The name Lawrence & Hopkins was common on the Estate of Coollattin, Wicklow both as tenants and there was a Lawrence who was an Estate Agent for Earl of Fitzwilliam.
Many from this Estate of 95,000 acres, many parish's and townlands went to Upper Canada/Ontario. www.genealogy.nationalarchives.ie
Hutton all Parish Moyne which was also on the estate
2 x Thomas, 2 x William (could be 2/two people or two
1837 a John Farrar, Coolroe and Joseph Farrar Tinahely signed a petition
Laurence, John of Slievroe, Thomas of Slieveroe as well as Harry signed this petition. There are 8 signatures in all.
These at one time were sent to a Hopkins in Canada
Richard Hutton, Moyne, John Hutton of Moyne as well as a Thomas Hutton of Sleacoil signed the petition
The families that stayed in Ireland would be in the 1853
Griffith Valuation of Wicklow www.askaboutireland
If you go to www.bytown.net
you will find some Hopkins
There are some passenger lists for persons who were
helped to emigrate with fares paid by Earl Fitzwilliam
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