Rebecca Hobart (Peck) (1620 - 1692) MP

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Nicknames: "Hubbert"
Birthplace: Hingham, Norfolk, England
Death: Died in Hingham, Suffolk County, Province of Massachusetts
Managed by: Thomas Edward Shirley
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About Rebecca Hobart (Peck)

Rebecca Peck, dau. of Joseph Peck and Rebecca Clark, was bpt in Hingham, England on May 25, 1620; married a Hubbert. She was one of the children who was indicated as "three sons and a daughter" that traveled with their father Joseph to America in 1638. She is mentioned in her father's will.

NOTE re below: Rebecca Peck, son of Joseph Peck and Rebecca Clark, has been linked to Rev. Robert Hobart.....instead of the ----Hubbert as written in the Peck Genealogy....there are numerous differences in data....too many to be mere happenstance.....MUCH further research is indicated to make this connection to HOBART....or to locate Hubbert.

Hobart, Rebecca

Birth : 29 DEC 1611 Hingham, Norfolk, England

Death : BEF. 1679 Massachusetts

b. abt 1612, Southwold, Suffolk, England

d. 7 Jul 1693, Hingham, Norfolk Co., Massachusetts

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Parents:

Richard Ibrook

(~1580 - 1651)

Margaret Clark

(1589 - 1664)

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Rebecca Hobart's Timeline

1620
May 25, 1620
Hingham, Norfolk, England
May 25, 1620
Hingham,Norfolk,England
May 25, 1620
England
May 25, 1620
Hingham, Norfolk, England
May 25, 1620
Hingham, Norfolk, England
1620
Hingham, Norfolk, England
1635
October 3, 1635
Age 15
Charlestown (within present Boston), (Present Suffolk County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
1646
July 3, 1646
Age 26
Hingham, Suffolk County (Present Plymouth County), Massachusetts Bay Colony
1647
April 4, 1647
Age 27
Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts
1648
November 21, 1648
Age 28
Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States