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NameCharles HUBBELL157
Birth29 Aug 1822, Canada
Death10 Mar 1903, Angelica, Allegany Co., New York
Spouses
Birth26 Mar 1823
Death31 Aug 1858
Marriageabt 1843
ChildrenAnna Elizabeth (1846-1910)
Birth4 Jun 1836, Friendship, Allegany Co., New York
Death1898, Friendship, Allegany Co., New York
FatherAlonzo A. COON (1809-1887)
MotherAbigail Tefft GREENE (1815-1882)
Marriageabt 1866
Notes for Charles HUBBELL
Charles Hubbell 1822-1903  
Categories: Berlin, WI SDB Church Constituent Member, 1850, Berlin, Wisconsin, Deacon / Deaconess, Dodge Center, Minnesota, Rev. Willard D. Burdick Officiating, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 59, No 14, p 223, Apr. 6, 1903.
  Charles Hubbell was born in East Canada, April 29, 1822, and died at Angelica, N. Y., March 9, 1903.
  Mr. Hubbell was twice married.   His second wife was Cornelia Coon, to whom he was married Aug. 4, 1866, and who died Feb. 25, 1898.   Mrs. A. E. Langworthy, his daughter by his first wife, resides at Dodge Center, Minn.   Mr. Hubbell was baptized by Eld. O. P. Hill, and in 1845 [1850] became a constituent member of the Berlin, Wis. church.   At the time of his death he was a member of the church at Nile, N. Y.     W. D. B.
Notes for Nancy (Spouse 1)
Nancy (Brell) Hubbell 1823-1858
Categories: Alfred, New York, Berlin, WI SDB Church Constituent Member, 1850, Berlin, Wisconsin, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 15, No 15, p 59, Sep. 16, 1858.
  In Berlin, Wis., Aug. 31st, after a lengthy and distressing illness of several months duration, Mrs. Nancy, wife of Dea. Charles Hubbell, aged 35 years.
  Sister H. professed faith in Christ twenty-one years ago last January, and was baptized by Eld. Stillman Coon, and united with the 1st Seventh-day Baptist Church in Alfred.   She subsequently removed to Wisconsin; settled in this place, and was one of the 33 who covenanted together at the organization of the Berlin Church.   She has ever been a faithful, earnest follower of the Saviour.   Her prayers, exhortations, and counsels will not soon be forgotten.   In a word, she being dead, yet speaketh.
  She leaves an afflicted husband, and an only daughter, to mourn her departure.   Her funeral was numerously attended on the 2d Sept., and a sermon preached by the writer, from Philippians i, 23 - "For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better."   "Gone but not lost."     J. M. T.
Notes for Cornelia A. (Spouse 2)
Cornelia A. (Coon) Hubbell 1836-1898  
Categories: 1840's Settlers, Dakota, Wisconsin, Dodge Center, Minnesota, Rev. Willard D. Burdick Officiating, The Sabbath Recorder Obituary, Utica, Wisconsin
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 54, No 10, p 159, Mar. 7, 1898.
  At Nile, N. Y., February 25, 1898, Mrs. Cornelia A. Hubbell, in her sixty-second year.
  She was the daughter of Alonzo and Abby Coon, and was born in the town of Friendship, N. Y.   Her parents moved to Milton, Wis., when she was seven years old, and a few years later to Utica, Wis., where, at the age of sixteen, she was baptized by Eld. Zuriel Campbell, and united with the Utica Seventh-day Baptist church.   In 1855 she moved her membership to the Dakota, Wis., church, and in 1861 she, with her parents returned to Nile.
  In 1866 she was married to Dea. Charles Hubbell, of Dodge Centre, Minn., who survives her.   They lived in different places till their return to Nile in 1892.   At the time of her death she was a faithful member of the church at Nile.     W. D. B.
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