(Abt, 1600 - Abt, 1642)
ResidenceIt is unkn. whence he came, when he d. or what w. or ch. he had
Civilordered that Mr. William Hopkins of Cuphege be a Commissloner to joyne with Mr. Ludlow In all Executions in their perticular Courte or otherwise, and is now sworne to that purpose
And ordered that Mr. Roger Ludlow, Mr. Hopkins and Mr. Adam Blakeman shall survey and divyde and sett out the bounds betwixt the Plantations of Cupheag and Uncoway
CivilHe was magistrate at Stratford in 1641 or 42 and Governors Assistant the same year
1. AmericanAncestors.org. New England marriages to 1700 database, Boston, NEHGS, 2008., Volume 2 page 788.
2. Seversmith, Herbert Furman, Colonial families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut Washington, D.C; 1939, Page 1387.
3. Seversmith, Herbert Furman, Colonial families of Long Island, New York and Connecticut Washington, D.C; 1939, Page 1387.