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    LB_00  Obadiah Hubbs/Mary Peak of Burlington, NJ

                               SUMMARY
      Obadiah Hubbs b175_              Mary Peak b                        68  5G
      Edward Hubbs b1777               Hannah Cohn b                      69  4G
      Ellis Hubbs b1810                Sarah C. Clifton b1812             70  3G
      Emeline Hubbs b1833              Albert Fish b1832                  71  2G
      Walter Carlton Fish b1862        Anna Lincoln Southwood b1863       72  1G
      Ethel Mae Fish b1894             Walter Voigt Cook b1892            73  gp
      Warren Southwood Cook b1921      Kathryn Adams Crossley b1924       74   p


    LB_01  Charles Hubbs/Mary  of Philadelphia, PA.

    LB_02  _ Hubbs/Ann Isinghart, son Christopher  of Long Island, N. Y.

    LB_03  Charles Hubbs/Rebecca    Phila., PA/Salem Co., NJ

    LB_04  Jacobus Hubbs/Mary    of Hauppauge, LI, NY.

    LB_05  Jacob Hubbs/LI,NY.

    LB_07  Joseph Hubbs/Rebecca Stockton

    LB_08  Robert Hubbs of NY & line to Canada

    LB_09  John A. Hubbs/Anna M. Poinsett

    LB_11  Isaac Hubbs/_ Meyers
           Michelle's line

    LB_12  Elwood Hubbs/Martha Benner
      Andy Andrelczyk's heritage and research.

    LB_13  Nathaniel Hubbs, Dr./Sandy Pickett's heritage and research.

      Thanks to Kathy Karn, David Walters, John Hubbs, Ken & Ligia,
      Theresa Walker, Andy Andrelczyk, Ruth A. O'Neil, Sandy Pickett
      Priscilla J. Caris & Lorraine "Laura" Caris
      If I left you off, please remind me.

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Robert Hubbs _
   bm 1624 in Gloucester, England
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   n. http://www.antonymaitland.com/HPTEXT/hp0282.txt
      Note: The following is a section of a family history compiled by Herbert
      Armstrong Poole between 1905 & 1960, transcribed by AAA Maitland 1998.
                            Subject 282.   P1 (266) 1950
                               ADAM MOTT
         The following is from "Adam and Anne Mott", by Thomas C.  Cornell,
      Yonkers, 1890: from "The Descendants of Adam Mott", by Edward Doubleday
      Harris, 1906, which corrects many mistakes in Thomas C.  Cornell's work:
      and from "The Jones Family of Long Island", by John Henry Jones, N.Y.,
      1907.
         ..... settled at Merrick, L.I.
         Adam Mott married, 2nd, probably in 1667, Elizabeth Richbell, daughter
      of John and Ann (Parsons) Richbell, who first lived in Oyster Bay and
      later an original patentee of Mamaroneck in 1662. Edward D. Harris says
      that Elizabeth was the daughter of Ann Richbell's first husband, a
      Mr. Redman. After Adam's death, Elizabeth married, not long before
      1691 November 5, Robert Hubbs, and was living as his wife in 1698, the
      date of the Hempstead Census.
   dm 1700 ___ __ in Hempstead, LI, NY.
 with
   Robert _       John _         Charles _      Alexander _
   b              b1646          b1648          ~1670

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LINKAGE BEGIN 00   Obadiah Hubbs/Mary Peak of Burlington, NJ

Charles Hubbs 66
  bm ____
   n. 1699 May 15 NJA v  p308 East Jersey Deeds, etc.  Liber G.  Mortgage.
      Caleb Shreve, late of Freehold, and wife Sarah to Charles Hubas of Madnans
      Neck, L. I., for the following lots: 1, 96.5 acres, N. George Corles,
      S. Frances Jackson, W. Burlington Path, E. Asquanaqua Brook; 2, 3.5 a.
      of the great meadow at the head of Manasquan Brook, W. unappropriated
      meadow, E. Abigaill Lippincott, N. and S. upland; 3, 100a., E.
      Pesquanaqua Brook, W. George Keith, , N. John Lippincott, W.
      unappropriated meadow; 5, 48.5 a., N. Frances Jackson, S. Jacob Cole,
      E. Pasquanaqua Cr., W. George Keith; 6, 1.5 a. of the great meadow, E.
      Thomas cook, W. unsurveyed meadow, N. ans S. upland; in all 250 a., bought
      by grantor of John Lippincott of Shrewsberry January 24, 1692-3; 7, 3.5 a.
      of Pasquanaqua meadows, E. Restore Lippincet, W. Joseph Parker's children,
      N. and S. upland, bo't of William Havens of Shrewsberry February 11, 1695-
      67; 8, 3.5 a. of the great meadow, bo't of Nicholas Sarah November 20,
      1696.
   n. 1720 Grand Jury at Freehold Monmouth Co.

John Hubbs
   mf 1727 Dec 25 Elizabeth Valentine _ Oyster Bay, LI, NY.  LDSR0017693

Charles Hubbs 67
   bm
   mf 1730 Jan 30 Jane Naugle _ of Oyster Bay, LI, NY  he of Hempstead, LI.
      LDSR0017693
   n. 1763 Mar 25 Jane rocf Gwynedd MM, dated 1762 Jun 29.  Hinshaw PMM P557
   n. 1765 Oct 10 Jane gct Gwynedd MM, dated 1762 Jun 29.  Hinshaw PMM P557
   n. GF Hubbs 297 by Richard Hubbs.
 with Jane (nee Naugle _) Hubbs

Joseph Hubbs 67
   bm
   mf 1731 Apr 25 Hannah Denton _ Oyster Bay, LI, NY, he of Hempstead
      LDSR0017693
   bf 1714 ___ __ to Daniel Denton _ et ux Hannah (nee Seaman _) Denton
   n. wm 1755 Mar 21 NYHS Abstracts of Wills V_ P182,183 Liber 20 P313
      In the name of God, Amen, March 21, 1755.  I Joseph Kniffen, of Rye,
      in Westchester County, being sick.  After payment of debts and funeral
      expenses, I leave to my wife Hannah the use of my now dwelling house, and
      all my land on the same side of the road where my house stands, during her
      life.  After her death I leave all my houses and lands and all thereto
      belonging to my 4 daughters, Hannah, wife of Benjamin Roe, Anne Kniffen,
      Phebe, wife of Jonathan Brown, and Elizabeth Kniffen.  The above named
      land is bounded east by Thomas Kniffen and Cornelius Willett, west by
      Ebenezer Knifen, north by Gracious [Grace Church] street, south by
      Ebenezer Kniffen and Roger Parks.  And my daughters are to pay to my
      eldest son, Daniel Kniffen, L9.  I leave to my son Obediah 1 cow. To my
      grand daughter, Phebe Roe, daughter of Benjamin Roe, L8.  My executors are
      to sell a certain piece of land lying in Grace Church street, so called,
      bounded north by Zebulon Brown, south by highway, west by Jonathan Brown,
      This land to be sold to discharge a debt at New York.  Whereas there is a
      certain tract of land in the township of Rye which I and Robert Bloomer,
      deceased, formerly leased to Anthony Miller, my executors are to sue for,
      and, if recovered, to sell the same and deliver the price to my wife.
      Executor: my friends, Thomas Kniffen, Ebenezer Kniffen.
      Witness: Jonathan Brown, Joseph Hubbs.
      Proved: 1757 Jul 29
 with
   Mary _
   b1739

Mary Hubbs _
   bf 1739 ___ __ to Joseph Hubbs _ et ux Hannah (nee Denton _) Hubbs at Oyster
      Bay, Long Island, New York.
   df 1828 Sep 21 and interred at Rye, N. Y.
   mm ____ ___ __ Daniel Strang _
   n. http://rangerschool.esf.edu/bridgen/_private/main/d0008/g0000075.html#I7783
 with Daniel Strang _
   Elizabeth _    Daniel _       John _         Levina _       Joseph _
   b              b              b              b              b
   Mary _         Henry _        William _
   b              b              b

Susannah Hubbs _
   bf
   mm 1735 Apr 27 Uriah Mitchell _, she of Hempstead.
   bm 1714 ___ __ to Robert Mitchell _ et ux Phoebe (nee Denton _) Mitchell
      Parents: longislandgenealogy.com/denton/fam00598.htm

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Charles Hubbs _
   bm 1749 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Jane (nee Naugle _) Hubbs. GF Hubbs
      297.
   zm 1751 May 20 at St. Georges' church of Hempstead, Long Island, N.Y. at the
      same time as his brothers Jacobus (James) and Seelah.
   n. Probable brother to Obadiah of (Mary Peak)?
   mf 1774 Jan 05 Miriam Coffin _, Nantucket Island. 1774 May 01 church records
      GF Hubbs 297.
   bf ____ ___ __ to David Coffin _ et ux Ruth (nee Coleman _) Coffin. GF Hubbs
      297.
   n. Charles was more than likely a Quaker as the Coffins were Quakers. Mariam
      Coffin had a brother Obediah who was lost at sea, so this may be where the
      name came from in this family.  Mary Porter
   n. 1776 Mar Charles moved with family from Nantucket to the Hudson River
      valley. 1788 lived in the town of Half Moon (now Clifton Park). 1802 May,
      they moved to 236 acres in Root, Montgomery Co., N.Y. near Alexander Hubbs
      (1742-1834) and his son Samuel (1765-1855) already there.
   dm 1813 ___ __ Root, Montgomery Co., NY.
   n. 2000 Jan 17 17:10  GenForum posting.
   df 1825
 with Miriam (nee Coffin _) Hubbs
   Elizabeth _    Jane _         Obediah _      Selah _        David _
   b17740913      b              b              b              b
   Charles _      Gideon _       Miriam _       Hannah _       Samuel W _
   b              b              b              b              b
   William C _
   b17950506

Obadiah Hubbs 68
   bm~1750 ___ __ probably to Joseph & Mary of Philadelphia
   mf 1774 Oct 03 Mary Peak 68, PA_SM&ZCR.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Peak 67 et ux Elizabeth (nee Fairly 67) Peak
   ld 1809 Apr 13 NJ_BuCDR Burlington Co., NJ BT P646
      Grantor: Heirs of Edward Peak
      Grantee: Anna Johnson.  Mary Hubbs, dau of Edward Peak.
 with Mary (nee Peak 68) Hubbs
   Joseph 69      Edward 69      Charles 69
   ~1775          b1777          b

Joseph Hubbs 69
   bm~1775 probably to Obediah
   mf 1797 Sep 14 Rebecca Stockton 10
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   ld 1802 Oct 01 NJ_BuCDR BN P371
      Grantor: Joseph Hubbs of Chester Twp et ux Rebecca
      Grantee: Arthur Quick
      Transaction: $207 for 9 acres and 24 perches.
      Description: POB a post corner to Job Stockton's lot in the line of
      John Ward, thence by said Stockton S49 15W 8c80l to a corner to John
      Taylor & Elias Johnson; thence by said Johnson N49 30W 9c98l to a post in
      said Johnston's line, corner of Jonathan Enoch's lot; N49 15E 10c10l;
      S41 15E 9c9l to POB containing 9 acres and 24 perches which said land
      Joseph purchased of Abraham and Isaac Fenimore by deed dated 1799 Dec 02,
      which they purchased of John Hewings et ux Hetulah 1797 Dec 04 a part of
      100 acres he received from his father Abraham Hewlings 1797 Feb 03 which
      he got from his father Jacob Hewlings 1731 Jan 15 #3 of wills folio 186.
   n. GenForum 82.
   ld 1819 NJ_BuCDR BK2 471
      Grantor: Joseph Hubbs
      Grantee: William Griffith
   df 1868 Nov 30 in Philadelphia, Pa.
 with Rebecca (nee Stockton 10) Hubbs
   Aaron K 11     Emeline 11
   b1817          b1824

Charles Hubbs 69
   bm probably to Obediah
   mf
   ld 1811 NJ_BuCDR BV1 P550
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: George Browning
   ld 1813 NJ_BuCDR BA2 P196
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: Arthur Quick
   ld 1817 NJ_BuCDR BM3 P374
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles Hubbs, Jr.
   ld 1825 NJ_BuCDR BS2 P449
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: Paul K. Hubbs
   n. If this is Obadiah's Charles, then there is something wrong with the
      the Paul K. lineage.
 with
   Charles _
   b

Edward Hubbs 69
   bm 1777 ___ __ to Obadiah Hubbs 68 et ux Mary (nee Peak 68) Hubbs
   mf 1800 Mar 03 Hannah Cohn 69, NJ_BuCMR P119
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   n. http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk7b.txt
      Search on your Vandegrift and you should come up with Daniel Knight.
      John Knight, potential father to Daniel, married Elizabeth Hubbs, daughter
      of early Charles and Mary. This may be a pointer to Obadiah's father since
      son Edward mf2 Rebecca Vandegrift.
   ld 1803 May 16 NJ_BuCDR BN P467
      Grantor: Aaron Anderson, Thomas Middleton et ux Abigail, of Chester Twp.
      Grantee: Edward Hubbs
      Transaction: $105 G&S for 12 acres.
   ld 1804 Mar 24 NJ_BuCDR BQ P1
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs et ux Hannah of Chester Twp, Burlington Co., NJ
      Grantee: Elihu Smith
      Transaction: $250 for 10 acres.
      Description: POB a post in John Ward line to a lot possessed by Richard
      Horner
      N57 30E &4c20l to a post in the South line and corner to John Brackney;
      S27 45E 21c22l to a post in Edward Duffc line;
      S42 30W &4c60l to a corner post of Duffield;
      N28 32W 22c30l to POB containing 12 acres except two acres off for the
      school house.
   ld 1813 Dec 09
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Uriah Brock, Jr.
      Description:
      1. 30 acres which he purchased of Samuel Lowden et ux.
      2. POB a stake corner to land sold to Charles Hubbs containing 15 acres.
   n. 1816 Jan 11 NoOG.
      Rebecca Hubbs at meeting.
   mf 1816 Sep 05 Rebecca (nee Middleton 69) Vandergrift widow of Jesse
      Vandergrift 69
   bf 1787 ___ __ to
   n. Rebecca Middleton with _ Vandergrift 69
        Middleton Vandergrift, Jane (nee Vandergrift) Peak, Daniel Vandergrift
   c. 1830 Census M19 New Jersey R80 Burlington Co.
      p211  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
       Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Edward___/2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Edward Hubbs )        40-49M
 (Rebecca)              30-39F
                        15-19M
 (Amelia)               10-14F
 (Obediah)                5-9M
 (Charles)                5-9M
 (Samuel C)               0-4M
 (Ellis)                  0-4M
 (Phebe)                  0-4F
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248
      p269_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _/0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Edward Hubbs           60-69M
 (Rebecca)              50-59F
                        20-29M
 (Phebe)                10-14F
                          5-9M
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P087B L27 41/43
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Township
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 28 by Jos. H. Smith  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Rebecca                    63                             NJ
 Abigail                    17                             NJ
 Edward                     73  farmer                     NJ
   wm 1850 Jun 21 NJA 15592C
      Whereas I, Edward Hubbs of the Township of Chester in the County of
      Burlington and State of New Jersey being at this time of sound body and
      memory (for which blessings I thank God) do make and ordain this my last
      will and testament, in manner as follows (viz) First, I hereby will and
      direct my Executors hereafter named to collect all the moneys I have out
      upon mortgage or otherwise as soon as it can conveniently be done after
      my decease, and out of the funds thus collected to pay all my just debts
      funeral charges and incidental expences.  Second, the balance or residue
      of money remaining of the funds as aforesaid, I give and bequeath to my
      following named children:  Ameliann Hinchman, Obediah Hubbs, Charles
      Hubbs, Samuel Hubbs, Ellis Hubbs, Phebe Higbee, Jesse Hubbs, Hanna Brock,
      Edward Hubbs, and Abigail Hubbs to each share and share alike.  Third,
      my will also is that my above named children shall each pay equally and
      every year to my dear wife Rebecca Hubbs (who I shall hereafter further
      provide for ) the sum of five dollars during her natural life.  Fourth,
      I also will and bequeath to my said wife, the house and lot of land in or
      near Bridgeboro and where I now live and all my household goods and all
      other moveable property now upon and about the premises above mentioned,
      during her lifetime.  Fifth, after the decease of my said wife, my will
      is and I hereby order and direct, my executors as soon as they convenient-
      ly can, to sell by public sale or otherwise all the property above be-
      queathed to her my said wife, and to pay over out of the proceeds of the
      same to Middleton Vandegrift, Jane Peak and Daniel Vandegrift, children
      of my said wife four hundred dollars in equal portions and the residue of
      the last mentioned proceeds, I give and bequeath to my children first
      named in this my will to them in equal portions, Sixth and lastly, I do
      hereby appoint my friend Samuel Sowden and my son Obediah Hubbs Executors
      to this my last will and testament.  In witness whereof, I have hereunto
      set my hand and seal this twenty first day of June in the year of our Lord
      one thousand eight hundred and fifty.  Signed, sealed, published and
      declared to be the last will and testament of Edward Hubbs in the
      presence of John Smith, William Litle, Colin Hackney.
 with Hannah (nee Cohn 70) Hubbs
   Amelia Ann 70  Obediah 70     Charles 70     Samuel C 70    Ellis 70
   b1801          b1806          b              b1809          b18100409
   Phebe 70
   b1814
 with Rebecca (nee Vandergrift) Hubbs
   Jesse 70       Hannah 70      Edward 70      Abigail 70
   b18170630      b              b1822          b1833

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Amelia Ann Hubbs 70
   bf 1801 May 20 to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   mm ____ ___ __ John Hinchman 70
   bm 1796 Aug 24 to
      c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P      R248 P273 L  .
      NJ, Burlington Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Hinchman            /1 8 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 (John)___________________ 40-49MW
 (Amelia Ann)_____________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 (Hannah)_________________ 00-04FW
      c. 1840 U. S. Census M19 Index P      R248 P269 L  .
      NJ, Burlington Co., Chester Twp.
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 John Hinchman            /1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0/
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 Index P_get   R443 P121A L29  524/557.
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Twsp.
      Enumerated:  1850 Oct 18  Jos. H. Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Hinchman              54M Farmer                     NJ
 Amelia Ann                 49F                            NJ
 Edward                     20M                            NJ       S
 Hannah                     12F                            NJ       S
 Mary Emma                   5F                            NJ
 William Hubbs              11M                            NJ       S
   df 1876 Mar 17 and interred Asbury Methodist, Rt. 130, Cinnaminson Twp.?,
      N. J.
   dm 1877 Mar 08 and interred Asbury Methodist, Rt. 130, Cinnaminson Twp.?,
      N. J.
 with John Hinchman 7
   Edward 71      Hannah 71      Mary Emma 71
   b1830          b1838          b1845

Obediah Hubbs 70
   bm 1806 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah Ann Middleton 70
   bf 1801
   df 1831 Aug __
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel Clifton 70
   bf 1815 ___ __ to Thomas Clifton 69 et ux Rachel in Gloucester Co., N. J. and
      is probably the sister of Sarah who married Obadiah's younger brother
      Ellis.
      2002/9/20 from Ruth A. O'Neil
   c. 1830 Census M19 New Jersey Gloucester Co.  R81
      p009_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Obediah__/1 0 0 1 2 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 0 1 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Obadiah)              20-29M
 (Sarah Ann)            20-29F
                        20-29M
                        20-29F
                        15-19M
                        15-19F
                        10-14F
 (Eliza Jane)             0-4F
 (Thomas Middleton)       0-4M
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248
      p276_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/0 2 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Obediah)              30-39M
 (Rachel)               20-29F
                        10-14M
 (Thomas)                 5-9M
 (Edward)                 5-9M
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R445 P144 L5 378/389
      N.J., Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 26 by E. P. Andrew;
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Obediah Hubbs              44M Farmer                     NJ
 Rachael                    35F                            NJ
 Thomas                     17M Farmer                 9000NJ       S
 Edward                     15M                            NJ       S
 Sarah A                     9F                            NJ       S
 Allen                       7M                            NJ       S
 Samuel                      5M                            NJ       S
 Rebecca                     3F                            NJ
 William H.                4moM                            NJ
 Anna Smith                 17F                            Ireland
 Middleton Hubbs            21M Farmer                     NJ
   df 1864 Mar 19 at 48 interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
      NJ_DR B_C P701
      Father: Thomas Clifton
      Mother: Rachel Clifton
      Place of birth: Gloucester Co.
      Date of death: 1864 Mar 26.
      Cause: Lung fever
      Age: 50
      Place of death: Riverton, N. J.
      Ref: 2002/9/15 Ruth O'Neil, personal communication to RWC75.
   dm 1883 Jun 26 and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
   n. some information thanks to Kathy Karn of Daniel Vandergrift.
 with Sarah Ann (nee Middleton 70) Hubbs
   Eliza Jane 71  Thomas M 71
   b18271028      b18291006
 with Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   Edward 71      Sarah A 71     Allen 71       Samuel G 71
   b183310        b1835          b1841          b1843          b1845
   Rebecca 71     William H 71
   b1847          b18500706

Charles Hubbs 70
   bm ____ ___ __  to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   mf 1829 Dec 25 Mary Newton 70, both of Burlington. NJ_GCMR P108.
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248 Chester
      p264_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/1 1 1 1 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 1 0 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Charles Hubbs)        30-39M
 (Mary)                 20-29F
                        15-19M
                        15-19F
                        10-14M
                          5-9M
                          5-9F
                          0-4M
                          0-4F
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P78A L1 176/184
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Twsp.
      Enumerated:  1850 Oct 18  Jos. H. Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Joshua Newton              27M Farmer                     NJ
 Linda                      25F                            NJ
 Samuel                      1M                            NJ
 Samuel King                20M Labourer                   NJ
 William Scott              23M Labourer                   NJ
 Elvenia Adams              19F                            NJ
 Elizabeth Hubbs            19F                            NJ
 with Mary (nee Newton 70) Hubbs
   Charles D 71
   b1852

Samuel C. Hubbs 70
   bm 1809 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   mf 1831 Dec 13 Priscilla Garwood 70 by Isaac Evaul, Just. of Peace
   mf ____ ___ __ Hannah _ 70 (probably Austin)
   bf 1813 ___ __ to _
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248
      p____ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/1 2 0 1 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/2 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Samuel)               30-39M
 (Priscilla)            20-29F
                        15-19M
                          5-9F
 (Benjamin)               5-9M
 (Joseph)                 5-9M
 (William N.)             0-4M
 (Keturah)                0-4F
 (Mary A.)                0-4F
   df ____ ___ __
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R445 L25 P120
      N.J., Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1950 Oct 01 by E. J. Andrews
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Samuel C. Hubbs            41M Farmer                     NJ
 Hannah                     25F                            NJ
 Benjamin                   18M                            NJ
 Joseph                     15M                            NJ
 Keturah                    13F                            NJ      S
 Mary A.                    11F                            NJ      S
 Elizabeth                   9F                            NJ      S
 Henrietta                   7F                            NJ      S
   n. Some children are also enumerated with the Austins below.  Perhaps Hannah
      relatives.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P087A L42 27/29
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Twsp.
      Enumerated:  1850 Oct 18  Jos. H. Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Asa Austin
 Charles Austin             12M                            NJ       S
 Jemima Ann Austin          10F                            NJ       S
 Anna Martha Austin          1F                            NJ
 Ketura Hubbs               12F                            NJ       S
 Joseph Hubbs               14M                            NJ       S
 Henrietta Hubbs             5F                            NJ       S
   n. 1859 Jan 26 Miss Hannah Hubbs died.  Manayunk Star & Roxborough Gazette.
      1859 Jan 26 on the morning of the 26th instant at the residence of her
      mother, Green Lane, Manayunk.  GSOP, Misc Newspaper Notices, Marriages and
      Deaths.  1823-1969 V1 & V2, Roxborough, East Falls, Manayunk.
   n. 1869 Jan 24 at Roxborough Baptist Parsonage by Rev . David Spencer, Mr.
      Charles Wesley Maxon of Manayunk to Miss Emma Virginia, dau of Mr. Isaiah
      Hubbs of Roxborough. GSOP, Misc Newspaper Notices, Marriages and Deaths
      1823-1969 V1 & V2 P615, Roxborough, East Falls, Manayunk.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P31 L36 271/315 B
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Cinnaminson Township
      1880 Jun 16 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Samuel C. Hubbs         MW 71          Merchant -     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Hannah                  FW 67   Wif
 Rebeccah H.             FW 27   Dau
 Ida Virginia            FW  8   GDa
   n. 1880 Samuel C. has a groin rupture and Rebeccah H has dyspipsy?
   df 1883 Mar 23 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist Cemetery
      1893 Nov 29 removed to Burlington, Burlington Co., NJ.
   wm 1887 May 05 NJA In the name of God, Amen.  I, Samuel C. Hubbs, of Riverton
      NJ being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and publish this,
      my last will and testament in manner following; that is to say
      First; It is my will and I do order and direct that all my just debts and
      funeral expenses be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease.
      Second; I do give and bequeath to Mary J. Shedaker, the note of Three
      Hundred Dollars held by my wife Hannah Hubbs, against John H. Shedaker;
      Third, I do give and bequeath all the residue of my estate, real and
      personal, to my children, Benjamin G. Hubbs, Joseph M. Hubbs, Keturah
      Lytle, Mary Ann Austin, Elizabeth Hamunde, Henrietta Austin, Rebecca
      Dunphy; to be equally divided between them, share and share alike.
      Fourth; I do give and devise all my real and personal estate to William F.
      Morgan and Benjamin G. Hubbs, my executors hereinafter named, in trust,
      for the purposes specified in my will, with power to sell and dispose of
      the same at public or private sale, at such times and in such manner as to
      them, shall seem just;
      Fifth; I do hereby constitute and appoint William F. Morgan, and Benjamin
      G. Hubbs executors of this my last will and testament;
      Sixth; I do hereby revoke all former wills, by me, at any time heretofore
      made.
      In witness whereof, I ths said Samuel C. Hubbs have hereunder set my hand
      this fifth day of May A. D. 1887.
      Signed, acknowledged and declared by the said Samuel C. Hubbs, as and for
      his last will and testament in the presence of us (both being present at
      the same time) who at his request in his presence and in the presence of
      each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses.  Theo. Ely,
      John Wallace.
   dm 1890 Jul 12 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Cemetery
 with Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs
   Benjamin G 71  Joseph M 71    Keturah 71     Mary A 71      Elizabeth 71
   b1832          b1835          b1837          b1839          b1841
   Henrietta 71   William N 71
   b1843
 with Hannah
   Rebecca H. 71
   b1853 NJ

Ellis Hubbs 70
   bm 1810 Apr 09 to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
   n. Note the name Ellis probably leads to Rowland Ellis via Jane Evans who
      married John Hubbs, she being Rowland's granddaughter.
   mf~1832 ___ __ Sarah C. Clifton 70
   bf 1812 Apr 17 to Thomas Clifton 69 et ux and is probably sister to Rachel
      Clifton who married Ellis' older brother Obadiah as his second wife.
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248
      p275_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ellis____/1 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 2 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Ellis)                30-39M
 (Sarah)                20-29F
 (Emeline)                5-9F
 (Rachel)                 5-9F
 (George)                 0-4M
 (Jane)                   0-4F
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R445, P144
      N.J., Camden Co., Delaware Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Nov 26 by E. P. Andrews
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Ellis Hubbs                40M Farmer                11200NJ
 Sarah                      38F                            NJ
 Emeline                    17F                            NJ
 Rachel A.                  15F                            NJ       S
 George                     13M                            NJ       S
 Jane                       11F                            NJ       S
 Martha                      9F                            NJ       S
 Mary E.                     7F                            NJ       S
 Nelson                      4M                            NJ
 Ridgway                     1M                            NJ
 Thomas Fallon              17M Farmer                     NJ
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686  p833 1702/1762
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Newton Twsp., P. O. Haddonfield;
      Enum.: 1860 Jul 16, Jos. E. Stafford, Jr.
 Ellis Hubbs                 50M Farmer            2000     NJ
 Sarah                       48                             NJ
 Eliza J.                    21                             NJ
 Mary E.                     16                             NJ
 Nelson                      14                             NJ           S
 Israel R.                   12                             NJ           S
 Ellis C.                     6                             NJ           S
 Lucy G. Page                19F School teacher             NJ
 James Carr                  30  Farm laborer               NJ
 James Reid                  16    "     "                  NJ
 George Atler                30    "     "                  NJ
     +
   wm 1867 Nov __ NJA 17391C Whereas, I, Ellis Hubbs of the Township of Chester
      in the County of Burlington and State of New Jersey, being of sound mind
      and memory for which blessing I thank God, do make and ordain this my last
      will and testament, in manner as follows, to wit.
      First - I direct my executors herein after named, to pay my just debts
      and funeral charges, as soon as convenient after my decease.  Second - I
      give and bequeathe to my dear wife Sarah Hubbs, the use of all my
      household furniture, stock and farming utensils of every description, so
      long as she shall continue with her family on the farm I now occupy.
      Third - When it is deemed expedient by my said wife to discontinue
      farming, I direct my Executors, to deliver to her, sufficient furniture
      (of her own selecting), to furnish a small house, and to sell the
      balance, together with all my stock, and property of every description,
      and with the proceeds to purchase a small house for the use of my said
      wife so long as she remains my widdow.  Fourth - In case of the death or
      marriage of my said wife, I direct my executors, or the survivor of them,
      to sell said house, and divide the proceeds equally between my dear
      children.  Fifth - It is my desire that my son George W. Hubbs should, in
      case he becomes able, pay over to my dear wife, out of the debt which he
      owes me, three hundred dollars toward her support.  But it is my
      particular desire, that he shall not be prosecuted for the same, and I
      particularly enjoin upon him and all my dear children, to see that their
      mother does not suffer the want of any things.  Sixth and lastly - I do
      hereby appoint my dear wife executrix and my son in law Albert Fish
      Executor of this my last will and testament.  In witness whereof, I have
      hereunto set my hand and seal this   day of November in the year of our
      Lord Eighteen Hundred and Sixty Seven - 1867.  Signed, sealed, published
      and declared to be the last will and testament of Ellis Hubbs in the
      presence of J. H. Stokes, Frederick C. Stokes.
   dm 1868 Feb 04 funeral set the 8'th at his late residence in Moorestown at
      11 o'clock AM and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
      From BCHS MSS98#4 Box 1
   df 1883 Oct 03 at 72 in Camden, NJ and interred in the Asbury Methodist
      Church Cemetery which I, rwc75, occasionally visit. Father: Thos. Clifton
      (B-49).  NJ_CaCHS death records.
   n. Someone should have her picture.  Who?
 with Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   Emeline 71     Rachel 71      George W 71    Eliza J 71     Martha 71
   b1833          b1835          b1837          b1839          b1841
   Mary E 71      Nelson 71      Israel R 71    Ellis C 71
   b1843          b1846          b18490211      b18520707

Phebe Hubbs 70
  bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Hannah Cohn 69 in NJ
  mm ____ ___ __ Samuel Garwood 70 in the house of her father Edward near
     Moorestown, by Ee Page, Mister of the Gospel.
  dm 1844 Apr 10 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist Cem.
  mm ____ ___ __ William Higbee 70
  bm 1812 Jul 07 to Thomas Higbee 69 et ux Mary (nee Browning 69) Higbee
  df 1857 Mar 01 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist Cem.
  n. George Harrison Higbee 71 mf 1879 Oct 16 Sally Fortiner 71 in Camden, NJ
     and had Pauline 72 bf 1882 Dec 20, George Harrison 72 bm 1887 Jun 18
 with William Higbee 70
   Theodore F 71  Isadore M 71   George H 71
   b18480416      b18500913      b18521122

Jesse Hubbs 70
   bm 1817 Jun 30 to Edward Hubbs 69 and Rebecca (nee Middleton 69) Vandergrift
      Hubbs 69
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Ann _ 70
   bf 1821 ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P121B L32 531/564
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Twsp.
      Enumerated:  1850 Oct 18  Jos. H. Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Jesse Hubbs                33M Farmer                     NJ
 Maryann                    29F                            NJ
 Miriam L.                   6F                            NJ       S
 Anna Marie                  3F                            NJ
 Sarah Elizabeth Bright     16F                            NJ       S
 Thomas Bright              13M                            NJ       S
 William Chattin            16M                            NJ       S

   df 1855 Feb 05 at 33, wife of Jesse Hubbs, interred at NJ, Bridgeboro
      Methodist Cemetery.
      Tombstone: /IN/Memory of/MARY ANN/wife of/JESSE HUBBS/who departed this
      life/Feb. 5th, 1855/aged 33 years 1 month/and ? day/---/(4 lines of verse)
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD7  ED39 S1 L100
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1901 Sep 17 interred at NJ, Delran, Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery.
      Tombstone: /AT REST./JESSE HUBBS./JUNE 30, 1917./SEPT. 17, 1901./
      /BLESSED ARE THE PURE IN HEART/FOR THEY SHALL SEE GOD./
   n. Daughter A?aline Hubbs 71 interred at Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery
      Aged 22Years 1Mo 3days?
 with Mary Ann (nee _ 70) Hubbs
   Miriam L 71    Anna M 71      A?aline 71
   b1844          b1847

Sarah Hubbs _
   bf
   mm 1840 May 31 Henry Roth _
      1840 Jun 12 Burlington Gazette and New Jersey Agricultural Register P3 C4.

Hannah Hubbs 70
   bf ____ ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Rebecca (nee Middleton 69) Vandergrift
      Hubbs

Edward Hubbs 70
   bm 1822 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Rebecca (nee Middleton 69) Vandergrift
      Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Pheobe _ 70
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R443 P88A L17 48/50
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Chester Twsp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Sep 28  Jos. H. Smith, Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Edmund Hubbs               28M Tailor                     NJ
 Phebe                      25F                            NJ
 John                        7M                            NJ       S
 Hannah Ann                  5F                            NJ       S
 Hamilton                    3M                            NJ
 James                     8moM                            NJ
   df 1862 ___ __ and interred at Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery, Delran, N. J.
      Tombstone: /PHOEBE (30cm radius)/wife of/EDWARD HUBBS/
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah A.
   bf 1831
   n. below Ed maybe 1'st son of Charles and her maiden name may be Downam since
      she is burried between William Downam Sr. and Jr.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P66 L28 237/248 A
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township
      1880 Jun 26 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Edward Hubbs            WM 61          Farm Labor           NJ    NJ    NJ
 Sarah A.                WF 48   Wif    Keeping ho           NJ    NJ    NJ
 Fannie                  WF 10   Dau                         NJ    NJ    NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S3 L8
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   df 1897 Aug 26 interred at NJ, Delran, Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery.
      Tombstone: /SARAH A. HUBBS( on ~.5m arc)/DIED/AUG. 26, 1897/IN HER 66 YEAR
      /-----/ASLEEP IN JESUS/
   n. Lizzie, daughter of Edward and Sarah is buried here df 1878 Jul 06.
      Tombstone: /LIZZIE/Daughter of/EDWARD & SARAH HUBBS/
      /I.. departed this live/July 6th, 1878/
      /Aged 6 years & 3 months./S... in the ..../There be .../......./
 with Phebe (nee _ 70) Hubbs
   John 71        Hannah Ann 71  Hamilton 71    James C 71
   b1843          b1845          b1847          b1850
 with Sarah A. (nee _ 70) Hubbs
   Fannie 71      Lizzie 71
   b1870          b187204

Abigail Hubbs 70
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 69 and Rebecca (nee Middleton 69) Vandergrift
      Hubbs
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Thomas Hubbs 71
   bm 1833 ___ __ to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs

Edward Hubbs 71
   bm 1835 ___ __ to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs

Sarah "Sallie" A. Hubbs 71
   bf 1841  ___ __ to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mm 1869 Jun 24 Charles Hall 71, Capt. by Rev. J. H. Payran at parsonage in
      Bridgeborough, all of Burlington Co., she the eldest daughter.  CaCHS
      18690630WJP 18690626CD
      NJ_FUMCOD - He of Palmyra, she of Delanco, by Rev. J. W. Payran.
      1869 Jun 25 PA_PPL V_LXVII N80 Fri. Morn
      Hall-Hubbs- On Thursday ___, at the Parsonage, at Bridgeborough, by the
      Rev. J. H. Pay..., Captain Charles Hall (late Fourth, NJ Inf.), and Miss
      Sallie A. Hubbs, daughter of Obediah Hubbs, Esq., all of Burlington
      county, N. J. No cards.

Allen Hubbs 71
   bm 1843  ___ __ to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Lucy G. 71
      I would bet that this is Lucy G. Page listed with Ellis Hubbs in 1850.
   bf 1840
   n. Co. G. 23 Reg't NJ Vol.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775 SD3 E64 P32 L28      /
      New Jersey, Camden County, Stockton Township
      1880 Jun 18 John H. Sina, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Allen Hubbs             MW 36       M  Farmer         NJ    NJ    NJ
 Lucy G                  FW 40   Wif F                 NJ    NJ
 Charles H               MW 10   SonS   At school      NJ    NJ    NJ
 Walter K                MW  8   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Royden                  MW  4   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Elizabeth Thompson      FW 35          Servant        PA

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD7  ED29 S23 L45
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1896 Dec 26 at 53Y and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
 with Lucy G.
   Charles H 72   Walter R 72    Royden K
   b1870          b1872          b1876

Samuel Garwood Hubbs 71
   bm 1844 Aug 15 to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mf 1864 Mar 10 Beulah A. Hunter 71, both of Riverton, Burlington Co., NJ by
      Paul C. Budd, Mayor at the W. J. Hotel. CaCHS 18640316WJP
   bf 1844 Dec 23
   df 1916 Jan 13 and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E21 P73 L6 315/330 D
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township
      1880 Jun 28 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Samuel G. Hubbs         WM 35       M                       NJ    NJ
 Beulah A.               WF 34   Wif M  Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Frank P.                WM 15   SonS   Farming        NJ    NJ    NJ
 William                 WM 12   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S4 L82
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   n. HUBBS, Beulah (widow of Samuel) housekeeper T H&L 4 Creek Bridgeboro,
      Delran Twp.  NJBC_TFJFD.
   n. Dallas Hubbes is enumerated with Samuel G. Hubbs 71 in the 1880 Census.
   dm 1913 May 08 and interred in the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery.
 with Beulah A.
   Frank P 72     William 72
   b1865          b1868

Rebecca Hubbs 71
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mm 1866 Aug 19 William A. Austin 71.  Dollar Newspaper 1866/08/25 P2 C3.

William Henry Hubbs 71
   bm 1850 Jul 06 to Obediah Hubbs 70 et ux Rachel (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs in
      Merchantville, N. J.
   mf 1876 Mar 03 Louisa Frederika Allmeroth 71 of Riverside, N. J. in
      Cinnaminson.
   bf 1850 May 05 to August Allmeroth 70 et ux Wilhemina, he being born 1828 in
      Hesse Kassel, Germany. Both are interred in Riverside Cemetery.
   n. 2002/09/21 Ruth O'Neil's great grandfather and she has provided
      most details of this line. 2003/1/17 updated.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P46 L46 19/21 B
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township
      1880 Jun 21 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Henry Hubbs             WM 26          Farm labor     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Louisa                  WF 20   Wif    Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Mary                    WF  2   Dau                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 John                    WM  3   Son                   Nj    NJ    NJ
   n. They attended the Moravian Church in Palmyra, N. J.

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED87 S12 L99
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1923 Jan 23 of Intestinal Nephritis.
   df 1920 Dec 08 of Nephritis.
 with Louisa Frederika (nee Allmeroth 71) Hubbs
   John A 72      Mary L 72      Lizzie M 72    Sallie R 72    Laura 72
   b18760606      b18770922      b18801222      b18830406      b18861213
   Henry F 72     Clara M 72     Walter S 72    Stella Ida 72  David 72
   18881209       18900409       18921212       18941223       18960708
   George O 72    Howard 72      Ruth A 72
   b18981006      b19000310      b19021214

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Charles Dallas Hubbs 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 70 et ux Mary (nee Newton 70) Hubbs
   mf 1868 Nov 09 Rachel W. Gennett 71, both of Cinnaminson, Burlington Co., NJ,
      by James L. Kemble, Esq.
      1868 Nov 18 West Jersey Press, Camden, NJ.
      1868 Nov 21 The New Republic, Camden, NJ.
      1868 Nov 21 Camden Democrat.
      1868 Nov 14 Burlington Gazette P2 Col3.
   bf 1850
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E21 P73 L6 315/330 D
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township
      1880 Jun 28 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Dallas Hubbs            WM 33                         NJ    NJ    NJ
 Rachel                  WF 28   Wif M  Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Neff                    WM 10   SonS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Margaret                WF  8   DauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Mary                    WF  7   DauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Maomi                   WF  4   DauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Anna Mary               WF 4mFebDauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
   n. in the 1880 Census Dallas is with Samuel G. Hubbs 71

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD   ED32 S25B L
      New Jersey, Burlington County, Riverside
      Enumerated: 1900
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Dallas Hubbs                  Jan1846 54  30                                   Farm Laborer
 Rachael W.                    Aug1850 49    1111
 Jemima                        Aug1877 22 (she must be the Miami in 1880)
 Ella                          Jan1884 17
 Charles                       Mar1886 14
 Lizzie                        Jul1887 12
 Clarence                         1890 10
 Florence                      Nov1891  8
 Viola                         Nov1895  4

   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R V E76 F S34B L //
      NJ, Burlington Co., Riverside
      Enumerated: 1910

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Dallas C. Hubbs                 64  40                                                      Huckster--Veget
 Racheal                         60    1111
 Charles                         22
 Lizzie                          21
 Florence                        17-- name--started with "F' must be Florence
 Clarence                        19
 Ada                             15

   dm 1928 Jan 07 and interred Fairview Cemtery, Rt. 130, Delran, NJ. NJ_DFC
      Death Certificate: Eceived - 2001 May 19 Kathy Karn
      Charles Dallas Hubbs died January 7, 1928/ male white married/
      wife Rachel Gennett/ born 1852--no month or day listed/ Farmer/ born NJ
      son of Charles Hubbs and Mary Newton
      informant Mrs Rachel Hubbs, Progress and Stokes St. Riverside
      buried Fairview Christian Cemetery
   df 1935 ___ __ and interred Fairview Cemtery, Rt. 130, Delran, NJ. NJ_DFC
 with Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71) Hubbs
   Neff 72        Margaret 72    Mary 72        Maomi 72       Anna M 72
   b1870          b1872          b1874          b1876          b1879
   Ella A 72      Charles 72     Clarence 72
   b1882122?      b1886          b1890
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Benjamin G. Hubbs 71
   bm 1832 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.

Joseph M. Hubbs 71
   bm 1835 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.
   n. 1857 Sep 12 Dollar Newspaper P2 C6.
      Joseph J. Hubbs mf 1857 Aug 27 Sarah Newton.

Keturah Hubbs 71
   bf 1837 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Lytle 71

Mary Ann Hubbs 71
   bf 1839 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs./
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Austin 71

Elizabeth Hubbs 71
   bf 1842 Apr 20 to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.
   mm 1861 Oct 15 Edward Hamlin 71.  Will of Elizabeth's father says Hamunde.
      Return of Marriages in the Township of Burlington, County of Burlington,
      State of New Jersey, Volume C-2, p. 218
         1861 Oct 15  Edward Hamlin       parent: Joseph Hamlin
                      Elizabeth Hubbs     parent: Samuel Hubbs
   bm 1831 Jul __ to Joseph Hamlin 70 et ux in PA.
   n. Grandparents of Harry Hamlin mf Alice Hubbs, he the son of Samuel Hamlin
      & Elizabeth Fitzpatrick.   Evidence offered by Cowgirl Belle, descendant.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R68_  V    SD3 E13  P70A  L8  R46/48
      NJ, Burlington Co., Beverly Twp., P5
      Enumerated: 1880 Jun 08 George Whitney, Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Edward Hamlin                WM 48              M  Builder                     4                     PA          CN          PA
 Elizabeth                    WF 35   Wife       M  Keeping House                                   XXNJ          NJ          NJ
 Linda P.                     WF 18   Daughter  S   Dressmaker                                        NJ          PA          NJ
 Charles C.                   WM 16   Son       S   Apprentice at Carpentering                        NJ          PA          NJ
 Mary J.                      WF 14   Daughter  S   At School                                      S  NJ          PA          NJ
 Edward                       WM 12   Son       S   At School                                      S XNJ          PA          NJ
 Samuel H.                    WM 10   Son       S   At School                                      S  NJ          PA          NJ
 Henry                        WM  7   Son       S                                                     NJ          PA          NJ
 Margaret                     WF  4   Daughter  S                                                     NJ          PA          NJ
 Benjamin H.                  WF  1   Son       S                                                     NJ          PA          NJ

   df 1894 Mar 18, NJ
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R68_  SD201/5  ED11  S11 L58  233/234
      NJ, Burlington Co., Beverly Twp., Delanco Town
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 15, Samuel L. Heal

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT
 Edward Hamlin         Head  WMJul1831 68M       PA     PA     PA               Carpenter                4   YYYOLH
 Harry                 Son   WMFeb1874 26S       NJ     PA     NJ               Carpenter                3   YYY
 Margaret              Dau   WFMar1876 24S       NJ     PA     NJ                                        3   YYY
 Benj.                 Son   WMAug1878 21S       NJ     PA     NJ               Carpenter                4   YYY
 Danl                  Son   WMApr1881 19S       NJ     PA     NJ               Carpenter                5   YYY

   dm 1902 Jul 31 in NJ.
 with Elizabeth (nee Hubbs 71) Hamlin
   Linda P 72     Charles C 72   Mary J 72      Edward 72      Samuel H 72
   b1862          b1864          b1866          b1868          b1870
   Henry 72       Margaret 72    Benjamin H 72  Daniel 72
   b1873          b1876          b1879          b188104


Henrietta Hubbs 71
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Austin 71
   n. Harriet L. Hubbs m Charles Austin 1862/03/11  Dollar Newspaper
      1862 Feb 22 P2 C4. She of Delanco, he of Bridgeboro.

William N. Hubbs 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Priscilla (nee Garwood 70) Hubbs.
   mf ____ ___ __ Jemima Austin 71
   bf 1840
   ld 1872 NJ_BuCDR BN8 P207
      Grantor: William Hubbs
      Grantee: Wesley H. Dobbins
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BZ9 P520
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Edward H. Ogden
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BZ9 P544
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Thomas H. Craige
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BZ9 P600
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: August Schell
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BD10 P567
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Geo. B. Johnson
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BD10 P571
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Geo. B. Johnson
   ld 1880 NJ_BuCDR BD10 P172
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Caroline Linker
   ld 1880 NJ_BuCDR BE10 P305
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Com John Decker
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BR10 P639
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Martha Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BR10 P495
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Augustine J. Savage
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV10 P1
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV10 P30
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV10 P33
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV10 P37
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV10 P257
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1879 B211 P553 Tax sale
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Robert W. Babbington
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BR10 P639
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Martha Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BR10 P495
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Augustine J. Savage
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BT10 P464
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: David Meeks
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BT10 P506
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Bridgeboro School District #25
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV/U10 P30
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV/U10 P33
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV/U10 P37
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BV/U10 P257
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: George W. Austin
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BW10 P41
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Barclay Murray
   ld 1890 B286 P526
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Johanna Wilson
   ld 1890 B286 P526
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Johanna Wilson

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S1 L36
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   ld 1901 B360 P162
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Ferdinand Nolte
   ld 1902 B361 P275
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Edward M. Brock
   ld 1902 B368 P39
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: William H. Page
   ld 1902 B368 P39
      Grantor: Jemima A. Hubbs
      Grantee: William H. Page
   ld 1903 B376 P448
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs, et ux
      Grantee: William N. Hubbs
   ld 1904 B387 P181
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary C. Hubbs
   ld 1905 B390 P465
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Lydia B. Lippincott
   ld 1907 B452 P131
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Sarah A. Bishop
   ld 1911 B472 P212
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary Hubbs
   ld 1912 B479 P367
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs, Sr.
      Grantee: Lawrence Horner, et ux
   ld 1911 B472 P212
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary Hubbs
   ld 1912 B479 P367
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs, Sr.
      Grantee: Lawrence Horner, et ux
   ld 1917 B540 P210
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: Emma B. Rudderow
   ld 1919 B554 P13
      Grantor: William N. Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: Frank T. Bach
 with Jemima (nee Austin 71) Hubbs
   Frank A 72
   b18650330

Rebecca H. Hubbs 71
   bf 1853 ___ __ to Samuel C. Hubbs 70 et ux Hannah (nee 70) Hubbs.
      NJ
   mm ____ ___ __ Zachary Taylor Dunphey 71
   bm 1847 ___ __
   df 1925 Feb 27 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist Cem.
   dm 1926 Jan 16 and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist Cem. from
      arterio sclerocis
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Emeline Hubbs 71
   bf 1833 Aug __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs in NJ
   mm 1854 Sep 28 Albert Fish 71 both of Camden, Camden Co., NJ by Rv. J. O.
      Rogers. CaCHS 18541004WJ
   bm 1832 Aug __ to Benjamin Fish 70 et ux Miriam (nee Horner 70) Fish
   n. RWC 75 has a picture of Emeline taken 1907 Jul.  However she moved
      slightly when the picture was being taken.
   dm 1906 Oct 31 at 74 interred Bethel Cemetery, Pennsauken, NJ
   df 1917 Mar 19 interred Bethel Cem.
 with Albert Fish 71
   Samuel 72      Sally 72       Walter 72
   b              b1858          b1862

Rachel Ann Hubbs 71
   bf 1835 ___ __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs in NJ
   mm 1857 Mar 05 Isaac F. Rudderow 71 at Moorestown by Rv. H. Hastings Weld
      CaCHS 18570311WJ
      1857 Mar 21 Dollar Newspaper P2 C5.  Isaac of Chester and Rachel of Camden
      Co.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Samuel Rudderow 70 et ux Anna (nee Fish 70) Rudderow

George W. Hubbs 71
   bm 1837 ___ __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha _ 71
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R686  P833 1702/1762
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Newton Twsp., P. O. Haddonfield;
      Enum.: 1860 Jul 16, Jos. E. Stafford, Jr.
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 George Hubbs               24  Farmer             600     NJ
 Martha                     20
 John Austin                30  Farm laborer
 Edward Bakely              19   "      "
 James Pitcher              15   "      "
   mf 1863 Feb 11 Celia Jones 71
   bf 1841
   df 1896 ___ __ and interred NJ, Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.
   dm 1905 ___ __ and interred NJ, Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.
 with Martha 71
   Evalena S 72
   b18650922

Eliza Jane Hubbs 71
   bf 1839 Jan 18 to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mm 1863 Aug 01 John Stone 71 by Rev. Ladow?
      1863 Dec 16 West Jersey Press, Camden, NJ.
   bm~1835 ___ __ to Isaiah Stone 70 et ux Elizabeth B. (nee Morgan 70) Stone
   df 1904 Mar 29
 with John Stone 71
   Ida 72         Laura 72       Sarah E 72     John 72        Morton M 72
   b18640716      b186706__      b187104__      b187111__      b187403__
   Herbert H 72
   b18740311

Martha Hubbs 71
   bf 1841 ___ __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs

Mary E. Hubbs 71
   bf 1843 ___ __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
   mm 1867 Apr 30 William P. Lowrey 71 of Phila, she of Moorestown, NJ by Rv.
      R. A. Chalker at his residence 608 Broadway, NJ
      1867 May 08 West Jersey Press, Camden, NJ.

Nelson W. Hubbs 71
   bm 1846 ___ __ to Ellis Hubbs 70 and Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
      in NJ
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah A. "Sallie" King 71
   bf 1846 Apr 27 to Ellis King 70 et ux Hannah in NJ.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R775 SD3 E59 P10 L42 95/96 B
      New Jersey, Camden County, Delaware Township
      1880 Jun 14 Wm Graff, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Nelson Hubbs            MW 34       M  Farmer         NJ    NJ    NJ
 Sallie                  FW 34   Wif M  Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Ellis                   MW  5   Son                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 Viola                   MW  4   Dau                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 Nelson                  MW 3mMarSon                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 John Jones              MW 16   Lab    Laborer        NJ    NJ    NJ
   df 1890 Oct 19 and interred Colestown Cemetery, Section K Lot 76, Headstone:
      "1846-1890." CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, 4454-4 1938.
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD9 ED65 S5 L7
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R___  V17 ED25 S3 L68
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Camden, 318 So. 5'th St.
 Name                   Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Nelson Hubbs           Head       74

   dm 1925 Nov 29 carpenter at 79, interred Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery,
      Section K, Lot 76, Headstone: "1846 - 1890". NJ_CaCHS, WPA P#354-4, 1937;
      P#4445-4, 1938.
 with Sallie A. (nee King 71) Hubbs
   Israel C 72    Ellis K 72     Viola 72       Anna Mary 72   Nelson S 72
   b18721213      b18741018 NJ   b1876 NJ       b18780318      b18800316 NJ
   Mabel H 72     Benjamin F 72
   b18850504      b18870607

Israel Ridgway Hubbs 71
   bm 1849 Feb 11 to Ellis Hubbs 70 and Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs in
      Jobs Town, NJ where parents reside.  Birth filed 1849 May 30, VD1 P35,
      Springfield, Burlington Co., NJ - NJArchives.  Ellis is a farmer.
   mf 1880 Apr 21 Jennie G. Habberly 71
   bf~1855
   mf 1892 Nov 16 Sadie E. Montgomery 71 of Vincentown, NJ by Rv. B. Graw at the
      ___ Camden, NJ.  CaCHS
      1893 May 10 Camden Daily Telegram, Camden, NJ.
   bf 1868

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED81 S7 L8
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   n. grocer
   dm 1898 May 18 at 49Y and interred NJ, Camden, Evergreen Cemetery.
      CaCHS WPA P354-4 1937, 4454-4 1938.

Isabella Hubbs 71
   bf 1850 ___ __ to
   df 1885 Sep 05 at 35 in Camden, NJ.  Father: Sevas Hubbs. (B-49). NJ_CaCHS.
   n. note that Isabella shares the (B-49) on the Camden County Historical
      Society Death Record cards, so I presume her a daughter of Sarah C.
      (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs.  That may be an incorrect conclusion.  I don't
      know how Ellis can be mistaken as Sevas.

Ellis C. Hubbs 71
   bm 1852 Jul 07 to Ellis Hubbs 70 and Sarah (nee Clifton 70) Hubbs
      in Delaware Twsp, where parents reside.  Birth filed 1852 Sep 25, Vol E,
      P20, Newton Twsp, Camden Co., NJ.  Ellis is a farmer.  NJ - Archives
   mf 1881 May 27 Annie Morgan 71
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Miriam L. Hubbs 71
   bf 1844 ___ __ to Jesse Hubbs 70 with Mary Ann (nee _ 70) Hubbs
   mm 1865 Oct 12 Jonathan P. Brown 71.  Dollar Newspaper, 1865/10/21 P2 C3.

Anna M. Hubbs 71
   bf 1847 ___ __ to Jesse Hubbs 70 with Mary Ann (nee _ 70) Hubbs

A_aline Hubbs 71
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jesse Hubbs 70 with Mary Ann (nee _ 70) Hubbs

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John Hubbs 71
   bm 1843 ___ ___ to Edmund Hubbs 71 and Phebe (nee _ 71) Hubbs

Hannah Ann Hubbs 71
   bf 1845 ___ ___ to Edmund Hubbs 71 and Phebe (nee _ 71) Hubbs
   mm 1864 Nov 30 Charles S. Southard 71.  New Jersey Mirror 1864/12/15 P3 C3.

Hamilton Hubbs 71
   bm 1847 ___ ___ to Edmund Hubbs 71 and Phebe (nee _ 71) Hubbs

James C. Hubbs 71
   bm 1850 ___ __ to Edmund Hubbs 71 and Phebe (nee _ 71) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna M. _ 71
   bf 1852
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P69 L37 276/290 P256D
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township, Bridgeboro
      1880 Jun 26 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 James C. Hubbs          MW 30          Farm Labor     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Anna M.                 FW 27                         NJ    NJ    NJ
 Marietta                FW  9   Dau                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 Walter                  MW  5   Son                   NJ    NJ    NJ
   dm 1898 Oct 05 James B. ca. 1848, interred at NJ, Bridgeboro Methodist
      Cemetery.
      Tombstone: /JAMES C. HUBBS (radius ~15cm)/DIED/OCT 5, 1898/IN HIS 50 YEAR/
      ----/....../            (flat on the ground)
   df 1922 Jul 06 Anna M. at 70Y, and interred at NJ, Bridgeboro Methodist
      Cemetery.
      Tombstone: /ANNA M. HUBBS (radius ~15cm)/DIED/JULY 6, 1922/IN HER 70 YEAR/
      ----/GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN/
 with Anna M. 71
   Marietta 72    J Walter 72    Mary Etta 72
   b1871          b1874          z18800502

Fannie Hubbs 71
   bf 1870 ___ __ to Edward Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah A.
   zf 1880 May 02, parent Eddie.  NJ_FUMCOD.

Lizzie Hubbs 71
   bf 1872 Apr __ to Edward Hubbs 70 et ux Sarah A.
   df

Eva Hubbs _
   bf 1883

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED87 S7 L83
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


Walter B. Hubbs 71
   bm 1859 ___ __ to
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P4 L46 23/29 223D
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Cinnaminson Township
      1880 Jun 08 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Walter B. Hubbs         MW 21       M                 NJ    NJ    NJ
 Kate B.                 FW 20   Wif M                 NJ
 Anna Mary               FW 1mMayDauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Elizabeth Johnson       FW 69      S                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Stephen Gafferty        MW 10      S                  NJ    Irel  Irel
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED103 S19 L26
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,

 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

 with Kate B 71
   Anna M 72
   b188005
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Frank P. Hubbs 72
   bm 1865 ___ __ to Samuel Garwood Hubbs 71 and Beulah (nee A 71)
      Hubbs
   mf 1888 Jun 16 Mary Etta Murphy 72 in Willingborough.
      Certificate: Franklin Hubbs, of Delran Twp, Age 23, Occupation: Farmer
      Father: Samuel Hubbs, Maiden name of mother: Hunter, Maiden name of Wife:
      Mary Murphy, of Allner??, Burlington County, Age 18, Father: T. Lowden,
      of Burlington, Mother: A? Lowden; by Jas. L. Ramble, at Willingborough.
   bf 1871 ___ __
   n. HUBBS, Frank P. (Mary E.) 2 ch hosiery presser O H&L R1 Riverton H7,
      Cinnaminson Twp. NJBC_TFJFD.
   df 1936 Aug 27 at 64Y and interred at the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery
         carcinoma of liver

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S1 L70
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1927 Apr 01 at 62Y and interred at the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery
      of pneumonia
 with Mary Etta (nee _ 72) Hubbs
   Samuel G 73
   b

William Hubbs 72
   bm 1868 ___ __ to Samuel Garwood Hubbs 71 and Beulah (nee A 71)
      Hubbs

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S1 L57
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1959 Nov 26 at 91Y and interred at the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery
      coronary thrombosis
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John A. Hubbs 72
   bm 1876 Jun 06 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Mary L. Hubbs 72
   bf 1877 Sep 22 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Lizzie M. Hubbs 72
   bf 1880 Dec 22 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Sallie R. Hubbs 72
   bf 1883 Apr 06 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Laura Hubbs 72
   bf 1886 Dec 13 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Henry Frederick "Harry" Hubbs 72
   bm 1888 Dec 09 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs
   mf 1911 Jan 25 Mary Anna Yost 72
   bf 1890 Mar 21 to Charles Albert Yost 71 et ux Margaret (nee Christie 71)
      Yost, he born in Hamburg, Germany and she in Bucks Co., Pennsylvania.
   dm 1969 Jan 27 in Palmyra, N. J. of Carcinoma of the Lung and is interred at
      Bethel Memorial Park, Pennsauken, N. J.
   df 1970 Jan 03 in Palmyra, N. J. of Heart Disease and is interred at
      Bethel Memorial Park, Pennsauken, N. J.
 with Mary Anna (nee Yost 72) Hubbs
   Carl F 73      Ruth Marie 73  Morrell 73     Doris Ethel 73 Harry Albert 73
   b19121105      b19151209      b              b              b


Clara M. Hubbs 72
   bf 1890 Apr 09 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Walter S. Hubbs 72
   bm 1892 Dec 12 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Stella Ida. Hubbs 72
   bf 1894 Dec 23 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

David Hubbs 72
   bm 1896 Jul 08 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

George O. Hubbs 72
   bm 1898 Oct 06 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Howard Hubbs 72
   bm 1900 Mar 10 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

Ruth A. Hubbs 72
   bf 1902 Dec 14 to William Henry Hubbs 71 et ux Louisa Frederika (nee
      Allmeroth 71) Hubbs

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Neff Hubbs 72
   bm 1870 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED10 S27 L23
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1946 ___ __ and interred Fairview Cemtery, Rt. 130, Delran, NJ.  NJ_DFC

Margaret Hubbs 72
   bf 1872 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs

Mary Hubbs 72
   bf 1874 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs

Maomi Hubbs 72
   bf 1876 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs

Anna M. Hubbs 72
   bf 1879 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs
   df 1963 Nov 05 at 85Y and interred at the Asbury Methodist Church Cemetery
      coronary thrombosis,   May be wrong Anna M. Hubbs

Ella Austin Hubbs 72
   bf 1882 Dec 2? to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs in Delran Twp., father 36, mother 31.
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Mingin 72
   df at about 100Y.  Info from Kathy Karn who got birth certificate.

Charles D. Hubbs 72
   bm 1886 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 72
   bf 1887
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R V E104 S L S13A //
      NJ, Burlington Co., Riverside
      Enumerated: 1920

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Charles Hubbs                      34
 Mary                               33
 Josephine                           7
 Mary A.                        4 8/12
 next family listed--
 Dallas Hubbs                       70
 Racheal                            70
   c. 1930 U. S. Census T R V E3 S15a,15b L S //
      NJ, Burlington Co., Riverside, 300 Progress St.
      Enumerated: 1920

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Charles Hubbs                      45 married at age 26  Operator Thread Mill
 Mary                               43  mar age 24 b NJ parents PA
 Josephine                          18
 Alberta                            15 (must be Mary A from 1920 census-KK)
 Charles                            10
 Elizabeth                           8
 Henry                               6
 Dorothy                             3

 with Mary
   Josephine 73   Mary A 73      Charles 73     Elizabeth 73   Henry 73
   b1912          b1915          b1920          b19210630      b1924
   Dorothy 73
   b1927

Clarence Hubbs 72
   bm 1890 ___ __ to Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 et ux Rachel W. (nee Gennett 71)
      Hubbs
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Frank Austin Hubbs 72
   bm 1865 Mar 30 to William N. Hubbs 71 et ux Jemima (nee Austin 71) Hubbs

   mf ____ ___ __ Emma A. Nipkins 72
   bf
   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S4 L17
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   n. HUBBS, F.A. (Emma) 3 ch commission business O H&L Main St Bridgeboro,
      Delran Twp.  NJBC_TFJFD.
   dm 1937 ___ __ interred at NJ, Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery.  Maybe not
      1865-1937
      Death cert:  from NJA via Kathy Karn  2003/4/22
       Frank Austin HUBBS died Bridgeboro, Delran Twp, Burlington County NJ
       residence Main St.
       Male  white married wife--Emma Nipkens????
       born 30 March 1865 age at death 71
       retired born Bridgeboro NJ
       Parents-- William N. HUBBS born NJ and Jemima AUSTIN born NJ
       Informant--Mrs. Emma HUBBS  Bridgeboro
       buried Bridgeboro ME Church 19 Feb 1937
       Date of Death--15 Feb 1937
       Cause--Acute Cardiac Dilatation, Chromic Myocardatis with moderate
       deconfer___???
   df 1945 ___ __ Emma A. Hubbs 1866-1945 interred at NJ, Bridgeboro Methodist
      Cemetery.  There is also a Rebecca Hubbs buried here but stone is
      illegible.
 with Emma
   Lester F 73
   b


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Evalena Simpson Hubbs 72
   bf 1865 Sep 22 to George W. Hubbs 71 et ux Cecilia (nee Jones 71) Hubbs in
      Moorestown or Haddonfield, N. J.
   mm ____ ___ __ Charles Thomas 72
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Thomas 71 (bm 1831 in Wales).

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Israel C. Hubbs 72
   bm 1872 Dec 13 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
   dm 1873 Aug 20 and interred at Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery, section K.

Ellis King Hubbs 72
   bm 1874 Oct 18 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
      Hubbs in NJ.
   n. mill man.
   dm 1891 Aug 11 at 17Y and interred at Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery,
      section K. no headstone. WPA P354-4 1937, 4445-4 1938. CaCHS.

Viola L. Hubbs 72
   bf 1876 ___ __ to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
   mm 1893 Jul 20 Augustus C. Bigler 72 both of Camden, NJ by Rv. J. B. Graw
      CaCHS 18930725CDT also reported as Fiola Hubbs 18930726WJP

Anna Mary Hubbs 72
   bf 1878 Mar 18 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
   df 1878 Jul 12 and interred at Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery, section K.

Nelson Strand Hubbs 72
   bm 1880 Mar 16 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs in NJ.

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED77 S8 L9
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   mf ____ ___ __ Maggie _ 72
   bf 1885 Mar __
 with Maggie (nee _ 72) Hubbs
   Alice 73       Lottie 73      Leona 73       Elizabeth 73
   b190404        b190702        b191201        b191406

Mabel H. Hubbs 72
   bm 1885 May 04 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
   dm 1885 Jul 18 and interred at Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery, section K.
      stone says "Mabel"

Benjamin F. Hubbs 72
   bm 1887 Jun 07 to Nelson W. Hubbs 71 et ux Sarah A. "Sallie" (nee King 71)
      Hubbs
   dm 1894 Jan 03 and interred at Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery, section K.

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Marietta Hubbs 72
   bf 1871 ___ __ to James C. Hubbs 71 et ux Anna M. 71

J. Walter Hubbs 72
   bm 1874 ___ __ to James C. Hubbs 71 et ux Anna M. 71
   zm 1880 May 02. NJ_FUMCOD.
   n. Hubbs, J. W. (Eva) 3 ch carpenter T H&L Main St Bridgeboro,
      Delran Twp.  NJBC_TFJFD.
   dm 1925 Oct 05 interred at NJ, Bridgeboro Methodist Cemetery.

Mary Etta Hubbs 72
   bf ____ ___ __ to James C. Hubbs 71 et ux Anna M. 71
   zf 1880 May 02, parents James & Anna.  NJ_FUMCOD.

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George G. Hubbs 72
   bm 1849 ___ __ to
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E20 P46 L46 19/21 B
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Delran Township
      1880 Jun 21 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 George Hubbs            MW 31       M  Wks on Fm      NJ    NJ    NJ
 Emma                    FW 20   Wif M  Keeping Ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 Annie                   FW  5   DauS                  NJ    NJ    NJ

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD7  ED29 S23 L24
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

 with Emma 72
   Annie 73
   b1875
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Charles H. Hubbs 72
   bm 1870 to Allen Hubbs 71 and Lucy G. Hubbs 71

Walter P. Hubbs 72
   bm 1872 to Allen Hubbs 71 and Lucy G. Hubbs 71
   mf 1895 Oct 02 Laura May Jenkins 72 of Stockton, NJ by Rev. Mr. Tushingham
      Calvary M. P. Church, all of Stockton.  CaCHS 18951009WJP 18951003Review.

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD10 ED87 S1 L61
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

 with Laura May (nee Jenkins 72) Hubbs
   Walter P 73
   b1908

Royden K. Hubbs 72
   bm 1876 to Allen Hubbs 71 and Lucy G. Hubbs 71
   dm 1939 Sep 23 at 63y and interred NJ, Burlington Co., Asbury Methodist
      Cem. from myocarditis.
Page 20
Samuel G. Hubbs 73

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Carl Frederick Hubbs 73
   bm 1912 Nov 05 to Henry "Harry" Frederick Hubbs 72 et ux Mary Anna (nee Yost
      72) Hubbs

Ruth Marie Hubbs 73
   bf 1915 Dec 09 to Henry "Harry" Frederick Hubbs 72 et ux Mary Anna (nee Yost
      72) Hubbs

Morrell Hubbs 73
   bm ____ ___ __ to Henry "Harry" Frederick Hubbs 72 et ux Mary Anna (nee Yost
      72) Hubbs

Doris Ethel Hubbs 73
   bf ____ ___ __ to Henry "Harry" Frederick Hubbs 72 et ux Mary Anna (nee Yost
      72) Hubbs

Harry Albert Hubbs 73
   bm ____ ___ __ Henry "Harry" Frederick Hubbs 72 et ux Mary Anna (nee Yost
      72) Hubbs
   dm 1951 Apr 20, Army Staff Sergeant from Ocean Co., N. J., of wounds received
      in the Korean Conflict, interred in Beverly National Cemetery, Beverly,
      N. J.

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Josephine Hubbs 73
   bf 1912 ___ __ to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary

Mary A. Hubbs 73
   bf 1915 ___ __ to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary

Charles Hubbs 73
   bm 1920 ___ __ to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary

Elizabeth Hubbs 73
   bf 1921 Jun 30 to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary
   df 1937 Feb 03
      Death  NJA via Kathy Karn.  2003/4/22
       Elizabeth HUBBS
       female white single born 30 June 1921
       age 15 yrs 7 mths 3 days born Riverside
       father Chas. D. HUBBS born Bridgeboro
       mother Marie/Maria?  NEWHOUSE??? born Bridegboro
       informant Chas Hubbs  buried Riverside
       died Philadelphia --Jefferson Hospital  3 Feb 1937
       cause--Cystic Adenoma of pituitary gland
        (she had surgery--can't mke out the name of the procedure)

Henry Hubbs 73
   bm 1924 ___ __ to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary

Dorothy Hubbs 73
   bf 1927 ___ __ to Charles D. Hubbs 72 et ux Mary

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Lester Franklin Hubbs 73
   bm ____ ___ __ to Frank Austin Hubbs 72 et ux Emma (nee Nipkins 72) Hubbs
   zm 1906 Jun 24, parents Emma & Frank, by Rev. L. S. Moore.  NJ_FUMCOD.
   mf 1928 Jun 06 Madge Ethel Gaskill 11, both of Bridgeboro, by Rev. John F.
      Lennon. Witness: Helen A. Anderson, Philip J. Stumpf.
      Marriage:  from NJA via Kathy Karn.  2003/4/22
       Lester Franklin HUBBS and Madge Ethel GASKILL
       place--Delran
       date  1928 June 08 7:10 p.m.
       Groom: residence Bridgeboro, age 22 white single Paper Hanger
        born Bridgeboro father F.A. HUBBS, mother Emma NIPKINS
       Bride: residence Bridgeboro age 22 white single
        born Palmyra father C.W. GASKILL, mother Florence PERRY
       witnesses Philip J. STUMPF Riverside, Helen A. ANDERSON Camden
   bf ____ ___ __ to C. W. Gaskill 72 et ux Florence (nee Perry 72) Gaskill

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Alice E. Hubbs 73
   bf 1904 Apr __ to Nelson Strand Hubbs 72 et ux Maggie (nee _ 72) Hubbs
   mm 1929 Jun 29 Harry J. Hamlin 73, aged 30 of Delanco, she aged 21 of
      Bridgeboro, by Rev. D. E. Clair, Witness: Elizabeth Hamlin, Eva Hubbs.
      NJ_FUMCOD.
   n. 2006/01/20 Cowgirl Belle:
      Elizabeth married Edward Hamlin  b: 1831-07, PA  d: 1902-31-07, NJ -
      they are the grandparents of the Harry Hamlin married to Alice Hubbs.
      Harry's parents are Samuel Hamlin  b: 1872  d: 1952 and
      Elizabeth Fitzpatrick b: 1873  d: 1949
   bm 1899 ___ __ to Samuel H. Hamlin 72 et ux Elizabeth (nee Fitzpatrick 72)
   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R____ V_ SD2 E42   S12A L20 266/263
      NJ, Burlington Co., Beverly Twp.
      Enumerated: 1910 Apr 28, _r W. Moon.

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Daniel Hamlin          Head  MW 29M  2    NJ        PA        PA               English      Pupeter                       C  A   NN       ? 398
 Martha ?.              Wife  FW 27M  2    NY        PA        NJ               English      Never                                NN
 Margaret               Daugh FW11m        NJ        NJ        NJ                            Never

   c. 1910 U. S. Census T624 R____ V_ SD2 E42   S12A L23 267/264
      NJ, Burlington Co., Beverly Twp.
      Enumerated: 1910 Apr 28, _r W. Moon.

 Name                   Rel.  SCAgeSYrsNbNlPOB       FPOB      MPOB      YearYrsNatLanguage  Occupation     General        UneD D RWSchHome  SBDRemarks
 Samuel W. Hamlin       Head  MW 37M 15    NJ        PA        PA               English      Carpenter                     Emp    NN         398
 Elizabeth              Wife  FW 36M 15 5 5PA        Eng       PA               English      Never                                NY
 Francis                Son   MW 14S       NJ        NJ        PA               English      Never                                NN  N
 Harry                  Son   MW 11S       NJ        NJ        PA               English      Never                                NN  N
 Mary E.                Daugh MW  7S       NJ        NJ        PA               English      Never                                    N
 Samuel                 Son   MW  5S       NJ        NJ        PA               English      Never                                    N
 Lester J.              Son   MW  2S       NJ        NJ        PA

   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R___ V_ SD20 E60 S2A L1 x/22/22
      NJ, Burlington Co., Beverly Twp., Laurel Rd.
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 2nd, Charles Bernd.

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Samuel Hamlin           Head  OFMW 47M          YYNJ                 PA                NJ                  YCarpenter   House       O
 Elizabeth               Wife    FW 46M          YYPA                 Eng        English Ireland    English YNone
 Frank                   Son     MW 23S          YNNJ                 NJ                 PA                 YClerk       Lumber W    R
 Harry                   Son     MW 20S         NYYNJ                 NJ                 PA                 YBlacksmith  Dirt Road   R
 Elizabeth               Daugh   FW 17S         NYYNJ                 NJ                 PA                 YNone
 Samuel S.               Son     MW 13S         YYYNJ                 NJ                 PA                 YNone
 Lester                  Son     MW 11S         YYYNJ                 NJ                 PA                 YNone
 Clarence                Son     MW 4mS            NJ                 NJ                 PA                  None

 with Harry Hamlin 73  descendants living.

Lottie Hubbs 73
   bf 1907 Feb __ to Nelson Strand Hubbs 72 et ux Maggie (nee _ 72) Hubbs

Leona Hubbs 73
   bf 1912 Jan __ to Nelson Strand Hubbs 72 et ux Maggie (nee _ 72) Hubbs

Elizabeth Hubbs 73
   bf 1914 Jun __ to Nelson Strand Hubbs 72 et ux Maggie (nee _ 72) Hubbs

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Walter P. Hubbs 73
   bm 1908 ___ __ to Walter P. Hubbs 72 et ux Laura May (nee Jenkins 72) Hubbs
   dm 1990 ___ __ and interred Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.


LINKAGE END 00 Obadiah Hubbs/Mary Peak


Clara L. Hubbs _
   bf
   mm 1881 Dec 14 Ridgway H. Harveson _
      1881 Dec 17 Burlington Gazette P3 C4.



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   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Van Sciver _, _ of _ Hubbs.
   mm 1882 Jan 30 Thomas L. Akins _.
      1882 Feb 04 P3 C5 Burlington Gazette.


   Philadelphia Wills 1682-1782
   Josiah Hubbs     1740-96   Adm D122
   Charles          1746-127  W   H221
   Mary             1760-55   Adm G184
   Mary             1761-49   Adm G253
   Charles          1766-17   W   O23
   Mary             1769-46   Adm H69
                      1811-1831
   Samuel           1825-23   Adm N26

Sarah Hubbs _
   mm 1767 Apr 15 John Wing _ PAVR1 P706

Henry Hubbs _
   mf 1770 Dec 08 Sarah Lownes _ PAVR

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William Hubbs 10
   bm 1867
   n. yet another Wm m Anna
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna M. Brodeson 10
   bf 1871
 with Anna M. (nee Brodeson 10) Hubbs
   Lawrence J 11  Ada 11         Mabel B 11
   b              b19010819      b19070206

Lawrence J. Hubbs 11
   bm 1892 Nov 27 to William Hubbs 10 et ux Anna M. (nee Brodeson 10) Hubbs
      white, male at Mt. Holly Rd., Burlington, NJ, father b1867 US Farmer
      mother bf 1871 US. Number of children by this marriage 1, 1 living.
      NJBCBDRWEH.
   c. 1920 U. S. Census T625 R_ SD 202 E100 S13B L53 ?/294/307
      NJ, Burlington Co., Palmyra Twp., 2nd District, ? West Broad St.
      Enumerated: 1920 Jan 19, Marlon F. Wallace.

 Name                    Rel.  HHSCAgeMYOI NYON SRWPOB        Lang    FPOB       Lang    MPOB       Lang    ETrade       Industry    EFarm
 Lawrence J. Hubbs       Head  R MW 27M          YYNJ                 NJ                 NJ                 YManager     Truck Farm  W
 Rebecca E.              Wife    FW 27M          YYNJ                 NJ                 NJ                 YNone
 Elva R.                 Daugh   FW  5S            NJ                 NJ                 NJ                  None
 Gertrude A.             Daugh   FW ?mS            NJ                 NJ                 NJ                  None
 Edith E.                Daugh   FW ?mS            NJ                 NJ                 NJ                  None
 Ashel ? Campbell        H....   MW 52             California         England    English Ireland    English YLaborer     Truck Farm   W

   c. 1930 U. S. Census T___ R___ V___ SD11 E3-48 S6B L74   _/129/126
      NJ, Burlington Co., Mt. Laurel Twp., __ Church Rd.
      Enumerated: 1930 Apr 23, Ellis R. Godfrey.

 Name                         Rel.            HV       RHSCAgeMAFMNYPOB             FPOB           MPOB            Language  A  B  C  YOI NE Occupation              Industry              Code  CENOTVWar
 Lawrence J. Hubbs            HHead           R         NMW 37M 20NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.
 Rebecca E.                                              FW   M   NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.
 .. R.                         Daughter                  FW 16S   NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.
 Gertrude A.                   Daughter                  FW 11S   NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.
 Edith E.                      Daughter                  FW 10S   NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.
 Lawrence                      Son                       MW  6S   NYNJ              NJ             NJ  can't read the rest.

 with Rebecca E.
   Elva R 12      Gertrude A 12  Edith E 12     Lawrence 12
   b1915          b1919          b1919          b1924


Ada Hubbs 11
   bf 1901 Aug 19 to William Hubbs _ et ux Anna M. (nee Brodeson _) Hubbs.
   zf 1908 Jun 28 parents William & Anna, by Rev. George W. Powell.  NJ_FUMCOD

Mabel Brodeson Hubbs _
   bf 1907 Feb 06 to William Hubbs _ et ux Anna M. (nee Brodeson _) Hubbs. Birth
      year may be 1909.
   zf 1909 Jun 13 parents William & Anna, by Rev. George W. Powell.  NJ_FUMCOD
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William Hubbs _
   bm obvious brother to Laura Hubbs
   mf 1884 Nov 12 Anna G. Morehouse _ in Camden by Reverend C. K. Adams
      1884 Nov 19 West Jersey Press, Camden, NJ.
      1884 Nov 22 Camden Democrat.
   n. they both may be buried as indicated, but I do not know for sure. Stone
      is reported to be Anna C.   It this is correct they were both born in 1865
   dm 1927 ___ __ and interred NJ, Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.
   df 1927 ___ __ and interred NJ, Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.
 wiht Anna C. (nee Morehouse _)
   Clarence W
   b188_____

Laura Hubbs _
   bf obvious sister to William Hubbs
   mm 1886 Jan 13 George R. Morehouse _ in Camden by Rev. Clarence A. Adams
      1886 Jan 20 West Jersey Press, Camden, NJ.

Clarence W. Hubbs _
   bm 188_ ___ __ to William Hubbs _ et ux Anna C. (nee Morehouse _) Hubbs
   dm 188_ ___ __ and interred  NJ, Cherry Hill, Colestown Cemetery.
   n. 1886 Jan 09 b or d date.

Ralph E. Hubbs _
   bm 1885
   mf ____ ___ __ Ada D.
   n. HUBBS, Ralph E. (Ada E.) repair man in garage D H&L R2 Moorestown H69,
      Chester Twp. NJBC_TFJFD.
   dm 1885-1955 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.
   df 1886-1963 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

      Hubbs   -   Aged 6 days interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

Earl B. Hubbs _
   bm 1887
   dm 1905 b1887 d1905 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

Elwood W. Hubbs _
   dm 1908 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.


Florence M. Hubbs _
   bf 1914
   df 1918 1914-1918 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

      Marie E.  1915-1971 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

William Hubbs _
   bm 1865

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED13 S14 L13
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

   dm 1927  1865-1927 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

William E. Hubbs _
   bm 1868
   dm 1926 1868-1926 interred at Colestown Cem., Kings Hwy, Cherry Hill, N. J.

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LINKAGE BEGIN 03   Charles Hubbs/Rebecca    Phila., PA/Salem Co., NJ

Charles Hubbs 05
   bm 1765 May 22 to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary (nee Eastlack 05) Hubbs in
      Newton, Gloucester Co., NJ.
   mf~1790 ___ __ Rebecca Crispin 05
   bf 1772 Dec 03 to Paul Crispin 04 et ux Rebecca (nee Hewlings 04) Crispin in
      Evesham, Bulington Co., NJ.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R81 P341 L4.
      NJ, Salem Co., Pilesgrove Twp. . ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Hubs ____________/0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0/0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0/
 (Charles)________________ 60-69MW
 (Rebecca)________________ 50-59MW
 (John)___________________ 30-39MW
 (Beulah)_________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
   dm 1840 May __, Moorestown, Pilesgrove Twp., Salem Co.,  NJ.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R462 P086 L__ 000/000
      NJ, Salem Co.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Rebecca Hubbs              78                                   NJ widow
 John                       58
 Beulah                     43
   wf 1851 May 16 Salem County Wills, Pilesgrove.  Estate to be sold
         and debts paid.  Remainder to son John and dau. Beulah Hubbs.
         Exec. Caspar Wistar.  Wit. Jonathan Freedland, Thomas B. Cooper
         and Hannah A. Warner.  1852 Oct 19 proved.  E-236
   df 1852 Sep 29 at 80y, EAQG Philadelphia Birth and Death records P32
   n. Hist. & Gen of Fenwick's Colony 974.9915 p43
   n. of Woodstown
 with Rebecca (nee Crispin 05)
   John 06         Simeon E 06    Charles E 06   Paul K 06      Samuel 06
   b1792           b17930517      ~1795          ~1798          ~1803
   Beulah 06       Rebeckah 06
   b18050428       b18070716

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John Hubbs 06
   bm 1792 ___ __ to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs

Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06
   bm 1793 May 17 to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs
      in Newton, Gloucester Co., NJ.
   mf 1815 Jan 15 Hannah Shinn 06 Salem Co.MG P102, his name given as Simon, in
      Woodstown, Salem Co., NJ.
      Salem Co. Marriages County Clerk's Records   FWPL 974.991C
   n. "Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania (1911)", Family of
      Charles and Rebecca Crispin Hubbs, "Simeon Hubbs, eldest child, went to
      Indiana, and no more is known of him by Eastern relatives."
         This is no longer true as can be seen under Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 -
      data from Ken & Ligia.  RWC75.
   c. 1830 Census M19 New Jersey Salem
      p370_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/1 2 3 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 2 0 1 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Simon)                30-39M
 (Hannah Shinn)         30-39F
 (female)______________ 15-19F
 (Charles)_____________ 10-14M
 (James)_______________ 10-14M
 ______________________ 10-14M
 (John)________________   5-9M
 (Rebecca)_____________   5-9F
 (Simeon)______________   5-9M
 ______________________   5-9F
 (Samuel)______________   0-4M
 (Hannah)______________   0-4F
   ld 1836 Mar 16
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
      Transaction: 8,000 acres for $10,000
   ld 1837 Mar 06
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
      Transaction: 9,809 acres for $12,261
   ld 1837 Mar 06
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $5,000
   ld 1837 Mar 06
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
      Transaction: 8,000 acres for $10,000
   ld 1837 Mar 06
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $5,000
      Surname	Given name	Acres	Price	Date
   n. totals "33,809.00" "$42,261.00 "	
   ld 1836 Jul 21
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: William Wommack Hubbs
      Transaction: 8,000 acres for $10,000
   ld 1840/11/03   IL 11440  IL4070__.225
      Grantor: Illinois
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
   ld 1840/11/03   IL 11798  IL4080__.034
      Grantor: Illinois
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
   ld 1840/11/03   IL 11799  IL4080__.035
      Grantor: Illinois
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
   ld 1840/11/03   IL 11800  IL4080__.036
      Grantor: Illinois
      Grantee: Simeon E. Hubbs
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P__ L___  165/176
      IL, Pike Co., Five South and Four West Twp. West Division
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Simeon E. Hubbs            57M Farmer                 2000NJ
 Hannah Hubbs               50F                            NJ
 Rebecca Hubbs              27F                            NJ
 Samuel Hubbs               24M Farmer                     NJ
 Hannah Betts               22F                            NJ
 Rachel Camp                17F                            NJ
 Joseph S. Hubbs            11M                            IL       S
 Mary E. Hubbs               8F                            IL       S
   df 1851 Jul 10 in Pike Co., IL.
   mf 1853 Jun 11 Julia Ann Betts 06
   df 1869 Nov 23 in Pike Co., IL.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P8 L_ 62/63
      IL, Pike Co., Derry Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Wm. Kirfman                33  Farmer              4000PA
 Rose Kirfman               25  Keeps house             IL
 Luretta Kirfman             2                          IL
 Simeon Hubbs               77  Farmer retired          NJ
   dm 1871 Sep __ in Pike Co., IL.
   n. Ken Keller (Ligia)'s line.
 with Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
   Charles 07     James S 07     John 07        Rebecca 07     Simeon 07
   b18151029      b1819          ~1821          b1823          b18240808
   Samuel 07      Hannah 07      Rachel 07      Joseph 07      Mary E 07
   b1826          b1827          b1833          b1839          b18430414

Charles Ellis Hubbs 06
   bm~1795 ___ __ to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs
   mf 1822 Jul 21 Sarah Ann LaCampian 06, he a merchant,  by Rev. P. F. Mayer.
      1822 Jul 22 National Gazett & Literary Register, Phila., PA
   bf ____ ___ __ to Francis LaCampion 05 et ux Elizabeth (nee _ 05) LeCampion
      of Philadelphia, their only daughter.
   n. wm 1825 Mar 12 Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P5625 B8 N115
      Francis La Campian of Phila., PA
      To wife Elizabeth LaCampian & daughter Sarah Ann (late LaCampian now
      Hubbs, wife of Charles E. Hubbs)
      Exrx. sd. wife Elizabeth
      Witness: D. B. Lee, T. L. Boileau
      1825 Sep 29
 with Sarah Ann (LeCampian 06)
   Amanda 07      Anna Louisa 07 Frances 07     Samuel 07      John 07
   b              b              b              b              b
   Beulah 07      Rebecca 07     Margaret 07
   b              b              b

Paul Krispin Hubbs 06
   bm~1798 ___ __ to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs
      of Woodstown, Salem Co. P206
   n. ____ ___ __ Paul C. rocf Pilesgrove MM, dated 1814 Sep 22. Hinshaw PMM
      P577.
   n. 1821 Jan 25 Paul C. gct Salem MM, NJ, to m. Hishaw PMM P577.
   mf 1821 Mar 14 Rebecca A. Brick 06, daughter of Samuel and Anna, sister of
      Deborah, son of Chas. & Rebecca Hubbs of Phila. at Salem MH, NJ.
      Hinshaw SMM P80.
   bf ____ ___ __ to Samuel Brick 05 et ux Anne (nee Som 05) Brick of Elsinboro
      (eldest son of Joseph & Rebecca Brick) goes to John Brick of Eng. who
      emig. to Fenwick's co. >1680.
   n. 1821 Apr 04 Phillip K. mf Rebecca Brick -> should be Paul K. Salem Co.
      Marriages County Clerk's Records   FWPL 974.991C
   n. 1821 May 09 Rebecca A., gct Green St. MM,  Phila. Hinshaw SMM P80.
   n. 1821 Jul 26 Paul C. gct Green St. MM,  Phila. Hinshaw PMM P577.
   n. 1830 Jun 30 Rebecca H. gct Phila. MM [mou]. Hinshaw SMM (Orthodox) P120.
   n. 1830 Aug 26 Rebecca H. rocf Salem MM, NJ dtd 1830 Jun 30. Hinshaw PMM
      (Orthodox) P747.
   c. 1870 M593 15-WD 44-DIST  R1399 P449
      Philadelphia
 Rebecca     75 FW NJ
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P332
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Roxborough Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Rebecca Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P332
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Roxborough Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Joseph Hubbs ____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   ld 1838
      Grantee: Paul K. Sr.
      Transaction: 160 acres of land in Pike Co.
   n. From Ken Keller: "Paul Krispin Hubbs went to San Francisco with the
      Gold Rush and was active in politics there through the 1850's, though I
      find no record that he was ever Mayor as some researchers claim.  He died
      in San Francisco, where he left descendants, in 1874.
   mf 1857 Oct 12 Maggie Gilchrist 06. The LDS site has Paul K. Hubbs in Solano
      California.  The San Francisco Call recorded the marriage of Paul K. Hubbs
      and Mary Gillingham in Solano on April 9, 1872.  Interestingly, there was
      a Mary Gillingham, born 1857 January 11, of George Lewis Gillingham and
      Elizabeth Lippincott of Frankford PA and Moorestown NJ, respectively, both
      ancestral Hubbs-Crispin territory.  She had a brother named Benjamin
      Hewlings Gillingham (their great-grandmother was Mary Hewlings, near the
      age of Paul K Sr.'s grandmother Rebecca Hewlings who m Paul Crispin).
      Both the Lippincott and Hewlings families were intermarried with the
      Crispin's, Shinn's and Hubbs' in NJ/PA in various generations; they
      obviously were close.  There were also Gillinghams in Pike Co. Illinois.
   n. This Mary would have been an appropriate age for an 1872 marriage and the
      connections that could have led to her meeting Paul K. Hubbs certainly
      existed.  But we don't know whom she married, so it's just speculation.
      Paul K. Sr.'s age at either of these latter marriages suggests pretty
      clearly that the mother of his children was Rebecca Brick.  I would guess
      that at least the last marriage, to Mary Gillingham, probably was Paul K.
      Jr.  There is a San Francisco Call record of a daughter born to Mr. and
      Mrs. P.C. Hubbs in 1878, after Paul Krispin Sr.'s death; this may be the
      son "Paul K. Hubbs" referred to in the following CRFP article:
      Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pennsylvania (CRFP), vols. I-III
      Crispin:
      "Paul Krispin Hubbs insisted that Crispin should be spelled with a "K" and
      always affected that style. He was said to have been at one time connected
      with the United States Embassy to France, after which he settled down as a
      manufacturer of prints at Holmesburg, Phila., a staple industry in that
      locality. While in Lower Dublin township, in which Holmesburg is located,
      the whole of this region being filled with associations of his Crispin
      ancestry, and largely peopled with the descendants of Silas Crispin, by
      his first wife, Paul K. Hubbs applied for membership in the Crispin Burial
      Ground Community, which had charge of the old graveyard laid out by their
      ancestor, Capt.  Thomas Holme, nearby, on the ground that he was a
      descendant of Silas Crispin, although his branch of the family had long
      been strangers to the locality.  Although not a descendant of Capt.
      Thomas Holme, being descended from Silas Crispin's second wife, his claim
      as a Crispin was allowed and he was admitted a member. He afterwards
      removed to San Francisco, Cal., of which city it is said he was some time
      Mayor. He died there, leaving one son, Paul K. Hubbs, an attorney at law
      in that city, and one daughter;..."
         Paul Krispin's nephew, John Hubbs (son of elder brother Charles Ellis
      Hubbs) also went to California in the same period, probably to join in the
      Gold Rush as did another nephew, Simeon Ellis Hubbs' son James Samuel.
      James never married, however, and moved on to Idaho by 1865. San Francisco
      public records contain several entries in the period 1850-1900 that may
      relate to Paul Krispin's or John's descendants.  The only one clearly an
      attorney was Charles H. Hubbs, married in 1871 to Nannie Hooten and in
      1880 to Ida McPhail, with a daughter born in 1882.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R___ P5 L_ 412/399
      California, Solano Co., Vallejo
      PO:  1860 , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Paul K. Hubbs              61  Lawyer        1000 12000NJ
   n. Other records of Hubbs' in San Francisco include (Ken Keller):
      Hubbs, Harry B. died in 1873 age 6
      Hubbs, son of Anthony born in 1878
      Hubbs, Helen May married in 1886 to Louis Goldstein
      Hubbs, Robert married in 1889 to  Minnie N.I Coffin
      Hubbs, Eva married in 1890 to Charles Edwards
      Hubbs, Walter B. died in ---- age 2
      Bayard I. Hubbs, Quade & Straut, salesman,
         r. 8 Metcalfe Pl, San Francisco, 1889-1890
      Charles H. Hubbs, Jennings & Hubbs, attorney at law, 330 Pine, room 49-50,
         r. 1516 1/2 Vallejo, San Francisco 1890 (Cassius M. Jennings, Jennings
            & Hubbs, r. Union League Club)
   ld 1864/12/09   WA - WAOAA 092247
      Grantor: BLM
      Grantee: Paul K. Hubbs
   ld 1864/12/09   WA - WAOAA 092561
      Grantor: BLM
      Grantee: Paul K. Hubbs
   ld 1891/09/28   WA - WASAA 096403
      Grantor: BLM
      Grantee: Paul K. Hubbs
   dm 1874
      1874 San Francisco Call. Obit. he was 74 years old at the time of his
      death in 1874.
   df
 with Rebecca A. (nee Brick 06) Hubbs

Samuel Hubbs 06
   bm~1803 ___ __ to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs
   n. ____ ___ __ Samuel, minor, rocf Pilesgrove MM, dated 1820 Feb 24. Hinshaw
      PMM P577.
   wm 1825 Jan 19 N23 Philadelphia Adm. Book N P26, Jos. Barnes, Register
      Samuel Hubbs, late of the County of Salem, State of NJ, manufacturer of
      ocher, deceased.  Charles E. Hubbs, administrator and brother takes this
      administration at the request of the father.
      Signed: Charles E. Hubbs, P. K. Hubbs, James Thomas.

Beulah Hubbs 06
   bf 1805 Apr 28 to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs
   n. could be wife of John
   n. 1842 Nov 02 Beulah dis disunity. Hinshaw SMM (Orthodox) P120.

Rebeckah Hubbs 06
   bf 1807 Jul 16 to Charles Paul Hubbs 05 et ux Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs

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Charles Hubbs 07
   bm 1815 Oct 29 to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   mf 1842 Apr 24 Elizabeth Hedger 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   bf 1820 Apr 03 to Joseph Hedger 06 et ux Rebecca Reeves in Miami, Clermont
      Co., OH.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P_ L_ 167/178
      IL, Pike Co., West Division, Twp 5 South & Four West
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Hubbs              34  Farmer                     NJ
 Eliza Hubbs                27                             NJ
 Caton Hooper               10                             IL       S
 Louisa C. Hubbs             7                             IL       S
 Rosanna Hubbs               5                             IL       S
 Rebecca C. Hubbs            2                             IL
 James S. Hubbs             7m                             IL
   n. in 1850, two of Charles' brothers, John and Simeon, lived on either side
      of him, and all were adjacent to their father Simeon's farm.)
   df 1862 Feb 02
   mf 1866 Jan 01 Elizabeth Bradbury 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R_ P9 (67) 73/75
      IL, Pike Co., Derry Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Charles Hubbs              53  Farmer        1200   250OH
 Betsey Hubbs               48  Keeps house             OH
 James Hubbs                21  Farm hand               IL
 Charles Hubbs              14  Farm hand               IL
 Lillie Hubbs               12                          IL
   mf 1879 Dec 19 Catherine Smith 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   wm 1890 Oct 31, Filed 1893 July 10.
         I Charles Hubbs of the town of Eldora in the County of Pike and State
      of Illinois, being of sound mind and memory and understanding do make my
      last will and testament in manner and form following:
         First I give and bequeath to my daughter Louisa Ricely one dollar.
      Second I give and bequeath to my sons James H. and Charles A. each one
      dollar.  Third I give and bequeath to my daughter Rosann Curfman, five
      dollars. Fourth I give and bequeath to my daughter Rebecca Bradshaw five
      dollars.  Fifth I give and bequeath to the Bishop Taylor's Missionary
      Society of Affrica (sic) all the rest of my properyt both personal and
      real estate, after paying my funeral expenses and all other indebtedness
      against me.
         I appoint W. H. Crow to be the executor of this my last will and
      testament.
         In testimony whereof, I hereunto set my hand and seal, and publish and
      decree this to be my last will and testament in presence of the witnesses
      named below, this thirtyfirst day of October in the year of our Lord one
      thousand eight hundred and ninety. /s/ Charles Hubbs
         Signed, sealed, declared and published by the said Charles Hubbs as and
      for his last will and testament in presence of us who at his request and
      in his presence, and in presence of each other have subscribed our names
      as witnesses hereto. /s/ Henry L. Anderson   Residing in Pike County.
         Signed /s/ Gilbert Shaw, Residing in Pike County.
   dm 1892 Aug 17 Pike Co., IL.
 with Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
   Louisa 08      Rose Ann 08    Rebecca M 08   James S 08     Rachel 08
   b18430423      b18450907      b18471119      b18491024      b18520302
   Lillian 08     George 08      Charles A 08   William 08
   b18530919      b18540104      b18560420      b18610217

James Samuel Hubbs 07
   bm 1819 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   n. 1849-50 went to California with the Gold Rush.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P71 779/752
      CA, Siskiyou Co., Yreka City
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Rachel S. Camp             27F Cook                       NJ
 Marion Camp                 3F                            CA
 Ada J. Camp                9mF                            CA
 James Hubbs                42M Miner                   556NJ
 Hugh Boutton               41M Miner                   550MA
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R_ P10 L24 106
      Territory of Idaho, Owyhee, Silver City
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 James Hubbs                51M laborer        300   100NJ
 William Sterling           51M laborer              100NY
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ SD1 V_ ED29 22/23
      Idaho Territory, Owyhee, Silver City
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 James Hubbs                     61             S   Laborer                                           NJ          NJ          NJ
 William Sterling                60   Boarder       Carpenter                                         NY          NY          NY

   n. He went to California with the Gold Rush about 1849-50, and later moved on
      to Idaho with the silver rush there.  According to his Illinois family, he
      was murdered.  It was perhaps natural for them to think so, since he died
      alone in a wild place.  However, the record shows that he was a settled
      man of some property in Silver City, and that he died peacefully there.
      He was buried in Citizens Cemetery, Silver City.
   ld 1879 Mar 22 Owyhee Avalanche, Silver City, Idaho Territory
      Grantor: JAMES S. HUBBS
      Grantee: W.B. KNOTT
      Description: the mining claim known as the Old Horse, Florida Mountain.
      Price $100. Also the claim known as the Boonville, for the same price.
   n. 1880 August 28 Meeting of the County Commissioners
      Subsequently, the Board met as a Board Of Equalization. James Hubbs
      appeared before them and applied for a reduction of his assessment upon
      a certain mortgage and upon proper showing the Board reduced the same
      from $1800 to $600. The Board then adjourned sine die.
   n. 1881 July 23
      The Overland Mine lies a little west of the Minnie Moore, and is owned
      by Miller, Lusk & Hubbs. Here we found Mr. Hubbs with a small force of
      men busily engaged developing his mine. He has a shaft down 50 feet on a
      vein which averages 18 inches and is still sinking and at the same time
      running a tunnel to tap the ledge 25 feet below the bottom of the shaft.
      When this connection is made he will have his mine in good shape for
      taking out ore. Fifteen tons have been taken out of the shaft, which
      assays 180 ounces per ton; enough, Mr. Hubbs says, to defray all the
      expenses thus far incurred in developing the mine. The croppings of the
      ledge are easily traced for a distance of 120 feet; ledge pitches
      south, ore chute west.
   n. 1884 Jan 12 Just a Note
      We are pleased to hear that James Hubbs who had his toes amputated is
      doing nicely.
   n. 1889 September 21 Obit.
      DEATH OF JAMES HUBBS
      James Hubbs, an old and respected citizen of this place, died suddenly
      on Saturday night last about 8 o'clock at his residence, aged about 71
      years. During the day he had felt unwell, but was up and around as
      usual. At 5 o'clock he was at the shoe shop of Mr. B. Renschler, and
      complained of not feeling well.
      The deceased came to this camp, we think, in the year 1865, and has
      resided here ever since. He was a good citizen and a moral man. He
      leaves a sister somewhere in Pennsylvania, to whom the news of his death
      will be very unexpected, as he intended visiting her this fall. The body
      was removed to the court house on Sunday afternoon, where Bishop Talbot
      preached the funeral service, after which the remains were borne out by
      the pall bearers, and thence to the grave, followed by a large number of
      our citizens. Peace to his ashes.
   n. Pike County, Illinois:
      To the Honorable Edward Doocy, Judge of the County Court of Pike County,
      in the State of Illinois. The Petition of the undersigned James Helm
      respectfully represents that James S. Hubbs, late of the County of Owylin,
      as aforesaid, departed this life at Silver City, Idaho on or about the
      14th day of September A.D. 1889, leaving no last will and testament so far
      as your petitioner knows or believes. . . .That said deceased left
      surviving him no widow, child or children nor descendants of child or
      children but Rachel Powers, Joseph Hubbs, non-residents, Simeon Hubbs,
      non-resident, Samuel Hubbs, Mary E. Orr, Ann Morehead, Charles Hubbs,
      Melissa Hubbs and the heirs of John Hubbs, dec'd., his only heirs. That
      your petitioner (being solicited by the resident heirs of said deceased,)
      and believing that the said estate should be immediately administered as
      well for the proper management of said Estate as for the prompt collection      of the assets, by virtue of his right under the Statute, therefore prays
      that your Honor will grant Letters of Administration to him in the
      premises, upon his taking the oath prescribed by the Statute and entering
      into Bond in such sum, and with securities, as may be approved by your
      Honor.  /s/ John Helm
   n. Of interest (from Charlotte Slater, Owyhee Co., Idaho historian via Ken
      Keller)
      I just opened my book on Shoshone Cemetery and found the following.
      Hubbs, Baby G Beverly  no dates
      Hubbs, Dorothy B 1916 June 13 date of death not given
      Lot 29-98
      Hubbs, gladys T 1888 June 28 died 1982 Sep 12 lot 7-28
      Hubbs, Ivan B 1913 to 1936 lot 7-28
      Hubbs, Lavon T 1905 Jul 21 - 1943 Aug 2 1943 lot 8-4 Idaho Tec 5 34 Armd
         Regt  (I think his army reg't)
      Hubbs, Loren C 1907 May 6 1989 Apr 15 lot 29-97
      Hubbs, Neal A 1881 to 1920 lot 7-28
      Hubbs, Paul robert 1910 to 1935 lot 7-27
   dm 1889 Sep 14 Silver City, ID.  Never married.

John Hubbs 07
   bm~1821 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   mf 1846 Oct 22 Catherine Greeno 07 in Pike Co., IL
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Phillip Greeno 06 et ux Christena (nee Neff 06) Greeno in
      OH.
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R_ P_ L_ 166/177
      IL, Pike Co., West Division, Five South and Four West Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 John Hubbs                 30  Farmer                     NJ
 Catherine Hubbs            21                             OH?
 James Hubbs                 1                             IL
 Hannah E. Hubbs            3m                             IL
 John A. Moore               6                             ?
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P30R
      IL, Pike Co., Griggsville Twp.
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Hubbs                 38  Laborer                  50NJ
 Catherine Hubbs            24                             OH
 J. P. Hubbs                11                             IL
 Wm. T. Hubbs                7                             IL
 E. E. Hubbs                 2                             IL
 Anna Hubbs                  3                             IL
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R_ P248 L_ 162/164
      IL, Greene Co., Range 12, Twp. 12
      PO:
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 John Hubbs                 50  Farmer        2000   300NJ
 Catherine Hubbs            40  Keeping house           OH
 James Hubbs                21  Farmer               200IL
 Wesley F. Hubbs            16                          IL              S
 Sarah Hubbs                13                          IL              S
 Alice Hubbs                11                          IL              S
 Mary E. Hubbs              22  Teacher                 IL
 Alfred Hubbs                7                          IL
   n. 1870 census Alice is really Ellis Clark Hubbs. Mary E. is John's sister.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ P11 L_ 96
      IL, Greene Co., Range 12, Twp 12.
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 John Hubbs                      60              M  Farmer                                            NJ          NJ          OH
 Catherine Hubbs                 51   Wife       M                                                    OH          OH          OH
 James P. Hubbs                  31   Son       S                                                     IL          NJ          OH
 Westley F. Hubbs                 ?   Son       S                                                     IL          NJ          OH
 Alfred J. Hubbs                 17   Son                                                          S  IL          NJ          OH
 Wm. L. Hubbs                    15   Son                                                          S  IL          NJ          OH
 Julia Looper                    18   Domestic                                                        IL          IL          IL

   dm 1880 - 89 Pike Co., IL.
   df ____ ___ __ in Pike Co., IL.
 with Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   James P 08     Hannah 08      Wesley F 08    Sarah 08       Ellis C 08
   b184902        b1850          ~1853          ~1857          b18590101
   Alfred 08      William T 08
   ~1863          ~1865

Rebecca Hubbs 07
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.

Simeon Hubbs 07
   bm 1824 Aug 08 to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs in
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   mf 1847 Aug 15 Mahala Greeno in Pike County, IL.
   bf 1823 ___ __ to Phillip Greeno 06 et ux Christena (nee Neff 06) Greeno
   df 1911 ___ __ in Pike Co., IL.
   dm Pike Co., IL.
 with Mahala (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   Mary E 08      Christina E 08 Newton F 08    Alfred H 08    Emily J 08
   b1848          b1850          b1851          b1854          b1856
   Phebe M 08     Martha H 08    Riley G 08     Willis E 08    Melissa V 08
   b1860          b1863          b1865          b1868          b1872

Samuel Hubbs 07
   bm 1826 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   mf 1851 Jan 01 Clarissa Billings 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ SD6 E179P35 L_ 337/345
      IL, Pike Co., Atlas Twp., Village of Rockport
      PO:

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 George Lytle                    40              M  Farming                                           IL           OH         IN
 Lyddia Lytle                    30    Wife      M  Keeping house                                     IL           IL         IL
 Frederick Lytle                  5    Son      S                                                     IL           IL         IL
 Alice Lytle                      1    Dau      S                                                     IL           IL         IL
 Margaret Lytle                  67    Mother     W At home                                           IN           TN         TN
 Susan Lytle                     34    Sister   S   At home                                           IL           IN         OH
 L__ Edwards                     18    S-I-L    S   At home                                           IL           IN         IN
 Sam. Hubbs                      54    hand       W Works on farm                                     NJ           NJ         NJ

   dm 1908 Nov 29

Hannah Hubbs 07
   bf 1827 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs in
      Upper Alloways, Salem Co., NJ.
   mm 1846 Jan 01 John W. N. Betts 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   bm 1815 Feb 04
   dm 1852 Mar 16
   mm 1853 Jun 04 Thomas W. Moorehead 07 Dr. in Pike Co., IL.
   bm 1814 Jan 14 in OH
   dm in Pike Co., IL and interred Shinn Cemetery, Pike Co., IL.
 with Thomas W. Moorehead 07
   Dennis 08      Nelly H 08     Joseph W 08    James D 08
   b1861          b1863          b1865          b1867

Rachel S. Hubbs 07
   bf 1833 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs in
      in Pike Co., IL.
   mm 1849 Jun 03 Elijah Camp 07
   n. Ken Keller's line -
      At the 1850 census, both Hannah and Rachel were living with their parents,
      although both were married. John Betts, Hannah's husband, died in Pike Co.
      in 1852. At the 1860 census, Rachel was living with her brother James and
      her two small children in Yreka, CA, where she was listed as a cook.  Her
      husband Elijah Camp must have died or otherwise departed shortly before,
      since her youngest child was an infant.  She remarried in 1860.  It may be
      that John Betts and Elijah Camp went to the gold fields with James Hubbs,
      and then returned to get their wives.  John may have taken ill before he
      could go back to California, or decided not to go, and stayed in Pike Co.
      to die.  Rachel obviously did get to California, and had two children
      there with Elijah before 1860.  Some of this is just speculation, but fits
      with the known facts.
   dm<1860
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P71 779/752
      CA, Siskiyou Co., Yreka City
      PO: Yreka
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Rachel S. Camp             27F Cook                       NJ
 Marion Camp                 3F                            CA
 Ada J. Camp                9mF                            CA
 James Hubbs                42M Miner                   556NJ
 Hugh Boutton               41M Miner                   550MA
   mm 1860 Oct 07 William Watson Powers 07 in Yreka, CA.
   bm 1827 ___ __ in VA.
   c. 1870 U. S. Census M593 R_ P4 37
      California, Siskiyou Co., Yreka City
      PO: Yreka, 1860 , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc         RE    PP    BP      FMB  M  SIRem
 Wm. W. Powers              43  Carpenter     2700  1200VA
 Rachel S. Powers           36  Keeping hous            NJ
 Ada Powers                 10  At home                 Calif           S
 James M. Powers             8  At home                 Calif           S
 Curtis Powers               1  At home                 Calif
   n. In 1870, Ada is the daughter of Elijah Camp.  Marion, son of Elija and
      Rachel, must have died between 1860 and 1870.)
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R_ V    SD3 E108   P28 (280) L  246/263
      California, Siskiyou Co., Yreka, North Street.
      PO: Chews Landing, 1880 Jul 12 Joshua Sickler, Ass't Marshal

 Name                         CSAgeMonRel       SMWDOcc                         U Misc        BDIIMSRWBP          BPF         BPM         Remarks
 Wm. W. Powers                   53              M  Carpenter & builder                               VA          VA          VA
 Rachial S.                      47   Wife       M  Keeping House                                     NJ          NJ          NJ
 Ada C. Powers                   20   Daughter  S   Music teacher                                     Calif.      VA          NJ
 James M. Powers                 18   Son       S   Works for father                                  Calif.      VA          NJ
 James M. Powers                 18   Son       S   Works for father                                  Calif.      VA          NJ
 Alice Powers                     8   Daughter      Attended school                                   Calif.      Va          NJ.

   df 1902 Aug 02 in Yreka, Siskiyu Co., CA.
   n. Marion b in CA df<1860; Ada b El Dorado, Siskiyou Co., CA, d<1901, mm 1880
      Sep 30 Eugene Douglas Terwilliger in Yreka, CA bm 18550418 dm 19330319.
   n. Curtis Powers d<1880.
 with Elijah Camp 07
   Marion 08      Ada 08
   b1857          b1859
 with William Watson Powers 07
   James M 08     Curtis 08      Alice 08
   b1862          b1869          b1872

Joseph Hubbs 07
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs in
      in Pike Co., IL.
   mf 1859 Jan 24 Evaline Ater 07 in Pike Co., IL.

Mary E. Hubbs 07
   bf 1843 Apr 14 to Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Hannah (nee Shinn 06) Hubbs in
      in Pike Co., IL.
   mm 1861 Feb 07 William D. Orr 07 in Pike Co., IL.
   bm 1835 Oct 17 in OH.
   dm Clinton Co., IL.
   df Clinton Co., IL.


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Amanda Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   mm ____ ___ __ Isaac Newton 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Isaac Newton 06 et ux Dorothy (nee Burdsall 06) Newton
   n. Rebecca (nee Crispin 05) Hubbs sister Dorothy mm Wills Burdsall and their
      daughter Dorothy 06 married Isaac Newton 06. See Crispin Family file.

Anna Louisa Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   mm ____ ___ __ Middleton Miller 07
   bm in VA.

Frances Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   n. unm now [1907-1912] living in Frankford, Phila., before referred to as the
      custodian of the Paul Crispin Bible, beside which she possesses many other
      family relics."  CRFP

Samuel Hubbs 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   n. "Samuel Hubbs, while a young man and unm., went to the West Indies in
      charge of a valuable consignment of goods, and was robbed and killed by
      revolutioninst;"

John Hubbs 07
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   n. "John Hubbs, went to Cal., and nothing is known of him by his Eastern
      relatives."

Beulah Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   df unmarried

Rebecca Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Miller 07
   n. 1835 Aug 27 Rebecca H. Miller (late Hubbs) dis mou. Hinshaw PMM (Orthodox)
      P747.
   df childless.

Margaret Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 et ux Sarah (nee LeCampion 06) Hubbs
   df unmarried.
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Louisa Hubbs 08
   bf 1843 Apr 23 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
   mm 1864 Jun 04 William A. Risley 08

Rose Ann Hubbs 08
   bf 1845 Sep 07 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Pike Col, IL.
   df 1928 Jun 09 in  Prosser, WA.

Rebecca Minnie Hubbs 08
   bf 1847 Nov 19 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Pike Co., IL.
   df 1909 Jan 25 Browns Park, Co.
   mm 1869 Nov 18 Lewis Jackson Bradshaw in Pike Col, IL.
   bm 1843 Aug 04 Charleston, Kanawha, WV.

James Samuel Hubbs 08
   bm 1849 Oct 24 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Pike Co., IL.
   mf 1873 Nov 06 Tennessee Ann Vaught 08 at Jamesborough, Saline Co., MO.
   dm 1918 June 04 at El Reno, OK.
 with Tennessee Ann (nee Vaught 08) Hubbs
   Rosa 09
   b18920623

Rachel Hubbs 08
   bf 1852 Mar 02 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Pike Co., IL.

Lillian Hubbs 08
   bf 1853 Sep 19 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Adams Co., IL.
   mm 1875 Jan 01 John F. M. Gabriel in Saline Co., MO.

George Hubbs 08
   bm 1854 Jan 04 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Pike Co., IL.

Charles Alexander Hubbs 08
   bm 1856 Apr 20 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Quincy, Adams Co., IL.
   dm 1928 Feb 03 at Ft. Collins, Co.
   mf 1880 Jan 08 Amanda Oliver 08 in Pike Co., IL.

William Hubbs 08
   bm 1861 Feb 17 to Charles Hubbs 07 et ux Elizabeth (nee Hedger 07) Hubbs
      in Adams Co., IL.
   dm 1864 Jun __ in Adams Co., IL.

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James Phelps Hubbs 08
   bm 1849 Feb __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs in Pike
      Co., IL
   dm 1916 Feb 08 in Pike Co., IL.

Hannah Hubbs 08
   bf 1850 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs

Wesley F. Hubbs 08
   bm~1853 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs

Sarah Hubbs 08
   bf~1857 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs

Ellis Clark Hubbs 08
   bm 1859 Jan 01 to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs in
      "Shinntown," Griggsville Twp., Pike Co., IL.
   dm 1946 ___ __ in Pike Co., IL.

Alfred Hubbs 08
   bm~1863 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs

William T. Hubbs 08
   bm~1865 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Catherine (nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   n. had a tomato cannery in Pearl, IL.
   dm in Hot Springs, AR.

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Mary Elizabeth Hubbs 08
   bf 1848 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   mm ____ ___ __ Abe Edwards 08
   df 1891

Christina Esther Hubbs 08
   bf 1850 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   df 1890

Newton Fillmore Hubbs 08
   bm 1851 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   df 1926

Alfred Hardin Hubbs 08
   bm 1854 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   dm 1943

Emily Jane Hubbs 08
   bf 1856 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   df 1938

Phebe Maria Hubbs 08
   bf 1860 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   df 1919

Martha Hannah Hubbs 08
   bf 1863 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   mm 1922 ___ __ Frank Cavender 08

Riley Grant Hubbs 08
   bm 1865 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs

Willis Elbert Hubbs 08
   bm 1868 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Normah Youtsey Newton 08
   bf 1890
   dm 1947
   df 1972
   mf ____ ___ __ Effie Cavender _ ?????  How can this be?

Melissa Viola Hubbs 08
   bf 1872 ___ __ to Simeon Hubbs 08 et ux Mahala ( nee Greeno 07) Hubbs
   df 1966

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Rosa Hubbs 09
   bf 1892 Jun 23 to James Samuel Hubbs 08 et ux Tennessee Ann (nee Vaught 08)
      Hubbs
   mm 1908 ___ __ Charles Oscar Johnson 09
   bm
 with Charles Oscar Johnson 09, 7 children.
   Alva C 10      Dorthy Jane 10 Lloyd R 10     Elsie V 10     Gladys L 10
   b              b              b              b              b
   Harold L 10    Stella M 10
   b              b

LINKAGE END 03   Charles Hubbs/Rebecca    Phila., PA/Salem Co., NJ

Lewis Hubbs _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P332
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Spring Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Lewis Hubbs _____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

_ Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P131
      PA, Philadelphia Co., Bristol Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Rebecca Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
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Margaret Hubbs 06
   bf
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Baker 06
   n. 1835 Sep 02 Margaret Baker (late Hubbs) dis. Hinshaw SMM (Orthodox) P120.

Anna B. Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Paul C. Hubbs 06 et ux Rebecca A. (nee Brick 06) Hubbs
      conjecture by rwc75 - her middle initial probably for Brick.
   n. 1843 Oct 26 Anna B., minor, rocf WD MM, dtd 1843 Oct 18. Hinshaw PMM
      (Orthodox) P747.
   n. 1844 Apr 25 Anna B., dis jas. Hinshaw PMM (Orthodox) P747.
   n. 2003/8/6 Andy - In the 1870 census (Philadelphia) is listed a
      Rebecca Hubbs (75 years of age and born in NJ).
      This Rebecca is living in the household of W. Shultz.
      Could Shultz's wife, Annie B. (44 years old in 1870) also be connected to
      the Hubbs family?

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   Rate Lists of LI, Valuation of the Estates

   P144 John Hubbs
   P147 Robert Hubbs Sr
        Robert Hubbs Jr




David Hubbs _
   mf 1760 Jan 26 Hannah Lette _, both of Perth Amboy, NJ.  NJAMR.
   n. Revolutionary Census of New Jersey - Keun Stryker/Rodda
      LIST II  1778-1780
         David       MxSA South Ward, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co.
   n. History of Monmouth Co., NJ. P237
      1776 Hubbs, David, private, Continental Army.


   Ref 0
   New Jersey Marriage Records
   1778 Nov 31 Mary                m John Bishop (Glou)

   Burlington Co. Marriages  FWPL GEN 974.961 C
      P119  1797 Sep 14 Joseph     m Rebecca Stocton
            1807 Mar 26 Charles    m Phebe Anderson
            1808 Nov 15 Snowden    m Achsah Ivins
            1816 Sep 05 Edward     m Rebecca Vandergrift
            1831 Dec 13 Samuel C.  m Priscilla Garwood
      Brides
      P161  1800 Jan 02 Cathrine   m Samuel Morrel
      P44   1797 Jan 10 Eliz. (Gl) m Job Chambers
            1798 Nov 01 Hannah     m John Chambers
      P190  1800 Feb 23 Mary       m Amos Ridgway
      P90   1825 Mar 12 Phebe      m Samuel Carwood
      P247  1813 Dec 16 Phebe      m Seth Wills

   New Jersey Index of Wills VI Burlington Co., P144
   Allen Hubbs    21388C W1897
   Edward         15592C W1850
   Edwin          18565C       Inv1877
   Ellis          17391C W1868 Inv1868
   Isaiah         15411C       Inv1848
   Jacob          13804C W1828
   Samuel C.      20400C W1890 Inv1890
   Sarah A.       21389C W1897

   New Jersey Index of Wills VII Middlesex Co., P864
   Mary Hubbs     13893L W1870 Inv1870

   New Jersey Index of Wills V3 Salem Co., P1183
   Charles         4387Q       Inv1840
   Rebecca         4899Q W1852 Inv1852

John E. Hubbs
   wm 1833 P283 John E. Hubbs Administration  O 99

   Asbury Church Cemetery  -  off Route 130 (on right headed N just past the
     large Lakeview Cemetery adjoining) est. 1810 in Cinnaminson Twsp.
      John Doll, Pastor, 609-829-3801 Church
                         609-829-1743 Parsonage


   Revolutionary Census of New Jersey - Keun Stryker/Rodda
   LIST II  1778-1780
   P106  Charles     GN   Newton, Gloucester Co.
         David       MxSA South Ward, Perth Amboy, Middlesex Co.
         John        SoW  Western Precinct, Somerset Co.

   Hubbs, Frost & Allied Families - Ferol Violett Hubbs    LOC CS71.H8762   1946

   NJ, Burlington Co., Index to Mortgages #1  1766-1863
      Book E 18071105-18130714 Letter H
         P9   Edward Hubbs                   to Lowden
         P2   Charles Hubbs                  to G. French  discharged
         P201 Isaiah Hubbs                   to Lowden d
         P502 Charles Hubbs                  to Robert Heaton d
      Book F 18130714-18180330
         P2   Isaiah Hubbs                   to Samuel Haines d
         P37  Edward Hubbs                   to William Griffith
         P123 Joseph Hubbs                   to William Griffith
      Book G 18180330-18210210
         P206 Freedom Hubbs                  to Amos Taylor
      Book J 18250806-18300417
         P242 Edward Hubbs                   to Joshua W. Haines
      Book M 18370425-18390601
         P97  Ellis Hubbs                    to Jacob Haines
         P276 Obadiah Hubbs                  to Stokes Haines discharged
      et al
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John Hubbs 07
   bm~1656
   mf ____ ___ __ Susannah _ 07
   wm 1696 Dec 31 Abstracts of Early Wills of Queens Co., NY, Recorded in Libers
      A and C of Deeds, now in the Register's Office at Jamaica, NY.  To wife
      Susannah use of house and lands till sons John & Robert come of age.  Then
      John to have the dwelling and land adj.  Wife sole exx.  Wits: Henry
      Taylor, Richard Mott, & Joseph Sutton. Proved 1697 May 23.  Ref. FWPL GEN
      974.71L  Long Island Source Records.
   n. Letter obtained at GSOP 1999 by rwc75 addressed to
      Dr. Henry Mercer, Bucks Co. Historical Soc., Doylestown, PA.
      1926 Jan 31 Nelson de C. Housley, 106 Bert Ave., Trenton, NJ; born at
      Bridge Valley 1881 Jan 11
         "As much publicity has been given and the desire expressed for data
      relative to matters concerning families of Bucks County, I feel priveleged
      to following somewhat disconnected items, collected more or less at random
      from the notebooks of my great-great maternal grandfather, Jesse Hubbs,
      whom we believe although are not positive is a descendsant of that John
      Hubbs, whom your Society, I believe a few years ago, claimed to have been
      the first settler in New Britain township, Bucks County, a Baptist Welsh
      Clergyman. This conclusion was made I think on the occasion of the
      publication of a history of the Thomas family about eleven years ago.
         The notebooks referred to in the preceding paragraph, originally
      belonged to the Jesse Hubbs referred to consist of pen copied instruction
      books on arithmetic, geometry and surveying the latter being taken largely
      from Bowditch's textbook and much of the penmanship is beatiful, although
      parts of the books have been used for scrapbook purposes.  These books
      date 1798, 1804 and 1821 respectively.
         I will cite such information as I have available, in the hope that it
      may tie in with other data that you may have, as these records were in
      many cases often completely lost, however as many of the early families
      were closely intermarried and remained in the county or vicinity, any
      information may close a gap in that already acquired.
      1. John Hubbs, First settler in New Britain township, and presumed to be
      first of Hubbs line in vicinity, Baptist Welsh clergyman.
      2. Jesse Hubbs, a man of some education, a school teacher, and I judge, a
      farmer.
      3. Joseph Hubbs, blacksmith, resident in the vicinity of Carversville, or
      Mechanicsville, deceased, married a Miss Catharine Black, whose immediate
      connections were Henry Black, brother of Trenton, sisters, Mrs. James
      Briggs of Carversville, Mrs. Lucinda Chambers, Trenton; Mrs. Margaret
      Stevens, Norristown, Mrs. Phoebe Morris, Doylestown, and Mrs. Sarah Durand
      of Easton.
         There were three daughters by this union, Mrs. Anna M. Housley of
      Trenton, Miss Mary Hubbs, Trenton, and Mrs. Lewis J. Price, Doylestown,
      the former having been my mother, and Miss Hubbs the only one of the
      sisters still living.
         My grandfather's brother, Jesse Hubbs, early removed to Whitwhall, IL.
      where he prospered and is survived by a large family.
         On the paternal side of the house our earliest record goes to John Hill
      born 1797 and Margaret Halsey, born 1795 who married and had three
      children, Jesse B., Charles P. and Sarah A. and who I think lived near
      Buckingham or Solebury.
         Sarah A. Hill married George Housley, the son of William and Elanor
      Housley of Smalley, Derbyshire, England, and resided at or near
      Lumberville, where they had three sons, all of whom are living, John
      Housley of Lumberville, who has four sons, G. Wilson, Howard, Raymond and
      Albert;  Edmund Housley of Flemington, who has two daughters, Mary and
      Margaret; and Joseph S. Housley of Trenton, my father.
         I submit the above to you, not in the expectation that it will be the
      means of completing any record but mereley that it may be of interest or
      use to you in whatever, if any way you be able to use it.
      With best wishes for your continued success, I am,
               Very truly yours,   Nelson de C. Housley
 with Susannah
   John 08      Robert 08
   ~1672        ~1675

Robert Hubbs
   bm ____ ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe (nee _ _) mentioned in NY calendar
      of wills P2,2,3,3
   n. in freemans list Newport 1655.
   n. wm 1749 Jan 09 NYHS Abstracts of Wills V_ P316 Liber 17 P287
      In the name of God, Amen, January 9, 1749, I, Richard Allison of
      Haverstraw in Orange County, Doctor, being sick and weak.  After the
      payment of debts and funeral charges I leave to my loving father all my
      right and title to all houses and lands, "and whosoever hath any of my
      writings or Instruments of lands I do desire them to deliver the same to
      my father." "I also leave to my father the horse which I generally ride,
      and my saddle, as executor, for his trouble."  I leave to my friend,
      Phebe Hubbs, L20, and to her daughter Hannah, L20.  All the rest of my
      estate I leave to my brothers, Benjamin, John, William and Joseph, and to
      my sisters, Elizabeth Cuiper, Deborah Johnson, Mary De Groot, and Hannah
      Taylor.
      Executors: John Allison, father, John Allison, Jr., brother.
      Witnesses: Nicholas Kuiper, Jr., Elizabeth Hutchings, Cornelius Kuiper.
      Proved: 1750/1 Jan 28
      Note: the whole tract of land now embraced in the village of Haverstraw
      was originally owned by Jacobus DeHart, who sold it to Johanes Minnie,
      June...
   n. wm 1751 Jun 06 NYHS Abstracts of Wills V_ P37,38 Liber 19 P141
      In the name of God, Amen.  I, John Allison, of the Precinct of Haverstraw,
      in Orange Co., being much out of health. "As my farm, now in the hands of
      John Johnson, is on shares, that is, he has 1/4 of all the grain that he
      shall raise in the space of two years, and I am to have 3/4 thereof.  It
      is my will that Phebe Hubs shall stay with my slaves and family in my
      house and receive all the 3/4 of the grain for the support of the family,
      and she is to have two cattle killed for beef, and eight hogs, for the
      support of the family.  The rest of the produce and stock is to be sold,
      and L20 paid to Phebe Hubs.  I leave to my son Benjamin 1/3 of the meadow
      that belongs to the place he lives on, and was reserved by me, Also 100
      acres of land lying on Kakiat road, joining to the widow Conkling on the
      north side,  Also 100 acres where Lewis Van Ditmarsh lives, bounded east
      and south by a fence called the new field fence, and north by Menesacongo
      brook, and so running the same width west till it makes 100 acres.  I
      leave to my son John 6 shillings as his share, he having had his portion
      before.  I leave to my son Joseph the farm I now live on, being a tract of
      land purchased of Albertus Minnie and others, bounded north and east by
      Hudsons river, south by the mountains, and so running west along
      Menesacongo brook and the mountains so far as to reach a tier of 100 acre
      lots, a little to the east of a brook called the muddy brook.  To him and
      his heirs and assigns, except 100 acres which I give to my son Benjamin.
      And my son Joseph shall pay L100 to my son William and L50 to his son
      Edward Ellison.  I leave to Phebe Hubs L60 for her and her three children,
      and to her daughter Hannah L30, and to her daughter Priscilla L70, "and to
      the now in her body, yet unborn, L60 if it lives."  I leave to my daughter
      Elizabeth Cooper, 8 shillings for her part, with what I have given her.  I
      leave to my daughter, Deborah Johnson, L60.  To my daughter, Mary Degraugh
      L60, To my daughter Hannah Taylor, L50, being her share, with what I have
      given her.  All my goods and movable estate to be sold by my executors.
      They shall also sell 4 lots of land lying in Kakiat, one lot bounded north
      by John Osborn, south by Hans Urz, east by land that did belong to
      Silvanus Mott, and running west till it makes 200 acres.  Another lot
      bounded north by Gurnee, south by Joshua Conkling, east by Van Huter's
      land, and so running west till it makes 200 acres.  Another lot bounded
      north by Isaac Secor, south by Charles Mott, east by Mr. Garrison, and
      west by Nathaniel Jones, being 170 acres.  The other lot lies in the
      northermost corner of the West Division.  Also one lot more, of 50 acres
      in Company, bounded east by More and Ward, south by Banks and Lyon.  My
      executors are to take the money, and collect all debts due to me, and pay
      all debts and legacies, and they shall sell all other lands, except my
      rights on Long Island, which I leave to my son William, and the rest of
      the money they shall pay to my legatees, except my son John.
      Executor: friends, John Palmer, John Johnson and John Peterson Smith
      Witness: Joshua Seaman, Cornelius Seaman, Isaac Davis.
      Proved: 1754 Oct 21.
      Note: The above lands comprise the greater part of the village of
      Haverstraw, in Rockland Co.  The original owner was Balthazar De Hart, who
      obtained a Patent from Governor Philip Carterett, of New Jersey, in 1671,
      as it was then supposed to be within the limits of that Colony.  When it
      was found to be in New York, a new Patent was obtained from Governor
      Thomas Dongan in 1685.  Balthazar De Hart died in 1672, and left it to his
      brother, Jacobus De Hart, who procured the new Patent.  In 1694 he sold
      the entire tract (except 10 acres) to Johanes Minnie, who was the first
      owner of Haverstraw that actually lived on the land.  He sold 1/4 of it to
      Albertus Minnie (who is supposed to have been his brother), and he in
      turn sold it to John Allison 1729 May 14.  By other purchases John Allison
      became the owner of the greater part of the tract.  He was a native of
      Hempstead, LI, NY, and was one of the Colony who, in 1717, bought the
      north half of the Patent of Kakiat, which embraces a large part of
      Rockland County.  The house of John Allison and his son, Joseph Allison,
      stood on what is now Allison street in Haverstraw, a few rods north of
      Main street.  His descendants are still remaining in the village.  The
      Miniscecongo creek or brook is the one the Garner Print Works stand upon.
      - W. S. P.
   n. wm 1759 ___ __ NYHS Abstracts of Wills V_ P354,355 Liber 21 P
      Executor: brother Zebulon Seaman, brother in law, Richard Willetts, cousin
      William Seaman, and my dutiful son David Seaman.
      Witness: Peter Vandewater, Robert Hubbs, William Parcells
      Codicil: 1759 Mar 24 Confirms the will, and leaves to his sons David and
      Willis his smith shop and tools, and to his wife the use of the estate
      till sold, and all provisions
      Witness: Robert Seaman, James Townsend
      Proved 1759 Apr 25.
 with Phebe
   Hannah ac      Richard ac     Presila ac



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LINKAGE BEGIN 01  Charles Hubbs/Mary  of Philadelphia, PA.

Charles Hubbs 05
   bm~1680
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ 05  PA_HOMC
   n. 1734 Philadelphia County, UPPER DUBLIN  Charles Hubs 500 acres.
   ld 1741 Dec 28
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs of Philadelphia City, Gentleman, Father of
      Isaiah Hubbs
      Grantee: John Knight, release.
   wm 1744 Jun 14 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Philadelphia County Will Abstracts 1726-1747 P1131  BH P929 N127
      Charles Hubbs. Phil. Gentleman. Wife, Mary, Executrix. Children: Robert,
      Charles, Joseph, Elizabeth (wife of John Knight) and Martha (Thornhill).
      Witness: Andrew Edge, Jacob Shoemaker and John Durbarow.  Signed with his
      mark 1744 Jun 14.
      1746 Feb 23 proved. Recorded P221.
   wf 1760 Jan 08 N55 Philadelphia Administration of Mary Hubbs. Reg'r Jn.
      Jenkins
      Joseph Thornhill of the City of Philadelphia, House Carpenter and Martha,
      his wife a Daughter of Mary Hubbs, dec'd and David Jones Dove of the same
      place, Gent.
      Signed: Joseph Thornhill, Martha Thornhill, D. James Dove
      1760 Jan 08 N49 Philadelphia Administration of Mary Hubbs.
      A copy of the previous administration document accompanies this.
      Know all men by these presents that I, Isaac Jones of Philadelphia, Mercht
      do hereby renounce & disclaim all my Right to the Executorship of the last
      will & Testament of Mary Hubbs dec'd and Request the Administration
      thereof may be Granted to Joseph Thornhill and Martha his wife a Daughter
      of the sd decd.  In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand & Seal.
      Signed: Isaac Jones.
      Witness: Elizabeth Kimble, Robert ..rettell Jones.
      Inventory: ...... 13.4.3 by Alex Parker, D. Jam Dove
      1769 Nov 25 N16 Philadelphia Administration of Mary Hubbs.
      Know all men by these presents that We, Charles Hubbs of the City of
      Philadelphia, Benjamin Vanleer and John Wilkinson yeoman, are held and
      firmly Bound unto Benjamin Chew, Esq. Register General of the Probate of
      Wills and Granting Letters of Administration ... all and singular the
      Goods and Chattels & Credits of Mary Hubbs, Widow dec'd Unadministered by
      Charles Hubbs dec'd with the will of the sd Mary ...
      Signed: Charles Hubbs
      Know all men by these presents that I, Peter Dehaven of the City of
      Philadelphia, Yeoman in right of my wife Elizabeth the Daughter of Mary
      Hubbs deceased Do by these Presents renounce and quit claim to the
      Administration of the Estate of the said Mary Hubbs and the right and
      title of in or to the same.  Witness my hand & Seal this Fourth Day of
      November 1769.
      Signed: Peter Dehaven
      Witness: William Whitehead, Jr.
 with Mary
   Robert 06      Charles 06     Joseph 06      Elizabeth 06   Martha 06
   ~1705          b              b              b              b
   Isaiah 06
   b

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Isaiah Hubbs 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary
   ld 1738 Mar 25 Philadelphia Deeds B6 P726 Articles of agreement between
      Christopher Thompson and Isaiah Hubbs  rent/prch lot fronting Arch St,
      15' wide, 50' long on west side of 4th St.
   dm<1741 ___ __ intestate, see brother Robert

Robert Hubbs 06
   bm~1705 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary
   mf ____ ___ __ Lewcy _ 06
   ld 1728 Apr 16  BS P286 Proprietors list P246
      Grantor: Jannet Gordon
      Grantee: Robert Hubbs
      Description: S/S of head of Newton Creek, Glo.
   ld 1741 Dec 28 Philadelphia Deeds B6 P727
      Grantor: Robert Hubbs. Eldest brother and heir at law of Isaiah Hubbs who
      died intestate for 50# from John Knight
   wm 1747 Nov 27 NJA V30 p249  Lib. 5, P442
      Robert Hubbs of Newton Twsp., Gloucester Co., yeoman; Wife
      Lewcy, sole executrix.  Son Charles, the plantation I live on, excepting
      150 acres which are to be sold with the lands and rights I purchased of
      Peleg Smith, of Rhode Island, for the bringing up of my children, viz.
      Henry, Robert, and Sarah Hubbs, who are to have remainder of personal
      estate as they come to age.  If my wife be with child and a boy, my son
      Charles shall bring him  up and give him at age #100 out of my plantation;
      if girl, #80.
      Wit.: Thomas Attmore, Richard Marshall, Jos. Harrison;
      Affirmed 1747 Feb 17
      1748 Jan 15 inventory (L306.10.2 3/4) includes monies due from John Erwin,
      Jona. Thomas, Jonathan Axford, Joseph M. Cleans.
      Appraiser: John Thorne, Jo. Harrison.
   dm 1748
   ld 1748 Sep 01 BR P329 Proprietors records P246
      Grantor: Lucy Hubbs
      Grantee: Elizabeth Estaugh
      Description: Newton, Glo
   n. 1752 January 28 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #13992
      To sold, by publick vendue, on the second of March next, by
      the executrix of Robert Hubbs, deceased, the plantation where
      he lived, in Gloucester county, about four miles from Cooper
      Ferry, containing about 200 acres of good land, well water
      and timber, with about 15 acres of meadow, and more may be
      made, a good orchard, dwelling house, barn, and other out
      houses; also cows, horses, and other utensils for farming:
      Said place lies about one mile from a landing, where
      attendance, and reasonable credit will be given, giving
      security, if required, by LUCY HUBBS.
 with Lewcy (nee _ 06) Hubbs
   Charles 07     Henry 07       Robert 07      Sarah 07
   ~1728          b              b              b

Charles Hubbs 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary
   mf ____ ___ __ Rachel _ 06
   wm 1754 Sep 14 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills 1763-1784, page 322
      HUBBS, CHARLES. Phila. Co. Yeoman.
      Wife: Rachel. Exec.: Rachel Hubbs, and to succeed her, son John and
      Peter Peterson. Children: Esther, Elizabeth, Rachel, Martha, John,
      Joseph, Charles and Isaiah.
      Witnesses: Owen Roger, Herman Yerkes and
      Philip Thomas. (O:23)
      1766 Sep 13 proved.
   n. Speculation: dau: Rachel m Andrew Campbell
 with Rachel
   Esther 07      Elizabeth 07   Rachel 07      Martha 07      John 10
   b              b              b              b              b
   Joseph 10      Charles 10     Isaiah 10
   b              b              b

Joseph Hubbs 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary

Elizabeth Hubbs 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary
   mm<1741 ___ __ John Knight 05
   wm 1808 Oct 10  B_2 P399.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk2b.txt
      1808 Nov 26
   n. wf 1814 Mar 10 PA_PCW B_6b P227
      Martha Knight, Phila. Widow. Late husband, Jonathan Knight.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6b.txt
      1816 Feb 21
   mm<1769 ___ __ Peter Dehaven 05 see Elizabeth's mother's letters of admin.
   n. land transactions - see f-i-l Charles & b-i-l Robert.
   wm 1806 Dec 27 PA_PCW B_6b P217.
      Peter DeHaven. Phila. Gentleman.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6b.txt
      1816 Jan 26
 with John Knight 06

Martha Hubbs 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 05 et ux Mary
   mm ____ ___ __ Joseph Thornhill 05

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Rachel Hubbs 07
   bf probable sister to another Charles Hubbs of Philadelphia.
   mm ____ ___ __ Andrew Campbell 07, see Philadelphia Gazette articles
      about Charles Hubbs with neighbor Andrew Campbell.

Charles Hubbs 07
   bm~1728 ___ __ to Robert Hubbs 06 et ux Lucy (nee _ 06) Hubbs
   n. Revolutionary Census of New Jersey - Keun Stryker/Rodda LIST II  1778-1780
      P.106  Charles     GN   Newton, Gloucester Co
   mf 1749 Dec 15 Mary Eastlack 07 both of Gloucester Co.- NJMR
   bf~1730 ___ __ John Eastlack 06
   n. Is this the Charles and Mary of Philadelphia?
 with

John Hubbs 07
   bm probable brother or 1st cousin to the above Charles, but Laura Caris says
      Obadiah Hubbs is this John's father.
   mf ____ ___ __ Jane Evans 07
   bf 1721 1st 30 to John Evans _ et ux Eleanor (nee Ellis _) Evans, daughter of
      Rowland Ellis.  John Evans was a celebrated preacher among Friends.
   n. wm 1756 9th 16 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills 174801763, page 676.
      John Evans, will of. Gwneadd, Co. of Philadelphia. Yeoman.  He leaves to
      his daughter, Jane Hubbs, a life interest with remainder to her children,
      in a lot of 2 1/2 acres, "part of the tract of 100 acres which I hold, to
      be laid out for her the west side of Montgomery road, adjoining George
      Maris's field.'' He gives his daughters, Margaret, Ellen, and Elizabeth
      10 acres, "to be divided off the upper end, next Owen Evans's land." He
      mentions his sons Rowland and John, and appoints them with his son
      Cadwalader executors.
      Witness: Daniel Williams, Amos Roberts, George Maris.
      1757 Jun 22 proved.
   n. in response to my response at GenForum Posted by: Cheryl Cozad
      Date: 2000 May 16 14:39:16
      In Reply to: Re: Rachel Hubbs and Andrew Campbell by Ronald W. Cook of 216
      Captain Andrew Campbell, Revolutionary War Officer, born 1725 married
      Rachel Hubbs. I have a copy of Andrew"s Will and others official
      documents. I believe Rachel was the daughter of John Hubbs and Jane Evans.
      Also among the papers I found that Charles Hubbs Jr. son of Charles Sr and
      Mary married Rachael Campbell.
      2003 Jan 26 the above is unlikely. RWC Rachel a sister to Charles
   n. She left two sons, John and Charles, and three daughters, Rachel,
      Ellen, and Mary. Ellen m., 1781 , Amos Lewis, of Upper Dublin [son of
      Ellis Lewis, 2d, and his first wife Mary], and Rachel also m 1785 Amos
      Lewis.
      Note: Bean's 1884 History of Montgomery Co., Pa. Ch LXXV - LXXVI
      Charles Hubbs and Ellis Lewis are residents of Upper Dublin in 1734.
   n. wf 1752 Oct 13 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Ellis, Catherine, Gwynead, Phila. Co.
      Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills 1763-1784, page 621
      Nieces: Ellin, Margaret and Elizabeth Evans. Cousin: Elizabeth
      Humphreys, Elizabeth Thomas. Sister: Ellin Evans. Niece: Jane Hubbs.
      Cousins: Rowland, Margaret, John and Elizabeth Evans. Exec.: Rowland
      Evans.
      Witnesses: Thos. Evans and Isaac Cook. (O:430)
      1769 Nov 06 proved.
   n. wm 1770 Aug 13 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills 1763-1784, page 747
      DAVID, EVAN. Towmeneen. Phila. Co. Yeoman.
      Children: Mary, Margaret, John, Evan. Grandchildren: names not given.
      Friend: Jane Hubbs of Gwynedd. Exec.: Evan David.
      Witnesses: Evan Evans, Humphrey Jones. (P:44)
      1771 Jan 29 proved.
   n. wm 1773 Jan 24 Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
      Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills 1763-1784, page 996
      EVANS, CADWALLADER. City of Phila. Physician.
      Brothers: Rowland, John. Sisters: Jane Hubbs, Margaret Williams,
      Elizabeth, Eleanor Lewis. Nieces: Ann Biddle, Ann Morris (daughter of
      Tacy Fobes), Rachell, Elinor and Mary Hubbs. Execs.: Abel James, Owen
      Biddle, John and Rowland Evans. Witnesses: Henry Drinker, John Boynton,
      Will Parr. (P:434)
      1773 Jul 17 proved.
 with Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs
   Rachel 08      Elinor 08      John 08        Mary 08        Charles 08
   b17500723      b17530602      ~1754          ~1757          ~1767

Rachel Hubbs 08
   bf 1750 Jul 23 to John Hubbs 07 et ux Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs
   mm 1785 ___ __ Amos Lewis.
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ellis Lewis _ et ux Mary his first wife
      and Ellen also m., 1781, Amos Lewis. Ellis a Jr.

Ellen Hubbs 08
   bf 1753 Jun 02 to John Hubbs 07 et ux Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs
   mm 1781 ___ __ Amos Lewis _ of Upper Dublin
   bm ____ ___ __ to Ellis Lewis _ et ux Mary his first wife
      and Rachel also m., 1785, Amos Lewis. Ellis a Jr.

John Hubbs 08
   bm 1754 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs

Mary Hubbs 08
   bf 1757 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs

Charles Hubbs 08
   bm 1767 ___ __ to John Hubbs 07 et ux Jane (nee Evans 07) Hubbs
   n. The Charles Hubbs, M.D. that went to Fayette Co., PA. Laura Caris.

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Henry Hubbs 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Hubbs 06 et ux Lucy (nee _ 06) Hubbs
   n. wm 174_ ___ __ Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P912 N56
      Thomas Jafray of the parish of monymuck, Shire of Aberdeen, North
      Britain (surgeon).  Brother Rev. John Jafray, Executor: Dr. Peter
      Sonmairs. Recorded P9
      Witness: Thomas Jackman, William Scott and Henry Hubbs
   n. 1767 June 4 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40424
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Kitty, J. Goddard, and Sloop Patience, B. Sayre, N. Carolina.
      OUTWARDS.
      Sloop Superb, J. Higgins, N. Orleans.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados. Ship Phillis,
      J. Robinson, and Ship Rose, W. Dysart, Liverpool.
      CLEARED. Sloop Endeavour, S. Davis, and Sloop Industry, J. Power,
      to Virginia.
      Sloop Grace, S. Campbell, Pensacola.
   n. 1767 June 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40523
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      CLEARED. Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Brig Hannah, H. Styles, and Sloop
      Lloyd, T. Rodgers, Barbados.
      Sloop Kitty, J. Goddard, North Carolina.
      Ship Phillis, J. Robinson, Liverpool.
   n. 1767 July 16 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40690
      A LIST or LETTERS remaining in the Post Office Philadelphia,
      John Maatten Burton, Indian River.
      Captain Henry Hubbs, .., Philadelphia.
      Thomas Lewis, Ursulla his Wife, or any of his
      Children, William Love, Joshua Littlewood, Andrew Lesle,
      Philadelphia; Lewis Lloyd, Abington.
      Thomas Preston, Bucks County
      Benjamin Roberts, George Russel, John Scott, Rev. Mr. Jacob Townsend,
      Captain James Taylor, Philadelphia.
      Thomas Williams,
   n. 1767 August 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40910
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
   n. 1767 September 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40965
      For BARBADOS, The BRIGANTINE CHARLOTTE, HENRY HUBBS, Master; WILL
      sail with the greatest dispatch, having a considerable part of her
      cargoe engaged. For freight or passage, apply to the Captain on
      board, at Thomas Richewharff, or to William Smith, Broker, or the
      subscriber, who has to lett, a neat GARDEN at Kensington, whereon
      is erected a two story kitchen, a large summer house, with two
      rooms in it. There is in said garden, a variety of fruit trees,
      excellent strawberry and grape vines, and is very pleasantly
      situate for a gentlemanfamily.  BENJAMIN SWETT, junior.
   n. 1767 September 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #40971
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Martha, J. Johnson, St. Kitts.
      Schooner Pitt, S. Williams, St. Eustatia.
      OUTWARDS.  Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, and Ship Invincible, J. Harris,
      Barbados.
   n. 1768 May 5 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42407
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Nantucket. Snow Barbados Packet, S.
      Chancellor, and Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
      OUTWARDS. Ship Esther, R. Adams, for Malaga.
      CLEARED. Sloop Deborah, J. Waterman, Boston.
      Schooner Grant, R. Scott, St. Augustine.
   n. 1768 May 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42457
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
      CLEARED. Schooner Cape Fear Packet, R. Scott, North Carolina.
   n. 1768 May 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #42556
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Shadwell, S. Williams, from Jamaica.
      Sloop Charming Sally, E. Taylor, Boston.
      CLEARED. Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, and Brig Hope, T. Batson, Barbados.
   n. 1768 August 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43096
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Sally, S. Johnson, and Brig Elizabeth, C. West, Jamaica.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
      Sloop Fanny, J. James, St. Martins.
   n. 1768 September 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43184
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS. Sloop John, J. James, St. Kitts.
      CLEARED. Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
      Sloop Ranger, J. Young, Maryland.
   n. 1768 November 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43640
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Barbados.
      CLEARED.  Schooner Polly. W. Bartlett, Salem, N. E.
   n. 1768 December 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43712
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Abigail, B. James, R. Island.
      Schooner Peggy. J. Williams, Salem, N. E.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop Kingston, S. Coffin, for Nantucket. Ship
      Brig Charlotte, J. Hubbs, Antigua.
   n. 1768 December 8 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #43736
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Lord Hyde, J. Taylor, St. Croix.
      Brig Shadwell, S. Williams, St. Eustatia.
      Sloop Little Joseph, S. Williams, N. Carolina.
      OUTWARDS. Snow Sally, H. Robinson, Lisbon. Schooner
      Peggy, J. Williams, Salem, N.E.
      Ship Ann and Dorothy, W. Greenway, Barbados.
      CLEARED.  Brig Hetty, P. Osborne, Lisbon.
      Sloop Abigail, B. James, R. Island.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Antigua.
   n. 1769 March 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44156
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, and Sloop Peggy, T. Eastwick, St. Eustatia.
      Ship Molly, B. Allison, Lisbon.
   n. 1769 March 23 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #44267
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS.  Ship Chester, L. Wickes, Lisbon.
      CLEARED. Brig Charlotte, H. Hubbs, Lisbon.
   n. 1770 July 26 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47056
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS. Polly and Peggy. H. Hubbs, and Brig Bolton, J. Harr, Lisbon.
   n. 1770 August 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47095
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Britannia, H. Johnson, Salem, N. E.
      Schooner Sally, A. Gilbert, St. Croix.
      OUTWARDS. Sloop Ann, J. Robinson, for Halifax. Sloop Charlotte, J.
      Cobourne, Virginia.  Ship Polly and Peggy, H. Hubbs, Brig Lovely Lass,
      A. Waid, and Brig Patty, R. Hardie, Jamaica.
      CLEARED.  Ship Andrew, J. Campbell, Quebec.
      Brig Hibernia, S. Williams, Snow Ceres, N. Bodkin, and Brig
      George, J. Wilson, Lisbon. Schooner Amelia, W. Ivory, and Sloop
      Adventure, J. Markham, Virginia.
   n. 1770 August 9 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47139
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Schooner Mary Ann, J. Young, N. Providence.
      OUTWARDS.  Snow Dickenson, J. Johnson, St. Kitts.
      Schooner Sally, A. Gilbert, Anguilla.
      CLEARED. Brig Sally, B. A. Allison, Antigua.
      Brig Tobago, J. Scott, Grenades.
      Ship Charlotte, J. Cobourn, New York.
      Ship Polly and Peggy, H. Hubbs, Jamaica.
   n. 1770 November 15 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47771
      PHILADELPHIA, November 15.
      Saturday last the Ship Carolina, Captain Loxley, arrived here from
      London, which Place he left the 10th of September, but meeting
      with contrary Winds in coming down the Channel, he put into
      Torbay, and afterwards into Falmouth; while he lay there, he was
      informed there was a very hot Press in London; and he was boarded
      by a Lieutenant of a Man of War, who took one of his best Hands
      from him. Captain Loxley left Falmouth the 30th of September, in
      Company with Captain Chambers, for New York. --- On the 30th ult.
      in Lat. 34:20, Long. 68, he spoke a Brig, Captain Curtis, from New
      London for Antigua, 4 Days out, all well.
      Monday last Captain Newbold arrived here in 23 Days from Tortola;
      he sailed in Company with Captain Dickenson, in a Sloop bound to
      New York, and parted with him after they had been three Days at Sea.
      Captain Gilbert, from Saltertuda, on the 4th Instant, spoke the
      Brig Lord Hyde, Captain Shoemaker, from this Port for Jamaica, out
      24 Hours, all well.
      Arrival of the next Mail or Express from Madrid, the Spanish
      Ambassador was to give his definitive Answer.
      Captain Hathorn, from Lisbon, informs, that Advice was received
      there from Cadiz, that the English, who were settled on Falkland
      Island, were arrived there from that Place, being dispossessed by
      the Spaniards, which it was thought would occasion an immediate
      Rupture with them.
      Friday last arrived here the Ship Hope, Captain John Robinson,
      from the Bay of Honduras, which he left the 25th of September, by
      whom we learn, that a Number of Spaniards having been detected in
      enticing the Negroes to run away, were seized, by Way of Reprizal,
      and put to Work on board an English Vessel. --- Captain Robinson
      left at the Bay, the Ship Hope, James Robinson and Captain Eve, in
      a Brig, both loading for this Port. Captain Lanegan, in a Brig,
      and Captain Bryant, in a Ship, both for this Port, sailed two
      Weeks before Captain Robinson, but Captain Lanegan was spoke with,
      about the 18th of September, off Bonaeco, going to the Musquito
      Shore for Provisions, by a Brig belonging to New York, who arrived
      at the Bay from Madeira. --- Captain Wright, in a Brig for Rhode
      Island, left the Bay in Company with Captain Robinson, but on the
      15th of October she ran ashore on the Colleradoes, where Captain
      Robinson sent his Boat to her, and she got off, after lying there
      4 or 5 hours, without much Damage. --- On his Passage, the 21st
      ult. in Lat. 24:58, Long. 74, spoke two Sloops from Jamaica, one
      for Rhode Island, the other for New London, who said, the Ship
      then in Sight, was Captain Hubbs, from Jamaica for Philadelphia;
      and, on the 5th inst. off our Capes, he spoke Captain Devereaux,
      in a Brig, from the Bay for New York, all well.
      ARRIVALS.  Brilliant, Robinson, from Maryland at Dover.
   n. 1770 November 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47816
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Brig Hibernia, S. Williams, Lisbon.
      Ship Polly and Peggy, H. Hubbs, from Jamaica.
      Outwards.
      Brig Juno, W. Allen, Jamaica.
      Ship Newry, C. Robinson
      Cleared.
   n. 1770 November 29 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47848
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia
      OUTWARDS. Ship Polly and Peggy, J. Hubbs, Jamaica.
      CLEARED.  Ship Pennsylvania Packet, P. Osborne, London.
   n. 1770 December 20 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #47967
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Potowmack, S. Young, and Ship Philadelphia Packet, T. Moore,
      from Maryland. Sloop Charlotte, J. Cobourne, New York.
      OUTWARDS.
      Ship Sally, J. Osman, Jamaica. Sloop Potowmack, S. Young, Rh. Island.
      CLEARED.
      Snow Prince George, J. Campbell, Galway.
      Ship Polly and Peggy, H. Hubbs, Jamaica.
      Brig Tobago, J. Scott, New York.
   n. 1771 September 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49487
      Captain Gill left London the 12th of July, and informs, that the
      Captains Sparks and Loxley were to sail in two or three Days after
      him; he parted with Captain Hubbs, off the Isle of Wight, on the
      17th of July, and with the Ship Catherine, Captain Young, on the
      23d, off the Lizard, both from London for this Place.
      ARRIVALS.
      At Dover. The Nancy, Williams; and London, Califf, from Boston.
      At Bristol. The Chalkley, Montgomery, from Philadelphia.
      Gravesend, July 6. Passed by, the London, Chambers, from New York.
   n. 1771 September 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49558
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Ship Catherine, P. Young, and Ship Mary and Elizabeth, J. Sparks, from
      London. Sloop George, W. Gwyn, Schooner Orange, H. Hubbs, and Sloop
      Robert, N.B. Buntney, Virginia. Brig Sally, B.A. Allison, and Brig Nancy,
      J. Hanse, Jamaica. Brig Rachel, L. Simmons, Barbados. Ship Andrews,
      J.Campbell, St. Eustatia.
      OUTWARDS Brig Mary Ann, J. Adams, Tortola. Ship Andrews, J.Campbell, Cork.
   n. 1771 October 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49650
      CHINA.  A LARGE and general Assortment of China Ware, just imported in
      Capt. Hubbs, from LONDON, is now selling By JOSEPH STANSBURY, in
      Second street, near Arch street. Where Shopkeepers, and others, may be
      supplied, by the Box or smaller Quantity, at very reasonable Prices.
      Likewise Ravensduck, and sundry dry Goods; Spices, Red lead,
      Lytharge, Magnes, ground Redwood, Madder, Powder and Shot, by the
      Quantity.
   n. 1771 October 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49651
      Just imported, in the Polly and Peggy, Capt. Hubbs, and several
      other vessels, being the latest from LONDON, and to be sold, on
      very moderate terms, by SAMUEL SANSOM, junior, at his store, in
      Water street, half way between Market and Arch streets, A VARIETY
      of East India and European Merchandize; among which are, broadcloths,
      halfthicks, spotted swanskins, 8 qr. 9 qr. and 10 qr.  blankets, and
      several other articles, particularly adapted to the approaching season.
   n. 1771 October 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49667
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES. Ship Polly and Peggy, H.
      Hubbs, London.
   n. 1771 October 3 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49674
      Just imported in the Polly and Peggy, Captain Hubbs, and other
      vessels from London, and to be SOLD by OWEN JONES, junior, At his
      store in Market street, nearly opposite the Indian Queen, AN
      Assortment of GOODS, suitable for the Season, on the lowest Terms
      for Cash, or short Credit.
   n. 1771 October 10 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49698
      IMPORTED in the Ships Charming Molly, Captain Gill, and Peggy and
      Polly, Captain Hubbs, and other Vessels from London, Bristol, &c.
      and to be sold at the lowest Rates, by CHRISTOPHER and CHARLES
      MARSHALL, at their Druggist and Colour Store, the Sign of the
      Golden Ball, in Chestnut street, Philadelphia, A LARGE QUANTITY of
      Juniper Berries, Anniseed, Pepper, Cinnamon, Nutmegs, Cloves,
      Mace, Saffron, Antimony, Salt petre, Borax, and fine Florence Oil;
      with a large Assortment of Drugs and Medicines, Chymical,
      Galenical, and Patented; as BatemanDrops, British Oil,
      TurlingtonBalsam, Daffyand SquireElixirs, Frauncisfemale
      strengthening Elixir, GodfreyCordial, Chase, Andersonand
      LockyerPills, HooperFemale Pills, JamesFever Powders, WalkerDrops
      and Electuary for a certain Disease, HillMedicines,
      GreenoughTinctures for the Scurvy in the Gums and Tooth-ach,
      SwinsenElectuary for the Stone and Gravel, Smithsnuff for
      disorders in the Head, StephensonLozenges for Coughs, Essence of
      Pepper Mint, Baum de Vie, BoudenIssue Plaisters, SpenceTooth
      Powder.
      SHOP FURNITURE, Pocket and Tooth drawing Instruments, Crooked
      Needles, Syringes, Clyster Pipes, Pill Boxes, Gallypots and Vials.
      PAINTERS, GLAZIERS, FULLERS AND POTTERS, may be supplied with
      several Articles in their different Branches, as White and Red
      Lead, Spanish Brown and Whiting, Yellow Oker, French Verdigrease,
      Prussia Blue, Vermillion, Drop Lake, KingYellow, Frostings,
      Madder, Ground Redwood and Fustick, Woad, Orchal, Allom,
      Brimstone, Copperas, Lytharge and Magnes, with Gold and Silver
      Leaves and Shells, painting Brushes, Tools and Pencils, Stone and
      Pallet knives; also, London, New Castle and Bristol Crown Glass of
      most sizes, with Diamonds, Bar Lead, &c.
      N. B. Painters Colours of most Kinds, ready ground in Oil, and may
      be mixed to suit any Pattern for those inclining to paint their
      own Houses. Boxes of Medicines for the Use of Ships, or for
      Families living distant from a Doctor, may be furnished therewith,
      carefully put up, with suitable Directions.
   n. 1771 October 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49754
      JUST IMPORTED, in the Ship Polly and Peggy, Captain Hubbs, from
      London, and to be sold, by FRANCIS & TILGHMAN, At their STORE, in
      Chestnut street, opposite Mr. ISRAEL PEMBERTON'S, MIDDLING and low
      priced broadcloths, with suitable trimmings, red, blue, green and
      cloth coloured 6 qr. and yard wide coatings and duffils, blue and
      green 8 qr. and 9 qr. rugs, 8 qr. 9 qr. and 10 qr. rose blankets,
      spotted swanskins, plain and napped halfthicks, kerseys and
      plains, superfine scarlet and white flannels, common red and white
      ditto, striped duffils, German serges, brown and white Russia and
      Irish sheeting, Russia drilling, narrow white flaxen and hempen
      Russia linen, Russia huckaback 3-qr. Russia diaper, flaxen and
      hempen ozenbrigs, brown rolls, 9- qr. and 10-qr. Flanders bed
      ticks, 3-qr 7-8ths and yard wide Irish linens, of all prices,
      shalloons, durants, tammies, calimancoes, camblets, worsted
      damasks, dorsettees, brown and white buckrams, Merry Andrew and
      Harry playing cards, an assortment of mens and womens hosiery,
      among which are, a few dozen womens fine India cotton hose, and
      mens white and marbled silk ditto, casks of pewter assorted, bar
      lead, shot, F and FF gunpowder, Kentonold bottled porter, London
      single refined sugar, Gloucester and Cheshire cheese, pepper, red
      lead, Spanish brown, corks, wool and cotton cards, very low, with
      sundry other goods.
   n. 1771 November 7 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49919
      JOHN McCALLA,
      At the corner of Walnut and Second streets, HAS just imported in
      the Sally and Peggy, Capt. Hubbs, and in the Sally, Capt. Osman,
      from London, the following articles, to be disposed of on
      reasonable terms, viz. ---- A genteel assortment of super and
      superfine broadcloths, of the best quality, and most fashionable
      colours, middling ditto, rattinets, shaloons, durants, Manchester
      velvets, serge denim, Bath coating, 6-qr. naps, scarlet serges,
      scarlet, white and embossed flannels, halfthicks, white jeans,
      yard wide linen, Irish and Russia sheeting, ozenbrigs, a great
      variety of gold and silver basket buttons, scarf, basket, and
      death head ditto, silk knee garters, sewing silk and thread, scarf
      twist, 33 pieces of German serges, to be sold under a cent, &c.
      N. B. Said McCalla and Son, carry on the Taylorbusiness, as usual;
      those who please to favour them with their custom, may depend on
      their work being done with care and dispatch, and on the most
      reasonable terms.
   n. 1771 November 14 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #49958
      CHINA.
      A LARGE and general Assortment of China Ware, just imported in
      Capt. Hubbs, from LONDON, is now selling BY JOSEPH STANSBURY, in
      Second street, near Arch street. Where Shopkeepers, and others,
      may be supplied, by the Box or smaller Quantity, at very
      reasonable Prices.
   n. 1775 June 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57748
      CUSTOM HOUSE, Philadelphia, INWARD ENTRIES.
      Sloop Joseph, W. Shaw, Rhode Island.
      CLEARED.  Brig Industry, H. Hubbs, London.
   n. 1796 August 24 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #81335
      The Sampson, Smith of New York, from Bengal, is arrived at London.
      Married, on Thursday evening, the 18th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Hubbs,
      Mr. James Lynd, of Chestnut-hill, to the amiable and accomplished
      Miss Kitty Keyser, of Germantown.


Robert Hubbs 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Hubbs 06 et ux Lucy (nee _ 06) Hubbs

Sarah Hubbs 05
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Hubbs 06 et ux Lucy (nee _ 06) Hubbs
   n. maybe mm John Wing elsewhere in this file.

LINKAGE END 01  Charles Hubbs/Mary  of Philadelphia, PA.

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Isaiah Hubbs 06
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co., Cheltenham Twp.
 Isaiah Hubbs____________ 02 03 01 __ __
 (Isaiah)_________________16-$ MW
 _________________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ PF
   n. 1795 June 17 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #80499
      CAME to the plantation of the subscriber, living in Cheltenham
      township, Montgomery county, a sorrel HORSE, with a bald face, two
      white hind feet, and paces, supposed to be about eight years old.
      The owner is desired to come, prove property, pay charges and take
      him away.  ISAIAH HUBBS.  1795 May 17.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P35
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaiah Hubbs____________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P063
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery County, Cheltenham Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaiah Hubbs ___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   ld 1811 NJ_BuCDR BU/V1 P682
      Grantor: Isaiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Jos Matlack
   ld 1814 NJ_BuCDR BB2 P226
      Grantor: Isaiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Aquilla Lippincott
   ld 1814 NJ_BuCDR BB2 P372
      Grantor: Isaiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Joseph Read
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P244
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Twp., Cheltenham Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaiah Hubbs ___________/__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   ld 1850 NJ_BuCDR BL5 P593
      Grantor: Isaiah Hubbs, admr
      Grantee: Jeremiah Quicksall

Isaiah Hubbs _
   mf 1803 Aug 28 Elizabeth Pierson 06 Cumberland Co. Marriages

Abigail Hubbs _
   mm 1759 Nov 12 William Rechester _, at Philadelphia.  IGI.

Florence Hubbs _
   mm 1899 Oct 25 Frederick Helzapfel _, at Philadelphia.  IGI.

Louisa M. Hubbs _
   mm 1839 Jun 20 Samuel H. Gillingham _, at Philadelphia.  IGI.

Edwin Forrest Hubbs _
   bm 1847 May 27 to Israel Hubbs _ et ux Margaret in Carlisle, Cumberland Co.,
      Pa. IGI.

Virginia Hubbs _
   bf 1841 Jan 26 in Philadelphia, Pa.
   mm ____ ___ __ George Washington Simmons _, IGI.

Jesse Hubbs _
   n. Pennsylvania Volunteers in the War of 1812.  Roll of Pennsylvania
      Volunteers.  Privates.  Hubbs, Jesse.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P362
      PA, Montgomery Co. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jesse Hubbs _____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Amy Hubbs
   mm 1728 Aug 03 John Morris _, he of Hempstead, she of Oyster Bay, NY, at
      Hempstead.
      Records of MBD of various church & cemetery in Hempstead, LI 1725-1850

Robert Hubbs
   mf 1778 Apr 20 Mary Fowler _ of Hempstead P23

Joanna Hubbs
   mm 1780 Apr 06 Zero Weeks _ P25

Robert Hubbs __
   bm
   mf ____ ___ __ Amy
   bf 1767 Feb __ LI, NY
   df 1832 Oct 03 at 65.9
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LINKAGE BEGIN 02  _ Hubbs/Ann Isinghart, son Christopher  of Long Island, N. Y.


_ Hubbs 14
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Isinghart 14
   bf ____ ___ __ to Christopher Isinghart 13 et ux Sarah _
   n. 1763 NY, Westchester Co., Rye. List of Freeholders
      Christopher Isinghart, yeoman.
   n. wm 1773 Apr 05  Westchester Co., NY 1664-1784 P365
      Christopher Isinghart, Harrisons Purchase.  #687.
      "Blacksmith." Leaves to wife Sarah the use of 1/2 of farm during life,
      then the whole to go to son Christopher.  Legacies to daughters Charity
      Purdy, Ann Hubbs and Sarah Lynch.  Makes wife and son in law Joseph Purdy
      executors.
      1783 Sep 17 will proved.
 with Ann (nee Isinghart 14) Hubbs
   Christopher 15
   b1768

Christopher Hubbs 15
   bm 1768 ___ __ to _ _ 14 et ux Ann (nee Isinghart 14) Hubbs in Westchester
      Co., NY NYMM.  By deduction - need proof. 20010829rwc75
   mf ____ ___ __ Charity Carpenter 15
   bf 1772 Nov 19 to Daniel Carpenter 14 et ux Leah (nee Bailey 14) Carpenter
      note that Daniel Carpenter was born to Benecict Carpenter & Hannah (nee
      Haviland) a Jane Haviland having married 1782 Nov 25 Robert Hubbs.
   n. cf Pur. 18160311 with 3 ch; Charity gct Ama. 1835 Apr (O);
   n. Christopher & Jacob from same MM
   dm 1825 Aug 30 at 57Y NYMM
   df 1860 Oct 30 at 86Y bPP NYMM
 with Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs
   John 16        Joseph 16      Amaziah 16     Leah 16        David 16
   b1802          b              b              b              b18280329
   Joseph 16
   b18160709
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John Hubbs 16
   bm 1812 ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs
   dm 1814 Jan 30 at 12Y NYMM

Joseph Hubbs 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs
   dm 1814 Jan 31 NYMM

Amaziah Hubbs 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs
   n. attended theater, but will not go again, case discontinued 1819 Jun 07;
      dis 1827 Apr (O) NYMM
   ld 1853 Jul 21
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Amaziar Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $5,000
   ld 1854/01/03   IL 16578  IL1880__.400

Leah Hubbs 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs
   mm 1820 ___ __ Stephen Miller _ of Somers. NYMM

David Hubbs 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs

Joseph Hubbs 16
   bm ____ ___ __ to Christopher Hubbs 15 et ux Charity (nee Carpenter 15) Hubbs

LINKAGE END 02  _ Hubbs/Ann Isinghart, son Christopher  of Long Island, N. Y.

Basil Hubbs _
   ld 1854 Dec 20
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Basil Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $12,000

Johnson Hubbs _
   ld 1886 Oct 28
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: Johnson Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $24,000
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Charles Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Fanny _
   bf 1804 Jul __ Portland, ME.
   df 1829 Sep 25 at 25Y2M  bHS  NYMM  both (nm)

_ Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary F _ _
   bf 1802
   n. 1837 Jul rst; Charles F., minor, rec-rq of mother 183802.
   df 1876 Jul 03 at 74Y bPP m ---- (H)
 with Mary F
   Charles F _

Charles F. Hubbs _
   n. recrq of mother 183712; dis 18600102, he was engaged in theatrical
      performances and could get no other work (H).  NYMM

Mary B. Hubbs _
   mm ____ ___ __ _ Hunt _ rocf Jericho 1841 Apr; dis 1846 Apr (H)  NYMM

Amos Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   n. Mary rocf Wbp 1798 Oct 15; ct Ama. 1808 Oct 03.  NYMM

Amos T. Hubbs _
   mf 1835 Dec 31 Catharine Stivonsson _. Christ's Presbyterian Church at South
      Hempstead, L.I., N.Y. William P. Kuypers, Minister.
      http://www.longislandgenealogy.com/firstPresHempstead/18051858.html

David Hubbs _
   bm 1788 Jan __ LI,NY
   n. (nm) b
   dm 1840 Oct 10 at 52.10  bHS (m)  NYMM

Thomas Hubbs _
   n. NYMM
 with
   Phebe Ann _

Phebe Ann Hubbs _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Thomas Hubbs _
   n. rocf WBY 1837 Sep; ct Wby 1875 Apr 03   NYMM
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LINKAGE BEGIN 04  Jacobus Hubbs/Mary    of Hauppauge, LI, NY.

Alexander Hubbs _
   n.  http://www.fortklock.com/nymilitiaalbany4.htm
       Albany County Militia -- Forth Regiment
       Coloner Killan Van Rensselaer; Major Cornelisu Van Buren; Lieut. Col.
       John H. Beeckman; Adjutant John E. Lansing; Major Jacob C. Schermerhorn;
       Quarter Master Jacob Staats.......
       Lieutenant Alexander Hubbs ......

Jacobus Hubbs 08
   mf 1764 Feb 13 Mary Blatsley 08, MR VIII 59 NY Marriages P193
   n. See "A History of Hauppauge" by Simeon Wood P39,40.  Jacobus Hubbs and his
      descendants. NJ_GCHS.  Wood states "Jacobus Hubbs, probably a resident of
      Huntington, had a son James who came to Smithtown and bought a farm south
      of the "Branch" brook.
 with
   James 09
   b

James Hubbs 09
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jacobus Hubbs 08 et ux
 with
   Alexander 10   Charles 10     Daniel 10      Ira 10
   b              b              b              b

Alexander Hubbs 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Hubbs 09
   mf ____ ___ __ _ _ 10, widow of Theophilus Wood and lived with her on her
      farm as long as he lived.

Charles Hubbs 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Hubbs 09
   mf ____ ___ __ Freelove Wicks 10
   n. had a blacksmith shop near Thomas Wheeler's.  Charles was celebrated as a
      joker, and his mantle has fallen (somewhat out of shape) to his grandson
      Warren, the present parriarch of that branch of humanity in Hauppauge - SW
 with Freelove (nee Wicks 10) Hubbs
   Hannah 11      Jonas 11
   b              b

Daniel Hubbs 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Hubbs 09
   mf ____ ___ __ first wife 10
   df
   mf ____ ___ __ Almeda Wheeler 10, widow of Isaac Lewis, and sister of "Judge"
      Wheeler.
 with first wife 10
   George K 11
   b
 with Almeda

Ira Hubbs 10
   bm ____ ___ __ to James Hubbs 09
   n. lived near where the Catholic Church now stands, before he moved to
      Commack.
   mf ____ ___ __ Fanny Rolph 10

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George K. Hubbs 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Daniel Hubbs 10 et ux
   mf ____ ___ __ Ruth Wheeler 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to "Judge" Wheeler 10
   n. George taught school at Hauppauge.
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Hannah Hubbs 11
   bf ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 10 et ux Freelove (nee Wicks 10) Hubbs
   mm ____ ___ __ Fletcher E. Wheeler 11
 with Fletcher E. Wheeler 11
   John F 12      Andrew 12      Erastus 12     Francis 12     Harriet Jane12
   b              b              b              b              b
   Wesley J 12
   b

Jonas Hubbs 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 10 et ux Freelove (nee Wicks 10) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan Nichols 11
 with Susan (nee Nichols 11) Hubbs
   Warren 12      William C 12
   b              b

Warren Hubbs 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonas Hubbs 11 et ux Susan (nee Nichols 11) Hubbs

William C. Hubbs 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Jonas Hubbs 11 et ux Susan (nee Nichols 11) Hubbs

LINKAGE END 04  Jacobus Hubbs/Mary    of Hauppauge, LI, NY.

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Job Hubbs _
   mf 1764 Oct 19 Phebe Smith _, VIII 363 P163 NY Marriages

Sarah Hubbs _
   mm 1775 Jun 22 Joseph Wilson _, XXIII 73 P193 NY Marriages

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LINKAGE BEGIN 05  Jacob Hubbs/LI,NY.

_ Hubbs 05
 with
   Jacob 06       Hannah 06

Jacob Hubbs 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to same parents as Hannah
   mf ____ ___ __ Phebe Willits 06 he of LI, NY.
   bf ____ ___ __ James Willits 05 Jr.
   mf 1777 May 26 Phebe Willing _, PA_SPPECR.
   n. 1785 02 11 Phebe, wife of Jacob & daughter Mercy, certificate received
      from Phila. MM ND  dated 17850125 Evesham Monthly Meeting FWPL 974.961R
   n. 1786 04 07 Phebe, & dau Mercy gct Little Egg Harbor MM
   n. 1786 05 05 Phebe, & dau Mercy gct Little Egg Harbor MM
   ld 1800 2nd 09 Burlington Co., NJ
      Grantor: Samuel Carr et ux Ann of Northampton Twp., Burlington Co.,
      W. Division of NJ
      Grantee: Jacob Hubbs of Little Egg Harbor
      Description: 90 acres of land at Little Egg Harbor +40 acres.
   ld 1802 6th 09
      Grantor: Jacob Hubbs et ux Phebe of Little Egg Harbor.
      Grantee: Jeremiah Willits
      Transaction: $100
      Description: POB North side of road heading from Clambtown to Islands
      N5W 3c50l; S77W 9c; S40 15E 6c50l; N55e 5c97l to POB containing 4 acres.
   ld 1808 Feb 27 BT P158
      Grantor: Issaac Ridgway et ux Anne, Jeremiah Ridgway et ux Judath and
      Elnathan? Tucker Esq. et ux Phebe (heir at law of the estate of
      John Ridgway, dec'd), all of Little Egg Harbor Twp, Co. of Burlington in
      West New Jersey
      Grantee: Jacob Hubbs for $133 land situate in Little Egg Harbor,
      30 acres which said Ridgway became seized of by brother James, late of
      said Thomas Ridgway dec'd.  1781 4th 07 date of will  Liber 28 Folio 62.
   n. wm 1815 Mar __ PA_PCW B_6d P643.
      Asa Rigway. Phila. Bricklayer.
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk6d.txt
   wm 1826 Nov 11 NJA 13804C I, Jacob Hubbs, of the Township of Little Egg
      Harbour in the County of Burlington and State of New Jersey being weak in
      boddy but strong and rashonel in mine nowing that all men must once die do
      make ordain and and declair this instrument of written to be my last will
      and testamony revoking all others -
      First, to my beloved wife Phebe Hubbs, I give and bequeath my whole estate
      real and personal.  To my beloved son James Hubbs and his heirs forever
      with his paying a legacy of five hundred dollars to my beloved daughter
      Mercy Ridgway, James's sister, at the decease of their mother.  Lastly, I
      constitute and point Eayne Oliphant Executor of this my will and
      testament.  In witness of I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the
      eleventh day of November in the year of our Lord Eighteen Hundred and
      Twenty Six.  Signed and sealed in the presence of Anthony Atwood, Richard
      McClure, John Rockhill.
 with Phebe (nee Willits 06) Hubbs
   James 07        Mercy 07

Hannah Hubbs 06
   bf ____ ___ __ to same parents as Jacob
   mm ____ ___ __ Jeremiah Ridgway 06
   bm ____ ___ __ to John Ridgway 05
 with Jeremiah Ridgway 06
   no issue

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James Hubbs 07
   bm 1792 ___ __ to Jacob Hubbs 06 and Phebe (nee Willets 06) Hubbs
   mf 1818 Apr 19 Eliz Snyder 07 pres. Samuel Vanderhoot and wife.  Middlesex
      Co. marriages  GMONJ V44 P142
   c. 1830 Census M19 NJ, Monmouth Co. R80
      p415_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 James    /1 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/1 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (James Hubbs)          30-39M
                        20-29F
                          0-4M
                          0-4F
   c. Monmouth County   R255 Middleton P.316
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R444 P357
      New Jersey, Burlington County
      Enumerated: 1850                    Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 James                      58  laborer                    NJ
   dm ____ ___ __ of old age, a batchelor without children.  Interred Friends,
      Tuckerton, NJ.

Mary "Mercy" Hubbs 07
   bf ____ ___ __ to Jacob Hubbs 06 and Phebe (nee Willets 06) Hubbs
   mm 1800 Feb 23 Amos Ridgway 07  P190
   wm 1803 Sep 29 Amos Ridgway of Little Egg Harbor
   n. children survival is reported with conflicting information in Leah
      Blackman's "History of Little Egg Harbor."  Both are said to have died
      before age 15.
   mm ____ ___ __ Jeremiah Ridgway 70 P273
 with Amos Ridgway 70
   Jacob 08       Sarah Ann 08
   b              b

Leanah Hubbs
   bf 1806 Nov 08
   n. GMONJ V39 4t Middlesex Co. gravestones
   n. see James Hubbs mf Snyder
   dm 1858 Mar  next to Catharine P. Snyder

LINKAGE END 05  Jacob Hubbs/LI,NY.

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James Hubbs _
   bm
   mf 1790 Apr 28 Abigail Hutchins _ at Trinity Church Parish in NYC.  NYG&BR
      Records of Trinity Church Parish, NY. Vol 75, 1944. Doris & Chester
   n. may have lived in South Amboy or other areas of Middlesex Co., NJ.
   d. 1866 interred Old Bridge, NJ.
 with Abigail
   Ann
   b17921125

Jacob Hubbs _
   bm 1788
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   bf 1784
   n. Hempstead, LI, NY
   dm 1834 Dec 09 at 46  LDSR0017693 P21 #176
   df 1835 Jan 03 at 51  LDSR0017693 P21 #177

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LINKAGE BEGIN 07  Joseph Hubbs/Rebecca Stockton

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Aaron K. Hubbs 11
   bm 1817 ___ __ to Joseph Hubbs 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Stockton 10) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Eliza Osgood 11
   ld 1850 NJ_BuCDR BL5 P593
      Grantor: Aaron K. Hubbs
      Grantee: Jeremiah Quicksall
   ld 1853 NJ_BuCDR BL5 P601
      Grantor: Aaron K. Hubbs
      Grantee: Minor Rogers
   n. Out west in other censuses?
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Aaron K. Hubbs              63           NJ
 Rebecca                     51           NJ
 William                     23 S         Pa
 Anna May Geinrod             9 Step-Dau  Pa
 Alice Hubbs                  4 D         Pa
 Jessie Hubbs                 1 D         Pa
 Emeline Hubbs               56 Sister    Pa
 with Eliza (nee Osgood 11) Hubbs
   Alfred O 12    William 12
   b              b1857
 with Rebecca
   Alice 12       Jessie 12
   b1876          b1879

Emeline Hubbs 11
   bf 1824 ___ __ to Joseph Hubbs 10 et ux Rebecca (nee Stockton 10) Hubbs
   df Frankford Presbyterian Church Records, Frankford, Philladelphia, PA.

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Alfred Osgood Hubbs 12
   bm ____ ___ __ to Aaron K. Hubbs 11 et ux Eliza (nee Osgood 11) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Ann Crankshaw 12
 with Ann (nee Crankshaw 12) Hubbs
   William A 13

William Hubbs 12
   bm 1857 ___ __ to Aaron K. Hubbs 11 et ux Eliza (nee Osgood 11) Hubbs

Alice Hubbs 12
   bf 1876 ___ __ to Aaron K. Hubbs 11 et ux Rebecca

Jessie Hubbs 12
   b. 1879 ___ __ to Aaron K. Hubbs 11 et ux Rebecca

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William Alfred Hubbs 13
   bm ____ ___ __ to Alfred Osgood Hubbs 12 et ux Ann (nee Crankshaw 12) Hubbs
   mf ____ ___ __ Margaret Rosalie McDermott 13
 with Margaret Rosalie (nee McDermott 13) Hubbs
   William A 14   Alfred F 14
   b              b1908

LINKAGE END 07  Joseph Hubbs/Rebecca Stockton

Donald R. Hubbs _
   bm 1926 Feb 19
   n. 1968 Mar 17 PALMYRA BURLINGTON USN MIA
      http://www.njvvmf.org/NAMES/H_Nam.htm


Anne Hubbs _
   bf 1792 Nov 25 in Middlesex, New Jersey.
   mm ____ ___ __ Andrew H. Selover _
   bm 1787 Sep 10 to James Jacobus Selover _ et ux Mary (nee Bissett _) Selover
      in Middlesex,New Jersey.
   dm 1834 Apr 13 in Middlesex, New Jersey.
   df 1866
   n. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~popfraley/FowlerHillyer/pafg35.htm

Aaron Hubbs _
   bm 1854
   c. 1880 Soundex   NJ  T763, R18, Middlesex County
 Aaron Hubbs                 26 NJ
 Lottie                      23 NJ
 John                         3 NJ

C. Alfred Hubbs _
   bm 1854
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 C. Alfred Hubbs             26           Pa
 Ann                         25 W         Pa
 A. William                   4 S         Pa

Jonathan Hubbs _
   bm 179_
   mf
   bf 180_
   c. 1830 Census M19 New Jersey Hunt Co.
      p470_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Jonathan_/0 1 0 1 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _/2 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 (Jonathan Hubbs)       30-39M
                        20-29M
                        20-29F
                        15-19M
                          5-9M
                          5-9F
                          0-4F
                          0-4F

Cornelius Hubbs _
   mf 1812 May 16 Lydia (nee _ _) Fleming _  Gen M of NJ V29 P62

David Hubbs _
   n. GMONJ V50 P137R
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248
      p____ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _/0 0 0 1 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 David N. Hubbs         50-59M
                        40-49F
                        20-29M
                        15-19M
                        15-19M
                        15-19F
                        10-14M
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Theodore Hubbs _
   bm 1858

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD8 ED42 S9 L5
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT



Mabel S. Hubbs _

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED9 S19 L41
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


Phebe Hubbs _
   bf 1883

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED9 S19 L42
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


Levi Hubbs _
   bm 1888

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD9 ED65 S5 L8
      New Jersey, Camden County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


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LINKAGE BEGIN 08  Robert Hubbs of NY & line to Canada

Robert Hubbs 10
   bm 1753
   n. P35/36
   mf 1778 Apr 20 Mary Fowler 10
   mf 1782 Nov 25 Jane Haviland 10 in Long Island NYMR P193  V_XXXVII P93
   n. went to Canada - Bay of Quinte
   n. some from A. H. Hubbs, Sand Lake, N. Y. with 1396 descendants as of
      2002 Mar 05
   dm 1827
 with Mary (nee Fowler 10) Hubbs
   William 11
   b
 with Jane (nee Haviland 10) Hubbs
   Robert 11       Jane 11
   b17530510       b17661107

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William Hubbs 11
   bm ____ ___ __ to Robert Hubbs 10 et ux Mary (nee Fowler 10) Hubbs

Robert Hubbs 11
   bm 1753 May 10 to Robert Hubbs 10 et ux Jane (nee Haviland 10) Hubbs
   dm 1827 Mar 15 and interred Glenwood Cemetery, Picton, Prince Edward County,
      Ontario

Jane Hubbs 11
   bf 1766 Nov 07 to Robert Hubbs 10 et ux Jane (nee Haviland 10) Hubbs
   df 1851 Dec 21 and interred Glenwood Cemetery, Picton, Prince Edward County,
      Ontario

LINKAGE END 08  Robert Hubbs of NY & line to Canada

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LINKAGE BEGIN 09  John A. Hubbs/Anna M. Poinsett

John A. Hubbs 15
   mf 1864 Aug 07 Anna M. Poinsett 15. Dollar Newspaper 1864/08/13 P2 C4. Name
      given as John L. Hubbs.

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD13 ED122 S9 L18
      New Jersey, Cumberland County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT

 with Anna M. (nee Poinsett 15) Hubbs
   George A 16
   b1871

George A. Hubbs 16
   bm 1871 ___ __ to John A. Hubbs 15 et ux Anna M. (nee Poinsett 15) Hubbs
   n. South Jersey - A History  P170-173 small extracts of. More on Chew, Driver
      and others in the maternal lines including Poinsett.
         Great grandfather maternally - George A. Poinsett was an officer in the
      War of 1812. George A. Hubbs had his sword from that conflict.
      George A. Poinsett mf Anne Elizabeth Earl and they had
      Earl S. Poinsett bm 1800 Sep mf 1801 Feb 07 Beulah Bowker bf1801 Feb 07
      and they had Anna M. Poinsett who mm John L. Hubbs, a private of the
      Twenty-third Regiment, NJ Volunteers.
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E22 P6 L10 37/37 B
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Westampton Township
      1880 Jun 21 Howard Parry, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Daniel Haines           MW 60          Farmer         NJ    NJ    NJ
 Catherine               FW 55   Wif M  Keeping ho     NJ    NJ    NJ
 George                  MW 27   SonS   At home        NJ    NJ    NJ
 Martha                  FW 25   Dau                   NJ    NJ    NJ
 Lydia Pointsett         FW 45   SILS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Rebecca Pointsett       FW 43   SILS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 George Hubbs            MW 10   NepS                  NJ    NJ    NJ
 Chalkley Borton         MW 18   SerS   Works on F     NJ    NJ    NJ
   mf 1894 Jun 20 Louetta Lord Myers 16
   bf 1871 Oct 05 to Abraham Myers 15 and Anna Eliza (nee Lord 15) Chew whom he
      married 1870 Jan 01.  He was a member of Co. K, Twelfth NJ Volunteers
      enrolled 1862 June and fought at Gettysburg. Abraham bm 1840 Oct 21 and
      dm 1892 Aug 23.

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R
      New Jersey, Cumberland County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


LINKAGE END 09  John A. Hubbs/Anna M. Poinsett

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George Washington Hubbs _
   bm 1826 ___ __ to
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth W. _ _
   c. 1880 U. S. Census T9 R772 SD3 E23 P21 L35 152/162 310A
      New Jersey, Burlington Co., Florence
      1880 Jun 16 Joseph H. Tudor, Enumerator
 Name                    SCAgeMonRelSMWDOcc       MiscIBP    BPF   BPM   Remarks
 Geo Washington Hubbs    MW 54          Farm labor     NC    Unk   Unk
 Elizabeth W.            FW 43   Wif    Keeping ho     Ire   Ire   Ire
 Geo. Washington         MW 11   Son                   NJ    NC    Ire
 Anna Eyre               FW  9   Dau                   NJ    NC    Ire
 Julius A. S.            MW  7   Son                   NJ    NC    Ire
 Alice Lanning           FW  5   Dau                   NJ    NC    Ire
 Chas. Baker             MW  2   Son                   NJ    NC    Ire
 Elmira Clayton          FW 3mFebDau                   NJ    NC    Ire
 with Elizabeth W
   George W _     Anna E _       Julias A _     Alice L _      Charles B _
   b1869          b1871          b1873          b1875          b1878
   Elmira C _
   b188003

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George W. Hubbs _
   bm 1869 ___ __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.

Anna E. Hubbs _
   bf 1871 ___ __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.
   mm ____ ___ __ George Edward Woodward _
   bm 1859
   n. NJBCBDRWEH.
         Henry Cooper WOODWARD
      white male
      born 1889 July 17 in Stevens Station
      father Edward WOODWARD born US  farmer age 30
      mother Annie E. HOBBS born US age 23 born US
         Eva May WOODWARD
      white female
      born 1891 Dec 1 near Florence (Burlington Twp. NJ)
      father Edward WOODWARD born US farmer  age 32
      mother Anna HUBBS age 22
      3 children born in this marriage   3 living
         Chas. Richardson WOODWARD
      white  male
      born 1893 Oct 14 near Florence
      father Geo. E. WOODWARD born US  farmer age 33
      mother Annie E. HUBBS born US age 24
      5 children born in this marriage   4 living
 with George Edward Woodward _
   _ _            _ _            Henry Cooper _ Eva May _      Charles R _
   b              b              b18890717      b18911201      b18931014


Julias A. Hubbs _
   bm 1873 ___ __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.

Alice L. Hubbs _
   bf 1875 ___ __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.

Charles B. Hubbs _
   bm 1878 ___ __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.

Elmira C. Hubbs _
   bf 1880 Mar __ to George Washington Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth W.

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Annie Hubbs _
   bf 1851

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED17 S3 L48
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


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LINKAGE BEGIN 13  Nathaniel Hubbs, Dr./Sandy Pickett's heritage and research.
      Lorraine "Laura" Caris' line and much of her data.

   n. References:
      2003 Jan 22 search Hubbs per Marta Burns at
      http://digital.library.pitt.edu/fulltext/simple.htm

Charles Hubbs _
   n. 1754 December 12 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17760
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to sale by publick
      vendue, about 2 a clock on the 3d day of January, at the house of Benjamin
      Davis, in North Wales, a messuage, plantation and tract of land, situated
      in Gwinedd (or North Wales) township, bounded by the lands of Benjamin
      Davids, Valentine Puff, and Charles Hubbs, and by the line dividing the
      township of Lower Dublin and Gwinedd, containing 71 acres, be the same
      more or less, late the estate of Thomas Wallas; taken in execution by
      SAMUEL MORRIS, sheriff.
   n. 1758 September 21 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #22297
      Philadelphia, September 16, 1758.  BY Virtue of sundry Writs to me
      directed, on Saturday the 14th Day of October next, between the Hours of
      Two o'Clock and Five in the Afternoon, at the House of John Hinkle, the
      upper End of Germantown, will be exposed to sale by publick Vendue, a
      Messuage, Plantation, and 126 Acres of Land, and 143 Perches, or
      thereabouts, situate in Cheltenham, adjoining Land late of Richard Morrey,
      deceased, William Nice, Joshua Harmer, Evan Thomas, and Henry Slingow,
      late the Estate of Leonard Morrey. One other Messuage, and Lot or Piece of
      Ground, situate on the great Road at chestnut hill, adjoining Land of
      Charles Hubbs, Samuel Ashmead, and Michael Sheets, containing about 11
      Acres and 20 Perches; late the Estate of Michael Fisher, and likewise one
      equal and undivided Ninth Part of sundry Messuages, and 100 Acres of Land,
      situate on the great Road leading from Germantown to Chestnut hill, late
      the Estate of Anthony Hinkle; all which are seized and taken in Execution,
      by JAMES COULTAS, Sheriff,
   dm<1770
   n. 1770 January 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46036
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, on
      Saturday, the 10th of February, at two oin the afternoon, at the house of
      John Hinekle, in Germantown township, near Chestnut hill, a certain
      messuage, and tract of land, situate in Germantown township aforesaid,
      containing 19 acres, and 141 perches, be the same more or less, bounded by
      lands of Anthony Tune, George Rex, and Andrew Campbell, also by a two
      perch lane, and the road leading from Philadelphia to Whitemarsh; late the
      estate of Charles Hubbs, deceased; seized and taken in execution by JOSEPH
      REDMAN, Sheriff.
   n. 1770 February 1 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #46127
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, on
      Saturday, the 10th of February, at two oin the afternoon, at the house of
      John Hinckle, in Germantown township, near Chestnut hill, a certain
      messuage, and tract of land, situate in Germantown township aforesaid,
      containing 19 acres, and 141 perches, be the same more or less, bounded by
      lands of Anthony Tune, George Rex, and Andrew Campbell, also by a two
      perch lane, and the road leading from Philadelphia to Whitemarsh; late the
      estate of Charles Hubbs, deceased; seized and taken in execution by JOSEPH
      REDMAN, Sheriff.

Charles Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Hester _ 07
   n. wm 1782 Feb 24 Philadelphia County Will Abstracts P2198 N106
      William Nice - Germantown, Co., of Phila, yeoman.  Wife Elizabeth.
      Child: Charles. Friends: Charles & Hester Hubs.
      Executrix: Elizabeth and Winaid Nice.
      Witnesses: Peter Hinkle, John Nice, John Huston.
      Proved 1782 Apr 16. Recorded P104.
      wm 1819 Oct 30 PA_PCW B_7b P267.
      Charles Nice
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/philadelphia/wills/willabstrbk7b.txt
   c. 1790 PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. BLOCKLEY TOWNSHIP.
      Name of head of family: Hubbs, Esther
      Free white females, including heads of families: 1
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P126 (maybe should be the one on P449
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles Hubbs___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Charles Hubbs 15
   bm 1767 ___ __ in N. J.
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary Clements 15  PA_HOMC
   bf ____ ___ __ to Garret Clements 04 et ux Keturah
      http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/pa/montgomery/history/local/mchb0056.txt
      History of Mont. Co.Chapters LVI - LVII, Bean 1884
      Gwynedd & Hatfield Twp.
      Garret Clements, or Clemens, resided in the east corner of the township,
      on the Welsh road, and was rated for one hundred and thirty-six acres.  He
      was a Mennonite, and on account of his conscientious for not bearing arms
      was fined by the authorities several times.  His wifes name was Keturah,
      and his daughter Mary married Charles Hubbs.  His large two-story stone
      house is still standing close beside the road, and as it has been for some
      time abandoned, attracts the attention of passing travelers.
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co., Blockley Twp.
 Charles Hubbs __________ 01 01 03 __ __
 (Charles)________________16-$ MW
 (Mary)___________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   df 1793 of Yellow Fever.
   mf ____ ___ __ Susan V. Gorgus 15
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P449 (maybe should be the one on P126
      Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles Hubbs___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P131
      Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., Mt. Pleasant Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Charles Hubbs __________/__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates. P480.
        "Dr. Charles Hubbs was born in New Jersey in 1767, pursued his medical
      studies under the direction of Dr. Benjamin Rush, of Philadelphia, and
      practiced his profession in Germantown, Pa., and Baltimore, Md., until
      1816, when he removed to Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland Co., Pa. In 1820,
      he moved to Bridgeport for one year, then returned to Mount Pleasant."
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P262
      Pennsylvania, Westmoreland Co., E. Hum. Twp.  ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1847 in Mt. Pleasant, Fayette Co., Penna.
 with Mary (nee Clement 15) Hubbs
   boy 16         girl 16        girl 16        Clement 16
   b              b              b              b1793
 with Susan V. (nee Gorgus 15) Hubbs
   Nathaniel G 16 Edwin 16       William G 16   John Evans 16
   ~1799          b18080825      b18110221      ?

James Hubbs _
   bm
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P073
      Pennsylvania, Phildelphia Co., Blockley Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 James Hubbs ____________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Charles Hubbs _
   bm 1790 ___ __ to
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P230 L___ 557/563
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Hempfield Twp.
      Enumerated: _,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Hubbs              57  Farmer                     PA
 Elen                       40                             PA
 Charles E.                 20  Farmer                     PA
 Mary                       19                             PA
 Joseph                     17  Farmer                     PA
 David                      16                             PA
 Jane E.                    14                             PA
 John                       11                             PA
 Urbanus                    10                             PA
 James                       8                             PA
 with Ellen
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R___ P1097 L_ _/_
      PA, Westmoreland Co., South Huntingon Twp.
      Enumerated: _,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Charles Hubbs              70  Farmer                     PA
 Ellen                      59                             PA
 Edward                     29  Laborer                    PA
 Mary                       27                             PA
 Joseph                     26  Farm laborer               PA
 Jane                       24                             PA
 Urbanus                    18                             PA
 with Ellen
   Charles E _    Mary _         Joseph _       David _        Jane E _
   b1830          b1831          b1833          b1834          b1836
   John _         Urbanus _      James _
   b1839          b1840          b1842

Clement Hubbs 16
   bm 1793 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 15 et ux Mary (nee Clemens 15) Hubbs in
      Germantown, Pa.
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 16
   bf 1795
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P294
      Pennsylvania, Erie Co., Donegal Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Clement Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V2  1918, C31 P561
      C. Hubbs elected one of five vice-presidents at the 1841 February 19
      Donegal meeting to set off a new Ligonier county
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P78 L__ 609/609
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Donegal Twp.
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 21,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Clement Hubbs              58  Merchant               1000PA
 Elizabeth                  55
 John                       25  Merchant
 Henry                      20  Student
 Mary L.                    17
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P868 L_ _/_
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Donegal Twp.
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 Clemont Hubbs              68  Gentleman        1500   200PA
 Elizabeth                  65                             PA
 Mary Louisa                22                             PA
 Henry Hubbs                30 Clerk                    200PA
 Mary L.                    26                             PA
 Frank                       7                             PA
 with Elizabeth
   John 17        Henry 17       Mary Louisa 17
   b1825          b1830          b1838

Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16
   bm~1799 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs 15 et ux
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates. P820.
         "Dr. Nathan Hubbs was a practitioner in Freeport in 1822, and after a
      service of twenty-six years, died in the village in 1848.
   mf 1824 Feb 19 Mary Cope 16
   bf 1805 Jul 29 to James Cope 15 et ux Rebecca (nee Cooke 15) Cope
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates. P824.
         The Church of Christ, organized 1836 Oct 9 and among the names of early
      members:  Nathan G. Hubbs, Edmund and Samuel Hubbs, Mary Hubbs, Rachel
      Hubbs, Elizabeth Hubbs.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P256
      PA, Fayette Co., Washington Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Nathaniel Hubbs _________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW
   dm 1848 ___ __ in Freeport, Pa.
   df 1855 Jul 20 in Cookstown, Fayette Co., Pa.
 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs
   James C 17     William C 17   Mary Jane 17   Maria F 17     Martha M 17
   b1825          b1827          b1829          b1830          b1832

Charles Hubbs _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P268
      PA, Fayette Co., Washington Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Samuel Hubbs _
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates.
      P790 1832 Samuel Hubbs - auditor of Tyrone, Washington Twp., Pa.
      P716 1840 Samuel Hubbs - auditor of Perry Twp., Pa.

William G. Hubbs 16
   bm 1811 Feb 21 to Charles Hubbs 15 et ux in Baltimore, Md.
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates. P480.
        "Dr. William G. Hubbs (of the so-called Physio-Medical School); studied
      medicine under the direction of his father and brother, Dr. N. G. Hubbs.
      He began the practive of medicine in Cookstown (now Fayette City), Pa., in
      1830, remaining there until 1861, when he removed to Greenfield, Pa., and
      from there in June, 1867 to Bridgeport, where he continued to practice his
      profession until within a few weeks of his death."
      P737
         Organizing member of the Church of Christ in Redstone, Redstone Twp.,
      Pa. 1874 Feb 01
   mf ____ ___ __ Elizabeth _ 16
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P388 L__ 19/20
      PA, Fayette Co., Cookstown
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 15,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 William A. Hubbs           29  M.D.                       PA
 Elizabeth                  24                             PA
 John A.                    10                             PA
 Montilles                   8                             PA
 Martha A.                   5                             PA
 Joseph C.                   3                             PA
 Anne                       6m                             PA
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P244 L_ _/_
      PA, Fayette Co., Fayette
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 William Hubbs              48  Physician                  MD
 Elizabeth                  39                             PA
 John                       24  Physician                  PA
 Montillus                  20                             PA
 Martha                     16                             PA
 Ann                        10                             PA
 Susan                       3                             PA
   dm 1881 Apr 06 of typhoid fever at Bridgeport, Pa.
 with Elizabeth
   John A 17      Montilles 17   Martha A 17    Joseph C 17    Anne 17
   b1840          b1842          b1845          b1847          b1850
   Susan 17
   b1857

Edwin Hubbs _
   bm 1818
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P389 L__ 19/20
      PA, Fayette Co., Cookstown
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 15,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 Edwin Hubbs                32  Painter                    PA
 Caroline                   28                             PA
 Laura                       7                             PA
 Thornton B.                 5                             PA


G. W. Hubbs _
   bm to Clement?
   c. 1850 U. S. Census M432 R___ P206 L__
      PA, Fayette Co., Union Borough
      Enumerated: 1850 Aug 15,  Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIED Remarks
 G. W. Hubbs                35  Saddler                    PA

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J. L. A. Hubbs 17
   bm living next to Clemont in 1860.
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P867 L_ _/_
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Donegal Twp.
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 JLA Hubbs                  35  Merchant          700  4000PA
 Nancy                      37                             PA
 Elmer                       1                             PA
 Emma Stewart                5                             PA
 with Nancy
   Elmer 18
   b1859

John Hubbs 17
   bm 1825 ___ __ to Clement with Elizabeth
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Westmoreland County
 John Hubbs                   55           Pa.

Henry Hubbs 17
   bm 1830 ___ __ to Clement with Elizabeth
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary L.
   bf 1834               26                             PA
   n. 1860 census with parents.
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Westmoreland County
 Henry Hubbs                  49           Pa.
 et al
 with Mary L.
   Frank 18
   b1853

Mary Louisa Hubbs 17
   bf 1838 ___ __ to Clement with Elizabeth

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Charles E. Hubbs _
   bm 1830 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen
   n. History of Allegheny Co., Pa., Samuel W. Durant 1876,
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts.  P220
      Company F. - Recruited at Pittsburgh. Private Charles E. Hubbs.
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V2  1918, C23 P383
      1863 Dec 27 Charles E. Hubbs, disch., Company H, Fortieth Penn. Vol.

Mary Hubbs _
   bf 1831 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen

Joseph Hubbs _
   bm 1833 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen

David Hubbs _
   bm 1834 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen

Jane E. Hubbs _
   bf 1836 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen

John Hubbs _
   bm 1839 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P353 L_ _/_
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Greensburgh Twp.
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 John Hubbs                 22  Painter                    PA

Urbanus Hubbs _
   bm 1840 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V2  1918, C23 P407
      First Sergeant Urbanus Hubbs, pro. to sergt., to 1st sergt. Company B,
      One Hundred and Forty-second Penn. Vol.
      Note that this is the same unit as his brother James.

James Hubbs _
   bm 1842 ___ __ to Charles Hubbs _ et ux Ellen
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P363 L_ _/_
      PA, Westmoreland Co., Greensburgh Twp.
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Hubbs                19  Apprentice marble ctr      PA
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V2  1918, C23 P408
      Company B, One Hundred and Forty-second Penn. Vol. Corp.
      1863 Jan 18 James Hubbs, died of wounds received.
      Note that this is the same unit as his brother Urbanus.

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James Courtland Hubbs 17
   bm 1825 ___ __ to Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs
   c. 1860 U. S. Census M653 R_ P55 L_ _/_
      PA, Fayette Co., Fayette Twp.
      Enumerated: 1860 , , Ass't Marshal
 Name                      AgeSCOcc                  R E   BP      MSIRemarks
 James Hubbs                34  Police officer             PA
 Sarah                      30                             PA
 Mary                       13                             PA
 Idessa                      7                             PA
   n. History of Washington Co., Penna. 1882.  C30 P361
      1862 Sep 04 Company G. James C. Hubbs, 2d lieut, mustered in.
      1864 Sep 27 wounded at Mount Vernon Forge.
      1865 Jan 28 pro. from 1st sergt.
      1865 May 29 disch. by G. O.
      verify that this is the right James.  RWC75
 with Sarah
   Mary 18        Idessa 18
   b1847          b1853

William Charles Hubbs 17
   bm 1827 ___ __ to Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs

Mary Jane Hubbs 17
   bf 1829 ___ __ to Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs

Maria Fennell Hubbs 17
   bf 1830 ___ __ to Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs in
      Fayette County, Pa.
   mm 1852 Feb 02 Robert Lynch 17 in Brownsville, Fayette Co., Pa.
   bm 1825 ___ __ to John Lynch 16 et ux Hannah (nee Ayres 16) Lynch
   dm 1861 Nov 27 in Sacramento, Ca.
   df 1885 Mar 12 in Oakland, Ca.
 with Robert Lynch 17
   Ida May 18     Eva R 18       Nellie R 18    Lilly 18
   b18550302      b18590510      b18610316      b1857

Martha Matilda Hubbs 17
   bf 1832 ___ __ to Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 with Mary (nee Cope 16) Hubbs

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John Allen Hubbs 17
   bm 1840 Feb 13 to William G. Hubbs 16 et ux Elizabeth in Fayette City, Pa.
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Fayette County
 Y. Allen Hubbs               41           Pa.
   n. History of Fayette Co., Pennsylvania; edit by Franklin Ellis 1828-1885;
      Philadelphia, L. H. Everts & Co., 1882  841 pp. 170 plates. P480.
         "He studied medicine under his father and Dr. J. R. Nickel; attended
      lectures in the Physio-Medical College at Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1855-6, and
      the winter of 1856-7; practiced in partnership with his father at Fayette
      City until he attended another course of lectures in the Physio-Medical
      Institute at Cincinnati, Ohio, from which institution he received the
      degree pf M.D. 1860 February, when only twenty years of age.  He practiced
      his profession in Fairview, Greene Co., Pa., until 1867, when he came to
      Bridgeport, where he has since been engaged in practice, also in the drug
      business.  He takes an active interest in the affairs of the town, and has
      served several years as a member of the Borough Council."
      P470 1879 John A. Hubbs, Bridgeport Borough and Township, Council.
      P470 1881 John A. Hubbs, Bridgeport Borough and Township, Council.
      P466 Dr. Hubbs drugstore, Bridgeport Borough and Township, Council.
      P377 1824 July 4th, Lieut. Hubbs of Connellsville Borough and Twp. and the
      Mt. Pleasant Volunteers offered a toast.

Mantilus G. Hubbs 17
   bm 1842 ___ __ to William A. Hubbs _ et ux Elizabeth
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Fayette County
 Mantilus G. Hubbs            38           Pa.

Martha A. Hubbs 17
   bf 1845 ___ __ to William G. Hubbs 16 et ux  Elizabeth

Joseph C. Hubbs 17
   bm 1847 ___ __ to William G. Hubbs 16 et ux  Elizabeth

Anne Hubbs 17
   bf 1850 ___ __ to William G. Hubbs 16 et ux  Elizabeth

Susan Hubbs 17
   bf 1857 ___ __ to William G. Hubbs 16 et ux  Elizabeth

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Mary Hubbs 18
   bf 1847 ___ __ to James Courtland Hubbs 17 et ux Sarah

Idessa Hubbs 18
   bf 1853 ___ __ to James Courtland Hubbs 17 et ux Sarah

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Daniel Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Nancy Conyne _
   bf ____ ___ __ to John I. Conyne _ et ux Helen (nee Stackhause _) Conyne
   n. Lived in Florida, N. Y.
   n. Genealogy and personal history of the Allegheny Valley, Pa. by John W.
      Jordan 1840-1921, Pub. 1913 New York, Lewis Historical Pub. Co.  P417.
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P183
      PA, Green County, Strabone Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Daniel Hubbs ____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


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Mary Hubbs _
   bf ____ ___ __ to
   mm ____ ___ __ John V. Layton _
      History of Allegheny county, Pennsylvania.  V1,2 1558 pp. 1889
      P667
   n. lived in Fayette City, Fayette county, Pa.
   n. Daughter Ella V. Layton mm Joseph Price, steamboat captain bm 1845 to
      John S. Price et ux Elizabeth (nee Goldsworth), Elizabeth of Wales in
      Putnam Co., Oh one of seven children. Ella and Joe had children Harry L.
      and Joseph.
 with John V. Layton _
   Ella V _
   b

Henrietta Hubbs _
   n. American Red Cross, Pittsburgh Chapter, Auxiliaries P181.
      Elsie Hubbs indexed, Henrietta listed.
   n. American Red Cross, Pittsburgh Chapter, Auxiliaries P241.
      Mrs. L. C. Hubbs indexed, Henrietta listed.

Charles Hubbs _
   bm 1833
   mf ____ ___ __ Sarah _ _
   bf 1833
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Fayette County,
 Charles Hubbs               47           Pa.
 Sarah                       47           Pa.
 James C.
 et al Mowery

Ormas Hubbs _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M704 R___ P280
      Pennsylvania, Erie Co., Greenfie Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Ormas Hubbs _____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

Charles Hubbs _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M704 R___ P280
      Pennsylvania, Erie Co., Greenfie Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Charles Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


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Walter Brown Hubbs _
   bm 1875 Jun 30 to _ Hubbs _ et ux Lucette (nee Mickey _) Hubbs in Scottsdale,
      Westmoreland Co., Pa.
   mf 1896 Apr 10 Nora Weaver _  Scottsdale, Westmoreland Co., PA.

William Hubbs _
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V4  1918, C31 P10.
      of Scottdale, a railroad man.
 with
   Nellie _
   b

Nellie Hubbs _
   bf ____ to William Hubbs _ et ux
   mm 1908 Aug __ James McCrea Cramer _
   bm 1875 Mar __ to at Mifflin, Penna.
   n. Old and new Westmoreland by John N. Boucher.  V4  1918, C31 P10.
      Biography of James McCrea Cramer.
 with James McCrea Cramer _, 4 children.
   David _        Eleanor _      Charles _      James _
   b              b              b              b
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_ Hubbs _
   n. History of Washington Co., Penna. 1882.  California Borough P628

LINKAGE END 13  Nathaniel Hubbs, Dr./Sandy Pickett's heritage and research.

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Elijah Hubbs _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      Pennsylvania, Washington Co.
 Elijah Hubbs____________ __ __ __ __ __
 (Elijah)_________________16-$ MW
 _________________________00-15MW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
 _________________________00-$ FW
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P49
      Pennsylvania, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Elijah Hubbs____________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Joseph Hubbs _
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P49
      Pennsylvania, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Hubbs____________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


John Hubbs _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co., Cheltenham Twp.

Joseph Hubbs _
   c. 1790 U. S. Census M637/T498 R___ P____
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co., Cheltenham Twp.
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P088
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Hubbs ___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Isaac Hubbs _
   wm 1796 Mar 09 GDFNYAB P71
      Isaac Hubbs of New York City, grocer - Adm Mary Hubbs, of New York City,
      widow of dec'd.

Joseph Hubbs _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P514
      Pennsylvania, Lancaster Co., Little Britain Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Hubbs ___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW

Joseph Hubbs _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P032
      Pennsylvania, Buck Co., Britain Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Joseph Hubbs ___________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW


Solomon Hubbs _
   c. 1810 U. S. Census M252 R___ P035
      Pennsylvania, Green Co., Whitely Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Salomon Hubbs __________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P325
      Pennsylvania, Green Co., Whitely Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Solomon Hubbs __________/__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P367
      PA, Green County, Whitely Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Soloman Hubbs ___________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


Noah Hubbs _
   c. 1820 U. S. Census M33 R ___ P324
      Pennsylvania, Green Co., Whitely Twp.
 Name                    <10 16 18 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Noah Hubbs _____________/__ __ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P374
      PA, Green County, Whitely Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Noah Hubbs ______________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW


Hirar Hubbs _
   c. 1830 U. S. Census M19 R__ P367
      PA, Green County, Whitely Twp. ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____   /S FC FN
 Name                     /0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 Hirar Hubbs _____________/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/
 _________________________ 100+ MW
 _________________________ 100+ FW
 _________________________ 90-99MW
 _________________________ 90-99FW
 _________________________ 80-89MW
 _________________________ 80-89FW
 _________________________ 70-79MW
 _________________________ 70-79FW
 _________________________ 60-69MW
 _________________________ 60-69FW
 _________________________ 50-59MW
 _________________________ 50-59FW
 _________________________ 40-49MW
 _________________________ 40-49FW
 _________________________ 30-39MW
 _________________________ 30-39FW
 _________________________ 20-29MW
 _________________________ 20-29FW
 _________________________ 15-19MW
 _________________________ 15-19FW
 _________________________ 10-14MW
 _________________________ 10-14FW
 _________________________ 05-09MW
 _________________________ 05-09FW
 _________________________ 00-04MW
 _________________________ 00-04FW

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LINKAGE BEGIN 11  Isaac Hubbs/Barbara Meyers
                  Michele's line
      Note: "Indeed, there is only one Hubbs among Princeton's pre-twentieth-
      century alumni: Isaac G. Hubbs of the Class of 1840 - Robert Charterer."

Isaac Hubbs 12
   bm 1773 ___ __ to ?
   mf ____ ___ __ Barbara Meyers 12
   c. 1800 U. S. Census M252 R___ P49
      Pennsylvania, Washington Co.
 Name                    <10 16 26 45 45+10 16 26 45 45+F S H C S L Y G M C
 Isaach Hubbs____________/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ __ __ __/__ __ _____________
 ________________________ 45-$_MW
 ________________________ 45-$_FW
 ________________________ 26-44MW
 ________________________ 26-44FW
 ________________________ 16-25MW
 ________________________ 16-25FW
 ________________________ 10-15MW
 ________________________ 10-15FW
 ________________________ 00-09MW
 ________________________ 00-09FW
 with Barbara (nee Meyers 12) Hubbs
   George 13
   b18030505

George Millard Hubbs 13
   bm 1803 May 05 to Isaac Hubbs 12 et ux Barbara (nee Meyers 12) Hubbs in
      Washington County, PA.
   mf 1827 Oct 22 Sara Payne Ambler 13 in Belmont County, OH.
 with Sara Payne (nee Ambler 13) Hubbs
   Millard F 14
   b18510901

Millard F. Hubbs 14
   bm 1851 Sep 01 to George Hubbs 13 et us Sara Payne (nee Ambler 13) Hubbs in
      Marshall County, Va. (WV)
   mf 1872 Jun 29 Catherine McCleland Porter 14 in Glen Easton, WV.
 with Catherine McCleland (nee Porter 14) Hubbs
   Harrison R 15
   b18750911

Harrison R. Hubbs 15
   bm 1875 Sep 11 to Millard F. Hubbs 14 et ux Catherine McCleland (nee Porter
      14) Hubbs
   mf 1912 Feb 21 Nora Mae Allen 15 in Akron, Iowa.
   n. They only had one child, Katherine Pauline. She changed her name to
      Pauline Katherine. She married Robert Ellsworth Shaw. She is still alive,
      living in Waverly, Iowa. SHe is my grandmother.

LINKAGE END 11  Isaac Hubbs/Barbara Meyers

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Sepheniah Hubbs _
   n. perhaps son/gson of John Hubbs bm 1763 mf Rebecca Woolsey bf1772 to
      Zephaniah Woolsey bm 1740 Jan 01 Huntington, Suffolk, NY dm 1807 May 14
      Greene Co.k, TN mf Sarah _ bf 1747 Aug 25 Bedford, Kings, NY df 1834 Dec
      13 at Paul Woolsey farm, Greene Co., TN.  Info. from Ruby Hemperly at
      GenForum 1999/10/16 post.
   n. Also a post by Sharon at GenForum 2000 Feb 08 12:03:56
      Zephania HUBBS, a native of Saratoga County New York, removed to Carthage,
      Jefferson County New York, where he died. his wife Elizabeth bore him 7
      children-Herman, Janette, William S., Daniel, Amy, Bradley S., and Amelia.
      William s., b. Saratoga County, N.Y.; in 1880 removed to Brownville, N.Y.
      where he died in 1884, aged 58 yrs. He married first Doras CARPENTER, of
      South Rutland, Jefferson County, New York by whom he had two children-
      Ella and Zephaniah. He married 2nd to Priscilla, daughter of Marcus and
      Lucy (PHILLIPS) JOHNSON of Copengagen, Jefferson County, New York, by whom
      he had 2 children-George W., and Cora B. Bradley S., HUBBS, served in the
      late war in Co. I. N.Y.H.A. and was honorably discharged.
 with
   Daniel _

Daniel Hubbs _
   wm 1795 Oct 04 GDFNYAB P71
      Daniel Hubbs of New York City, cartman - Adm. Sepheniah Hubbs, of New York
      City, father of dec'd.

Isaac Hubbs _
   n. Captain
   n. see GenForum 77 for additional apparently to this Isaac.  Is he a son of
      Captain Henry Hubbs.
 with
   Sophia _

Sophia Hubbs _
   bf ____ ___ __ to Isaac Hubbs _ et ux
   mm 1820 Jun 08 P. Furniss _, merchant of the Island of St. Thomas by Rev. H.
      McLaughlin at the Island of St. Thomas. He a Capt. of Phila. CaCHS
      1820 Jul 07 American Sentinel & Mercantile Advertiser, Phila.
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Ellie L. Hubbs _
   bf 1832

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED9 S2 L59
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


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Hazel S. Hubbs _
   bf 1885

   c. 1900 U. S. Census T623  R     SD6  ED9 S19 L43
      New Jersey, Burlington County,
      Enumerated: 1900 Jun 09,
 Name                  Rel.  CSMonYearAgeSYrsNbNlPOB    FPOB   MPOB   YearYrsNatOccupation             UneSchRWELFT


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LINKAGE BEGIN 12  Elwood Hubbs/Martha Benner

Elwood Hubbs 15
   bm~1816
   mf ____ ___ __ Martha Benner 15 sister of my 3rd great grandfather,
      Thomas Benner 15
   n. Andy Andrelczyk's heritage and research.
        The death of Martha and Elwood Jr. was a traumatic event for the family.
        The children were dispersed among family members until Elwood Sr. could
        get situated.  Elwood Sr. is found in a boarding house in the 1850
        census (Philadelphia).
           William was placed in the Hinchman family, I believe this William is
        the son of Elwood and Martha (Benner) Hubbs.
        In the 1850 census there is a William Hubbs living with the family of
        John and Amelia Ann (Hubbs) Hinchman.
           George was placed with his maternal grandparents and Charles has not
        yet been found.
           By the early 1850's Elwood is remarried to a women named Charlotte.
        Elwood and Charlotte had at least one child, a son Edward (b abt. 1852).
   n. Who was Elwood Hubbs and what is his connection to Amelia Ann (Hubbs)
      Hinchman (siblings, cousins)?  There is no Elwood mentioned in the
      offspring of Edward and Mary (Peak) Hubbs.  There is no Elwood mentioned
      in the will of Edward Hubbs.  Was Elwood the son of a brother of
      Edward Hubbs?  ....Andy
   dm 1868 Apr 21 Buried in the Hanover Street Vault.
   df in Bridgeboro, N. J. and interred in Monument Cemetery, Philadelphia next
      to son Elwood.
 with Martha at least four children
   William 16     Charles 16     George W 16    Elwood 16
   b1839          b1844          b1847          ~184905
 with Charlotte
   Edward 16
   ~1852

William Hubbs 16
   bm~1839 ___ __ to Elwood Hubbs 15 et ux Martha (nee Benner 15) Hubbs

Charles Hubbs 16
   bm~1844 ___ __ to Elwood Hubbs 15 et ux Martha (nee Benner 15) Hubbs

George W. Hubbs 16
   bm~1847 ___ __ to Elwood Hubbs 15 et ux Martha (nee Benner 15) Hubbs

Elwood Hubbs 16
   bm~1849 May __ to Elwood Hubbs 15 et ux Martha (nee Benner 15) Hubbs
   df 1849 Aug 05 of cholera infantum (typhoid fever) in Bridgeboro, N. J. and
      interred in Monument Cemetery (Philadelphia) next to his mother.

Edward Hubbs _
   bm 1853
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Edward Hubbs                27           Pa.
 Charlotte Hubbs             61           Ger.
 et al


   n. see the Hubbs buried at Colestown Cemetery, mentioned elsewhere this file.

LINKAGE END 12  Elwood Hubbs/Martha Benner

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_ Hubbs 4a
   mf ____ ___ __ Emma _ 4a
   bf 1878 Jan 19
   df 1956 Jan 28 interred at Asbury Methodist, Burl. Co., NJ
 with Emma (nee _ 4a) Hubbs
   Howard H 4b    Elwood 4b
   b19060720      b19110322

Howard H. Hubbs 4b
   bm 1906 Jul 20 to _ Hubbs 4a and Emma 4a
   mf ____ ___ __ Edith F. _ _
   bf 1908 Jan 04
   df 1967 May 31 interred at Asbury Methodist, Burl. Co., NJ
   dm 1954 Aug 10 interred at Asbury Methodist, Burl. Co., NJ

Elwood Hubbs 4b
   bm 1911 Mar 22
   mf ____ ___ __
   dm 1979 Jan __ SISSN 140-12-9610 DRL 08077
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Clarence Hubbs ba
   n. called and had a nice chat.

Walter Hubbs ca & A. R. Hubbs
   n. says they are not related;
   n.  descended from Charles Percy Hubbs from Monmouth Co., NJ

Harold Hubbs da
   n. from Islip, LI, NY

Stanley Hubbs db

John Hubbs dc

A. J. Hubbs ea
   n. disconnected

Robt. C. Hubbs fa

Samuel Garwood Hubbs 73

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Russell Hubbs 15
   mf ____ ___ __ Anna _ 15. NJ_FUMCOD.
 with Anna
   Betty V 16     Ruth Anna 16
   b19231218      b19260912

Russel L. Hubbs 74
   bm 1917 Feb 27
   mf 1941 Apr 12 Elizabeth Taubel 74
   bf 1921 Feb 03

Betty Virginia Hubbs 16
   bf 1923 Dec 18 to Russell Hubbs 15 et ux Anna (nee _ 15) Hubbs
   zf 1925 Jun 28, parents Russell & Anna, by Rev. J. S. Haukiwell. NJ_FUMCOD.

Ruth Anna Hubbs 16
   bf 1926 Sep 12 to Russell Hubbs 15 et ux Anna (nee _ 15) Hubbs
   zf 1927 Apr 17, parents Russel & Anna, by Rev. John F. Lennon. NJ_FUMCOD.

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Lon Hubbs _
   bm
   n. Lutrell, Tennessee
 with
   Carl _

Carl Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Ellen E. _ _
   n. divorced
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Hubut Hubbs _
   n. maybe this is Obadiah?
   c. 1830 Census M19 New Jersey Middlesex Co.  R83
      p209_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/0 0 0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _/0 0 1 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Obediah lookslike Hubut40-49M
                        15-19F
                        10-14F

Clayton Hubbs _
   bm 181_
   c. 1840 Census M704 NJ Burlington County  R248 Everham
      p308_ ___ ___ ___ ___/____ ____
 Name      0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/0 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1/
 _________/0 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/2 0 0 0 1 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _/_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
 Clayton Hubbs          20-29M
                        20-29F
                          0-4F
                          0-4F

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Abraham Hubbs _
   mf ____ ___ __ Mary _ _
   n. possible Nicholas Cohn connection?
   n. GMONJ V24 P28   FWPL 974.9G
      1828 Mar 17 The Hubbses
      State of New Jersey Middlesex County
      "To James Coddington one of the Constables of the Township of Woodbridge
      and to the overseers of the poor of the Township of South Amboy....
      "Upon the Complaint of the overseers of the poor of the Township of
      Woodbridge ...  That Abraham Hubbs Mary his wife William their son aged
      about Nine Years Mary Ann their daughter abed about Six Years and their
      Infant child have come to inhabit in the said Township of Woodbridge not
      having gained a legal settlement there nor produced any certificate owning
      them ... to be settled elsewhere and that they ... are likely to be
      chargeable [sic] to the Township of Woodbridge, We [two justices of the
      peace] ... adjudge that the lawful settlement of them the said Abraham
      Hubbs [etc.] ... is in the Township of South Amboy .... Given under our
      hands and Seals [1728 Mar 17] ....
      "[Signed only by] Ichabod Potter Justice of the peace."
         The foregoing is abstracted from a loose paper found in Ichabod
      Potter's docket, 1822-28, in the Middlesex County record building.
   c. 1850 NJ
   c. Middlesex County R455
   c. Middlesex County  R256 S. Amboy  P.029
         P212  Abraham Hubbs        41 et famile
         P217  Nicholas             70
         P212  William              35 et famile

Joseph R. Hubbs _
   mf 1871 Aug 12 Susan L. Fowler _, all of Phila.  PA_SPMECR
   c. Mercer County R454
      P.252 Ellera Hubbs          30 NJ with Thomas W. Allen, Sr. 70
      P.261 Joseph R. Hubbs       26 NJ and family

James Hubbs _
   bm
   c. Monmouth County R457 P330
 James Hubbs           16 NJ with Charles Miles 26
   c. Monmouth County   R255 Middleton P.316
 James Hubbs


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Annail Hubbs _
   bf 1847
   c. Census 1860 M653 R686 p692
      New Jersey, Camden Co., Stockton Twsp.
      Enum.:
 Annaill Hubbs                13

Merriam Hubbs _
   bf 1844
   c. Census 1860 M653 New Jersey, Camden Co., Stockton Twsp.
 R686  p698
 Merriam Hubbs                16
   mm 1865 Oct 12 Jonathan P. Brown of Rancocas, she of Bridgeboro, NJ by Rv.
      J. E. Adams at Beverly, NJ.  CaCHS 18651021CD
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_ Hubbs _
   mf ____ ____ __ Frances Honess _
   c. 1880 Soundex   NJ  T763, R18,
 Robert Honess
 Frances Hubbs               35 NJ        D (nee Honess?)
 Fanny                        5 Connect.  GD
 Ella                         1 Connect.  GD

Charles Hubbs _
   bm 1854
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Blair County,
 Charles Hubbs               26           Md.
 Delia                       25           Ire.
 Tillie                       6FD         Md.
 George                       4MS         Md.
 Elizabeth                    2FD         Md.
 James                       28MBrother   Md.

Conrad Hubbs _
   bm 1852
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Northumberland County
 Conrad Hubbs                28           Pa.
 Alice                       26
 et al

David Hubbs _
   bm 1844
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 David Hubbs                 36           Pa.
 et al

Edward Hubbs _
   bm 1846
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Edward Hubbs                 34           Pa.
 et al

Joseph J. Hubbs _
   bm 1858
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Joseph J. Hubbs              22           Pa.

Lewis A. Hubbs _
   bm 1842
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Lewis A. Hubbs               38           Pa.

   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Phyllis Ann Hubbs            40           Pa.

   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Bucks County
 Sarah M. Hubbs               35           Pa.

   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Lackawanna County
 W. M. Hubbs                  50           Pa.

William P. Hubbs _
   bm 1840
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 William P. Hubbs             40           Pa.

Winfield Hubbs _
   bm 1852
   c. 1880 Soundex Penna. T769, R58, Philadelphia County, Philadelphia City
 Winfield Hubbs               28           Pa.


Page 90


Joseph Hubbs _
   n. 1749 May 25 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #10649
      Philadelphia, May 25. 1749. RUN away from his special bail,
      living in North Wales, Philadelphia county, one Robert Moore,
      of middle stature, a house carpenter by trade, mostly has his
      hair cut off, and wears a white cap: Had on when he went away,
      a blue grey cloth coat, Jacket and breeches. Whoever takes up
      and secures said Moore in any goal, so that his bail may have
      him again, shall have Forty shillings reward, and reasonable
      charges, paid by JOSEPH HUBBS.

John Hubbs _
   c. 1790
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co.

Joseph Hubbs _
   c. 1790
      Pennsylvania, Montgomery Co., Cheltenham Twp. (Formed from Phil. 1784)


Sarah Hubbs _
   n. 1755 February 18 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #17939
      LIST or LETTERS in the POST OFFICE, at the Corner of Church
      Alley, in Third street, Philadelphia (not before advertised.)
      Sarah Hubbs, Phil.  Benjamin King, ditto.  Robert Lewis, ditto.
      William Orr, Christ. Bridge.  William Palmer, Coles Town.  Mary Power.
      Edmund Williams, ditto. Charles Williams, Bucks.  William Young,
      *** Post Office Hours at Philadelphia, are from Nine to Twelve
      in the Forenoon, and from Two to Five in the Afternoon.
   n. 1766 October 2 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #38890
      STRAYED off the Commons, the 2d of August, a light brown Horse,
      with a Pair of Hoppels on, round shod, the two fore Shoes Steeled,
      about 14 Hands high, black Legs, Mane and Tail had had a Fistula
      near the Witherlock, bought from one Hubbs, on Chestnut Hill, and
      supposed to be gone that way. Whoever takes up said Horse, and
      brings him to me John Smith, Porter, or to John Spence, Innkeeper,
      near the Drawbridge, shall receive Ten Shillings Reward, and
      reasonable Expences.
   n. 1775 March 22 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #57272
      BY virtue of a writ to me directed, will be sold by public vendue,
      on Monday, the 3d day of April next, at 3 oin the afternoon, at
      the house of Edward Wells, in Upper Dublin, two certain tracts or
      pieces of land, situate in the township of Upper Dublin aforesaid,
      one of them containing --- acres; bounded by land of Derrick
      Tyson, and Burkeland: The other of them containing 15 acres and 38
      perches; bounded by land of Joseph Hubbs, Jacob Gubler, and
      others; with their respective improvements and appurtenances; late
      the estate of Valentine Puff, the elder, deceased; seized and
      taken in execution by WILLIAM DEWEES, Sheriff.
   n. 1780 July 19 The Pennsylvania Gazette ITEM #65416
      A List of LETTERS remaining in the General Post Office,
      Philadelphia, July 5, 1780.
      Hannah Alison, Thomas Adam, Little Canabaga.
      Capt. James Clifton ... John Campbell, James Farmer, Major Henry Fisher,
      Lewis Town; Sarah Hubbs, Levi Adams, Lowman Johnson, Lancaster.
      William King,
      Joseph P. Palmer, Germantown;
      James Russel, Gloucester.
      Joseph Taylor,
      James Whitehead,
      Capt. Samuel Young, William Young, John Young, Capt. John Young.
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Jennie Hubbs _
   bf 1854 ___ __
   df 1884 Aug 12 at 30 in Gloucester.  NJ_CaCHS death records.
Page 92

Dorothy Hubbs _
   mm 1794 Sep 04 Alexander McCalla _, Abington, Montgomery Co., PA.  PA_APCR.

Page 93
      NJ, Burlington Co, Index to Mortgages #1 1766-1863 BC LD P246
      Burlington Deeds - remove from here when placed.

   ld 1842 NJ_BuCDR BC4 P442
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: Jeremiah Harpel
   ld 1844 NJ_BuCDR BK4 P259
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: John Smyth
   ld 1847 NJ_BuCDR BB5 P642
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs
      Grantee: Daniel Newton
   ld 1871 NJ_BuCDR BH8 597
      Grantor: Benjamin G. Hubbs
      Grantee: Samuel Loag
   ld 1880 NJ_BuCDR BE10 P305
      Grantor: Allen Hubbs
      Grantee: John Decker
   ld 1882 NJ_BuCDR BP10 P358
      Grantor: Benjamin G. Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles Ellis
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BX10 P180
      Grantor: Allen Hubbs
      Grantee: John Decker
   ld 1886 NJ_BuCDR BI11 P370
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Samuel S. Sharp
   ld 1886 NJ_BuCDR BI11 P450
      Grantor: Benjamin G. Hubbs
      Grantee: Franklin S. Hovey
   ld 1886 NJ_BuCDR BK11 P22
      Grantor: Charles D. Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary Hubbs
   ld 1831 NJ_BuCDR BB3 P476
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Amos Severns
   ld 1890 B287 P133
      Grantor: Benjamin G. Hubbs et al, exrs
      Grantee: Levi S. Clark
   ld 1895 B317 P536
      Grantor: Allen Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: Ridgeway H. Lamb
   ld 1888 B323 P218
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Wallace Lippincott
   ld 1905 B390 P465
      Grantor: Anna G. Hubbs
      Grantee: Lydia B. Lippincott
   ld 1905 B399 P35
      Grantor: Beulah Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Burlington Co. S. D. & Trust Co. Adm.
   ld 1906 B410 P491
      Grantor: Mrs. Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Evangelical Lutheran Zions Church
   ld 1907 B428 P48
      Grantor: Anna M. Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Robert Vansciver
   ld 1905 releases #6 P1
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: John M. Hohman, et al
   ld 1910 B454 P357
      Grantor: Charles Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Louis B. Humphries
   ld 1913 B489 P169
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Frederick J. Frech
   ld 1916 B505 P22
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Henry A. Brehm
   ld 1915 B515 P278
      Grantor: Anna M. Hubbs, et al
      Grantee: Jacob W. Hubbs
   ld 1915 B516 P9
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Ann E. Pfau
   ld 1919 B556 P34
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Antonio Lacalmita
   ld 1920 B573 P78
      Grantor: Anna G. Hubbs, et
      Grantee: Joseph S. Bartley, et ux
   ld 1921 B586 P323
      Grantor: Anna M. Hubbs, vir.
      Grantee: Roy Hunter, et al
   ld 1921 B588 P113
      Grantor: Barbara Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary E. Daniels
   ld 1813 NJ_BuCDR BG2 P439
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Uriah Brock, Jr.
   ld 1823 NJ_BuCDR BP2 P446
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Abraham Wilmerton
   ld 183_ NJ_BuCDR BQ3 P219
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Daniel Vandergrift
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BY3 P101
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles Hubbs
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BY3 P492
      Grantor: Ellis Hubbs
      Grantee: John Newlin
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BE4 P24
      Grantor: Ellis Hubbs
      Grantee: Richard H. Brown
   ld 183_ NJ_BuCDR BH4 P174
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: John Hinchman
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BP4 P308
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Deacon Brock
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BU4 P73
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: James L. Lowden
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BW4 P660
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs, Jr.
      Grantee: William Pugh
   ld 184_ NJ_BuCDR BW4 P684
      Grantor: Elwood Hubbs
      Grantee: William Witham
   ld 1853 NJ_BuCDR BM5 P235
      Grantor: Elwood Hubbs
      Grantee: James Gerton
   ld 185_ NJ_BuCDR BS5 P311
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Isaac Bishop
   ld 1867 NJ_BuCDR BO7 P554
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs, exr.
      Grantee: A. Wilmerton
   ld 1867 NJ_BuCDR BR7 P158
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Caroline T. Hill
   ld 18__ NJ_BuCDR BU7 P569
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Methodist Episcopal Church, Bridgeboro
   ld 1869 B8/7 P1
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: William Clevenger
   ld 1882 NJ_BuCDR BS10 P320
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs, admr
      Grantee: Mahlon Sharp
   ld 188_ NJ_BuCDR BD11 P184
      Grantor: Henry Hubbs
      Grantee: George Grabb
   ld 1889 NJ_BuCDR BO11 P379
      Grantor: Ellis Hubbs
      Grantee: Elmer C. Jordan
   ld 1892 B296 P221
      Grantor: Ellis R. Hubbs, deft
      Grantee: Inhabitants City of Burlington
   ld 1892 B300 P18
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs
      Grantee: Inhabitants City of Burlington
   ld 1893 B309 P1
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs
      Grantee: Inhabitants City of Burlington
   ld 1894 B313 P1
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Inhabitants City of Burlington
   ld 1898 B337 P321
      Grantor: Emma Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles W. Beatty, et al
   ld 1898 B337 P321
      Grantor: Frank A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles W. Beatty, et al
   ld 1901 B360 P162
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Ferdinand Nolte
   ld 1902 B361 P275
      Grantor: Ellis L. Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Edwin M. Brock
   ld 1889 B369 P173
      Grantor: Edward Hubbs
      Grantee: Frank A. Conover
   ld 1905 B397 P144
      Grantor: George G. Hubbs & Emma
      Grantee: Hester J. Hudson
   ld 1907 B431 P305
      Grantor: Henry Hubbs, et ux
      Grantee: William S. Lovell
   ld 1907 B437 P146
      Grantor: Henry Hubbs, et ux
      Grantee: Charles E. Horn
   ld 1910 B454 P357
      Grantor: Emma Hubbs, deft
      Grantee: Louis B. Humphreys
   ld 1911 B475 P6
      Grantor: Frank A. Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: G. Frank Ranier et al
   ld 1802 NJ_BuCDR BN P173
      Grantor: Jacob Hubbs
      Grantee: Jeremiah Willits
   ld 1802 NJ_BuCDR BT P646
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs
      Grantee: Ann Johnson
   ld 1808 NJ_BuCDR BT P158
      Grantor: Jacob Hubbs
      Grantee: Ridgway & Tucker
   ld 1812 NJ_BuCDR BZ P190
      Grantor: Jacob Hubbs
      Grantee: Nicholas Johnson
   ld 1823 NJ_BuCDR BP2 P259
      Grantor: Jacob Hubbs
      Grantee: Mahlon Mathis
   ld 1833 NJ_BuCDR BE3 P621
      Grantor: James  Hubbs
      Grantee: Joseph Parker, Jr.
   ld 183_ NJ_BuCDR BF3 P184
      Grantor: James Hubbs
      Grantee: Joseph Parker, Jr.
   ld 1848 NJ_BuCDR BU4 P227
      Grantor: Jesse Hubbs
      Grantee: John Beswick
   ld 1853 NJ_BuCDR BN5 P383
      Grantor: Jesse Hubbs
      Grantee: Thomas Hinchman
   ld 1876 NJ_BuCDR BM9 P547
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs
      Grantee: Ink of Willingboro Twp.
   ld 1881 NJ_BuCDR BN10 P217
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs
      Grantee: George Conover
   ld 1881 NJ_BuCDR BN10 P219
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs
      Grantee: C. Dallas Hubbs
   ld 1890 B287 P529
      Grantor: Joseph E. Hubbs
      Grantee: Henry B. Grubb
   ld 1894 B314 P458
      Grantor: Jesse Hubbs
      Grantee: Trustees of Excelsior Lodge #6 U.O.S.T. of L.
   ld 1898 B337 P166
      Grantor: James Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: J. P. Tomlinson
   ld 1912 B362 P179
      Grantor: Jesse Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Harry Wilson
   ld 1902 B360 P162
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Ferdinand Nolte
   ld 1902 B361 P275
      Grantor: Mary Hubbs, exr
      Grantee: Edwin M. Brock
   ld 1948 B370 P142
      Grantor: Jesse Hubbs et ux, et al
      Grantee: Cheeseman Hullings
   ld 1907 B437 P146
      Grantor: Louisa Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles E. Horn
   ld 1907 B437 P146
      Grantor: Louisa Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles E. Horn
   ld 1910 B454 P357
      Grantor: Laura Hubbs, deft.
      Grantee: Louis B. Humphreys
   ld 1910 B461 P316
      Grantor: Mary C. Hubbs
      Grantee: Mary E. Schuyler
   ld 1915 B515 P278
      Grantor: James G. Hubbs & Marietta Hubbs heir of
      Grantee: Jacob W. Hubbs
   ld 1915 B518 P444
      Grantor: Laura Hubbs et ux et al
      Grantee: John Getz
   ld 1917 B540 P210
      Grantor: Laura C. Hubbs et vir
      Grantee: Emma B. Rudderow
   ld 1919 B554 P13
      Grantor: Laura C. Hubbs et vir
      Grantee: Frank T. Bach et ux
   ld 1834 NJ_BuCDR BI3 P219
      Grantee: Daniel Vandegrift
   ld 1838 NJ_BuCDR BR3 P509
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Micajah Dobbins
   ld 1839 NJ_BuCDR BW3 P146
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Deacon Brock
   ld 1844 NJ_BuCDR BR4 P85
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: William Buzby
   ld 1847 NJ_BuCDR BQ4 P161
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Paul Heaton
   ld 1848 NJ_BuCDR BU4 P75
      Grantor: Rebecca  Hubbs
      Grantee: Charles Lowden
   ld 1850 NJ_BuCDR BA5 P505
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Isaac Brown
   ld 1853 NJ_BuCDR BK5 P560
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Wesley Horner
   ld 1844 NJ_BuCDR BL5 P595
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Isaiah Hubbs
   ld 1856 NJ_BuCDR BY5 P14
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Deacon Brock
   ld 1849 NJ_BuCDR BE6 P322
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: William Chard
   ld 1864 NJ_BuCDR BC7 P596
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: Eliz S. Cooke
   ld 1867 NJ_BuCDR BO7 P554
      Grantor: Obadiah Hubbs
      Grantee: A. Wilmerton
   ld 1879 NJ_BuCDR BG10 P577
      Grantor: William H. Hubbs
      Grantee: Jediah Strong
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BT10 P464
      Grantor: William Hubbs et al
      Grantee: David Meeks
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BT10 P506
      Grantor: William Hubbs
      Grantee: Bridgeton School District No. 25
   ld 1883 NJ_BuCDR BW10 P41
      Grantor: William H. Hubbs
      Grantee: Barclay Murray
   ld 1890 B287 P133
      Grantor: Samuel C. Hubbs exrs
      Grantee: Levi S. Clark
   ld 1889 B369 P173
      Grantor: Sarah A. Hubbs
      Grantee: Frank A. Conover
   ld 1913 B454 P357
      Grantor: Walter Hubbs, deft
      Grantee: Louis B. Humphreys
   ld 1912 B481 P92
      Grantor: Sarah A. Hubbs, dev. of
      Grantee: Lumberton Land Co.
   ld 1920 B573 P78
      Grantor: William Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: Joshua S. Bartley
   ld 1921 B586 P323
      Grantor: Samuel G. Hubbs et ux
      Grantee: Roy Hunter et al
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Alfred H. Hubbs
   ld 1907/12/19   NM - NMNMAA 016636

Alonzo P. Hubbs
   ld 1909/07/22   WY - 73393

Alvin Hubbs
   ld 1912/09/16   CO - 291701

Arney C. Hubbs _
   ld 1923/01/13   CO - 892997

Arthur P. Hubbs _
   ld 1904/01/27   CA - CACAAA 132359

Bert A. Hubbs _
   ld 1916/06/15   WY - 533724

Bianca J. Hubbs _
   ld 1892/02/12   SD - SDMTAA 120818

Burel I. Hubbs _
   ld 1916/06/07   NM - 532430

Charles Hubbs _
   ld 1835/05/07   OH 10011  OH0910__.348

Charles A. Hubbs _
   ld 1896/05/15   WY - WYWYAA 000071

Charles A. Hubbs _
   ld 1965/03/11   AK 50650489  50-65-0489

Charles L. Hubbs _
   ld 1904/04/09   CA - 38438
   ld 1904/06/20   CA - 38980

Charles L. Hubbs _
   ld 1873/05/10   MN 2568  MN2470__.027

Clark Hubbs _
   ld 1924/01/18   CA - 929363

Clinton W. Hubbs _
   ld 1904/01/27   CA - CACAAA 132372

Cornelius C. Hubbs _
   ld 1892/04/29   ID - IDIDAA 044788
   ld 1896/09/16   ID - IDIDAA 044801

David B. Hubbs _
   ld 1919/07/03   CO - 696175

Dorothy Hubbs _
   ld 1956/01/30   ID - 1156901

Emmet Hubbs _
   ld 1899/03/17   WA - WASPAA 025410

Esta Hubbs _
   ld 1919/07/03   CO - 696175

Ethelbert Hubbs _
   ld 1884/08/09   FL 4960  FL0510__.291
   ld 1885/02/28   FL 7426  FL0560__.090

Everett Hubbs _
   ld 1920/07/01   CO - 760428
   ld 1925/02/25   CO - 954098

George Ernest Hubbs _
   ld 1962/09/24   CA - 1228710

George T. Hubbs _
   ld 1896/01/25   MO 10331  MO6010__.284

George W. Hubbs _
   ld 1857/03/10   MO 21466  MO3760__.465

Harvey Hubbs _
   ld 1925/05/13   AZ - 959431

James C. Hubbs _
   ld 1859/09/01   MO 34582  MO3990__.378

James L. Hubbs _
   ld 1895/07/09   MO 10122  MO6010__.085

James R. Hubbs _
   ld 1861/12/05   CA - 517
   ld 1872/08/05   CA - CACAAA 128301
   ld 1861/01/22   CA - CACAAA 128444
 with
   James R.

James R. Hubbs _
   bm ____ ___ __ to James R. Hubbs _
   ld 1893/05/23   CA - CACAAA 132336

Jesse C. Hubbs
   ld 1909/04/16   WY - 56354
   ld 1910/09/19   WY - 152663
   ld 1913/01/22   WY - 311060

John Hubbs
   ld 1859/09/10   MO 27028  MO4040__.022

John Hubbs
   ld 1901/01/23   MN 3104  MN2660__.143

John H. Hubbs
   ld 1891/09/26   CA - CACAAA 109336

John M. Hubbs
   ld 1891/06/04   CO - COCOAA 096004

John T. Hubbs
   ld 1885/04/15   AR 3555  AR2000__.464

John W. Hubbs
   ld 1891/04/23   CO - COCOAA 061105

Joseph S. Hubbs
   ld 1884/05/15   CA - CACAAA 008101

Joshua Hubbs
   ld 1837/11/07   IN 12758  IN2080__.161
   ld 1855/01/03   IN 37579  IN2570__.343

Loren C. Hubbs
   ld 1954/08/12   ID - 1146149
   ld 1956/01/30   ID - 1156901

Louis S. Hubbs
   ld 1919/01/24   WY - 661935

Mark Hubbs
   ld 1857/10/30   MO 23450  MO3820__.052
   ld 1860/08/01   MO 39830  MO4140__.103

Milton S. Hubbs
   ld 1904/01/27   CA - CACAAA 132375

Newton C. Hubbs
   ld 1916/05/09   NM - 528104

Oscar Hubbs
   ld 1920/07/01   CO - 760436

Otto Hubbs
   ld 1912/09/16   CO - 291702

Raymond B. Hubbs
   ld 1913/11/03   CO - 363374

Samuel Hubbs
   ld 1889/06/01   CA - CACAAA 138459

Thomas C. Hubbs
   ld 1850/12/10   IN 35829  IN2540__.276
   ld 1859/04/01   IN 38375  IN2610__.311

Warren P. Hubbs
   ld 1885/02/05   SD - SDMTAA 073293

Wellington Hubbs
   ld 1885/08/20   MN 5721  MN2010__.235

William Hubbs
   ld 1918/05/24   MT - 631445

William D. Hubbs
   ld 1890/07/02   SD - SDMTAA 077632

William Ernest Hubbs
   ld 1956/03/19   CO - 1158114
   ld 1956/03/19   CO - COCOAA 021416

William T. Hubbs
   ld 1857/03/10   MO 20996  MO3760__.455

William Womack Hubbs
   ld 1836 Jul 21
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: William Wommack Hubbs
      Transaction: 8,000 acres for $10,000
   ld 1838/07/28   IL 3407  IL1650__.327
   ld 1853 Aug 31
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: William W. Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $5,000
   ld 1854/01/03   IL 16912  IL1890__.202
   ld 1854 Dec 20
      Grantor: Illinois Public Land Sales				
      Grantee: William W. Hubbs
      Transaction: 4,000 acres for $2,840

Willis Hubbs
   ld 1832/06/06   IN 3233  IN0070__.200
   ld 1839/08/01   IN 24228  IN2310__.141

Willis M. Hubbs

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   n. NYHS Collections 1891, Bucks Co. Hist. Soc. 974.7 NYHS V24
      Muster Rolls 1755-1764, Hubbs
      Alexander 92
      Daniel 146
      Jacobus 236
      Samuel 232
      Samuel (indian) 70
      Uriah 238

      A Muster Roll of the men Raised and Passed in the County of Queens
      Name             Enlisted     Age  BP            Occupation
      P92 Muster Roll of Capt. Ebenezer Seely, Jr., Esq. Co. of the NY Troops
         under command of Col. DeLancey, Esq.
      Isaiah           1761 Apr 20  20   LI  5'7"      Laborer
      #81 Alexander    1758         28
      P70
      #47 Samuel       1758         26   OB  5'3"      indian
      P146 Capt. Richard Hulett's Co., Queens Co.
      Daniel Hubbs     1759 Apr 03  22   OB            CW
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      HUBBS, Charles (Mary) 1 ch laborer T 12a 19 Cambridge Riverside,
      Delran Twp.  NJBC_TFJFD.

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Earl Hubbs 10
   mf ____ ___ __ Ida _ 10
   n. HUBBS, Earl (Ida) foreman bds Main St Bridgeboro,
      Delran Twp.  NJBC_TFJFD.
 with Ida
   Paul E 11      Dorothy M 11
   b19140421      b19200102

Paul E. Hubbs 11
   bm 1914 Apr 21 to Earl Hubbs 10 et ux Ida
   zm 1920 Jun 20, parents Ida & Earl, by Rev. J. W. Veal.

Dorothy M. Hubbs 11
   bf 1920 Jan 02 to Earl Hubbs 10 et ux Ida
   zf 1920 Jun 20, parents Ida & Earl, by Rev. J. W. Veal.


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      References:
      1. Soundex H120
         1880 NJ T763
            Camden Co. R18
      2. EAQG - Encyclopaedia of American Quaker Genealogy
         Early Quaker Records - Hinshaw
            PMM - Philadelphia Monthly Meeting
            SMM - Salem MM
            WDMM.
      3. GDFNYAB - Genealogical Data from New York Administration Bonds
         1753-1799 V10 - Kenneth Scott -  1969 New York.
      4. Pennsylvania Archives Series
         PA_1stPCR First Presbyterian Church Records 1702-1745
         PA_SM&ZCR St. Michael's & Zion Church Records 1745-1800
         PA_SPPECR St. Paul's Protestant Episcopal Church Records
         PA_3rdPCR Third Presbyterian Church Records 1775-1889
         PA_APCR - Abington Presbyterian Church Record
         PA_SPMECR - St. Paul's Methodist/Episcopal Church Records LDS0387881
      5. NJ_BuCMR - Burlington Co. Marriages - Craig FWPL GEN 974.961 C
         NJ_GCMR - Gloucester Co. Marriages - H. S. Craig
      6. NJ_DFC - Delran, Fairview Cemetery. Transcribed by Terri Klaiber in
         Spring 1979.  The transcription was donated 2000 by Louise Marter to
         the Burlington County Historical Society. 2001 sent by Kathy Karn
      7. History of Hauppauge "Jacobus Hubbs and his Descendants" P39-40
      8. South Jersey - A History  P170-173  George A. Hubbs.
      9. CRFP - Crispin Family Papers.
     10. NJBCBDRWEH NJ Birth and Death Records 1879-1893 Dr. Walter E. Hall from
         Kathy Karn.
     11. NJBC_TFJFD The Farm Journal Farm Directory of Burlington Co., NJ 1913
         published by Wilmer Atkinson Co Phila.  This Directory is not all
         inclusive for residents of Burl Co but it did list all or most of the
         towns as far as I could tell.  If a person was a subscriber to the Farm
         Journal, their first and last names were all in caps (none of the
         Hubbs' were subscribers).  The nice thing is though this is a Farm
         Journal publication, not all these folks listed were farmers.
            ABBREVIATIONS: ch=children/child, T=tenant, O=owns, a=acres,
            H&L=house and lot, bds=boards, R=rural route, H=highway or road,
            D= as shown after Ralph Hubbs--no explanation given for that
         Kathy Karn. 2001/07/09
      12. "Colonial Families of Philadelphia," 2 volumes, editor John W. Jordan,
          Lewis Publishers of New York, 1911.
      13. http://genforum.genealogy.com/ellis/messages/4396.html RE Part 1
          http://genforum.genealogy.com/ellis/messages/4402.html RE Part 2
          http://genforum.genealogy.com/ellis/messages/4403.html RE Notes
          http://genforum.genealogy.com/ellis/messages/4535.html   $45 Book
          http://www.genealogy-books.com/books/gpcpa.html
      14. C2225. MERION IN THE WELSH TRACT With Sketches of the Townships of
          Haverford and Radnor. Historical and Genealogical Collections
          Concerning the Welsh Barony in the Province of Pennsylvania Settled by
          the Cymric Quakers in 1682. By Thomas Allen Glenn. 394 pp., illus.,
          partially indexed, paper (1896), repr. 1999. $45.00
             This is the history and genealogy of the Great Welsh Tract in
          Pennsylvania granted by William Penn in 1682 and settled by a group of          Welsh Quakers.  The area of the tract includes the Pennsylvania
          townships of Merion, Radnor and Haverford, near Philadelphia. The
          focus is on lists and genealogies of the settlers themselves, and many
          pedigrees are brought down through the 1800s. Detail genealogies on --
          Rees John William, Cadwallader Morgan, John and William ap Edward,
          Edward Rees, Roberts of Pencoyd, Hugh John Thomas, Owen, Bevan of
          Treverigg, Rowland Ellis, Ellis Lewis, Humphreys, Cadwalader,
          Wynnewood, Roberts, Walker and Thomas families, Parry, John ap Thomas
          and Jones, Herbert and Awbrey families, Edward Jones, Hugh Roberts,
          Lloyd of Dolobran, Brooke and Morgan families, Robert and Thomas
          Lloyd, and Warner of Blockley.
      15. PA_HOMC - History of Montgomery County - 1884, Theodore W. Bean.
          Publisher:  Everts & Peck 1884, Philadelphia.
          http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/pa/montgomery/beantoc.htm
      16. NJ_FUMCOD - Archival Records 1863-1929 of the
            Bridgeboro Methodist Episcopal Church
            First United Methodist Church of Delran
            32 Conrow Road
            Delran, New Jersey 08075        461-8311
               20020730 Alice M. Smith, 413 Arch Street, Delran, NJ. 08075-1109
               2002      from Kathy Karn
      17. Cowgirl Belle/Becky  aid on Lawrence J. Hubbs & Hamlin.
      18. NoOG - Notes of Old Gloucester - Frank H. Stewart.


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Index


A. J. Hubbs ea P84                     A_aline Hubbs 71 P10                  
Aaron Hubbs _ P59                      Aaron K. Hubbs 11 P57                 
Abigail Hubbs 70 P5                    Abigail Hubbs _ P45                   
Abraham Hubbs _ P88                    Ada Hubbs 11 P28                      
Alexander Hubbs 10 P49                 Alexander Hubbs _ P49                 
Alfred H. Hubbs P95                    Alfred Hardin Hubbs 08 P36            
Alfred Hubbs 08 P35                    Alfred Osgood Hubbs 12 P58            
Alice E. Hubbs 73 P25                  Alice Hubbs 12 P58                    
Alice L. Hubbs _ P65                   Allen Hubbs 71 P6                     
Alonzo P. Hubbs P95                    Alvin Hubbs P95                       
Amanda Hubbs 07 P33                    Amaziah Hubbs 16 P47                  
Amelia Ann Hubbs 70 P5                 Amos Hubbs _ P48                      
Amos T. Hubbs _ P48                    Amy Hubbs P45                         
Anna B. Hubbs 07 P38                   Anna E. Hubbs _ P65                   
Anna Louisa Hubbs 07 P33               Anna M. Hubbs 71  P10                 
Anna M. Hubbs 72 P14                   Anna Mary Hubbs 72 P17                
Annail Hubbs _ P89                     Anne Hubbs 17 P71                     
Anne Hubbs _ P59                       Annie Hubbs _ P66                     
Arney C. Hubbs _ P95                   Arthur P. Hubbs _ P95                 
Basil Hubbs _ P47                      Benjamin F. Hubbs 72 P17              
Benjamin G. Hubbs 71 P8                Bert A. Hubbs _ P95                   
Betty Virginia Hubbs 16 P85            Beulah Hubbs 06 P31                   
Beulah Hubbs 07 P33                    Bianca J. Hubbs _ P95                 
Burel I. Hubbs _ P95                   C. Alfred Hubbs _ P59                 
Carl Frederick Hubbs 73 P22            Carl Hubbs _ P86                      
Charles A. Hubbs _ P95                 Charles Alexander Hubbs 08 P34        
Charles B. Hubbs _ P65                 Charles D. Hubbs 72 P14               
Charles Dallas Hubbs 71 P7             Charles E. Hubbs _ P69                
Charles Ellis Hubbs 06 P31             Charles F. Hubbs _ P48                
Charles H. Hubbs 72 P20                Charles Hubbs 05 P30                  
Charles Hubbs 05 P41                   Charles Hubbs 06 P42                  
Charles Hubbs 07 P32                   Charles Hubbs 07 P43                  
Charles Hubbs 08 P43                   Charles Hubbs 10 P49                  
Charles Hubbs 15 P67                   Charles Hubbs 16 P82                  
Charles Hubbs 66 P3                    Charles Hubbs 67 P3                   
Charles Hubbs 69 P4                    Charles Hubbs 70 P5                   
Charles Hubbs 73 P23                   Charles Hubbs _ P4                    
Charles Hubbs _ P48                    Charles Hubbs _ P67                   
Charles Hubbs _ P74                    Charles Hubbs _ P90                   
Charles Hubbs _ P95                    Charles L. Hubbs _ P95                
Christina Esther Hubbs 08 P36          Christopher Hubbs 15 P46              
Clara L. Hubbs _ P26                   Clara M. Hubbs 72 P13                 
Clarence Hubbs 72 P14                  Clarence Hubbs ba P84                 
Clarence W. Hubbs _ P29                Clark Hubbs _ P95                     
Clayton Hubbs _ P87                    Clement Hubbs 16 P67                  
Clinton W. Hubbs _ P95                 Conrad Hubbs _ P90                    
Cornelius C. Hubbs _ P95               Cornelius Hubbs _ P59                 
Daniel Hubbs 10 P49                    Daniel Hubbs _ P73                    
Daniel Hubbs _ P79                     David B. Hubbs _ P95                  
David Hubbs 16 P47                     David Hubbs 72 P13                    
David Hubbs _ P39                      David Hubbs _ P48                     
David Hubbs _ P59                      David Hubbs _ P69                     
David Hubbs _ P90                      Donald R. Hubbs _ P59                 
Doris Ethel Hubbs 73 P22               Dorothy Hubbs 73 P23                  
Dorothy Hubbs _ P93                    Dorothy Hubbs _ P95                   
Dorothy M. Hubbs 11 P98                Earl B. Hubbs _ P29                   
Earl Hubbs 10 P98                      Edward Hubbs 69 P4                    
Edward Hubbs 70 P5                     Edward Hubbs 71 P6                    
Edward Hubbs _ P82                     Edward Hubbs _ P90                    
Edwin Forrest Hubbs _ P45              Edwin Hubbs _ P67                     
Elijah Hubbs _ P77                     Eliza Jane Hubbs 71 P9                
Elizabeth Hubbs 06 P42                 Elizabeth Hubbs 71 P8                 
Elizabeth Hubbs 73 P23                 Elizabeth Hubbs 73 P25                
Ella Austin Hubbs 72 P14               Ellen Hubbs 08 P43                    
Ellie L. Hubbs _ P80                   Ellis C. Hubbs 71 P9                  
Ellis Clark Hubbs 08 P35               Ellis Hubbs 70 P5                     
Ellis King Hubbs 72 P17                Elmira C. Hubbs _ P65                 
Elwood Hubbs 15 P82                    Elwood Hubbs 16 P82                   
Elwood Hubbs 4b P83                    Elwood W. Hubbs _ P29                 
Emeline Hubbs 11 P57                   Emeline Hubbs 71 P9                   
Emily Jane Hubbs 08 P36                Emmet Hubbs _ P95                     
Esta Hubbs _ P95                       Ethelbert Hubbs _ P95                 
Eva Hubbs _ P11                        Evalena Simpson Hubbs 72 P16          
Everett Hubbs _ P95                    Fannie Hubbs 71 P11                   
Florence Hubbs _ P45                   Florence M. Hubbs _ P29               
Frances Hubbs 07 P33                   Frank Austin Hubbs 72 P15             
Frank P. Hubbs 72 P12                  G. W. Hubbs _ P67                     
George A. Hubbs 16 P63                 George Ernest Hubbs _ P95             
George G. Hubbs 72 P19                 George Hubbs 08 P34                   
George K. Hubbs 11 P50                 George Millard Hubbs 13 P78           
George O. Hubbs 72 P13                 George T. Hubbs _ P95                 
George W. Hubbs 16 P82                 George W. Hubbs 71 P9                 
George W. Hubbs _ P65                  George W. Hubbs _ P95                 
George Washington Hubbs _ P64          Hamilton Hubbs 71 P11                 
Hannah Ann Hubbs 71 P11                Hannah Hubbs 06 P53                   
Hannah Hubbs 07 P32                    Hannah Hubbs 08 P35                   
Hannah Hubbs 11 P51                    Hannah Hubbs 70 P5                    
Harold Hubbs da P84                    Harrison R. Hubbs 15 P78              
Harry Albert Hubbs 73 P22              Harvey Hubbs _ P95                    
Hazel S. Hubbs _ P81                   Henrietta Hubbs 71 P8                 
Henrietta Hubbs _ P74                  Henry Frederick "Harry" Hubbs 72 P13  
Henry Hubbs 05 P44                     Henry Hubbs 17 P68                    
Henry Hubbs 73 P23                     Henry Hubbs _ P27                     
Hirar Hubbs _ P77                      Howard H. Hubbs 4b P83                
Howard Hubbs 72 P13                    Hubut Hubbs _ P87                     
Idessa Hubbs 18 P72                    Ira Hubbs 10 P49                      
Isaac Hubbs 12 P78                     Isaac Hubbs _ P77                     
Isaac Hubbs _ P79                      Isabella Hubbs 71 P9                  
Isaiah Hubbs 06 P42                    Isaiah Hubbs 06 P45                   
Isaiah Hubbs _ P45                     Israel C. Hubbs 72 P17                
Israel Ridgway Hubbs 71 P9             J. L. A. Hubbs 17 P68                 
J. Walter Hubbs 72 P18                 Jacob Hubbs 06 P53                    
Jacob Hubbs _ P55                      Jacobus Hubbs 08 P49                  
James C. Hubbs 71 P11                  James C. Hubbs _ P95                  
James Courtland Hubbs 17 P70           James Hubbs 07 P54                    
James Hubbs 09 P49                     James Hubbs _ P55                     
James Hubbs _ P67                      James Hubbs _ P69                     
James Hubbs _ P88                      James L. Hubbs _ P95                  
James Phelps Hubbs 08 P35              James R. Hubbs _ P95                  
James Samuel Hubbs 07 P32              James Samuel Hubbs 08 P34             
Jane E. Hubbs _ P69                    Jane Hubbs 11 P62                     
Jennie Hubbs _ P92                     Jesse C. Hubbs P95                    
Jesse Hubbs 70 P5                      Jesse Hubbs _ P45                     
Jessie Hubbs 12 P58                    Joanna Hubbs P45                      
Job Hubbs _ P52                        John A. Hubbs 15 P63                  
John A. Hubbs 72 P13                   John Allen Hubbs 17 P71               
John E. Hubbs P39                      John H. Hubbs P95                     
John Hubbs 06 P31                      John Hubbs 07 P32                     
John Hubbs 07 P33                      John Hubbs 07 P40                     
John Hubbs 07 P43                      John Hubbs 08 P43                     
John Hubbs 16 P47                      John Hubbs 17 P68                     
John Hubbs 71 P11                      John Hubbs P3                         
John Hubbs P95                         John Hubbs _ P69                      
John Hubbs _ P77                       John Hubbs _ P91                      
John Hubbs dc P84                      John M. Hubbs P95                     
John T. Hubbs P95                      John W. Hubbs P95                     
Johnson Hubbs _ P47                    Jonas Hubbs 11 P51                    
Jonathan Hubbs _ P59                   Joseph C. Hubbs 17 P71                
Joseph Hubbs 06 P42                    Joseph Hubbs 07 P32                   
Joseph Hubbs 16 P47                    Joseph Hubbs 67 P3                    
Joseph Hubbs 69 P4                     Joseph Hubbs _ P69                    
Joseph Hubbs _ P77                     Joseph Hubbs _ P91                    
Joseph J. Hubbs _ P90                  Joseph M. Hubbs 71 P8                 
Joseph R. Hubbs _ P88                  Joseph S. Hubbs P95                   
Josephine Hubbs 73 P23                 Joshua Hubbs P95                      
Julias A. Hubbs _ P65                  Keturah Hubbs 71 P8                   
Laura Hubbs 72 P13                     Laura Hubbs _ P29                     
Lawrence J. Hubbs 11 P28               Leah Hubbs 16 P47                     
Leanah Hubbs P54                       Leona Hubbs 73 P25                    
Lester Franklin Hubbs 73 P24           Levi Hubbs _ P60                      
Lewis A. Hubbs _ P90                   Lewis Hubbs _ P37                     
Lillian Hubbs 08 P34                   Lizzie Hubbs 71 P11                   
Lizzie M. Hubbs 72 P13                 Lon Hubbs _ P86                       
Loren C. Hubbs P95                     Lottie Hubbs 73 P25                   
Louis S. Hubbs P95                     Louisa Hubbs 08 P34                   
Louisa M. Hubbs _ P45                  Mabel Brodeson Hubbs _ P28            
Mabel H. Hubbs 72 P17                  Mabel S. Hubbs _ P60                  
Mantilus G. Hubbs 17 P71               Maomi Hubbs 72 P14                    
Margaret Hubbs 06 P38                  Margaret Hubbs 07 P33                 
Margaret Hubbs 72 P14                  Maria Fennell Hubbs 17 P70            
Marietta Hubbs 72 P18                  Mark Hubbs P95                        
Martha A. Hubbs 17 P71                 Martha Hannah Hubbs 08 P36            
Martha Hubbs 06 P42                    Martha Hubbs 71 P9                    
Martha Matilda Hubbs 17 P70            Mary "Mercy" Hubbs 07 P54             
Mary A. Hubbs 73 P23                   Mary Ann Hubbs 71 P8                  
Mary B. Hubbs _ P48                    Mary E. Hubbs 07 P32                  
Mary E. Hubbs 71 P9                    Mary Elizabeth Hubbs 08 P36           
Mary Etta Hubbs 72 P18                 Mary Hubbs 08 P43                     
Mary Hubbs 18 P72                      Mary Hubbs 72 P14                     
Mary Hubbs _ P3                        Mary Hubbs _ P69                      
Mary Hubbs _ P74                       Mary Jane Hubbs 17 P70                
Mary L. Hubbs 72 P13                   Mary Louisa Hubbs 17 P68              
Melissa Viola Hubbs 08 P36             Merriam Hubbs _ P89                   
Millard F. Hubbs 14 P78                Milton S. Hubbs P95                   
Miriam L. Hubbs 71 P10                 Morrell Hubbs 73 P22                  
Nathaniel G. Hubbs 16 P67              Neff Hubbs 72 P14                     
Nellie Hubbs _ P75                     Nelson Strand Hubbs 72 P17            
Nelson W. Hubbs 71 P9                  Newton C. Hubbs P95                   
Newton Fillmore Hubbs 08 P36           Noah Hubbs _ P77                      
Obadiah Hubbs 68 P4                    Obediah Hubbs 70 P5                   
Ormas Hubbs _ P74                      Oscar Hubbs P95                       
Otto Hubbs P95                         Paul E. Hubbs 11 P98                  
Paul Krispin Hubbs 06 P31              Phebe Ann Hubbs _ P48                 
Phebe Hubbs 70 P5                      Phebe Hubbs _ P60                     
Phebe Maria Hubbs 08 P36               Rachel Ann Hubbs 71 P9                
Rachel Hubbs 07 P43                    Rachel Hubbs 08 P34                   
Rachel Hubbs 08 P43                    Rachel S. Hubbs 07 P32                
Ralph E. Hubbs _ P29                   Raymond B. Hubbs P95                  
Rebecca H. Hubbs 71 P8                 Rebecca Hubbs 07 P32                  
Rebecca Hubbs 07 P33                   Rebecca Hubbs 71 P6                   
Rebecca Minnie Hubbs 08 P34            Rebeckah Hubbs 06 P31                 
Riley Grant Hubbs 08 P36               Robert Hubbs 05 P44                   
Robert Hubbs 06 P42                    Robert Hubbs 10 P61                   
Robert Hubbs 11 P62                    Robert Hubbs P40                      
Robert Hubbs P45                       Robert Hubbs _ P2                     
Robert Hubbs __ P45                    Robt. C. Hubbs fa P84                 
Rosa Hubbs 09 P37                      Rose Ann Hubbs 08 P34                 
Royden K. Hubbs 72 P20                 Russel L. Hubbs 74 P85                
Russell Hubbs 15 P85                   Ruth A. Hubbs 72 P13                  
Ruth Anna Hubbs 16 P85                 Ruth Marie Hubbs 73 P22               
Sallie R. Hubbs 72 P13                 Samuel C. Hubbs 70 P5                 
Samuel G. Hubbs 73 P21                 Samuel Garwood Hubbs 71 P6            
Samuel Garwood Hubbs 73 P84            Samuel Hubbs 06 P31                   
Samuel Hubbs 07 P32                    Samuel Hubbs 07 P33                   
Samuel Hubbs P95                       Samuel Hubbs _ P67                    
Sarah "Sallie" A. Hubbs 71 P6          Sarah Hubbs 05 P44                    
Sarah Hubbs 08 P35                     Sarah Hubbs _ P27                     
Sarah Hubbs _ P5                       Sarah Hubbs _ P52                     
Sarah Hubbs _ P91                      Sepheniah Hubbs _ P79                 
Simeon Ellis Hubbs 06 P31              Simeon Hubbs 07 P32                   
Solomon Hubbs _ P77                    Sophia Hubbs _ P79                    
Stanley Hubbs db P84                   Stella Ida. Hubbs 72 P13              
Susan Hubbs 17 P71                     Susannah Hubbs _ P3                   
Theodore Hubbs _ P60                   Thomas C. Hubbs P95                   
Thomas Hubbs 71 P6                     Thomas Hubbs _ P48                    
Urbanus Hubbs _ P69                    Viola L. Hubbs 72 P17                 
Virginia Hubbs _ P45                   Walter B. Hubbs 71 P11                
Walter Brown Hubbs _ P75               Walter Hubbs ca & A. R. Hubbs P84     
Walter P. Hubbs 72 P20                 Walter P. Hubbs 73 P26                
Walter S. Hubbs 72 P13                 Warren Hubbs 12 P51                   
Warren P. Hubbs P95                    Wellington Hubbs P95                  
Wesley F. Hubbs 08 P35                 William Alfred Hubbs 13 P59           
William C. Hubbs 12 P51                William Charles Hubbs 17 P70          
William D. Hubbs P95                   William E. Hubbs _ P29                
William Ernest Hubbs P95               William G. Hubbs 16 P67               
William Henry Hubbs 71 P6              William Hubbs 08 P34                  
William Hubbs 10 P28                   William Hubbs 11 P62                  
William Hubbs 12 P58                   William Hubbs 16 P82                  
William Hubbs 72 P12                   William Hubbs P95                     
William Hubbs _ P29                    William Hubbs _ P75                   
William N. Hubbs 71 P8                 William P. Hubbs _ P90                
William T. Hubbs 08 P35                William T. Hubbs P95                  
William Womack Hubbs P95               Willis Elbert Hubbs 08 P36            
Willis Hubbs P95                       Willis M. Hubbs P95                   
Winfield Hubbs _ P90                                                         



Index_Spouse


P4, P4                                 (nee, Lydia P59                       
(nee, Phebe P40                        Allen, Nora 15 P78                    
Allmeroth, Louisa 71 P6                Ambler, Sara 13 P78                   
Ater, Evaline 07 P32                   Austin, Jemima 71 P8                  
Austin, William 71 P6                  Austin, _ 71 P8                       
Austin, _ 71 P8                        Baker, _ 06 P38                       
Benner, Martha 15 P82                  Betts, John 07 P32                    
Betts, Julia 06 P31                    Bigler, Augustus 72 P17               
Billings, Clarissa 07 P32              Blatsley, Mary 08 P49                 
Bradbury, Elizabeth 07 P32             Brick, Rebecca 06 P31                 
Brodeson, Anna 10 P28                  Brown, Jonathan 71 P10                
Camp, Elijah 07 P32                    Campbell, Andrew 07 P43               
Carpenter, Charity 15 P46              Cavender, Effie P36                   
Cavender, Frank 08 P36                 Clements, Mary 15 P67                 
Clifton, Rachel 70 P5                  Clifton, Sarah 70 P5                  
Cohn, Hannah 69 P4                     Conyne, Nancy P73                     
Cope, Mary 16 P67                      Crankshaw, Ann 12 P58                 
Crispin, Rebecca 05 P30                D., Ada P29                           
Dehaven, Peter 05 P42                  Dunphey, Zachary 71 P8                
E., Ellen P86                          Eastlack, Mary 07 P43                 
Edward, George P65                     Edwards, Abe 08 P36                   
Evans, Jane 07 P43                     F, Mary P48                           
F., Edith P83                          F., John P34                          
Fish, Albert 71 P9                     Fowler, Mary 10 P61                   
Fowler, Mary P45                       Furniss, P. P79                       
G., Anna P29                           G., Lucy 71 P6                        
Garwood, Priscilla 70 P5               Gaskill, Madge 11 P24                 
Gennett, Rachel 71 P7                  Gilchrist, Maggie 06 P31              
Gorgus, Susan 15 P67                   Greeno, Catherine 07 P32              
Greeno, Mahala P32                     H., Andrew P59                        
H., Ridgway P26                        H., Samuel P45                        
Habberly, Jennie 71 P9                 Hall, Charles 71 P6                   
Hamlin, Edward 71 P8                   Hamlin, Harry 73 P25                  
Haviland, Jane 10 P61                  Hedger, Elizabeth 07 P32              
Helzapfel, Frederick P45               Hinchman, John 70 P5                  
Honess, Frances P90                    Hunter, Beulah 71 P6                  
Hutchins, Abigail P55                  Isinghart, Ann 14 P46                 
Island., Miriam 17 P4                  Jackson, Lewis P34                    
Jenkins, Laura 72 P20                  Jericho, _ 18 P48                     
Johnson, Charles 09 P37                Jones, Celia 71 P9                    
King, Sarah 71 P9                      Knight, John 05 P42                   
L., Mary P68                           L., Susan P88                         
L., Thomas P27                         LaCampian, Sarah 06 P31               
Lette, Hannah P39                      Lewis, Amos P43                       
Lewis., Amos P43                       Lownes, Sarah P27                     
Lowrey, William 71 P9                  Lynch, Robert 17 P70                  
Lytle, _ 71 P8                         McCalla, Alexander P93                
McCrea, James P75                      McDermott, Margaret 13 P59            
Meyers, Barbara 12 P78                 Middleton, Rebecca 69 P4              
Middleton, Sarah 70 P5                 Miller, Middleton 07 P33              
Miller, Stephen P47                    Miller, _ 07 P33                      
Mingin, _ 72 P14                       Montgomery, Sadie 71 P9               
Moorehead, Thomas 07 P32               Morgan, Annie 71 P9                   
Morris, John P45                       Murphy, Mary 72 P12                   
Myers, Louetta 16 P63                  Newton, Isaac 07 P33                  
Newton, Mary 70 P5                     Newton, Normah 08 P36                 
Nichols, Susan 11 P51                  Nipkins, Emma 72 P15                  
Oliver, Amanda 08 P34                  Orr, William 07 P32                   
Osgood, Eliza 11 P57                   P., Jonathan P89                      
P2, E P2                               P3, D P3                              
P3, H P3                               P3, J P3                              
P3, U P3                               P45, Amy P45                          
P5, H P5                               P5, S P5                              
P59, mf P59                            P83, P83 P83                          
Peak, Mary 68 P4                       Pierson, Elizabeth 06 P45             
Poinsett, Anna 15 P63                  Porter, Catherine 14 P78              
Powers, William 07 P32                 R., George P29                        
Rechester, William P45                 Ridgway, Amos 07 P54                  
Ridgway, Jeremiah 06 P53               Ridgway, Jeremiah 70 P54              
Risley, William 08 P34                 Rolph, Fanny 10 P49                   
Rudderow, Isaac 71 P9                  Shinn, Hannah 06 P31                  
Smith, Catherine 07 P32                Snyder, Eliz 07 P54                   
Southard, Charles 71 P11               Stivonsson, Catharine P48             
Stockton, Rebecca 10 P4                Stone, John 71 P9                     
Taubel, Elizabeth 74 P85               Thomas, Charles 72 P16                
Thornhill, Joseph 05 P42               V., John P74                          
VIII, Phebe 36 P52                     Valentine, Elizabeth P3               
Van, Mary P27                          Vaught, Tennessee 08 P34              
W., Elizabeth P64                      Washington, George P45                
Weaver, Nora P75                       Weeks, Zero P45                       
Wheeler, Almeda 10 P49                 Wheeler, Fletcher 11 P51              
Wheeler, Ruth 11 P50                   Wicks, Freelove 10 P49                
Willing, Phebe P53                     Willits, Phebe 06 P53                 
Wing, John P27                         XXIII, Joseph 73 P52                  
Yost, Mary 72 P13                      _, Anna 15 P85                        
_, Anna 71 P11                         _, Elizabeth 16 P67                   
_, Elizabeth 16 P67                    _, Elizabeth P37                      
_, Emma P83                            _, Fanny P48                          
_, Hannah 70 P5                        _, Hester 07 P67                      
_, Ida 10 P98                          _, Lewcy 06 P42                       
_, Maggie 72 P17                       _, Martha 71 P9                       
_, Mary 05 P41                         _, Mary 70 P5                         
_, Mary 72 P14                         _, Mary P48                           
_, Mary P55                            _, Mary P88                           
_, Pheobe 70 P5                        _, Rachel 06 P42                      
_, Sarah P74                           _, Susannah 07 P40                    
_, _ 10 P49                            wife, first 10 P49                    

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Earth and humanitarian projects should be right behind,
with the space effort guiding all others.
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