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  1. Robert Tubbs: Birth: 24 MAR 1780 in CT. Death: 9 AUG 1865

  2. Polly Tubbs: Birth: 15 SEP 1789 in Southport, Chemung Co., NY. Death: 21 JAN 1867 in Elkland, Tioga Co., PA

  3. Susanna Tubbs: Birth: 10 JAN 1794 in Elmira, Chemung Co., NY. Death: 6 MAR 1881 in Lawrenceville, Lawrence Twp., Tioga Co., PA

  4. Samuel Tubbs: Birth: 15 DEC 1794 in Southport, Chemung Co., NY. Death: 15 MAY 1870 in Osceola, Tioga Co., PA

  5. Benjamin Tubbs: Birth: 19 DEC 1796. Death: 19 AUG 1873


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a. Note:   l Sketches has: SAMUEL TUBBS, SR., a son of Lebbeus and Bathsheba (Hamilton) Tubbs, was born in Lyme, Connecticut, in 1755. In 1773 he came with his parents from New London, Connecticut, to Pennsylvania, and settled at Wyoming. August 26, 1776, he enlisted in Capt. Robert Durkee’s Independent Company, which was attached to Col. John Durkee’s regiment of the Connecticut Line. He remained in the service until the close of the Revolution, participating in the battles of Bound Brook, Mill Stone River, Mud Creek, Brandywine and Germantown. He wintered with his army at Valley Forge, and served in Sullivan’s Expedition against the Indians of the Genesee valley in 1779. His father and the other members of the family were in the fort at Wyoming during the massacre, but escaped unhurt. His command was on its way to the valley at the time and stopped the night before at Shoup’s Tavern, Northampton county, Pennsylvania. In 1787 he removed to Newtown, now Elmira, New York, where he remained until March, 1811, when he came to Tioga county and settled at Elkland, on a tract of land the original warrant for which was issued to Dr. Henry Lattimer, of Wilmington, Delaware. Here he remained until his death, September 7, 1841. Mr. Tubbs married Sarah Susannah Dorrance, eldest child of Lieut. Col. George and Mary (Wilson) Dorrance. Colonel Dorrance was killed in the Wyoming Massacre. Mrs. Tubbs was born in 1760, and died August 16, 1838. She was the mother of eleven children, as follows: A son born in 1778, who died in childhood; Robert, born March 24, 1780, married Clara Hoyt, and died August 9, 1865; Cynthia, born May 11, 1782, married Samuel Jenkins, and died March 6, 1860; Betsey, born in 1786, married Jonathan Jenkins, and died March 28, 1817; Polly, born September 15, 1789, married David Hammond, and died January 21, 1867; George, born in 1790, and died in 1792; Susannah, born January 10, 1794, married John Ryon, Jr., and died March 5, 1881; Samuel, born December 15, 1794, married Permelia Taylor, and died May 15, 1870; Benjamin, born December 19, 1796, married Polly Taylor, and died August 19, 1873; James, born in January, 1800, married Sally Coates, and died November 20, 1823, and Hannah, born December 25, 1802, married Martin Stevens, and died May 24, 1850. * * * http://www.joycetice.com/1897/ch60d.htm Brown's 1897 History of Tioga County, Pennsylvania SAMUEL TUBBS, SR., a son of Lebbeus and Bathsheba (Hamilton) Tubbs, was born in Lyme, Connecticut, in 1755. In 1773 he came with his parents from New London, Connecticut, to Pennsylvania, and settled at Wyoming. August 26, 1776, he enlisted in Capt. Robert Durkee’s Independent Company, which was attached to Col. John Durkee’s regiment of the Connecticut Line. He remained in the service until the close of the Revolution, participating in the battles of Bound Brook, Mill Stone River, Mud Creek, Brandywine and Germantown. He wintered with his army at Valley Forge, and served in Sullivan’s Expedition against the Indians of the Genesee valley in 1779. His father and the other members of the family were in the fort at Wyoming during the massacre, but escaped unhurt. His command was on its way to the valley at the time and stopped the night before at Shoup’s Tavern, Northampton county, Pennsylvania. In 1787 he removed to Newtown, now Elmira, New York, where he remained until March, 1811, when he came to Tioga county and settled at Elkland, on a tract of land the original warrant for which was issued to Dr. Henry Lattimer, of Wilmington, Delaware. Here he remained until his death, September 7, 1841. Mr. Tubbs married Sarah Susannah Dorrance, eldest child of Lieut. Col. George and Mary (Wilson) Dorrance. Colonel Dorrance was killed in the Wyoming Massacre. Mrs. Tubbs was born in 1760, and died August 16, 1838. She was the mother of eleven children, as follows: A son born in 1778, who died in childhood; Robert, born March 24, 1780, married Clara Hoyt, and died August 9, 1865; Cynthia, born May 11, 1782, married Samuel Jenkins, and died March 6, 1860; Betsey, born in 1786, married Jonathan Jenkins, and died March 28, 1817; Polly, born September 15, 1789, married David Hammond, and died January 21, 1867; George, born in 1790, and died in 1792; Susannah, born January 10, 1794, married John Ryon, Jr., and died March 5, 1881; Samuel, born December 15, 1794, married Permelia Taylor, and died May 15, 1870; Benjamin, born December 19, 1796, married Polly Taylor, and died August 19, 1873; James, born in January, 1800, married Sally Coates, and died November 20, 1823, and Hannah, born December 25, 1802, married Martin Stevens, and died May 24, 1850.
Note:   Munsell's 1883 History of Tioga county Pennsylvania, Ch 60, Biographica


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