROZIER and MERCY HOPKINS:

Marriage: June 3, 1756, Suffolk, Boston, MA (Source: B-VR Boston Vital Record, 30:20.)

Children of MERCY HOPKINS and JOHN GROZIER are:

i. MERCY7 GROZIER, b. July 17, 1757, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. March 24, 1759, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About MERCY GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery with her parents.

42. ii. CAPTAIN JOHN GROZIER, b. April 22, 1759, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 27, 1801, Boston, MA.

iii. JOSHUA HOPKINS GROZIER, b. August 14, 1760, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

Notes for JOSHUA HOPKINS GROZIER:

Died young.

43. iv. WILLIAM GROZIER, b. May 14, 1762, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. November 30, 1786, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 200..

v. MERCY GROZIER, b. May 3, 1764, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown.

vi. MARY GROZIER, b. April 29, 1766; d. Unknown.

vii. JOSHUA HOPKINS GROZIER, b. April 6, 1767, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOSHUA HOPKINS GROZIER:

Died young.

44. viii. JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER, b. April 2, 1769, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 29, 1829, Provincetown, MA.

45. ix. CALEB UPHAM GROZIER, b. November 18, 1770, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. February 22, 1829, At Sea near Havana, Cuba..

31. JAMES6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 16, 1736 in Truro, MA, and died August 6, 1782 in Middleton, Middlesex, CT. He married MEHITABLE MERRIMAN August 5, 1762 in Middleton, CT. She died February 21, 1800 in Middleton, Middlesex, CT.

More About JAMES HOPKINS and MEHITABLE MERRIMAN:

Marriage: August 5, 1762, Middleton, CT

Children of JAMES HOPKINS and MEHITABLE MERRIMAN are:

i. MABLE7 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. SAMUEL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. JAMES HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. JAMES HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. SAMUEL MERRIMAN HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vi. FREEMAN HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

vii. CALEB HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

viii. CALEB HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

32. ABIGAIL6 HOPKINS (CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 21, 1741 in Truro, MA, and died September 25, 1771 in Eastham, MA. She married SOLOMON PEPPER December 16, 1762 in Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA, son of SOLOMON PEPPER and PHEBE PAINE. He was born April 8, 1740 in Eastham, MA, and died April 8, 1796.

More About SOLOMON PEPPER and ABIGAIL HOPKINS:

Marriage: December 16, 1762, Eastham, Barnstable Co., MA

Children of ABIGAIL HOPKINS and SOLOMON PEPPER are:

i. ISAAC7 PEPPER, d. Unknown.

ii. APPHIAH PEPPER, d. Unknown.

iii. ROBORT PEPPER, d. Unknown.

iv. MOLLE PEPPER, d. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 6

33. PHEBE7 PAINE (JONATHAN6, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: "Treat Family Geneology", by John H. Treat; Gc 929.2 T712t, 261, "...died May 6, 1798, aged seventy-three, and ... According to her gravestone, perhaps erected long subsequent to the event, she died April _, 1798 aged seventy-eight, which is incorrect.") was born December 2, 1724 in Truro, MA, and died May 6, 1798 in Truro, MA. She married CONSTANT HOPKINS (Source: (1) Truro Vital Record, 46, 53, 31., (2) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 13:106, 107.) December 1, 1743 in Truro, MA, son of CALEB HOPKINS and MERCY FREEMAN. He was born July 28, 1720 in Truro, MA, and died June 15, 1800 in Truro, MA.

More About PHEBE PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA, Stone 401

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS:

Baptism: August 21, 1720

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery, Truro, MA, Stone 304

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and PHEBE PAINE:

Marriage 1: December 1, 1743, Truro, MA

Marriage 2: December 21, 1743, Truro, MA

Children are listed above under (25) Constant Hopkins.

34. ELISHA7 PAINE (ELKANAH6, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 21, 1721 in Truro, MA, and died 1753 in Middletown, CT. He married THANKFUL HOPKINS June 12, 1746, daughter of CALEB HOPKINS and MERCY FREEMAN. She was born May 30, 1724 in Truro, MA, and died Unknown in Eastham, MA.

More About ELISHA PAINE and THANKFUL HOPKINS:

Marriage: June 12, 1746

Children are listed above under (27) Thankful Hopkins.

35. SILAS7 KNOWLES (PHEBE6 PAINE, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born December 31, 1740 in Truro, MA, and died January 1, 1833 in ME. He married MARY FREEMAN April 6, 1767 in Truro, MA. She was born 1743, and died Unknown.

More About SILAS KNOWLES:

Christening: Rockchester, Plymouth, CT

More About MARY FREEMAN:

Christening: October 30, 1743

More About SILAS KNOWLES and MARY FREEMAN:

Marriage: April 6, 1767, Truro, MA

Children of SILAS KNOWLES and MARY FREEMAN are:

i. JOHN8 KNOWLES, b. August 31, 1761; d. Abt. 1765.

ii. SILAS KNOWLES, b. June 27, 1763; d. September 6, 1799, At Sea.; m. PHEBE RICH, November 16, 1786; d. Unknown.

More About SILAS KNOWLES and PHEBE RICH:

Marriage: November 16, 1786

iii. MARY KNOWLES, b. July 8, 1766; d. October 24, 1794.

iv. JOHN KNOWLES, b. April 3, 1768; d. Unknown.

46. v. PHEBE KNOWLES, b. December 28, 1769, Truro, MA; d. September 9, 1840, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

vi. NEHEMIAH KNOWLES, b. November 15, 1771; d. February 1, 1795.

vii. ANNA FREEMAN KNOWLES, b. October 25, 1773; d. Unknown; m. JUDAH DYER, July 30, 1799; d. Unknown.

More About JUDAH DYER and ANNA KNOWLES:

Marriage: July 30, 1799

viii. THOMAS KNOWLES, b. February 15, 1776; d. Unknown.

ix. ELI KNOWLES, b. January 24, 1779; d. Unknown.

x. JAMES FREEMAN KNOWLES, b. April 15, 1781; d. Abt. 1782.

xi. JAMES FREEMAN KNOWLES, b. June 29, 1783; d. Unknown.

36. BARNABAS7 PAINE (BARNABUS6, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born September 24, 1727 in Truro, MA, and died Bef. January 9, 1770 in Truro, MA. He married HANNAH VICKERY December 4, 1755 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, daughter of DAVID VICKERY and HANNAH PARKER. She was born July 15, 1732 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died Unknown.

Notes for BARNABAS PAINE:

Was Town Clerk, on January 9, 1770 Joseph Paine of Truro was named guardian of Elizabeth, the only child and minor daughter of Barnabas.

More About BARNABAS PAINE and HANNAH VICKERY:

Marriage: December 4, 1755, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Child of BARNABAS PAINE and HANNAH VICKERY is:

47. i. ELIZABETH8 PAINE, b. July 14, 1757, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. October 24, 1835, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

37. ZACHEUS7 ATKINS (HANNAH6 COOK, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1745, and died Unknown. He married MEHITABLE LOMBARD 1772. She died Unknown.

More About ZACHEUS ATKINS and MEHITABLE LOMBARD:

Marriage: 1772

Child of ZACHEUS ATKINS and MEHITABLE LOMBARD is:

48. i. HANNAH8 ATKINS, b. 1776; d. 1864.

38. SOLOMON7 COOK (SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: The Mayflower Descendant, Vol.8, 23, 11:48, 12:22, 14:147.) was born September 12, 1737 in Provincetown, MA, and died July 24, 1819 in Provincetown, MA. He married (1) BETSY. She was born Abt. 1738, and died October 13, 1808 in Provincetown, MA. He married (2) KATHERINE. She was born Abt. 1768, and died May 14, 1822 in Provincetown, MA.

Children of SOLOMON COOK and BETSY are:

49. i. PARON COWELL8 COOK, b. January 4, 1760, Provincetown, MA; d. Bet. October 1834 - April 1835, Provincetown, MA.

ii. REBECCA COOK, b. August 1, 1762; d. January 31, 1838.

iii. SOLOMON COOK, b. August 12, 1764; d. March 21, 1840.

iv. BETTY COOK, b. Abt. 1766; d. Unknown.

More About BETTY COOK:

Baptism: September 7, 1766

v. JOSHUA COOK, b. Abt. 1769; d. Unknown, Died young..

More About JOSHUA COOK:

Baptism: October 8, 1769

vi. MARY COOK, b. Abt. 1771; d. Unknown.

More About MARY COOK:

Baptism: April 14, 1771

vii. ISAAC COOK, b. Abt. 1773; d. Unknown.

More About ISAAC COOK:

Baptism: July 18, 1773

viii. JOSHUA COOK, b. October 17, 1774; d. Unknown.

39. JONATHAN7 COOK (SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born July 22, 1753 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 2, 1835 in Provincetown, MA. He married MERCY TILTON April 16, 1773, daughter of PHILIP TILTON and DESIRE RYDER. She was born October 12, 1750, and died May 14, 1832 in Provincetown, MA.

Notes for JONATHAN COOK:

Jonathan was in the Revolutionary War. He was Master of King Hiram's Lodge, Provincetown, MA; 1800-1801, 1805-07. Owner of the ship "Polly", the first Boston to Provincetown packet ship. His past Masters Jewel is in the collection of the Museum of Our Heritage, Lexington, MA.

More About JONATHAN COOK and MERCY TILTON:

Marriage 1: April 16, 1773

Marriage 2: April 16, 1773, Provincetown, MA

Children of JONATHAN COOK and MERCY TILTON are:

50. i. PATTY MARTHA8 COOK, b. August 27, 1773, Provincetown, MA; d. September 26, 1826.

ii. DAVID NEWCOMB COOK, b. August 29, 1776; d. May 18, 1856; m. SALOMA LOMBARD; d. Unknown.

iii. JONATHAN COOK, b. February 23, 1780; d. April 26, 1862.

iv. PHILIP COOK, b. October 15, 1781; d. April 9, 1849; m. ANNAH SMITH; d. Unknown.

51. v. BETHIAH COOK, b. October 14, 1784, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA.

vi. LEMUEL COOK, b. September 13, 1786; d. January 25, 1828.

vii. EDWARD COOK, b. March 16, 1789; d. Unknown.

viii. SALLY COOK, b. March 16, 1789; d. Unknown.

ix. SALLY COOK, b. September 3, 1792; d. Unknown.

40. CONSTANT7 HOPKINS (CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: Truro Vital Record, 47, 85, 106, 222..) was born May 16, 1747 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died March 28, 1817 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. He married ELIZABETH PAINE March 14, 1775 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, daughter of BARNABAS PAINE and HANNAH VICKERY. She was born July 14, 1757 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died October 24, 1835 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS:

Baptism: June 28, 1747

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A, Stone 656

Military service: Sargent in the Revolution.

More About ELIZABETH PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A, Stone 657

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH PAINE:

Marriage: March 14, 1775, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Children of CONSTANT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH PAINE are:

52. i. CONSTANT8 HOPKINS, b. February 7, 1780, Gorham, ME; d. July 19, 1821.

ii. HANNAH HOPKINS, b. April 23, 1781, Gorham, ME; d. Unknown; m. JOB DYER HILL, 1799; d. Unknown.

More About JOB HILL and HANNAH HOPKINS:

Marriage: 1799

iii. ELIZABETH HOPKINS, b. April 6, 1783; d. Unknown; m. JONATHAN HILL, March 28, 1805; d. Unknown.

More About JONATHAN HILL and ELIZABETH HOPKINS:

Marriage: March 28, 1805

iv. PHEBE HOPKINS, b. May 12, 1785, Gorham, ME; d. Unknown; m. RICHARD ATKINS, November 18, 1802; d. Unknown.

More About RICHARD ATKINS and PHEBE HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 18, 1802

53. v. MARY (POLLY) HOPKINS, b. September 2, 1787, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. November 23, 1877, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9..

54. vi. JONATHAN HOPKINS, b. January 17, 1789, Truro, MA; d. September 14, 1862, Provincetown, MA.

vii. BARNABAS HOPKINS, b. January 19, 1790, Gorham, ME; d. Unknown; m. HENRIETTA MAYO, June 28, 1801; d. Unknown.

More About BARNABAS HOPKINS and HENRIETTA MAYO:

Marriage: June 28, 1801

viii. REBECCA HOPKINS, b. 1792, Truro, MA; d. Unknown, Died young..

More About REBECCA HOPKINS:

Baptism: September 30, 1792, Died young.

55. ix. BETHIA HOPKINS, b. August 16, 1795; d. May 8, 1822, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 655..

x. MERCY HOPKINS, b. October 17, 1797, Truro, MA; d. March 10, 1849; m. ABRAHAM CHAPMAN, November 15, 1817; d. Unknown.

More About ABRAHAM CHAPMAN and MERCY HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 15, 1817

41. JOHNATHAN7 HOPKINS (CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 7, 1749 in Truro, MA, and died Unknown in Provincetown, MA. He married (1) SARAH DYER. She died Unknown. He married (2) MARY PAINE. She died Unknown.

Children of JOHNATHAN HOPKINS and SARAH DYER are:

i. SCAMMON8 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. SARAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. ABIGAIL HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

Children of JOHNATHAN HOPKINS and MARY PAINE are:

iv. RUTH8 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. PHINEAS HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

42. CAPTAIN JOHN7 GROZIER (MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 26: 168., (2) "Treat Family Geneology", by John H. Treat; Gc 929.2 T712t, 212, 263, 328-9., (3) "Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors Revolutionary War Records"; E263 m4 Vol. 6, State of Ohio Library, 932, 980, Source for notes on John Grozier., (4) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 214, 227.) was born April 22, 1759 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died April 27, 1801 in Boston, MA (Source: ECH "Epitaph's of Copps' Hill"; a cemetery, Boston, MA, 166.). He married MARY (POLLY) PEPPER October 29, 1789 in Eastham, MA. She was born in Eastham, MA, and died Unknown.

Notes for CAPTAIN JOHN GROZIER:

John was baptized May 13, 1759. He died at age 42, his gravestone is in Copp's Hill Cemetery to the left as you enter the rear gate. He resided in Boston on Fleet Street in a wooden house of two stories, 13 windows, the lot containing 2660 Sq. Ft., a value of $1000 in 1798. John was a sea Captain.

Revolutionary War Records of Massachusetts Solders and Sailors has two listings for John, they are:

"Grozier, John, Truro. Matross, Capt. John Gill's (6th) Co., Col. Thomas Crafts's (Artillery) Regt.; Abstract for advance pay, etc., Sworn to at Boston, June 8, 1776; service to Nov. 1, 1776, 5mos. 16 days; also, same Co. and Regt.; service from Feb1, 1777, to May 8, 1777, 3 mos. 7 days."

"Grosier, John. List of Prisoners to be received in exchange for British prisoners sent to Halifax in the cartel "Swift," as attested by Robert Pierpont, Commissary, dated Oct. 9, 1777; said Grosier, a Seaman, to be exchanged for Daniel Sullivan, a Seaman."

More About CAPTAIN JOHN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Copp's Hill Cemetery

More About JOHN GROZIER and MARY PEPPER:

Marriage: October 29, 1789, Eastham, MA

Children of JOHN GROZIER and MARY PEPPER are:

i. WILLIAM8 GROZIER (Source: "Treat Family Geneology", by John H. Treat; Gc 929.2 T712t, 328.), b. Abt. 1790, Boston, MA; d. September 12, 1844, Bangor, ME; m. REBECCA PERRY, December 4, 1817, Bangor, ME; b. July 18, 1779; d. Unknown, Orland, ME buried in Old Cemetery.

Notes for WILLIAM GROZIER:

He was a sea Captain and resided in Orland, ME.

More About WILLIAM GROZIER:

Baptism: September 17, 1792, Second Church, Boston, MA

Burial: Unknown, Old Cemetery, Orland, ME

More About WILLIAM GROZIER and REBECCA PERRY:

Marriage: December 4, 1817, Bangor, ME

56. ii. JOHN GROZIER, b. May 13, 1791, Boston, MA; d. December 6, 1877, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9..

iii. MARY GROZIER, b. 1794, Boston, MA; d. Unknown.

More About MARY GROZIER:

Baptism: February 2, 1794, Second Church, Boston, MA

iv. MERCY GROZIER, b. 1797, Boston, MA; d. Unknown; m. JOHN SMALL, December 17, 1818, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown.

More About MERCY GROZIER:

Baptism: June 4, 1797, Second Church, Boston, MA

More About JOHN SMALL and MERCY GROZIER:

Marriage: December 17, 1818, Truro, Barnstable, MA

v. ROBERT GROZIER, b. December 13, 1798, Boston, MA; d. Unknown.

More About ROBERT GROZIER:

Baptism: December 23, 1798, Second Church, Boston, MA

vi. CALEB UPHAM GROZIER, b. Abt. 1800, Boston, Suffolk, MA; d. Aft. 1884, Truro, Barnstable, MA; in 1884 he was a retired Master Mariner living in Truro..

More About CALEB UPHAM GROZIER:

Baptism: April 27, 1800, Second Church, Boston, MA

43. WILLIAM7 GROZIER (MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born May 14, 1762 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died November 30, 1786 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 200. (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 94.). He married RUTH DYER (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 135.) August 1, 1786 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, daughter of EBENEZER DYER and HANNAH HICKLEY. She was born August 13, 1767, and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM GROZIER:

He died before the birth of his daughter.

More About WILLIAM GROZIER and RUTH DYER:

Marriage: August 1, 1786, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Child of WILLIAM GROZIER and RUTH DYER is:

i. MARY8 GROZIER (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 141.), b. May 21, 1787; d. Unknown; m. ISAAC CHURCHILL, JR., November 2, 1806 (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 141.); b. April 26, 1782; d. Unknown.

More About ISAAC CHURCHILL and MARY GROZIER:

Marriage: November 2, 1806 (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 141.)

44. JOSHUA FREEMAN7 GROZIER (MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) "Pilgrim Notes and Queries", The Joshua Freeman Grozier's Family Record., 64., (2) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 249., (3) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 9:64; 14:148; 27:113.) was born April 2, 1769 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died April 29, 1829 in Provincetown, MA. He married PATTY MARTHA COOK March 24, 1793 in Provincetown, MA, daughter of JONATHAN COOK and MERCY TILTON. She was born August 27, 1773 in Provincetown, MA, and died September 26, 1826.

More About JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER:

Baptism: April 9, 1769

More About JOSHUA GROZIER and PATTY COOK:

Marriage: March 24, 1793, Provincetown, MA

Children of JOSHUA GROZIER and PATTY COOK are:

57. i. WILLIAM8 GROZIER, b. April 17, 1794, Provincetown, MA; d. September 11, 1844.

ii. JOSHUA GROZIER, b. July 7, 1796, Provincetown, MA; d. December 25, 1823; m. HONOR GRISWOLD; b. September 2, 1800; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOSHUA GROZIER:

Possibly the Joshua Grozier lost in passage from Provincetown the Boston.

iii. FREEMAN GROZIER, b. July 7, 1796, Provincetown, MA; d. September 27, 1797, Provincetown, MA.

iv. FREEMAN GROZIER, b. November 27, 1798, Provincetown, MA; d. November 10, 1800, Provincetown, MA.

v. MERCY GROZIER, b. July 22, 1800, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown, Died young..

vi. PATTY GROZIER, b. February 20, 1802, Provincetown, MA; d. March 4, 1803, Provincetown, MA.

58. vii. SALLY (SARAH) GROZIER, b. August 28, 1803, Provincetown, MA; d. January 29, 1892.

viii. SALOMA GROZIER, b. October 14, 1805, Provincetown, MA; d. February 24, 1838, Truro, Barnstable, MA; m. ISAIAH ATKINS, February 8, 1827, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown.

More About ISAIAH ATKINS and SALOMA GROZIER:

Marriage: February 8, 1827, Truro, Barnstable, MA

ix. CALEB UPHAM GROZIER (Source: (1) "The First Hundred Years" a history of King Hiram's Lodge., (2) Truro, Cape Cod, "Landmarks and Seamarks" by Shebnah Rich, 243.), b. January 7, 1808, Provincetown, MA; d. Abt. 1853, Calcutta, India.

Notes for CALEB UPHAM GROZIER:

Captain Caleb Upham Grozier owned the 110 ton schooner Ontseie in 1845.

At the King Hiram's Lodge Meeting of September 4, 1853, it was reported that Captain Grozier and his crew were murdered by pirates at Calcutta, India. His schooner Phoenix, was burned to the water line. The crewman who escaped was named Henry Paine (also a member of King Hiram's Lodge).

Captain Grozier was a well known, enterprising shipmaster of Provincetown. In Calcutta is said to be a substantial monument to commemorate his name.

x. REBECCA ATKINS GROZIER, b. October 4, 1810, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown; m. HENRY WILLARD; d. Unknown.

45. CALEB UPHAM7 GROZIER (MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 194., (2) "The First Hundred Years" a history of King Hiram's Lodge.) was born November 18, 1770 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died February 22, 1829 in At Sea near Havana, Cuba.. He married HANNAH ATKINS October 6, 1796 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, daughter of ZACHEUS ATKINS and MEHITABLE LOMBARD. She was born 1776, and died 1864.

Notes for CALEB UPHAM GROZIER:

In the records of the King Hiram's Lodge they have Captain Caleb U. Grozier as a member of the Lodge. His middle name is listed as Uriah instead of Upham. Records indicate that in 1821 he commanded the Provincetown schooner Charles, owned by Joshua Freeman Grozier. In 1822 he commanded the schooner Hanna and Eliza on a voyage to the Western Islands.

The Philadelphia Gazette contains the details of a horrible tragedy of Piracy involving Captain Grozier.

On the 25th of Feb. a letter was received from the Commercial Agent at Matanzas, in which he states that the brig Attentive, Grozer of Boston, sailed on the 21st inst. from that port, and that on the same day was captured by a piratical schooner and all hands were murdered except one man who was concealed. They scuttled the vessel and deserted the brig, when he came out, put the vessel before the wind, and when within three miles of the shore she sunk, and that he saved himself by swimming on a plank, which was driven along towards shore by the sea breeze. The person who escaped was Alfred Hill, 2nd mate. The brig Attentive was bound for New York.

Before the Consular Commercial Agent of the U.S., Lewis L. Shoemaker appeared Alfred Hill, who was duly sworn, declared and said- That having on board was master, Caleb U. Grozier and the vessel sailed hence on Sunday, the 22nd day of February. That off Point Yaco, was boarded and captured by a piratical schooner, about sixty or seventy tons, full of men, armed with cutlasses, and having two large guns. He heard a heavy groan from the captain and heard him distinctly repeat these words, "Lord have mercy on my soul," and heard a scuffling on deck, and groans of the people. He has no doubt, from the noise he heard, and the appearance of blood, the captain and crew were murdered.

More About CALEB GROZIER and HANNAH ATKINS:

Marriage: October 6, 1796, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Children of CALEB GROZIER and HANNAH ATKINS are:

i. METHETABLE8 GROZIER, b. February 25, 1798; d. November 4, 1799, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 199..

59. ii. HANNAH L. GROZIER, b. March 7, 1800; d. September 19, 1872, Truro, MA.

60. iii. MEHETABLE GROZIER, b. March 28, 1803; d. 1883.

iv. MARIA GROZIER, b. March 20, 1805; d. Unknown; m. ZIBEON PACKED, September 1832; d. Unknown.

More About MARIA GROZIER:

Baptism: May 19, 1805

More About ZIBEON PACKED and MARIA GROZIER:

Marriage: September 1832

v. MERCY GROZIER, b. April 17, 1807, Truro, MA; d. Unknown.

vi. ADALINE GROZIER, b. August 12, 1809; d. Unknown; m. REV. JAMES MCGEOCH, November 1832, Boston, MA; d. Unknown.

More About REV. MCGEOCH and ADALINE GROZIER:

Marriage: November 1832, Boston, MA

vii. CALEB GROZIER, b. April 2, 1812; d. Unknown.

More About CALEB GROZIER:

Occupation: 1862, Captain of Brig Zuleika of Boston, transporting coals for the Government from NY to Port Royal.

viii. ELIZABETH GROZIER, b. July 28, 1814; d. Unknown; m. GEORGE C. HURTER, November 22, 1839, Roxbury, MA; d. Unknown.

More About GEORGE HURTER and ELIZABETH GROZIER:

Marriage: November 22, 1839, Roxbury, MA

Generation No. 7

46. PHEBE8 KNOWLES (SILAS7, PHEBE6 PAINE, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born December 28, 1769 in Truro, MA (Source: Truro Vital Record, 97.), and died September 9, 1840 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. She married BENJAMIN HARDING April 12, 1792 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA. He was born October 30, 1766 in Truro, MA, and died Unknown.

More About PHEBE KNOWLES:

Burial: (Source: Truro Vital Record, 284.)

More About BENJAMIN HARDING and PHEBE KNOWLES:

Marriage: April 12, 1792, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA

Child of PHEBE KNOWLES and BENJAMIN HARDING is:

61. i. MARY (POLLY) KNOWLES9 HARDING, b. January 4, 1796, Truro, MA; d. Unknown.

47. ELIZABETH8 PAINE (BARNABAS7, BARNABUS6, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born July 14, 1757 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died October 24, 1835 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. She married CONSTANT HOPKINS (Source: Truro Vital Record, 47, 85, 106, 222..) March 14, 1775 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, son of CONSTANT HOPKINS and PHEBE PAINE. He was born May 16, 1747 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died March 28, 1817 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About ELIZABETH PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A, Stone 657

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS:

Baptism: June 28, 1747

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A, Stone 656

Military service: Sargent in the Revolution.

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH PAINE:

Marriage: March 14, 1775, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Children are listed above under (40) Constant Hopkins.

48. HANNAH8 ATKINS (ZACHEUS7, HANNAH6 COOK, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1776, and died 1864. She married CALEB UPHAM GROZIER (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 194., (2) "The First Hundred Years" a history of King Hiram's Lodge.) October 6, 1796 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, son of JOHN GROZIER and MERCY HOPKINS. He was born November 18, 1770 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died February 22, 1829 in At Sea near Havana, Cuba..

Notes for CALEB UPHAM GROZIER:

In the records of the King Hiram's Lodge they have Captain Caleb U. Grozier as a member of the Lodge. His middle name is listed as Uriah instead of Upham. Records indicate that in 1821 he commanded the Provincetown schooner Charles, owned by Joshua Freeman Grozier. In 1822 he commanded the schooner Hanna and Eliza on a voyage to the Western Islands.

The Philadelphia Gazette contains the details of a horrible tragedy of Piracy involving Captain Grozier.

On the 25th of Feb. a letter was received from the Commercial Agent at Matanzas, in which he states that the brig Attentive, Grozer of Boston, sailed on the 21st inst. from that port, and that on the same day was captured by a piratical schooner and all hands were murdered except one man who was concealed. They scuttled the vessel and deserted the brig, when he came out, put the vessel before the wind, and when within three miles of the shore she sunk, and that he saved himself by swimming on a plank, which was driven along towards shore by the sea breeze. The person who escaped was Alfred Hill, 2nd mate. The brig Attentive was bound for New York.

Before the Consular Commercial Agent of the U.S., Lewis L. Shoemaker appeared Alfred Hill, who was duly sworn, declared and said- That having on board was master, Caleb U. Grozier and the vessel sailed hence on Sunday, the 22nd day of February. That off Point Yaco, was boarded and captured by a piratical schooner, about sixty or seventy tons, full of men, armed with cutlasses, and having two large guns. He heard a heavy groan from the captain and heard him distinctly repeat these words, "Lord have mercy on my soul," and heard a scuffling on deck, and groans of the people. He has no doubt, from the noise he heard, and the appearance of blood, the captain and crew were murdered.

More About CALEB GROZIER and HANNAH ATKINS:

Marriage: October 6, 1796, Truro, Barnstable, MA

Children are listed above under (45) Caleb Upham Grozier.

49. PARON COWELL8 COOK (SOLOMON7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: The Mayflower Descendant, Vol.11, page 216, 14:147.) was born January 4, 1760 in Provincetown, MA, and died Bet. October 1834 - April 1835 in Provincetown, MA. He married HANNAH Abt. 1779. She died August 29, 1836 in Provincetown, MA.

Notes for PARON COWELL COOK:

Name also spelled Paran.

More About PARON COOK and HANNAH:

Marriage: Abt. 1779

Children of PARON COOK and HANNAH are:

62. i. HANNAH9 COOK, b. December 17, 1781, Provincetown, MA; d. November 2, 1836, Provincetown, MA.

ii. NEWCOMB COOK, b. August 3, 1783; d. Unknown.

iii. SALOME COOK, b. August 7, 1785; d. Unknown.

iv. SERVIA COOK, b. July 7, 1787; d. December 24, 1817; m. ELISHA HOLMES; d. Unknown.

v. PARON COOK, b. November 11, 1789; d. November 2, 1808.

vi. THOMAS COOK, b. August 1, 1792; d. Unknown.

vii. BETSEY COOK, b. June 28, 1795; d. Bef. September 1834.

viii. REBECCA COOK, b. September 25, 1798; d. Unknown.

50. PATTY MARTHA8 COOK (JONATHAN7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 27, 1773 in Provincetown, MA, and died September 26, 1826. She married JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER (Source: (1) "Pilgrim Notes and Queries", The Joshua Freeman Grozier's Family Record., 64., (2) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 249., (3) MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, 9:64; 14:148; 27:113.) March 24, 1793 in Provincetown, MA, son of JOHN GROZIER and MERCY HOPKINS. He was born April 2, 1769 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died April 29, 1829 in Provincetown, MA.

More About JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER:

Baptism: April 9, 1769

More About JOSHUA GROZIER and PATTY COOK:

Marriage: March 24, 1793, Provincetown, MA.

Children are listed above under (44) Joshua Freeman Grozier.

51. BETHIAH8 COOK (JONATHAN7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born October 14, 1784 in Provincetown, MA, and died Unknown in Provincetown, MA. She married THOMAS SMITH SPARKS 1802 in Provincetown, MA. He died Unknown in Provincetown, MA.

More About THOMAS SPARKS and BETHIAH COOK:

Marriage: 1802, Provincetown, MA

Children of BETHIAH COOK and THOMAS SPARKS are:

i. REBECCA9 SPARKS, b. August 14, 1803; d. Unknown.

ii. BETHIA SPARKS, b. October 9, 1805; d. Unknown.

63. iii. BETSY SPARKS, b. November 18, 1807, Provincetown, MA; d. April 14, 1873, Provincetown, MA.

iv. FREEMAN GROZIER SPARKS, b. January 25, 1810; d. February 7, 1871.

v. MARIA SPARKS, b. November 30, 1812; d. Unknown.

vi. POLLY SPARKS, b. March 17, 1815; d. Unknown.

vii. THOMAS SMITH SPARKS, b. November 11, 1817; d. Unknown.

viii. FRANCIS FLUKER SPARKS, b. August 20, 1820; d. Unknown.

ix. WILLIAM TILTON SPARKS, b. October 20, 1823; d. Unknown.

52. CONSTANT8 HOPKINS (CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 7, 1780 in Gorham, ME, and died July 19, 1821. He married MARGARET CLOUGH 1803. She was born in Boston, MA, and died Unknown.

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and MARGARET CLOUGH:

Marriage: 1803

Children of CONSTANT HOPKINS and MARGARET CLOUGH are:

i. JOHN9 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

ii. MARY HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iii. ELIZA HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

iv. MARGARET HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

v. SARAH HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

53. MARY (POLLY)8 HOPKINS (CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born September 2, 1787 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died November 23, 1877 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9.. She married JOHN GROZIER (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 207, 216, 224-9, 234-8, 242, 249, 261, 288, 290-1., (2) Provincetown Advocate Newspaper, 2; Dec. 13, 1877, Source of notes for John Grozier.) November 17, 1822 in Truro, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.), son of JOHN GROZIER and MARY PEPPER. He was born May 13, 1791 in Boston, MA, and died December 6, 1877 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9. (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.).

Notes for MARY (POLLY) HOPKINS:

Bethia and Mary Hopkins were sisters. They were descendants of the Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins, seventh generation.

A notice of Mary Grozier's death in the "Provincetown Advocate", November 28, 1877 on Page 2:

"...in Pond Village within the past week...

"Mrs. Grozier, or "Grandma," as she was familiarly known, was in the 92nd year of her age. She had suffered for many long years with an incurable neuralgic affliction of the face and jaws. If acute and torturing pains could kill it seems to us this poor woman must have suffered enough to have died a dozen times. She seemed to bear all those years of agonizing pains with the patient endurance of a martyr.- At last she is freed from her misery, and is at rest."

More About MARY (POLLY) HOPKINS:

Baptism: September 9, 1787

Notes for JOHN GROZIER:

In the Newspaper notice of his death is the following story about John: " When John was eighteen years of age, he was kidnapped on the coast of Cape Cod by a British Cruser, (War of the Embargo) taken to England and thrown into Dartmoor Prison, and the tortures and cruelties suffered there would have killed a less hardy man. He, with others of his countrymen from Truro, was finally released and sent home in a brig. On the passage, while crossing the Grand Banks, their provisions ran low and were dealt out very sparingly to these released prisoners, so an attempt was made here to secure some fresh fish. John was the only one fortunate enough to catch one, a fine cod, which he threw upon the deck. The Captain picked it up with the intention of appropriating it to his own use. John sprang upon and shook him until he was glad to drop the fish, and gave him to understanding it was to be eaten in the forecastle, and it was. Long weeks on the verge of starvation had made these men desperate, and madness to have attempted to control them."

John was mentioned in Truro history with other men as staking their lives to rescue people on board the Russian brig Emeline Charlotte, in October 1833.

More About JOHN GROZIER:

Baptism: September 17, 1792, Second Church, Boston, MA

More About JOHN GROZIER and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 17, 1822, Truro, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.)

Children of MARY HOPKINS and JOHN GROZIER are:

64. i. BARNABAS HOPKINS9 GROZIER, b. February 2, 1824, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. March 16, 1869, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried North Truro Cemetery, lot 9..

ii. MARY GROZIER, b. September 1, 1825, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. 1850, Provincetown, MA; m. JAMES YOUNG, December 21, 1847; b. Scotland; d. Unknown, Provincetown, MA.

More About JAMES YOUNG and MARY GROZIER:

Marriage: December 21, 1847

iii. ROBERT WILLIAM GROZIER, b. 1827, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown, Died in infancy, Truro, MA.

iv. MERCY SMITH GROZIER, b. May 14, 1829, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. October 27, 1907, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 11, N. Truro, MA; m. JOSEPH H. BIRD; d. July 11, 1879, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 11, N. Truro, MA.

54. JONATHAN8 HOPKINS (CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: Truro Vital Record, 187, 209..) was born January 17, 1789 in Truro, MA, and died September 14, 1862 in Provincetown, MA. He married ELIZABETH WHARF November 23, 1812 in Provincetown, MA, daughter of JOHN WHARF and REBEKAH RIDER. She was born November 7, 1793 in Provincetown, MA, and died July 30, 1857 in Provincetown, MA.

More About JONATHAN HOPKINS:

#1: Another spelling for name-Betsy Whorf

Baptism: January 19, 1790

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery

Notes for ELIZABETH WHARF:

Her nickname was Betsy.

More About JONATHAN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH WHARF:

Marriage: November 23, 1812, Provincetown, MA

Children of JONATHAN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH WHARF are:

65. i. RUFUS9 HOPKINS, b. October 23, 1814, Provincetown, MA; d. August 16, 1881, Provincetown, MA.

ii. MARY HOPKINS, b. November 1, 1817, Provincetown, MA; d. August 16, 1848; m. GEORGE LITTLE, March 23, 1833; d. Unknown.

More About GEORGE LITTLE and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: March 23, 1833

iii. CONSTANT HOPKINS, b. July 19, 1821; d. Unknown; m. ABIGAIL BICKMORE, August 9, 1844; d. Unknown.

More About CONSTANT HOPKINS and ABIGAIL BICKMORE:

Marriage: August 9, 1844

66. iv. HENRY H. HOPKINS, b. August 3, 1825, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown.

v. MARGARET C. HOPKINS, b. October 12, 1830, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown; m. CHARLES POPE, November 27, 1850; d. Unknown.

More About CHARLES POPE and MARGARET HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 27, 1850

vi. BETSY W. HOPKINS, b. August 12, 1834, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown; m. HENRY COWING, January 1, 1859; d. Unknown.

More About HENRY COWING and BETSY HOPKINS:

Marriage: January 1, 1859

55. BETHIA8 HOPKINS (CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 16, 1795, and died May 8, 1822 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 655.. She married JOHN GROZIER (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 207, 216, 224-9, 234-8, 242, 249, 261, 288, 290-1., (2) Provincetown Advocate Newspaper, 2; Dec. 13, 1877, Source of notes for John Grozier.) March 31, 1814 in Truro, MA, son of JOHN GROZIER and MARY PEPPER. He was born May 13, 1791 in Boston, MA, and died December 6, 1877 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9. (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.).

Baptism: September 17, 1792, Second Church, Boston, MA

More About JOHN GROZIER and BETHIA HOPKINS:Marriage: March 31, 1814, Truro, MA

Children of BETHIA HOPKINS and JOHN GROZIER are:

67. i. JR. JOHN9 GROZIER, b. November 29, 1813, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. December 19, 1845, Lost at sea.

68. ii. REBECCA HOPKINS GROZIER, b. January 28, 1815, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. July 24, 1884, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 50, N. Truro, MA.

iii. CHARLES JEROME GROZIER, b. May 14, 1816, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. February 27, 1839, Drowned at sea by the upsetting of a whaleboat..

iv. JAMES LOMBARD ATKINS GROZIER, b. May 7, 1818, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. December 19, 1845, Lost at sea with his brother John on a fishing vessel..

69. v. BETHIAH GROZIER, b. May 19, 1819; d. Unknown.

vi. MERCY SMALL GROZIER, b. 1820; d. Unknown, Died in infancy, Truro, MA.

vii. CALEB UPHAM GROZIER (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.), b. February 22, 1822, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 12, 1909, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 6, N. Truro, MA; m. (1) AZUBAH ATWOOD; d. November 8, 1901, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 106 , N. Truro, MA; m. (2) HANNAH S. SELLER, December 30, 1847, Truro, MA; b. Abt. 1826, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 1, 1872, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 6, N. Truro, MA.

More About CALEB GROZIER and HANNAH SELLER:

Marriage: December 30, 1847, Truro, MA

56. JOHN8 GROZIER (JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 207, 216, 224-9, 234-8, 242, 249, 261, 288, 290-1., (2) Provincetown Advocate Newspaper, 2; Dec. 13, 1877, Source of notes for John Grozier.) was born May 13, 1791 in Boston, MA, and died December 6, 1877 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9. (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.). He married (1) BETHIA HOPKINS March 31, 1814 in Truro, MA, daughter of CONSTANT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH PAINE. She was born August 16, 1795, and died May 8, 1822 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, Stone 655.. He married (2) MARY (POLLY) HOPKINS November 17, 1822 in Truro, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.), daughter of CONSTANT HOPKINS and ELIZABETH PAINE. She was born September 2, 1787 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died November 23, 1877 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried Old North Truro Cemetery, lot 9..

Notes for JOHN GROZIER:

In the Newspaper notice of his death is the following story about John: " When John was eighteen years of age, he was kidnapped on the coast of Cape Cod by a British Cruser, (War of the Embargo) taken to England and thrown into Dartmoor Prison, and the tortures and cruelties suffered there would have killed a less hardy man. He, with others of his countrymen from Truro, was finally released and sent home in a brig. On the passage, while crossing the Grand Banks, their provisions ran low and were dealt out very sparingly to these released prisoners, so an attempt was made here to secure some fresh fish. John was the only one fortunate enough to catch one, a fine cod, which he threw upon the deck. The Captain picked it up with the intention of appropriating it to his own use. John sprang upon and shook him until he was glad to drop the fish, and gave him to understanding it was to be eaten in the forecastle, and it was. Long weeks on the verge of starvation had made these men desperate, and madness to have attempted to control them."

John was mentioned in Truro history with other men as staking their lives to rescue people on board the Russian brig Emeline Charlotte, in October 1833.

More About JOHN GROZIER:

Baptism: September 17, 1792, Second Church, Boston, MA

More About JOHN GROZIER and BETHIA HOPKINS:

Marriage: March 31, 1814, Truro, MA

More About MARY (POLLY) HOPKINS:

Baptism: September 9, 1787

More About JOHN GROZIER and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 17, 1822, Truro, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.)

Children are listed above under (55) Bethia Hopkins.

Children are listed above under (53) Mary (Polly) Hopkins.

57. WILLIAM8 GROZIER (JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born April 17, 1794 in Provincetown, MA, and died September 11, 1844. He married (1) MARIAM WRIGHT. She was born January 24, 1794 in Litchfield, CT, and died Unknown. He married (2) REBECCA PERRY December 4, 1817 in Mass., daughter of RICHARD PERRY. She was born July 18, 1779, and died Unknown in Orland, ME buried in Old Cemetery.

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Marriage: December 4, 1817, Mass.

Children of WILLIAM GROZIER and REBECCA PERRY are:

70. i. CAPTAIN WILLIAM UPHAM9 GROZIER, d. 1916.

71. ii. CAPTAIN JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER, b. 1825, France; d. July 22, 1883, San Francisco, CA.

58. SALLY (SARAH)8 GROZIER (JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 28, 1803 in Provincetown, MA, and died January 29, 1892. She married NATHANIEL HOLMES November 25, 1824 in Provincetown, MA. He was born August 30, 1800, and died February 15, 1865.

More About NATHANIEL HOLMES and SALLY GROZIER:

Marriage: November 25, 1824, Provincetown, MA

Child of SALLY GROZIER and NATHANIEL HOLMES is:

i. JAMES M.9 HOLMES, b. August 19, 1829; d. Unknown.

59. HANNAH L.8 GROZIER (CALEB UPHAM7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born March 7, 1800, and died September 19, 1872 in Truro, MA. She married THOMAS SELLER. He died 1828 in Lost at Sea.

Notes for HANNAH L. GROZIER:

This Hannah Grozier may be the same person as Hannah, daughter of Caleb Upham Grozier and Hannah Atkins.

More About HANNAH L. GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 6

Child of HANNAH GROZIER and THOMAS SELLER is:

i. HANNAH S.9 SELLER, b. Abt. 1826, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 1, 1872, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 6, N. Truro, MA; m. CALEB UPHAM GROZIER (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.), December 30, 1847, Truro, MA; b. February 22, 1822, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. April 12, 1909, Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 6, N. Truro, MA.

More About CALEB GROZIER and HANNAH SELLER:Marriage: December 30, 1847, Truro, MA

60. MEHETABLE8 GROZIER (CALEB UPHAM7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born March 28, 1803, and died 1883. She married ALVAH KITTREDGE 1827 in Roxbury, Suffolk, MA. He was born May 15, 1798 in Mt. Vernon, Hillsboro, NH, and died 1876.

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Marriage: 1827, Roxbury, Suffolk, MA

Children of MEHETABLE GROZIER and ALVAH KITTREDGE are:

i. WILLIAM PORTER9 KITTREDGE, b. September 8, 1831, Roxbury, Suffolk, MA; d. 1911; m. ANN CHANNING, 1858; d. Unknown.

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Marriage: 1858

ii. EMMA KITTREDGE, d. Unknown.

iii. ABBOT ELLIOT KITTREDGE, b. July 20, 1834, Roxbury, Suffolk, MA; d. Unknown.

Generation No. 8

61. MARY (POLLY) KNOWLES9 HARDING (PHEBE8 KNOWLES, SILAS7, PHEBE6 PAINE, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born January 4, 1796 in Truro, MA, and died Unknown. She married CALEB FISH (Source: MD "Mayflower Descendant", 1899-1937, Vol. 33.) November 28, 1815 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA, by Rev. Jude Damon (Source: Truro, MA., Vital Records, Page 217.), son of CALEB FISH and SARAH PAINE. He was born July 29, 1790 in Plymouth, MA, and died Unknown.

More About CALEB FISH:

#1: Last name also listed as- Fisher.

More About CALEB FISH and MARY HARDING:

Marriage: November 28, 1815, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA, by Rev. Jude Damon (Source: Truro, MA., Vital Records, Page 217.)

Children of MARY HARDING and CALEB FISH are:

i. BETSY GODDARD10 FISH, b. August 18, 1817, Truro, MA; d. May 6, 1911, Truro, Barnstable, MA; m. ISAAC GREEN, April 2, 1835; b. Abt. 1808; d. November 20, 1877, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About BETSY GODDARD FISH:

Baptism: January 11, 1818

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 30

More About ISAAC GREEN:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 30

More About ISAAC GREEN and BETSY FISH:

Marriage: April 2, 1835

72. ii. JULIA ANN FISH, b. October 18, 1819, Truro, MA; d. July 5, 1879, Provincetown, MA.

iii. NEHEMIAH HARDING FISH, b. August 25, 1822, Truro, MA; d. Unknown; m. FRANCIS; d. Unknown.

iv. CALEB FISH, b. 1825; d. Unknown; m. ANN; d. Unknown.

More About CALEB FISH:

Baptism: September 3, 1825, At his father's house.

v. SAMUEL FISH, b. Abt. 1828; d. Unknown.

More About SAMUEL FISH:

Baptism: January 25, 1828, At the home of widow Phebe Knowles

vi. ALMIRA BAKER FISH, b. January 17, 1833; d. Unknown.

vii. ISAAC GREEN FISH, b. August 24, 1837; d. Unknown.

62. HANNAH9 COOK (PARON COWELL8, SOLOMON7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) Barnstable Co. Probate Records, 56:177., (2) Barnstable Co. Deeds, 27:429.) was born December 17, 1781 in Provincetown, MA, and died November 2, 1836 in Provincetown, MA. She married ELISHA (ISAIAH) YOUNG. He was born 1776, and died December 5, 1848 in Provincetown, MA.

Children of HANNAH COOK and ELISHA YOUNG are:

i. ELISHA10 YOUNG, b. January 1800; d. June 9, 1803, Provincetown, MA.

73. ii. ELISHA YOUNG, b. May 31, 1805, Provincetown, MA; d. March 20, 1873, Provincetown, MA.

iii. SARAH H. YOUNG (Source: Barnstable Co. Deeds, 27:429.), d. Unknown.

63. BETSY9 SPARKS (BETHIAH8 COOK, JONATHAN7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born November 18, 1807 in Provincetown, MA, and died April 14, 1873 in Provincetown, MA. She married ELISHA YOUNG (Source: Provincetown Record of Deaths from January 1, 1862, page 23.) February 9, 1827 in Provincetown, MA, son of ELISHA YOUNG and HANNAH COOK. He was born May 31, 1805 in Provincetown, MA, and died March 20, 1873 in Provincetown, MA.

More About BETSY SPARKS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

More About ELISHA YOUNG:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

More About ELISHA YOUNG and BETSY SPARKS:

Marriage: February 9, 1827, Provincetown, MA

Children of BETSY SPARKS and ELISHA YOUNG are:

i. ELISHA T.10 YOUNG, b. Abt. 1835; d. Unknown.

74. ii. JOHN WESLEY YOUNG, b. January 20, 1836, Provincetown, MA; d. August 2, 1894, Provincetown, MA.

75. iii. PARON COOK YOUNG, b. August 12, 1838, Provincetown, MA; d. April 26, 1912, Provincetown, MA.

iv. HENRY YOUNG, b. Abt. 1844; d. Unknown.

64. BARNABAS HOPKINS9 GROZIER (JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 242.) was born February 2, 1824 in Truro, Barnstable, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.), and died March 16, 1869 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried North Truro Cemetery, lot 9. (Source: Gravestone, N. Truro Cemetery.). He married EUNICE WELCH March 27, 1851 in Truro, MA, daughter of DANIEL WELCH and EUNICE LEIGHTON. She was born 1821 in Danville, Maine (a record in Eastham gives her name as Levinia L. Welsh born in Lewiston Falls, ME; from the town clerk the record of Ida B Grozier's parents), and died August 2, 1878 in Provincetown, MA (Source: Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier.).

Notes for BARNABAS HOPKINS GROZIER:

Barnabas was a mariner.

More About EUNICE WELCH:

Burial: Unknown, North Truro Cemetery, Barnstable Co., MA in lot 9.

Cause of Death: Brights Disease

More About BARNABAS GROZIER and EUNICE WELCH:

Marriage: March 27, 1851, Truro, MA

Children of BARNABAS GROZIER and EUNICE WELCH are:

76. i. MARY ELLA10 GROZIER, b. June 17, 1852, North Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown.

77. ii. IDA BETHIA T. GROZIER, b. January 29, 1855, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. March 27, 1892, Provincetown, MA buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Eastham, MA.

iii. MERCY EUNICE GROZIER, b. December 2, 1857, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. Unknown; m. LUTHER HATCH; d. Unknown.

iv. BARNABAS H. GROZIER, b. August 12, 1860, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. August 16, 1860, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

78. v. DANIEL WARREN GROZIER, b. June 1, 1863, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. February 25, 1925, Foxboro, MA.

65. RUFUS9 HOPKINS (JONATHAN8, CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born October 23, 1814 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 16, 1881 in Provincetown, MA. He married JULIA ANN FISH February 21, 1837 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by Rev. Thomas W. Gile (Source: Truro Vital Record, 324.), daughter of CALEB FISH and MARY HARDING. She was born October 18, 1819 in Truro, MA, and died July 5, 1879 in Provincetown, MA (Source: NEHGS Mss 366; Hopkins History.).

More About RUFUS HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery

More About JULIA ANN FISH:

Baptism: March 30, 1820, At the home of Jesse Collins

More About RUFUS HOPKINS and JULIA FISH:

Marriage: February 21, 1837, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by Rev. Thomas W. Gile (Source: Truro Vital Record, 324.)

Children of RUFUS HOPKINS and JULIA FISH are:

79. i. MARY FRANCES10 HOPKINS, b. October 1, 1839, Provincetown, MA; d. January 22, 1912, Provincetown, MA.

ii. RUFUS H. HOPKINS, b. May 2, 1841, Provincetown, MA; d. 1920, Hopkinton, MA; m. RUTH L. QUINN, December 13, 1865; d. Unknown.

More About RUFUS HOPKINS and RUTH QUINN:

Marriage: December 13, 1865

iii. ELIZABETH C. HOPKINS, b. November 29, 1846, Provincetown, MA; d. August 20, 1929, Ashland, MA; m. (1) FRANK G. DIX; d. Unknown; m. (2) FRANK ANTHONY, January 5, 1866; d. Unknown.

More About ELIZABETH C. HOPKINS:

#1: Her nickname was Lizzie.

Residence: Holliston, MA

More About FRANK ANTHONY and ELIZABETH HOPKINS:

Marriage: January 5, 1866

iv. JULIA A. C. HOPKINS, b. October 13, 1848, Provincetown, MA; d. June 21, 1849, Provincetown, MA.

v. JULIA A. HOPKINS, b. December 21, 1854, Provincetown, MA; d. February 17, 1861, Provincetown, MA.

66. HENRY H.9 HOPKINS (JONATHAN8, CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born August 3, 1825 in Provincetown, MA, and died Unknown. He married (1) HANNAH MAYO. She died Unknown. He married (2) ANN LOPEZ. She died Unknown. He married (3) MARIA LOPEZ. She died Unknown.

Child of HENRY HOPKINS and ANN LOPEZ is:

i. HENRIQUE10 HOPKINS, d. Unknown.

67. JR. JOHN9 GROZIER (JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 216, 304, 317, 328, 402.) was born November 29, 1813 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died December 19, 1845 in Lost at sea. He married ZERIVAH PAINE December 13, 1838 in Truro, MA, daughter of ELISHA PAINE and ZERIUAH. She was born 1819, and died 1893 in Truro, MA.

Notes for JR. JOHN GROZIER:

John and his brother, James were lost at sea on the fishing ground at the Grand Bank on the schooner Altorf, of Provincetown. The crew consisted of eight men with all but one from Truro. Captain Hutchins commanded her. The fishing schooner Altorf, of Provincetown was reported on the fishing ground about the 20th of June, and again spoken with in lat. 46 about the last of August. She had then wet all her salt and put away for home, very deeply laden. Since then she had not been heard from, and undoubtedly foundered at sea. The vessel was about ten years old, and half her men insured at Provincetown.

More About ZERIVAH PAINE:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Stone 286

More About JOHN GROZIER and ZERIVAH PAINE:

Marriage: December 13, 1838, Truro, MA

Children of JOHN GROZIER and ZERIVAH PAINE are:

80. i. JOHN PAINE10 GROZIER, b. December 19, 1841, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. May 3, 1900, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

ii. HANNAH HICKNEY PAINE GROZIER, b. October 31, 1842 (Source: Truro, MA., Vital Records, Page 217.); d. Unknown.

68. REBECCA HOPKINS9 GROZIER (JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: T-VR, Truro Vital Record, 216, 304.) was born January 28, 1815 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died July 24, 1884 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 50, N. Truro, MA. She married JAMES COLLINS December 29, 1835 in Truro, MA. He was born February 28, 1809, and died February 2, 1885 in Truro, Barnstable, MA buried at Old North Cemetery, lot 50, N. Truro, MA.

More About JAMES COLLINS and REBECCA GROZIER:

Marriage: December 29, 1835, Truro, MA

Children of REBECCA GROZIER and JAMES COLLINS are:

i. JAMES LOMBARD GROZIER10 COLLINS, b. July 24, 1838; d. Unknown.

ii. REBECCA GROZIER COLLINS, b. April 30, 1840; d. Unknown.

iii. LUCY COLLINS, b. 1837; d. Unknown.

69. BETHIAH9 GROZIER (JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born May 19, 1819, and died Unknown. She married (1) JAMES TILTON (GUS) COOK in Provincetown, MA, son of SAMUEL COOK and JANE NICKERSON. He died Unknown. She married (2) ALEXANDER THOMPSON November 22, 1836 in Truro, MA, son of JOHN T. THOMPSON. He died Unknown.

More About JAMES COOK and BETHIAH GROZIER:

Marriage: Provincetown, MA

More About ALEXANDER THOMPSON and BETHIAH GROZIER:

Marriage: November 22, 1836, Truro, MA

Children of BETHIAH GROZIER and ALEXANDER THOMPSON are:

i. JOHN GROZIER10 THOMPSON, b. August 29, 1837; d. Unknown.

ii. BETHIAH GROZIER THOMPSON, b. November 15, 1838; d. Unknown.

iii. ALEXANDER THOMPSON, b. August 17, 1840; d. Unknown.

70. CAPTAIN WILLIAM UPHAM9 GROZIER (WILLIAM8, JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: "Robert Sandford Genealogy", 48.) died 1916. He married JOSEPHINE B. GIVEN 1865, daughter of SAINT-VINCENT GIVEN and MARIA SANDFORD. She was born February 23, 1841, and died April 3, 1925.

Notes for CAPTAIN WILLIAM UPHAM GROZIER:

He was a sea-Captain and veteran of the civil war

More About CAPTAIN WILLIAM UPHAM GROZIER:

Military service: Served in the Navy during the Revolutionary War.Commanding officer of Vessels: Vicksburg off New Inlet, NC, Hampton Rds. VA, White House, 1865; U.S.S. Mohawk, Port Royal, SC, 1864; Vermont; in the N. Atlantic Blocking Squadron, ships class 3, six guns.

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Marriage: 1865

Child of WILLIAM GROZIER and JOSEPHINE GIVEN is:

i. JOSHUA F.10 GROZIER, d. Unknown.

Notes for JOSHUA F. GROZIER: Was an attorney in Denver, CO.

71. CAPTAIN JOSHUA FREEMAN9 GROZIER (WILLIAM8, JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1825 in France, and died July 22, 1883 in San Francisco, CA. He married MARY LOUISE GIVEN December 27, 1856, daughter of SAINT-VINCENT GIVEN and MARIA SANDFORD. She was born September 24, 1835 in Bowdoinham, ME, and died March 31, 1919.

Notes for CAPTAIN JOSHUA FREEMAN GROZIER:

He was a sea captain.

More About JOSHUA GROZIER and MARY GIVEN:

Marriage: December 27, 1856

Children of JOSHUA GROZIER and MARY GIVEN are:

81. i. ADELLA PERRY10 GROZIER, b. March 2, 1858, On board the "Western Empire", LA; d. February 17, 1916, San Francisco, CA.

82. ii. EDWIN ATKINS GROZIER, b. September 12, 1859, San Francisco Bay, CA on board a clipper ship.; d. May 9, 1924.

iii. WILLIAM A. GROZIER (Source: "Robert Sandford Genealogy", 48.), b. 1863; d. 1928; m. FLORENCE METCALF; d. Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM A. GROZIER:

Was the business Manager of the Boston Post

iv. ALBERT U. GROZIER, b. 1871; d. 1920.

v. MAY LOUISE GROZIER, b. August 25, 1874; d. Unknown.

vi. LENA J. GROZIER, b. October 24, 1877; d. 1913.

Generation No. 9

72. JULIA ANN10 FISH (MARY (POLLY) KNOWLES9 HARDING, PHEBE8 KNOWLES, SILAS7, PHEBE6 PAINE, THOMAS5, MARY4 SNOW, CONSTANCE3 HOPKINS, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born October 18, 1819 in Truro, MA, and died July 5, 1879 in Provincetown, MA (Source: NEHGS Mss 366; Hopkins History.). She married RUFUS HOPKINS February 21, 1837 in Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by Rev. Thomas W. Gile (Source: Truro Vital Record, 324.), son of JONATHAN HOPKINS and ELIZABETH WHARF. He was born October 23, 1814 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 16, 1881 in Provincetown, MA.

More About JULIA ANN FISH:

Baptism: March 30, 1820, At the home of Jesse Collins

More About RUFUS HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery

More About RUFUS HOPKINS and JULIA FISH:

Marriage: February 21, 1837, Truro, Barnstable Co., MA by Rev. Thomas W. Gile (Source: Truro Vital Record, 324.)

Children are listed above under (65) Rufus Hopkins.

73. ELISHA10 YOUNG (HANNAH9 COOK, PARON COWELL8, SOLOMON7, SOLOMON6, JOSIAH5, DEBORAH4 HOPKINS, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: Provincetown Record of Deaths from January 1, 1862, page 23.) was born May 31, 1805 in Provincetown, MA, and died March 20, 1873 in Provincetown, MA. He married BETSY SPARKS February 9, 1827 in Provincetown, MA, daughter of THOMAS SPARKS and BETHIAH COOK. She was born November 18, 1807 in Provincetown, MA, and died April 14, 1873 in Provincetown, MA.

More About ELISHA YOUNG:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

More About BETSY SPARKS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

Cause of Death: Pneumonia

More About ELISHA YOUNG and BETSY SPARKS:

Marriage: February 9, 1827, Provincetown, MA

Children are listed above under (63) Betsy Sparks.

74. JOHN WESLEY10 YOUNG (ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born January 20, 1836 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 2, 1894 in Provincetown, MA. He married MARY FRANCES HOPKINS (Source: (1) Obit., (2) The Advocate, Provincetown, MA, Newspaper, Thursday, January 25, 1912.) November 21, 1858 in Provincetown, MA- the Rev. William Hooper officiating., daughter of RUFUS HOPKINS and JULIA FISH. She was born October 1, 1839 in Provincetown, MA, and died January 22, 1912 in Provincetown, MA.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY YOUNG:

John W. Young, like many of the sons of Provincetown, followed the sea from an early age. He made two voyages in the ships around the world when very young and in following years engaged in whaling and codfishing.

When the Peaked Hill Bar station was finished and David H Atkins was appointed keeper, Mr. Young was one of the crew that took possion of the little brown house. He served two yrars under Kepper Atwood. He was then selected to take command of the No. 5 station (Race Point). He was appointed keeper May 31, 1875 and retained command at the station until physical inability caused his resignation. He retired from the duties of the station September 17, 1888. He had served the lifesaving service for 15 years.

He had recieved injuries that proved lasting at the time of the shipwreck of the schooner Oliver Ames bound from Gardiner, ME to Richmond, VA. She ran aground two miles east of Race Point on the morning of December 3, 1882. Captain Young recieved injuries to his knee, the wounds eventually compelled his abandonment of the work as lifesaver. The vessel's crew were saved and the vessel floated later.

After leaving the service he engaged in the grocery business. He was stricken by paralysis two and one-half years before he died and was bed ridden the last eight months of his life.

The funeral services were at the Church of the Redeemer, the Rev. Hal G. Dunham officiating.

More About JOHN WESLEY YOUNG:

#1: Spoons belonging to Hattie and John had the initials engraved J W C Y.

Burial: Unknown, Sunday, August 5th in Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

Occupation: Was a lifesaver at the Race Point Lite, at the tip of Cape Cod. A fore-runner of the Coast Guard.

More About MARY FRANCES HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

More About JOHN YOUNG and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 21, 1858, Provincetown, MA- the Rev. William Hooper officiating.

Children of JOHN YOUNG and MARY HOPKINS are:

i. ELMER C.11 YOUNG, b. September 7, 1861, Provincetown, MA; d. April 20, 1916, Wrentown, MA; m. EFFIE L. NICKERSON, November 18, 1883, Provincetown, MA; d. Unknown.

More About ELMER C. YOUNG:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery

More About ELMER YOUNG and EFFIE NICKERSON:

Marriage: November 18, 1883, Provincetown, MA

83. ii. HATTIE ALETHA YOUNG, b. August 20, 1868, Provincetown, MA; d. December 15, 1939, Mansfield, MA.

84. iii. LIZZIE F. YOUNG, b. June 24, 1872, Provincetown, MA; d. May 2, 1906, Provincetown, MA.

85. iv. JULIA A. YOUNG, b. January 8, 1881; d. Unknown.

75. PARON COOK10 YOUNG (ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born August 12, 1838 in Provincetown, MA, and died April 26, 1912 in Provincetown, MA. He married SUSAN ELIZABETH JOHNSON June 19, 1866 in Provincetown, MA, daughter of JOSEPH JOHNSON. She was born February 10, 1845 in Provincetown, MA, and died June 8, 1893 in Provincetown, MA.

Notes for PARON COOK YOUNG:

Paron was a Postmaster in Provincetown and Master of the King Hiram's Lodge from 1894-1896. He entered the Civil War as a private in Company I, 3'rd Mass. Calvary in 1864. During the Battle of Cedar Creek, VA part of the "Wilderness" fight he was shot through the throat. He received on of the first successful tracheotomies performed during the war.

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Marriage: June 19, 1866, Provincetown, MA

Child of PARON YOUNG and SUSAN JOHNSON is:

86. i. WILLIAM HENRY11 YOUNG, b. January 18, 1871, Provincetown, MA; d. August 20, 1942, Provincetown, MA.

76. MARY ELLA10 GROZIER (BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born June 17, 1852 in North Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died Unknown. She married WILLIAM HORACE LOVELL, son of WILLIAM LOVELL and JANE TOWER. He was born May 13, 1850 in East Weymouth, MA, and died Unknown.

Child of MARY GROZIER and WILLIAM LOVELL is:

i. HELEN ESTELLA11 LOVELL, b. August 24, 1873, East Weymouth, MA; d. January 17, 1949, Jamaica Plain, MA; m. (1) JOHN JAMES SKIDMORE, June 7, 1903; d. October 23, 1907; m. (2) JOHN SHEPARD MAY, July 18, 1911; d. Unknown.

More About HELEN ESTELLA LOVELL:

Residence: 1948, 20 Lochstead Ave., Jamaica Plain, MA - a surburb of Boston.

More About JOHN SKIDMORE and HELEN LOVELL:

Marriage: June 7, 1903

More About JOHN MAY and HELEN LOVELL: Marriage: July 18, 1911

77. IDA BETHIA T.10 GROZIER (BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born January 29, 1855 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died March 27, 1892 in Provincetown, MA buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Eastham, MA. She married WILLIAM H. FORREST. He was born in Mathews, VA, and died Unknown in Buried at Evergreen Cemetery, Eastham, MA.

More About IDA BETHIA T. GROZIER:

Cause of Death: Pericarditis

More About WILLIAM H. FORREST:

Occupation: Mariner

Children of IDA GROZIER and WILLIAM FORREST are:

i. HENRY W.11 FORREST, b. August 23, 1887, Provincetown, MA; d. October 17, 1966, Claremont, NH.

ii. EFFIE W. FORREST, b. July 2, 1884; d. Unknown, Lived in Wilmington, VT; m. FRANK SPARROW; b. October 5, 1883; d. February 1963, Lived in Wilmington, VT.

iii. MERCY E. FORREST, b. March 25, 1882; d. Unknown.

iv. JOHN K. FORREST, b. October 13, 1880; d. Unknown, Stayed on the Cape and was a Mariner..

v. CHARLES T. FORREST, b. October 9, 1878; d. Unknown.

vi. HERBERT L. FORREST, b. October 7, 1889; d. Unknown.

vii. WILLIAM FORREST, b. 1876; d. Unknown.

viii. GEORGE FORREST, b. 1874; d. Unknown.

ix. STILLBORN FORREST, b. March 5, 1892; d. Unknown.

x. LEWIS FORREST, d. Unknown, Lewis lived in Nashua, NH.

78. DANIEL WARREN10 GROZIER (BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier., (2) Family Record.) was born June 1, 1863 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died February 25, 1925 in Foxboro, MA. He married HATTIE ALETHA YOUNG July 5, 1897 in Provincetown, MA, daughter of JOHN YOUNG and MARY HOPKINS. She was born August 20, 1868 in Provincetown, MA, and died December 15, 1939 in Mansfield, MA.

Notes for DANIEL WARREN GROZIER:

Daniel was orphaned at the age of eight and went to sea as a cabin boy. When he retired as a Mariner he went to live in Provincetown with a sister, Mrs. Luther Hatch. After he married Hattie Young, who wanted the family to move from the cape. The made their home in Foxboro. Daniel and Hattie are buried in Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro,MA.

More About DANIEL WARREN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrage

Medical Information: Had Arthritis

More About HATTIE ALETHA YOUNG:

Burial: Unknown, Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

More About DANIEL GROZIER and HATTIE YOUNG:

Marriage: July 5, 1897, Provincetown, MA

Children of DANIEL GROZIER and HATTIE YOUNG are:

87. i. VIOLA ALETHA11 GROZIER, b. March 9, 1898, Provincetown, MA; d. March 7, 1989, Attleboro, MA.

88. ii. INA WARREN GROZIER, b. December 20, 1899, Foxboro, MA; d. January 16, 1993, Southington, CT.

89. iii. JOHN WESLEY GROZIER, b. February 22, 1902, Foxboro, MA; d. March 6, 1984, Cincinnati, OH.

90. iv. LUTHER CLIFTON GROZIER, b. February 28, 1906, Foxborough, MA; d. February 17, 1955, Attleborough, MA.

91. v. DORIS THELMA GROZIER, b. April 10, 1907, Foxboro, MA; d. May 31, 1971, Wallingford, CT.

79. MARY FRANCES10 HOPKINS (RUFUS9, JONATHAN8, CONSTANT7, CONSTANT6, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) Obit., (2) The Advocate, Provincetown, MA, Newspaper, Thursday, January 25, 1912.) was born October 1, 1839 in Provincetown, MA, and died January 22, 1912 in Provincetown, MA. She married JOHN WESLEY YOUNG November 21, 1858 in Provincetown, MA- the Rev. William Hooper officiating., son of ELISHA YOUNG and BETSY SPARKS. He was born January 20, 1836 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 2, 1894 in Provincetown, MA.

More About MARY FRANCES HOPKINS:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

Notes for JOHN WESLEY YOUNG:

John W. Young, like many of the sons of Provincetown, followed the sea from an early age. He made two voyages in the ships around the world when very young and in following years engaged in whaling and codfishing.

When the Peaked Hill Bar station was finished and David H Atkins was appointed keeper, Mr. Young was one of the crew that took possion of the little brown house. He served two yrars under Kepper Atwood. He was then selected to take command of the No. 5 station (Race Point). He was appointed keeper May 31, 1875 and retained command at the station until physical inability caused his resignation. He retired from the duties of the station September 17, 1888. He had served the lifesaving service for 15 years.

He had recieved injuries that proved lasting at the time of the shipwreck of the schooner Oliver Ames bound from Gardiner, ME to Richmond, VA. She ran aground two miles east of Race Point on the morning of December 3, 1882. Captain Young recieved injuries to his knee, the wounds eventually compelled his abandonment of the work as lifesaver. The vessel's crew were saved and the vessel floated later.

After leaving the service he engaged in the grocery business. He was stricken by paralysis two and one-half years before he died and was bed ridden the last eight months of his life.

The funeral services were at the Church of the Redeemer, the Rev. Hal G. Dunham officiating.

More About JOHN WESLEY YOUNG:

#1: Spoons belonging to Hattie and John had the initials engraved J W C Y.

Burial: Unknown, Sunday, August 5th in Provincetown Cemetery, Lot 2035

Occupation: Was a lifesaver at the Race Point Lite, at the tip of Cape Cod. A fore-runner of the Coast Guard.

More About JOHN YOUNG and MARY HOPKINS:

Marriage: November 21, 1858, Provincetown, MA- the Rev. William Hooper officiating.

Children are listed above under (74) John Wesley Young.

80. JOHN PAINE10 GROZIER (JOHN9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) Provincetown Advocate Newspaper., (2) "History of Truro" by Shebna Rich., (3) Family Record of Lillian Grozier.) was born December 19, 1841 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died May 3, 1900 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. He married BETSY SNOW RICH May 5, 1861 in Truro, MA, daughter of MICHAEL RICH and BETSY SNOW. She was born February 18, 1843, and died March 25, 1925 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

Notes for JOHN PAINE GROZIER:

The "Square" in N. Truro, MA is named in his honor as a Veteran of the Civil War. Enlisted in the 43rd Mass Reg., as nine months men and served in NC. On the way home when General Lee's army made its famous raid into PA, preceding the Battle of Gettysburg. The 43rd was sent to the defence of Washington.

More About JOHN PAINE GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 49

More About BETSY SNOW RICH:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 49

More About JOHN GROZIER and BETSY RICH:

Marriage: May 5, 1861, Truro, MA

Children of JOHN GROZIER and BETSY RICH are:

92. i. JOHN FRANKLIN11 GROZIER, b. July 30, 1864, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. December 30, 1955, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

93. ii. ZERUIAH (ZERRIE) FRANCES GROZIER, b. December 11, 1870; d. February 22, 1897.

94. iii. ANN DAVIS GROZIER, b. 1874; d. 1951, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

iv. BESSIE L. GROZIER, b. September 29, 1866; d. 1922; m. CALEB L. EASTMAN; d. Unknown.

v. ELISHA PAINE GROZIER, b. May 4, 1876; d. July 15, 1909, Truro, Barnstable, MA; m. EDITH NEWCOMB; b. December 16, 1879; d. Unknown, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About ELISHA PAINE GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 49

More About EDITH NEWCOMB:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 49

vi. JOSEPHINE GROZIER, b. 1878; d. 1952; m. SMITH NICKERSON; d. Unknown.

81. ADELLA PERRY10 GROZIER (JOSHUA FREEMAN9, WILLIAM8, JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born March 2, 1858 in On board the "Western Empire", LA, and died February 17, 1916 in San Francisco, CA. She married GARDNER GOVE TRASK May 21, 1875 in New Orleans, LA. He was born October 24, 1843 in Edgecomb, ME, and died February 13, 1926 in San Francisco, CA.

More About GARDNER GOVE TRASK:

Occupation: Shipmaster of the clipper ship Bohemina in the China trade, Pacific Mail Steamship Company for 30 years.

More About GARDNER TRASK and ADELLA GROZIER:

Marriage: May 21, 1875, New Orleans, LA

Children of ADELLA GROZIER and GARDNER TRASK are:

i. GRACE AGNUS11 TRASK, b. 1880, On board the "Northampton".; d. Unknown.

ii. MABLE ADELE TRASK, b. September 12, 1876, Coast of Chile, on board the "Bohemia"; d. October 27, 1966, San Francisco, CA.

82. EDWIN ATKINS10 GROZIER (JOSHUA FREEMAN9, WILLIAM8, JOSHUA FREEMAN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born September 12, 1859 in San Francisco Bay, CA on board a clipper ship., and died May 9, 1924. He married ALICE G. GOODELL November 26, 1885. She died Unknown.

Notes for EDWIN ATKINS GROZIER:

He was Editor and Publisher of the Boston Post. He owned a home in Provincetown, now on the Historic Walk Tour.

More About EDWIN ATKINS GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Provincetown, MA

More About EDWIN GROZIER and ALICE GOODELL:

Marriage: November 26, 1885

Children of EDWIN GROZIER and ALICE GOODELL are:

i. HELEN11 GROZIER, d. Unknown; m. FARLEY; d. Unknown.

ii. RICHARD GROZIER, d. Unknown.

Generation No. 10

83. HATTIE ALETHA11 YOUNG (JOHN WESLEY10, ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born August 20, 1868 in Provincetown, MA, and died December 15, 1939 in Mansfield, MA. She married DANIEL WARREN GROZIER (Source: (1) Family Bible of Barnabas H. Grozier owned by John David Grozier., (2) Family Record.) July 5, 1897 in Provincetown, MA, son of BARNABAS GROZIER and EUNICE WELCH. He was born June 1, 1863 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died February 25, 1925 in Foxboro, MA.

More About HATTIE ALETHA YOUNG:

Burial: Unknown, Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

Notes for DANIEL WARREN GROZIER:

Daniel was orphaned at the age of eight and went to sea as a cabin boy. When he retired as a Mariner he went to live in Provincetown with a sister, Mrs. Luther Hatch. After he married Hattie Young, who wanted the family to move from the cape. The made their home in Foxboro. Daniel and Hattie are buried in Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro,MA.

More About DANIEL WARREN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

Cause of Death: Cerebral Hemorrage

Medical Information: Had Arthritis

More About DANIEL GROZIER and HATTIE YOUNG:

Marriage: July 5, 1897, Provincetown, MA

Children are listed above under (78) Daniel Warren Grozier.

84. LIZZIE F.11 YOUNG (JOHN WESLEY10, ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born June 24, 1872 in Provincetown, MA, and died May 2, 1906 in Provincetown, MA. She married JOSEPH A. MAYO December 30, 1901 in Provincetown, MA. He died Unknown.

More About JOSEPH MAYO and LIZZIE YOUNG:

Marriage: December 30, 1901, Provincetown, MA

Child of LIZZIE YOUNG and JOSEPH MAYO is:

i. MARY F.12 MAYO, b. 1902; d. Unknown, In infancy..

85. JULIA A.11 YOUNG (JOHN WESLEY10, ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born January 8, 1881, and died Unknown. She married (1) ARTHUR LEWIS. He died Unknown. She married (2) FRANCIS E. PERRY November 10, 1902. He died Unknown. She married (3) TILDEN A. SNOW November 21, 1911. He died Unknown.

More About FRANCIS PERRY and JULIA YOUNG:

Marriage: November 10, 1902

More About TILDEN SNOW and JULIA YOUNG:

Marriage: November 21, 1911

Child of JULIA YOUNG and FRANCIS PERRY is:

i. JOHN F.12 PERRY, b. July 8, 1904; d. Unknown; m. ETHEL M. DUNKLEY, Private; b. Private.

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86. WILLIAM HENRY11 YOUNG (PARON COOK10, ELISHA9, HANNAH8 COOK, PARON COWELL7, SOLOMON6, SOLOMON5, JOSIAH4, DEBORAH3 HOPKINS, GILES2, STEPHEN1) was born January 18, 1871 in Provincetown, MA, and died August 20, 1942 in Provincetown, MA. He married ANNA MORSE HUGHES June 13, 1894 in Provincetown, MA. She was born January 4, 1872 in Provincetown, MA, and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY YOUNG:

Will Young was President and a member of the Board of Directors of the Seamen's Savings Bank for 50 years and founded the William H. Young Insurance Company in Provincetown in 1901.

More About WILLIAM HENRY YOUNG:

Occupation: Banking

More About WILLIAM YOUNG and ANNA HUGHES:

Marriage: June 13, 1894, Provincetown, MA

Children of WILLIAM YOUNG and ANNA HUGHES are:

i. LEWIS ARMSTRONG12 YOUNG, b. February 8, 1896, Provincetown, MA; d. October 15, 1918, France.

ii. ARTHUR JOHNSON YOUNG, b. October 29, 1897, Provincetown, MA; d. June 5, 1919, Provincetown, MA.

iii. JOSEPHINE YOUNG, b. Private; m. MCKENNA

 

 

87. VIOLA ALETHA11 GROZIER (DANIEL WARREN10, BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born March 9, 1898 in Provincetown, MA, and died March 7, 1989 in Attleboro, MA. She married DAMEN HODGES 1933 in Foxboro, MA. He was born 1906, and died 1938 in Mass..

More About VIOLA ALETHA GROZIER:

Burial: Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

More About DAMEN HODGES:

Burial: Rock Hill Cemetery, Foxboro, MA

More About DAMEN HODGES and VIOLA GROZIER:

Marriage: 1933, Foxboro, MA

Child of VIOLA GROZIER and DAMEN HODGES is:

95. i. RONALD12 HODGES, b. Private.

88. INA WARREN11 GROZIER (DANIEL WARREN10, BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born December 20, 1899 in Foxboro, MA, and died January 16, 1993 in Southington, CT. She married BURNELL M. FOWLER August 15, 1923. He died Unknown.

More About BURNELL FOWLER and INA GROZIER:

Marriage: August 15, 1923

Children of INA GROZIER and BURNELL FOWLER are:

96. i. DORIS C.12 FOWLER

ii. ROY E. (BUD) FOWLER, m. YVETTE d. 2000, Fall.

89. JOHN WESLEY11 GROZIER (DANIEL WARREN10, BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 22, 1902 in Foxboro, MA, and died March 6, 1984 in Cincinnati, OH. He married LILLIAN CATHERINE SCHUTT, daughter of JOHN SCHUTT and AMELIA SCHROTH.

Notes for JOHN WESLEY GROZIER:

John lived on Carpenter St. in Foxboro and graduated from Foxboro High School. He graduated from Northeastern University in Boston, MA in 1923. Activities listed in his college yearbook are: Spring Carnival (2); Round-Up (3); Junior Show (3); Senate (4). John's major was Electrical Engineering.

He retired in 1967 after 41 years as an employee of the General Engineering Department of the Cincinnati Gas & Electric Co. where he was assistant mechanical engineer.

He was a member of the Engineering Society of Cincinnati, and the Retired Engineers of Cincinnati and the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, Green Township.

He died at Providence Hospital, Monfort Heights in Cincinnati, OH emergency room of Acute Myocardial infraction. Contributing was an accidental fall and a fracture of right femur. This happened when he was standing on a kitchen step-stool watering a plant.

More About JOHN WESLEY GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Spring Grove Cemetery, Section 111, Lot 21

Confirmation: Received into membership October 1927, Walnut Hills Lutheran Church

Children of JOHN GROZIER and LILLIAN SCHUTT are:

97. i. JOHN DAVID12 GROZIER

98. ii. JANE ELLEN GROZIER

90. LUTHER CLIFTON11 GROZIER (DANIEL WARREN10, BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born February 28, 1906 in Foxborough, MA, and died February 17, 1955 in Attleborough, MA. He married DOROTHY MAY DOOLITTLE May 8, 1932 in Carver, MA, daughter of LEROY DOOLITTLE and MARY SEIBER. She was born May 2, 1908 in New York, NY, and died November 9, 1997 in Mass..

More About LUTHER GROZIER and DOROTHY DOOLITTLE:

Marriage: May 8, 1932, Carver, MA

Children of LUTHER GROZIER and DOROTHY DOOLITTLE are:

99. i. JOAN LOU12 GROZIER

100. ii. JOHN LYMAN GROZIER

91. DORIS THELMA11 GROZIER (DANIEL WARREN10, BARNABAS HOPKINS9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born April 10, 1907 in Foxboro, MA, and died May 31, 1971 in Wallingford, CT. She married RAYMOND WELTON November 19, 1924 in Bristol, MA. He was born October 4, 1897 in CT, and died November 15, 1990 in Tucson, AZ.

More About RAYMOND WELTON and DORIS GROZIER:

Marriage: November 19, 1924, Bristol, MA

Children of DORIS GROZIER and RAYMOND WELTON are:

i. DORIS12 WELTON, d. Unknown, In infancy..

ii. LELAND L. WELTON, b. August 16, 1925, CT; d. December 31, 1987, East Hartford, CT; m. ANNETTE

iii. IRENE WELTON m. JOHN EDMAN

iv. GEORGE R. WELTON, b. March 6, 1930; d. December 1930.

v. JOHN WELTON, b. March 6, 1930- d. Infancy

vi. ROBERT G. WELTON

vii. ARTHUR E. WELTON

viii. JACK WELTON

ix. LINDA WELTON

92. JOHN FRANKLIN11 GROZIER (JOHN PAINE10, JOHN9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) (Source: (1) "History of Truro" by Shebna Rich., (2) Family Record of Lillian Grozier.) was born July 30, 1864 in Truro, Barnstable, MA, and died December 30, 1955 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. He married SARAH E. COOPER. She was born June 30, 1869 in Scarboro, ME, and died April 16, 1940 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

Notes for JOHN FRANKLIN GROZIER:

A well liked towns man of Truro, a member of the road department for many years and helped in the original construction of what is known as Rt. #6A, Beach Point.

In his earlier years he lived and worked in Boston as a Teamster.

More About JOHN FRANKLIN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 130

More About SARAH E. COOPER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 130

Children of JOHN GROZIER and SARAH COOPER are:

101. i. MAUD LINWOOD12 GROZIER, b. September 25, 1888; d. Unknown.

ii. EDGAR SNOW GROZIER, b. October 13, 1891; d. December 9, 1917, Norfolk, VA.

More About EDGAR SNOW GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 130, Truro, MA

Military service: MASS Machinist's Mate US Navy WW 1

iii. HERBERT FRANKLIN GROZIER, b. May 1, 1895; d. February 18, 1925.

More About HERBERT FRANKLIN GROZIER:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 130, Truro, MA

Military service: MASS Pharmacist's Mate 1CL US Navy WW 1

iv. LEROY ATKINS GROZIER, b. October 17, 1896; d. January 16, 1961, Truro, Barnstable, MA; m. LAURA G.; b. 1890; d. 1972, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

More About LEROY ATKINS GROZIER:

Burial: Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 75

Military service: Mass AS USNRF WW 1

More About LAURA G.:

Burial: Unknown, Old North Cemetery on Rte. 6A Lot 75

v. CORDELIA COOPER GROZIER, b. February 2, 1899; d. 1899, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

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vi. ADA CLIFTON GROZIER, b. January 29, 1900; d. November 5, 1921, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

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vii. EDWARD OSBORN GROZIER, b. November 4, 1901; d. November 12, 1901, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

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viii. JOHN PAINE GROZIER, b. April 17, 1903; d. 1962.

102. ix. WILLIAM LESLIE GROZIER, b. December 20, 1904, Truro, Barnstable, MA; d. August 31, 1992, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

x. EMELINE COOPER GROZIER, b. January 23, 1909; d. August 24, 1932; m. ARTHUR F. CAHOON

xi. HENRY UPTON GROZIER, b. October 11, 1912; d. February 13, 1940, Truro, Barnstable, MA.

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xii. MARGIE BAKER GROZIER, b. February 3, 1915; d. February 4, 1915.

93. ZERUIAH (ZERRIE) FRANCES11 GROZIER (JOHN PAINE10, JOHN9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born December 11, 1870, and died February 22, 1897. She married JAMES D. PAINE, son of SAMUEL PAINE and JOANNA. He died September 3, 1899.

Children of ZERUIAH GROZIER and JAMES PAINE are:

i. JAMES D.12 PAINE, b. 1896; d. February 21, 1896.

ii. HARRISON GROZIER PAINE, b. February 8, 1898

94. ANN DAVIS11 GROZIER (JOHN PAINE10, JOHN9, JOHN8, JOHN7, MERCY6 HOPKINS, CALEB5, CALEB4, GILES3, STEPHEN2, STEPHEN1) was born 1874, and died 1951 in Truro, Barnstable, MA. She married DAVID E. PIERCE, son of DAVID PIERCE and MARY MYRICK. He was born 1868, and died June 2, 1926 in Truro, Barnstable, MA.

Children of ANN GROZIER and DAVID PIERCE are:

i. ANNA EDSON12 PIERCE, b. December 31, 1895

ii. ZERRIE LINWOOD PIERCE, b. April 28, 1898

iii. OSCAR GROZIER PIERCE, b. September 25, 1899