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Stephen Hopkins, Mayflower passenger 1620. The only Mayflower passenger who had previously been to the New World, including surviving a shipwreck in Bermuda and working from 1610–14 in Jamestown. William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" is believed to be based upon his Bermuda shipwreck incident. The first formal meeting with the Indians was held at Hopkins’ house and he was called upon to participate in early Pilgrim visits with the Indian leader Massasoit. Generation 13 on family tree.

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Map of settlers plots of land at Plimouth Colony---Richard "Mayflower Compact" Warren - View media -

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The Mayflower Compact signed by my ancestors John Alden, Francis Cooke, Stephen Hopkins, William Mullins, and Richard Warren.

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Stephen Hopkins, who was one of the most interesting of the Mayflower passengers because he not only participated in the founding of Plymouth, but prior to that he had been shipwrecked in Bermuda, and lived in early Jamestown Colony, Virginia.

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The Mayflower. 4 of my ancestors came over on the Mayflower!! [Some of mine did, too; & 1 was born on the ship; in the harbor... BK Thigpen]

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What was Thanksgiving Day really like in history?

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An article about future Mayflower Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins being shipwrecked in Bermuda in 1609, published in the Boston Herald newspaper (Boston, Massachusetts), 16 June 1957. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “New Discovery about Mayflower Pilgrim Stephen Hopkins.”

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STEPHEN HOPKINS (1581 – 1644) Jamestown Colonist and Pilgrim on the Mayflower Historical short biography of Stephen Hopkins

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