HIBBARD was born on October 19, 1800 in Greenbush, Schoharie County, NY.2564 He lived in Canaan, Columbia
County, NY between 1820 and 1860. He died on May 11, 1865 in Tyringham,
Berkshire County, Massachusetts.2624
He was buried after May 11, 1865 in Queechy Methodist Church Cemetery, Canaan,
Columbia County, NY. He was a Teacher. Selet School.
He was Methodist. Parents: Reverend
Billy HIBBARD and Sibyl RUSS.|
Spouse: Betsy WILLIAMS. Asbury HIBBARD and Betsy WILLIAMS were married after 1825. Probaby Massachusetts.
Asenath HIBBARD509 was born about 1770. Asenath HIBBARD died. Parents: Eleazer HIBBARD Sr. and Hannah FARNUM.
Baxter HIBBARD was born about 1807. He died. Parents: Major John HIBBARD Sr. and Margaret.
Belle HIBBARD was born on February 12, 1895 in Little Black, WI.1490 She died. Parents: Edward F. HIBBARD and May URES.
Benjamin F. HIBBARD was born about 1810. He died. Parents: Major John HIBBARD Sr. and Margaret.
Bennet Heaton HIBBARD Sr. was born on May 14, 1854.557 He died after 1901. Parents: Bennet Hopkins HIBBARD and Laura GUERNSEY.
Bennet Hopkins HIBBARD was born on April 6, 1810 in Watertown, CT.2625 He lived in Northfield, CT before 1876. He died on January 14, 1876 in New Britain, CT.2625 Parents: David HIBBARD and Jane LYMAN.
Spouse: Laura GUERNSEY. Bennet Hopkins HIBBARD and Laura GUERNSEY were married on January 29, 1835.2441 Children were: Ralph Guernsey HIBBARD, Frances A. HIBBARD, Wallace Bennet HIBBARD, Bennet Heaton HIBBARD Sr..
Bennett HIBBARD Jr. was born on October 28, 1898.557 He died after 1901. Parents: Bennet Heaton HIBBARD Sr. and Rosella TUCKER.
Bernard Thomas HIBBARD Sr.2626 was born about 1870. He died. Parents: Frank HIBBARD and (Hibbard).
Bernard Thomas HIBBARD II2627 was born about 1900. He died. Parents: Bernard Thomas HIBBARD Sr. and (Hibbard).
Spouse: (Hibbard). Bernard Thomas HIBBARD II and (Hibbard) were married about 1925. Children were: Living.
Reverend Billy HIBBARD was born on February 24, 1771 in Norwich, Connecticut Colony.1699,2628 He was christened on February 24, 1771 in Norwich, Connecticut Colony. Baptized by his parents. He lived in Canaan, Columbia County, NY between 1814 and 1844. Had a farm in Canaan for over thirty years until his death in 1844. He served in the military on September 14, 1814. Private, War of 1812. Chamberlin's Regiment, Massachusetts Militia. He died on August 17, 1844 in Canaan, Columbia County, NY.2629 He was buried after August 17, 1844 in Queechy Methodist Church Cemetery, Canaan, Columbia County, NY.2630 He was a Minister.2631 Had circuits in Dutchess, Rensselaer, and Columbia Counties, New York; and Pittsfield, Massachusetts. He was a traveling Evangelist. Congregants knew that he was always on call. His first sermon was January 1, 1797, on the flat in the Tavern kept by Mr. Haskell. (History of Berkshire County: Vol. 11, p.94) Was a pastor in 1818 of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Hudson. It was a small frame building capable of seating 200 and stood at the southeast corner of Second Cross St. This became Third and Diamond. It was part of the Chatham circuit. Then Hillsdale Methodist Church founded 1807. He was listed as a circuit preacher between the years of 1821 and 1831. When he died at age 73 he was one of the best known and most beloved men in Columbia County and there was universal mourning for "the traveling preacher." ("Tales of Old Columbia" by Eileen Thomas) He also sold patient medicines (Hibbard's celebrated pills), salve, and books that he sold were carried on his circuit of teaching the gospel of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He was Methodist-Episcopal. Mentioned in the following books: "The Memoirs of B. Hibbard," an autobiography; "Memoirs of The Life and Travels of B. Hibbard;" "Experience of Religion," New York, printed for and published by J.C.Totten. Parents: Reverend Nathan HERBERT Jr. and Mehitable CROSBY.
Spouse: Sibyl RUSS. Reverend Billy HIBBARD and Sibyl RUSS were married on January 10, 1791 in Peru, Berkshire County, MA.2628 Children were: John HIBBARD, Dr. William H. HIBBARD, Reverend Wesley HIBBARD, Asbury HIBBARD, Dr. Rufus Fuller HIBBARD, Timothy R. HIBBARD, David R. HIBBARD M.D., Freeborn Garretson HIBBARD D.D., Harriet D. HIBBARD.
Billy HIBBARD was born about 1858. He died. Parents: James HIBBARD and Caroline MEAD.
Billy Brown HIBBARD Ph.D. was born about 1905. He died. Parents: Rufus Percival HIBBARD and Dorothea VON WALTHAUSEN.
Bushnell HIBBARD was born on April 18, 1787 in Dummerston, VT.215 He lived in Pomfret, CT in 1810. He died on April 18, 1881.215 He lived in Buel, Canajoharie, NY. Parents: Dann HERBERT Sr. and Anna RIPLEY.
Capitola A. HIBBARD was born on September 7, 1860.296 She died after 1901. Parents: Samuel Richardson HIBBARD and Delima TAVIEN.
Caroline HIBBARD was born on June 24, 1804.2441 She died. Parents: David HIBBARD and Jane LYMAN.
Caroline I. HIBBARD was born on October 13, 1839.215 She died on October 14, 1840.215 Parents: James HIBBARD and Caroline MEAD.
Carrie HIBBARD was born on July 28, 1844 in Marengo, McHenry County, IL.215 She died. Parents: Enoch HIBBARD and Sally STONE.
Spouse: Van H. POOR.
Catherine HIBBARD215 was born about 1836. She died. Parents: Nathan P. HIBBARD IV and (Hibbard).
Catherine Cornelia HIBBARD was born in 1827.215 She died in 1902 in Canaan, Columbia County, NY. She was buried in 1902 in Queechy Methodist Church Cemetery, Canaan, Columbia County, NY.2615 Parents: Reverend Wesley HIBBARD and Abby H. MARKS.
Catherine J. HIBBARD was born in 1835 in New York.215 She lived in Kings County, NY in 1880. She died. Parents: Dr. Rufus Fuller HIBBARD and Clementine Mitchell BARTLETT.
Charles HIBBARD was born about 1814. He died. He lived in Buel, Canajoharie, NY.215 Parents: Bushnell HIBBARD and Polly WHITE.
Charles Boardman HIBBARD was born on January 6, 1856 in Pompey, Onondaga County, NY.215 He lived in Manilius, Onondaga County, NY about 1860. He lived in Syracuse, NY about 1870. He lived in Grand Rapids, MI before 1879. He died. He was a Machinist and Inventor. Parents: James HIBBARD and Caroline MEAD.
Charles Carroll HIBBARD was born on June 14, 1845.568 He died after 1901. Parents: Joseph HIBBARD Jr. and (Hibbard).
Charles Dunn HIBBARD was born on July 31, 1836 in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Berthier, Québec, Lower Canada.2633,2634 In 1868 he was a Farmer in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Berthier, Québec, Lower Canada. He lived in Wisconsin in 1880. He died between 1900 and 1910. He lived in Deluth, MN in 1900. Parents: John HEBBARD Sr. and Mary ARMSTRONG.
Spouse: Mary Sophronia PAGE. Charles Dunn HIBBARD and Mary Sophronia PAGE were married on January 11, 1868 in St. James' Church, St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Quebec, Lower Canada.2635 Children were: Lilly Alice Sophronia HIBBARD, Violet Amy Cynthia HIBBARD.
Charles E. HIBBARD was born on October 28, 1848 in Marengo, McHenry County, IL.215 He died on January 4, 1850 in Marengo, McHenry County, IL.215 He was buried in Marengo, McHenry County, IL. Parents: Charles Henry HIBBARD Sr. and Jane Marie OSBORN.
Charles Edmund HIBBARD1491 was born about 1840. He died. Parents: Isaac Lovejoy HIBBARD Jr. and (Hibbard).
Charles F. HIBBARD Sr.2636 was born about 1862. He died. Parents: William B. HIBBARD and (Hibbard).
Charles F. HIBBARD Jr.2637 was born about 1891. He died. Parents: Charles F. HIBBARD Sr. and (Hibbard).
Charles F.L. HIBBARD was born in 1824 in Champlain, NY.215 He died. Parents: Thomas HIBBARD and Amelia FASSETT.
Charles Henry HIBBARD Sr. was born on April 2, 1816 in Rochester, Monroe County, NY.2638 He died on November 14, 1872 in Lawson, Ray County, MO.1972 Died of smallpox. He was buried in Lawson, Ray County, MO. He was a Storekeeper and Nurseryman. He lived in Marengo, McHenry County, IL. Among the early settlers. Neglect leaves its mark on historic house Underground Railroad Marengo site crumbles; Carolyn Starks Chicago Tribune Staff Writer November 29, 1999: "For 20 years, neighbors have taken turns mowing the grass at 413 W. Grant Highway in Marengo. But it has proved useless in halting the demise of the Charles H. Hibbard house. Once a safe haven for runaway slaves before the Civil War, according to historians, the 19th Century house in far southwest McHenry County is being demolished not by the swift swing of a wrecking ball, but by neglect. "The owner just walked away and even left food in the cabinets," said Nancy Fike, executive director of the McHenry County Historical Society. "It's a classic case of demolition by neglect."" "The Hibbard House rose to glory in 1979 when historians, noting its intricate architecture and historic past, placed it on the National Register of Historic Places. It began its untimely downfall one year later when the owner, a widow from Marengo, died." "Mary Muzzy had bequeathed the family's beloved house to her oldest daughter, Mary S. Muzzy Neal, an attorney in California. Neal came to town to tend to matters of her mother's will in 1980 but soon returned to California. When she left, the house remained full of vintage photographs, antiques and memories. But it has sat abandoned ever since." "Hundreds of people -- some strangers who were just driving by -- have begged to buy and restore the house. Many have sent Neal photographs noting its condition. "We get about 30 to 40 people every summer asking about it. We just send them downtown to City Hall," said a neighbor who wanted to remain anonymous. But Neal has refused to sell or do any maintenance work on the house, except for hiring a handyman to board up the windows after thieves broke in, city officials said. Neal, 67, who was contacted at her North Hollywood home for this story, would not comment." "Today, the Hibbard House looks more haunted than historic. Situated in a tidy neighborhood, its formerly white paint is now a dirty gray. Its spectacular pillars are crumbling and caving in. The windows, some still adorned with sheer curtains, are broken or boarded up. Ann Swallow, a coordinator for the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency in Springfield, said she knows of only a handful of historic homes in Illinois that have been left abandoned for decades. But the homeowners were typically relieved when someone took an interest in buying and restoring them." "The current market value on the Hibbard House is $123,300, according to the McHenry County Assessor's office. "So she's been paying taxes on this all these years but she's not willing to sell or fix it up?" asked Swallow, whose agency helped put the home on the national register. "I don't understand it." City officials have no power to force Neal to repair the house unless it becomes a safety hazard. There is no city ordinance that prohibits someone from abandoning a house as long as the taxes are paid. And Neal has no obligation to maintain the house because of its historic designation, unless federal funds were being used on the house, Swallow said. If city officials condemn the house, they could sell it or restore it. But Swallow said many municipalities won't go that far because it's a tedious and complex process. "It's hard. It's extra work on their part," Swallow said. "It's asking them to take on a responsibility that cities feel may not be appropriate for them to do." Indeed, Marengo Mayor Rebecca Johnson said a lack of funding is one reason the city isn't taking a stronger role to save the house. "We don't know what we would do with the property," she said. "The woman owns it and pays taxes on it. And it's not in a dangerous condition yet." About 10 years ago, the Marengo Park District formed a committee and implored Neal to restore the home -- it even discussed seeking condemnation -- but that action fizzled. "We tried back then but we didn't have any cooperation from the owner," said Bruce Swonguer, who was a member of the committee. "We were thinking of a bed and breakfast, anything just so it wouldn't sit empty. She never answered letters, so we never got any headway with it."" Parents: Enoch HIBBARD and Sally STONE.
Spouse: Jane Marie OSBORN. Charles Henry HIBBARD Sr. and Jane Marie OSBORN were married on October 5, 1843.2639 Children were: James M. HIBBARD, Charles E. HIBBARD, Mary Lizzie HIBBARD, Emma Victoria HIBBARD, Charles Henry HIBBARD Jr.
Charles Henry HIBBARD Jr was born on July 9, 1856 in Marengo, McHenry County, IL.215 He died in November 1903.215 Parents: Charles Henry HIBBARD Sr. and Jane Marie OSBORN.
Charles L. HIBBARD was born on March 9, 1856.296 He died on May 15, 1857.296 Parents: John William HIBBARD Jr. and Lucie Ann CLEMENT.
Charles Lovejoy HIBBARD was born on July 18, 1871 in Iowa City, IA.1491 Before 1900 he was a Lawyer. In 1900 he was an Associate Justice. District Court of Central Berkshire. He lived in Pittsfield, MA in 1901. He died after 1901. Parents: Charles Edmund HIBBARD and (Hibbard).
Clarence Orlando HIBBARD was born on October 22, 1901 in Fitchville, OH.2640 In 1930 he was a Refrigerator Salesman. He lived in East Cleveland, OH in 1930. He died on February 23, 1961 in St. Lucie, FL.2641 Parents: Oramel Ernest HIBBARD and Vesta Pearl HICKEY.
Clarence Worden HIBBARD was born on November 26, 1866.2621 He died on January 27, 1895.2621 He was buried in Fitchville Cemetary, Fitchville, Huron County, OH. Parents: Andrew Clark HIBBARD and Sarah Augusta PALMER.
Clarinda HIBBARD was born in 1877.2473 She died. Parents: Enos Southwick HIBBARD and Harriet J. HALL.
Spouse: Charles MEYERS. Charles MEYERS and Clarinda HIBBARD were married about 1900.
Corintha HIBBARD was born about 1822 in Onondaga, NY.215 She died before 1850. Corintha was very young when she died, she got permission from her father to get married, just before he died. She died before 1850. I'm guessing that she was born in the 1820's. All the above information from: Justin L. Dingman (July 2003); 3719 North Hudson Street; Tacoma, Washington; 98407-4121; jld4321@@juno.com. Parents: Horace Bonaparte HIBBARD and Annis Sufrona TUCKER.
Cornelia G. HIBBARD was born in 1826.215 She died. Died young. Parents: Dr. William H. HIBBARD and Maria SHONNARD.
Cyprian HIBBARD was born in 1785 in Hebron, CT.144 He died. Parents: Ensign William HEBARD Sr. and Anna BISHOP.
Spouse: Charlotte HURD. Cyprian HIBBARD and Charlotte HURD were married about 1810.
Dan HIBBARD Jr. was born on January 1, 1782 in Dummerston, VT.215 He died on November 23, 1857 in Cortland County, NY.215 Probably Cortland. Parents: Dann HERBERT Sr. and Anna RIPLEY.
Daniel HIBBARD was born on September 29, 1738 in Canterbury, Windham, Connecticut Colony.509,1970 He died. Parents: John HEBARD Sr. and Martha DURKEE.
Spouse: Hannah. Daniel HIBBARD and Hannah were married about 1765. Had four children.
Daniel HIBBARD1491 was born about 1747. He died. Parents: Ebenezer HIBBARD and (Hibbard).
Daniel HIBBARD was born on March 1, 1792 in Pittsfield, MA.215 In 1850 he was a Merchant. He lived in Black Rock, Erie, NY in 1850. He lived in Buffalo, Erie, NY between 1860 and 1870. He died. Parents: Nathan HERBERT III and Mary BOARDMAN.
Daniel HIBBARD Jr. was born between January 2, 1825 and December 31, 1826. In 1850 he was a Merchant in Black Rock, Erie, NY.2643 He died. Parents: Daniel HIBBARD and Eunice FARRINGTON.
Daniel Frost HIBBARD was born on December 19, 1784 in Canterbury, CT.2644 He died. Parents: Andrew HIBBARD and Elizabeth FROST.
Daniel W. HIBBARD was born on August 28, 1846 in Pompey, Onondaga County, NY.215 He died on December 17, 1864 in Hampton, VA.215 Parents: James HIBBARD and Caroline MEAD.
Daniel Webster HIBBARD was born on May 29, 1837 in LaPorte, IN.1868 He died on June 7, 1910 in LaPorte, IN.215 Parents: Horace Bonaparte HIBBARD and Annis Sufrona TUCKER.
Darius HIBBARD1491 was born about 1804. He died. Parents: Simon HIBBARD and (Hibbard).
Darwin HIBBARD2473 was born about 1899. He died. Parents: Hoyt Rogers HIBBARD Sr. and (Hibbard).
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