Daniel Hubbard (b. 1795
- d. ? )
MSA SC 5496-38930
Accomplice to slave flight, Caroline County
Archival Sources -
CAROLINE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT (Marriage Licenses, Index) 1774-1865.
CAROLINE COUNTY LEVY COURT (Assessors Field Book) 1841, Lower District.
CAROLINE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT (Land Records) Book CC, 1855-1858, p. 86
CAROLINE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT (Land Records) Book CC, 1855-1858, pp. 574 - 575.
CAROLINE COUNTY COURT (Land Records), Book Y, 1848-1850, pp. 279a - 279b.
Archives of Maryland Online, Volume 623, p. 522, Session Laws 1856, "AN ACT for the benefit of Daniel Hubbard".
Caroline County Circuit Court, Certificates of Freedom, 1857-1864.
DORCHESTER COUNTY COURT (Chattel Records) 1827-1851, Book ER 2, p. 279.
CAROLINE COUNTY CIRCUIT
Kelley, William T. "Underground R.R. Reminiscences." Friends' Intelligencer and Journal, Volume 55, p. 238 (1898).
"American Slavery." Friends' Intelligencer, Vol. XV, No 2, pp. 24-25 (March 27, 1858).
"Runaways and Arrests," Baltimore American and Commercial Advertiser. 14 January, 1858.
"More Runaways from Dorchester," Easton Gazette. 9 January 1858.
"Departure of a Conductor of the Under Ground," Easton Gazette. 23 January, 1858.
Siebert, William Henry. The
Underground Railroad from Slavery to Freedom.
Guida, Patricia C. Arthur W. Leverton, Underground Railroad Agent, and His Family: The Levertons, Whiteleys and Wrights. Caroline County Historical Society Inc. 2007.
Patricia C. comp.
Arthur W. Leverton, Marriage, Births, Deaths, Certificates
of Removal. Caroline County Historical Society Inc. 2007.
Internet Sources -
Ancestry.com. 1830 United States Federal Census, Caroline County, District 3, p. 9.
Ancestry.com. 1840 United States Federal Census, Caroline County, Lower District, p. 6.
1850 United States
Federal Census, Caroline County, p. 181.