The Hubbard Family Scrapbook consists of
photographs of the family, their homes in Stockton, California and Rochester,
New York, and postcards to Mary Hubbard Cronise. Also included is
biographical/genealogical information on the family.
Henry Fitch Hubbard was born in Charlestown, New Hampshire and
eventually settled in Stockton, California in 1850. Hubbard first came to the
Pacific Coast on a whaling ship, and was a shipmate to Herman Melville. He was
one of the earliest residents of Stockton and one of the wealthiest. He married
Maria Slater Debnam in 1867, and they had two daughters Maria "May" and Eliza.
Henry Fitch Hubbard died March 25, 1887 at the age of 66. May Hubbard married
Adelbert Cronise of Rochester, New York in April 1898, and Eliza Hubbard
married Walter W. Middlecoff of Los Angeles, California in 1900.
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