Sarah Hopkins was the eldest daughter of William and Katherine Hopkins. She married Thomas Fellows, a tinplate worker of St. Saviour's parish on 31 Jul 1701. Persent at the wedding at The Park meeting in Southwark were relations Wm. Hopkins, Kathn. Hopkins, Mary Ffellows, Edwd. Ffellows, Mary Nind, Benj. Hopkins, Saml. Haro, Sus: Bosely, and Sar: Ffellows. Also present were Wm. Gopsill, Elizth. Alcock, and Mary Wasse.
Wife: Sarah Hopkins Born: 19-Dec-1678 in St. George's Parish, Southwark, Surrey Died: 8-Apr-1742 in St. Saviour's Parish, Southwark, Surrey Buried: 11-Apr-1742 in Southwark, Surrey, England Father: William Hopkins Mother: Katherine ---- Husband: Thomas Fellows Married: 31-Jul-1701 in Southwark, Surrey, England Born: abt 1673 Died: 23-Jan-1744 in St. Saviour's Parish, Southwark, Surrey Buried: 29-Jan-1744 in Friends Burying Ground, Long Lane Father: John Fellows Cloth Worker of Reading, Berkshire Occupation: Tinplate worker 1 William Fellows b. 9-Jul-1702 2 Thomas Fellows b. 8-Aug-1703 d. 2-Oct-1703 3 Thomas Fellows b. 1704 4 Mary Fellows b. 29-Jan-1705 d. 17-Oct-1705 5 Benjamin Fellows b. 11-Jun-1706 d. 30-Jan-1707 6 Unnamed b. 29-Nov-1707 d. 29-Nov-1707 7 Unnamed b. 29-Nov-1707 d. 29-Nov-1707 8 James Fellows b. 26-Aug-1709 d. 19-Feb-1740 9 Thomas Fellows b. 8-Aug-1714 d. 2-Apr-1715
I've found the will of Thomas Fellows, which was proved in the Archdeaconry of Surrey Court on 25 Jan 1744. It contains some interesting information about Thomas, and about the situation in his family at that time. It leaves the residue of his estate to Elizabeth Hopkins, widow, who had lived in his house for several years, and had nursed him in his final illness. A transcription of the will is in this pdf file.