Hopkirk & Alice Campbell
Alfred Hopkirk was born in the first quarter of 1867 in Sunderland.
From the 1881 census we find Alfred living with his parents
In the 2nd quarter of 1889 Alfred Hopkirk married Alice Campbell
From the 1891 census we find this fazmily living in the
Monkwearmouth-Shore Parash of Sunderland. Alfred Hopkirk, age 24, a
Printer of Composition, born Durham Sunderland, Alice, age 23, born in
Papsar, London, and daughter Elizabeth A. , age 1, born in Durham,
On 2 October 1893 Alfred arrives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His
occupation is listed as Composition. He is English, born in Sunderland.
Also on board the ship SS British Prince are wife Alice, age 26, and
daughters Elizabeth A and Margaret A, , an infant. Their final
destination is Pittsburg. The departure port was Liverpool, on 20
From the 1900 USA census we find this family living in Hackensack Ward
3, Bergen County, New Jersey. The marriage year is listed as 1888, and
the immigration uyear is listed as 1892, and years married as 12. The
family is living at 78 Central Avenue. Alfred is listed as born in
March of 1867, Alice born September 1867, Lillie born in January 1890,
and Margaret Jane born in November 1891. All are listed as born in
England. Also in the residence is a boarder, Edgar L. Allen. Both
Alfred and Edgar's occupation is listed as Composition.
In 1914 the Alice and Alfred travelled back to the UK. They returned on
the SS Olympic from Liverpool to New York City. Their address is listed
as 336 Harold Ave, Leonia, New Jersey. The shop departed on 2 August
1914 and arrived on 30 August 1914 in New York.
It looks like they were originally to sail in early October of 1914 on
the ship Celtic, but sailed on the earlier departing Olympic.
In 1935 Alice travelled alone to the UK, on the ship American Merchant
of the American Line, arriving in London on 6 May 19335 and travelling
to 5 Horatio Street, Sunderland. Her occupation is listed as
Home or Family
Updated 14 March 2014