STUBBS, Joseph I. - Daniel Stubbs was an early settler of Lancaster County, and was the father of Isaac, who married Hannah Brown. to them were born eight children, of whom the sixth was Joseph i. Stubbs, born 1st mo. 2, 1818, in Harford Co., Md., in sight of the rocks of Deer Creek. his grandfather on the maternal side was Jeremiah Brown, one of the pioneers in Lancaster County. Joseph I. spent his boyhood on the farm, and was afterwards many years in mercantile business in East Nottingham township. He has been a resident of this county thirty years. his farm on one hundred and forty acres is situated two and a half miles from Oxford, and is called "Maplewood." It is located in a fine region of country, and was a part of the original Pugh tract.
He was married in 1852 to Martha, daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Wilson)
Pierson, from which union six children were born, viz: Lauren P., Howard
L., Josephine, Isaac Wilson, Adaline (deceased), and Walter Daniel. Mr.
Stubbs is of English and Quaker ancestry on both sides.