Person:Gershom Hobart (1)

m. 12 OCT 1628
  1. Rev. Joshua Hobart1629 - 1716/17
  2. Rev. Jeremiah Hobart1630 - 1715
  3. Elizabeth Hobart1633 - 1692
  4. Ichabod Hobart1635 - 1636
  5. Hannah Hobart1637 - 1637
  6. Hannah Hobart1638 - 1691
  7. Bathsheba Hobart1640 - 1742
  8. Israel Hobart1642 - 1713
  9. Jael Hobart1643 - 1730
  10. Rev. Gershom Hobart1645 - 1707
  • HRev. Gershom Hobart1645 - 1707
  • WSarah Aldis1652 - 1712
m. 26 Apr 1675
  1. Gersham Hobart1679 -
  2. Shebuel Hobart
  3. Catherine Elizabeth Hobart - 1748
Facts and Events
Name[4] Rev. Gershom Hobart
Alt Name[4] Gershom Huberd
Alt Name[4] Gershom Hubord
Gender Male
Birth[1] Dec 1645 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage 26 Apr 1675 Dedham, Norfolk, Massachusetts, United Statesto Sarah Aldis
Death[1][2] 19 Dec 1707 Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Hobart Journal, in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society).

    [p. 121:18] 1645 December Gershom Hobart born.
    [p. 121:205] 1679 Nouember 26 My Brother Gershom Hobart Ordained Paster to Groton church[p. 121:286] my brother Gershom Hobart minister of the gospell at groton departed this life the 19 of december 1707 Aged 62 years.

  2. Groton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Vital Records of Groton, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Salem, Massachusetts: Essex Institute, 1926-1927), 2:232.

    Hobart, Gershom,[died] Dec. 18, 1707

  3.   Rev Gershom Hobart , in Find A Grave.

    Burial: Body lost or destroyed

  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Sibley, John Langdon. Biographical sketches of graduates of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Cambridge [Mass.]: C.W. Sever, 1873- 1885), 229-234, 1881.
  5.   Green, Samuel Abbott. Groton during the Indian wars. (Groton, Massachusetts: [s.n.], 1883 (Cambridge, [Mass.] : John Wilson and Son, University Press)), page 67, 1883.

    Excerpt: (An account of the second Indian attack on Groton) Mr. Gershom Hobart, the minister, whose house was captured in this assault, lived where the Baptist meeting-house now stands. One of his boys was killed, and another, Gershom, Jr., was carried off. There is a tradition extant that a third child was concealed under a tub in the cellar, and thus saved from the fury of the savages.