||Damaris (Hopkins) Cooke was related to a passenger on the Mayflower.|
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Damaris Hopkins was the second daughter named Damaris that was born to Stephen Hopkins and his wife Elizabeth (Fisher) Hopkins. She was born after the 22 May 1627 cattle division and died before November 18, 1669. She was married to Jacob Cooke, son of Mayflower passenger Francis Cooke. Jacob Cooke married first at Plymouth, Damaris Hopkins, after 10 June 1646; he married secondly at Plymouth on 18 November 1669 to Elizabeth (Lettice) Shurtleff, daughter of Thomas Lettice and widow of William Shurtleff.
Editing Note: Do not merge with her older sister, Hopkins-7. These are not duplicates.
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Damaris is 12 degrees from Charles Grey, 15 degrees from Henry Herbert, 21 degrees from William Cobbett, 14 degrees from William Lamb, 23 degrees from James Lush, 20 degrees from David Heath, 16 degrees from Mary Ann Withers, 17 degrees from Robert Blake, 36 degrees from William Dove, 25 degrees from Richard Venfield, 25 degrees from James House and 14 degrees from Karen Stewart on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.