Index to the Hubbard Family Papers : 1787-1953 ; predominant 1787-1903.

Call Number: HIL-MICL FC LFR .H8F3P3 Index.
Category: Family
Creator: Hubbard Family.
Description: 2 microfilm () ; 35 mm
            William Hubbard (1751-1813) came to New Brunswick as a Loyalist from Stamford, Connecticut, in 1783.  He established a home on land in Burton, Sunbury County, where he farmed, practiced law, and held several public offices. His son Nathaniel (1798-1878), managed the farm after his death and carried on the tradition of public service.
            A card index to the Hubbard Family Papers is located in the University of New Brunswick Archives. A copy of the index on two microfilm reels is available in the Loyalist Collection. The Hubbard Family Papers are organized in six series with each series representing a subject category, and the Index is arranged in a similar manner: correspondence; legal documents; accounts; St. Paul's Anglican Church (Burton) Records; Genealogies; and Miscellaneous. The index cards are sub-filed chronologically within each subject category. The cards in the first four categories contain the names of the sender and recipient or parties to the document, date when available, number of pages in the original document, and a brief notation on content. The cards with partial dates or references to undated material are located at the end of the section. The indexes for the last two categories are very short, and the listings in the Genealogy section give only the primary family name on each file. The cards are numbered consecutively throughout the Index, and the numbering corresponds with that of the Papers.            
Originals: The original card index is held by the University of New Brunswick Archives.
Archival Ref. No.: UNB MG H 19.
Finding Aids:
            The card index to the Hubbard Family Papers has been microfilmed on two reels. Reel 1 contains the indexes for Series 1-3.  Reel 2 contains the indexes for Series 4-6.  A microfilm shelf list that reflects this order has been created by the author of the Loyalist Collection Inventory.  The Microfilm Shelf List is available in print with the Loyalist Collection Finding Aids and on the World Wide Web.            
Electronic Finding Aid Record: Hubbard Family Papers Shelf List.pdf
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