Person:Alice Hopton (1)

Alice Hopton
d.Aft 1695 Wales
m. 20 Jul 1654
  1. Edward Hopton1655 -
  2. Robert Hopton1658 - Bef 1668
  3. Richard Hopton1659 -
  4. Charles Hopton1661 -
  5. Robert Hopton1662 -
  6. Alice HoptonAbt 1663 - Aft 1695
  7. James HoptonAbt 1663 - 1690
  8. Deborah HoptonAbt 1665 -
m. 17 Apr 1683
m. 27 Oct 1695
Facts and Events
Name[1] Alice Hopton
Married Name[2] Alice Jones
Married Name[2] Alice Morgan
Gender Female
Birth[2] Abt 1663 Canon Frome, Herefordshire, England[date est from date of 1st marriage]
Marriage 17 Apr 1683 Canon Frome, Herefordshire, Englandto Nicholas Jones, Esq., of Abergavenny
Marriage 27 Oct 1695 Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, Wales[2nd wife - she is the widow Jones]
to Sir James Morgan, of Llantarnam, 4th Baronet
Death? Aft 1695 Wales
  1. Cokayne, George Edward. Complete baronetage, 1611-1800. (Exeter [England]: W. Pollard, 1900-1906)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Scroggins, William G. Leaves of a Stunted Shrub: a genealogy of the Scrogin-Scroggin-Scroggins family. (Cockeysville, Maryland: Nativa, LLC, 2009)
    Vol 2, p 101.

    ... Alice Hopton Jones was a first cousin of Anne Hopton [1st wife of Sir James Morgan]. Her parents were Sir Edward Hopton of Canon Frome and Deborah Hatton, daughter of Robert Hatton (Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, 1939, p 2974).

    ... Alice Hopton Jones has been described as a Protestant and her marriage to Sir James Morgan probably occurred in the Church of England at Abergavenny, from which register the record was abstracted for inclusion in Catholic records, as was his death record(Catholic Record Society Publications, Volume 7, page 228, 1927):
    - 1695. Oct. 27. mar. Jacobus Morgan* miles et Barrt. & Alicia Jones
    - 1718. Apr. 30. died Sir James Morgan, Baronet.

    * Sir James Morgan, of Llantarnam, 4th and last baronet of this old Catholic family. He was the son of Sir Edward Morgan, of Llantarnam, bar., by his wife Mary, daughter to Sir Francis Englefield, of Woolton Bassett, bart. He married Alice, daughter to Sir Edward Hopton, of Canon Frome, co. Hereford, knt., and widow of Nicholas Jones, of Abergavenny, esq. Sir James was a non-juror in 1715, and died 30 April, 1718 (vide Bradney's Monmouthshire, iii, 231).