Elizabeth Williams was born about 1552. Her death date is unrecorded.
She married John Hopkins as his second wife on 28 July 1579 in Upper Clatford, Hampshire England.
Their son Stephen Hopkins was a passenger on the Mayflower and a settler of Plymouth Colony in New England.
In Winchester, the widow Elizabeth was appointed administrator of his estate (he having died end of August since his inventory was 4 September 1593) on 4 October 1593, with William Hopkins (probably not Stephen's older half-brother since he was born around 1575 and wouldn't be of age) signing the bond.
The 1552 birth date is a hold-over from an erroneous mother (Mary Poole/Poore/Poley) for Stephen copied on so many trees. Elizabeth got married 1579 and it doesn't look like she was married before and there's no way of telling her age (or John's). If she was born in '52 she'd have been 27. That was old for a first marriage back then.
We don't know her birth or death dates or locations or parents. The Morgan Williams and the Elizabeth Breyton in the real world weren't even in the same generation, much less married to each other or parents of the Elizabeth Williams who married John Hopkins. Morgan Williams did have a daughter named Elizabeth who married Robert Whitney. Elizabeth Breyton was the GRANDMOTHER of Morgan's daughter's husband. Research the mother of Sybil Baskerville.
There is no "Duglam, England" that you'll see quite often in copied trees on Ancestry.
↑ 1.01.11.2The American Genealogist. New Haven, CT: D. L. Jacobus, 1937-. (Online database. AmericanAncestors.org. New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009 - .) Ernest Martin Christensen, "The Probable Parentage of Stephen1 Hopkins of the Mayflower" The American Genealogist Vol. 79(2004):241-49. (Link by $ubscription.) Cites Upper Clatford, Parish Register, 1570-1624, Hampshire Record Office, Winchester, Volume/S 11M69/PR1.
1574: "The 28th day of October Was married John Hopkns and Agnis Borrowe"
1579: "John Hopkines to Elizabeth Williames the 28th day of July"