Not sure whether I can really help you other than give you a "jumping off" point.My Hobbs line to Ohio was directly connected to the Pikes.I know many Hobbs came to Ohio, but the only line I have stayed just a brief time and moved on to Nebraska.I'll post the little I have:
1.ALFRED HOBBS, was born August 10, 1824 in Ditcheat, Somerset, England, and died March 20, 1886 in Dewitt, Saline Co., Nebraska.He married MARY ANN PIKE, March 24, 1850 in Pilton, Somerset, England, daughter of ROBERT PIKE and SARAH GRIFFIN.She was born April 16, 1825 in Pilton, Somerset, England and died July 05, 1889 in DeWitt, Saline Co., Nebraska.
More About ALFRED HOBBS:
Burial: March 1886, Oak Grove Cemetery, DeWitt, Saline Co., Nebraska
Christening: September 12, 1824, Ditcheat, Somerset, England
Emigration: 1847, To Trumbull Co., Ohio
Residence 1: 1868, Moved to DeWitt, Saline Co., Nebraska
Residence 2: August 15, 1850, Bloomfield, Trumbull Co., Ohio Census
Residence 3: 1860, Orwell, Ashtabula Co., Ohio per Census
More About MARY ANN PIKE:
Burial: July 07, 1889, DeWitt, Saline Co., Nebraska
Christening: January 15, 1826, Pilton, Somerset, England
Will: 1889, Recorded DeWitt, Saline Co., Nebraska
More About ALFRED HOBBS and MARY PIKE:
Marriage: March 24, 1850, Pilton, Somerset, England
Children of ALFRED HOBBS and MARY PIKE are:
i. MARY JANE HOBBS, b. 1852.
ii. HENRY HOBBS, b. 1853.
iii. AMY HOBBS, b. 1854.
iv. LUKE HOBBS, b. 1855.
v. JAMES HOBBS, b. 1858.