Sarah Hubbard: Birth: 1760. Death: 1847
Title: Day, Edward W., One Thousand Years of Hubbard History 866 to 1895 (NY: Harlan Page Hubbard, 1895)
Title: DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Ed., Part II (G-O) (National Society of the DAR: Washington, 1990)
CallNumber: CS / 71 / C989 1889
Title: DAR membership appl. of Alma Rose Hubbard (#33,437) on Zadock Hubbard (1749-1814)
Name: DAR, Washington, DC
Givenname: DAR, Washington, DC
CallNumber: F129 / B74 / K44
Title: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution
Title: Vital Records
Title: Find A Grave, internet
Note: f Hubbard History 866 to 1895, (NY: Harlan Page Hubbard, 1895). Pp. 71-72. "Daniel HULBERD, the supposed son of John and Ruth Hulberd, was adopted by Thomas Ponder and Mary (Hulberd) Ponder of Westfield, Mass., and was born in 1714 in Westfield, where in 1736 he married Naomi Root In 1759 he removed to Pittsfield, Mass., where he was generally known as Captain Daniel HUBBARD. The change in the spelling from Hulberd or Hulburd to HUBBARD now takes place, and for what reason cannot at this late period be determined. Correct spelling was not then deemed of much importance. His children bore the name "Hubbard " thereafter. He was a surveyor, Revolutionary War soldier, one of the original eight members of the Pittsfield Church (organized in 1763), and died of "camp fever and hard labor." It is claimed that all his four sons and five sons-in-law were Revolutionary soldiers. Two of his sons, Capt. Daniel, Jr., and Lieut. James Hubbard, with their wives, are buried in Pittsfield Cemetery. There also is buried Daniel and his wife. A handsome marble shaft in "Saints Rest " is thus inscribed: "This monument is erected in memory of Capt Daniel HUBBARD, who died December 19, 1777, in the 64th year of his age; also Mrs. Naomy, his relict, who died January 29, 1800, aged 82. They were lovely and pleasant in their lives, and in their death they are not divided." "Children: Daniel (called deacon and captain; b 1737, d 1798, m 1759 Rachel Fally; had five children), Elizabeth (b 1739, before 1784, m Joshua Robbins; had eleven children), Azubah (b 1741, d 1742), Zadoc (b 1742, d 1747), James (called deacon and Lieut, b 1744,d 1813,m 1766 Martha Livermore; had five children), Azubah (b 1745, d 1787, m 1764 Amos Root; had fourteen children), Naomi (b 1747, d 1775, m 1768 Joseph Clark; had three children), Zadoc: (see following), Lydia (b 1750, m 1772 Amos Delano; had twelve children), Ruth b 1752, m 1789 William Ashley, of Westfield; had nine children), Dorothy (b 1754, d 1813, m Caleb Wadhams; had-eight children), Paul (b 1756, d 1758), Paul (b 1758, d 1784,111 Esther- ; had one child), and Sarah (b 1760, d 1847, m Capt Robert Francis; had twelve children." Daniel was adopted by Thomas Ponder and Mary Hulbert of Westfield (sister of John). Daniel then changed his name to Hubbard. The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 34 Miss Alma Rose Hubbard. DAR ID Number: 33437 Born in Cameron, New York. Descendant of Deacon Daniel Hubbard and of Zadock Hubbard, of Massachusetts. Daughter of Chauncey P. Hubbard and Mary Wells, his wife. Granddaughter of Nathan Hubbard and Alma Belding, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Zadock Hubbard and Lois Pomeroy, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Daniel Hubbard and Naomi Root (1718-1800), his wife, m. 1736. Daniel Hubbard, (1714-77), was a soldier who died of camp fever. Upon his monument in Saints Rest Cemetery, Pittsfield, Mass., is inscribed Captain and Patriot. He had four sons and five sons-in-law in the army. Zadock Hubbard, (1749-1814), responded to the alarm 1780 as a private in the Berkshire County militia and marched to the northward. He was born in Westfield, Mass., died in Aurora, N. Y. Also Nos. 22114, 28553, 30639. Above found on: www.rootsweb.com/~nyononda/ONONDAGA/TOWNBORD.HTM on 5/20/04.
Note: From the Internet (google search): Day, Edward W., One Thousand Years o
Note: Capt Daniel Hubbard Birth: 1712 Westfield Hampden County Massachusetts, USA Death: Dec. 19, 1777 Pittsfield Berkshire County Massachusetts, USA Daniel was born in Westfield, Massachusetts in 1712 to John and Ruth Hubbard. He married Naomi Root Dec 2, 1736 in Westfield, Ma. They moved to Pittsfield at some point after the birth of their son James in 1744. Daniel died in Pittsfield in 1777, leaving behind his wife, his son and at least one granddaughter. He is now buried in the North Border Section of the Pittsfield Cemetery with his wife, who passed away in 1800. This part of the cemetery holds the graves that were moved here from several small, older cemeteries. Please feel free to any photos added by Alyssa. I took and posted them to share with everyone. Family links: Spouse: Naomi Root Hubbard (1718 - 1800)* Burial: Pittsfield Cemetery Pittsfield Berkshire County Massachusetts, USA Plot: North Border Section Created by: Alyssa Record added: Apr 17, 2013 Find A Grave Memorial# 108648824
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