BARBOUR COLLECTION of Vital Stats for CT Towns

JANE'S SITE with an enormous amount of CT Vital Statistics, cemetery records, land records, town histories, Probate records, and many other databases

FREEMEN
Search billions of records on Ancestry.com
   

FREEMEN

 

Hubbard Gleanings #3, By   - Jul 27, 2000 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!, MASS.

NEHGR Vol 3; List of Freemen

14 May 1634 - Tho. HUBBARD [C.R. Vol 1, pp 79, 112]

3 Sept 1634 [C.R., Vol 1, p 113]

Benjamin HUBBARD

Edmond HUBBARD

Joshua HUBBARD

2 May 1638 - Mr William HUBBERD [C.R., Vol1, p 196]

From NEHGR Vol 3, starting on p 239; List of Freemen [cont]

23 May 1666 - James HUBBARD, Cambridge [C.R. Vol IV, p 562]

19 May 1669 - Richard HUBBARD [listed among those admitted to ffreedom, but did not take their oaths] [C.R. Vol IV, p 629]

31 May 1671 - Caleb HUBARD, Hingham [C.R. Vol IV, p 676, 677]

11 Oct 1676 - Jno. HUBBARD, Ipswich [C.R. Vol V, p 112]

2 Oct 1678 - Enock HUBBARD, Hingham [C.R. Vol V, p 202]

19 May 1680 - Mr. Neh. HUBBARD - Camb. Villg [C.R. Vol V, p 260]

11 May 1681 - David HUBBART - Hingham [C. R. Vol V, p 306]

From NEHGR Vol 3, starting on page 345: List of Freemen [cont]

7 May 1684 - Jno. HUBBARD, N. Hamp. [C. R. Vol V, p 436]

18 Apr 1690 - Richard HUBBARD, Salisbury [Inter., Vol II, p 25-27]

 

 

FAMILY GROUPS

 

George Hubbard and Bonds Genealogy, By Arthur  M Hubbard - Feb 29, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop

When the discussion of George Hubbard and who he was arises the most often asked questions are, who were his parents, where did he come from, who was his wife and who were his children. I offer these questions for all to participate in answering. I will not attempt to answer any of these questions now. I wish to devote my time to sources of information and the importance of providing cites. The example I will use is the frequently seen reference in the discussion of who was George Hubbard and his descendants. "Bonds Genealogies and History of Watertown". I have cited Bonds to validate my arguments. What information is found in "Bonds when you look up Hubbard?

P.303-James and Sarah Hubbard had a son Thomas b. August 10, 1638.

P.795-798-George Hubbard and his wife Mary (no last name) lived in Watertown circa 1635.

The detailed entries begin with George's son John. John's son Jonathan, his son Major Jonathan who marries Rebecca Brown and their son Jonathan who marries Abigail Jennison.

Bonds is a legitimate source to cite, it corroborates more detailed information found elsewhere but in the final analysis the use of Bonds to authenticate anything about George Hubbard is limited. I have not read Bonds from cover to cover. This is my interpretation. I have extrapolated from it what I thought was significant. I believe that it is important and a responsible act to provide the sources of your information to allow other researchers to explore them.

Anyone interested can look at the Recipe section of this site and find additional information about Bonds. I encourage everyone to utilize the recipe section to start building a bibliography/source guide.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

The American Genealogist/Jacobus article, By Arthur  M Hubbard - Feb 5, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop

TAG vol. 10; 1933 - "George Hubbard's wife" by Donald Lines Jacobus

The statement is seen in many printed works (a) that Mary wife of George1

Hubbard of Guilford was a daughter of John1 Bishop of Guilford. The writer

has not found any evidence to bear this out, and is convinced that the said

Mary was not a daughter of John Bishop.

John Bishop came with the original Guilford company in 1639. The history of

George Hubbard is different. He came first to Massachusetts, then to

Wethersfield by 1636, removed 1643 to Milford, CT and 1650 to Guilford.

Bishop brought a wife and young children with him to Guilford; the children,

judging by the time they married, were born in the 1630's. Hubbard had

several children born before he settled in Milford, the oldest almost

certainly born before 1640. The evidence of the dates would lead us to

believe that Hubbard and his wife were not much younger than Bishop and his

wife. The question may be asked, how Hubbard came to acquire a daughter of

John Bishop for his wife, since Hubbard was a married man while still

residing in Wethersfield, and his marriage almost certainly took place prior

to the arrival of the Bishops with the Guilford party in 1639.

All statements to the effect that Hubbard's wife was daughter of Bishop are

apparently based on the will of Mrs. Ann Bishop, made 12 June 1673, in which

she gave twenty shillings to her grandchild Elizabeth Hubbard. (b) Yet this

will itself proves that Mrs. Mary Hubbard was not her daughter. Mrs. Bishop

gave her eldest son John Bishop 5 pounds above "his equal proportion with my

other Too children," and she willed that the residue of her estate should be

divided "Betwixt my three children, viz., John and Steuen Bishop and James

Steele." Further she called James Steele her son-in-law, and the inventory

mentioned property in Mr. Steele's hands "which his wife claims as given to

her by her Mother."

The terms used in the will prove conclusively that Mrs. Bishop had but three

living children in 1673: John, Stephen, and Bethia wife of James Steele.

Certainly no sane woman would refer to "my other two children" and again to

"my three children" if she had at the time four living children. The joker

in the deck is that Mrs. Mary Hubbard was living in 1673, and did not die

until 14 Sept. 1676. (c) Therefore, she was not the daughter of Mrs. Ann

Bishop. And if Mrs. Mary Hubbard was daughter of John Bishop by a former

marriage, then her daughter Elizabeth Hubbard would not have been

granddaughter of Mrs. Ann Bishop.

It must not be forgotten that not only did George Hubbard have a daughter

Elizabeth, but Daniel2 Hubbard had married (in 1664) Elizabeth Jordan, and

that the latter may conceivably have been the Elizabeth Hubbard whom Mrs.

Ann Bishop called her granddaughter. Elizabeth Jordan was daughter of Mr.

John Jordan, and original Guilford proprietor in 1639, by his wife Ann, and

for anything we know to the contrary, Mrs. Ann Jordan may have been the

daughter of Mr. John and Mrs. Ann Bishop. At any rate, Mrs. Jordan married

secondly Thomas Clarke and died at Saybrook 1 Jan. 1671/2. Therefore, she

was not living when Mrs. Bishop made her will; and there is no objection to

the theory that the Bishops had children who died prior to 12 June 1673 when

Mrs. Bishop had but three surviving children.

This Theory, which would make Elizabeth (Jordan) Hubbard the grandchild

named in the will, is attractive, and the most serious objection that can be

brought against it is that the known ages of the Jordan children necessitate

placing the birth of Mrs. Ann Jordan about a decade earlier than the births

of the known three Bishop children. That objection is not insuperable.

However, this should be considered merely as an unproved theory unless

readers can supply documentary evidence of a more compelling character than

the bare mention of Elizabeth Hubbard as a grandchild in the will of Mrs.

Bishop, which may admit of more than one interpretation.

(a)"1000 Years of Hubbard History," pp. 199-200, states that "with these

migrators [from Watertown, MA, to Wethersfield, CT] went George Hubbard, his

family , his father-in-law, John Bishop, and his family." No contemporary

record has been found to indicate that John Bishop ever resided in

Watertown, Mass., or Wethersfield, CT, or that he was the father-in-law of

George Hubbard; as stated in the text above, he first appears in 1639 with

the Guilford settlers who came direct from England.

(b) Manwaring's Digest of Early Conn. Probate Records, vol. 1, pp. 183-184.

(c) Guilford Vital Records, vol. A, p. 68.

The TAG/Jacobus information with cites can be found in the multi volume series of The American Genealogist. Many libraries have the series. I believe the following is the article in its entirety. Another researcher sent this copy to me but I have looked it up myself in the TAG and do not remember any editing. Concerning the validity of this article I think it is flawed. Thus the argument fails. The author demonstrates recklessness and arrogant assumptions.

I think the flaw in the Jacobus article begins in Para 2- It assumes that John Bishop cannot be the father of Mary Bishop wife to George Hubbard because of "unmentioned" dates of birth some known dates of death and certain events of the period. This is where I believe this article starts tracking the wrong direction. Mary is traditionally listed as the first child of John and Anne Bishop. Anne may or may not be Mary's mother. Mary Bishop Hubbard died in 1675. Anne Bishop died in 1676. John Bishop who died in d1660 certainly can be the father of Mary Bishop. I accept the c1605 DOB for Mary Bishop. The following children of John and Anne Bishop were: Mary, Anne (mJames Steel), John, Stephen, Bethia b1634-d1676 (mJames Steel b1622-d1675/6), Sarah.

Ref Para 3-No doubt this Will exists and does not name her children in entirety just her known-surviving children.

Ref Para 4 - This is taking a very large liberty in assuming the meaning of what Anne Bishop thought or meant in her Will to suddenly prove conclusively ones own argument. Records have James Steele married to both Anne Bishop and Bethia Bishop. This could be an error or possibly he had been married to Anne first and for whatever reason (Anne s death) eventually married Bethia. It is additionally ridicules for Jacobus to assume that Elizabeth (whoever she may be, Grand daughter, step grand daughter, grand daughter in law -see para 5.) could not be refereed to as Grand daughter in the Will.

Ref Para 6-And so, if this is as confusing to you as it was to Jocobus you might also decide to throw all caution to the wind and recklessly involve the Jordan family into this only if you adjust their history to conveniently fit your scenario.

I do not know for sure the answers to who the Anne Bishop Will refers according to Jacobus. I have not seen this Will. This is something I will pursue when time allows. Any help will be appreciated. What I do know is that George Hubbard had a wife named Mary Bishop. Jacobus may not have had access to some of the research that is now available to researchers. He certainly was not part of the Internet information age.

This is my analysis; your comments are welcome. I hope this is clear to you.

Previously posted on this site:

Extensive history of Hubbard Family, Part 2<br>Coralynn Brown Swerdfeger :Thursday, November 18, 1999

<br><br>

I found where MARY BISHOP really figures into the Hubbard lines. She is not the mother of George Hubbard who married Elizabeth Watts. as is sometimes reported.

She is more of a contemporary of his and she was married to a George Hubbard, which may have contributed to all the confusion.

From "The Hubbard Thompson Memorial" a Genealogical Record and Historical Account of the ancestors and descendants of Ebenezer Hubbard and Mary Thompson, his wife, compiled and edited for Ellen Hubbard Skinner and Lillian Kimball Stewart, published in 1914, we find:

George Hubbard died in Guilford (CT) in January 1683. His will, on record in the Probate Office of New Haven, has a codicil dated May 23, 1682, in which he stated that his life had been prolonged, and devised a room in his house to his daughter Elizabeth. The inventory of his estate was taken May 30, 1683. George Hubbard's wife, MARY, daughter of John BISHOP, one of the original proprietors of Guilford, whom he married in England. She died Sept. 14, 1675.

George and Mary were survived by eight children: Mary, John, Sarah, Hannah, Elizabeth, Abigail, William and Daniel. Children:

Mary was married in 1647 to John Fowler, a Deputy Magistrate and deacon of the church at Guilford. She died in 1713.

Sarah, born in Wethersfield in 1634, was married to Daniel Harrison of New Haven, and went to Newark, New Jersey.

Hannah, born in Wethersfield in 1637 married Jacob Melyen, son of Patroon, Cornelius Melyen of New Haven in 1662. They removed to Boston, where she died in 1717.

Elizabeth, born in Wethersfield in 1638, was married late in life to Deacon John Norton of Guilford.

Abigail, baptized in Milford May 26, 1644, was married in 1657 to Humphrey Spinning of New Jersey.

Daniel, baptized in Milford May 26, 1644, married Elizabeth Jordan, and died in Guilford in 1720. His grandson, Daniel, was one of the wealthiest men of New England, and at his death in 1751 left an estate valued at more than 20,000 pounds. (we have no English pound sign on our keyboards, sorry).

William, youngest son of George and Mary (Bishop) Hubbard, married Abigail Dudley, and settled in Greenwich, CT.

The grave of George Hubbard was in the Guilford cemetery, south of where the soldiers' monument now stands in the center of the Guilford village green. This cemetery was not used after 1817, and the gravestones were removed. An interesting relic of George Hubbard is still in existence (remember, this was pub in 1914) in Guilford and has never been out of the Hubbard family. It is a linen chest brought by him from England. it is made of oak, is about four feet high and two feet deep, with a crude scroll work embellishing the front. The wood, all except the panels, is two inches thick, and is held together with wooden pegs. It formerely opened at the top, but a...... (that's where I run out of this document, sorry.)

Some of you are indeed descended from this George Hubbard. HOWEVER: this is not the George Hubbard who married Elizabeth Watts. This one married Mary Bishop. These 2 couples were in the same basic generation. If you have them listed in a father/son family scenario, expunge this now.

<br><br>

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

George Hubbard Mary Bishop/TAG-Jacobus debate, By Craig Hubbard - Feb 1, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop, George H/Eliz Watts

Arthur M Hubbard, Monday, November 22, 1999 wrote:

Dear Coralynn, I am happy to see that your research agrees with my own. After my initial mesage to you I was prepared to duel ot the George Hubbard Mary Bishop/TAG-Jacobus debate....

I'm interested in hearing more about this debate. I am aware of the TAG article and have a copy filed away somewhere. This is not my line I descend from Middletown George, Daniel, Daniel, Daniel, Daniel, Moses, Socrates, Snowden, Clyde, Herbert, Craig.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

 

SOURCES used in George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts lines, By Coralynn Brown - Dec 3, 1999 

Categories: George H/Eliz Watts

In the postings "George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts, the Real Scoop", and George/Elizabeth Watts, Third Generation, the Ranney family" and others I have yet to post, the sources given on the material photocopied and sent to me are:

Digest refers to Charles Manwaring's "Digest of Early Connecticut Probates" 1635-1750.

"Middletown Upper Houses" by Adams, p. 581-Hubbard; p. 529-Doolittle, Ranney Family.

"The Stocking Ancestry" by Rev. Charles Henry Wright Stocking, D.D. (1903)

"Early Families of Hartford, Conn" by Barbour, pp 327-8-Hubbard; p 136-Butler; p. 127-Burr.

"Hale-House and Related Families" by Donald Lines Jacobus, p. 630-Hubbard; p 160-Hale-How; p 257-8 Peck-Cornwall-Hubbard, p 259-Butler; p 467-Bidwell; p 606- Olcott.

"The American Genealogist" quarterly, vols 27-30 Four Spencer Brothers; vol 54, p 135-Ward; vol 45, p 92-4-Plumb; vol 47, pp 136-46, 235-6- Bacon.

Savage's "Dictionary of N.E. Families" vol 2, p 485-Hubbard, vol 4 p 528-Whitmore.

"Connecticut Nutmegger" quarterly, 6:347-Farmington Marriages; 8:544-Middletown Cemetery Records; 10:411- Haddam, Conn. Cem. Rec; 12:706-Shailor; 12:112-Bailey-Hubbard; 16:97-Hubbard-Barnes; 2:308-Roberts-Hubbard; 4:414-Hubbard-Ford.

Barbour's Collection of Births, Marriages and Deaths of CT.

Family History Library, Salt Lake City Film #004,848-Middletown First Congreg. Church Records.

"New England Historic & Genealogical Register" 14:62-8-Middletown Records; 15:161-7-Epitaphs of Old Burying Place, Middletown, Conn.

"John Johnson of Roxbury, Mass." by Paul Franklin Johnson, pp 25-6 Hubbard; 28-Hubbard; 49-Barnes-Johnson; 54-Caleb Hubbard; 24-Hubbard; 16-Hubbard.

"Coe-Ward Memorial" (1897) p. 41

"Hamlin Family" by H.F. Andrews (1900) p. 41

"Families of Ancient New Haven,Conn" by D.L.Jacobus, 9 vols in 3.

"Fuller Family in England and America" by J.H. & F. Fuller, p 248-Parthena Hubbard.

"History of Ancient Wethersfield" by Henry Stiles, vol 2, 522-Nott; 620-Seymour.

"History of Ancient Windsor" by Stiles vol. 2.

"Genealogy of Conn. Families" taken from NEHGR, 3 volumes 3:301-Seymour.

"Descendants of William Ward of Middletown" by M. Wheeler Molyneaux.

"The Descendants of Andrew Warner" by Lucien C. Warner & Josephine Nichols.

"Bidwell Genealogy" by Joan Bidwell vol 1, pp 33-Hubbard-Bidwell; 24-Hubbard-Bidwell.

"Kirby's of New England" by Meletiah Everett Dwight pp 24-6.

"William Cornwall & His Descendants" by Dr. Edward E. Cornwall (1901)

"William Clark/e of Haddam, Conn" by Prentise Glazier, p 7.

 

George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts:  3rd Generation (the Ranney family), By Coralynn Brown - Dec 1, 1999 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts

THOMAS RANNEY b 3-1-1660/1 d 2-6-1726/7 Middletown CT (parents were Mary Hubbard b 1641 & Thomas Ranney b 1635) (Mary's parents were George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts)

THOMAS m Rebecca WILLETT, dau of Nathaniel Willet & Hannah Adams. Children:

1. Thomas Ranney b 8-14-1692 Middletown, CT died 3-22-1764, m Esther WILCOX b 10-31-1731 dau Ephraim Wilcox & Silence HAND.

2. Willet Ranney b 3-30-1693/4 Middletown, CT d 9-5-1751 m (1) Anna JOHNSON (2) Deborah WHITE in 1731.

3. George Ranney b 10-28-1695 Mdltn, d 3-18-1725 m Mary HALE b apx 1703 Mdltn, d 11-26-1749 dau of Thomas Hale & Mary HOUSE.

4. Rebecca Ranney b 12-10-1700 Mdltn m Jonathan DOOLITTLE.

5. Nathaniel Ranney b 6-17-1702 Mdltn, d 9-25-1766, m (1) in 1731 Dorothy HALE b apx 1710 d 1732, dau of Thomas Hale & Mary House. (2) m Rachel SAGE 1733/4 (3) m Thankful WILLARD 1756.

6. Ann Ranney b 7-23-1706 Middletown, CT.

7. Margaret Ranney b 8-21-1708 Mdltn, d 7-28-1783 m in 1742 her cousin Ebenezer Ranney b 11-22-1704 Mdltn, d 12-22-1783 son of Ebenezer Ranney & Sarah WARNER.

JOHN Ranney (son of Mary Hubbard & Thomas Ranney, gr/son of George Hubbard & Elizabeth Watts) b 11-14-1662 m Hannah TURNER in 1693 Mdltn, she b 6-20-1675 Mdltn, dau of Edward Turner & Mary SANFORD.

Children:

1. Marce/Mercy Ranney b. 12-28-1695 Mdltn, d 10-1-1762 Mdltn, m in 1722 John HALL,b 8-19-1699 d 1-3-1767, son of Samuel Hall & Sarah HINSDALE. (John also m Sarah Gaines in 1765, but this would be a collateral line.)

2. Hannah Ranney b 6-1-1699 Mdltn, d 11-26-1699 as infant.

3. John Ranney 9-12- d 9-20- both 1700 (d an infant. Two in a row, can you imagine how heartbreaking that must have been?)

4. John Ranney b 10-1-1703 Mdltn, d 9-18-1760 Mdltn m (1) in 1723/4 Eunice WRIGHT (2) 1730/1 Martha MILLER b 3-28-1705 dau of John Miller and Marcy BEVIN.

5. Richard Ranney b 2-18-1705/6 Mdltn, d 9-16-1759 Mdltn, m in 1729 E. Mdltn, Margery MILLER b apx 1713 dau John & Marcy.

6. Deborah Ranney b 8-24-1708 Mdltn

7. Jeremiah Ranney b 1-25-1713/4 Mdltn, d 1713/4.

8. Samuel Ranney b. 8-12-1715 Mdltn, d 8-21-1758 m Ann MILLER b 12-7-1701 dau of John Miller & Mercy Bevin.

JOSEPH RANNEY (parents also Mary Hubbard and Thomas Ranney, gr/parents George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts) b 9-1663 d 3-2-1745 Mdltn m in 1693 Mary STARR b 1672 New London, CT d 10-18-1747 Mdltn, dau of Comfort Starr & Marah WELD. Children:

1. Mary Ranney b 12-14-1694, Mdltn, d 3-13-1731/2, m in 1715 Samuel SHEPARD b 4-18-1692 Mldtn, d (drowned in CT Rvr) 4-9-1750 son of Edward Shepard & Abigail SAVAGE. (Samuel m (2) 1733 Christian Kould or Rould or Mould, hard to read,)

2. Elizabeth Ranney b 1-1-1697 Mdltn, d 1-9-1723.

3. Joseph Ranney b 4-11-1699 Mdltn, d 10-18-1783, Mdltn, m in 1725 Abigail WARNER b 11-18-1704 Mdltn, d 2-14-1777, dau of John Warner and Ann/Anna WARD.

4. Abigail Ranney b 11-16-1702 Mdltn, d 7-1-1777 m in l726 Joseph STOCKING b. 2-27-1703 d 10-17-1783 son of Daniel Stocking & Jane Mould or Would or something. (Joseph also m Hannah Pitkin Magill.

5. Sibbell Ranney b 3-10-1704 Mdltn, m in 1724 Amos PORTER.

6. Daniel Ranney b 7-13-1707 Mdltn, d 9-27-1758 Mdltn, m in 1730/1 Esther STOWE b 2-20-1705/6 Mdltn, d 7-24-1750 dau of Samuel Stowe & Esther Mould or Would, (boy am I getting tired of that name. It's blurry on the page).

7. Jonathan Ranney b 8-26-1709 Middletown, CT d 7-30-1773 Guilford, CT m in 1738 in Guilford, Anna PARMALEE.

8. Rachel Ranney b 12-26-1711 Mdltn, d 3-16-1739 Mdltn m in 1737 Elisha STOCKING b 3-25-1714, Mdltn, d 4-4-1775 Mdltn, son of Daniel Stocking & Jane Mould or Would, good grief, couldn't these people find anyone in another family?!

STAY TUNED, THIS IS JUST THE BEGINNING, THERE ARE STILL FIVE COUPLES WITH THEIR CHILDREN TO GO IN THIS BRANCH.

 

 

 

FAIRFIELD County, CT stats, By Coralynn Brown - May 6, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut

Nathaniel Hubbard & Mary Quintard m 5/19/1742

Children:

Elizabeth Hubbard b 5/18/1743

Nathaniel Hubbard b 4/29/1745

William Hubbard b 9/17/1749

Isaac Hubbard b 7/1/1747

Mary Hubbard b 11/23/1751

Margaret Hubbard b 5/29/1754

Ann Hubbard b 11/1/1761

Gabriel Hubbard & Hannah Dibble m 2/28/1811

Children:

Platt Hubbard b 11/19/1811 d 1/30/1816

Ellen Hubbard b 8/1/1813

Theodore Hubbard b 5/14/1815 d 8/28/1816

George Dibble Hubbard b 11/19/1816

DR. Nathaniel Hubbard & Mary (??) m in Stanwich

Children:

Arch Hubbard b in Greenwich 10/14/1798

Henry Hubbard b in Carmel, NY 8/17/1800

Julia Ann Hubbard b Stamford, 3/7/1802

Alexander Hubbard b 6/3/1804

John Wheaton Hubbard b 5/26/1808

George Mackay Hubbard b 6/10/1810

Eleanor Hubbard b 10/10/1812

Sarah Thomas Hubbard b 2/17/1815

Cornelia Hubbard, b 5/16/1817

William Hubbard b 7/24/1819

Frances Hubbard b 8/17/1821

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Many lines:  John H of POMFRET (corrected Feb. 10th), By Coralynn Brown - Jan 19, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, John H of Pomfret

I am looking at the Thousand Years of Hubbard History (pub in 1895) and there are MANY Hubbard emigrants who began "family lines" in New England. As a for-instance, here is what the book has (condensed by me) on a JOHN HUBBARD of Pomfret, CT.

This material was given to us by Joanne Benne who names the source: Genealogies of Woodstock Families by C.W. Bowenand completed by Donald Lines Jacobus.

John Hubbard was in Boston about 1670. Married Rebecca (Wells?) and removed to Roxbury, MA.

Children: Rebecca & Rachel were baptized as good-sized children April 11, 1686.

9/21/1684 a dau, Sarah, was baptized.

4/11/1686 Mary was baptized.

July 21, 1686, abt 40 of Roxbury's citizens founded New Roxbury afterward called POMFRET, then Woodstock, or "Mashamequet."

CHILDREN of John H and Rebecca:

Rebecca bpt Roxbury 13 Apr 1684, m Woodstock Feb 4, 1701-2 David BISHOP of Woodstock.

Rachel bpt Roxb. 13 Apr 1684.

Sarah b Roxb. 21 Sept 1684, d Ashford, Nov. 30, 1755 ae 81, m in Woodstock Dec 26, 1707 Josiah BUGBEE of Woodstock.

Mary b Roxb. Apr 1686, d Pomfret May 14, 1724, m in Woodstock Jan 16, 1711-12 Caapt. Leicester GROSVENOR b apx 1675, d Pomfret Sept 8, 1759 in 85th year. son of John Grosvenor and Esther Clark.

John b Woodstock May 3, 1689.

John (2) Hubbarad b May 3, 1679 d prob Pomfret Apr 15, 1760, m Mary_________? w/d Pomfret Oct 11, 1731. Their children were:

John (3) Hubbard b Nov 15, 1712 m bef 1733 Bridget SPAULDING.

Benjamin b May 13, 1713-14, d Pomfret June 17, 1789, m in Pomfret Aug 13, 1735 Susanna CADY b Canterbury Aug 5, 1716, dau of Jonathan Cady and Hannah.

Mary b Aug 13, 1716, d 1724.

Ebenezer b Mar 30, 1718, d 1724.

Joseph b Sept 22, 1720 m in Pomfret 1744 Deborah_____

Ebenezer b July 1, 1725, d 1752.

Mary b Sept 15, 1728 m in Pomfret 1751 Paul ADAMS.

Lucy b Feb 1733, d 1751

Olive (twin) b 1733.

 

Part 2: MANY lines: John Hubbard of Pomfret, CT, By Coralynn Brown - Jan 19, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Illinois, John H of Pomfret, New York State

continuing on:

WILLARD, eldest son of Benjamin & Susannah (Cady) Hubbard was born in Brooklyn, CT 11/10/1737 and d in 1813 of pneumonia. He m 7/20/1767 Lucy STARR (b 1727, d 1815 dau of Samuel Starr of Norwich CT and Annie (Bushnell) Starr.

CHILDREN:

Simeon (b 9/10/1769 d 3/6/1771)

Simeon Carew (b 1/30/1771 d 5/19/1850)

Caroline (b 12/16/1772 d 4/17/1790)

Samuel Starr ( b 8/4/1777 d 8/3/1815, leaving son Albert (Dr.) of Scituate and Providence, R.I., who had son Samuel, and Willard (see following)

WILLARD, son of Willard and Lucy (Starr) Hubbard was born 4/6/1775 in Montville, New London, CT, died in Pomfret 9/29/1866. He married on 4/19/1801, Lois WILLIAMS (d 8/11/1833, dau of Seth and Mary (SNOW) Williams of Raynham, MA.

CHILDREN:

Lucy Starr Hubbard (b 7/21/1802 d 1887, m on 11/28/1831 Carr LAWTON of Pomfret and had: Charles Lawton (d at 24), Lewis C. Lawton.

Moved to Providence R.I. and children born:

Henry (b 9/12/1804 d 9/14/1804)

Charles Williams Lawton (b 6/7/1806, d Dec 1878, m Lucy SPAULDING , lived in Pomfret & had children:

Joseph, Fanny (died young), and Lucy who married Henry H. FRENCH of Stockbridge, MA.

Mary Snow Lawton (b 8/31/1808,

Catharine (b 11/2/1810, d in Pomfret 6/13/1872),

William Lawton (b 3/14/1813 d 4/1/1817)

Eliza Ann Lawton (b 2/7/1815, d 8/8/1884, m Appleton PARK of Pawtucket R.I. 6/6/1854, & had children:

Susan Maria Park (b 10/19/1855 m her cousin Henry

Seward HUBBARD. Children:

Charlotte (b 12/11/1816, d in Pomfret 10/20/1886)

Samuel William Hubbard born 12/29/1821 (see following)

SAMUEL WILLIAM HUBBARD, youngest child of Willard and Lois (Williams) Hubbard, b 12/29/1821 married Mary Hurst GLADDING in Providence R.I. 5/19/1850.

Children:

Willard Gladding Hubbard (b 4/30/1853 m in 1882 to Emma GOULD of Providence and had children:

Ernest (b 4/5/1883

Frank (b 1885)

Henry Seward

Albert Charles (b 9/26/1856)

Ellen Rebecca (b 6/14/1858)

DESCENDANTS of STEPHEN HUBBARD of Smithfield, R.I.

Stephen Hubbard, son of (Major) Benjamin and Mrs. Chloe (Eldridge) Hubbard (widow of James Eldridge, with several children), was born 12/29/1776 in Smithfield, R.I. and died 6/20/1853. He married on 9/19/1803 Zeruiah GROSVENOR (b in Brookfield MA 6/16/1779, d 4/7/1842, dau of Oliver and Zeruiah (Payson) Grosvenor.

CHILDREN:

William Grosvenor Hubbard (see following)

Julia Maria (b in Pomfret 4/14/1807, d in New York City 4/20/1872, m on 9/10/1835 Canfield JENKINS (b in Rhinebeck NY 3/22/1805, d in NY City 5/29/1871)

Children:

Mary Hubbard Jenkins

Edward Canfield Jenkins

Oliver Payson Hubbard (b in Pomfret 3/31/1809, Yale 1828, Prof at Dartmouth, N.H. 1836, Legislature 1833-34, S.C.Med Coll 1837, L.L.D. Hamilton Coll NY, 1861, scientist, MARRIED 5/17/1837 Faith Wadsworth SILLIMAN, (b New Haven 12/18/1812 d N.Y. City 2/26/1887, dau of Prof Benjamin and Harriet (Trumbull) Silliman.

Children:

Harriet Trumbull Hubbard, b in Hanover, N.H. 5/25/1838, d NY City 10/25/1891.

Henrietta Whitney Hubbard n in Hanover, N.H. 2/28/1840 unmarried.

Grosvenor Silliman Hubbard b in New Haven CT 10/10/1842, unmarried.

Benjamin Payson Hubbard, b in ROME, N.Y. 1815, married at Ottawa, ILLINOIS 8/21/1838 to Saunna CLARK. Children:

Annie Hampton Hubbard d 1847-48

Julia A. Hubbard 10/7/1839, unmarried.

Mary Louise Hubbard b 10/21/1842, married in Rochester (NY?) 9/5/1867 Benton Merritt HAIGAR (b 4/12/1839) No children.

Henriette Chauncey Hubbard born in Athens, O (Ohio?) 1/20/1847

married in Rochester 8/5/1868 J. Otis SMITH, no children

but adopted dau Ruth).

Stephen Grosvenor Hubbard born in ROME, N.Y. 10/16/1816 m Mrs. Aurelia ROBINSON (b in Middletown CT 1/5/1821 d New Haven CT 5/16/1891, dau of William and Aurelia (BOWERS) Plumb, no children. Dean Med. School, Yale College.

WILLIAM GROSVENOR Hubbard - born in Providence, R.I. 12/1/1804 died in Elgin, ILLINOIS 12/15/1883, m (1) Mary Catharine SCHUYLER (b in BOONVILLE, NEW YORK) children:

Mary Schuyler Hubbard (b in Boonville, NY 8/9/1829, d in Lynn, MA 10/23/1865 m William Allen CHASE (b in Lynn MA 7/15/1829, d 1/19/1863, son of William and Salina E. (Washburn) Chase. child:

Louisa Schuyler Chase

Second marriage of WILLIAM:

m 9/19/1839 at Lisbon ILLINOIS Charlotte Wright (b in ROME NY 2/28/1817, d in Elgin ILLINOIS 3/10/1885)

children:

Harriet Grosvenor Hubbard (b in Lisbon, Illinois, 9/16/1840, d in Elgin, Illinois 11/24/1843)

William Wright Hubbard (b in Chicago 5/11/1842, d in Elgin Ill 9/22/1843)

Charlotte Julia Hubbard b in Elgin Ill 2/11/1846 d there 11/17/1850)

Henry Wright Hubbard b in Elgin 5/17/1844 d unmarried.

William Hubbard b in Elgin Ill. 6/27/1849, m 7/10/1872 at Champaign, Illinois, Callie EDWARDS (B IN Felicity, Ohio 11/14/1852. CHILDREN:

Winifred b Chicago 12/9/1875, d 9/10/1876

William Edwards Hubbard b 3/16/1877 at Rutland, Illinois, d 3/19/1877

Charlotte Eunice Hubbard b in Elgin, Illinois 9/29/1879, d 2/14/1882

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

My Hubbard History   From George/Mary  thru 1874, By Linda Hubbard - Jan 17, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop

Coralynn: Thanks for your emails. I finally had the time to set down my family history through my great- great grandfather. I know the history is rather large ( 8 generations), but it might be of some interest for someone.

I am not going to repeat, in detail, the family history related directly to George and Mary, as the information that you, Arthur, and Tracy listed under Extensive history of Hubbard Family concurs, for the most part, with mine.

* Denotes Genealogy followed

George and Mary s Children (Nine Children)

Mary:<br>Born 1625; married John Fowler, son of William and Sarah Fowler of Milford and New Haven in 1948. He was Marshal at Guilford from 1652 to 1661 and Deputy Magistrate from 1661 to 1664. She died in 1713.

*John<br>Born about 1630. (see next listing)

George:<br>Unknown

Sarah:<br>born 1635; Married Daniel Harrison.

Hannah:<br>Born 1637; Married Jacob Melyn. She Died 1717.

Elizabeth:<br>Born about 1638; married John Norton, son of Thomas and Grace Norton of Guilford, formerly of Ockley, Surrey Co., England.

Abigail:<br>Born 1640. Married Humphrey Spinning.

Daniel:<br>Baptized 1644. Married Elizabeth Jordan in 1664. He died in 1720.

William<br>Born about 1642. Married Abigail Dudley. Prior to 1672 he, in common with 26 others, bought a tract of land which they called Horseneck ( because of the shape and the way it extended into the Sound [New York]). It was a famous horse pasture where General Israel Putnam made is famous leap with his horse.

JOHN:

<br>

This son of George and Mary was born about 1630. He settled in Wethersfield and married Mary Merriam of Concord. He was one of the signers of the original agreement to move out the jurisdictions of Connecticut; he became one of the founders of Hadley in 1659. He moved to Hatfield in the latter part of his life and died there in 1706. His wife died in 1702. He fathered nine (9) children.

Mary <br>Born in 1651.

John:<br>Born in 1655; married Mary Wright in 1676.

Hannah:<br>Born 1656; died 1662

Jonathan:<br>Born 1659. He had land in Concord. He died 1728.

Daniel:<br>Born 1661. Married Ester Rice in 1683. He died in 1744.

Mercy:<br>Born 1664. Married Jonathan Boardman, son of Samuel and Mary Boardman of Wethersfield in 1685.

*Isaac:<br>Born 1667. (see next listing)

Mary:<br>Born 1669; married Daniel Warner in 1688.

Sarah:<br>Born 1672. Married Samuel Cowles, son of John and Deborah (Bartlett) Cowles in 1698.

ISAAC

The son of John and Mary, born 1667, was one of the 40 first settlers of Sunderland (home lot, no. 8, West side). He was one of the first Deacons of the Sunderland Church. He married Anna Warner, daughter of Daniel and Mary Warner. She was born in 1669 and died in 1750. He died also in 1750. They had eight children.

John:<br>Born about 1693; married Hannah Cowles of East Hartford, Conn.

*Isaac:<br>Born 1695. (See next listing)

Mary:<br>Born 1697.

Daniel:<br>Born 1699

Hannah:<br>Born 1701; married Nathaniel Matoon in 1727.

Jonathan:<br>Born 1703; graduated from Yale in 1724; ordained minister.

Joseph: <br>Born 1708.

David:<br>Born 1711.

ISAAC

The son of Isaac and Anna, born in 1695, was also on of the first settlers of Sunderland (home lot No. 14, East side.) The dwelling erected by him was taken down in 1864. In later years he moved to Plumtrees and lived where his son, Giles, afterward lived. He was a Town Clerk, Selectman, etc. He married Christian Gunn, daughter of Deacon Samuel and Elizabeth (Wyatt) Gunn in 1723. She died in 1744 and he married Abigail, daughter of John and Sarah (Moody), Kellogg of Hadley, and widow of Jonathan Atherton. He died in 1763. He had seven (7) children with Christian.

Israel:<br>Born 1725. His house was kept as a tavern for nearly 100 years and it was here the Minute Men assembled in 1775, spent the night and the next morning set out for the seat of war. He was a active Whig in the Revolution.

Hannah:<br>Born 1727; married Simeon Graves in 1745, Absalom Scott in 1751 and Samuel Smead in 1779.

Isaac:<br>Born 1730, his son Moses enlisted in the Revolutionary Army.

Elijah:<br>Born 1731.

Christian:<br>Born 1733; married Paul Field in 1753 and Ebenezer Field in 1786.

Anna:<br>Born 1739; married Ezekiel Woodbury of Barre in 1774.

*Giles:<br>Born September 7, 1742 (See next entry)

GILES

Giles, son of Isaac and Christian, was born in 1742. He settled on a farm at Plumtrees, the southernly half of which, in 1899, was still occupied by descentants. He was a man considered of much sense and shrewdness; a selectman for many years and very prominent in town affairs. He married Editha daughter of Jonathan Field in 1767. He died in 1824. They had ten (10) children:

Elisha:<br>Born 1768; died 1826.

Giles:<br>Born 1771; had four (4) wived before his death in 1852.

Lucretia:<br>Born 1773; married William Delano.

Phineas:<br>Born 1775; married Catharine, daughter of Elisha and Elizabeth Nash. Move to Canada in 1805; settled in Stanstead.

Sylvanus:<br>Born 1777,

Rufas:<br>Born 1779.

Edetha:<br>Born 1781, married Beal Crocker.

*Martin<br>Born 1783 (See next Listing)

Achsah:<br>Born 1785; married Ebenezer Higgins of Auburn, NY

Dorothy:<br>Born 1790; married William Delano.

MARTIN

Martin, son of Giles and Editha, was born on November 25, 1783. Captain, lived on his father s estate in Plumtrees. Married Jerusha Clark, daughter of Sylvanus Clark. She died in 1837. In 1842 he married Hope (Miller) widow of Benjamin Ludden of Williamsburg. He died in 1860. He and Jerusha had eight (8) children.

George:<br>Born 1810; died 1867

Elihu Clark: Born 1811; died 1833.

Mary Jerusha: Born 1814; married C. Edson Waite of Easthampton.

*Martin Luther: Born August 1814. (See next listing)

Claudius Buchanan:<br>Born 1819; died 1873.

Alanson:<br>Born 1822, succeeded to his fathers farm.

Martha:<br>Born 1824.

Elisha:<br>Born 1827; died 1858.

MARTIN LUTHER

Martin Luther, son of Martin and Jerusha, born in 1826, lived on Flag Swamp Road, in Conn. where he died. He married Harriet, daughter of Ira Montague in 1842. She died in 1860 and he married Eliza, daughter of Adophus and Maomi Alvord of Shelburne. She died in 1866 and he married Eliza Barber, widow of William Dickinson of Amherst.

Children of Harriet:

Fannie Jerusha:<br>Born 1843; married John Montague in 1867 and died 1868.

George Montague:<br>Born 1854

Children of Eliza Barber:

Martin Elisha:<br>Born 1870; married Nina Jennings of Whately; died in 1920 in Springfield.

*Herbert Alanson:<br>Born May 12, 1874

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Continuing Hubbard Issues, By Arthur  M Hubbard - Nov 28, 1999

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop, George H/Eliz Watts

Two responses I have made to recent posts at this site:

The George Hubbard conundrum will continue but I can offer the following. There is allot of information available to the serious researcher that clearly defines the different families. There are allot of haphazard information gatherers that over the years and currently have muddied the waters. Some of the most common problems encountered are the use and reuse of the same first name for cousins and second cousins etc. and the use of a popular name for the time period. There is also the reuse of the same first name for a child where the previous child by the same first name died. Marriage of sisters and brothers to sisters and brothers in another family is common. And just when you thought you had it right out pops the second marriage scenario and if that dose not drive you nuts the boundary lines of Colonies and States changed.

As for George Hubbard-Elizabeth Watts buried at the Middletown CT and George Hubbard-Mary Bishop buried in Guilford CT. There is evidence to support that in 1635 both George Hubbards left Watertown(MABayCOL) in the same exploration party(sixty men, women and children) for CT. I do not know if they were related. They were not father and son. It can be speculated that they may have been cousins but I do not know this. I have found one reference that connects them by marriage.* Elizabeth Watts brother Thomas Watts marries Elizabeth Steel whose brother James Steel marries Ann Bishop sister of Mary Bishop. This of course makes Elizabeth Watts Hubbard and Mary Bishop Hubbard distant sister in laws. This relationship I am sure is one of the contributing factors to the confusion relating the two Georges.*1YK of Hubbard History note on bottom of p270/another source says it was not Anne Bishop but another sister Bethia Bishop that marries James Steel, It makes little difference for the points being made here.

George Hubbard b England circa 1600 d Guilford CT 1/1683 marries Mary Bishop b1605. They immigrated with two children Mary and John b circa 1630 in England, to the Massachusuts Bay Colony 1633. John is placed in the care of the George and Susan(Raven)Merriam family. The Merriams' have a daughter named Mary b1634 Concord MA who eventually marries John Hubbard 1648/9 in Hatfield MA. They eventually have a son named Isaac who maries Anne Warner. Now, remember George Merriam. He was the son of William and Sarah(Burgess)Merriam. George had two brothers, older brother Joseph(b1600-d1640) and younger brother Robert(b c1610 in Kent,Eng-d Feb 15, 1682 Concord,MA). Robert Merriam married Mary Sheaf(e) b circa 1620-d1693. Mary Sheafe Merriam was Mary Merriam's aunt. As a side note John Hubbard had a brother named Jonathan who married Hannah Merriam sister to Mary Merriam daughter of George and Susan and niece to Robert and Mary(Sheafe)Merriam.

Cites:

-Bonds Genealogies-History of Watertown Mass

-Dr,Alvan Talcotts records Guilford Town Clerks Office

-1000 Years Hubbard History

-DAR records

-Hubbard Family Genealogical Newsletter compiled by Leslie S. Hubbard

-The American Genealogist Vol 10

-Gendex.com Ref I18418/I18419

-webGED:Family Tree Merriam

 

George Hubbard - Mary Bishop, By Joan Lanphear - Nov 25, 1999

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop

George Hubbard (came from Eng. c. 1634-35), d. Jan. 1683, Guilford, CT. m. Mary Bishop, b. 1605, d. Sept. 14. 1676

John Hubbard c. 1630-1706, m. Mary Merriam, c. 1634-1702

Isaac Hubbard, 1667-1750, m. Anne Warner, 1669-1750

David Hubbard, 1711-1787, m. Miriam Cooley, d. 1804

Elijah Hubbard, 1758-1834, m. Abigail Clapp, 1762-1827

Elijah Hubbard, 1787-1833, m. Rhoda Graves, 1785-1853

Avery Douglas Hubbard, 1819-1907, m. Amy Stoughton Dickinson, 1823-1885

Charles Elijah Hubbard, 1857-1938, m. Josephine Barrus, 1869-c. 1934

Amy Dickinson Hubbard, 1902-1939, m. Michael Edward Yarrows, 1902-1978

Joan Hubbard Yarrows, 1937- , m. Frederick Leland Lanphear, 1937

 

George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts: THE REAL SCOOP, By Coralynn Brown - Nov 18, 1999 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts, Hubbard GLEANINGS

This is a very, very long entry. If I run out of space, I will continue it in a part 2. This information is well documented (I would need an entire entry just for the documentation) and gives info on 6 or 7 generations. It gets very unwieldy therefore, but hang in there. If I put this all on familytreemaker (haven't decided yet) and learn HOW to upload it to a website, I could do that. No promises, though.

George Hubbard moved from Hartford to Middletown, CT as early as 1650-53. He lived north of the residence of the late Dr. Osborne on the east side of Main St. His wife is said to have been ELIZABETH WATTS, dau of Richard Watts of Hartford and sister of Capt. Thomas Watts who settled on the corner directly west of Mr. Hubbard. The children of George and Elizabeth were:

1. Mary Hubbard b. 1-16-1641/42, Middletown, m THOMAS RANNEY.

2. Joseph Hubbard b 12-10-1643 Mdltn, m MARY PORTER.

3. Daniel Hubbard b 12-7-1645, Mdltn, m MARY CLARKE & (2) SARAH CORNWALL.

4. Samuel Hubbard b 5/1648 Mdltn m SARAH KIRBY.

5. George Hubbard b. 1650, Mdltn, unmarried.

6. Nathaniel Hubbard, b 12-10-1652 Mdltn, m MARY EARLE (name was a bit smudged on page.)

7. Richard Hubbard b 7/1655 Mdltn, m MARTHA CORNWALL.

8. Elizabeth Hubbard b. 1-15-1659/60, Mdltn, m THOMAS WETMORE/WHITMORE.

SECOND GENERATION

Children of Mary Hubbard & Thomas Ranney:

(1) Thomas Ranney b 3-1-1660/61 Mdltn, m REBECCA WILLET.

(2) John Ranney b 11-14-1662 Mdltn, m HANNAH TURNER.

(3) Joseph Ranney b 9/1663, Mdltn, m MARY STARR.

(4) Mary Ranney, b. 10/1665, Mdltn, m JOHN SAVAGE.

(5) Elizabeth Ranney b 4-12-1668 Mdltn, m JONATHAN WARNER.

(6) Ebenezer Ranney b circa 1670, m SARAH WARNER.

(7) Esther Ranney b 1673,Mdltn, m NATHANIEL SAVAGE.

(8) Hannah Ranney b 1675, Mdltn, unmarried.

(9) Margaret Ranney b 1-10-1678/79 Mdltn, m STEPHEN CLARK.

(10) Abigail Ranney b circa 1680 m WALTER HARRIS.

(11) Mercy Ranney b 1682 Mdltn.

2. Joseph Hubbard & Mary Porter children:

(1) Joseph Hubbard b. 10-22-1671 Mdltn, d bef 1705.

(2) Robert Hubbard b 10-30-1673, Mdltn, m ABIGAIL ADKINS.

(3) George Hubbard b 10-7-1675 Mdltn, m MEHITABLE MILLER, & (2) ANN (CORNWALL) PENFIELD.

(4) John Hubbard b 7-30-1678, Mdltn, m MARY PHILLIPS.

(5) Mary Hubbard b 1-23-1680/81, Mdltn, d.4-19-1682.

(6) Elizabeth Hubbard b 3-26-1682, Mdltn, there is a question re did she marry Thomas WRIGHT?

3. Daniel Hubbard and Mary Clarke had one child:

(1) Daniel Hubbard b. 12-16-1673 Middletown, CT, m SUSANNAH BAILEY and (2): Bathsheba STOWE.

Daniel Hubbard and Sarah Cornwall(or Cornell) children:

(1) Margaret Hubbard b. 1676 Mdltn, m JOHN WARD.

(2) Mary Hubbard b 1678, Mdltn, d 1679.

(3) Sarah Hubbard b 1680/81 Mdltn, m EDWARD FOSTER/

(4) Mary Hubbard b 1686 Mdltn, d 1719 Mdltn.

4. Samuel Hubbard 1648-1731 and Sarah KIRBY 1654-apx 1731 (dau of John Kirby and Elizabeth HINDS) chilren:

(1) Sarah Hubbard b 10/7/1674 died young.

(2) Esther Hubbard b 12/4/1675, m Joseph BUTLER.

(3) Samuel Hubbard b 3-27-1678 m Martha PECK.

(4) Thomas Hubbard b 2-8-1679, d bef Dec. 1731.

(5) George Hubbard b 12/29/1680 m Mercy SEYMOUR,

(2) Sarah COALE, (3) Sarah WOODRUFF.

(6) Elizabeth Hubbard b. 9/7/1683 m (as 3rd wife) Thomas

LEE.

(7) Watts Hubbard b 3/1/1686, Hartford, CT d 6/10/1710.

(8) Abigail Hubbard b 4/1687, Hartford, CT d 4/1687.

(9) Mary Hubbard b 2/1688-89 Hartford, CT m Isaac LEE.

(10) John Hubbard b 8/1691 Hartford, CT m Agnes

(Spencer) HUMPHREY.

(11) Sarah Hubbard, b 11/10/1696, Hartford, C^T m John

GURNEY (sp?)

The first six children were born in Middletown, CT, the last

five in Hartford.

5. George Hubbard died at 25 yrs of age, unmarried.

6. Nathaniel Hubbard 1652-1738 m Mary Earle 1663-1732.

Children:

(1) Mary Hubbard b 3/9/1683-4. Unmarried.

(2) Abigail Hubbard b 2/16/1686 Middeltown, CT m

Jonathan BURR.

(3) Elizabeth Hubbard b 7/17/1688 Mdltn, m David

STRICKLAND.

(4) Nathaniel Hubbard b 9/14/1690 Mdltn, m Sarah

JOHNSON.

(5) John Hubbard b 11/28/1692 Mdltn, m Elizabeth

STOWE.

(6) Sarah Hubbard b 10/5/1694 Mdltn.

(7) Ebenezer Hubbard b 10/21/1696 Mdltn, m Hannah

WHITMORE.

(8) Thankful Hubbard b 10/6/1698 Mdltn, m Joseph

MILLER.

(9) Hannah Hubbard b 7/4/1700 Mdltn, m John STOWE.

(10) Esther Hubbard b 7/20/1702, Mdltn, m Nathaniel

BACON.

7.Richard Hubbard 1655-1732 Middletown, CT m Martha Cornwall (or Cornell) 1669-1741, dau of John Cornwall and Martha Peck. Children:

(1) Martha Hubbard b 1/3/1691-3, Mdltn, m Jonah

STRICKLAND.

(2) Elizabeth Hubbard b. 7/1/1694 Mdltn, m Joseph

DeWOLF.

(3) Hannah Hubbard b. 6/12/1696 Mdltn, m Samuel

WHITMORE.

(4) Mary Hubbard b 4/9/1699 Mdltn, d 5/6/1699.

(5) Mary Hubbard b 4/17/1700 Mdltn, m Jeremiah

OSGOOD.

(6) Richard Hubbard b 8/25/1706 Mdltn, d 11/8/1709.

8. Elizabeth Hubbard 1659-1725 Middletown,CT m Thomas WHITMORE/Wetmore, 1652-1689 son of Thomas Whitmore and Sarah Hall(?) Children:

(1) Elizabeth Whitmore b 9/2/1686 Middletown, CT d 1760.

Married Ephraim ADKINS (1685-1760) son of Josiah Adkins and Elizabeth Whitmore. (this looks odd).

(2) Thomas Whitmore b 1/8/1688-9 Mdltn, d 1711 age 22.

THIRD GENERATION (this is where it starts to burgeon.)

I'll do some more later. Notice how they recycle the same first names over and over and over. No wonder people find searching their ancestors challenging!!

 

Extensive history of Hubbard Family,  (Geo/Mary Bishop), By Coralynn Brown - Nov 18, 1999 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop, Hubbard GLEANINGS

I found where MARY BISHOP really figures into the Hubbard lines. She is not the mother of George Hubbard who married Elizabeth Watts. as is sometimes reported.

She is more of a contemporary of his and she was married to a George Hubbard, which may have contributed to all the confusion.

From "The Hubbard Thompson Memorial" a Genealogical Record and Historical Account of the ancestors and descendants of Ebenezer Hubbard and Mary Thompson, his wife, compiled and edited for Ellen Hubbard Skinner and Lillian Kimball Stewart, published in 1914, we find:

George Hubbard died in Guilford (CT) in January 1683. His will, on record in the Probate Office of New Haven, has a codicil dated May 23, 1682, in which he stated that his life had been prolonged, and devised a room in his house to his daughter Elizabeth. The inventory of his estate was taken May 30, 1683. George Hubbard's wife, MARY, daughter of John BISHOP, one of the original proprietors of Guilford, whom he married in England. She died Sept. 14, 1675.

George and Mary were survived by eight children: Mary, John, Sarah, Hannah, Elizabeth, Abigail, William and Daniel. Children:

Mary was married in 1647 to John Fowler, a Deputy Magistrate and deacon of the church at Guilford. She died in 1713.

Sarah, born in Wethersfield in 1634, was married to Daniel Harrison of New Haven, and went to Newark, New Jersey.

Hannah, born in Wethersfield in 1637 married Jacob Melyen, son of Patroon, Cornelius Melyen of New Haven in 1662. They removed to Boston, where she died in 1717.

Elizabeth, born in Wethersfield in 1638, was married late in life to Deacon John Norton of Guilford.

Abigail, baptized in Milford May 26, 1644, was married in 1657 to Humphrey Spinning of New Jersey.

Daniel, baptized in Milford May 26, 1644, married Elizabeth Jordan, and died in Guilford in 1720. His grandson, Daniel, was one of the wealthiest men of New England, and at his death in 1751 left an estate valued at more than 20,000 pounds. (we have no English pound sign on our keyboards, sorry).

William, youngest son of George and Mary (Bishop) Hubbard, married Abigail Dudley, and settled in Greenwich, CT.

The grave of George Hubbard was in the Guilford cemetery, south of where the soldiers' monument now stands in the center of the Guilford village green. This cemetery was not used after 1817, and the gravestones were removed. An interesting relic of George Hubbard is still in existence (remember, this was pub in 1914) in Guilford and has never been out of the Hubbard family. It is a linen chest brought by him from England. it is made of oak, is about four feet high and two feet deep, with a crude scroll work embellishing the front. The wood, all except the panels, is two inches thick, and is held together with wooden pegs. It formerely opened at the top, but a...... (that's where I run out of this document, sorry.)

Some of you are indeed descended from this George Hubbard. HOWEVER: this is not the George Hubbard who married Elizabeth Watts. This one married Mary Bishop. These 2 couples were in the same basic generation. If you have them listed in a father/son family scenario, expunge this now. .

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

NEHGR 3:233; The Pease Family: (28) V. Noah [35-4] was born in Somers, 1740, and died 20 Jul 1818. His first wife was Mary Ward, who was born 1738 and died Nov 3, 1807. His second wife was Dorcus Arnold, widow of Samuel Arnold of Somers, and daughter of Deacon John HUBBARD, of Ellington, CT, by whom he had no children.

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Thankful HUBBARD, b. 23 Jul 1719, m. Joseph Smith Jr., By Jane Devlin - Feb 9, 2001 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!

From: Genealogical & Ecclesiastical History of New Britian, CT; Alfred Andrews; 1867

p. 143:

(29) Joseph SMITH, jun., son of No. (25) & Mary (RYCE) his wife, b. 13 Jul 1710, m. 2 Mar 1737, No.(30); she d. 21 May 1764, aged 45, when he m. second, Sep 1766, Widow Esther Deming, No. (167); he kept a tavern on East street, probably the homestead of his father; he went by the title of landlord many years; he left an estate of 1146 13s; he d. 25 Mar 1792, aged 82; Capt. Jonathn Belden, Executor; his second wife, Esther, No.(167) d. 21 Jun 1804, aged 82.

(30) The wife of Joseph SMITH, Jun; this was Thankful HUBBARD, of Middletown, daughter of George & Mary (SEYMOUR), his wife, daughter of Capt. Richard, b. 23 Jul 1719, m. 2 Mar 1737, No.(29)

Their Children:

1) Elnathan, b. 3 Nov, o.s. 1738, m. 9 Jul 1767, No.(156), Chloe.

2) Gideon, b. 1 Dec 1740, d. Nov 30th, 1762, at Havanna, in the French War, Capt. Patterson's company.

3) Joseph, b. 11 Oct 1744; was in the war of Revolution; m. an only daughter of Dr. White, of Philadelphia.

4) Thankful, b. 17 Nov 1746, m. 1st 1766, Isaac Langdon, before Rev. Samuel Clark

5) Gordon, b. 12 Aug 1749, m. 11 Oct 1772, Ruth Judd, dau. of Capt. Phineas; he d. in the army of the Revolution

6) Abigail, b. 15 Apr 1752, m. 17 Dec 1769, No(124), Samuel Andrus

7) Rhoda, b. 15 Sep 1753, m. John Doge of Boston; descendants in Vermont

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Extensive history of the Hubbard Family (the HOBARTS), By Coralynn Brown - Nov 17, 1999 

Categories: HOBART info, Hubbard GLEANINGS

I have obtained a lot of authentic genealogy recently, much of it very well documented. First: I am coming to the conclusion that the Hobart family and Hubbard family were not exactly one and the same. The group that settled in Mass tended to spell the name Hobart, whereas the ones who settled in CT wrote Hubbard.

First, let us dispense once and for all the erroneous parentage given to George Hubbard b. 1601 in SE England who married Elizabeth Watts. His parents are not known.

The ones you see printed on some other websites were real people and I've even found them, but they were in other family configurations, not George's.

The first group I found on a Hobart Genealogy (on Rootsweb)

Edmund Hobart b. 1572/73 in Hingham, England, married Margaret Dewey in 1600 in England. He died 3-8-1645/46 in Hingham, MA. Margaret was born abt 1574 in Wymondham, England. She died 9-16-1632 in Charleston, MA. Edmund and Margaret had the following children:

( 1.) Nazareth Hobart- b. 6-7-1601 in Wymondham, England. She married Robert Turner 11-09-1626. She died 9-23-1658 in Hingham, MA. Nazareth m (2nd) John Beals in July of 1628 in Hingham, England.

(2.) Sarah Hobart- b 12-26-1617 in Hingham, Eng. d 7/28/1682.

(3.) Edmund Hobart- b. 10-13-1606 in Hingham, Eng. He married Elizabeth Elmes 10-13-1632 in Hingham, Eng. He died 2-16-1684/85 in Hingham, MA.

( 4.) Rev. Peter Hobart born 10-09-1604 in Hingham, Eng. Married Elizabeth Ibrook in Hingham, Eng. He died 10-20-1678/79 in Hingham, MA.

Rev. Peter and Elizabeth had the following children:

1. Joshua Hobart- 7/12/1628 in Hingham, Eng. m

Margaret Vassel in Barbados, West Indies. He died

on 2-28-1716/17 in Southold, Long Island, NY. He was

also married to Mary Sunderland.

2. Jeremiah Hobart- b 4-6-1630 in Southwold, Eng.

married Elizabeth Whiting in 1663. He died 11-6-1715

in Haddam, CT.

3. Elizabeth Hobart- b. 4-19-1632 Hingham, Eng.

married John Ripley. she died 3-26-1692 in Hingham,

MA.

4. Josiah Hobart- b 1634 in Southwold, Eng. m Mary.

Died Feb of 1710/11 in East Hampton, Long Is. NY

5. Ichabod Hobart- b. 10-3-1635 in Charlestown, MA.

died July 1636 in Hingham, MA.

6. Hannah Hobart- b. 4-30-1637 in Hingham, MA, died

5-19-1637 in Hingham, MA.

7. Hannah Hobart- b. 5-15-1638 in Hingham, MA m

John Brown 1658. She d 9-11-1691 Bristol, MA.

8. Bathsheba Hobart- b. 9-28-1640 in Hingham MA.

Married Joseph Tuner 1674, she died 4-14-1724.

9. Israel Hobart- b. 6-29-1642 in Hingham, MA. m

Sarah Witherell 1668. He d 1731 in Scituate, MA>

10. Jael Hobart- b 12-28-1643 in Hingham, MA, she m

Joseph Bradford in 1664. She died 4-18-1730 in

Kingston, MA

After his first wife passed away, Rev. Peter Hobart married again. He m on 7-3-1646 Rebecca Ibrook (peck?) in Hingham, MA. They had the following children:

1. Japhet Hobart b 4-4-1647 in Hingham MA. He died

before 1670.

2. Nehemiah Hobart- b 11-20-1648 in Hingham, MA.

She died 1712 in Newton, MA.

3. David Hobart- b 8-7-1651 in Hingham, MA, d 1717

in Hingham.

4. Rebecca Hobart- b 4-9-1654 in Hingham MA. d 1727

in Stonington, CT.

5. Abigail Hobart- b 10-19-1656 in Hingham MA. d on

4-12-1683 in Hingham.

6. Lydia Hobart- b 1-7-1658/59 in Hingham, MA. She

d l732 in Hingham.

7. Hezekiah Hobart- b 8-30-1661 in HIngham, MA.

She died 1662 in HIngham

(5). Thomas Hobart b. 6-23-1605/06 in Hingham, Eng. He m Anne Ptomer in 1629 in Wymondham, Eng. He died in 1689 in Hingham, MA.

(6) Alice Hobart- b 3-22-1606/07 in Hingham, Eng. Married Thomas Chubbuck 1631-32 in Hardingham, Eng. He died 2-20-1674/75 in Hingham, MA.

(7) Mary Hobart- b. abt 1608 in Hingham, Eng.

(8) Anthony Hobart- b 10-8-1609 in HIngham, Eng. died on 12-22-1609 in Hingham, Eng.

(9) Edward Hobart- b 11-4-1610 in Hingham, Eng. d 1610 same place.

(10) Rebecca Hobart- b 12-29-1611 in HIngham, Eng. Married Edward Bangs in 1635, she died before 1679.

(11) Mehitabel Hobart- was born about 1612 in Hingham, Eng.

(12) Elizabeth Hobart- b 1613 in Hingham, Eng. d 1655, same place.

(13) Joshua Hobart- b 10-9-1614 in HIngham, Eng. He married Ellen Ibrook in 1637/38 in Cambridge, MA. He died 1682 in Hingham, MA.

I HAVE MORE on THIS LINE, and if it looks like one of yours, let me know, but......I THINK YOU GET THE IDEA already. These are Hobarts; not once did I see the name spelled Hubbard. If these names were used for one family, and you have proof, let me know please. I think they very well might have been separate families altogether.

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

HUBBARDS with some linking surnames(Geo/Eliz), By Coralynn Brown - Oct 31, 1999 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts, Hubbard GLEANINGS

These surnames link with up some of the HUBBARDS of New England (fr the book "Hubbard Genealogy" by David Dudley Field). NOT a complete list by a longshot; I also have the Hubbards fr that book listed.

Ackley, Sarah Ormargaretbates

Backus, Sarah (Spencer) (1644/45-1666)

Stephen

BAILEY, Benjamin. John, Lydia,

Sarah (1738-1823)

Susanna (1677-1719)

BATES, Elizabeth, Margaret

BEARDING, Sarah

BECKLEY, Deborah

BENTON, Hubbard Fudler ( -1846)

Martha (Hubbard)

BLACKFORD, Hannah

BRAINARD, Daniel

Hannah (Spencer) (1653-1690/91)

BROOKS, Abigail (1732-1802)

Anna

Joshua

Thomas (1640-1668)

Thomas (1664-1734)

BURR, Benjamin

Martha (Hubbard) (abt 1743- )

CHADWICK, Daniel,

Katherine (Shaylor) (1703- )

CLARK, Anna (shaylor) (1683- )

Anne (abt 1733-1811)

David

Eunice, Hannah, John, John( -1731), Joseph,

Judith(Sutliff), Katherine ( -aft 1756), Mary (abt

1634-1673), Rose(Keredge)(abt 1587- ), Ruth

(Spencer) (1654-1744), Thankful (abt 1745-1835)

Thomas, Thomas(abt 1583- ), William, William

(abt 1615-1681)

CLARKE, John, Sarah (1652- )

CONE, Daniel, Elisha, Hannah(Hubbard (1708- ),

Mehitable(Spencer) (1642-1691)

CORNELL, Sarah

CORNWELL, Martha

DENFIELD, Anne

DERRIFIELD, Ann

DOUGLAS, Roxana(Hubbard) (1788-1826)

Salmon

EARL, Mary (-- 1732)

FOSTER, Mary (---1707)

HARRIS, Agnes

HEANE, Agnes Pratt

HILLS, Hannah(abt 1616-1692), Joan

HOWARD, Rebecca (1648-1684)

Lydia(Kilbourn) (1615/16-1676)

HUBBARD, Aaron (1735- )

Abigail (1794-1845)

Alice (Shaylor) (1712/13- )

Amanda (1806-1857)

Anna (Walkley) (abt 1755-1825)

Anne (Clark) (abt 1733-1811)

Asahel (abt 1722-1842)

Calvin (abt 1764-1820)

Corodon (1797-1891)

Damarias(Wakeley)

Daniel: ones born 1645, 1673, 1701, 1728.

Demas (1814- )

Denise

Edmund (1737/8- )

Elizabeth (1657- )

Elizabeth (Watts) (1622-1702)

Eunice (Clark)

Florinda (1808-1891)

George (1601- 1684/5)

George (1650- )

Hannah (1708- )

Hepsibah (Smith)

James (1732-1808)

Jeremiah (1715/16- )

Job (1740-1822)

Joel (1727/28-1808)

Joseph (1643-1686)

Lucy (Richmond) (1801- )

Margaret (1676- )

Martha (1711- )

Martha (abt 1743- )

Martha (Cornwell)

Mary (1641-1721) Mary (1678- ) Mary

(1686-1719) Mary (1698-1775), Mary(Clarke)

(1634-1673),Mary (Earl)( - 1732), Mary

(Foster) ( -1707),

Mehitable (1683- )

Michael

Nathaniel (1652-1738)

Richard (1655-1732)

Roxana (1788-1826)

Samuel (1648-1732)

Samuel (1731-1812)

Sarah(1681- ), Sarah(Bailey)(abt 1738-1823),

Sarah(Cornwell), Sarah(Kirby)(1653- ), Sarah

(Knowles)( -1832), Sarah(Smith)(abt 1733-

1818), Sarah(Wakeley).

Shaler (abt 1749-1832

Susanna (1703- )

Susanna (Bailey) (abt 1677-1719)

Temperance(Shaylor) (1704- )

Thankful (Clark) (abt 1745-1835)

Thomas (1713/14- )

Thomas (1790/91-1879)

Timothy (1734-1809)

Timothy (1767-1855)

Timothy (1810- )

KENNARD, John, Rebecca(Spencer)(1660-1706)

KEREDGE, Rose (abt 1587- )

KILBOURN, Lydia (1615/16-1676)

KIRBY, Sarah (1653- )

KNOWLES, Sarah ( -1832)

LEWIS, Elizabeth

MACKWORTH, Anges (abt 1562- )

MOORE, Miriam

MUNGER, Ebenezer, Elizabeth(Hubbard)(1706- )

PARENTS, Elizabeth, Mary

PARMELEE, John ( -1775), Mary(Hubbard)(1698-1775)

PORTER, Rebecca

POST, Nathan, Abigail(Hubbard)(1794-1845)

PRATT, Hannah, Robert, Phebe(Shaylor)(1699- )

RANNEY, Thomas, Mary(Hubbard)(1641-1721)

READING, Sarah

RICHMOND, Galen (1774-1836)

Lucy (1801- )

Sarah (Whitman) (1777-1839)

SCOVILLE, Hannah(Shaylor)(1715- ), William

SEXTON, George, Hannah(Spencer)(1653-1690/91)

SHAYLOR, Abel (1673- )

Alice (1712/13- )

Alice(Marah)(Spencer) (1641-1692)

Anna (1683- )

Elizabeth (1700- )

Elizabeth (Lewis)

Elizabeth (Parents)

Hannah (1715- )

Hezekiah (1706- )

Joseph (1708- )

Katherine (1703- )

Katherine (Parents)

Mary (Smith)

Nathaniel (1677- )

Phebe (1699- )

Samuel (1710/11- )

Temperance (1704- )

Thomas ( -abt 1692)

Thomas (1670-1753)

Thomas (1709- )

Timothy (abt 1675- )

SMITH, Hepsibah, Lydia, Mary, Sarah (abt 1733-1818)

SNOW, Elizabeth

SPENCER, Agnes (Harris)

Agnes Pratt (Heane)

Alice (abt 1616- )

Alice (Marah)(1641-1692)

Alice (Whitebread) (abt 1578- )

Ann (Derrifield)

Anne (Denfield)

Deborah (Beckley)

Elizabeth (1602- )

Elizabeth (1646- )

Elizabeth (Bates)

Elizabeth (Shaylor) (1700- )

Elizabeth (Spencer) (abt 1540-1599)

Gerard (1576- bef 1646)

Gerard (1614-1685)

Grace (abt 1654- )

Hannah (Blackford)

Hannah (1653-1690/91)

Hannah (Hills)(abt 1616-1692)

Hannah (Pratt)

Hannah (Willey)

Henry (1605-1607)

Isabel, Isobel

Jered

Joan (Hills)

John (1603/04- )

John (1636-1682)

Lydia (Bailey)

Lydia (Smith)

Margaret (Bates)

Mehitable (1642-1691)

Michael (1556-1599)

Michael (1611-1653)

Miriam (Moore)(Wiley)

Nathaniel (1658-1722)

Rachel (1602- )

Rebecca (1660-1706)

Rebecca (Howard)(1648-1684)

Rebecca (Porter)

Richard (1608-1609)

Ruth (1654-1744)

Samuel (1650-1705)

Sarah (1644/45-1666)

Sarah (Bearding)

Sarah (Clarke)(abt 1652- )

Sarah (Reading)

Sarah Ormargaretbates(Ackley)

Thomas (1607-1687)

Thomas (Brooks)(1640-1668)

Timothy (1652-1704)

Timothy (abt 1616-1704)

William (1601-1640/41)

William (1656-1712/13)

STANNARD, Elizabeth(Spencer) (1646- ), Joseph

STONE, Aaron, Demas(Hubbard)(1814-- )

STOW, Abraham, Martha(Hubbard) (1711- )

SUTLIFF, Judith

TANNER, John, Rebecca(Spencer)(1660-1706)

THOMAS, Abigail (Brooks)(a732-1802)

Ebenezer (1727-1805)

Eunice (1767-1845)

Susannah (1786-1825)

TOMLINS, Timothy, Elizabeth(Spencer)(1602- )

WAKELEY, Damaris, Sarah

WALKLEY, Anna (abt 1755-1825)

WALLER, Elizabeth

WATTS, Agnes (Mackworth) (abt 1562- )

Elizabeth (abt 1622-1702)

Elizabeth (abt 1595-1666)

Richard (abt 1558-1635)

Richard (abt 1584-1655)

WHITBREAD, John, Eleanor (1550-1628)

WHITE, Elizabeth (abt 1655-1711)

WHITEBREAD, John(Clarke), Alice (abt 1578- )

WHITMAN, Sarah (1777-1839)

WILEY, Miriam Moore

WILLEY, Hannah

 

Coralynn's line (George Hubbard/Elizabeth Watts), By Coralynn Brown - Oct 28, 1999 

Newest information: NO one knows who the parents of George Hubbard (b. 1601) were. Never mind what you see on other genealogy websites; they are well meaning, but wrong. Everything you see in print is not necessarily true, and, I may add, especially when it comes to genealogy. I have emailed with people who spent a lot of time on this snafu only to realize that all current data are wrong. So, expunge the parents you may have written down as either:

George Hobart & Mary Bishop

Edmund Hobart & Margaret Dewey

Don't go down that road. Don't waste valuable time on proving one or the other is correct. They are both wrong.

Hope your pencil has a good eraser!!! Coralynn

George Hubbard b.1601 S.E.England,d.1684/5 Middletown, CT. married Elizabeth Watts b 1622 eng, d. 1702 in CT

Daniel Hubbard b.1645- d 1704 CT- m Mary Clarke

Daniel Hubbard b.1675- d 1756 CT-m Susannah Bailey

Daniel Hubbard b. 1701- d 1755 CT- m Temperance Shaler

Timothy Hubbard b.1734-d 1809 CT- m Sarah Bailey

Timothy Hubbard b.1767 CT- d. 1855 NY- m Eunice Thomas

Corodon Hubbard b. 1797CT- d 1891 NY m Lucy Richmond

Walter Dewey Hubbard b. 1821- d 1887 NY m Mary Melissa Palmer

Ella Hubbard b. 1853- d, 1923 NY m John Henry Brown

Wallace Drayton Brown b. 1878-d. 1944 NY-m Ruth Belle Jackson

(my grandparents)

The locations in New York State were Leyden, Lewis County, NY and Boonville, Oneida County, NY.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Elizabeth HUBBARD Stiles, By   - Dec 10, 2000 

Categories: Hubbard Gleanings!!!

From "Ye Heart of a Man, the Domestic Life of Men in Colonial New England", Lisa Wilson, Yale Univ. Press, 1999, p 153, chapter title: Widower:

"For the few who kept diaries, a wife's life deserved careful description. When Ezra STILES lost his dear wife Elizabeth in 1775, he recorded her death adding a loving narrative of her life. He began, "My Wife Elizabeth Stiles was the oldest Daughter of Col. John HUBBARD of New Haven & Elizabeth his first Wife, where she was born July 3, 1731, O[ld] S[tyle]." Stiles believed she had inherited the "Sagacity & Sensibility" of her father and the "Nobleness" of her mother. Her parents had trained her well for the "Variety of Business of female Life." They married and had eight children. She was an honest woman, "perhaps unexampled for her Love of Integrity." Her religious devotion included private prayer, reading the Bible "thro' 5 Times," raising her children carefully and various good works. Speaking to his intended audience, Stiles remarked, "it will be an honor to her Posterity to have decended from such an excellent Person"

[Stiles, Literary Diary, Vol 1, p 562-565]

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

NEHGR 4:75; Notices of the Greene Family: Benjamin Greene, son of Benjamin Greene & Mary Chandler, married Elizabeth HUBBARD, daughter of Daniel & Martha HUBBARD of New London, CT. This Martha was the daughter of Daniel & Mehitable Coit of New London. Children of Benjamin & Elizabeth [HUBBARD] Greene: one son, Benjamin, late of Boston, deceased in 1822, and daughters who married Grew, H. Wainwright, H. Chapman, & Chandler, and two unmarried.

 

GLEANINGS

 

HUBBARD Gleanings #6, By   - Aug 27, 2000 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!, Maine, MASS., New York

These collections are a mish-mash of HUBBARD data I run across while looking for other things. I hope them help someone.

NEHGR, Vol 54, Jan 1900, p 83: Marriages in Bolton, CT :

14 Aprl 1789, Nathanael HUBBARD & Eunice Alvord

26 Nov 1789, Ephraim Tucker & Pamela HUBBARD

22 Mar 1802, Nathaniel HUBBARD & Sarah Kingsbury

NEHGR, Vol 55, Jul 1901, p 282: Baptisms in Bolton, CT:

1 Sept 1793, dau. of Nathanael HUBBARD - Anna

2 Aug 1795, son of Nathanael HUBBARD - Edwin

16 Jul 1796, dau. of Nathanael HUBBARD - Florella

28 Apr 1799, dau. of Nathanael HUBBARD - Laura

30 Oct 1803, son of Nath'l HUBBARD - Denison

23 Nov 1805, son of Nath'l HUBBARD - Denizon

Canaan, Columbia Co., NY - 1850 census http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Acres/6307/canaan.html

359 823972 78 Hubbard Horace 39 M Farmer 72 NY

360 824072 78 Hubbard Welthy 30 F NY

361 831 72 78 Hubbard Albert S. 6 M MA X

Hubbard John M. 24 M Carriage tr**I** NY

NEHGR 52:467; Abraham Cruttenden of Guilford, Conn. & his Descendants; Ralph D. Smyth & Bernard C. Steiner.

Elizabeth Cruttenden,daughter of Abraham(2) Cruttenden, Jr. (Abraham1) of Guilford & Susannah Greigson; b. 22 Sep 1670; m. 1) Daniel HUBBARD, 5 Dec 1691 (he was b. Aug 1, 1666, and committed suicide in 1702, leaving an estate of 355); m. 2) William Smith, 9 Nov 1722. By her first husband she had: 1) Elizabeth HUBBARD, b. 6 Sep 1692, died young; 2) Elizabeth HUBBARD (2d), b. 31 Jan 1694; d. 6 Mar 1770; m. Abraham Fowler of Guilford, 14 Mar 1720; 3) Daniel HUBBARD, b. 7 Feb 1697, d. 28 Sep 1751, m. 1) Thankful Stone, 10 Apr 1728, m. 2) Diana Ward, 13 Oct 17?0. 4) Lieut. John HUBBARD of North Guilford, b. 20 May 1699, d. 11 Nov 1775, m. 1) Patience Chittenden,, 13 Jun 1721 (she was b. 19 Aug 1695 & d. 6 Jun 1769), m. 2) Anna Fowler, 11 Oct 1769. 5) Abraham HUBBARD, b. 3 Jan 1701, d. 12 Jul 1774. Lieut. John HUBBARD by his first wife had 8 children, among them was Abraham(5) HUBBARD of North Guilford, b. 8 Jun 1729; d. 8 Mar 180?, m. Hannah, dau. of Wm. Hedges of Long Island 5 Jan 1763. She was died 18 May 1884. They had 8 children. Among them was Abraham(6) HUBBARD, Jr. of North Guilford, b. 8 Mar 1766, d. 24 Feb 1800, m. Rachel, dau of Nathan Scranton. She d. Feb 28, 1826. They had five children, of whom the second was Sarah(7) HUBBARD, b. 12 Jun 1793, m. Amos Seward of Guilford, 10 Jul 1814. Their daughter, Rachel Stone Seward m. R.D. Smyth.

NEHGR 55:281- ;Records of the Church in Bolton, Conn., Mary K. Talcott

1793 - Sept 1 <br>Daughter of Nathanael HUBBARD - Anna

1795 - Aug 2<br>Son of Nathanael HUBBARD - Edwin

1796 - Jul 16<br>Daughter of Nathanael HUBBARD - Florella

1799 - Apr 28<br>Daughter of Nathanael HUBBARD - Laura

1803 - Oct 30 Son of Nathanael HUBBARD - Denison

1805 - Oct 20<br>Son of Nathl HUBBARD Denizon

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Hubbard Gleanings #4, By   - Aug 3, 2000 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!, MASS.

NEHGR Vol 1:171, The Minot Family, Lemuel Shattuck

P 175: Daughter of Rebecca Jones [daughter of John Jones] & her second husband, Catp. Joseph Bulkeley: Rebecca Bulkeley, b. 25 Dec 1696, m. Joseph HUBBARD, 10 Nov 1713.

About 1725, Jonathan Minot of Westford (then part of Chelmsford) and Joseph HUBBARD sold to Thomas Jones of Concord, "the whole of the right of their mother, Rebecca Bulkeley, deceased in Acton, allowed to the heirs of her father John Jones, and to Dorothy Hunt, deceased, the former wife of Samuel Hunt, one of the heirs of Rebecca Buckeley." Joseph HUBBARD was the ancestor of most of the name in Concord.

Children of Capt. Benjamin Barrett & Lydia Minot of Concord:

1) James Barrett, b. 31 Jul 1710, married Rebecca HUBBARD, 21 Dec 1732.

2) Stephen, b. 18 Apr 1720, m. Elisabeth HUBBARD, then widow Howe of Concord, & settled in Paxton.

Children of Capt. Daniel Adams & Elizabeth Minot o Lincoln (then within the bounds of Concord):

1) Mary, b. 18 May 1730, m. 1) Peter HUBBARD; 2) Capt. Timothy Wheeler.

NEHGR Vol 6:343; Early Settlers of Essex & Old Norfolk:

HUBBARD, Richard, Ipswich, 1668 --. James, Lynn, 1642, Jeremiah, ae. 28 in 1660. William, Sen., Ipswich, wf. Judith, 1657. William, Jr. ae 40 in 1665. Richard, wf. martha, sis. to Peter Eyer or Ayer. Joseph & Jeremie, bros. of Richard, 1679. Mary Hose or Hews, sister to Richard [?]. William, father-in-law to John Whittingham, & Samuel Haugh, bro. to J.W. richard, son of William. Mr. William, br-in-law to Ezekiel Rogers. (He m. Mary Rogers). Mr. Richard, estate settled 1681, wf. Sarah, ch. Sarah, Richard, Nathaniel, John, Simon. Richard, Salisbury, blacksmith, 1665.

NEHGR Vol 8, p 128w: Early Wills: Joshua HUBBARD helped to take the inventory of Thomas Thaxter of Higham. Joshua HUBBARD deposed. Hingham, 20 Apr 1654

NEHGR, Vol 3, p 292: Marriages & Deaths:

HUBBARD, Mrs. Hannah, Boston, 6 April [1849], ae 90 yrs, 1 mo.; wid. of the late Peter HUBBARD of Holden, and former widow of Mr. John Dodd of H.

HUBBARD, Dr. Joshua, Cincinnati, O., 13 May [1849], ae. 66; a printer, published a paper for a season, at Kennebunk, ME.

NEHGR Vol 6, p 355: Early Wills: 20 July, 1656, Joshua HUBBARD & Mathew Hawke took the inventory of the estate of William Replye, of Hingham.

NEHGR Vol 7, p 339: Early Wills: 15 Oct 1658, Joshua HUBBARD witnessed a statement by David Ludecus Edling who had witnessed the will of Thomas Rowell of Boston, to the effect that Edling was unable to come to Boston to testify about the will at that time. ".. I Would Willingly have tacken my Oath, iff Capt. Josua HOBBERTT hat had the power Concerning this Will and Testament off Thomas Rowell.."

NEHGR Vol 7: 340: Material for the History of Hull [Nantasket penninsula]: Jonathan Bosworth & Thomas Gill gave testamony 30 Jul 1641 that "..Concerninge Edward HUBBARD, Sr., that he did say that it was Unjust thinge to take away nantascett, and they might as well have giuen away their house Lotts Vp to there dores as to haue giuen away nantascett from them.."

[Ibid} Lincoln, in his Hist. of Hingham, p 53, says: "In July 1643, we find the following record viz: "There is chosen by the town, Joseph Peck, Bozoan Allen, Anthony Eames, & Joshua HUBBARD, to go to the next courth to make the best improvement of the evidence the town have for the property of nantascot, and to answer the suit that now depends, &c."

Vol 8, p 60-61: Abstracts of Early Wills: The will of Capt. Bozone Allen lists those owing debts to the estate: Hingham: Edward HUBBARD, Mr. HUBBARD; Place not named: Lieut. Joshua HUBBARD; debts to be paid include "Mr. HUBBARD, with what was given by Will, 10." Boston, April 1653.

Vol 17:57; The Vassalls of New England; Capt. Joshua HUBBARD, of Hingham, was administrator of the estate in the absence of William Vassell's son. 8 May 1656

-------

[Grace Shaw Woldf], New London Vital Statistics from the Collated Copy from the Original Records, Vol 1, (S.l.: s.n., c1900?), rebound copy in custody of the Memphis Public Library, Memphis, TN, p. 62. Transcribed by Susan G. Taylor <SGTaylor1@att.net> ; online New London Vital Statistics Copy, Vol. 1 <http://home.att.net/~SGTAYLOR1/nl1.html> as part of the USGenWeb New London, CT, project <http://home.att.net/~SGTAYLOR1/newlondon.html>; p 10:

1672: Hugh HUBBARD of Dorsetshire in Old England was marryed unto Jane Latham the daughter of Carey Latham in March.

p 13: Mary HUBBARD daughter Hugh & Jane Hubbard born ye 13- November 1674

p 13: Lydia HUBBARD, daughter Hugh & Jane Hubbard born ye 7th February, 1675/6

p 19: Joseph Hubbard sonn Hugh & Jane Hubbard born and dyed in November, 1678

p 21: Margaret Hubbard daughter Hugh & Jane Hubbard born ye 14th April. 1680

---------

Source Information:

Ancestry.com, comp. American Emigrant Ministers, 1690-1811. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Fothergill, Gerald. A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 1690-1811. London: Stock, 1904.

Name: Bela Hubbard

Destination: New England

Date: 10 Mar 1764

Source: Money Book, 49-182

Comment: Born August 27, 1739, at Guilford, Connecticut; Died December 6, 1812 (Sprague)

Relative: son:Daniel Hubbard; son:Diana Hubbard

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

MIDDLESEX CO. WILLS - HUBBARDs

 

George HUBBARD, Middletown, Last Will & Testament, 1684/5, By   - Sep 30, 2000 

Categories: Will & Testaments

Manwaring Vol 1, p 325

HUBBARD, George, Middletown. He died 16 March, 1684/5. Invt. 243-10-00. Taken 13 May, 1685, by Hiles Hamlin, Nathaniel White, William Warde. Legatees: the Widow, son Joseph age 42 years, Daniel 41, Samuel 37, Nathaniel 33, Richard 30, Mary (the wife of Thomas Ranny) 44, Elizabeth (the wife of Thomas Wetmore) 25 years of age. Will dated 2 May, 1681.

I George Hubbard of Middletown, bieng about 80 years of age, yet in comfortable health of bodie and having the use of my understanding as formerly, do make this my last Will & Testament:

Imprimis: I give to my Eldest son Joseph HUBBARD, besids what I have formerly given him, one Acre of my meadow At a place called pasen chauge on the East sid of the Great River, to ly on the North sid the Cricke which Runs through my Land. It. I give to my son Danill HUBARD, besids what I gave him formaly, two Acres of Swompe at the west end of my Long meadow swompe Next the bogie meadow. It. I give to my son Samuel, besides what I formerly gave him, the on halfe of my halfe mile Lott on the East sid the grat River, divided by the List in 1673. It. I give to my son Nathaniel HUBARD my peice of bogie meadow, being about on acre & quarter, Lying Next Mr. Giles Hamlins meadow; more over I give to my sayd son Nathaniel all that my meadow on the Southsid of the Crick at pason chag on the East sid the Great River; more over I give to my sayd son the one halfe of my Leaven acre Lott at the South End of the towne; I give allso to my sayd son the on Halfe of my Great Lott at the Long Swanp, as allso the on halfe of my great Lott in the westermost Rang of Lotts. It. I give to my daughter Elizabeth HUBBARD All the Rest of my Land on the East sid the Great River, besides what is formerly Desposed of, both which is Layd out & which is Lotted for by the List of Estate in the yeare 1673, only my half mille Lott excepted; It. I give to my Daughrer Mary Rany fourty shilling out of my Estate, but on further consideration instead of that fourty shillings I give my sayd daughter the on halfe of my halfe Mille Lott on the East sid the Great River, devied by the List in 1673. It. I give to my son Richard HUBARD my hous I now Dwell in & my barne and all other building, with my home Lott they stand on; as also my Long meadow Land & the Rest of my Long meadow swampe besids that which I have given to my son Danill, hee allowing my son Daniel a Lamas higway to goe to the Swampe I give him if need Require; more over I give to my sayd son the other halfe of my Leaven Acre Lott at the south end of the towne, as allso the other halfe of my Great Lott at the Long Swampe, & Likewise the other halfe of my great Lott in the Westermost Rang of Lotts. Moreover it is my meaning herein, and my will is, that my sayd son Richard shall be my sole Executor, Injoyning him to provid Comfortable for his mother During her widlow hood, And to pay all my Just Debts for my Desent Buriall; move over I give to my Loving wife Elizabeth HUBARD all my household Goods During her Natural Live, and after he Deseas my will is that my household Goods be equally Devided between Nathaniel And Richard & Elizabeth, Except the Great Kettle, which I will to my son . And farther it is my will that my Loving wife shall have the South end of my hous To Dwell in by her self if shee see cause, & rome in the seler for her nesesary use During her widow hood. More over on farther Consideration my will is that my wife Shall have falfe my hom Lott & halfe my orchard during her widow hud, and also on Cowe, And soe to provid for her selfe, & that my son Richard shall pay her three pownds pr year of Corent pay of the Country During her natural Life. GEORGE X HUBARD, senior.

Upon farhter Consideration I see cause to give the whole eleven acres of Land over the two Sticks brooke by the fulling mill to my Son Nathaniel. GEORGE X HUBARD, senior.Signed in the presents of us: Sar. Samuel X Ward; John Hall senior, Ebenezer HUBBARD

I Request my Loving brethern Robert Warner & Deacon John Hall to be the over seers to the performance of my will. 27 February, 1683/4

Court Record, Page 112 -- 3d September, 1685: Will Proven.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

George HUBBARD - misc information, By   - Sep 30, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts

Manwaring, Vol 1, p 1 [Colonial Records, Vol I]

<br>21 Febr 1636: "Whereas, it ws ordered yt Samuel Wakeman, Geo: HUBBERT & Anncient Stoughton were to consider of the boundes of Dorchester towarde the Falls & of Watertowne towards the mouth of the River; The saide Samuel Wakeman & [Geo:] HUBBERD thinkes meete yt the plantacon of Dorchester shall extend toward the Falls, on the same side the Plantacon standes, to a Brooke called Kittle Brooke, & soe over the greate River vppon the same line that Newe Towne & Dorchester doth betweene them. And soe it is ordered by the Corte."

[Ibid, p 2] Guilford, Jun 16, 1665

<br>This is to certify unto all whom it may concerne, that vpon his certain knowledge, by the advice of the Court, Wethersfeild men gaue so much unot Sowheag as was to his sattisfaction for all their plantations lyeing on both sides the great Riuer, with the Islands, viz. siz miles in bredth on both sides the Riuer, & six miles deep from the River westward, and three miles deep from the Riuer eastward. Thus testifyeth George HUBBARD. By me GEORGE HUBBARD.

<br>Taken upon oath Before me, Wilm Leete;

<br>This is a true coppy of the originell, being examined & compared therewith this 18 of May, 1667, pr me. John Allyn: Secretry.

Vol 1, p 83: Hartford, Owners of Land before 1653: George HUBBARD

Vol 1, p 86: Wethersfield, Owners of Land before 1653: George HUBBARD

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Daniel HUBBARD, Middletown, Last Will & Testament, 1704, By   - Sep 30, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts, Will & Testaments

Manwaring, Vol 2, p 85:

HUBBARD, Daniel, Middletown. Died November, 1704. Invt. 214-18-03. Taken 5 December, 1704, by John Cornwall, Sen. & John Hall. Will dated 8 November, 1704.

<br>I, Daniel HUBBARD of Middletown, doe make this my last will and testament: I leave unto my loving wife Sarah the use and improvement of my dwelling hourse, barn and homelott, and 2 acres of my boggy meadow, for her comfortable subsistence during her natural life, and 1/3 part of all my personal estate to be disposed of as she shall see meet. The rest of my lands nad personal estate it is my will that it be equally shard amongst all my children. I appoint my wife to be executrix, and request Lt. Thomas Ward to be overseer. DANIEL X HUBBARD, LS. Witness: Samuel Hall, Richard HUBBARD, John Hall.

<br>Court Record, page 63 -- 6 March, 1704/5: Will proven.

<br>Page 78 -- 8 Mar 1705/6: Sarah HUBBARD, widow, executrix, exhibited now an account of her Adms., and this Court order dist. of the estate and appoint Capt. John Hall, Lt. Thomas Ward & Mr. Alexander Rollo distributors.

<br>Record on File: To Daniel HUBBARD of Haddam, son of the decd., to Margaret, to Sarah, to Mehetabell, and to Mary HUBBARD, by John Hall, Thomas Ward and Alexander Rollo.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

 

MARRIAGES

HUBBARD Marriages Middletown, Conn. pre-1750 CT. State Library, Barbour Collection - contributed by Betty Wier

 

 

Abigail HUBBARD/Jonathan BURR 12 May 1708

Abigail HUBBARD/Stephen BLAKE 11 Jan. 1732/33

Abigail HUBBARD/Henry JOHNSON 30 Jan. 1734/35

Caleb HUBBARD/Elizabeth MILLER, wid. 1 Mar. 1738/39

Caleb HUBBARD/Mary HUBBARD 22 Nov. 1744

Daniel HUBBARD/Mary CLARRKE 24 Feb. 1669/70

Daniel HUBBARD/Sarah Cornwell 16 Oct. 1675

Daniel HUBBARD/Susanna SPENCER 5 June 1735

Ebenezer HUBBARD/Mary WARNER 5 May 1690

Ebenezer HUBBARD/Hannah WETMORE 25 Feb. 1724/25

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Thomas WETMORE 20 Feb. 1684

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Thomas WRIGHT 1 June 1710

Elizabeth HUBBARD/David STRICKLAND 2 May 1711

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Joseph DE WOLF 11 Mar. 1713/14

Elizabeth HUBBARD/John WARD 1 Feb. 1732/33

Esther HUBBARD/Nathaniel BACON, Jr. 21 Dec. 1727

Esther HUBBARD/John HALL, 2nd 21 Sept. 1749

George HUBBARD/Mehittaball MILLER 22 Dec. 1703

George HUBBARD, Jr./Mary ROBARDS 20 Apr. 1727

George HUBBARD, Lt./Sarah COALE 20 Nov. 1735

George HUBBARD, Jr./Sarah WOODRUFF 29 July 1742

George HUBBARD/Eunice BACON 31 Jan.. 1746

Hannah HUBBARD/Francis SMITH 8 Feb. 1710/11

Hannah HUBBARD/Samuel WETMORE 21 June 1722

Hannah HUBBARD/John STOW 1 Aug. 1722

Hephzibah HUBBARD/John KENT 14 Aug. 1746

Hezekiah HUBBARD/Ruth CENTER 10 Oct. 1739

John HUBBARD/Marah FFILLIPS (prob. Phillips) 10 Feb. 1702/03

John HUBBARD/Elizabeth STOW 1 Aug. 1722

John HUBBARD/Lois CLARK 2 Apr. 1730

John Earl HUBBARD/Annah ALLIN 22 Feb. 1745

Joseph HUBBARD/Mary PARFFER 29 Dec. 1670

Joseph HUBBARD/Elizabeth HOLLISTER 29 Aug. 1728

Marcy HUBBARD/Daniel SMITH 11 Dec. 1736

Margaret HUBBARD/John WARD 8(18) Mar. 1713/14

Martha HUBBARD/John STRICKLAND 21 Nov. 1711

Mary HUBBARD/Thomas RANNEY ( ) May 1659

Mary HUBBARD/John HALL 1 Oct. 1674

Mary HUBBARD/Thomas BEVINS 21 Apr. 1726

Mary HUBBARD/Jeremiah OSGOOD 16 Aug. 1727

Mary HUBBARD/Caleb HUBBARD 22 Nov. 1744

Mary HUBBARD/Zacheus COOK 9 May 1747

Mehitabel HUBBARD/Daniel WHITMORE 3 Nov. 1738

Nathaniell HUBBARD/Mary EARLE 29 May 168?

Nathaniell HUBBARD/Sarah JOHNSON 12 Apr. 1716

Nehemiah HUBBARD/Sarah SILL 12 Oct. 1748

Richard HUBBARD/Martha CORNELL 31 Mar. 1692

Richard HUBBARD/Elizabeth LEE 22 Jan. 1735/36

Richard HUBBARD/Sarah BECKLEY 28 Apr. 1748

Robert HUBBARD/Abigail ADKINS 4 Mar. 1703

Robert HUBBARD, Jr./Elizabeth SILL 9 Oct. 1735

Samuell HUBBARD/Sarah KIRBY 9 Aug. 1673

Samuell HUBBARD/Martha PECK 1 Nov. 170?

Samuel HUBBARD Jr./Johanna JUDD 27 Jan. 1730/31

Samuel HUBBARD/Mary STOW 13 Sept. 1749

?Sarah HUBBARD/Benjamin CROWELL 30 Sept. 1707

Sarah HUBBARD/Edward FOSTER 17 June 1708

Sarah HUBBARD/Richard TURNER 2 July 1735

Sarah HUBBARD/George LASON 24 Oct. 1744

Soloman HUBBARD/Jemima BARNS 13 July 1743

Thankfull HUBBARD/Joseph MILLS 13 Dec. 1722

Thomas HUBBARD/Thankfull JOHNSON 16 July 1729

Timothy HUBBARD/Abijah? PORTER 29 Jan. 1735/36

Watts HUBBARD/Mary STANLEY 24 Apr. 1746

William HUBBARD/Sarah NOTT 25 Dec. 1728

 

MARRIAGES: mostly Middlesex County, CT (Part 1), By Coralynn Brown - Jun 17, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts

Jane Devlin has contributed these; they are all sourced to town or Church records.

Abner Hubbard m Hannah Higgins 1/19/1764; Middle Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Alfred Hubbard m Rachel Stannard 9/8/1825, Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

Amos Hubbard m Mary Bristol 6/15/1758, Durham, Middlesex, CT

Amos Hubbard m Anne Smith 2/12/1794, Middle Haddam/Chatham, CT

Arron Hubbard m Demaris Wakeley 6/7/1769; Haddam/Chatham, CT

Asa Hubbard m Submit Bishop 11/20/1776; Hartford, CT

Aurunah Hubbard m Rebekah Bates 7/1783, Haddam, CT

Caleb Hubbard m Mary Hull 12/2/1794; Killingworth, now Clinton, Middlesex, CT

Calvin Hubbard m Sarah Knowles Jan 1784, Haddam, CT

Calvin Hubbard m Esther Ranny 6/1/1788 Middle Haddam/Chatam, CT

Daniel Hubbard m Sarah Alling 11/26/1778, Fair Haven, New Haven, CT

Daniel Hubbard m Martha Coyt 8/18/1731 New London, CT

David Hubbard m Hannah Clarke 5/25/1775 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Ebenezer Hubbard m Elezabeth Lord 3/11/17077-08 Guilford, New Haven, CT

Edwin Hubbard m Lucy Strong 9/17/1825 Durham, Middlesex, CT

Eli Hubbard m Gorgiana Leach 5/20/1846, Durham, Middlesex, CT

Elijah Hubbard m Penelope Goodrich 10/28/1784 Chathan, now Portland, Middlesex, CT

Eliphelet Hubbard m Abigail Johnson 5/30/1771 Cromwell, Middlesex, CT

George Hubbard m Lydia Wright 1/18/1786, Wethersfield, Hartford, CT

George Hubbard Jr m Mary Stocking 1/23/1752 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Jedediah Hubbard m Martha Stocking 12/18/1760 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Jedediah Hubbard Jr. m Dolly Brainerd 11/26/1789 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Jeremiah Hubbard m Mary Wells 2/25/1762 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

John Hubbard m Phebe Brainerd Jan 1782 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

John Hubbard m Susanna Mills 6/15/1775 Hartford, CT

John Hubbard m Mary Stevens 11/10/1761 New Haven, CT

John Hubbard m Anna Atwater 4/4/1775 New Haven, CT

Jonathan Hubbard m Sally Thomas Nov 1789, Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Leveret Hubbard m Juliana Gale 12/21/1769 Killingworth, Middlesex, CT

Leverett Hubbard m Esther Robinson 2/13/1771 New Haven, CT

Nathaniel Hubbard m Phebe McCleave 12/6/1789 New Haven, CT

Nath'l Jr Hubbard m Dolle Cole 11/28/1771 Hartford, CT

Peter Hubbard m Mercy Frink 5/20/1781 New London, CT

Richard Hubbard m Rhoda Graham 5/20/1827 Durham, Middlesex, CT

Samuel Hubbard m Rebecca Shaw 9/8/1768 New London, CT

Shailor Hubbard m Anne Wakeley 10/10/1771 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Simon Hubbard m Cloe Williams 9/29/1799 Cromwell, Middlesex, CT

Thomas Hubbard, Jr. m Sarah Boardman 11/6/1771 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Thomas Hubbard Jr. m Phebe Griffith 1/23/1752 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

Timothy Hubbard m Sarah Gillett 6/18/1772 Hartford, CT

Timothy Hubbard m Dolly Rowley 9/18/1788 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Timothy Hubbard Jr m Miss______Thomas, Dec 1787, Haddam, Middlesex, CT

William Hubbard m Lydia Coit 8/28/1764 New London, CT

 

MARRIAGES mostly Middlesex Cty, CT (Part 2), By Coralynn Brown - Jun 17, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts

These marriages involve female Hubbards, whereas in Part 1 the Hubbard individuals were male. They are alphabetized by the woman's first name, not the man's last name.

Zacheus Bawn m Mercy Hubbard 2/28/1754 Cromwell, Middlesex, CT

Jonathan Gillet m Abigail Hubbard 12/11/1740 Hartford, CT

Joseph Dudley m Abigell Hubbard 7/27/1704 Guilford, New Haven, CT

Ebenezer Center m Anges Hubbard (could that be Agnes??) 3/17/1768 Hartford, CT

Lewis Smith m Anne Hubbard Oct 1774 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Simeon Benton m Anne Hubbard 7/11/1799 Wethersfield, Hartford, CT

Jacob Loomis m Diadema Hubbard 8/15/1771 Hartford, CT

James Brainerd m Edetha Hubbard 1790 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

David Arnold m Elisabeth Hubbard 4/8/1792 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

Charles Williams m Elisabeth Hubbard 3/11/1756 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

Matthew Cadwell m Elizabeth Hubbard 10/15/1747 Hartford, CT

Hezekiah Silliman m Emilla Hubbard 1/1/1765 New Haven, CT

John Brainerd m Hanah Hubbard 12/5/1776 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Jonathan Bidwell m Hannah Hubbard 8/6/1740 Hartford, CT

Ezekiel Goff m Hannah Hubbard 1/18/1776 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Jonathan Palmer m Hannah Hubbard 1/19/1764 Hartford, CT

James Webster m Hannah Hubbard 6/9/1763 Hartford, CT

James (Rev.) Johnson, Hephzibah Hubbard 6/1/1780 Cromwell, Middlesex, CT

Gideon Brainerd Jr m Hepsibah Hubbard 1790 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Joseph Arnold m Huldah Hubbard 2/8/1753 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

David Smith m Jerusha Hubbard June 1798 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Moses Dickinson m Julia Ann Hubbard 12/9/1827 Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

Jabez Fuller m Lois Hubbard 10/10/1754 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Jirah Isham m Lucretia Hubbard 8/29/1799 New Haven, CT

Charles W. Babcock m Lucretia H. Hubbard 4/19/1831 Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

Thomas Green m Martha Hubbard 9/6/1744 New London, CT

Uriah Hayden m Martha Hubbard 10/23/1824 Saybrook, Middlesex, CT

Oiver Burr m Mary Hubbard 6/14/1747 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

Zacheus Cook m Mary Hubbard 5/14/1747 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

Silas Graves m Mary Hubbard 3/29/1780 Fair Haven, New Haven, CT

Calib Leete m Mary Hubbard 11/4/ 1697 Guilford, New Haven, CT

Reuben Jr. Loomis m Mary Hubbard 11/23/1777 Hartford, CT

Thomas (Rev.) Ruggis m Mary Hubbard 7/1/1798 Guilford, New Haven, CT

Amos Jr Gillett m Milly Hubbard 3/9/1797 Hartford, CT

Benjamin Fuller m Panthenia Hubbard 5/19/1757 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Richard Jr. Ely m Phebe Hubbard 10/26/1732 Lyme, New London, CT

Waitstill Cary m Prudence Hubbard 9/30/1787 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

David Jr Atwater m Rachel Hubbard 1/30/1783 New Haven, CT

Daniel Olmstead m Rachel Hubbard 11/24/ 1774 Hartford, CT

John (Rev.) Hart m Rebecah Hubbard 3/20/1712 Guilford, New Haven, CT

David Edwards m Rosanna Hubbard 8/3/1786 Cromwell, Middlesex, CT

Andrew Dyers m Sarah Hubbard 11/5/1773 Trumbell, Fairfield, CT

Abel Hinckley m Sarah Hubbard 10/25/1764 Stonington, New London, CT

Abraham Spencer m Sarah Hubbard Dec 1783 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

John Trumble m Sarah Hubbard 11/21/1776 New Haven, CT

Calvin Brooks m Temperance Hubbard Aug 1784 Haddam, Middlesex, CT

Silas Beers m Thankful Hubbard 6/26/1783 Middle Haddam/Chathan, Middlesex, CT

Zebulon 2nd Chesebrough m Zerviah Hubbard 4/25/1776 Stonington, New London, CT

Ichabod Sayre m Mary Hubbard 3/31/1697 New London, CT

Silas Beers m Thankful Hubbard 6/26/1783 Middle Haddam/Chatham, Middlesex, CT

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

HUBBARD Marriages Middletown, Conn. pre-1750  CT. State Library, Barbour Collection, By Betty Wier - Nov 28, 1999 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts

Abigail HUBBARD/Jonathan BURR 12 May 1708

Abigail HUBBARD/Stephen BLAKE 11 Jan. 1732/33

Abigail HUBBARD/Henry JOHNSON 30 Jan. 1734/35

Caleb HUBBARD/Elizabeth MILLER, wid. 1 Mar. 1738/39

Caleb HUBBARD/Mary HUBBARD 22 Nov. 1744

Daniel HUBBARD/Mary CLARRKE 24 Feb. 1669/70

Daniel HUBBARD/Sarah Cornwell 16 Oct. 1675

Daniel HUBBARD/Susanna SPENCER 5 June 1735

Ebenezer HUBBARD/Mary WARNER 5 May 1690

Ebenezer HUBBARD/Hannah WETMORE 25 Feb. 1724/25

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Thomas WETMORE 20 Feb. 1684

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Thomas WRIGHT 1 June 1710

Elizabeth HUBBARD/David STRICKLAND 2 May 1711

Elizabeth HUBBARD/Joseph DE WOLF 11 Mar. 1713/14

Elizabeth HUBBARD/John WARD 1 Feb. 1732/33

Esther HUBBARD/Nathaniel BACON, Jr. 21 Dec. 1727

Esther HUBBARD/John HALL, 2nd 21 Sept. 1749

George HUBBARD/Mehittaball MILLER 22 Dec. 1703

George HUBBARD, Jr./Mary ROBARDS 20 Apr. 1727

George HUBBARD, Lt./Sarah COALE 20 Nov. 1735

George HUBBARD, Jr./Sarah WOODRUFF 29 July 1742

George HUBBARD/Eunice BACON 31 Jan.. 1746

Hannah HUBBARD/Francis SMITH 8 Feb. 1710/11

Hannah HUBBARD/Samuel WETMORE 21 June 1722

Hannah HUBBARD/John STOW 1 Aug. 1722

Hephzibah HUBBARD/John KENT 14 Aug. 1746

Hezekiah HUBBARD/Ruth CENTER 10 Oct. 1739

John HUBBARD/Marah FFILLIPS (prob. Phillips) 10 Feb. 1702/03

John HUBBARD/Elizabeth STOW 1 Aug. 1722

John HUBBARD/Lois CLARK 2 Apr. 1730

John Earl HUBBARD/Annah ALLIN 22 Feb. 1745

Joseph HUBBARD/Mary PARFFER 29 Dec. 1670

Joseph HUBBARD/Elizabeth HOLLISTER 29 Aug. 1728

Marcy HUBBARD/Daniel SMITH 11 Dec. 1736

Margaret HUBBARD/John WARD 8(18) Mar. 1713/14

Martha HUBBARD/John STRICKLAND 21 Nov. 1711

Mary HUBBARD/Thomas RANNEY ( ) May 1659

Mary HUBBARD/John HALL 1 Oct. 1674

Mary HUBBARD/Thomas BEVINS 21 Apr. 1726

Mary HUBBARD/Jeremiah OSGOOD 16 Aug. 1727

Mary HUBBARD/Caleb HUBBARD 22 Nov. 1744

Mary HUBBARD/Zacheus COOK 9 May 1747

Mehitabel HUBBARD/Daniel WHITMORE 3 Nov. 1738

Nathaniell HUBBARD/Mary EARLE 29 May 168?

Nathaniell HUBBARD/Sarah JOHNSON 12 Apr. 1716

Nehemiah HUBBARD/Sarah SILL 12 Oct. 1748

Richard HUBBARD/Martha CORNELL 31 Mar. 1692

Richard HUBBARD/Elizabeth LEE 22 Jan. 1735/36

Richard HUBBARD/Sarah BECKLEY 28 Apr. 1748

Robert HUBBARD/Abigail ADKINS 4 Mar. 1703

Robert HUBBARD, Jr./Elizabeth SILL 9 Oct. 1735

Samuell HUBBARD/Sarah KIRBY 9 Aug. 1673

Samuell HUBBARD/Martha PECK 1 Nov. 170?

Samuel HUBBARD Jr./Johanna JUDD 27 Jan. 1730/31

Samuel HUBBARD/Mary STOW 13 Sept. 1749

?Sarah HUBBARD/Benjamin CROWELL 30 Sept. 1707

Sarah HUBBARD/Edward FOSTER 17 June 1708

Sarah HUBBARD/Richard TURNER 2 July 1735

Sarah HUBBARD/George LASON 24 Oct. 1744

Soloman HUBBARD/Jemima BARNS 13 July 1743

Thankfull HUBBARD/Joseph MILLS 13 Dec. 1722

Thomas HUBBARD/Thankfull JOHNSON 16 July 1729

Timothy HUBBARD/Abijah? PORTER 29 Jan. 1735/36

Watts HUBBARD/Mary STANLEY 24 Apr. 1746

William HUBBARD/Sarah NOTT 25 Dec. 1728

**NOTE: These also have been published by the Conn. Genealogical Society in their Quarterly THE CONNECTICUT NUTMEGGER, Vol. 14 #'s 1 and 2, 1981

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Glastonbury, CT, GenWeb site

Marriages before 1750:

HUBBARD

John Jr, m Mary Kimberly, 17 Jun 1708

John Jr, m Martha Hollister, Jul 1732

Ibid:

From Congregational Church Records

Eliezar Jr. Hubbard & Sarah House.......7 Aug 1777

Thomas Blish & Prudence Hubbard........21 Apr 1785

Capt. Jedediah Post & Mrs. Hanna Hubbard.. 15 Feb 1786

Benoni Gillet & Penelope Hubbard.......22 Jun 1786

Mat. House & Loise Hubbard...........14 Mar 1788

Daniel Hutson & Widow Dorothy Hubbard.. 10 Dec 1788

John Talcott & Mercy Hubbard............25 Nov 1789

Jacob Hummerson & Anner Hubbard.........1 Sep 1791

Eliezur Hubbard & Ruth Stilman..........7 Dec 1795

David Elizur Hubbard & Pamula Holister...6 Oct 1799

 

 

MILITARY

 

NEHGR 59:21; Soldiers from Tolland Co., CT; Rev. Harvey Merrill Lawson

On a payroll list of soldiers who served in the campaign against Burgoyne under Capt. Thomas Lawson of Union, CT:

Selah HUBBART, Sergt.

 

VITAL RECORDS

 

New London, CT Vital records from Jane Devlin, By Coralynn Brown - Nov 26, 2000 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!

1672: "Hugh Hubbard of Dorsetshire in old England was marryed unto Jane Latham the daughter of Carey Lathan in March."

1674: "Mary Hubbard daughter Hugh & Jane born ye 13th November."

1675: "Lydia Hubbaard, daughter Hugh & Jane Hubbard born ye 7th February."

1678: "Joseph Hubbard son Hugh & Jane Hubbard born and dyed in November."

1680: "Margaret Hubbard daughter Hugh & Jane Hubbard born ye 14th April."

"Russel Hubbard, son of Daniel & Martha Hubbard, & Mary Gray dau. Ebenezer & Mary Gray of New York, married Jan. 30, 1755.

Mary their daughter born Jul 22, 1756.

Thomas their son born Feb 24, 1758.

Lucy their daughter born Dec 18, 1752.

Joshua their son born May 10, 1754.

Mary their daughter born July 30, 1755.

Sarah their daughter born Feb 14, 1757

Rufus son Daniel & Martha Hubbard born Jun 28, 1732.

Lucretia daugahter born Jun 18, 1734.

Daniel son born Jun 13, 1736.

The above Daniel Hubbaad & Mrs. Martha Coit were married Aug 18, 1731.

source: New London, CT County Records.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

NEHGR 12:173; Marriages, Births & Deaths in Hartford, CT

Daniel HUBBARD sunn of George HUBBARD was baptised the seuenth of Desem one thoughsand six hundreth forty & fiue.

Sara HULBERD, daughter of William HULBERD was borne ye tenth of July one thousand six hundreth fourty and seuen.

NEHGR 14:66 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT

George HUBBARD, lands recorded Sept 5, 1654, Vol. 1, p 13. He resided at Wethersfield, thence he removed to Milford, then to Guilford, and afterwards to Middletown, where he died March 18, 1684/5. Children by his wife Elizabeth, -- Mary, born Jan 16, 1641; Joseph, b. Dec 10, 1643; Daniel, b. Dec 1645; Samuel, b. May 1648; George b. Dec 1650; Richard, b. July, 1655; Elizabeth, b. Jan 15, 1659; Nathaniel, Dec. 10, 1652.

NEHGR 14:66 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Mary, dau Thomas & Mary HUBBARD, born Jan 3, 1656. Thomas born Aug 6, 1661; Ebenezer, b. Aug 2, 1664; John, b. 1 Jan, 1666, d. 23 Apr 1676; George, b. Apr 2, 1669/70; Lands conveyed to Thomas HUBBARD, Jan 16, 1666, vol. 1, p 49.

NEHGR 14:66 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Joseph HUBBARD m. Mary Porter, Dec 29, 1670. Joseph, b. 22 Oct 1671; Robert, b. 30 Oct 1673; George, b. 7 Oct 1675; John, b. 30 Jul 1678; Mary, b 23 Jan 1681, d. 19 Par 1682; Elizabeth, b. 26 Mar 1682/3. Joseph HUBBARD Sr. d. 26 Dec 1686. Mary HUBBARD, widow to Joseph, d. June 10, 1707. Lands were recorded to Joseph HUBBARD, 1667.

NEHGR 14:66 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Daniel HUBBARD m. Mary Clarke, 24 Feb 1669/70. Daniel, born 1673. Mary, wife to Daniel HUBBARD, d. Dec 24, 1673. Daniel HUBBARD, Sr. m. Sarah Cornwell, Oct 16, 1675. Margaret, b. July 20, 1676; Mary, b. Jan 16, 1678, d. July 9, 1719; Sarah, b. March 10, 1680/1; Mehitable, b. Aug 18, 1683; Mary, b. March 23, 1686. Daniel HUBBARD, Sr. d. Nov 9, 1704.

NEHGR 14:64 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Thomas Bevins, m. [as his 2nd wife] Mary HUBBARD, April 21, 1726. She died Sept 14, 1746.

NEHGR 14:65 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Edward Foster, son of Edward Foster & Elizabeth Harris, b. Jan 10, 1681, d. Oct 12, 1753. m. Sarah HUBBARD.

NEHGR 14:68 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Thomas Rany (or Ranney) m. Mary HUBBARD, May 1659. Children: Thomas, b. 1 Mar 1660; John, b. 14 Nov 1662; Joseph, b. Sep 1663, d. 2 Mar 1745; Mary, b. Oct 1665; Elizabeth, b. 12 Apr 1668. Thomas Sr. d. 25 Jun 1713, Mary (his wife) d. 18 Dec 1721. Lands recorded 17 Mar 1663, vol 1, p 33.

NEHGR 14:136 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Thomas Wetmore m. Elizabeth HUBBARD, Feb. 20, 1684. Elizabeth, the daughter of George HUBBARD & widow of Thomas Wetmore, d. Dec 6, 1725.

NEHGR 14:138 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: Thomas Wright m. Elizabeth HUBBARD, June 1, 1710. Children: Thomas, b. 5 May 1711; John b. 1 Nov 1713, d. 15 Nov 1713; Jonas, b. 21 Nov 1714; Elizabeth, b. 8 Jul 1717; Mary, b. 25 Jun 1720; Sarah, b. 19 Jul 1723; Earl, b. 10 Jun 1726; Hepsebah, b. 3 Mar 1729/30.

NEHGR 14:139 - Births, Marriages & Deaths in Middletown, CT: List of Householders & Proprietors, as taken 22 Mar 1670:

George HUBBARD - 90.10

Joseph HUBBARD - 38.00

Daniel HUBBARD - 24.00

Thomas HUBBARD - 61.00

NEHGR 15:297; Records of Wethersfield, CT: Buck, David & Elizabeth, d. of Danll HUBBERT of Guilford were m. 14 Jun 1690. Issue: Elizabeth, 16 Feb 1691; Ann, 25 Apr 1693; Daniel, 13 Sep 1695; David, 13 Mar 1698; Mary, 9 Sep 1700; Josiah, 16 Jan 1703; Joseph, 5 Apr 1705. d. 14 Sep 1712; John 18 Jul 1707, d. 9 Mar 1726; Eunice, 19 Dec 1709; Mabell, 5 Jun 1712. Mrs. E. B. died 25 Mar 1735.

NEHGR 11:71; Memoirs of Prince's Subscribers: Joanna Quincy, b. 1654, daughter of Edmund & Judith Quincy, m. David HUBBARD.

 

NEHGR 12:335 Births, Marriages & Deaths in Hartford, CT:

Watts HUBBARD the son of Samll HUBBARD & his wife Sarah was born the 1st day of March 1686

Abigail was born Aprill 1687, Died Aprill 1687

Mary HUBBARD born Feb 1688

John HUBBARD born Aug 1691

Sarrah HUBBARD born Nov 10, 1696

Hannah HUBBARD daught of John HUBBARD and Agnes his wife was born Dec. 25th 1716

Abigail HUBBARD was born Jan 29, 1718/9

John HUBBARD was born Aprill 25, 1721

NEHGR 13:144 Hartford Records

John HUBBARD was married to Abigail Hurmpreys Octo 1715

NEHGR 13:214 Boston Records, Higham Births

Isaac HUBBARD sonne of Thomas HUBBARD was born 25:2:53

Rebecca Daughter of Mr. Peter HUBBARD was borne 3:2:54

Moses sonne of Thomas HUBBARD was borne 2:10:56

Abigail Daughter of Mr. Peter HUBBARD borne 19:8:56

 

MILITARY

 

STAMFORD, CT men in the Revolution

Aaron Hubbard

Capt. Thomas Hubbard

Ebenezer Hubbard

Lieut. Isaac Hubbard

Lieut. John Hubbard

John Hubbard, Jr.

Josiah Hubbard

Joseph Hubbard

Richard Hubbard

Salmon Hubbard

Thaddeus Hubbard

William Hubbard

Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths of Stamford Families

Compiled by Reverend Elijah B/ Huntington

Stamford, April 6, 1797

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

CEMETERIES

 

NEHGR 2:405; Inscriptions from the Burying Ground at Norwich, CT: Miss Caroline, dau. Of Mr. Willard & Mrs. Lucy HUBBARD, d. 17 April, 1790, in the 18th year of her age.

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Old Riverside Cemetery, Middletown, CT, By   - Dec 10, 2000 

Categories: Cemetery info, CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!

Not a complete listing - NEHGR never continued the series as promised.

"NEHGR, Vol 11, Jan 1857, p 80-83", Old Riverside Cemetery, Middletown, Middlesex Co, CT

ATKINS, Solomon 5 Oct 1748, 71st year, In Memory of Dea. Solomon Atkins, who died Oct 5th, 1748, in his 71st year

ALLING, Thomas, 3 Dec 1733, 61st year, Here lyeth the Body of Deacon Thomas ALLING

ALLING, Hannah, 1 Apr 1740, 66, Here lies the Body of Mrs. Hannah Alling Relict of Dea. Thomas Alling

ALLEN, Rowland, 15 Feb 1769, 40

ALLEN, Elizabeth, 11 Jun 1772, 42, Here lies intered the Mortal Remains of Mrs. Elizabeth, the wife of Mr. Rowland Allen

BASSELL, Henry, 30 Mar 1777, 79

BASSELL, Content, 11 Dec 1794, 85, In memory of Mrs. Content Bassell, wife of Mr. Henry Bassell

BEDWELL, Samuel, 5 Apr 1715, in the 65th year

BROWN, Nathan, 18 Sep 1683, 17 May 1735, 53rd year, Here lies the Body of the truly virtuous, peaceable and peace making Mr. Nathan Brown, who lived in peace & so died May 17, 1735 in the 53d year of his age, leaving only one daughter the heir of his fortune

CORNWELL, Joseph, 3 Feb 1741, 62nd year of his age

CORNWELL, Abigail, 13 May 1727, 40, Here lieeth the Body of Abigail, wife of Joseph Cornwell

CORNWELL, Isaac, 13 Apr 1739, 17, Here lie the bodies of Isaac & Nathaniel, sons of Jacob & Edith Cornwell, Both slain by lightning in an instant

CORNWELL, Nathaniel, 13 Apr 1739, 11

CANFIELD, Margaret, 12 Jul 1747, Daughter of Jabez Hamlin, Esq.

DIXWELL, Bathsheba, 27 Dec 1729, 83, Relict of Mr. John Dixwell, Esq

DICKSON, Charles, 13 Jul [ ], 26, son to Mr. Richard Dickinson of Seabrook

DOUD, Jacob, 18 Oct 1735, 42, Here lyeth the Body of Serjt. Jacob Doud,

DOANE, Mary, 23 Dec 1751, 49, Here lies the Body of Mrs. Mary, late wife of Dea. Ephraim Doane

DOUD, Elizabeth, 9 Mar 1736, 16

ELY, Sarah, Bacon18 Nov 1747, 27, Here lies the Body of Mrs. Sarah, the wife of Mr. Jacob Ely, of Lyme, & daughter of Lieut. John & Mrs. Sarah Bacon,

ELY, Abner, 20 Sep 1772, 61

ELY, Desire, 1 Sep 1764, 48, In Memory of Mrs. Desire, late wife of Mr. Abner ELY - A loving wife & tender Mother - Left this Base world to enjoy the other,

ELY, Samuel, 28 Jun 1763, 5, Son of Mr. Abner & Mrs. Desire Ely - In Memory of this little youth, Which we hope did know the truth

GLEASON, Joseph, 11 Jul 1767, 52nd year of his age, Capt. Joseph Gleason - E're live's mid stage we tread - Few know so many Friends alive, as dead

HELTON, Recompense, 10 Apr 1732, 23d year of his age, son of Richard Helton,

HALL, Samuel, 24 Mar 1740, 82d year of his age, Lieut. Samuel Hall

HALL, Phebe, 14 May 1741, 78, Mrs. Phebe, widow of Lieut. Saml Hall

HUBBARD, Robert, 19 Jun 1740, 68

HUBBARD, Abigail, 23 Apr 1735, 59, Pious, Kind & Good - Lov'd by all near. - Useful on Earth - To Heaven dear - Was she, whose dust - Lye's buried here

HUBBARD, Robert, 29 Jan 1779, 67

HUBBARD, Elizabeth, 22 Jan 1799, 92, widow of Mr. Robert Hubbard,

HUBBARD, Elihu, 14 Sep 1770, 33, son of Mr. Robert & Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbard,

HUBBARD, Ebenezer, 29 Apr 1743, abt 78

HUBBARD, Mary, Aug 1739, 74, Mrs. Mary, the wife of Ebenr Hubbard,

HUBBARD, Richard, 30 Jul 1732, 77

HUBBARD, Nathaniel, 20 May 1738, 86

HUBBARD, Mary, 6 Apr 1732, 69, Mary, the wife of Mr. Nathaniel Hubbard, Senr.; "Here's a cedar tall gently wafted o'er - From Great Brittain's Isle to this Western Shore - Nearly fifty years crossing the Ocean wide, - Yet's anchored in the grave from storm & tide"

HAMLIN, Giles, 1 Sep 1689, 67

HAMLIN, Hester, 25 Aug 1700, 72, Mrs. Hester Hamlin

HAMLIN, John, 2 Jan 1732/3, 75, eldest son of Giles Hamlin Esq., of Middletown,

HAMLIN, Mary, 5 May 1722, 56, Mrs. Mary Hamlin, the wife of John Hamlin, Esq.

HAMLIN, Giles, 23 Sep 1756, 41

HAMLIN, Susannah, 24 Feb 1721/2, 52, Mrs. Susannah Hamlin

HAMLIN, Jabez, 5 Apr 1791, son of the late John Hamlin, Esq

HAMLIN, Susannah, 9 May 1803, 88, Mrs. Susannah Hamlin, Relict of the Hon. Jabez HAMLIN, Esq.; The memory of the just is blessed,

HAMLIN, Mary, Christophus, 3 Apr 1736, 22, Mary, the virtuous consort of Jabez HAMLIN, Esq., and Daughter of Hon. Christopher Christophus, Esq (long epitaph)

HAMLIN, Margaret, Phillips, 6 Sep 1748, 36, Margaret, late consort of Jabez HAMLIN, Esq., & daughter of Capt. George Phillips & Hope, his wife

HAMLIN, Abigail, Chauncey, 3 Nov 1768, Abigail, wife of Jabez Hamlin, Esq. & daughter of Nathaniel Chauncey, of Durham

HOLLISTER, Jacob, 31 Oct 1722, 49, late of ye city of Bristol in Great Brittain, Macht. Decd.

HARRIS, Abigail, 22 May 1723, Here lies one Dead which in her life - Was my loving Pious wife.

HARRIS, Daniel, 18 Oct 1755, 83

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Hubbard Gleanings #2, By   - Jul 25, 2000 

Categories: CT, Hubbard Gleanings!!!

Epitaphs in Middletown, CT [NEHGR 15:165]

Here lieth the Body of Mr. Nathaniel HUBBARD, who died May ye 20th 1738 in the 86 year of his Age

Here lies the Body of Mrs. Mary, the Wife of Ebenezer HUBBARD, who dyed August 1739, aged 74 years. "Pious, Kind & Good, Lov'd by all Near, Usefull on Earth, To Heaven Dear, Was she whose dust Lyes buried here"

Here lies the Body of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, who died June ye 19, 1740 in ye 68 year of his Age.

Phebe, Decesd 1736; Robert, Decesd 1742, Mica, Decesd 1747 - 3 children of Mr. Robert & Mrs. Elizabeth HUBBARD.

Here lies the Body of Mr. Ebenezer HUBBARD, who died April 29, 1743, ages about 78 years

Here lies the Body of Mary, the wife of Nathl HUBBARD, Senr, who Departed this Live April 6, 1732, in the 69th year of his [sic] age.

Here lyes the Body of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, who dyed July ye 30th 1732, aged 77 years.

Mrs. Abigail HUBBARD, wife of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, Deceased April ye 23d, 1735, in the 59th year of her Age.

Abigail HEARD, daughter of John HEARD [son of James & Sauah) & his second wife Jane COLE [daughter of Nicholas & relict widow of Joseph LITTLEFIELD], born 5 Apr 1702, married a Mr. HUBBARD. A son, John Heard HUBBARD, was left property in the will of the grandfather, John HEARD, 15 Jan 1739, Dover, NH. [NEHGR 5:179; 7:49]

NEHGR 12:335 Births, Marriages & Deaths in Hartford, CT:

Watts HUBBARD the son of Samll HUBBARD & his wife Sarah was born the 1st day of March 1686

Abigail was born Aprill 1687, Died Aprill 1687

Mary HUBBARD born Feb 1688

John HUBBARD born Aug 1691

Sarrah HUBBARD born Nov 10, 1696

Hannah HUBBARD daught of John HUBBARD and Agnes his wife was born Dec. 25th 1716

Abigail HUBBARD was born Jan 29, 1718/9

John HUBBARD was born Aprill 25, 1721

NEHGR 13:144 Hartford Records

John HUBBARD was married to Abigail Hurmpreys Octo 1715

NEHGR 13:214 Boston Records, Higham Births

Isaac HUBBARD sonne of Thomas HUBBARD was born 25:2:53

Rebecca Daughter of Mr. Peter HUBBARD was borne 3:2:54

Moses sonne of Thomas HUBBARD was borne 2:10:56

Abigail Daughter of Mr. Peter HUBBARD borne 19:8:56

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Epitaphs in Middletown, CT [NEHGR 15:165]

Here lieth the Body of Mr. Nathaniel HUBBARD, who died May ye 20th 1738 in the 86 year of his Age

Here lies the Body of Mrs. Mary, the Wife of Ebenezer HUBBARD, who dyed August 1739, aged 74 years. "Pious, Kind & Good, Lov'd by all Near, Usefull on Earth, To Heaven Dear, Was she whose dust Lyes buried here"

Here lies the Body of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, who died June ye 19, 1740 in ye 68 year of his Age.

Phebe, Decesd 1736; Robert, Decesd 1742, Mica, Decesd 1747 - 3 children of Mr. Robert & Mrs. Elizabeth HUBBARD.

Here lies the Body of Mr. Ebenezer HUBBARD, who died April 29, 1743, ages about 78 years

Here lies the Body of Mary, the wife of Nathl HUBBARD, Senr, who Departed this Live April 6, 1732, in the 69th year of his [sic] age.

Here lyes the Body of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, who dyed July ye 30th 1732, aged 77 years.

Mrs. Abigail HUBBARD, wife of Mr. Robert HUBBARD, Deceased April ye 23d, 1735, in the 59th year of her Age.

Abigail HEARD, daughter of John HEARD [son of James & Sauah) & his second wife Jane COLE [daughter of Nicholas & relict widow of Joseph LITTLEFIELD], born 5 Apr 1702, married a Mr. HUBBARD. A son, John Heard HUBBARD, was left property in the will of the grandfather, John HEARD, 15 Jan 1739, Dover, NH. [NEHGR 5:179; 7:49]

 

 

MISC

 

Source Information:

Ancestry.com, comp. American Emigrant Ministers, 1690-1811. [database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Fothergill, Gerald. A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 1690-1811. London: Stock, 1904.

Name: Bela Hubbard

Destination: New England

Date: 10 Mar 1764

Source: Money Book, 49-182

Comment: Born August 27, 1739, at Guilford, Connecticut; Died December 6, 1812 (Sprague)

Relative: son:Daniel Hubbard; son:Diana Hubbard

--------

Possible origin of the surname HUBBARD, By Coralynn Brown - Nov 12, 1999 

Categories: Historical

I lifted this from a Hubbard query board verbatim. This answer to the age-old question of where the name came from is supplied by Mike Hubbard, who has no idea I stole it from him. Thanks, Mike!

In the book "One Thousand Years of Hubbard History", published by Harlan Page Hubbard in 1895, the name is attributed to "Hubba the Viking". Hubba's father, Ragnar Lodbrog, was captured and thrown into a pit where he was eaten by snakes. (??) In 866, Hubba and his brother Hingua landed on the coast of East Anglia or Kent to avenge the death of their father.

Winston Churchill mentioned Ragnar Lodbrog in his book "A History of the English Speaking People" Volume One, The Birth of Britain, pub in l956. He wrote of Ragnar's four sons, Bjorn, Hvitserk, Sigurd and Ivar. Ivar was supposedly the mastermind of the invasion of England. Which of the four would have been "Hubba" is the question. (Coralynn's comment: I vote for Ivar.)

At any rate, the name evidently comes from the Norsemen (Vikings) and has been in England from about 866 to the present day.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Dictionary of Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700, By Arthur  M Hubbard - Aug 19, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, Geo H/Mary Bishop, George H/Eliz Watts, Historical, Massachusetts, New York State, Rhode Island, Samuel H of Rhode Is, William H(emigrant)

Dictionary of Ancestral Heads of New England Families 1620-1700, Compiled by Frank R. Holmes, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, 1964, originally published 1923.

page CXXV

HUBBARD

A corruption of Hubert from Anglo-Saxon hiewe, color, form, beauty, and beort, bright. The name dates back from the first invasion of the Danes into England, in 866 when King Hubba, the Danish King landed on the coast of Kent.

Anthony, Dedham, Mass, 1648

Benjamin, came with mother Elizabeth to Charlestown, Mass, 1633, returned to England 1644.

George, b Eng., 1600-1601, came from Glastenbury, Somersetshire, Eng., to Watertown, Mass., 1633, removed to Wethersfield, Conn., 1636, thence three years later to Milford, Conn., and 1648 became a resident of Guilford, Conn.

George, Indian trader and agent, b. Eng., 1601, settled at Dorchester, and Charlestown, Mass., removed Hartford, Conn., 1639, thence 1654 to Middletown. Conn.

Hugh, from Derbyshire, Eng., at New London, Conn., 1670

James, Lynn, 1637, removed to Long Island, N. Y. 1641

John, came from Boston, Mass., before 1670, also lived at Roxbury, Mass., original proprietor of Woodstock, Conn., 1686.

Richard, mariner, Boston, Mass., 1690.

Robert, married Boston, Mass., 1654.

Samuel, came to Salem, Mass., 1633, in his youth, removed to Watertown, Mass., thence to Wethersfield, Conn., thence to Springfield, Mass., finally locating at Newport, R.I., his only son Samuel died without issue.

Thomas, died Billerica, Mass. 1656

William, husbandman and historian, b. Eng., 1595,came to Ipswich, Mass., 1635, freeman 1638.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

MI  Names on Founders of Hartford Monument, By Coralynn Brown - May 12, 2000 

Categories: Connecticut, George H/Eliz Watts, Hubbard GLEANINGS

Monument found in downtown Hartford, CT, listing settlers of Hartford pre-1648.

FOUNDERS MONUMENT

Jeremy Adams, Matthew Allyn, Francis Andrews, William Andrews, John Arnold, Andrew Bacon, John Bernard, Thomas Barnes, Robert Bartlett, Jlohn Baysey, Thomas Beale, Nathaniel Bearding, Mary Betts, John Bidwell, Richard Billing, Thomas Birchwood, Peter Blanchford, Thomas Blackley, Thomas Bliss, William Blumfield, James Bridgeman, John Bronson, Richard Bronson, Thomas Bull, Thomas Bunce, Benjamin Burr, Richard Butler, William Butler, Clement Chaplin, Dorothy Chester, Richard Church, John Clarke, Nicholas Clarke, William Clarke, James Cole, William Cornwell, John Crow, John Cullick, Philip Davis, Fulke Davy, Robert Day, Nicholas Desborough, Joseph Easton, William Edwards, Edward Elmer, Nathaniel Ely, James Ensign, Zachary Field, Thomas Fisher, John Friend, Samuel Gardiner, Daniel Garret, John Gennings, william Gibbons, Richard Goodman, Ozias Goodwin, William Goodwin, Seth Grant, George Grave, Bartholomew Greene, Samuel Greenhill, Thomas Gridley, Samuel Hale, Thomas Hale, John Hall, Stepehn Hart, William Hayden, John Haynes, John Higginson, William Hills, John Holloway, William Holton, Thomas Hooker, Edward Hopkins, John Hopkins, Thomas Hosmer, George Hubbard, Thomas Hungerford, William Hyde, Jonathan Ince, Thomas Judd, Nathaniel Kellogg, Ralph Keeler, William Kelsey, Edward Lay, William Lewis, Richard Lord, Richard Lyman, John Marsh, Matthew Marvin, Reinold Marvin, John Maynard, Joohn Moody, John Morris, Benjamin Munn, Thomas Munson, Joseph Mygatt, Thomas Olcott, James Olmsted, John Olmsted, Richard Olmsted, William Pantry, William Parker, Paul Peck, William Phillips, John Pierce, Thomas Porter, Stephen Post, John Pratt, William Pratt, John Purchas, Nathaniel Richard, Thomas Richards, Richard Risley, Thomas Root, Nathaniel Ruscoe, William Ruscoe, John Sable, Thomas Scott, Thomas Selden, Richard Seymour, John Skinner, Arthur Smith, Giles Smith, Thomas Spencer, William Spencer, John Stanley, Timothy Stanley, Thomas Stanton, Edward Stebbins, George Steele, John Steele, George Stocking, John Stone, Samuel Stone, John Talcott, Thomas Thompson, Thomas Upson, Robert Wade, William Wadsworth, Henry Wakeley, James Wakeley, Samuel Wakeman, Nathaniel Ward, Andrew Warner, John Warner, Richard Watts, Richard Webb, John Webster, Thomas Welles, William Westley, William Westwood, John White, Samuel Whitehead, William Whiting, John Wilcock, Gregory Wolterton, Thomas Woodford, George Wyllys.SC

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

 

Grace Shaw Woldf, New London Town Records, Book Second,  (S.l.: s.n., c1900?), rebound copy in custody of the Memphis Public Library, Memphis, TN, p. 22.

Transcribed by Pamela J. Taylor <ptaylor@midsouth.rr.com> ; online New London

Town Records, Book 2 <http://home.att.net/~SGTAYLOR1/nl2.html> as part of the USGenWeb

New London, CT, project <http://home.att.net/~SGTAYLOR1/newlondon.html>;

p. 14: Russel Hubbard, son of Daniel & Martha Hubbard, & Mary Gray

dau. Ebenezer & Mary Gray of New York, married Jan. 30, 1755.

Mary their dau. born July 22- 1756

Thomas " son " Feb. 24- 1758.

p. 16: George Harris of New London, son of Gibson Harris of Norwich, &

Sarah Hubbard of Windsor, dau. of Isaac Hubbard of Windsor, were

married Aug. 15, 1749.

Lucy their dau. born Dec. 18- 1752

Joshua " son " May 10- 1754

Mary " dau. " July 30- 1755

Sarah " " " Feb. 14- 1757

p. 22: Rufus son Daniel & Martha Hubbard born June 28- 1732

Lucretia dau. " " " " June 18- 1734

Daniel son " " " " June 13- 1736

The above Daniel Hubbard & Mrs. Martha Coit were married August

18- 1731