Hubbard, Henry, 1708-1788 (theologian)
- Existence: 1708 - 1788
Henry Hubbard (1708-1778) was born on 5 February 1708, the son of a cabinet-maker. He matriculated at St Catharine's College, Cambridge, in 1725 (B.A., 1729; M.A., 1732), and became a Fellow of Emmanuel College in 1732 (B.D., 1739). He was a Cambridge tutor, and Registrary, 1758-1778. Hubbard was ordained deacon in 1730, and priest in 1732. He was Lady Margaret preacher, Cambridge, 1752-1774. He died on 23 January 1778.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Books kept by Edward Collingwood on Henry Hubbard's lectures in elaboration of Thomas Rutherford's Ordo institutionum physicarum in privatis lectionibus. Collingwood's signature is at the front of both volumes.