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Rea Genealogy - pafn25 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Ancestors of Gary Rea

Notes


Illann MacD˙nlainge, King of Leinster

Became King of Leinster in 495.


Thomas Hopkins

(Source: (1) Royce Hokins from Howell County Missouri, Royce Hopkins Papers.,
(2) 1830 Federal Census of Crawford County, Arkansas., (3) Family research of
Darlene Pace.) Lived in Richwood, Missouri.


Lydia Beck

Died Bef. 1847.


James S. Hopkins

Died after 1860.


Joseph B. Hopkins

Died between 1860 and 1865, in the Civil War.


William Hopkins

William and sister Lucy had adjoining land in Adair County, Kentucky. In 1810
William and family moved to Missouri and lived in the house of Captain James
Callaway. Callaway was the son in-law of Daniel Boone.

Reference: Pioneer Families of Missouri, by Lucas, written in 1875.

Land Grant South of Green River 1797-1866

Jane Stone

Acres: 160

Book: 27

Page: 322

Date of Survey: 10-21-1806

County: Adair, Kentucky

Watercourse: Little Barren River

William was not listed in the 1830 census, but his wife was listed in Mongomery
County, Missouri, with her sons living around her.

The Hopkins were of Welsh ancestry and were anciently of the landed gentry of
Cornwall, Wales. The family shield decorated with with ermine suggests that the
ancient family attained distinction in the judiciary.

Reference: Royce Hopkins..1980s

More About WILLIAM HOPKINS:

Fact 1: November 19, 1798, Tax records for Big Creel, Green County, Kentucky.

Fact 2: Owned 107 acres of land in Green County, Kentucky

Fact 4: 1810, To Missouri

Fact 5: 1819, Now Warren County, Missouri


Jane Stone

Died Aft. 1850. Mentioned in her father's will. FTM marriage records of Madison
County, lists Jane as Elizabeth.


Isaac Hopkins

Died before 1870.


Anna Hopkins

Twin to Benjamin. Died young, of measles.


Benjamin Hopkins

Was a twin of Anna. Died young with the measles.


Thomas Hopkins

(Source: (1) Royce Hokins from Howell County Missouri, Royce Hopkins Papers.,
(2) 1830 Federal Census of Crawford County, Arkansas., (3) Family research of
Darlene Pace.) Lived in Richwood, Missouri.


Marsena Mesey (MacE)

Died Bef. 1875.