Salle Hubbard1

F, b. 11 August 1779
FatherJedediah Hubbard1 b. 16 Jul 1741, d. 8 Dec 1822
MotherMartha Stocking1 b. 8 Nov 1741, d. Dec 1820
Christening*11 Aug 1779 East Hampton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S170] IGI Records, LDS Patron Sheets, Batch 8907603, Film # 1553423.

Sally Hubbard1

F, b. 22 December 1799
FatherAmos Hubbard1 b. 10 Aug 1769
MotherSabra Brainerd1 b. 7 Nov 1773
Birth*22 Dec 1799 1 

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Samuel Hubbard

M, b. circa 1731
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 1701, d. 11 Mar 1755
MotherTemperance Shalor
Birth*c 1731 Haddam, Middlesex Co, Connecticut1,2 
Marriage*c 1759 Bride=Sarah Smith1,2 

Family

Sarah Smith

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), 286.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Samuel Hubbard

M, b. May 1648, d. 4 November 1732
FatherGeorge Hubbard1 b. c 1601, d. 18 Mar 1684
MotherElizabeth Watts d. 1702
Birth*May 1648 Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA2 
Marriage*9 Aug 1673 Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA; Bride=Sarah Kirby2 
Death*4 Nov 1732 Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA 

Family

Sarah Kirby

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY),.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Samuel Hubbard1

M, b. 25 August 1776
FatherJedediah Hubbard1,2 b. 16 Jul 1741, d. 8 Dec 1822
MotherMartha Stocking1 b. 8 Nov 1741, d. Dec 1820
Christening*25 Aug 1776 East Hampton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S170] IGI Records, LDS Patron Sheets, Batch 8907603, Film # 1553423.
  2. [S383] Rev. Henry Hedges Prout, "Old Times in Windham," Windham Journal Article 4 (11 March 1869):, The several sons of Jedediah Hubbard, Timothy, Jedediah, Chauncey, Amos and Samuel, young married men, came with their father and settled around him.

Samuel D. Hubbard1

M, b. 1 September 1807
FatherAmos Hubbard1 b. 10 Aug 1769
MotherPhebe Newell
Birth27 Jul 1807 Windham, Greene Co., New York, USA2 
Christening*1 Sep 1807 Windham, Greene Co., New York, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S377] A.M. Rev. Henry Martyn Dodd, Centennial of the Old First Congregational Church, Windham, New York, 1803-1903 (16 June 1903; Transcribed from pamphlet located in the Catskill Public Library by Arlene Goodwin, published on Rootsweb),.
  2. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Sarah Hubbard

F, b. 10 March 1680/81
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 7 Dec 1645, d. 9 Nov 1704
MotherSarah Cornwell b. Oct 1647
Married Name Foster 
Marriage* Groom=Edward Foster1 
Birth*10 Mar 1680/81 Hartford, Hartford Co., Connecticut, USA1,2 

Family

Edward Foster

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY),.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975), birthdate 10 March 1680/01.

Sarah Jane Hubbard1

F, b. 20 July 1911, d. 25 March 2003
FatherHarlow Howard Hubbard b. 8 Jan 1887, d. 27 Sep 1950
MotherSarah Jane Murphy b. 3 Apr 1890
Name Variation Jane 
Birth*20 Jul 1911 Minnesota2,1 
Residence*1920 1032 Portland Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 8, born in Minnesota3 
Residence1930 500 Franklin Ave W, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 18, father born in Minnesota, mother born in Illinois, not employed.

Living with her Grandmother Minnie, father Harlow, Uncles Francis C. and Stanley E. and cousin Alice.4 
Residence1985 2910 E Franklin Ave Apt 613, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota 
Residence1993 7151 York Ae S #609, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota 
Death*25 Mar 2003 1,5 
Burial* Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, Goodhue Co., Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Sarah Jane Hubbard, died 2003, buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Red Wing, Goodhue Co., Minnesota, Memorial #162135779.
  2. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN,.
  3. [S21] 1920 US Census, MN, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., ED 84, Sheet 11 A.
  4. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - City of Minneapolis, Ward 4, ED 27-73, Sheet 21 B.
  5. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM), Sarah J. Hubbard, died 25 March 2003, last residence: Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota.

Seth Hubbard1

M, b. 12 May 1743, d. 31 January 1749
FatherThomas Hubbard1 b. 9 Mar 1705/6, d. 1787
MotherThankful Johnson1 b. 10 Jun 1710
Birth*12 May 1743 Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut1,2 
Death*31 Jan 1749 1 

Citations

  1. [S160] Paul Franklin Johnson., Genealogy of Captain John Johnson of Roxbury, Massachusetts (1948),.
  2. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Shaler Hubbard

M, b. 1742
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 1701, d. 11 Mar 1755
MotherTemperance Shalor
Marriage* Bride=Ann Walkley1 
Birth*1742 1,2 

Family

Ann Walkley

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), 286.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Sophronia Hubbard1

F, b. 31 January 1799
FatherAmos Hubbard1 b. 10 Aug 1769
MotherSabra Brainerd1 b. 7 Nov 1773
Birth*31 Jan 1799 1 

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Stanley Eugene Hubbard1,2,3,4

M, b. 26 June 1897, d. 28 December 1992
FatherFrank Valentine Hubbard b. 14 Feb 1856, d. 27 Aug 1901
MotherMinnie Lois Ayer b. 25 Sep 1856, d. 4 Oct 1936
SSN*  
Biography* 
Mr. Stanley E. Hubbard
Born 100 Years Ago Today…
A Tribute Written By Stanley S. Hubbard

Today, June 26, 1997, marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of Stanley E. Hubbard 1, who was the founder of our company. I hope that it might be somewhat interesting to some of the Hubbard Broadcasting Family to know a little bit about S.E. Hubbard I.

My dear dad was born in Red Wing, Minnesota, where his father was Superintendent of Schools. When my dad was very young, his father was killed in a freak industrial accident. My grandmother then moved my father and his three brothers to Minneapolis and then to St. Paul.

Stanley E. Hubbard was a very energetic and resourceful person, and for the family and for associates here at the company, it was often fun to hear him tell tales about his early days. For example, in the days before he was a teenager, doorbells were always operated by battery power, and even I remember when I was a young boy seeing cards or notes placed by doorbell buttons saying "out of order. " My dad figured out that all he would have to do was buy a bunch of batteries, ride around on his bicycle, look for out of order signs, go to the door and introduce himself as a doorbell repairman, replace the doorbell battery and make some money.

Later when S.E. Hubbard entered high school, he got himself a job as an automobile salesman. His pitch to the automobile agency was this: "If you give me a job as an automobile salesman, I will try to get kids in school to talk their fathers into buying a car from your dealership." Mr. Hubbard was quite successful in this endeavor. I believe that these two anecdotes about SEH's youth serve to point out just how ambitious and creative he was.

There were many interesting and exciting adventures which were a part of S.E. Hubbard's life a good example of which was his flying career. During his flying career, he was noted as probably the first person to commercially use radio direction finding equipment on an airplane, and he was reportedly the first person to ever drop a flare from an airplane to announce the results of the gubernatorial elections in New York state - a red flare if one candidate won and a green flare if the other won. He had many close calls in his early flying experiences. He started what may have been one of the first, if not the first, commercial airline-which went broke. He then moved back to Minnesota.

Mr. Hubbard's broadcasting career began when he had the idea which he described in the following way. "I believed that if I could start a radio station and put something on the radio, other than a fat lady singing opera to the accompaniment of a piano, such as popular music, that I could then attract enough of an audience to sell advertising." During those days dance bands were very popular, and in the Twin Cities there were two major ballrooms, the Prom in St. Paul, and the Marigold Ballroom in Minneapolis. Stanley E. made a deal with I the Marigold Ballroom which provided that they would give him "a studio" if he would play the live dance music on his radio station during the evenings. That is how the call letters WAMD -Where All Minneapolis Dances-came to be WAMD later became KSTP (K-St. Paul).

WAMD was somewhat successful - but not totally so. it was a very difficult struggle. The station was later moved to the old Radisson Hotel in downtown Minneapolis. My dad used to tell the story about the time the sheriff came to get his generator off the top floor of the Radisson Hotel. Things were not going too well at that time, and the station had trouble paying its bills, so a creditor obtained a court order by which they could take some equipment away from the radio station. Of course, if the creditor had been successful, the station would have been off the air and out of business. The sheriff came to the hotel to pick up the generator and the owner of the hotel, Mr. Simon Kruse, somehow got into the act, and he told the sheriff that he could not use the hotel elevator to move the generator. Mr. Kruse then told the sheriff that he better be careful, cause if he were to damage any of the hotel taking the generator down the stairs, that the hotel would hold the sheriff liable. The sheriff did not get the generator, the station stayed on the air, Mr. Hubbard paid his and continued to build his business. In 1923, Mr. Hubbard married Alice Rochford. From this marriage came my sister, Alice Liptak. Alice's mother died shortly after child birth. Sometime later, in 1932, my dad married my mother, Didrikke Stub, whose father was a Lutheran minister in Minneapolis. From that marriage came me and my brother, Richard, who died in an automobile accident in 1972.

In the old days - 1923 to the 1960s - the broadcasting business was very much different than it is today. Broadcasting was a business which was populated by pioneers-people who were truly new frontiersmen. People got into the broadcasting satisfaction of being a part of a communication's medium which they believed would cause profound changes in the world. Of course, early broadcasters were correct, because radio became not only an important entertainment medium, but a major news medium and a major medium for the delivery of political messages. In 1939 my dad and mother, who had been hearing about television, went to the World's Fair and had the opportunity to see television demonstrated. The excitement surrounding the demonstration of television was such that Mr. Hubbard purchased the first television camera from RCA which was ever sold to a broadcast station. In the summer of 1939, KSTP demonstrated live television by doing a closed-circuit feed of an American Legion parade in downtown Minneapolis

Mr. Hubbard made predictions about the future of television, which at the time were considered to be outlandish. He predicted, for example, that television would some day be used to monitor the movement of inmates in Prisons, and he also predicted that everyone Would have a television set in their home and would be able to watch news and entertainment programs. Along came World War 11 and television had to be put on the back burner until after the war.

Most people who are a part of the Hubbard Broadcasting family have no idea about the attitude which people had towards television in 1947 when commercial service first began. At that time no one took it seriously. An American citizen, by merely mailing a postcard, would have had a chance to obtain a television license. Very few people applied for a license, however, because very few could envision the role television would one day play. The hurdles which had to be crossed in order to begin a successful television station seemed insurmountable. I remember clearly just how difficult it was for my dad to try to obtain any funding for the start up of KSTP-TV. Private investors thought he was crazy Bankers were unwilling to even consider loaning the one million dollars that was required to start a television station. People thought that TV would be a passing ad and that it was a toy with no future. Mr. Hubbard thought differently, and even though he owned a successful 50,000 watt NBC-affiliated radio station, he could not interest bankers or investors in helping start TV. It was a stroke of good fortune that someone suggested he call a Mr. Ralph Euler at the Mellon Bank in Pittsburgh. I remember the summer of 1947 when my dad, mother, brother and I drove to Pittsburgh, the home of the Mellon Bank. My dad was able to mortgage his radio station for one million dollars. Mr. Euler told my dad that the Mellon Bank, "Would rather bet on people than on horses and that they were betting on him. " It was that trip to Pittsburgh that made KSTP-TV possible. In April of 1948, KSTP-TV signed on the air, and, of course, we all know what happened as a result of that sign on.

As I think back to the really difficult times that our family went through to get KSTP-TV off the ground, I am reminded of a great lesson about life-seldom do many people envision the potential for a great idea such as television. I remember going to school and having my friends tell me that my dad was crazy. I remember traveling with my dad to radio conventions in Chicago where he would try to tell his old radio friends from across the country that they ought to get into television. I remember some of these same people becoming bitter old men, because they were afraid to get into television and had "missed the boat. " Back in 1947 and 1948, my dad could have done that which most radio operators did. He could have sat back, relaxed and enjoyed life as did so many other radio operators who believed that television would never become a very important medium. I remember, for example, a meeting I attended where the chairman of the FCC, Mr. Lawrence Fly, came to the old Nicollet Hotel in Minneapolis where he and my dad spoke to broadcasters from Minnesota, the Dakotas, and Western Wisconsin in an attempt to convince those people that they should start up television stations-few did.

Once television did begin, success was not a certainty. It took years for television to be able to pay its own way. It was difficult to get programming. At first there was only one television station in the Twin Cities and that was KSTP-TV. In the early days, if a person bought a television set, as hard as it is to imagine today, they were able to receive only one channel. As time went by, more channels were added, and when the day came that there were three or four channels, people generally began to realize that television might have an important future.

Mr. Hubbard was what I would call a practical dreamer. He had all sorts of ideas. He loved to hear the ideas of others, and he had a good sense about what could be popular. He was a showman. He loved the theater, and he loved bringing live television productions, such as ice shows and other productions, to the people of the Twin Cities area. He had a sixth sense about news, and he understood what it was that would interest people in the area of news. He loved new technology. For example, KSTP-TV was the first television station in the world to be 100% color. KSTP-TV was the first station to have regularly scheduled daily newscasts. KSTP-TV was the first station to have color film processing so news could be brought to the viewers in color within less than an hour after an event had occurred. Mr. S.E. Hubbard and the people of KSTP did remarkable things.

I remember in 1981, after I had first seen high definition television, I told my dad what I had seen and asked him for his opinion. At that time he told me that in his opinion, "HDTV is an engineer's play thing." He did not believe in 1981 that HDTV would amount to much as far as home application is concerned. It appears that one day soon we are going to find out if Mr. Hubbard was correct as to the future of HDTV.

Mr. Hubbard was always the defender and protector of the underdog. I cannot tell you how many times he personally, or KSTP-TV or KSTP Radio would get involved in trying to help people who were being ill-treated by the government, the police, or powerful institutions, and who were not able to defend themselves. Mr. Hubbard always thought of the people of KSTP, and later of Hubbard Broadcasting, as a family. Time and time again he helped people who were part of the Hubbard Broadcasting Family and no one knew of it except those who had come to him for guidance or for help. He was a person who believed in loyalty. He felt that he was loyal to his friends and employees and that they should likewise be loyal to him. It hurt him greatly if he thought that someone might have done something that was disloyal or dishonest. Integrity was his byword, and be would never knowingly have done anything dishonest. All during the years as my brother, sister and I were growing up, we were constantly reminded about the importance of telling the truth and of treating other people fairly-we all have tried to take that to heart.

Although I am obviously prejudiced, I can say from first-hand experience that Mr. Hubbard was what we would call a really "good guy" who contributed a great deal to society and made life exciting and rewarding for his family, friends, and employees. As time went on and the company grew larger, many people were intimidated by his presence, merely because he was the founder of the company; but all those in the company who knew him well-whether they were managers, producers, maintenance people, or carpenters - knew that they could look to Mr. S.E. Hubbard for a laugh, a kind word, or help.

My mother died in 1974, sometime later my dad married Mary Jane Hubbard. Mary Jane was a wonderful wife for all the years of their marriage up until the time my dad died in December 1992. Mary Jane now lives in Bal Harbour, Florida, and spends part of each summer in Minnesota.

This short sketch about Stanley E. Hubbard I is not very complete, but it was put together and distributed out of a great feeling of love, admiration and respect for a man without whom there would never have been a company called Hubbard Broadcasting.


 
Birth*26 Jun 1897 Redwing, Goodhue Co., Minnesota5,2,6,7,8 
Residence1900 800 4th St, Redwing, Goodhue Co., Minnesota, USA9 
Residence1905 626 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 7, born in Minnesota. Resident of the State for 7 years, 11 months. Resident of the District for 2 years, 11 months.10 
Residence1910 878 4th St., Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 12, attending school. Enumerated with his mother and with his brother Francis (age 10).11 
ResidenceJun 1914 New York, New York; In an affidavit associated with his application for a Soldiers' bonus, SEH says "This is to certify that I left Minnesota in June 1914 to visit my brother in New York.12 
Anecdote1914 Governors Island, New York.; First ride as a passenger in a plane, piloted by an Army captain.13 
Residence1915 145 Prsopect Park West, Kings Co., New York; Age 18, born in the US. Electrician. Enumerated in the household of his brother, William.14 
Note*1916 Buckeye Lake, Licking Co., Ohio, USA; "I started flying in 1916 in Buckeye Lake, Ohio" (a seaplane). First solo flight.15,13 
Anecdote21 May 1916 Buffalo, Erie Co., New York 
Employment1917 New York, New York; Salesman for US Tire Co.16 
Milit-Beg*12 May 1917 65 Central Park W, New York City, New York; United States Army; 27th Infantry Division New York Army National Guard, 102nd Field Signal Battalion

Army Serial # 1,224,020

Organizations: 1 Bn Sig C NY NG to Aug 16/17; Co B 1 Bn Sig C NY NG (Co B, 102 Field Sig Bn) to Feb 8/18; QMC Utilities Det, Camp Wadworth SC to disch

Grades: Pvt 1/cl June 14/17; Pvt Aug 17/17; Corp Feb 5/19

No overseas duty; No wounds. Honorable discharge Mch 3/1917,12 
Anecdote21 Nov 1917 Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., South Carolina; The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, NY, Wednesday, Nov 21, 1917 in a column containing news of Camp Wadsworth:

Besides being an efficient soldier, Private Stanley E. Hubbard of Company B, Second Signal Bettery, who resides at 2105 Foster avenue, is a dare-devil auto racer. During the auto races staged at the fair grounds on Saturday, Hubbard took a practice spin around the dangerous half mile track in Fred "Slim" Lecklider's record holding Dusenberg car. Hubbard covered a mile in 1 minute, 2 seconds. In rounding the turns the card skidded into dangerous positions and it looked as if it were going to crash into the fence, but the plucky young solder was equal to the task and righted the machine each time. In one of the races he acted as Lecklider's mechanician. In a twenty-five mile race when Lecklider had a blowout Hubbard changed the wheel in the fast time of twenty-three seconds. It is said Hubbard is a professional driver. 
Residence2 Apr 1918 65 Central Park W, New York, New York 
Marriage*3 Apr 1918 Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., South Carolina; Notice in Spartanburg paper:

MOORE-HUBBARD

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Moore, of No. 374 North Vernon street, this city, announce the marriage of their daugher, Cleo Blanche, to Mr. Stanley Eugene Hubbard, of New York city, April 3, by Rev. Dr. Gordan. of Bethel Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, now assisting Dr. A.D.P. Gilmoure, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city.; Bride=Cleo Blanche Moore18,19 
Biography Stanley S. Hubbard remembering stories his Dad told him about his years in and around WWI:

??I remember him telling me that he went to Europe at least once as a cadet - I believe on the American lines. While in England, he met a girlfriend named Gwen. He said that the British already had barrage balloons flying and England was getting ready for war with Germany. Gwen told him, “Stanley, if you love me, you will join the British army and fight for England.” He said that he told Gwen, “I love you, but I am going home.”

??While he was living in New York with his brother, he noticed the National Guard had horses which they could ride in Central Park. He said he was told if he joined the National Guard, he could get a horse. So that is how he came to join the National Guard.

??He told me he ended up being a Sergeant in the U.S. Army and he was very, very proud of the fact that he was put in charge of a company of black soldiers, then known as negroes. He said that his job was to go in and help these people gain self-respect and respect for authority, and he felt that he did a good job in that regard. 
Milit-End*3 Mar 1919 Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., South Carolina; Sargeant 1st Class Utilities Detachment. He is married and his vocation is Sales Manager. NY Signal Corps from May 12, 1917 - Feb 7,1918. Cam QMC Feb 8, 1917-Oct 22 1918. Utilities Det., from10/22/1918 - 3 March 1919.12,20 
Attributes*3 Mar 1919 Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., South Carolina; Brown eyes, light brown hair, 5 feet, 7.5 inches tall.20 
Employment*1919 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, USA; Kentucky Aviation Flight Company. "I came out of the Army in 1919 and started the Kentucky Aviation Flight Company in Louisville, and also Hubbard Field. We started to build airplanes fo our own design, which didn't work out to well... We operated out of Louisville doing stunts for the fair and carrying passengers. We also would ovehaul and repair airplanes."15 
Employment16 Jun 1919 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; A Declaration of Business for Mattingly-Hubbard Motors was filed with the clerk of Jefferson Co., KY on 16 June 1919. It names SEH and the 2 Mattinglys as operators, but only SEH signed the declaration.

Mattingly-Hubbard Motors Co. was incorporated on 15 March 1920.

The nature of the business was described as "owning, holding, storing, caring for, buying, selling, manufacturing, repairing, overhauling, rebuiding dealing in and trading of automobiles, automobile parts, automobile accessories, tires, tubes, casings, aeroplanes, aeroplane parts, aeroplane accessories, motors, automobile bodies, and a brokerage business with automobile dealers, distributors, and buyers..."

There were $100,000 of capital stock (1,000 shares at par value of $100 each), with a guaranteed annual dividend of 8%, paid semi-annually.

The stockholders were George D. Mattingly and W.E. Mattingly of Owensboro, Kentucky and Stanley E. Hubbard, of Louisville. Each held 3 shares of stock. No other subscribers were listed.

Note that even though Mattingly-Hubbard Motors was not incorporated until March 1920, newspaper ads for the company date back at least to May 1919.

Only 11 days after Mattingly-Hubbard Motors was incorporated, the partnership of Mattingly, Mattingly, and Hubbard was dissolved by mutual agreement and the firm was to continue at the old stand under the firm name and style of the Hubbard Motors Company.21,22 
Employment1 Oct 1919 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; Kentucky Aeroplane and Supply company was incorporated on Oct 1, 1919.

The nature of the business was described as "to manufacture, buy, sell, lease, rent, repair, store and deal in aeroplanes and air craft of every character and description and each and every article or accessory incidental, necessary or apportenant to the manufacture, repair,use, maintenance or ownership of aeroplanes or air craft of any kind, and the repairing or making of any such aeroplanes and air craft or parts or accessories thereof; to establish, maintain and operated aeronautical navigation and transportation for the carrying of passengers and freight...; and to establish, maintain and operate aviation fields and schools... for the purpose of teaching aeronautics and aeronautical naviagation and transportation..."

The capital stock of the corporation was $50,000 (5000 shares at $10 par value each).

The incorporators were: Stanley E. Hubbard and L.H. Sackett of Louisville and George D. and W. Estill Mattingly of Owensboro, Kentucky. Each man held 10 shares.23 
Anecdote12 Oct 1919 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; Kentucky Aeroplane and Supply Co. ad published relating to a free exhibition of "acrobatic flying" at
Hubbard Field. A newspaper article the following day said that more than 5,000. 
Residence1920 1213 S 4th St, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, USA; from City Directory as reported by Charles Arrington. 
Employment1920 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Hubbard Culhane Company, Advertising and Promotion24 
Employmentbt 1920 - 1923 Miami, Dade Co., Florida; SEH writes: I was active barnstorming in the years 1920 to 1923 and in the winter flew from Miami to Bimini, Miami to Nassau, and to Havana. I flew in a converted HS2L Navy seaplane which we converted to six places, also twin motored F5L's. I quit active flying in 1923 and returned to Minnesota.

In the Air Museum interview he says: In '22 in the summertime I spent at the fairs, carrying passengers and putting on a performance at various fairs around the country, and I had a change a plane act with a man named George Riengle, and I was quite successful in those days."24,13,25 
Residence6 Jan 1920 122 Ormsby Ave, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, USA; Enumerated with Blanche, his brother Will, Will's wife Lora and the 2 young children of Will and Lora. Age 23, Officer in a Motor Co.; census says that his father was born in Michigan (contradicting other information).26 
Pension*22 Apr 1920 914 S 3rd St, Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky; Applied for Soldiers' Bonus in Minnesota. He is 23 years old and is employed as Sales Manager at Mattingly Hubbard Motor Co. He was at first disapproved because he had not established the fact that he was a Minnesota resident, but he submitted additional documentation and subsequently was given a $300 bonus based on 20 months of service.12 
Employment3 Jun 1920 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; The Ohio Valley Aero-Transport Co. was incorporated on 3 June 1920.

The nature of the business was described as "to buy, sell, manufacture,own and operate hydro-planes and other air-craft, in the carrying of passengers, freight, mails and commodities, and for the purposes of exhibition..."

The capital stock was $40,000 (800 shares of $50 each). There were 71 stockholders listed (all of Louisville), including S.E. Hubbard and Will A. Hubbard. Each stockholder held 4 shares.23 
Anecdote21 Aug 1920 Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky; First flight of an Ohio Valley Aero Transport Company plane from Louisville to Cincinnati and back. Two planes made the attempt... but one was forced to land enroute when the propellor was damaged. The passengers continued by car and the plane and had to be towed home. (In 1962, in a letter to the Courier Journal in Louisville, SEH remembers this as the summer of 1919. In fact (based on newspapers of the day) it appears to have actually been in 1920). 
Employment15 Jun 1921 Manhattan, New York, New York; Seaboard Consolidated Air Lines, autos, airplanes and hyrdoplanes. 1,000 shares common stock no par value, active capital $5,000; SE. Hubbard, R.L. Pendleton, C.M. Wilson. 
Employment1922 Miami, Dade Co., Florida; Prohibition Flyer

Dates mentioned:

30 June 1922 (shot in hand when liquor boat opened fire on his plane off Cape Florida).
 
Anecdote*30 Mar 1922 Miami, Dade Co., Florida; CHARGES AGAINST ONE PROHIBITION MAN FAILS

Hubbard Not Guilty of Taking Woman's Car Without Her Permssion

Stanley Hubbard, government pilot in charge of internal revenue planes cooperating with Col. L.G. Nutt's prohibition raiders, was discharged from custody Thursday by County Judge Blanton after hearing the testimony of all concerned in the charge that he had taken Mrs. Mabel Hubbard's care without her permission.

The testimony developed the fact that while A.H. Hubbard, husband of Mrs. Mabel Hubbard, was in Key West, his wife got Stanley Hubbard, no relation, to teach her how to handle the car. They had driven out several times together and Mrs. Hubbard admitted she went to the Jungle Inn with him and drank two cocktails.

The issue hinged on whether Mrs. Mabel Hubbard had or had not expressly told Stanley Hubbard on Saturday, March 18, that when she was not using the car he could. Judge Blanton held that there was nothing in the evidence to show that the defendent had taken and used the car without her permission.

Proceedings were enlived when Stanley Hubbard, cross examining Mrs. Hubbard, told the court she "was lying." A.H. Hubbard made a rush for him, but Tom Foreman, prohibition agent, intervened. Stanley Hubbard apologized for the remark.

from the Miami News, 30 March 1922 
Marriage*b 17 Dec 1923 Bride=Alice Rochford2,27 
Residence1924 2103 Harriet Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota28 
ResidenceMay 1924 2103 Harriet S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Owner of Geneva Heating Co.29 
Divorce*1926 Georgia; Principal=Cleo Blanche Moore30
Residence1930 500 Franklin Ave W, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Manager, Radio Station - Veteran of the World War.31 
Marriage*15 Sep 1932 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Lutheran. Marriage was officiated by JAO Stub and witnessed by Francis C. Hubbard and Anna E. Stub.; Bride=Didrikke A. Stub32,33 
ResidenceMay 1933 2123 St. Clair Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota34 
Residence1940 2263 Princeton Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; Age 42, born in Minnesota. President of Radio Station.

Enumerated with Didrikke 34, Alice 15, Stanley 6, Richard 5, and maid, Marjorie Miller - age 1835 
Marriage*28 Apr 1974 Church By the Sea, Bal Harbour, Dade Co., Florida; Bride=Mary Ellen Wickham36,8 
Residence1974 271 Bal Cross Dr, Bal Harbour, Dade Co., Florida37 
Divorce*29 Jun 1979 Florida; Divorcee=Mary Ellen Wickham38,36 
Marriage*21 Jul 1979 Stillwater, Washington Co., Minnesota; Bride=Mary Jane Rogers36,39 
Residence*1992 2263 Princeton Ave, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota6 
Death*28 Dec 1992 Miami Beach, Dade Co., Florida38,6 
Burial*a 28 Dec 1992 S Memorial Park Mausoleum, N Miami, Dade Co., Florida6 

Family 1

Cleo Blanche Moore b. 10 Sep 1900, d. 10 Jan 1964
Marriage*3 Apr 1918 Spartanburg, Spartanburg Co., South Carolina; Notice in Spartanburg paper:

MOORE-HUBBARD

Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Moore, of No. 374 North Vernon street, this city, announce the marriage of their daugher, Cleo Blanche, to Mr. Stanley Eugene Hubbard, of New York city, April 3, by Rev. Dr. Gordan. of Bethel Presbyterian church, Philadelphia, now assisting Dr. A.D.P. Gilmoure, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of this city.; Bride=Cleo Blanche Moore18,19 
Divorce*1926 Georgia; Principal=Cleo Blanche Moore30
Child

Family 2

Alice Rochford b. 31 Aug 1898, d. 14 May 1924
Marriage*b 17 Dec 1923 Bride=Alice Rochford2,27 
Child

Family 3

Didrikke A. Stub b. 27 Jul 1905, d. 1 Feb 1974
Marriage*15 Sep 1932 Central Lutheran Church, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Lutheran. Marriage was officiated by JAO Stub and witnessed by Francis C. Hubbard and Anna E. Stub.; Bride=Didrikke A. Stub32,33 
Children

Family 4

Mary Ellen Wickham b. 24 Feb 1937
Marriage*28 Apr 1974 Church By the Sea, Bal Harbour, Dade Co., Florida; Bride=Mary Ellen Wickham36,8 
Divorce*29 Jun 1979 Florida; Divorcee=Mary Ellen Wickham38,36 

Family 5

Mary Jane Rogers
Marriage*21 Jul 1979 Stillwater, Washington Co., Minnesota; Bride=Mary Jane Rogers36,39 

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S12] Born 100 Years Ago Today, A Tribute to Stanley E. Hubbard I, written by Stanley S. Hubbard, Hubbard Broadcasting, Inc. 1997.,.
  3. [S97] "The 1985 Minnesota Business Hall of Fame Awards," Minnesota Business vol 4:9 (September 1985): p. 11.
  4. [S103] Minnesota Radio History, attributed to Jim Bormann, 10 typewritten pages, FHE8698 .B735, Minnesota Historical Society,.
  5. [S6] 1900 US Census, Goodhue Co., MN, ED 53, p8.
  6. [S53] Stanley Eugene Hubbard, Death Certificate File # 019209, Filed date: 30 December 1992, Unknown repository,.
  7. [S85] Stanley Eugene Hubbard, Birth Certificate File #3-64-12, 30 June 1897, Goodhue County, Minnesota,, Goodhue Co., Minnesota; Book 3, Page 64, Line 23.
  8. [S87] Stanley Eugene Hubbard and Mary Ellen Wickham Gibson, Marriage Certificate, 28 April 1974, "File # 74-026617," Dade County, FL,.
  9. [S6] 1900 US Census, Goodhue Co., MN, Redwing, ED 53, Sheet 8.
  10. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Minneapolis, Ward 2, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 311, Sheet 345.
  11. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 30 (Ward 2), Sheet 3B.
  12. [S572] Application for Soldiers' Bonus / Minnesota, Stanley E. Hubbard, ID# 1224020.
  13. [S576] Stanley E. Hubbard Civiil Aeronautics Admininstration. Not dated, probably early 1950s,.
  14. [S651] 1915 North Dakota State Census, Kings Co., New York A.D. 12, E.D. 22, Image 12.
  15. [S359] Stanley E. Hubbard, George Holey, 17 September 1979 (Air Museum of Minnesota files at Minnesota Historical Society).
  16. [S574] The History of Minnesota (Lewis Historical Publishing Co., West Palm Beach, Florida, 1969), Page 319.
  17. [S155] United States of America Certificaton of Military Service, issued at St. Louis, MO on 30 September 2000 - certifying that Stanley E. Hubbard was a member of the United States Army from May 12, 1917 and was honorably discharged on 3 March 1919 with the rank of Corporal. original records and/or reconstructed personnel/medical records were not found by the National Personnel Records Center and may have been lost in the July 1973 fire. Certification above was made from an unnamed "alternate records source."
  18. [S1] Dorothy P. Evans Dixie Hansen. 1 January 2001, This letter includes information on the marriage found in the family Bible records. Bible is in possession of Charlotte THomson, greensboro, NC.
  19. [S88] Stanley Eugene Hubbard and Cleo Blanche Moore, Marriage Record, 3 April 1918 / License on 2 April 1918, "SEH and Cleo Blanche Moore, Marriage Record," Book D, Page 421, Unknown repository,.
  20. [S573] Honorable Discharge from the US Army: Stanley E. Hubbard,.
  21. [S575] Articles of Incorporation, Mattingly-Hubbard Motors Co., Jefferson Co., Kentucky.
  22. [S577] Declaration of Business, Mattingly-Hubbard Motors, Declaration of Business, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, 19 June 1919.
  23. [S575] Articles of Incorporation, Kentucky Aeroplane & Supply Co.., Jefferson Co., Kentucky.
  24. [S574] The History of Minnesota (Lewis Historical Publishing Co., West Palm Beach, Florida, 1969), Page 319, entry for Stanley Eugene Hubbard.
  25. [S359] Stanley E. Hubbard, George Holey, 17 September 1979 (Air Museum of Minnesota files at Minnesota Historical Society). Page 6.
  26. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, ED 125, Sheet 7A & 7B.
  27. [S578] Goucher College Student Records, Balitmore, MD, Alumnae Directory Information City, received at Goucher on 12/17/23. Lists herself as Mrs. S.E. Hubbard, leaves date of marriage blank.
  28. [S54] Alice Rochford Hubbard, Death Certificate File #19058, File date: 15 May 1924, Unknown repository,.
  29. [S571] Alice Shirley Hubbard, Birth Certificate Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, #42132, 8 May 1924,.
  30. [S567] Page 24, Sunday Spartanburg Herald: Alimony Filing: Blanche vs. Joseph M. Shannon, Spartanburg, South Carolina (4 Oct 1931),.
  31. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Hennepin Co., MN - City of Minneapolis, Ward 4, ED 27-73, Sheet 21 B.
  32. [S82] Stanley E. Hubbard and Didrikke a. Stub, Marriage License and Certificate, 15 September 1932, "SE Hubbard & DA Stub, Marriage Record," File #s 362-36 and 178-30, Unknown repository,.
  33. [S220] Not identified (Norwegian language), (3 July 1928),.
  34. [S221] Not idenfied (Norwegian language), (22 September 1932),.
  35. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., Minnesota; ED 90-240, Image 6.
  36. [S78] Jim McGovern, The 50,000 Watt Broadcast Barnum - A Book Noir of Stanley E. Hubbard, his life and times (1996),.
  37. [S55] Didrikke All Ottesen Stub Hubbard, Death Certificate File #74-009274, File date: 4 February 1974, Unknown repository,.
  38. [S20] Obituary/Bio for Stanley E. Hubbard, Saint Paul Pioneer Press, Saint Paul, MN (29 December 1992),.
  39. [S81] Stanley Eugene Hubbard & Mary Jane Callahan, Marriage license application and certificate, 21 July 1979, Unknown repository,.

Susannah Hubbard

F, b. circa 1703
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 16 Dec 1673
MotherSusannah Bailey
Married Name Crampton 
Marriage* Groom=? Crampton1 
Birth*c 1703 Haddam, Middlesex Co, Connecticut1,2 

Family

? Crampton

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), p 284.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Susie M. Hubbard1

F, b. 13 August 1886, d. 27 March 1887
FatherFrank Augustus Hubbard1 b. 29 Mar 1849, d. 29 Feb 1916
MotherSarah Jane Morrison1 b. 17 Jul 1847, d. 14 Jun 1894
Birth*13 Aug 1886 Birthdate calculated from age at death of 7 months, 14 days.2 
Death*27 Mar 1887 Obituary: Susie M., youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hubbard, died on Sunday night, and was buried on Tuesday. Her age was 7 months and 14 days.1,2 

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 25. Death notice for Susie M. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).

Thomas Hubbard

M, b. 1714
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 16 Dec 1673
MotherSusannah Bailey
Biography* He was a large land owner and Revolutionary War Soldier1 
Marriage* Bride=Elizabeth Snow1 
Marriage* Bride=Sarah Walkley1 
Birth*1714 Haddam, Middlesex Co, Connecticut1,2 

Family 1

Sarah Walkley

Family 2

Elizabeth Snow

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), p 284.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Thomas Hubbard1,2

M, b. 9 March 1705/6, d. 1787
FatherGeorge Hubbard2 b. 7 Oct 1675, d. 16 Dec 1765
MotherMehitable Miller1,2 b. 28 Mar 1681, d. 17 Apr 1753
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Birth*9 Mar 1705/6 1,2 
Baptism10 Mar 1706  
Marriage*10 Jul 1729 Principal=Thankful Johnson3 
Death*1787 1,2 

Family

Thankful Johnson b. 10 Jun 1710
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY),.
  2. [S160] Paul Franklin Johnson., Genealogy of Captain John Johnson of Roxbury, Massachusetts (1948), p 28.
  3. [S160] Paul Franklin Johnson., Genealogy of Captain John Johnson of Roxbury, Massachusetts (1948),.

Thomas Hubbard1

M, b. 30 October 1730
FatherThomas Hubbard1 b. 9 Mar 1705/6, d. 1787
MotherThankful Johnson1 b. 10 Jun 1710
Birth*30 Oct 1730 Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut1,2 
Marriage*23 Jan 1752 Chatham, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; Principal=Phebe Griffith1 

Family

Phebe Griffith

Citations

  1. [S160] Paul Franklin Johnson., Genealogy of Captain John Johnson of Roxbury, Massachusetts (1948),.
  2. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Timothy Hubbard1,2

M, b. 14 July 1767, d. 4 August 1841
FatherJedediah Hubbard3,4,5 b. 16 Jul 1741, d. 8 Dec 1822
MotherMartha Stocking b. 8 Nov 1741, d. Dec 1820
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Frank Valentine Hubbard
Residence Middle Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; of Middle Haddam3 
Birthc 1765 2 
Birth*14 Jul 1767 Chatham, Connecticut6,7,8 
Baptism19 Jul 1767 East Hampton, Middlesex Co., Connecticut9,3 
Marriage*18 Sep 1788 Second Congregational Church of Chatham, Chatham, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; Minister was Reverend David Selden; Bride=Dorothy Rowley2,10,3,11,6,8 
Residence1790 Chatham, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; Timothy Hubbard enumerated both in Chatham in Haddam.

In Chatham: 3 columns of demographics, but no column headers - probably free white males over 16, free white males under 15, total females: 1-0-2; In Haddam: 1-1-112 
Residence1800 Windham, Greene Co., New York, USA; 1 male under 10; 1 male 26-45; 3 females under 10; 1 female 26-4513 
Note*1802 Greene Co., New York, USA; On October 13th 1802 Timothy Hubbard, along with Jacob Hitchcock and Icahbod Brown served on the committee which made an agreement with Henry B. Stimson to preach at the First Presbyterian church of old Windham, now Ashland. (the earliest known document relating to this church)

From the church records the following list of original members is taken: Elisha Strong, Sameul Ives, Jedediah Hubbard,Timothy Hubbard, Amos Hubbard, Jared Rice, Ichabod Brown, Elijah Strong, Samuel Crocker, Increase Clafflin, George Stimson, Lydia Baldwin, Lois Lockwood, Lola Ives, Martha Hubbard, Dolly Hubbard, Dolly Hubbard 2d, Abigail Snow, Hannah Morrison, Abigail Stimson, Sabra Hubbard, Esther Rice, Betsey Crocker, Rebecca Tuttle, Sarah Clafflin, Anna Buel, Experience Stone, and Sarah Rice.14 
Residence1810 Windham, Greene Co., New York; column headers are missing, appears to be 3 males and 4 females total in Timothy's household15 
Residence1820 Windham, Greene Co., New York; 4 free white males (can't read ages); 4 free white females (can't read ages); 3 people in column that isn't legible (may have to do with agriculture)16 
Residence1830 Windham, Greene Co., New York; 1 male <10, 1 male 50-60; 1 female 30-40, 1 female 50-6017 
Religion*2 Dec 1836 Presbyterian Church, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York; Admitted to the church, by Letter (Timothy Hubbard, Mrs. Hubbard, Welthy Hubbard); Principal=Dorothy Rowley, Witness=Weltha Hubbard18,19 
Residence*1840 Mount Morris, Livingston Co., New York, USA; In agriculture; 1 male and 1 female 70-80 (presumably Timothy and Dolly); 1 female 40-50 (possibly Laura or Weltha); 1 male 20-30 (not too likely they had a son in that age range).20 
Death*4 Aug 1841 Livingston Co., New York2,21,6,22,23,8 
Burial* Old Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York7,23 

Family

Dorothy Rowley b. 12 Dec 1768, d. 6 May 1851
Marriage*18 Sep 1788 Second Congregational Church of Chatham, Chatham, Middlesex Co., Connecticut; Minister was Reverend David Selden; Bride=Dorothy Rowley2,10,3,11,6,8 
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), 286.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  3. [S386] Homer W. Brainard, "Henry Rowley and Some of His Descendants," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol 37 (1906): in 4 parts: p57-66;97-103;203-208;251-256, p. 206.
  4. [S331] History of Greene County New York with Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men (Hope Farm Press, Cornwallville, New York, 1969), p200: Above John Prout's on the Batavia was Jedediah Hubbard, first deacon of the Presbyterian church. Timothy Hubbard, one of his sons, was also deacon.
  5. [S383] Rev. Henry Hedges Prout, "Old Times in Windham," Windham Journal Article 4 (11 March 1869):, The several sons of Jedediah Hubbard, Timothy, Jedediah, Chauncey, Amos and Samuel, young married men, came with their father and settled around him.
  6. [S409] Transcription from Hubbard Family Bible. Transcriber not known and Bible not further identified, but notation says "Copied from the Hubbard Bible given to Paris [Paris P. Hubbard] by Clara Stubbs",.
  7. [S422] Tombstone, Old Cemetery at intersection of Chapel St. and Conkey, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., NY; Dixie Hansen in May 2003, Marker is largely illegible. However, according to the index cards at the Livingston Co. Historian's office it was recorded in 1945 to read: "Timothy Hubbard d 1841 (1861?)". In 2003 the word "Hubbard" can still be made out as can the inscription at the bottom which reads "born in Chatham Conn." Timothy's marker is adjacent to the marker of his wife, Dorothy.
  8. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).
  9. [S170] IGI Records, LDS Patron Sheets, Batch 8907603, Film # 1553423.
  10. [S385] Unknown, East Hadam Genealogies: Rowley - from microfilmed handwritten records transcribed for the "Rowley Register" website at www.wmn.net/rowleytw, downloaded 15 December 2002, Unknown,.
  11. [S402] Frederic W. Bailey., Early Connecticut Marriages as Found on Anicent Church Records Prior to 1800 / Third Book (Bureau of American Ancestry, New Haven, Conn., 1898),.
  12. [S425] 1790 Federal, Page 432, Chatham, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, 4th column #13; Page 434, Haddam, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, 4th column #19.
  13. [S426] 1800 Federal, Windham, Greene Co., NY, #27.
  14. [S331] History of Greene County New York with Biographical Sketches of Its Prominent Men (Hope Farm Press, Cornwallville, New York, 1969),.
  15. [S427] 1810 Federal, Windham, Greene Co., NY; page 322, #13.
  16. [S428] 1820 Windham, Greene Co., NY, Page 88, #35.
  17. [S401] 1830 Federal Census, Windham, Greene Co., NY, page 115, #14.
  18. [S424] Members of the Presbyterian Church of Mount Morris 1814-1896 / Catalouge of the Members of the First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Morris, NY page 21.
  19. [S429] Frances P. Teitsworth Dixie Hansen. 20 May 2003, United Church of Mt. Morris; 24 State St.; Mt. Morris, NY 14510. (2003). Page 39.
  20. [S382] 1840 Federal Census, Mount Morris, Livingston Co., NY, p 190.
  21. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.
  22. [S422] Tombstone, Old Cemetery at intersection of Chapel St. and Conkey, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., NY; Dixie Hansen in May 2003, Marker is largely illegible. However, it was read in 1945 to read: Timothy Hubbard d 1841 (1861?). In 2003 the word "Hubbard" can still be made out as can the inscription at the bottom which reads "born in Chatham Conn." It is adjacent to the marker of his wife, Dorothy.
  23. [S441] Livingston Co., NY Burial Index Cards - A card file index from a cemetery reading of legible cemetery markers in Livinston Co., prior to 1885, d. 1841/1861? - Mt. Moris Old Cemetery, Chapel St.
  24. [S171] LDS Ancestral File, Submitted by Beulah Smith, 2300 Mesa Dr., Olathe Co., 81425.
  25. [S377] A.M. Rev. Henry Martyn Dodd, Centennial of the Old First Congregational Church, Windham, New York, 1803-1903 (16 June 1903; Transcribed from pamphlet located in the Catskill Public Library by Arlene Goodwin, published on Rootsweb),.

Timothy Hubbard

M, b. circa 1734, d. 1809
FatherDaniel Hubbard b. 1701, d. 11 Mar 1755
MotherTemperance Shalor
Marriage* Bride=Sarah Bailey1 
Birth*c 1734 Haddam, Middlesex Co, Connecticut1,2 
Death*1809 Haddam, Middlesex Co, Connecticut2 

Family

Sarah Bailey b. 1742, d. 1823
Children

Citations

  1. [S3] Edward W. Day, One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866-1895 (Harlan Page Hubbard, NY), 286.
  2. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.

Timothy Hubbard1

M, b. 6 March 1762, d. 25 March 1764
FatherJedediah Hubbard1 b. 16 Jul 1741, d. 8 Dec 1822
MotherMartha Stocking1 b. 8 Nov 1741, d. Dec 1820
Birth*6 Mar 1762 Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut1,2 
Death*25 Mar 1764 Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut1,2 

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.
  2. [S449] As transcribed by Coralynn Brown, see http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~jdevlin Barbour., Middletown, Middlesex Co., CT Vital Records 1668-1852.

Visa Kinney Hubbard1

F, b. 26 March 1865, d. 16 August 1870
FatherEdward Andrus Hubbard1 b. 12 Mar 1824, d. 25 Jan 1887
MotherEliza Kinney1 b. 15 Sep 1826, d. 10 Feb 1903
Birth*26 Mar 1865 age at death: 5 years, 4 months, 21 day1 
Residence*1870 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 5, born in Wisconsin.2 
Death*16 Aug 1870 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Obit: Died in Troy on the 16th inst., Visa Kinney Hubbard, youngest daughter of E.A. and Eliza Hubbard, aged 5 years, 4 months and 21 days.1,3 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 1. Obit for Visa Hubbard.
  2. [S337] 1870 US Census, Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Image 20.
  3. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).

Wallace Clair Hubbard1

M, b. 9 October 1893
FatherWillis Phelps Hubbard1 b. 25 Jan 1859, d. 12 Dec 1910
MotherNina M. Harris1 b. Feb 1874
Birth*9 Oct 1893 Washington1,2,3 
Residence*1900 Cheney, Spokane Co., Oregon; Age 5, born October 1893 in Washington, attending school.3 
Residence1910 Nob Hill, Yakima Co., Washington; Age 16, born in Washingon, single.4 

Citations

  1. [S410] Misc,.
  2. [S417] Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean's Birthday Book (book incscribed to Hattiebelle on 4 Sept 1921),.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, Cheney, Spokane Co., Washington; ED 52, Image 5.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Nob Hill, Yakima Co., Washington; ED 291, Image 9.

Wallager Hubbard1

M, b. 1872, d. 17 January 1878
FatherRomaine A. Hubbard1 b. 1831, d. 10 Sep 1909
MotherEliza Shaver1 b. 2 Apr 1837, d. 15 Jul 1910
Birth*1872 1 
Death*17 Jan 1878 1 
Burial* Hickory Grove Cemetery, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA1 

Citations

  1. [S56] "Burial index for Hickory Grove Cemetery, Walworth Co., WI," Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Vo 46, #1 (June 1999):.

Weltha Hubbard1

F, b. 7 May 1799, d. 31 January 1868
FatherTimothy Hubbard1 b. 14 Jul 1767, d. 4 Aug 1841
MotherDorothy Rowley1 b. 12 Dec 1768, d. 6 May 1851
Note* Probably unmarried2 
Name Variation Wealthy3 
Birth*7 May 1799 Windham, Green Co., New York, USA1,2,4 
(Witness) Religion2 Dec 1836 Presbyterian Church, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York; Admitted to the church, by Letter (Timothy Hubbard, Mrs. Hubbard, Welthy Hubbard); Principal=Timothy Hubbard, Principal=Dorothy Rowley5,6 
Residence*1850 Beaches Hotel, Mount Morris, Livingston Co., New York, USA; Age 50, Enumrated with her sister's family (Alvah and Laura Beach)7 
Death*31 Jan 1868 Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York8,5,4 
Burial* Old Cemetery, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York9 

Citations

  1. [S377] A.M. Rev. Henry Martyn Dodd, Centennial of the Old First Congregational Church, Windham, New York, 1803-1903 (16 June 1903; Transcribed from pamphlet located in the Catskill Public Library by Arlene Goodwin, published on Rootsweb),.
  2. [S409] Transcription from Hubbard Family Bible. Transcriber not known and Bible not further identified, but notation says "Copied from the Hubbard Bible given to Paris [Paris P. Hubbard] by Clara Stubbs",.
  3. [S424] Members of the Presbyterian Church of Mount Morris 1814-1896 / Catalouge of the Members of the First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Morris, NY.
  4. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).
  5. [S424] Members of the Presbyterian Church of Mount Morris 1814-1896 / Catalouge of the Members of the First Presbyterian Church of Mt. Morris, NY page 21.
  6. [S429] Frances P. Teitsworth Dixie Hansen. 20 May 2003, United Church of Mt. Morris; 24 State St.; Mt. Morris, NY 14510. (2003). Page 39.
  7. [S17] 1850 US Census, New York, Mount Morris, Livingston Co., NY; p 83.
  8. [S422] Tombstone, Old Cemetery at intersection of Chapel St. and Conkey, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., NY; Dixie Hansen in May 2003, Marker reads: Weltha Hubbard; January 31, 1868.
  9. [S422] Tombstone, Old Cemetery at intersection of Chapel St. and Conkey, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., NY; Dixie Hansen in May 2003, Marker reads: Weltha Hubbard; January 31, 1868; (rest appears to be decipherable but it was muddy and raining and I didn't take the time to clean it).

William Hubbard1

M, b. 5 October 1807
FatherChauncey Hubbard1 b. c 1768, d. 1837
MotherAnnis Brainerd1 b. 29 Dec 1775
Birth*5 Oct 1807 Windham, Greene Co., New York, USA1 
Marriage*21 Sep 1851 Cuyuhoga Co., Ohio, USA; Principal=Louisa Burnham1 

Family

Louisa Burnham d. 1854

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

William Adams Hubbard1

M, b. 13 August 1860, d. 18 September 1929
FatherJulius Augustus Hubbard b. 2 Dec 1830, d. 17 Nov 1912
MotherJoannah Elisabeth Adams b. 28 Dec 1831, d. 23 Feb 1915
Name Variation Willie2 
Birth*13 Aug 1860 Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA3,1,4,5,6 
Residence1870 Age 10, born in Wisconsin. Enumerated in the household of his step-father, his mother, and his half-sibs in Hudson/Lyons, Walworth Co., in 1870.7 
Residence1873 Springfield, Brown Co., Minnesota, USA6 
Note*1875 There is an 11 year old W.A. Hubbard living with L.N. and J.E. Rowe in 1875 in Brookfield, Redwood Co., MN in 1875 census. 1880 census (WI) lists William as 20. So the question is, are W.A. and Williams Adams the same person... with 4 or 5 year age disparity? 
Residence*1880 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Schoolteacher, Age 204 
Employment Bookkeeper6 
Employment* Retired dealer in Farm Implements; Aultman Taylor Machinery Co (30 years).6,8 
Residence*bt 1882 - 1905 New Ulm, Brown Co., Minnesota, USA6 
Marriage*15 Nov 1882 Dundas, Rice Co., Minnesota, USA; Principal=Sarah Catherine Glass9,6,10 
Residence1900 New Ulm, Brown Co., Minnesota, USA; Ast. (Machinery)3 
Religion* He was a member of the Excelsior Congregational Church, having united during Mr. Gray's pastorate.11 
Residencea 1905 Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota11 
Residence1910 614 9th Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Travelling Collector, Farm Machinery; Rents married 28 years12 
Residence1920 3008 Dupont Ave S, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Manager of Collection Department; Enumerated with his wife and son in the household of his daughter Lucille and her husband, Casper Olstad.5 
Residence1929 4525 York Ave So, Excelsior, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA8 
Death*18 Sep 1929 Swedish Hospital, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Acute ______? appendicitis with peritonitis (7 days) with contributory cause broncho-pneumonia.

Obituary, published in the Minnetonka Record - 27 September 1929

MANY ATTEND LAST RITES OF LATE W.A. HUBBARD
The funeral of William Adams Hubbard, who died on Wednesday morning at St. Barnabas [actually Swedish] hospital was held from the Congregational church in Excelsior Saturday afternoon. Rev. Walter B. Beach, pastor of the church, assisted by Rev. W.J. Gray, former pastor, conducted the services. Miss Doris Hazleton, organist, played, and the choir sang. Mrs. Ruby Ledward, soloist, sang two favorite hymns.

Rev. Mr. Beach spoke from the text, "Blessed is the man who walketh not with the ungodly." He rendered just praise to Mr. Hubbard in that he had always lived up to life's highest ideals, never deviating from that which he felt to be right.

Mr. Hubbard was born Aug. 13, 1860, Walworth county, Wisconsin. When 13 years of age he came with his parents to Springfield, Minnesota. Two years later he entered the high school at Dundas. After graduating from this school he taugh in Wisconsin, near his boyhood home, for two years. He then returned to Minnesota and followed the calling of bookkeeper for a few years.

Later Mr. Hubbard located at New Ulm. He entered the employ of the Aultman Taylor machinery company and was connected with the business for 30 years.

In the fall of 1882 he married Miss Sarah Katherine Glass at Dundas. For 23 years Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard made their home in New Ulm.

In 1905 the family moved to the southeast section of Minneapolis in order that their children might attend the university. Five years later they purchased a home near Excelsior. They made Excelsior and Minneapolis their home from that time on.

Mr. Hubbard was a Mason. He held his membership in Charity Lodge No. 98 in New Ulm. He was a member of the Excelsior Congregational church, having united during Mr. Gray's pastorate.

The surviving are the widow, four sons and two daughters. They are Frank J. Hubbard of Watertown, S.D.; Herbert G. Hubbard of Everett, Washington; Frederick A. Hubbard of Portland, Oregon; John D. Hubbard of St. Cloud; Mrs. Peter DeVries of Minneapolis and Mrs. Casper Olstad of Chattsworth, Ga. He also leaves a sister, Mrs. L.A. Johnson of Burbank, Calif, besides other relatives and a large circle of friends.

A devoted husband and father loyal friend and upright citizen, Mr. Hubbard leaves a good record in the community. He was loved and trusted by all.

Among the attendants at the funeral from out of town were Governor and Mrs. Theodore Christianson and Mrs. Christianson's mother, Mrs. Donaldson, of St. Paul, cousin and Aunt of Mrs. Hubbard; Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Beecher, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Seeter, George Schmidt, Edw. Stoll, Mrs. Bertha Schmidt Caswell of New Ulm; Harvey Donaldson, Ernestine Donaldson and Mrs. Brett Loufkurrow of Northfield; Mrs. H. T. Donaldson of Dundas; Carl Olstad and Miss Jennie Olstad of Hanska, Minnesota.6,8,11 
Burial*21 Sep 1929 Oak Hill Cemetery, Excelsior, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Services were held at the Congrational Church in Excelsior.8 

Family

Sarah Catherine Glass b. 17 May 1863, d. 6 Oct 1943
Marriage*15 Nov 1882 Dundas, Rice Co., Minnesota, USA; Principal=Sarah Catherine Glass9,6,10 
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S77] 1870 US Census, WI,.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, New Ulm, Brown Co, MN ED 43, Sheet 7A.
  4. [S15] 1880 US Census, WI,.
  5. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 162, Sheet 1 A (8th Ward).
  6. [S373] Obituary for William Adams Hubbard, The Minnetonka Record, Excelsior, MN (27 September 1929),.
  7. [S337] 1870 US Census, Hudson (Lyons), Walworth Co., Wisconsin, Page 17 & 18.
  8. [S374] William Adams Hubbard, Death Certificate 21269, 19 September 1929,.
  9. [S248] Free Note:, Information from hand-written ID on photograph of Will and Sarah Catherine Hubbard.
  10. [S376] Obituary for Sarah Catherine (Glass) Hubbard published in the Minnetonka Record, Excelsior, Hennepin Co., MN (14 October 1943),.
  11. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin pages 59. Obit for William Adams Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  12. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN; ED 30 (Ward 2), Sheet 10B.

William Ayer Hubbard1,2

M, b. 11 July 1885, d. 24 August 1961
William Ayer Hubbard
1885-1961
FatherFrank Valentine Hubbard b. 14 Feb 1856, d. 27 Aug 1901
MotherMinnie Lois Ayer b. 25 Sep 1856, d. 4 Oct 1936
Biography* Jim McGovern, says several things about Will Hubbard, in his "book noir" on Will's brother, Stanley E. Hubbard. McGovern had an axe to grind with SEH that colored many of his statements. It was his take that Stanley took credit for many of Will's accomplishments in the "Louisville Days". My opinion (Dixie Hansen) is that McGovern made these statements without actually doing any research into the facts. My own belief, based on newspaper articles from Louisville and Louisville company records in the HBI archives, is that Will and Stanley were both substantially equally involved in all 3 ventures (Mattingly-Hubbard Motors, Kentucky Aeroplane Supply, and Ohio Valley Transport) and that Stanley E. was probably more involved in the promotional end of things (and thus got all of the press). In the New York venture (Seaboard Consolidated) I believe the records suggest that SEH was the main player. In fact (to date) I haven't discovered any record of Will's involvement at all (which is not to say he wasn't). In any case, here are McGovern's thoughts:

[1918] Will Hubbard took the whole Hubard crew to Louisville, KY.

Will established a number of ventures in the field of aviation.

Will was president of the Mattingly-Hubbard Motor Company in Louisville.

Hubbard Field in Louisville was named for Will Hubbard. (now named Bowman Field)

Will was president of the ill-fated Kentucky Aero Supply Company and the Ohio Valley Aero Transport Company.

Kentucky Aero Supply was formed "out of blue-sky stock, to produce an odd-looking air crate called by the tongue-twisting name of the Kasco Trois. The company never managed to produce even a prototype type and the Hubbards had to leave Louisville for St. Paul shortly after, leaving a number of Louisville stockholders in an angry mood. This is not to say that the Hubbard were run out of town, but they did leave rather quickly."

Will Hubbard had been the chief promoter of all of these Louisville enterprises including an abortive attempt to start a company called Seaboard Airlines. Seaplanes had become dirt cheap when the navy no longer had to patrol the coasts looking for German submarines and this is what was going to carry passengers in Hubbard's "airline" but that venture also crashed almost as soon as it took off... Even if one considers Will Hubbard's proposed Louisville to Cincinnati passenger airline which turned into a $5 a hop joy ride company that would land them 'on any vacant lot' it was in short operation in 1921. 
SSN* SS# 4721445633 
Name Variation Will A. 
Nickname Po 
Name Variation Willie4 
Birth*11 Jul 1885 Redwood Falls, Redwood Co., Minnesota5,6,3,7,8 
Residence1895 Waseca, Waseca Co., Minnesota, USA; Age 10, born in Minnesota9 
Residence1900 800 4th St, Redwing, Goodhue Co., Minnesota, USA4 
Residence1905 626 14th Ave SE, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 19, student10 
Marriage*17 Oct 1913 Manhattan Co., New York; Principal=Lora Elizabeth Crampton11,12 
Residence1915 145 Prospect Park West, Kings Co., New York; Age 29, born in US, Manager.

Enumerated with Lora 23, William P. 10 months and brother Stanley, 1813 
Residence12 Sep 1918 2015 Foster Ave, Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York6 
WWI Draft*12 Sep 1918 Brooklyn, Kings Co., New York; World War I Draft Registration Card: Age 33, born July 11, 1885; Occupation: Manager, __ __ __ Machine Co.; nearest relative: Laura C. Hubbard, wife; Tall, Medium build, brown eyes, brown hair14 
Residence1920 122 Ormsby Ave, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky, USA; Census gives age as 24, contradicting other evidence. Manager of an Aeroplane Co.15 
Residence1930 2121 Hennepin, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA; Manufacturing - Oilburners, Rents @$50/month; Enumerated at same address (but listed as a separate Head of H and renting at $50) is an Alice D. Hasey, age 69. William's children William P. and Lora A. are listed as though they are her children. There are also 3 scandinavian roomers as well.11 
Residence*4 Oct 1936 2705 Bryant Ave S., Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota16 
Residence1940 2705 Bryant Ave S., Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 53, born in Minnesota. Manufacturer Oil Burner. Enumerated with Lora 52, William 25, and Lora Alice 21.17 
WW II Draft*27 Apr 1942 2705 Bryant Ave S., Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 57, born 11 July 1885 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota. Person who will always know address: F.C. Hubbard 4048 Abbott Av So. Employer: Hubbard Oil Burner Co., Inc. at 1014 Marg Av, Minneapolis.

5'9" tall, 200 pounds, brown eyes, gray hair, dark complexion.8 
Marriage*23 Nov 1946 Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Principal=Clara Lougee Read18 
Death*24 Aug 1961 LaJolla, San Diego Co., California, USA; Mother's maiden name: Ayer19,3 

Family 1

Lora Elizabeth Crampton b. c 1887, d. 30 Sep 1945
Marriage*17 Oct 1913 Manhattan Co., New York; Principal=Lora Elizabeth Crampton11,12 
Children

Family 2

Clara Lougee Read
Marriage*23 Nov 1946 Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Principal=Clara Lougee Read18 

Citations

  1. [S115] Red Wing Daily Republican, 27 August 1901.
  2. [S403] Family Records, Feb 2003 James B. McCarthy, St. Bonifacius, MN., Records William's middle name as "Ayer."
  3. [S442] California Death Index 1940-1997, online at www.ancestry.com, Will A. Hubbard, SS# 472144563.
  4. [S6] 1900 US Census, Goodhue Co., MN, Redwing, ED 53, Sheet 8.
  5. [S6] 1900 US Census, Goodhue Co., MN, ED 53, p8.
  6. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, William Ayer Hubbard; Kings Co., New York, #2162.
  7. [S644] Minnesota Births and Christenings Index 1840-1980 (Ancestry.com), Willie Ayer Hubbard, born 11 July 1885 in Redwood Co., Minnesota. Father: F.V. Hubbard, Mother: Minnie L.
  8. [S587] Www.ancestry.com, William Ayer Hubbard, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Serial # U962.
  9. [S183] 1895 Minnesota State Census, Waseca, Ward 2, Waseca Co., Minnesota; ED 15, Sheet 394.
  10. [S192] 1905 Minnesota State Census, MN, FamilySearch.org, Minneapolis, Ward 2, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 311, Sheet 345.
  11. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 150, Sheet 18B.
  12. [S678] New York Marriage Index, 1866-1937, Will A. Hubbard and Lora Elizabeth Crampton, 17 Oct 1913, Manhattan, NY; Certificate #27457.
  13. [S651] 1915 North Dakota State Census, Kings Co., New York A.D. 12, E.D. 22, Image 12.
  14. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, William Ayer Hubbard; Kings Co., New York, #2162; 12 September 1918.
  15. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, ED 125, Sheet 7A & 7B.
  16. [S30] Minnie A. Hubbard, Death Certificate 4486, Hennepin Co., MN,.
  17. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-410, Image 16.
  18. [S565] Minnesota Official Marriage System., Minnesota Official Marriage System (www.mncounty.com), Hennepin Co., Certificate: 522-0064.
  19. [S358] Larua McCarthy Doubman, Plymouth, MN, Dixie Hansen, 2002.
  20. [S180] Author Unknown, Brief "Adams" Genealogy (unpublished notes in possession of Dixie Hansen), Date Unknown,.

William H. Hubbard1

M, b. 16 March 1843, d. circa 1925
FatherHalsey Hubbard b. 6 Sep 1802, d. 18 Sep 1874
MotherCornelia Root b. c Apr 1808, d. Jan 1888
Birth*16 Mar 1843 Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York, USA2,3 
Birthc 1844 New York, USA4 
Baptism6 Oct 1844 First Presbyterian Church, Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York5 
Residence*1850 Mount Morris, Livingston Co., New York, USA; Age 6, born in New York.6 
Residence1855 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Came to Spring Prairie with his parents when he was 12 years old.7 
Residence1860 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA8 
Marriage*7 Feb 1866 Principal=Martha Jeannette Aldrich2,1,9,7 
Residence1870 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA10 
Residence1880 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Farmer11 
Biography* William H. Hubbard was a member of the County Board of Supervisors (associate) 1887-8 and town treasurer 190-3.1 
Residence1900 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Farmer, Age 57, married at age 342 
ResidenceSep 1909 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA12 
Death*c 1925 Dyer Street, Burlington, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Newspaper Clipping:

WILLIAM H. HUBBARD PASSES AWAY MONDAY

WAS AN OLD RESIDENT AND MEMBER OF COUNTY BOARD SEVERAL YEARS

FUNERAL HELD ON WEDNESDAY

Hubbard

William Hubbard was called in death early Monday morning at his home on Dyer Street. He had been in failing health for some time but was confined to his bed only two days when the angel of death came and released him from the infirmities of old age.

William Henry Hubbard was a son of Halsey and Cornelia Hubbard and was born at Mt. Morris, New York, March 16th, 1843, and came with his parents to the town of Spring Prairie when a boy of twelve years, which place was his home until twelve years ago when he and his wife came to Burlington to reside. On Feb. 7, 1866, he was united in marriage with Martha Aldrich, who was his faithful helpmate until she was called by death Aug. 5, 1920.

To this union two children were born, Angelia, Mrs. Edward Luedke of Milwaukee, who was called in death in 1919, and Ira A. Hubbard, who has faithfully cared for his parents until death claimed them. One sister, Mrs. Laura Hendrix of Oakland, Calif., and four grandchildren, Iris and Halsey Hubbard of Burlington, Edward A. Luedke, Jr. of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Derkman, Princeton, New Jersey, are also left to mourn the loss of a kind father and grandfather.

Always a kind and sunny dispositiion he has made many staunch friends who were grieved to hear of his illness and death.

Mr. Hubbard was supervisor of the Second ward in this city for a number of years and was always noted for his honest and straight forward ways in all business transactions and for his always having a kind word and smile for those with whom he came in contact. It can well be said another good man has gone to his just reward.

The funeral services were held at the home Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock and his remains laid to rest beside those of his wife in the town cemetery. Rev. C.E. Huntington conducted the funeral services.7 
Burial* Burlington city cemetery, Burlington, Walworth Co.7 

Family

Martha Jeannette Aldrich b. 16 Mar 1845, d. 5 Aug 1920
Marriage*7 Feb 1866 Principal=Martha Jeannette Aldrich2,1,9,7 
Children

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., WI, ED 97, Sheet 2A.
  3. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146), In the Bible record William's name is written in a different ink than the year (1843).
  4. [S17] 1850 US Census, New York, Mount Morris, Livingston Co., NY.
  5. [S429] Frances P. Teitsworth Dixie Hansen. 20 May 2003, United Church of Mt. Morris; 24 State St.; Mt. Morris, NY 14510. (2003).
  6. [S17] 1850 US Census, New York, Mount Morris, Livingston Co., NY; p 94.
  7. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 53. Obit for William H. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  8. [S18] 1860 US Census, WI, Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., WI, p76.
  9. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 52. Obit for Mrs. William H. (Martha J.) Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  10. [S440] Halsey Hubbard, Filed 17 January 1876,.
  11. [S15] 1880 US Census, WI, Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., WI, p 206B.
  12. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 15. Obit for Romaine A. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).

William Morrison Hubbard1

M, b. 22 October 1873, d. 11 November 1943
William Morrison Hubbard
1874-1943
FatherFrank Augustus Hubbard1,2 b. 29 Mar 1849, d. 29 Feb 1916
MotherSarah Jane Morrison1 b. 17 Jul 1847, d. 14 Jun 1894
Name Variation Will 
Birth*22 Oct 1873 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin3,4 
Birth22 Oct 1874 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin5,6 
Residence1880 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 5, born in Wisconsin, attended school.7 
Residence1900 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 25, single, born October 1874 in Wisconsin.8 
Marriage*10 Jun 1902 St. Peter's Church, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; William's obituary gives the date of marriage as 10 June 1901.

Newspaper Clipping:
Married on Tuesday, June 10th, at St. Peter's Church parsonage in East Troy Friday by Rev. Fr. Weinhoff, Miss Fannie Copeland and Wm. Hubbard, both of Troy. The young couple are well known and have many friends that wish them a happy voyage as they journey through life. They are going to take a short wedding tour for a few weeks, after which they will be at home to their friends. They are going to housekeeping in East Troy in the house known as the Bailey place.; Principal=Fannie A. Copeland5,9,6,3 
Residence1905 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 30, born in Wiscosin, Machinest.

Enumerated with Francis E. 2810 
Residence1910 1033 24th Ave, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin; Age 36, born in Wisconsin, both parents born inWiscosin. Trimmer at a hat factory.

Enumerated with Fannie A. 35 and George W. 1 year 6 months.11 
Residence*1916 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin;
12 
Residence1918 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin13 
WWI Draft*12 Sep 1918 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 44, residing in East Troy, Wisconsin. Born on Oct 22 1873. Very poor quality scan. Wife is Fannie A. Hubbard. Medium height, medium build, gray eyes, brown hair. Painter.4 
Residence1920 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 46, born in wisconsin. Father born i Wisconsin, mother born in New York. Painter.

Enumerated with Fannie 43 and George 11.14 
Residence1930 Age 55, Owns home valued at $2,500. Decorator. Born in East Troy, Wisconsin.

Enumerated with Fanny 53 and George 2115 
Residence1932 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin16 
Residence1940 305 Mill St., East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 65, born in Wisconsin. Interior Decorating / Painting.

Enumreated with Francis 64 and with brother-in-law, George Copeland 80.17 
Death*11 Nov 1943 East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Newspaper Clipping:

Good Citizen Passes Away at His Home Here

Death Takes William M. Hubbard Thursday - He Had Been in Poor Health

This community was saddened last Thursday when it became known that William M. Hubbard had passed away at about 5:30 a.m., aged 69 years. He had been in ill health of late but had improved somewhat and his sudden death was unlooked for.

Mr. Hubbard was born in the town of Troy on Octo. 22, 1874, a son of the late Frank Hubbard and wife, who resided on the place known as the Hubbard farm, 2 miles northwest of here. His boyhood days were spent there and he also lived in the town of Troy for a goodly number of years.

On June 10, 1901, he was united in marriage to Miss Francis Copeland of Troy, the wedding taking place in East Troy. They made their home in and near East Troy during the 40 years of their married life.

Active in the Community

Mr. Hubbard was an industrious man and one who at all times had the welfare of his family, nieghbors and friends at heart. He was public spirited and in many ways performed services for this community. Possessed of a cheerful disposition he made many freinds who regret his departure from our midst. Mr. Hubbard was a member of Booth Lake Camp, No. 575, Modern Woodmen of America, and has been the clerk of that organization for some ten years past. He was also a member of the East Troy Fire department in which he was active for many years.

His survivors are his wife, one son, George W. Hubbard one sister, Mrs. Hattie Belle Lean, of Edgerton; one brother, Harry of Milwaukee, and two grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. last Saturday, at St. Peter's Catholic church, the Rev. F.P. Sampon officiating, burial taking place at St. Peter's cemetery.5,6,3 
Burial* St. Peter's Catholic Cemetery, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin5,3 

Family

Fannie A. Copeland b. 16 Mar 1874, d. 21 Dec 1956
Marriage*10 Jun 1902 St. Peter's Church, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; William's obituary gives the date of marriage as 10 June 1901.

Newspaper Clipping:
Married on Tuesday, June 10th, at St. Peter's Church parsonage in East Troy Friday by Rev. Fr. Weinhoff, Miss Fannie Copeland and Wm. Hubbard, both of Troy. The young couple are well known and have many friends that wish them a happy voyage as they journey through life. They are going to take a short wedding tour for a few weeks, after which they will be at home to their friends. They are going to housekeeping in East Troy in the house known as the Bailey place.; Principal=Fannie A. Copeland5,9,6,3 
Child

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).
  3. [S417] Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean's Birthday Book (book incscribed to Hattiebelle on 4 Sept 1921),.
  4. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, William Morrison Hubbard, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, 12 Sept 1918.
  5. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin pages 69. Obit William M. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  6. [S410] Misc,.
  7. [S371] 1880 US Federal Census, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; ED 225, Image 28.
  8. [S6] 1900 US Census, Troy, Walworth co., Wisconsin; ED 99, Image 1.
  9. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin Page 36. Article about the marriage of Fannie Copeland and WIlliam Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  10. [S552] 1905 Wisconsin State Census, Wisconsin, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, Image 15.
  11. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin; ED 115, Image 16.
  12. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 46. Obit for Frank A. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  13. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 50. Obit for Mrs. Mary E. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  14. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; ED 141, Image 4.
  15. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; ED 9, Image 4.
  16. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin pages 61. Obit for Mary (Hubbard) Dunham (source newspaper not identified).
  17. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, East Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; ED 64-9, Image 1.

William Park Hubbard1,2

M, b. 6 July 1914, d. 11 December 2000
William Park Hubbard
FatherWilliam Ayer Hubbard1 b. 11 Jul 1885, d. 24 Aug 1961
MotherLora Elizabeth Crampton b. c 1887, d. 30 Sep 1945
Name Variation Will3 
Birth*6 Jul 1914 New York; Age 15 in 1930 census3,4,2 
Residence1915 M.E. Hospital, Brooklyn, New york; Age 10 months, born in US. M.E. Hospital, Brooklyn, NY.5 
Residence1920 122 Ormsby Ave, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Missouri, USA; Age 5 1/23 
Residence*1930 2121 Hennepin, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., New York, USA4 
Graduation*1938 University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; B.A. from University of Minnesota 
Residence1940 2705 Bryant Ave S., Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 25, single, born in New York. Salesman Oil Burner6 
Marriage*1 Nov 1947 Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Principal=Lorraine Sager1,7 
Death*11 Dec 2000 Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; Age 868 

Family

Lorraine Sager
Marriage*1 Nov 1947 Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Principal=Lorraine Sager1,7 
Child
  • Lora Elizabeth Hubbard

Citations

  1. [S180] Author Unknown, Brief "Adams" Genealogy (unpublished notes in possession of Dixie Hansen), Date Unknown,.
  2. [S496] Horace Mitchell Ayer, A Records of the Ayer Family, unpublished notes, Initial Entry 22 April 1892,.
  3. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, ED 125, Sheet 7A & 7B.
  4. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 150, Sheet 18B.
  5. [S651] 1915 North Dakota State Census, Kings Co., New York A.D. 12, E.D. 22, Image 12.
  6. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-410, Image 16.
  7. [S565] Minnesota Official Marriage System., Minnesota Official Marriage System (www.mncounty.com), Hennepin Co., Certificate: 539-0450.
  8. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM), William P. Hubbard, died 11 Decemeber 2000 in Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California.

William R. Hubbard1

M
FatherRussell Hubbard1 b. 1 Aug 1794, d. 1826
MotherSally Osborn1

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Willis Phelps Hubbard1,2

M, b. 25 January 1859, d. 12 December 1910
FatherEdward Andrus Hubbard1,3 b. 12 Mar 1824, d. 25 Jan 1887
MotherEliza Kinney1 b. 15 Sep 1826, d. 10 Feb 1903
Occupation* A member of the firm of Martin and Hubbard4 
Birth*25 Jan 1859 Wisconsin1,5 
Residence1860 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 1, born in Wisconsin6 
Residence1870 Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Age 10, attending school, born in Wisconsin7 
Residence*1888 Walworth Co., Wisconsin8 
Marriage*3 Jun 1892 Cheney, Spokane Co., Washington; Louis Kinne papers give date of this marriage as 22 Feb 1872, likely in error.

Marriage notice:

Mr. Willis P. Hubbard and Miss Nina M. Harris of Cheney, Wash., wer married at that city, Jun 3, '92. Mr. Hubbard is the son of Mrs. E.A. Hubbard, of this village, having gone west some two or more years ago, and settled at Cheney where he is in business and is a member of the firm of Marting & Hubbard of that place.; Principal=Nina M. Harris4 
Residence1900 Cheney, Spokane Co., Washington; Age 40, born Jan 1860 in Wisconsin. Married 7 years. Both parents born in New York. Retail merchant.

Enumerated with Nina M. 26, Wallace C. 6, and Raymon T. 4.9 
Residence1910 Nob Hill, Yakima Co., Washington; Age 51, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in New York. Farming.

Enumerated with Nina M. 36, Wallace C. 16, and Raymond Tracy 14.10 
Death*12 Dec 1910 Wide Hollow, Washington; Obit: From a copy of the North Yakima (Wash.) Daily Republic of Dec. 12th, we learn of the death of W.P. Hubbard, a farmer resideing at Widw Hollow, Wash., who was run over and killed on the above date by a Yakima Valley Transportation Co.'s electric car. He was between 50 and 55 years of age and formerly resided here, being a brother of Frank Hubbard, of the town of Troy. Wm. Hubbard was deaf and was going in the same direction of the car walking between the tracks. The motorman sounded the whistle and gave warning by shouting but to no avail as he was run over and horribly mangled. No blame was attached to the motorman and were it not for the fact that the unforutunate man was hard of hearing the accident no doubt would not have happened.11,5 

Family

Nina M. Harris b. Feb 1874
Marriage*3 Jun 1892 Cheney, Spokane Co., Washington; Louis Kinne papers give date of this marriage as 22 Feb 1872, likely in error.

Marriage notice:

Mr. Willis P. Hubbard and Miss Nina M. Harris of Cheney, Wash., wer married at that city, Jun 3, '92. Mr. Hubbard is the son of Mrs. E.A. Hubbard, of this village, having gone west some two or more years ago, and settled at Cheney where he is in business and is a member of the firm of Marting & Hubbard of that place.; Principal=Nina M. Harris4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S18] 1860 US Census, WI,.
  2. [S443] Descendants of Timothy Hubbard and Dorothy Rowley, Family Records found in the Hubbard Family Bible, (Mathew Carey; Philiadelphia, 1811); (In possession of Mary Beth Goossen; 683 Dill Court; Severna Park, MD 21146).
  3. [S409] Transcription from Hubbard Family Bible. Transcriber not known and Bible not further identified, but notation says "Copied from the Hubbard Bible given to Paris [Paris P. Hubbard] by Clara Stubbs",.
  4. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 7. Newspaper article about the marriage of Willis P. Hubbard and Nina M. Harris (source newspaper not identified).
  5. [S417] Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean's Birthday Book (book incscribed to Hattiebelle on 4 Sept 1921),.
  6. [S336] 1860 US Census, Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Image 14.
  7. [S337] 1870 US Census, Troy, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Image 20.
  8. [S437] Edward A. Hubbard, 17 July 1888,.
  9. [S6] 1900 US Census, Cheney, Spokane Co., Washington; ED 52, Image 5.
  10. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Nob Hill, Yakima Co., Washington; ED 291, Image 9.
  11. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin Page 6. Obituary for W.P. Hubbard (paper not identified but the article cites as a source the North Yakima, Washington Daily Republic of December 12th).
  12. [S410] Misc,.

Edward Hudspith1

M, b. January 1843
Birth*Jan 1843 England1 
Marriage*c 1865 Principal=Elizabeth (?)1 
Residence*1900 Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 57, born in Enlgand, immigrated 1868, farmer.

Immigrated with Elizabeth 63, son-in-law Albert Hubbard 33, daughter Ellen Hubbard 30, Grand-daughter Ruth A. Hubbard 2, and servant Arthur C. Reed 17.1 

Family

Elizabeth (?) b. Apr 1837
Child

Citations

  1. [S6] 1900 US Census, Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 101, Image 21.

Ella Hudspith1,2

F, b. August 1869
FatherEdward Hudspith2 b. Jan 1843
MotherElizabeth (?)2 b. Apr 1837
Name Variation Ellen3 
Birth*Aug 1869 Nebraska4,2 
Married Namec 1891 Hubbard3 
Marriage*c 1891 Principal=Alfred E. Hubbard4,2 
Residence1900 Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 30, married 9 years, mother of 2 children of whom 1 is living. Both parents born in England.2 
Residence*1910 Gardiner St., Platte Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 40, born in Nebraska4 
Residence1920 Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 50, born in Nebraska, both parents born in England.5 
Residence1930 Gardiner St., Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 60, born in Nebraska1 
Residence1940 Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; Age 69, born in Nebraska.6 

Family

Alfred E. Hubbard b. Sep 1866
Marriage*c 1891 Principal=Alfred E. Hubbard4,2 
Child

Citations

  1. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 154, Image 4.
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 101, Image 21.
  3. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Platte Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska.
  4. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Platte Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska, ED 105, Image 10.
  5. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 142, Image 4.
  6. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 28-18, Image 24.
  7. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Platte Valley, Douglas Co., Nebraska; ED 105, Image 10.

Elizabeth Hull1

F, b. 18 February 1645/46, d. 25 September 1689
Birth*18 Feb 1645/46 1 
Marriage*28 Nov 1661 Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; Principal=Israel Dibble1 
Married Name28 Nov 1661 Dibble1 
Death*25 Sep 1689 1 

Family

Israel Dibble b. 29 Aug 1637, d. 12 Dec 1697

Citations

  1. [S392] Jr. Van Buren Lamb., Dibble Genealogy - Your Ancestors (as extracted by E.H. Wagener (not seen)),.

Alf F. Hulteng1,2

M, b. 10 April 1894, d. 24 September 1970
Birth*10 Apr 1894 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail Co., Minnesota1,2,3 
Marriage*c 1924 Principal=Margaret Ingeborg Thorgrimson1 
Residence*1930 12 13th Ave S, Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota; Age 35, born in Minnesota. Father born in Sweden, mother born in Norway. Contractor. Married at age 26.

Enumerated with Margaret 33, Andrea 4 years 10 months and Alf Jr. 2 years and 8 months.1 
Residence1940 1212 Lincoln Dr., Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota; Age 45, born in Fergus Falls. Engineer for the City of Grandforks.

Enumrated with Margaret 42, Andrea 14, Alf J. 12, and David 5.2 
Death*24 Sep 1970 Billings, Yellowstone Co., Montana; Widowed4 

Family

Margaret Ingeborg Thorgrimson b. Dec 1896, d. 9 May 1967
Children
  • Andrea Hulteng1
  • Alf Hulteng Jr.1
  • David Hulteng2

Citations

  1. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota; ED 17, Image 5.
  2. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Grand Forks, Grand Forks Co., North Dakota; ED 18-18, Image 14.
  3. [S7] Automated Archives., Social Security Death Index (CD ROM), Alf Hulteng, died Sept 1970, Billings, Yellowstone Co., Montana.
  4. [S561] Montana Death Index 1907-2002, online at www.ancestry.com, Alf F. Hulteng, died 24 Sept 1970, age 76, Yellowstone Co., Montana.

Nellie W. Hunter1,2

F, b. 13 December 1863, d. 20 November 1956
FatherWilliam R. Hunter
Mother(?) Dyer3
Married Name Hubbard 
Birth*13 Dec 1863 Minnesota4,2 
Marriage*1884 Groom=Arthur O. Hubbard1,5 
Residence1900 1775 Girard Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 37, born Dec 1863 in Minnesota. Both parents born in Maine. Mother of 3 of whom 2 are living.2 
Residence*1910 1770 Girard, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 46, married for 26 years6 
Residence1920 1775 Girard Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 567 
Residence1930 601 46th St W, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 66, widow, born in Minnesota. Both parents born in Maine. No occupation.8 
Residence1940 4344 Bryant Ave, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; Age 76, born in Minnesota.9 
Death*20 Nov 1956 Hennepin Co., Minnesota4 

Family

Arthur O. Hubbard b. 15 Aug 1860, d. 13 May 1924
Marriage*1884 Groom=Arthur O. Hubbard1,5 
Children

Citations

  1. [S93] History of Minneapolis; Gateway to the Northwest (S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1923.),.
  2. [S6] 1900 US Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 41, Image 20.
  3. [S522] Minnesota Department of Health., Online Index to Minnesota Death Certificates at Ancestry.com (Ancestry.com), Death Certificate Entry for Nellie Hunter Hubbard: State File # 025129.
  4. [S522] Minnesota Department of Health., Online Index to Minnesota Death Certificates at Ancestry.com (Ancestry.com), State File # 025129.
  5. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 54. Obit forArthur O. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  6. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 74, 4-WD; Sheet 13.
  7. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, ED 78, 4-WD; Sheet 5B.
  8. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 255, Image 17.
  9. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota; ED 89-418, Image 13.

William R. Hunter1

M
Marriage* Principal=(?) Dyer 

Family

(?) Dyer
Child

Citations

  1. [S93] History of Minneapolis; Gateway to the Northwest (S.J. Clarke Publishing Co., 1923.),.

Abigail Huntington1

F, d. 6 January 1769
Marriage* Principal=James Steele1 
Married Name Steele1 
Death*6 Jan 1769 1 

Family

James Steele b. 6 Feb 1737, d. 5 Apr 1812

Citations

  1. [S176] Daniel Steele Durrie, Steele Family - Genealogical History of John and George Steele; Settlers of Hartford Conn. 1635-1636; Their Descendants (1862. Reprint on Internet (Jodi Catano)),.

John Huntington1

M
Marriage* Principal=Sarah Steele1 

Family

Sarah Steele b. 6 Jun 1733

Citations

  1. [S176] Daniel Steele Durrie, Steele Family - Genealogical History of John and George Steele; Settlers of Hartford Conn. 1635-1636; Their Descendants (1862. Reprint on Internet (Jodi Catano)),.

David Hurlbut1

M, b. 11 August 1688
Birth*11 Aug 1688 Middletown, Middlesex Co., Connecticut, USA1 
Marriage*22 Sep 1709 Principal=Mary Savage2,1 

Family

Mary Savage b. 11 Feb 1690/91

Citations

  1. [S167] James Francis Savage, Family of John Savage of Middletown, Conn - 1652 (David Clapp & Son, Boston, 1894),.
  2. [S163] Charles Collard Adams, Middletown Upper Houses (The Grafton Press, NY, 1908),.

Sarah Hurlbut1

F
Marriage*19 Sep 1765 Principal=Reuben Stocking1,2 
Married Name19 Sep 1765 Stocking1 

Family

Reuben Stocking b. 12 Feb 1744

Citations

  1. [S165] Charles Henry Wright Stocking., The Stocking Ancestry Comprising the Descendants of George Stocking Founder of the American Family (The Lakeside Press, 1903),.
  2. [S169] M.D. Edward E. Cornwall, "Family of George Stocking," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 50 (April 1896): 171-176.

Elizabeth Hutchins

F, d. 1710
Married Name Ayer 
Marriage*1 Apr 1656 Haverhill, Essex Co., Massachusetts; Groom=Thomas Ayer1,2 
Death*1710 1 

Family

Thomas Ayer b. 1630, d. 9 Nov 1686

Citations

  1. [S64] Sidney Perley, Ayer Genealogy (1900; Reprinted by Parker River Researchers; Newburyport, Mass., 1986),.
  2. [S107] Genealogy of Eleven Generations of John Ayer, The Founder and His Family in America - Salisbury, MA - 1640 compiled by Mrs. W.R. Burlingame.., Typescript. 1952. Minneapolis, MN; 1952 and revised 1960., Minnesota Historical Society,.

Elizabeth Hutchinson1

F, b. 4 November 1639, d. 16 September 1728
Birth*4 Nov 1639 Boston, Massachusetts1 
Marriage*8 Feb 1668 Boston, Massachusetts; Principal=Edward Winslow1,2 
Married Name8 Feb 1668 Winslow1 
Death*16 Sep 1728 Boston, Massachusetts; In her 89th year1 

Family

Edward Winslow b. c 1635, d. 19 Nov 1682

Citations

  1. [S451] Revised by Robert S. Wakefield, FASG originally compiled by Robert Moody Sherman and Verle Delano Vincent, Mayflower Families Through Five Generations - Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. Dec 1620, Family: James Chilton, Volume 15, 1997 (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1990), p. 14.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 66.

Clifford Hutton1

M
FatherJonathan B. Hutton1 b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard1 b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Residence*1916 Osaki, Minnesota1 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).

Grace Winifred Hutton

F, b. August 1872, d. 23 February 1957
FatherJonathan B. Hutton b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Birth Orange, Wisconsin1 
Birth1 Aug 1870 New York2 
Birth*Aug 1872 Wisconsin3 
Marriage*1891 John B. Hutton's home, Perry, Wyoming Co., New York; They were 2nd cousins.

Notice of the wedding:
Hubbard-Hutton
It will be remembered by our readers that Mr. P.P. Hubbard, of this city, left on July 1 for an extended eastern tour. His mission and the result are fully explained by the following article, taken from the Perry, N.Y. Times of July 22:

The Hubbard-Hutton weding last week was a pleasing social orrurence at the resident of John B. Hutton, Grace Winifred to Parris P. Hubbard, a young business man of the firm of Hubbard & Carman, of Cheney, Wash. The Rev. CH. Dibble officiated in the presence of some sixty guests, some of whom were from Warren, Warsaw and Chicago. The fair bride was tastefully attired in a handsome dress of delicate corn color, with Marshal Neil roses. The groom wore the conventional black dress suit, and looke the joy he felt in securing such a charming bride. The presents were both numerous and valuable, including a cheque for $100 from Mr. J. B. Hutton, many of the gifts came from a distance some coming from California and the west. On Wednesday at 5:05 p.m. the happy couple left for a short visit among friends in Chicago and other points west, after which they will leave for the new home in Cheney, Wash. The Times joins wishes with other Perry friends for their success and happiness and a long life of usefulness.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard returned home last Saturday morning and have taken up thier abode in their cosy new cottage at the corner of Sixth and F streets. The Sentinel extends congratulations to the happy young couple.; Principal=Paris Petitt Hubbard4,1 
Married Name1891 Hubbard 
Residence1900 Dolbur Place, Perry, Wyoming Co., New York; Age 27, born in Aug 1872, married 9 years, mother of 2 children, both living. Born in Wisconsin, both parents born in New York.3 
Residence1910 Perry, Wyoming Co., New York; Age 40, married 19 years, mother of 2 children, both living. Born in Wisconsin both parents born in New York.5 
Residence1915 East Avenue, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York; Age 42, US Born, Housework.6 
Residence1920 Seymour Rd, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; Age 47, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in New York.7 
Residence1925 Seymour Rd, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; Age 54, housework, US born.8 
Residence*1930 68 Seymour Rd, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; Age 59, married at age 20, born in Wisconsin, both parents born in New York.9 
Death*23 Feb 1957 Oakland, California; Grace W. Hubbard was survived by one son, Halsey E. Hubbard of Fairport, NY; one brother, Herbert Hutton, of CA; for grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.2 
Note*26 Feb 1957 Oakland, California; Funeral10 
Burial*1 Apr 1957 Irondequoit Cemetery, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York2 

Family

Paris Petitt Hubbard b. 22 Aug 1867, d. 31 Dec 1934
Marriage*1891 John B. Hutton's home, Perry, Wyoming Co., New York; They were 2nd cousins.

Notice of the wedding:
Hubbard-Hutton
It will be remembered by our readers that Mr. P.P. Hubbard, of this city, left on July 1 for an extended eastern tour. His mission and the result are fully explained by the following article, taken from the Perry, N.Y. Times of July 22:

The Hubbard-Hutton weding last week was a pleasing social orrurence at the resident of John B. Hutton, Grace Winifred to Parris P. Hubbard, a young business man of the firm of Hubbard & Carman, of Cheney, Wash. The Rev. CH. Dibble officiated in the presence of some sixty guests, some of whom were from Warren, Warsaw and Chicago. The fair bride was tastefully attired in a handsome dress of delicate corn color, with Marshal Neil roses. The groom wore the conventional black dress suit, and looke the joy he felt in securing such a charming bride. The presents were both numerous and valuable, including a cheque for $100 from Mr. J. B. Hutton, many of the gifts came from a distance some coming from California and the west. On Wednesday at 5:05 p.m. the happy couple left for a short visit among friends in Chicago and other points west, after which they will leave for the new home in Cheney, Wash. The Times joins wishes with other Perry friends for their success and happiness and a long life of usefulness.

Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard returned home last Saturday morning and have taken up thier abode in their cosy new cottage at the corner of Sixth and F streets. The Sentinel extends congratulations to the happy young couple.; Principal=Paris Petitt Hubbard4,1 
Children

Citations

  1. [S409] Transcription from Hubbard Family Bible. Transcriber not known and Bible not further identified, but notation says "Copied from the Hubbard Bible given to Paris [Paris P. Hubbard] by Clara Stubbs",.
  2. [S416] Online record, 4 Feb 2003 June C. Feder, e-mail address.
  3. [S6] 1900 US Census, Perry, Wyoming Co., New York; ED 130, Image 28.
  4. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 5. Newspaper article about the marriage of Parris P. Hubbard and Grace Winifred Hutton (source newspaper not identified).
  5. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Perry,Wyoming Co., New York; ED 188, Image 9.
  6. [S651] 1915 North Dakota State Census, Rochester, Monroe Co., New York, AD 2, ED 2, Image 19.
  7. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; ED 19, Image 22.
  8. [S650] 1925 North Dakota State Census, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York, AD 1, ED 5, Image 15.
  9. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; ED 226, Image 1.
  10. [S417] Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean's Birthday Book (book incscribed to Hattiebelle on 4 Sept 1921),.
  11. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 55. Article about the marriage of Ruth Cambell and John L. Hubbard (source newspaper not identified).
  12. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 50. Article about the marriage of Halsey E. Hubbard and Emma L. Warren (source newspaper not identified).

Harry J. Hutton

M
FatherJonathan B. Hutton b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Residence*1916 Sioux City, Iowa1 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).

Herbert R. Hutton

M
FatherJonathan B. Hutton b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Residence*1916 Buffalo, New York1 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).

Jonathan B. Hutton1,2

M, b. 10 March 1838
Birth*10 Mar 1838 Mt. Morris, Livingston Co., New York1 
Marriage*c 1852 Spring Prairie, Walworth Co., Wisconsin, USA; Principal=Hannah M. Hubbard1,3 
Residence*1920 Seymour Rd, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., Washington D.C.; Age 86, widower, born in New York, both parents born in New York. Residing with his daughter's (Grace Hubbard's) family.4 

Family

Hannah M. Hubbard b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Children

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).
  2. [S23] 1880 US Census, IA,.
  3. [S440] Halsey Hubbard, Filed 17 January 1876,.
  4. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Irondequoit, Monroe Co., New York; ED 19, Image 22.

Paul D. Hutton1

M
FatherJonathan B. Hutton1 b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard1 b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Residence*1916 Buffalo, New York1 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).

Romaine E. Hutton1

M
FatherJonathan B. Hutton1 b. 10 Mar 1838
MotherHannah M. Hubbard1 b. 10 Mar 1838, d. Jan 1916
Residence*1916 Sioux City, Iowa1 

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 44. Obit for Mrs. J.B. Hutton (source newspaper not identified).

Bergitta Lucia Hveding1

F, b. circa 1769, d. 12 June 1823
Name Variation Birgita Lusia Vidding2 
Birth*c 1769 2 
Married Name6 Nov 1794 Gjaever3,1 
Marriage*6 Nov 1794 Kværford, Troms, Norway; Principal=Niels Hanssen Gjaever3,1
Residence*1801 Maursund, Skjervøy, Troms, Norway; Age 322 
Death*12 Jun 1823 Vebbestad, Kværford, Troms, Norway; Age 544 
Burial*19 Jun 1823 4 

Family

Niels Hanssen Gjaever b. 2 Jan 1752, d. 20 Aug 1827
Marriage*6 Nov 1794 Kværford, Troms, Norway; Principal=Niels Hanssen Gjaever3,1
Children

Citations

  1. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Troms county, Kvæfjord, Parish register (official) nr. 1 (1751-1822), Chronological list 1794, page 338-339.,.
  2. [S5] 1801 Norway Census, Maursund, Skjervøy, Troms, Norway.
  3. [S25] Rev. H.G. Stub, "Reminiscences From Bygone Days," The North Star Volume 4, Number 7 (January-February 1922):, Maursund, Skjervøy (Schiervøe)Troms, Noway,.
  4. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Troms county, Kvæfjord, Parish register (official) nr. 2 (1821-1830), Death and burial records 1823, page 189-190.,.
  5. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Troms county, Skjervøy, Parish register (official) nr. 2 (1781-1817), Birth and baptism records 1803, page 220-221.,.
  6. [S637] Norwegian Parish Register Troms county, Skjervøy, Parish register (official) nr. 2 (1781-1817), Birth and baptism records 1805, page 254-255.,.

Minnie E. Hyde1

F, d. 14 March 1818
Death*14 Mar 1818 Baltimore, Maryland1 
Married Namec 1881 Adams1 
Marriage*c 1881 Principal=Wilsie Webster Adams1 
Burial* Tioga Co. Cemetery, Tioga Co., New York1 

Family

Wilsie Webster Adams b. c 1863

Citations

  1. [S545] Pete Adams to Dixie Hansen. 19 August 2007, e-mail address.

Priscilla Hyde1

F, b. 1735, d. 20 June 1798
Name Variation Hide2 
Married Name Budington1 
Birth*1735 1,2 
Marriage* Principal=Jonathan Budington1,3 
Death*20 Jun 1798 63 yrs, 10 da.1,2 
Burial* South Cemetery, Leyden, Massachusetts; Gravestone: Priscilla Budington, Consort of Capt. Jonathan Budington, departed this life June 20,1798. Age 63 years 10 days.4 

Family

Jonathan Budington b. 1 Oct 1732, d. 5 Jun 1810

Citations

  1. [S393] Nancy (Gobler) Westenfield, Budington/Buddington Descendants Chart, circa 2000,.
  2. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), Page 69.
  3. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), page 47; apparently from records of 1st Congregational Church of Groton (not seen); 69.
  4. [S404] Assisted by Ruth Buddington Leighton Richard Walter Nielson, The Budington Buddington Family (Nielson Publishing Co., 1989, 830p), pages 74.

Hans Hylling1

M, d. 1733
Employment* Fane i Midthordland, Hordaland, Norway; Kapellan1 
Marriage* Principal=Maren Bugge1 
Death*1733 1 

Family

Maren Bugge d. 1750

Citations

  1. [S640] P.C. B. Bondesen, Slœgten Bugge i Danmark og Norge (C. Schønemanns Gogtrykkeri., Nyborg, 1909), page 68.

Eli Elisabeth Hysing1

F
Marriage* Principal=Ulrich Vilhelm Koren1 
Married Name Koren1 

Family

Ulrich Vilhelm Koren
Child

Citations

  1. [S590] Otto Hjort, Stamtavle over En Norsk Familie Hjort (Grøndahl & Søns Bogtrykkeri, Kristiania, 1912), Page 26.

Sofia Håkansdotter1,2

F, b. 14 October 1844, d. 1 September 1923
Married Name Collén3 
Name Variation Sophia4 
Married Name Colin1 
Name Variation Sophia 
Birth*14 Oct 1844 Ronneby Parish, Blekinge Co., Sweden1,5 
Marriage*13 Sep 1879 Ronneby Parish, Blekigne Co., Sweden; 2nd marriage for Salomon, 1st for Sofia; Salomon is 30; Residing Brukarb 100, Kallinge; Principal=Salomon Johanneson1,4 
Married Name13 Sep 1879 Johanneson1,4 
Residencebt 1887 - 1933 Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois5 
Residenceb 1890 Ronneby Parsish, Blekigne Co., Sweden3 
Immigration*1890 Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; Age 45. In the immigrating party: Sofia Collén age 45; Emelia Maria, age 9; Augusta, age 10; Hilda Sofia, Age 11; and Johan Harold, age 4.

Their parish was Ronneby in Blekginge county. They were departing from Malmö for Chicago.1,6,3 
Naturalization*1894 1 
Residence*1910 556 N 50th Ave, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; Age 65, married 30 years (1st marriage), mother of 4 children of whom 2 are living. Born in Sweden, immigrated 1890.1 
Residence1920 556 N LaVergne Ave, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; age 75, immigrated in 1890, naturalized in 1894, born in Sweden. Reads and writes in Swedish.6 
Residence1923 5118 Crystal, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois5 
Death*1 Sep 1923 Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; Cause of deah: Chronic myocarditis (2 years) with contributory cause of acute bronchitis (13 days).

Married, spouse is Salomon Colin. Residing at 5118 Crystal in Chicago, Illinois. 78 years, 10 months, 17 days. Born in Ronneby, Sweden. Both parents born in Sweden. Father is Mons Hakanson.

Has resided in Chicago and the US for 33 years. Informant is Solomon Colin.7,5 
Burial*5 Sep 1928 Forest Home, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois5 

Family

Salomon Johanneson b. 14 Mar 1849, d. 26 May 1926
Marriage*13 Sep 1879 Ronneby Parish, Blekigne Co., Sweden; 2nd marriage for Salomon, 1st for Sofia; Salomon is 30; Residing Brukarb 100, Kallinge; Principal=Salomon Johanneson1,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S94] 1910 US Federal Census, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois; ED 1521, Sheet 2B.
  2. [S535] Ronneby Parish, Blekigne, Sweden, Births and Baptisms 1877-1887, online record # 1773.164.21000 (baptism of Emelia Maria),.
  3. [S503] Databasen CD-Emigranten (Svenska Emigrantinstitutet, Emigrantregistret i Karlstad and the project Göteborgs-Emigranten, 2001, English Version), Emihamn Database 1890:3060:2593.
  4. [S535] Ronneby Parish, Blekigne, Sweden, Ronneby Parish Records, Blekinge Co., Sweden; Marraiges 1862-1887; GID: 1773.166.65100,.
  5. [S550] Sophia Colin, Death Certificate Certificate # 23582, date of death - 1 September 1923, Cook Co., Illinois; File date not decipherable,.
  6. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Chicago, Cook Co., Illionois; ED 2118, Sheet 12 B.
  7. [S534] State of Illinois., Illinois Statwide Death Index 1916-1950 (www.cyberdriveillinois.com), Certificate #6023582, filed 3 Sept 1923.
  8. [S535] Ronneby Parish, Blekigne, Sweden, Ronneby Parish Records, Blekinge Co., Sweden; Household Examinations 1872-1880; Kallinge 100, page 97,.
  9. [S535] Ronneby Parish, Blekigne, Sweden, Births and Baptisms 1877-1887, online record # 1773.164.27000,.

Ingiel Håkonsdotter1

F, b. 1762, d. 3 November 1823
FatherHåkan Jonsson1 b. 1729, d. 17 Jul 1787
MotherBritta Nilsdotter1 b. 18 Feb 1730, d. 28 May 1801
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Hilda Marie Ingeborg Liljendahl
Birth*1762 Kymstad, Gräsmark, Värmland, Sweden1 
Marriage*1 Nov 1781 Gräsmark, Värmland, Sweden; Principal=Jöns Persson1 
Death*3 Nov 1823 Portner, Gräsmark, Värmland, Sweden1 

Family

Jöns Persson b. 15 Jul 1757
Child

Citations

  1. [S275] Research provided by Curt Persson on the Liljendahl Family.

Lisbet Håvardsdatter

F, b. 1811, d. 1881
FatherHåvard Pedersson Nundal b. 1772, d. 1836
MotherDurdei Sjursdotter Åretun
Birth*1811 Vestre Nundal, Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Death*1881 Vestre Nundal, Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 

Citations

  1. [S49] Bygdebok for Årdal (utgjevi Av Årdal Kommune, 1985),.

Lisbet Håvardsdotter Hestetun

F
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Aleda P. Hooverson
Marriage*1767 Groom=Peder Kristensson Nundal1 

Family

Peder Kristensson Nundal b. 1741, d. 1818
Children

Citations

  1. [S49] Bygdebok for Årdal (utgjevi Av Årdal Kommune, 1985),.

Kristen Håvardsson Nundal

M, b. 9 May 1813, d. September 1869
FatherHåvard Pedersson Nundal b. 1772, d. 1836
MotherDurdei Sjursdotter Åretun
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Aleda P. Hooverson
Note* From Joyce Ryll to Sally Severson: They immigrated to America from Aardal, Norway, in 1846. Christen and sons, Tom and Hoover, are thought to be about the first to arrive of those who were to be members of the Kickapoo Church, est. 1853. They came to the Kickapoo area with the Fortney's around 1853. To the Hooverson home, came the Edre Hestitune family, illustrating the bounteous hospitality of the immigrant cabin dweller. In December 1854, Tom Hestitune was born. He and the Hooverson baby girl, Dena, were carried to West Prairie for Christening.1 
Employment* Farmer2 
Name Variation Christen Hooverson 
Biography* In 1860 census, Christian Hooverson is enumerated with his family as a farmer in Clayton, Crawford Co., WI. Real Estate is valued at $1,000 and personal estate at $150. 
Birth*9 May 1813 Årdal, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway3,4 
Birth13 May 1813 1 
Marriage*22 Jun 1842 Bride=Anna Nagel Torsteinsdotter3,4 
Immigration*23 Feb 1847 Clayton, Crawford Co., Wisconsin; Christen Haavers., wife Anna Torstend., sons, Haaver Christens. and Peder Christens., of Nundal, left Norway on February 23, 1847. This records lists Christen's birthdate as 1811, Anna's as 1821, Haaver, 1844 and Peder, June 1, 1846.3,4,5 
Residence*1860 Clayton, Crawford Co., Wisconsin6 
Death*Sep 1869 Clayton, Crawford Co., Wisconsin; Disease of Liver4,2 
Burial* Hooverson Cemetery, Crawford Co., Wisconsin; Karsten Ohnstad: Our relative Dr. James Leary of Soldiers Grove took me out to a farm cemetery several years ago near Soldiers Grove, and we found the gravestones of Kristin and Anna Seim Hooverson. I believe that the Hooversons were known as Nundahl when they came to American in 1846. They came from a town in Norway on the Sognafjord called Aardal, a mountain town which today contains Norways largest aluminum factory.1,7 

Family

Anna Nagel Torsteinsdotter b. 3 Feb 1825, d. 5 Aug 1904
Marriage*22 Jun 1842 Bride=Anna Nagel Torsteinsdotter3,4 
Children

Citations

  1. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004.
  2. [S478] Mortality Schedule, 1870, Crawford Co., Wisconsin, page 92, Family 181 (from online transcript).
  3. [S49] Bygdebok for Årdal (utgjevi Av Årdal Kommune, 1985),.
  4. [S51] Lars E. Øyane, Gards- og Ættesoge for Luster Kommune, Vol 2, Dale 1 Sokn. (Luster Kommune),.
  5. [S466] Sally Severson Dixie Hansen. 2004, e-mail address. Genealogy Register: Descendants of Harvard Person Nundal, 3 June 2004 (her source his Digitalarkivet Record #36166,7,8,9.
  6. [S18] 1860 US Census, WI,.
  7. [S492] Karsten Ohnstad Borghild Borkum. 25 March 1980, 8 W Wentworth Court, Minneapolis, MN 55419.
  8. [S15] 1880 US Census, WI, ED 42, Sheet 1.

Mauritz Bøyesen Høyer

M, d. September 1705
Birth* Høyer (Holsten)1 
Biography* Sorenskriver i Finmarken (Sorenskriver = chief magistrate of a rural district) 
Marriage*1702 Bride=Abel Holberg1 
Death*Sep 1705 Finmarken1 

Family

Abel Holberg

Citations

  1. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.

Anna Hüttenmayer1

F, b. 1641, d. 26 December 1704
FatherWolfgang Hüttenmayer1
MotherUrsula (?)1
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Birth*1641 1 
Marriage*9 Jun 1663 Weissenburg, Germany; Principal=Cyriakus Døderlein1 
Married Name9 Jun 1663 Døderlein1 
Death*26 Dec 1704 Segringen, Germany1 

Family

Cyriakus Døderlein b. 23 Nov 1640, d. 8 Feb 1704
Children

Citations

  1. [S600] Christiane Toenne, e-mail address., Toenne-Hemme-Kretzschmar-Offerman Families (Ancestry.com private family tree),.

Wolfgang Hüttenmayer1

M
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Jacob Aal Ottesen Stub
Employment* Stauff v. Landeck, Gerichts-Untertan1 
Birth* Thalmässig, Germany1 
Marriage* Principal=Ursula (?)1 

Family

Ursula (?)
Child

Citations

  1. [S600] Christiane Toenne, e-mail address., Toenne-Hemme-Kretzschmar-Offerman Families (Ancestry.com private family tree),.

Gerhard Ilgner

M
Marriage*26 Nov 1914 Lyons, Walworth Co., Wisconsin; Newspaper Clipping - with notation added: Nov 26,1914

Married Thanksgiving Day.

A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stubbs in the village of Lyons at high noon on Thanksgiving day when their daughter Daisy, became the wife of Gerhard Ilgner, of Milwaukee. Standing before the corner of the parlor, prepared for the occasion with potted ferns and floral decorations, the officiating clergyman Rev. C.A. Tuttle, of the Methodist church, awaited the coming of the bridal couple. Mrs. C.R. Dyke, of Troy Cneter, played the wedding march, while the bride, attended by Miss Dagmar Rasmussen, of Racine, as bridesmaid and the groom by his brother, Howard, as best man, took their places and assumed the vowes not easily broken. In spite of earlier resolves the catch of a sob here and there among the company could not be entirely hidden. And why not? Is it a trivial matter to see the daughter of a home step into a new relation of life that successfully changes the family ties?

The bride wore a gown of white crepe de chine and tull and carried an old-fashioned bouquet of lilies of the valley and cyclomen, while the bridesmaid wore pink crepe de chine and Bohemian lace and carried pink roses. Following the wedding came a dinner to which all were ushered. Among those present were Mrs. Augusta Bennett of Beloit, Mr. and Mrs. H.N. Stubbs and Miss Olive Stubbs, of Elkhorn; Miss Montgomery of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Wellington of Harvard, Ill., Isabel Mueller, Ernest Mueller, and Miss Loraraine Maas of Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Ilgner will make their home in Milwaukee.; Principal=Daisy Stubbs1,2,3,4 

Family

Daisy Stubbs

Citations

  1. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 45. Article about the marriage of Daisy Stubbs and Gerhard Ilgner (source newspaper not identified).
  2. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 19. Obit for Nellie Maria Dyke Stubbs (source newspaper not identified).
  3. [S405] Clara A. (Hubbard) Dyke Stubbs and Hattiebelle (Hubbard) Lean., Scrapbook of Hubbard newspaper clippings relating to Hubbards from the Walworth Co. area of Wisconsin page 45. Newspaper article about the marriage of Daisy Stubbs and Gerhard Ilgner (source newspaper not identified).
  4. [S408] Marriage Record, 26 Nov 1914, "Marriage record for Daisy Stubbs and Gerhard H.C. Ilgner recorded in the records of the Lyons (Walworth Co., WI) Methodist Episcopal Church. Records are located (March 2003) at the Spring Prairie (Walworth Co., WI) Methodist Episcopal Church.,."

Inos Martha Ingalls1,2

F, b. 4 January 1889, d. 2 December 1967
MotherRosa A. (?)2 b. c 1876
Married Name Taintor2 
Name Variation Ione I.2 
Married Name Stub1 
Birth*4 Jan 1889 3 
Birthc 1894 Ohio2 
Marriage* Principal=(?) Taintor2 
Marriage*14 Nov 1917 Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois; Ione Taintor was 27, Ingolf A.H. Stub was 32; Principal=Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub1,4 
Residence*12 Sep 1918 20th and Euclid, Upland, California1 
Residence1920 520 Oxford Ave, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., Calfironia; Age 26, born in Ohio. Father born in Kentucky, mother born in Ohio.2 
Divorce* Principal=Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub5 
Residence1930 Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; Age 38, divorced, born in Ohio. Father born in Kentucky, mother born in Ohio. No occupation.

Enumerated with Betty B. 11 and Rose A. Ingalls (mother) 58.5 
Residence1940 218 Lee Highway, Falls Church, Fairfax Co., Virginia; Age 59, widow, born in Ohio. Census Clerk.

Enumerated with Elizabeth V. 21 and Rose B. Ingalls 686 
Burial* Union Cemetery, Leesburg, Loudon Co., Virginia; Plat D, Lot 1046W Site 63 
Death*2 Dec 1967 3 

Family 1

(?) Taintor
Marriage* Principal=(?) Taintor2 
Child
  • Ione Taintor2

Family 2

Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub b. 16 May 1885, d. Jan 1971
Marriage*14 Nov 1917 Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois; Ione Taintor was 27, Ingolf A.H. Stub was 32; Principal=Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub1,4 
Divorce* Principal=Ingolf Arentz Hovind Stub5 
Child

Citations

  1. [S528] Www.ancestry.com, Ingolf Arentz Stub, 12 Sept. 1918.
  2. [S95] 1920 US Federal Census, Los Angeles Assmebly District 63, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 177, Image 8.
  3. [S583] Find A Grave Website (www.findagrave.com), Ione Ingalls Stub, died 2 Dec 1967, buried in Union Cemetery in Leesburg, Loudon Co., Virginia; Memorial #50843184.
  4. [S631] Cook County Illinois Marriage Indexes, 1871-1920 (Ancestry.com), Ione I. Taintor and Inoglf A.H Stub, married 14 Nov 1917 in Evanston, Cook Co., Illinois.
  5. [S367] 1930 US Federal Census, Pasadena, Los Angeles Co., California; ED 1209, Image 14.
  6. [S619] 1940 US Federal Census, ancestry.com, Falls Church, Fairfax Co., Virginia; ED 30-9, Image 5.

Britha Ingebrigtsdotter

F, b. 26 July 1819, d. 5 September 1870
Marriage* Groom=Ole Dyreson Dalsøren 
Birth*26 Jul 1819 Brigteplassen, Haganes, Nes, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway1 
Immigration*1851 Dunn, Dane Co., Wisconsin1 
Death*5 Sep 1870 Dunn, Dane Co., Wisconsin1 

Family

Ole Dyreson Dalsøren b. 21 Oct 1821, d. 5 Sep 1894

Citations

  1. [S51] Lars E. Øyane, Gards- og Ættesoge for Luster Kommune, Vol 2, Dale 1 Sokn. (Luster Kommune),.

Johannes Ingebrigtsson Eldesgard1

M
Marriage* Bride=Kari Pedersdotter1 

Family

Kari Pedersdotter b. 1681

Citations

  1. [S49] Bygdebok for Årdal (utgjevi Av Årdal Kommune, 1985),.

Johan Christian Irgens

M, b. 6 June 1806, d. 1837
Biography* Delgobe: Skibsfører i Bergen. S. af Sognepr. til Vikør Johannes I. og Christine Stub. 
Birth*6 Jun 1806 Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway1 
Marriage*23 Jul 1837 Tysnæs, Hordaland, Norway; Bride=Bolette Rebecca Meldal Arentz1 
Death*1837 Bergen, Hordaland, Norway1 

Family

Bolette Rebecca Meldal Arentz b. 23 Jul 1809

Citations

  1. [S83] Ch Delgobe, Stamtavle over Familien Holber med Tilhørende Legater (C. Floors Forlgag, Bergen, 1884),.

Karen Andrea Isefjaer1

F
Marriage* Principal=Govert Kvaase1 
Married Name Kvaase1 

Family

Govert Kvaase
Child

Citations

  1. [S591] Johan Carl Keyser Preus, Herman Amberg Preus - A Family History (Privately Printed by the Preus Family Book Club, 1966), Pages 66-67.

Nils Ivarsson1

M, b. 1739
FatherIfwar Andersson2 b. 1 Apr 1701
MotherMarta Helgesdotter
Appears on charts:Pedigree for Carl Robert Holmen
Name Variation Ifwarsson2 
Marriage* Principal=Margretha Persdotter 
Christening1739 Misteröd, Sweden2 
Birth*1739 1 
Residencebt 1788 - 1796 Holma Nedergård, Herrestad, Göteborg och Bohus, Sweden1 

Family

Margretha Persdotter b. 1738
Children

Citations

  1. [S495] Herrestad Parish, Göteborg och Bohus, Sweden, Household Examination 1788-17969, page 27; Guns GID: 904.30.75700,.
  2. [S494] Ulla-Britt Holmqvist to Bob Holmen and Dixie Hansen. e-mail address; Strömstad, Sweden. 3 March 2005 to Robert Holmen.

Iver Iversen Leganger1

M, b. September 1680, d. 1750
Birth*Sep 1680 1 
Marriage*25 Jul 1708 Principal=Mette Dorthea Bugge1 
Employment*bt 1719 - 1750 Leikanger, Sogn og Fjordane, Norway; Sognepræst til Leikanger1 
Death*1750  
Burial*22 Sep 1750 1 

Family

Mette Dorthea Bugge b. 1690, d. 3 May 1766

Citations

  1. [S640] P.C. B. Bondesen, Slœgten Bugge i Danmark og Norge (C. Schønemanns Gogtrykkeri., Nyborg, 1909), page 52.

Betsey Ives1

F, b. circa 1780, d. 15 April 1864
Married Name Steele 
Birth*c 1780 2 
Marriage*30 Oct 1802 Groom=Aaron Steele 
Death*15 Apr 1864 2 
Burial* Ashland Cemetery, Windham, Greene Co., New York; Stone reads: Betsey Ives Wife of Aaron Steele Died April 15, 1864. aged 84 years.2 

Family

Aaron Steele b. 6 Apr 1783, d. 14 Oct 1841

Citations

  1. [S8] Evelyn Burlingame., A Genealogical History of the Hubbard Family and Allied Steele and Rowley Families (Unpublished 1975),.
  2. [S415] Ashland Cemetery in Windham (now Ashland), Greene Co., NY, Photographs by Sylvia Hasenkopf taken March 2003.

Jane Ives1

F
Marriage* Principal=Cephas Hubbard1 
Married Name Hubbard1 

Family

Cephas Hubbard b. 17 Oct 1809

Citations

  1. [S381] Compiled Records, December 2002 John E. Hubbard, 1625 B Huntington Park; Rochester Hills, MI 48309.

Amos Seward Jackson1

M, b. 26 December 1835, d. 22 July 1896
FatherWilliam L. Jackson1 b. 20 Aug 1808, d. 30 Jan 1887
MotherLucy Clementia Abbie Babbit1 b. 5 Mar 1815, d. 29 Oct 1886
Birth*26 Dec 1835 Saybrook, Ashtabula Co., Ohio1 
Marriage*1 Jan 1857 Charlestown, Portage Co., Ohio; Principal=Frances Almeda Gilman1 
Death*22 Jul 1896 Charlestown, Portage Co., Ohio1 

Family

Frances Almeda Gilman b. 25 Nov 1837, d. 1 Oct 1904

Citations

  1. [S613] Emma L. Jackson., Descendants of Daniel W. Jackson and Polly Frisbie of Naperville, Illinois (Manuscript owned by Rollin Cate Streator, Ill. / Copied by Mrs. Walter Bartow / Mrs. E. Paul Behmer / Illinois State Genealogical Records Chairman DAR, 1966), page 1.