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Private Jacob  Hubbs
Missouri Society Sons of the American Revolution

Compatriot Dale Crandell lives in Kansas City, Missouri. He joined the Sons of the American Revolution and Harry S. Truman Chapter on 15 December 2009, sponsored by Compatriots David McCann and Chester Bare, and installed by Compatriot Dirk Stapleton.  Compatriot Crandell served in the United States Navy, Civil Engineer Corps, and currently works as an engineer for AT&T.

Ancestry:  Patriot Jacob Hubbs assisted in establishing American Independence as a Private, Maryland Militia; and Private, Virginia Militia.  For six months in 1777 and at the age of 16 he was assigned by Capt Herricks’ Company, Col Barrentt’s Maryland Regiment as a ranger protecting the frontier settlers.  In 1779, he settled in Kentucky and served under General Clark’s command as a scout along the Ohio River, monitoring British movements and skirmishing with the British allied Shawnee.  Jacob was a prisoner of the Shawnee in Ohio for three months.  His service is documented in his pension claim S-16421 at the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration, publication George Rogers Clark and His Men: Military Records, 1778-1784, and as DAR Patriot #A059533.  Jacob returned to military service during the War of 1812, as a Private, 13th Kentucky Militia.

An expanded biography of Jacob is posed on the Bullitt County Genealogical Society website at: http://bullittcountyhistory.org/bchistory/jacobhubbs.html

Jacob Hubbs was born 30 October 1762, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; died 15 February 1843, Bullitt County, Kentucky; and is buried at the Smith-Hubbs Family Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky.  His grave is registered with the SAR Grave Index and has been honored by the local SAR chapter.

Jacob’s father Captain Samuel Hubbs, Royal British Army came to North America with his family to receive a Nova Scotia land grant, however the land had already been settled so the family relocated to Maryland.  Jacob’s father also assisted with establishing American Independence as a Lieutenant with the Maryland Militia.

Jacob married Aseneth Mary Williams (daughter of John and Mary Williams) on 18 January 1791, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky.  She was born December 1777, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky; and died 16 June 1842, Bullitt County, Kentucky; and is buried, adjacent to Jacob’s grave at the Smith-Hubbs Family Cemetery, Bullitt County, Kentucky.

Descendants of Jacob Hubbs

1 Jacob Hubbs 1762 - 1843
.. +Aseneth Mary Williams 1777 - 1842
........ 2 Mary Ellen Hubbs 1794 - 1875
............ +William Lemuel Crandell 1793 - 1864
................... 3 Samuel Wesley Crandell 1820 - 1897
....................... +Mary Margaret Goff  1824 - 1841
............................. 4 Edwin Davis Crandell  1846 - 1928
................................. +Laura Frances Howdeshell 1855 - 1931
........................................ 5 Samuel Latta Crandell  1878 - 1966
............................................ +Elsie Ann Teague  1882 - 1978
.................................................. 6 Donald Leonard Crandell 1910 - 1988
.........................................................+ Lois Lucille Beezley 1912 - .............................................................. 7 John Edward Crandell 1936 - .................................................................... 8 Dale Crandell 1964 -

Private Jacob Hubbs Gravestone

Patriot Jacob Hubbs Gravesite
Patriot  Hubbs is buried at the Smith-Hubbs Family Cemetery,
Bullitt County, Kentucky


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