Genealogical & Family History of Northern, NY
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CROWLEY. John Crowley was born in county Cork, Ireland. He had brothers, Thomas and Dennis, and sisters, Ellen, Julia and Mary. His educational opportunities in his native land were very limited. In 1850 he came to this country and located in the town of Stockholm, New York, where he followed farming to the time of his death in 1900. He married Julia Mahaney, born in Ireland, 1839. Children: 1. Daniel. 2. Thomas, farmer at Potsdam. 3. Dennis, farmer at Stockholm. 4. John, died young. 5. Nora, married Mathew Leonard, farmer of Norfolk. 6. Mary, lives at Norfolk. 7. Julia, lives at Norfolk. 8. Ellen, married John Murphy. 9. Margaret, married Henry Barry, farmer.

(II) David, son of John Crowley, was born at Stockholm, New York, in August, 1860, and was educated there in the public

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schools and at Lawrenceville Academy. He taught school for a few yeas. Then he learned the trade of carpenter and followed it for five years at Brasher, New York. He lived at Stockholm from 1882 to 1886, when he went into business at Norfolk as a general merchant, and continued until 1891. During the next ten years he was employed in the furniture factory of George Spotswood in Norfolk. Since then he has been engaged in manufacturing heavy pants cloth in the firm Bennett & Crowley, with mills in Norfolk. He is also president of the newly organized Norfolk Pants Company. In politics he is a Democrat. He is justice of the peace, an influential member of the town board, member of the board of education, was a milk inspector for one year and postmaster for two yeas under Cleveland's first administration. He is a member of the Modern Woodmen of America. He belongs to the Roman Catholic Church. He had the contract for building the new church in Norfolk, in 1908 under the pastorate of Father O'Brien, of Norwood. Mr. Crowley married, in 1887, Nancy Welch, of Waddington, New York, daughter of Patrick and Mary (Smith) Welch. They have no children.

CUBLEY. Samuel Cubley, immigrant ancestor, was born in England, and came with his family to Essex, Vermont, July 24, 1828. He had sixteen children and grandchildren at that time. He died at Essex, December 29, 1829, and his wife Sarah died May 8, 1829.

(II) William, son of Samuel Cubley, was born in Sheffield, England. He came to Canada when a young man, and worked on the locks of the canal during its construction. He was a marble cutter by trade, and hew settled finally at Woodstock, Vermont, where he died. Hem married Wealthy Kinney, born in Vermont, and raided in Windsor, Vermont, by an aunt, wife of Deacon Hart Smith. Children: 1. Catherine, married G. B. Skinner, of Middleport, Ohio. 2. William, died in infancy. 3. William Hart, mentioned below.

(III) William Hart, son of William Cubley, was born at Woodstock, Vermont, October 28, 1833, died at Massena, New York in September, 1900. He was very young when his father died, and he was brought up by Deacon Hart Smith, of Windsor, and educated there in the public schools. He came to Massena when he was twelve years old and lived there in the family of James Danforth until he came of age, working on the farm and in the carpenter trade and furniture business of his employer. Afterward he continued to follow the carpenter trace, and worked during the winter in the furniture shop. For two years he was employed in the armory at Windsor. In 1867 he engaged in business as an undertaker and dealer in furniture and built up a large and profitable business. He invested freely in real estate and owned much property in Massena and vicinity. He was one of the leading business men of the town, and of wide influence and great public spirit. In politics he was a Republican; he was for several terms town clerk, and for along time was a member of the board of education. He was active in the temperance movement, and sometimes supported the Prohibition Party. He was a Congregationalist. He married, September 15, 1862, Martha S. Jones, of Parishville, born December 26, 1835, died April 16, 1893, daughter of Ralph and Martha (Welch) Jones, of Potsdam, New York. Children: 1. William Herbert, mentioned below. 2. Mary M., born May 1, 1867; married Rev. William Rochester, now of Manitoba, Canada; children: i. Herbert Rochester, ii. Harvey, iii. Ernest, iv. Reginald Rochester.. 3. Charles e., born May 25, 1869, deceased. 4. Frank L., born October 15, 1870; graduate of Rochester University; an attorney at Potsdam; married Bessie Humphrey; child, Elisabeth. 5. Ralph J., born December 30, 1872; lives at Syracuse, New York.

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(IV) William Herbert, son of William Hart Cubley, was born at Massena, August 28, 1863. He was educated in the public schools and in Massena High School. He became associated in business with his father and succeeded to the business when his father died. He is the leading undertaker of the town and one of the largest dealers in furniture. He had also an extensive real estate business. In politics he is a Prohibitionist. He is a prominent member and deacon of the Baptist Church at Massena. He married, in 1893, Jessie Mawson, of Georgetown, New York, daughter of Reuben Mawson. She was a school teacher at Massena a number of years before her marriage. Children: 1. Halbert M., born November 13, 1894. 2. Harlan H., July 11, 1897, died July 15, 1907. 3. William H., April 27, 1904.

BURKE. The surname Burke was of Norman origin and spelled De Bergo, or De Bergen. From Normandy, the remote ancestors of the family came to Ireland.

(I) David C. Burke was born in county Cork, Ireland, in 1810, and died in Middlebury, Vermont, in 1879. He received but slight schooling in his native land, but throughout his life was a constant student and reader of books, and thus acquired the equivalent of a liberal education. He came to this country in 1837 and located in Vermont. For about a year he lived at New Haven, in that state, and then located at Middlebury, where he spent the rest of his lie and where he died. He was a well-to-do farmer, a Democrat in politics, and a Catholic in religion. He was a useful citizen. He served the county on the grand jury, and held a commission as justice of the peace. He married, in the spring of 1838, Mary Flynn, who was born in 1818, and died in 1898, daughter of David and Catharine Flynn, all of county Cork. Children: 1. Catherine C., entered a convent and became a nun under the name of Sister M. Dorothy; is manger of St. Vincent Hospital, Portland, Oregon. 2. Patrick F., graduate of Middlebury College, Vermont, class of 1868; now principal of Port Henry high school; married Carrie Tredway; children: i. David A., married Clara Bakeman, and has son, David Edmund, ii. Annie M. 3. Rev. David N., graduate of Middlebury College, class of 1876; was for twelve years in the diplomatic service, consul-general at Tangier, Morocco, Africa; now a Catholic priest at Lake Placid, New York. 4. Annie C., died in 1884, aged twenty-eight years; was a nun in the House of Providence, Montreal, under the name of Sister M. Loretta. 5. John Benedict; graduate of Middlebury College, class of 1872; was principal of Yates School, Orleans County, New York; died in 1874, aged twenty-three years. 6. Bridget E., a nun in the Convent of Mercy at Manchester, New Hampshire, under the name of Sister M. Boromeo. 7. Marry a., died in 1902, aged forty years; was a graduate of Middlebury high school, and for several years was preceptress of the Cobleskill and Port Henry high schools. 8. Edmund Walter, mentioned below. 9. Joseph N., town clerk of Middlebury, Vermont; was postmaster during both Cleveland administrations; has a fine insurance agency; married Lottie Langworthy.

(II) Edmund Walter, son of David C. Burke, was born in Middlebury, Vermont, November 16, 1860. He attended the public schools of his native town. From 1882 to 1887 he was a merchant at Cobleskill, New York. He then he began the study of law in the office of Patrick McRory, of Port Henry, New York, and was admitted to the bar in 1894. He went to Tangier, Morocco, with his brother, David N., being vice-consul, and remained at this post from 1896 to 1898, and since then he has practiced his profession at Chateaugay, New York. In politics he is a Democrat. He is a justice of the peace of the town, and police justice. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and holds the office of advocate in that order. He is unmarried.

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DELMAGE. The origin of this surname is in doubt. The name itself is derived apparently from some place name and may have been Dutch or French. Many French names are found in Ireland as well as England. The spelling was formerly Dalmadge.

(I) Solomon Delmage was a native of Ireland, where he was a woolen manufacturer. He had eight daughters and two sons, John and James. He died in Chicago, Illinois.

(II) James, son of Solomon Delmage, was born in 1842. He spent his early youth in Quebec, Canada, where he was educated by private tutors and at Toronto University. He was fond of athletics and was a trainer of athletics in college. He went to Chicago and was for a time employed in the office of the Armours. He died at St. Mary's, Ontario, in July, 1904. He married Mary, born 1844, daughter of Christopher Rutherford, of Aberdeen, Scotland. She is now (1910) living at St. Mary's. Children: 1. Mary. 2. Martha. 3. Belle. 4. Dr. Frederick W., mentioned below. 5. Clara. 6. Farnhill. 7. Edith. 8. Edgar. 9. Emeline.

(III) Dr. Frederick W., son of James Delmage, was born at St. Mary's, Ontario, January 27, 1871. He attended St. Mary's Collegiate Institution and entered Toronto University, from which he as graduated in the class of 1895. He studied his profession at McGill Medical College, Montreal, graduating with the degree of M.D. in 1897. He began to practice bat Barre, Vermont. After two years in that town he located at Russell, New York, remaining for a short time. Since 1900 he has been in Hermon, New York, where he has built up a large and interesting general practice. He is a member of the county and state medical societies. He is a prominent Free Mason, a member of Hermon Lodge, No. 500; of St. Lawrence Chapter, No. 132, Royal Arch Masons, of Canton; of St. Lawrence Commandery, No. 28, Knights Templar, of Canton; also of DeKalb Lodge, Odd Fellows; of the Independent Order of Foresters of Hermon, and of the Maccabees of Russell. In politics he is a Republican; in religion a Universalist. He married, September 3, 1903, Lottie, daughter of William McCuaig of Ottawa, Canada. Children: 1. Rosina, July 8, 1905. 2. Marion, November 21, 1907.

FERRELL. John Ferrell was born in county Kildare, Ireland, 1819, died at Chateaugay, New York, 1892. He received a common school education in his native land. In 1847 he came to this country and settled at Chateaugay, where he followed farming until the time of his death. In politics he was a Democrat, and he served the town as collector of taxes and in other offices of trust and respectably. He married in this country Johanna Bowles, born 1834, daughter of George Bowles, a native of county Tipperary, Ireland. His wife died at Chateaugay, in 1902. Children: 1. George, died in 1902; was a printer by trade. 2. Minnie, married Richard Burke, of Plattsburg, a railroad man. 3. John L., died in August, 1909; an electrician by trade; married Elizabeth Carver, of Westport, New York. 4. William H., died n 1889, aged thirty-seven years; was employed in the United States custom service at Plattsburgh; married Catherine Corbett, of Whitehall, New York. 5. Frank W., mentioned below. 6. Elizabeth, married A. B. Cooney, attorney-at-law of Malone, New York; children: Anna, John, and William Cooney

(II) Frank W., son of John Ferrell, was born at Chateaugay, July 26, 1866. He was educated in the public schools of his native town, and learned the printer's trade. He worked at his trade as an apprentice and journeyman until 1892, when he founded the Franklin County Democrat at Chateaugay. The paper gave its hearty supports to the Democratic Party in the Cleveland campaign. In the same year he bought the Chateaugay Record and has been its editor

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and publisher since then. He is a Democrat and has been town clerk of Chateaugay. He is a director of the Chateaugay Agricultural Society and a member of Wadham Council, Knights of Columbus, of Chateaugay. He married, June 28, 1893, Annie O'Neil, born August 9, 1865, daughter of Patrick and Bridget (Burke) Oneil, of Chateaugay. They have one son, William Ferrell, born December 23, 1901.

FITZPATRICK. This is an ancient Irish family, famous in the history of its native island home. Its members are widely dispersed, and in the United States are represented in every honorable walk of life.

(I) Philip Fitzpatrick, son of Philip Fitzpatrick, was born at Killnussen, Ireland. He was a large land owner there. He came to America in 1826 and settled at Plattsburgh, New York, where he died in 1828. He followed the trade of a carpenter in this country. He was a member of the Catholic Church. He married Mary Cooney. Children: 1. Lawrence. 2. James. 3. Michael. 4. Matthew. 5. John. 6. Simon. 7. Margaret. 8. Thomas. James is the only one of the children living at this date (1910). All the sons remained in northern New York except Michael, who went west and died in San Francisco, California. He was an engineer; married Catherine Broda. Lawrence was a farmer in Clinton County; married Ellen Connor. James was a brickmaker; married Catherine Eagan. Matthew was a farmer; married Maria Cowley, John, farmer, married Fannie Cowley; Simon, also a farmer, married Margaret O'Brian. Margaret, married John O'Brian.

(III) Lawrence, son of Philip (2) Fitzpatrick, was born in Ireland, near the city of Dublin. He learned the trade of brickmaker in Ireland, came with his father to this country in 1826, locating in Plattsburgh, where he died at the age of eighty years. He followed farming and brickmaking at Plattsburgh. He married Maggie Connors. Children: 1. Philip H. 2. John D. 3. George L. 5. James. 5. Thomas. 6. Peter. 7. Margaret. 8. Mary, all of whom are deceased, except John D., mentioned below.

(IV) John D., son of Lawrence Fitzpatrick, was born at Schuyler Falls, New York, in 1838, and is now living at Plattsburgh. He received a common school education and learned the trade of brickmaking. He was a prosperous farmer. He married, in 1871, Anna L. Bathurst, born at Dalhouse Mills, Glengarry County, Ontario, daughter of William and Sadie (Thayer) Bathurst. Children: 1. Margaret, died in infancy. 2. :Lawrence W., an officer in Dannemora State Prison; married Lucy Grattan; children: John, Charles E., Lawrence W. 3. Sarah E., a teacher in the public schools of Plattsburgh. 4. John Masterson, resides at Minneapolis, Minnesota; is a member of the construction corps of the United States Engineering Service; married Della Fay; children: Genevieve and John. 5. Abigail, married James Conroy, a farmer of Plattsburgh; children: i. James, ii. Thomas, iii. Anna, iv. One child died in infancy. 6. Thomas J., mentioned below. 7. Mary J., lives in Plattsburgh. 8. Twin of Mary, died young. 9. James Peter, a farmer of Plattsburgh. 10. Lemuel B., a farmer of Plattsburgh. 11. Child, died young.

(V) Thomas J., son of John D. Fitzpatrick was born at Plattsburgh, October 6, 1881, and was educated there in the public schools, including the high school and also at the State Normal School at Plattsburgh. He taught school for a period of ten years. he began to study law in the office of John B. Riley, of Plattsburgh, and graduated from the Albany Law School in 1907. He was admitted to the bar the same year and opened an office at Chateaugay, New York, where he practiced since 1908. He is an independent in politics. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus. He married, March 28, 1910, Mary E., daughter of Michael and Catharine (McLaughney) Nolan, of Chateaugay, New York.

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FOGARTY. This is the second generation of the Port Leyden family of Fogarty in the Untied States. Thomas Fogarty, the father, was born in Tipperary, Ireland and oncoming to the United States settled in New York City. He was a member of the roman Catholic Church, and after coming to the United States and becoming a voter, affiliated with the Democratic Party. He married, at Rome, New York, 1854, Catherine Maloney, born in Limerick, Ireland. She came to the United States at an early day, and became a resident of Rome, New York. Children: 1. Edward, born January 5, 1855. 2. Michael, August 31, 1857. 3. John C., see forward. 4. Mary, 1861. 5. James, March 6, 1863. 7. Margaret or Marguerite, 1865. 8. Julia, 1867. 9. Thomas, 1869. 10. Sarah, 1871. 11. Catherine, 1873.

(II) John C., third child of Thomas and Catherine (Maloney) Fogarty, was born in Redfield, Oswego County, New York, September 1, 1859. He was educated in the schools of Stetville and Oneida, New York. On arriving at proper years he entered the knitting mills at Stetville, and was there in constant employment for five years. He then removed to Amsterdam, New York, where he remained thirty years, working in the knitting mills as foreman and in other capacities. He had acquired a thorough knowledge of the methods of manufacture as well as the needs and demands of the trade. In 1904 he associated himself with others and organized the New Hartford Knitting Company, with mills at New Hartford, New York. Mr. Fogarty was manager of the mill, which position he retained three years, when he disposed of his interest and removed to Port Leyden, New York. In 1907 the Port Leyden Knitting Company was organized. The village donated a site for the plant, which has since been put in successful operation. They make a specialty of children's knit underwear, employing about seventy-five people, Mr. Fogarty is the efficient manager of the company. During his long residence in Amsterdam he was active in the public left of that city, serving as collect of taxes. He is independent in his political views, following his own convictions rather then party dictates. He is a member of the Catholic Church, which he supports with the fidelity characteristic of him in all his undertakings and obligations. He married, in Amsterdam, New York, Margarette Maxwell, born in Cohoes, New York, 1864, daughter of William and Margarette (Fisher) Maxwell. Mr. Maxwell was foreman of a department of the knitting mills at Amsterdam, New York, and has other children: Mary, Edward William, John, Belle, Lillian, and Walter Maxwell. Children of John c. and Margarette (Maxwell) Fogarty: 1. John, born November 4, 1884, married Nettie Bierge, and has a son, Maxwell Bierge. 2. M----------, born November 14, 1885; married Charles Burns, of New Hartford, New York, and has a daughter, Margarette Burns.

McCARTHY. Eugene McCarthy came of a prominent family in old Irish ancestry in county cork, Ireland. He lived and died in his native county.

(II) John, son of Eugene McCarthy, was born in county Cork, Ireland, in 1811, and had some schooling in his native parish. He came to America in 1845 and located at Brasher Falls, New York, where he followed farming for the rest of his life. He married, in Ireland, Mary Lorden, born in county Cork. Of their seven children, the three eldest were born in Ireland, the others in this country. Children: 1. Eugene, deceased. 2. Michael. 3. Thomas, a farmer at Stockholm, New York. 4. Margaret, lives at Stockholm. 5. John Henry, mentioned below. 6. Mary, lives in Chicago. 7. Daniel, deceased.

(III) John Henry, son of John McCarthy, was born in Brasher Falls, New York, May 1, 1850. He was educated there in the district schools. He followed farming

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in his younger days, and afterward had charge of a farm for Calvin T. Hulburt for thirteen years. He went into business for himself in 1886 as proprietor of the Brasher Falls Department Store. In 1886 He entered partnership with Mr. Wells, under the firm name of McCarthy & Wells. He bought out his partner in 1903, and in the year following admitted his son, Walter H. McCarthy, as partner, sine which time the firm name has been McCarthy & Son. He is a Republican in politics, and was town clerk for six years, supervisor for ten years, chairman of the board of supervisors of the county for two years , and for three years had been chairman of the purchasing committee of the board of supervisors of St. Lawrence County. He is a member of the Republican town committee.

He married (first) in 1875, Mary, daughter of James and Isabelle McCuin, of Brasher. His wife died in 1894. He married (second) in 1901, Mrs. L. C. Lang. Children: 1. Bertha, born June 24, 1876. 2. Walter H., March 8, 1879; associated in business with his father; was educated in the public schools and at the Rochester Business College; married Catherine Lyons, and has a daughter, Helen. 3. Charles, born January 3, 1881, died July 15, 1900.

FORBES. The surname Forbes is identified with Forbush and is of ancient Scotch origin. The family as in Aberdeenshire and Argyleshire before 1200 and possesses the lordship of Forbes.

(I) Jacob Forbes, said to have been born in Scotland, was an early settler of Oneida County, New York. In 1790 he was living at Canajoharie, Montgomery County, and had three males over sixteen and three females in his family. His son Jacob was also head of a family, and Hannah, perhaps a daughter-in-law, and Nicholas, probably another son.

(II) Jacob (2), son of Jacob (1) Forbes, was born about 1760 and lived in Oneida and Montgomery counties, New York. His wife lived to the great age of ninety-seven years. Children; 1. Chauncey. 2. Charles. 3. George. 4. John. 5. Harriet. 6. Sophia.

(III) Charles, son of Jacob (2) Forbes, was born in Oneida County, New York, near the present city of Utica, about 1824, died in 1897. He had a common school education. He went to work in Pennsylvania when a young man and settled in Crawford County. He was a farmer all his active life. In politics he was a Republican; in religion a Methodist. He married, about 1845, Mary Clifford, born at Oneida County, New York, died in 1896, aged sixty-six. Children: 1. George Irving, hotel proprietor, Minnesota. 2. Elbert Orlando, mentioned below. 3. Flora A., married J. D. Roberts, an attorney-at-law at Meadville, Pennsylvania. 4. Melvin, lives on the homestead in Crawford County, Pennsylvania.

(IV) Elbert Orlando, son of Charles Forbes, was born may 29, 1855. He attended the public and select schools of his native town. He worked for his father during his youth and, when he was nearly of age came to Utica and worked at cheese-making. In 1877 he went to Fairhaven, Vermont, and engaged in manufacturing cheese, in partnership with a Mr. Hunt, and continued until 1881 when he came to Fort Covington, New York, and made his home. He built a plant for the manufacture of butter, and has carried on business there to the present time with great success. He installed the first separator for use in butter-making in this part of the country and has always used the most advanced machinery and most progressive methods in his business. He was one of the founders of the Fort Covington Banking Company, organized in February, 1906, and was on the original board of directors and the first vice-president; since 1907 he has been president of this bank. He is interested in public affairs and education, and has for many years been president of the

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board of education and a trustee of the incorporated village. He is a member and past master of Aurora Lodge, No. 383, Free and Accepted Masons, of Fort Covington. For many years he was chief ranger of the Independent Order of Foresters. He attends the Presbyterian Church. He married, in 1896, Dora L., daughter of John S. and Kate (Ward) McCoy, of Fort Covington. They had one daughter, Mary, who died at the age of ten months.

GRANGER. The father of the Granger family of Lowville herein considered was Lewis Granger, born at Glendale, New York. He was educated in the common schools, and followed the business of farming all his active years. He married Melissa Hulburt, at Lowville, New York, December 20, 1853; she was born in Martinsburg, Lewis County, New York, March 29, 1838, daughter of Modiah and Harriet (Mott) Hulburt. Her father was born January 7, 1809, died January 24, 1881. His wife, Harriet Mott, was born May 3, 1818, died September 25, 1893. Children: 1. Melissa, married Lewis Granger. 2. Jennie, married William Bullock, of Lowville, New York. 3. William, died in infancy. 4. Nancy, married Oscar Robbins, of Glenfield, New York. 5. Elizabeth, married Nathan Gregory, of Falls Mills, Jefferson County, New York. 6. Dora, married Matthew Perkins, of Boonville, New York. 7. Eben, of Boonville, New York. 8. Erwin, of Crystaldale, New York. Lewis and Melissa (Hulburt) Granger were the parents of four children: 1. Adella, married Richard Dawson, of Lyons Falls, New York. 2. Alfred L., married Addie Loomis, of South Champion, New York. 3. William S., of Carthage, New York. 4. Hubert N., see forward.

(II) Hubert N., son of Lewis and Melissa (Hulburt) Granger, was born in Montague, Lewis County, New York, January 10, 1870. He attended the public schools until he was fifteen years of age, then began the more serious task of making his own way in the world. He learned the trade of millwright, which he followed for several years. He, however, had an inborn love of he soil and of out door work, which carried him back to the farm. He located on a farm near Lowville, where he installed a fine herd of the best grade of milk producing cattle and conducts a successful dairy establishment. He is a Republican in politics and attends the Methodist Episcopal Church. He married, at North Huron, Wayne County, New York, November 29, 1889, Mattie E. Hubbard, of Copenhagen, Lewis County, New York. She was born at Barnes Corners, Lewis County, New York, March 26, 1864, daughter of Benjamin F. and Margaret E. (Clark) Hubbard. Children: 1. Floyd, born at Copenhagen, New York, January 3, 1895, died May 19, 1896. 2. Carl, born in Denmark, Lewis County, New York, December 22, 1899, died at Casterland, New York, April 1. 1900.

Benjamin F. Hubbard was born in Cape Vincent, Jefferson County, New York, and was interested in several lines of business in that town, farmer, butcher, and market gardener, a successful and fairly prosperous man. He married, at Cape Vincent, November 15, 1856, Margaret E. Clark, and in 1857 removed to Barnes Corners, Lewis County, where they lived for twenty-six years. Children: 1. George S., born August 14, 1857, at Cape Vincent; married Jennie E. Green, of Barnes Corners, New York. 2. Mattie e., married Hubert N. Granger. The Hubbard family were among the very first settlers of Cape Vincent, the first of the name there being Barnett Hubbard, grandson of Nodiah Hubbard,. a soldier in the French and Indian War, and with his three sons served all through the Revolutionary War in the Continental Army. Samuel, son of Nodiah Hubbard, was born August 21, 1750, died

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at Cape Vincent, New York he married Mary Barrett, son (?) daughter of Samuel and Mary Hubbard, was born May 14, 1788, died May 14, 1868, at Barnes Corners, New York. He settled in Jefferson County, New York, and was one of the earliest inhabitants of Cape Vincent. He married Rachel Ingalls, born January 20, 1797, died at Barnes Corners, December 17, 1871. Their son, Benjamin F Hubbard, married Margaret E. Clark, and they are the parents of Mrs. Hubert N. Granger.

 

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