Ned Hopson Family

Ned Hopson and Naomi Griffin Hopson

[Grand aunt Kate Hopson | Grandparents:  Arthur Hopson, Georgia Crawford Hopson ]


If my mind can conceive it,
And my heart can believe it,
Then, I can achieve it.
Emancipation Proclamation
  Then They Were Free
22  September, 1862
Dream-scaping: The Wheels of the Dream are our individual families connected through birth, marriage, or adoption. Each generation of families is characterized as  a wheel ofhe American Dream. Rolling along the pathway of time, over Wheels now 173 years old.

Cities/towns and states were a family or cluster of families lived are depicted as hubs or Dream Scences. 'The apple never falls far from the tree.'

Before They Were Free: More than 25, 000 thousand politically and socially, albeit,
spiritually free, enslav ed people. From the environs around Cadiz, KY, they dared
to dream their once impossible dream of freedom. Ned Hopson, Lewis Hopson, and
James Hill enlisted July 28 1864 at Paducah, KY.

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