Damaris Hopkins Cooke II was born 22 May 1627 in Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts to Stephen Hopkins (1581-1644) and Elizabeth Fisher (1596-1638) and died 18 November 1669 Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. She married Jacob Cooke (1618-1675) 10 June 1646 in Plymouth Colony, Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Research Notes

Damaris Hopkins II was born in Plymouth Colony about 1627-8 and died in Plymouth between January 1665/6 and 18 November 1669. She married Jacob Cooke after 10 June 1646 and had seven children. Jacob was a son of Mayflower Pilgrim Francis Cooke.

She is not to be confused with her older sister Damaris Hopkins (1618-1627) who sailed on the Mayflower but died young afterwards.





Children


Offspring of Jacob Cooke and Damaris Hopkins (1628-1669)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Elizabeth Cooke (1648-1692) 18 January 1648 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 21 November 1692 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts John Doty (c1640-1701)
Caleb Cooke (1651-1721)
Jacob Cooke (1653-1747)
Mary Cooke (1657-1712)
Martha Cooke (1659-1722) 16 March 1659 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 17 September 1722 Plympton, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Morris Floyd (1643-1682) Morris Floyd (1643-1682) Elkanah Cushman (1651-1727)
Francis Cooke (1663-1746) 5 January 1663 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 18 September 1746 Kingston, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Elizabeth Latham (1665-1730)
Abraham Cooke (1665-1749)
Ruth Cooke (1664-1734) 17 January 1664 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts 10 April 1734 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts Helkiah Tinkham (1655-1731)

Siblings

References

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  • Here Shall I Die Ashore - The Story of Stephen Hopkins: Bermuda Castaway, Jamestown Survivor, and Mayflower Pilgrim by noted genealogist and early American historian Caleb Johnson. A very exhaustive collection of Family History of this famous English colonist and his descendants.
  • Caleb Johnson, The American Genealogist 73:161-171, “The True English Origins of Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower”, July 1998. His first wife was not Constance Dudley, though this erroneous name is given by older references.
  • Hopkins in Plymouth County, Massachusetts
  • Stephen Hopkins - WIkipedia
  • Damaris Hopkins - Disambiguation

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