Search billions of records on Ancestry.com

Chapter VI

It may be well to say, also, that the surnames of many other families who have for many years been residents in and prominently identified with the town's history do not appear on its Revolutionary War records, for the reason that their ancestors were not yet inhabitants of the town, but were engaged in making their war records in other towns and localities. The names of Corey, Rockwood, Hobart, Bailey, Foster, Peterson, Burge, Bohonon, French, Kendall, Baldwin, Colburn, Burgess, Pierce, Betterly, Parker, Gould, Cleveland, Stiles, Swett and many others who have resided or are now residing or represented in town do not appear on the records until after the close of the Revolution.

Names and Records of Raby's Soldiers in the War of the Revolution.

35. JEREMIAH HUBERT (Hobart), whose name is on the town's record list of
its soldiers, in August, 1775, was a private in Capt. Asa Lawrence's company
of Groton, Colonel Prescott's regiment.

Back to the History of Brookline