Nelson K. Hopkins
He was the son of General Timothy Soveral Hopkins (b. ca. 1777) and Nancy Ann (Kerr) Hopkins (d. 1848). Hopkins attended Fredonia Academy and Genesee Wesleyan Seminary in preparation for college. He graduated from Union College in 1841, with Phi Beta Kappa honors and became a member of the Kappa Alpha Society there. He married Louise A. Pratt.
In 1865, he was President of the Common Council of Buffalo, New York having been an alderman since 1856. In 1867 he became Collector of Internal Revenue for the 30th District of New York.
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