Adam Hubley was commissioned as First Lieutenant in the 1st Pa. Battalion, Oct. 27, 1775; promoted Major of one of the additional regiments in 1776; Lieutenant Colonel, 10th Pa. Reg't, March 12, 1777, ranking from Oct. 4, 1776; Lieut. Colonel Commandant 11th Pa. Reg't June 5, 1779 to rank from Feb'y 13, 1779; retired Jan'y 1, 1781; appointed one of the auctioneers of Philadelphia, and died there of yellow fever in 1793.
Adam Hubley, a son of Michael Hubley (1722-1804) and his wife.Rosina Stumpf (1719-1803), was born in Lancaster. January 9. 1759, and died in Philadelphia, March 4, 1798. He married, Ocober 10, 1783, Lydia Field, a daughter of Robert and Mary (Peel) Field, of Burlington. N.H, who was born October 10. 1766. Col. Hubley took a very active part in the War of the Revolution, and held, successively. the offices of First Lieutenant, Major and Lieutenant Colonel. He was commandant of the eleventh Pennsylvania Regiment. He retired May 14. 1781. He was a member of the Pennsylvania Assembly in 1783, and one of the original members of the Pennsylvania Society of the Cincinnati.
Book W, Page 692 No. 419 - 1793 HUBLEY, Adam. City of Phil'a. Signed Sept. 30. 1793. Wife- Mary. Children- Charles Evans, William Evans, Elizabeth, Hannah (Wife of Joseph Marsh). Exec's.- Mary Hubley, Son in Law Joseph Marsh, Brother in Law Jonathan Evans, and Cousin John Hubley. (of Lancaster) Witnesses- Thomas Orr, Alexr. J. Miller, Thos. Reynolds. Pro. Dec. 23. 1793.
Decedent Adam Hubley Philadelphia, Philadelphia Co., PA W:692 30 9 1793 23 12 1793
Hubley, Adam. City of Phila. Wife: Mary. Children: Charles Evans, William Evans, Elizabeth, Hannah, Wife of Joseph Marsh.Exec: Mary Hubley, Son-in-Law Joseph Marsh, Brother-in-Law Jonathan Evans, Cousin John Hubley of Lancaster.