William D. Hubbard
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"Old Kittery and it's Families, Everett S. Stackpole, 1903 by Lewiston Journal

I have recently acquired a complete copy of this book as an ebook from Barns & Noble.com at no cost.  It is also available from Google.com as a free book for anyone with a computer, iPad or…Continue

Started Jun 17, 2013

History of the French & Indian Wars

I've been searching for Hubbard ancestors who fought in the French & Indian Wars and the Seige of Louisburg, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.  One of the few places I have had any luck is in the…Continue

Started Mar 6, 2013

Pictures of Hubbard Ancestors
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I am seeking pictures of my Hubbard Ancestors from anyone who may have them or know a source for same.  I am not seeking pictures of gravesites or monuments but, just these people: Phillip Hubbard…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Alden Russell Newhall Mar 13, 2013.

Hubbards Who Died in American Revolution

I am a direct descendant of Capt. Phillip Hubbard 9Nov.1693-17May1722 of Berwick, Maine.  In the Spring of 1775 his son, Philip Hubbard, Jr. was commissioned by John Hancock as a Captain in Scamans…Continue

Started Mar 5, 2013


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Merrylyn Sawyer replied to William D. Hubbard's discussion 'Hubbards in Maine' in the group Colonial Ancestors
"he only Hubbard I know was Dr. Roscoe Hubbard of Waterford.   He was a general practioner & had an office in his home.  He was an 'old time family doctor'.  I needed an exam prior to entering Fryeburg Academy. …"
May 11, 2019
Merrylyn Sawyer replied to William D. Hubbard's discussion 'Hubbards in Maine' in the group Colonial Ancestors
May 11, 2019

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Maine Hubbards in French & Indian Wars and American Revolution

I am directly descended from Capn.Phillip Hubbard and Elizabeth Roberts of Berwick, Me.

Capn. Phillip ubbard served as a Lieutenant in Capn.William Garrish's company during the Lebanon & Saco River Expedition in 1756.  In 1775 he received a commission of Capn. and led a company of Col. Scammons' 30th. Regt. of Foot in the Continental Army.  He served in Cambridge and his company was in reserve at the Battle of Bunker…


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