Person:Constance Hopkins (1)

     
Constance Hopkins
m. bef 1604
  1. Elizabeth Hopkins1604 - BEF 1632
  2. Constance Hopkins1606 - 1677
  3. Giles Hopkins1607/8 - 1689
  • HNicholas Snow1599/00 - 1676
  • WConstance Hopkins1606 - 1677
m. Bef 22 May 1627
  1. Mark Snow1628 - Bef 1694
  2. Mary Snow1630 - 1704
  3. Sarah Snowabout 1632 - after 1697
  4. Lt. Joseph Snow1634 - 1722
  5. Stephen Snow1636 - 1705
  6. John Snow1638 - BEF 1692
  7. Elizabeth Snowabout 1640 - 1678
  8. Jabez Snowabt 1642 - 1690
  9. Ruth SnowABT 1644 - 1716/17
  10. Constance Snow1646 - 1677
Facts and Events
Name Constance Hopkins
Alt Name[2] Constant Hopkins
Gender Female
Christening[1] 11 May 1606 Hursley, Hampshire, England
Marriage Bef 22 May 1627 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusettsto Nicholas Snow
Death[1] mid-Oct 1677 Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Alt Death? 25 Nov 1677 Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Ancestral File Number 46RG-ZT
Burial[6] Cove Cemetery, Eastham, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States


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Constance Hopkins (baptized May 11, 1606 – October 1677), also sometimes listed as Constanta. She was probably born in Hursley, Hampshire, England. Constance was the second daughter of Stephen Hopkins, by his first wife, Mary. Some believe she was named in honor of Constance (Marline) Hopkins. Constance, at the age of fourteen, along with her father and his second wife Elizabeth (Fisher), accompanied by brother Giles, half-sister Damaris as well as two servants by the name of Edward Doty and Edward Lester were passengers on the Mayflower on its journey to the New World in 1620. Along the way her half-brother Oceanus was born, the only child born on the Mayflower journey. Her headstone marker, placed in 1966 by descendants, states in part “Wife of Nicholas Snow, Eastham’s first town clerk 1646 – 1662”.

Constance married Nicholas, sometime before the Division of Cattle which occurred May 22, 1627. Nicholas came to Plymouth on board the ship Anne in 1623 and was made a freeman at Plymouth in 1633. The inventory of Nicholas Snow's estate made at his death lists a wide variety of cooper's and carpenter's tools; this may indicate his trade. He was town clerk at Eastham and held several other local government offices.

According to Governor William Bradford, who wrote between March 6 and April 3, 1651:

“Constanta is also married, and hath 12 children all of them living, and one of them married”.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Caleb Johnson, personal webpage on Stephen Hopkins [1].

    Citing Caleb Johnson, "The True Origins of Mayflower Passenger Stephen Hopkins," The American Genealogist, 73 (1998):161-171.

  2. General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), 19:10.

    The will of Nicholas Snow of Eastham, drawn 14 Nov. 1676, names only wife Constant and five sons, but mentions "all my children."

  3.   Girls on the Mayflower.
  4.   By William T. Davis. Genealogical Register of Plymouth Families. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. Baltimore 1975), 246.
  5.   Constance Hopkins, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).
  6. Constance Hopkins Snow, in Find A Grave.