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Mary BISHOP's parents: John BISHOP (1589?-1660) and Anne ( - )

Family of George HUBBARD and Mary BISHOP

Husband: George HUBBARD (1591-1683)
Wife: Mary BISHOP (1610?-1676)
Children: Sarah HUBBARD (1635-1675)

Husband: George HUBBARD

Name: George HUBBARD 1
Sex: Male
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1591 of Wethersfield, Branford, and Guilford, England, UK 2
Death 1683 (age 91-92) 3
Burial Guilford, Connecticut, USA 4

Wife: Mary BISHOP

Name: Mary BISHOP 1
Sex: Female
Father: John BISHOP (1589?-1660)
Mother: Anne ( - )
Birth 1610 (app) England, UK 3
Death 14 Sep 1676 (age 65-66) Guilford, Connecticut, USA 5

Child 1: Sarah HUBBARD

Name: Sarah HUBBARD 1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Richard HARRISON (1627-1690)
Birth 1635 Wetherfield, Hartford County, Connecticut, USA 2
Death 1675 (age 39-40) New Jersey, USA 3

Note on Husband: George HUBBARD


George (c1594-Jan 1683) married c1627 Mary Bishop (c1610-73) in

Glastonbury, Somerset, England. She was the daughter of John (-14 Sep

1676) and Ann Bishop, who also immigrated. George and Mary immigrated by

1633 to Watertown, MA and were among that town's settlers of Wetherfield,

CT in 1635. In 1636, the governing commission assigned George to survey

the boundaries of Wetherfield and Windsor, CT. George represented

Wetherfield on the commission 1638-42 (he was fined one shilling for

coming to his first meeting late). In 1638, he also became one of the

two Wetherfield resident authorized to trade with local Indians; 11 years

later, George would be fined 10 for trading a gun to an Indian. In

1640, George was granted 195 acres at Naubuc Farms, present-day

Glastonbury. However, George also appears among the 44 original settlers

of Milford, 20 November 1639, for an allotment of ten acres. George

Hubbard was admitted 15 January 1644 to the Milford church. They moved

to Guilford by 1648, where Mary's parents also settled. George was

admitted to the Gilford church 6 October 1650. His name appears on a

freeman's list for Gilford c1650-52, and as having moved from Milford.

He served eight years as a deputy magistrate 1652-66, assembly member

1666-67, and justice 1670. George Hubbard's estate was inventoried 30

May 1683 and valued at 564.8.6 sterling. He was buried in Guilford.


George and Mary Hubbard had eight children: Mary Hubbard (1625-13 Apr

1713) was born in England and married 1647 John Fowler (-14 Sep 1647) of

Milford; John Hubbard (1630-1702) was born in England and married 1648

Mary Merriam, with whom's family he was fostered; Ancestor Sarah; Hannah

Hubbard (1637-1717) was born in Wethersfield, CT and married 1662 Jacob

Melyen (-pre1706); Elizabeth Hubbard (1638-) was born in Wethersield and

married widower Deacon John Norton; Abigail Hubbard (1640-) was born in

Wethersfield and married 14 October 1675 Humphrey Spinning; William

Hubbard (1642-84) was born in Milford, CT and married c1663 Abigail

Dudley; and Daniel Hubbard (bap 26 May 1644-) was born in Milford and

married 17 November 1664 Elizabeth Jordan.


Sarah Hubbard (1635-75) was born in Wethersfield, CT and followed her

family to New Haven Colony. She married Sgt. Richard Harrison in

Branford, CT and went with him to Newark, where they both died.


SOURCES: Edward E. Atwater, History of the Colony of New Haven 166-67

(1881); Bond, Watertown; Gardiner Card Collection; Harlan P. Hubbard, One

Thousand Years of Hubbard History (1896); Irvin W. Hubbard, Descendants

of George Hubbard 1584-1960 (1961); J. Hammond Trumbull, Public Records

of the Colony of Connecticut Vol. I (1850).

Note on Wife: Mary BISHOP


Information from: "The Harrisons of New Jersey - A Partial Genealogy,"

Compiled by Jean Harrison Stokes Childs, 1991. Childs shows Mary died



1"Gedcom - Descendants of Edward Ball" (http://www.altlaw.com/edball/).