Hubbard, William

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Hubbard, William

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1751 - 1813

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William Hubbard (1751-1813), born at Stamford, Connecticut, was educated as a barrister. He, along with his two brothers, Isaac and Nathaniel, and his sister, Margaret, came to New Brunswick with the Loyalists after the American Revolution. William settled in Burton, Sunbury County, and became a registrar of deeds and wills, deputy surrogate, member of the first House of Assembly, and chief justice of the Court of Common Pleas.

He married Benjamina Woodbridge Clarke in 1790. They had at least one son, Nathaniel, born 1798.

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Hubbard, Nathaniel (1798 - 1876)

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1798

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Nathaniel was the son of William Hubbard

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