Edward G. Hubbard
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More on our Hubbards in the Rev. War

1. Correction:  Daniel, James and Joseph were not sons of Capt. Philip Hubbard,  They were instead his nephews, the sons of his brother Joseph.2. Their brothers Philip and Samuel also served in the…Continue

Started Feb 25

James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s
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The earliest record (to my knowledge) of my 3rd great-grandfather, James McNeal, is the 1808 publication in Leeds of his intentions of marriage with Abigail (Nabby) Hicks, daughter of Zephaniah and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Holly Nabil Dec 10, 2014.

 

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More on our Hubbards in the Rev. War

1. Correction:  Daniel, James and Joseph were not sons of Capt. Philip Hubbard,  They were instead his nephews, the sons of his brother Joseph.2. Their brothers Philip and Samuel also served in the war - both initially at Bunker Hill.  Philip subsequently served at Kittery Point in 1776, while Samuel (along with Daniel) was in the Northern Army at Saratoga in 1777.3. The Bible record written by Aaron Hubbard Jr. of Shapleigh states that his uncles Moses and Stephen were both "lost at sea in the…See More
Feb 25
Holly Nabil replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Sorry, no, I don't think Nathan's name is among the photos we shot of the ledgers but I will take a closer look to double check."
Dec 10, 2014
HAttie Irish replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Thanks for this, the information would be great to view do you have the pages where Nathan is mentioned on your camera. I hope some Historical Society will acquire this. I feel uncomfortable with purchase on EBay, and have so many original family…"
Dec 10, 2014
Holly Nabil replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Thought you folks might be interested in seeing these two store ledgers from Fayette - they're from JH Underwood's General Store and have many listings of local residents - one of the names we happened to run across is Nathan Raymond in…"
Dec 10, 2014
HAttie Irish replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Thanks  for the location of the documents, The Cd's of Maine records are costly, but when many relatives are in one place, so much less expensive that a trip to the location, or requesting many records from the town or state. When you…"
Aug 26, 2014
Edward G. Hubbard replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"The death of Mrs. Abigail McNeal, age 52,in Fayette on 12 June 1843 was published in The Maine Farmer on 24 June 1843.  I found this in abstracts published by David C. Young and Benjamin Lewis Keene in 1997. The births of the Hicks…"
Aug 25, 2014
HAttie Irish replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Thank You for this information. Were you able to locate the original documents? While many town History books are in my collection Leeds is not one. Do you know what nespaper had Abigail McNeal wife of James was reported?  I did locate…"
Aug 25, 2014
Edward G. Hubbard replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
""Sally Hix" was Sarah (Sally) (nee Stinchfield), the widow of Zephaniah Hicks, who died in Leeds in 1812.  They were married in Winthrop in 1789, lived in Wayne and Leeds, and had eleven children. She was born in New Gloucester…"
Aug 22, 2014
HAttie Irish replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"The Maine State Marriage index does indicate a marriage took place for Solomon and Abigail,later in the month of July. They are saying the record is in Fayette. I will let you know if I find it. Solomon probably went to that area to live for a bit…"
Aug 22, 2014
Edward G. Hubbard replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Thank you for taking the time to respond.  The Abigail who filed intentions to marry Solomon Raymond in 1836 was (given his age) probably the daughter who was b. 1819.  I believe she must have died before they could actually marry, as I…"
Aug 22, 2014
HAttie Irish replied to Edward G. Hubbard's discussion 'James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s'
"Hello, sorry not to offer assistance,but this is one of my brick wall families. Abigail McNeal of Fayette , Maine ,filed intentions to marry Solomon Raymond. This is recorded in early July 1836, then he married in February to Mary L. Maxim . I find…"
Aug 22, 2014
Edward G. Hubbard replied to Beverly Hubbard Godfrey's discussion 'Kittery, ME and War of 1812'
"The Maine State Archives (in Augusta) has some War of 1812 service records.  I believe they are now available on ancestry.com."
Sep 8, 2013
Edward G. Hubbard left a comment for Beverly Hubbard Godfrey
"My great-great-grandfather, Daniel Hubbard, was born 1815 in the section of Shapleigh that was later set off as Acton. His father, another Daniel, was born there in 1791 or 1792, while his grandfather, yet another Daniel, was born in Berwick in 1753…"
Sep 8, 2013
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Sep 8, 2013
Beverly Hubbard Godfrey left a comment for Edward G. Hubbard
"Edward,  I am interested in learning about your Hubbard family - were they from the Acton, Berwick or Shapleigh area? Beverly Hubbard Godfrey"
Sep 7, 2013
Edward G. Hubbard posted a discussion

James McNeal of Leeds and Fayette - early 1800s

The earliest record (to my knowledge) of my 3rd great-grandfather, James McNeal, is the 1808 publication in Leeds of his intentions of marriage with Abigail (Nabby) Hicks, daughter of Zephaniah and Sarah "Sally" (Stinchfield) Hicks.  I have found only one clue as to his origins.  In the 1880 and 1900 censuses, their son Daniel reported that his father (James) had been born in Vermont.  However, to date I have not come across any Vermont records that bear this out. I would be interested in…See More
Jun 1, 2012

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What Maine surnames are you researching?
Hubbard, Day, Ricker, Hatch, Emery, Roberts, Goodwin, Spemcer, Chadbourne, Lord, Tozier, Gowen, Goodale, Peare, Littlefield, Hilton, Wallingford, McNeal, Neal, Hicks, Stinchfield, True, Hersam, Horsum, Folsom, Hanscom, Estes, Wakefield, Nason, Stearns, Bragdon
What locations in Maine are you researching?
Berwick, Shapleigh, Acton, Sanford, Alfred, Waterboro, Wells, Kennebunk, Leeds, Fayette, Wayne, Livermore, Hartford, Greene, Brighton, Harmony, Orono, Glenburn, Bucksport, Camden, Parkman, Waterville, Corinna, Palmyra, Harmony, Cambridge, Dexter

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At 11:02pm on September 7, 2013, Beverly Hubbard Godfrey said…

Edward,

 I am interested in learning about your Hubbard family - were they from the Acton, Berwick or Shapleigh area?

Beverly Hubbard Godfrey

 
 
 

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