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Hubbard family

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Works: 19 works in 24 publications in 1 language and 20 library holdings
Genres: History  Genealogy  Sources  Manuscripts 
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Most widely held works by Hubbard family
by Frederic Thornton Hunt( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence, deeds, genealogical materials, legal documents, and other papers, of Hunt; members of the Hunt family; Bradley, Downer, and Watrous relatives; and Burbank, Hubbard, and Pomeroy families. Includes will and itinerary (1927) of a motor tour taken by Hunt in France; deeds and other papers of Abraham Burbank (1738-1808); patent (1852) of Luther C. White pertaining to a method for producing lamp tops or screw stoppers from sheet metal; and materials collected by Bertha Agnes (Downer) Watrous (1855-1951) relating to the Downer, Eliot, Forbes, Strong, and Watrous families
by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Genealogical records of the Hubbard family. Also includes genealogical records, 1730-1830, of the McChesney family; letter, 1928 of Joseph B. Hubbard to George Derby, Editor of National Cyclopedia of American Biography; and printed Message of Governor Hubbard, to both branches of the Legislature of the State of Maine, 1850
Hubbard Family papers by Hubbard Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Hubbard family of Hamilton include patents for fences issued to Thomas J. Hubbard, 1847, 1859; genealogical information; photos of the Hamilton fire of 1895; and clippings
Hubbard family letters by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of correspondence related to the Hubbard family of Vermont and Massachusetts. The letters concern aspects of life in mid-19th century New England, such as education, travel, and social activities
Hubbard family business records and family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Business and personal correspondence, legal documents and financial records of a Middletown, Connecticut and Wadesboro, North Carolina family. Primarily the papers of George S. Hubbard, merchant, and George A. Hubbard, grocer and part owner of the Sanseer Co. Also contains account books and records of the Sanseer Company of Middletown, manufacturer of locks, butt hinges, coal shovels and bedstead joints. Includes financial records of various Hubbard family partnerships and papers related to the Ketcham family
Hubbard-Greene papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Personal papers of the inter-related Hubbard and Greene families of Boston, and Essequibo, Guyana. Contains correspondence between Gardiner Greene (a Boston merchant) and his brother-in-law John Hubbard, 1787-1831, his father-in-law Daniel Hubbard, 1789-1793, his mother-in-law Mary Hubbard, 1791-1807, and his friend, Harrison Gray Otis, 1791; from Jane P. Hubbard (the second wife of John Hubbard), to her cousin, Sarah Black, 1816-1821; from Anna Maria Parkinson, the mother of Jane Hubbard, to her own mother Jane Rice, her sister Mary Black, and her cousin, Sally Black, 1794-1802; and correspondence received by Adelaide McCulloh, later Hubbard, 1845. Correspondence recounts business transactions between the family plantation in Guyana and Boston regarding ownership and trading of slaves, crops such as coffee and sugar, and contains inquiries about family members. Also includes family documents such as wills, a deed for land sold by Nathaniel Greene (1784), and an appraisal of property owned by John Hubbard (1804)
George Hubbard and some of his descendants by Hubbard family( Book )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Hubbard family papers and records by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The collection consists of correspondence, legal papers, accounts, and bills and receipts of members of a Middletown, Connecticut, family. It is arranged in four series. Series I and II represent George S. and George A. Hubbard, respectively. Included with their husbands' papers are those of their wives, Elizabeth A. Hubbard and Caroline Hubbard. George A. Hubbard's grocery business records are found in the second Series. Series III contains the records of the Sanseer Manufacturing Company, in which George A. was a part owner. The account books are followed by correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, and bills, receipts, orders of payment and freight bills. The final Series contains assorted family papers, including those of John Jay and Charles J. Hubbard, and several companies bearing the Hubbard name but which do not relate to the family members in the first two series. Wines, Burt and Ketcham family papers are also within the series and are arranged chronologically. Three members of the Ketcham family have their own folders, namely Sanford Ketcham, Elizabeth Ketcham and Clara Ketcham Carll
Blake family papers by Blake family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Family papers of inventor and physicist Francis Blake (1850-1913), mainly correspondence of his wife Elizabeth (Hubbard) Blake, and their children Agnes (later Fitzgerald) and Benjamin S. Blake. Frequent correspondents include Elizabeth's sisters Charlotte (Hubbard) Young and Louisa (Hubbard) Jackson Canda, among other Hubbard family members; and Benjamin's wife Ruth (Field) and her mother Amelia D. Field
by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Papers of the Hubbard family, particularly Elias (1746-1832) and his son Elias, Jr. (1776-1864), include deeds and mortgages for property in Flatlands; bills of sale for slaves; and apprenticeship agreements. Also contains material relating to Flatlands including town law regulating clamming, 1808; minutes of the Flatlands Temperance Society, 1830; school district records; minutes of meetings on the Brooklyn City Charter; and Dutch Reformed Church minutes. Also a copy of General Howe's proclamation to the loyalists
Francis Blake papers by Francis Blake( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

83 boxes containing correspondence and a 50-volume diary, 1866-1913; 41 scrapbooks; and 5 photograph albums, chronicling Blake's service with the United States Coast Survey (1866-1875), his work as an astronomer with the Darien Exploring Expedition (1870), his determination of differences in longitude between Greenwich, England, and the U.S., and his experiments in physics and electrical communication which led to the development of the Blake transmitter for the Bell Telephone Company. The papers also include extensive records of household expenses; business investments; the construction of his estate, Keewaydin (Weston, Mass.); his photographic interests; and his association with the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Massachusetts General Hospital, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Thursday Evening Club, the Brookline (Mass.) Country Club, and the town of Weston
Hubbard Family papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Correspondence; family records; biographical materials
Papers by Hubbard Family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Thomas, Frederick, and Robert Hubbard family papers by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection is made up of correspondence, diaries, writings, documents, and other material related to Thomas Hill Hubbard of Utica, New York, and his sons Frederick and Robert
Hubbard family papers by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The majority of the papers represent personal correspondence among Albert Wells Hubbard, his wife Emma Roxanna Spencer Hubbard and their immediate family. Correspondence with friends and colleagues is also included. The bulk of the material documents his years as a missionary in Sivas, Turkey between 1873 and 1899. Emma corresponded regularly with Albert's siblings and parents and the extended Spencer family; her sisters and parents. Correspondence with their children is located in Series 1 and 2 of the papers
Hubbard family papers by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

A collection of correspondence, deeds, an estate inventory, and probate documents of the Hubbard family. Includes a marriage certificate for Edwin Bassett and Caroline Hubbard. Branches of the family lived in different Connecticut towns, including Caleb Hubbard of Middletown and Reuben Hubbard of Hartford. Winslow Hubbard wrote to his cousin from California. Others represented within the collection include Thomas Spencer of Manchester, whose estate inventory was taken in April 1832 and which includes several deeds
by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Domestic correspondence of Lucius Lee Hubbard (1849-1933), and that of his wife, their three daughters, and other relatives in Cambridge, Mass. and Houghton, Michigan. Most of the letters are addressed to his daughter Frances Hubbard Flaherty, the wife and co-worker of Robert J. Flaherty, the film director. There is also correspondence of the parents and relatives of Mrs. Hubbard, the Lambard family of Georgia
Hubbard family papers by Hubbard family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Deeds, land-grants, petitions, indentures, legal and financial papers, a military commission in the New York Militia from "his Majesty's Governor" to Hendrick Hempel (1754), and other papers and records of the Kinne, Miller, Edwards, and Hubbard families, chiefly of Onondaga County, New York
McMurphy family papers by McMurphy family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Members of the McMurphy family were important players in the settlement of Rock Island County, Illinois, in the early to mid-19th century. The McMurphy family papers contains documents relating to the personal and professional lives of two generations of McMurphys in Rock Island County, Illinois, including legal documents, financial records, and correspondence. The papers are arranged by individual family member in the following series: George Rodney McMurphy papers, 1828-1884; George W. McMurphy papers, 1843-1903; Edward M. McMurphy papers, 1866-1907; and Mary E. (Moody) McMurphy papers, 1856-1930. A fifth series contains the papers of related families and Miscellaneous materials
 
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