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Biographical Sketch of William Hopkins

William Hopkins, of South Carolina, removed to Kentucky, where he married Jane Stone, and in 1810 he came to Missouri, and lived for some time in Captain James Callaway’s house. In the spring of 1819 he settled in (now) Warren County. His children were Cyntuia, Isaac, Walker, Polly, Sally, Thomas, Jane, Matilda, Lucy, Anna, Benjamin, John, and Susan. Isaac married Elizabeth Brown. Walker married Nancy Gibson, by whom he had twenty children. He was married a second time to Jane Beck, a daughter of one of the first settlers of Warren County. Thomas married Lydia Beck. Jane married Joseph Hatfield. Matilda married James Stark. Lucy married John Zumwalt. John married Sally Cops. Susan married John Corker. Anna and Benjamin died of measles

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