Charles Ferren Hopkins
Charles Ferren Hopkins Sr. (May 16, 1842 – February 14, 1934) was the last surviving Union Civil War soldier in New Jersey that was a recipient of the Medal of Honor. He served as Mayor of Boonton, New Jersey.
He was born on May 16, 1842, in Hope Township, New Jersey to Nathan Hopkins (1811–1889) and Ann Wilson and he had a brother, John Robertson Hopkins (1844–1885). He served as Mayor of Boonton, New Jersey. He had a son, Charles Ferren Hopkins Jr. (1884–1956). He was interred at Greenwood Cemetery, Boonton.
- "Charles F. Hopkins Dies In New Jersey. State's Only Survivor of Civil War. Holding Congressional Medal of Honor. Once Mayor of Boonton. Modestly Declined to Apply for the Medal Until Thirty Years After It Was Awarded". New York Times. February 15, 1934. Retrieved 2011-10-04.
- "C.F. Hopkins, Civic Leader in Boonton". Daily Record (Morristown). November 23, 1956. Retrieved 2011-10-04.