A bronze plaque is attached to a large stone approximately 30" W, 30" H and 10" D. The bottom photo taken a few years ago was supplied by Franklin Smith April 2011.
Constance Hopkins married Nicholas Snow in Plymouth probably before 1628. They had about twelve children. Nicholas Snow died in Eastham in 1676. He most likely is buried in Cove in an unmarked grave. A plaque in Eastham Town Hall memorializing Nicholas Snow reads as follows:
HE WAS BORN IN ENGLAND AND DIED
AT EASTHAM NOVEMBER 16, 1676. ABOUT
1625 HE MARRIED AT PLYMOUTH CONSTANCE
HOPKINS DAUGHTER OF STEPHEN HOPKINS
BOTH OF WHOM CAME ON THE MAYFLOWER
IN 1620. FROM THIS UNION CAME 12 CHILDREN.
HIS HOME WAS AT SKAKET NOW ORLEANS.
TO COMMEMORATE HIS STURDY MANHOOD
WITH THE ASSURANCE OF HIS FAITHFUL
SERVICE TO THE COMPANY OF PIONEERS
WITH WHICH HE WAS ASSOCIATED
THIS MEMORIAL IS ERECTED BY HIS
DESCENDANT IN FIVE LINES
ELBRIDGE GERRY SNOW
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