Haddon and Hannah had only one son, Hezekiah, before his untimely death in 1768 at the age of 25. Hannah remarried to Abraham Inskeep, and had seven children by him. Hezekiah was raised by Abraham and Hannah.
Since he died so young, Haddon didn't leave much of a record behind him. He was involved in financial and land dealings, like his father, and was a tax assessor for the township.
Item: I give, devise and bequeath unto my kinsman Haddon Hopkins (one of the children aforesaid) and to his heirs and assigns forever, my house and lot in Haddonfield next adjacent to Isaac Andrews, with all improvements whatsoever on said lot, and also my Plantation called Little Stebbing, purchased of Jonathan Bolton, & Lucy Hubbs, & Robert Montgomery; the quantity One Hundred and Fifty seven Acres more or less, with all improvements thereon; and also the half of Willis' Right of Proprietary (which my Dear Father John Haddon purchased of Thomas Willis) with the Provisions and Remainder of the same. Also, Three Hundred Pounds Money aforesaid towards building, at the age of Twenty-One Years, with the interest from the time of my decease towards building at Old Haddonfield.
..."Haddon Hopkins was a Township Tax Assessor"....
Husband: Haddon Hopkins died at age: 25 Born: 30-Apr-1743 in Haddonfield, Gloucester County, NJ Died: 05-May-1768 in Haddonfield, Gloucester County, NJ Buried in Haddonfield, Gloucester County, NJ Father: Ebenezer Hopkins Mother: Sarah Lord Wife: Hannah Stokes died at age: 68 Married: 21-Nov-1766 in Gloucester County, New Jersey his age: 23 her age: 21 Born: 18-Oct-1745 Died: ??-___-1814 Buried in Haddonfield, Gloucester County, NJ Father: Joshua Stokes Mother: Amy Hinchman M Child 1: Hezekiah Hopkins died at age: 55 Born: 23-Oct-1767 in Haddonfield, Gloucester County, NJ Died: 22-Sep-1823 in Maryville, Ohio