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Notes for Parruck HUBBELL

When British troops burned Danbury in April, 1777, Parruck Hubbell may have withdrawn his family to adjacent New Fairfield, because a few weeks later Parruck, age 46, enlisted there as an ensign in the revolutionary forces. Parruck's sons Gideon and Ezra also served not long after as militia men. Parruck was the son of Andrew Hubbell (17061777) and Sarah Parruck (17091736) and a great-grandson of Richard Hubbell (16251699), who immigrated to Connecticut around 1640 from Worcestershire, England.
Stratford was formerly known as Cupheag Plantation and prior to that Pequonnocke.

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