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RG 074:009, Hubbard Family Association Records
Inventory of Records
Finding aid prepared by Damon M. Munz.
Copyright © 2009 by the Connecticut State Library
The Hubbard Family Association held its first meeting in 1856. As of 2007, the Association was still meeting. The 2007 meeting was held in West Haven, Connecticut which was the Association's 150th reunion. Ellen R. Hough was a long time secretary for the association for thirty-five years until her death in 1921.
Included are record books of genealogical notes regarding the Hubbard family and minutes of meetings held by the association. Correspondence with Ellen R. Hough, newspaper clippings, and reunion information are also present.
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Historical sketch of Rev. John Hubbard of Meriden, Conn. : his ancestors and descendants, 1903 / Albert Wilcox ... et al.] [CSL call number StLib Stacks CS71.H875 1903]
Supplement to the Hubbard history, published in 1903 [CSL call number StLib Stacks CS71.H875 1903 suppl]
Hubbard family : History and Genealogy Unit Special Genealogical File, 1905-1990 [CSL call number StLib History Reference Spec.Gen.File Hubbard]
Manuscript sermon preached 1769 at ordination of Rev. John Hubbard, Meriden, by Chauncey Whittlesey, CSL call number 252 W616se.
One thousand years of Hubbard history, 866 to 1895. From Hubba, the Norse sea king, to the enlightened present. Comp. by Edward Warren Day. a Hubbard descendant [CSL call number StLib Stacks CS71.H875 1895]
Hubbard Family Association
Hough, Ellen R. (Ellen Rebecca), 1833-1921
Wilcox, Albert H. (Albert Henry), b. 1872
Connecticut -- Genealogy
Meriden (Conn.) -- Genealogy
Hubbard Family Association -- Records and correspondence
The records probably came to the State Library in 1925. They were donated by Albert H. Wilcox of Meriden, historian or secretary of the Association.
The two record books under Reunions, formerly catalogued 929.2 H8621, had been separated from this collection in 1954. They are now back in this collection.