The list of Hubbard names found on this site.
12 pound Howitzers by Wm. James Hubbard Davidson Connection http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~genea/Dzabrambranson.html Barclay Connection http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~barclay/HistoryLore.html Mike Hubbard-Bond Co., IL http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~mhubbard/ Charles Hubbard and Jemima Capps
Clayton Library Holdings http://www.houstonlibrary.org/ Hubbard List Owner
Archive search: http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/listsearch.pl
Montgomery Co., MO some Census http://www.MackleyGenealogy.com/ MOGenWeb 1819 tax list Campbell Co., VA http://usgwarchives.net/va/campbell.htm VAGenWeb http://vagenweb.org/ Hubbard Genforum http://genforum.genealogy.com/hubbard/ Library of VA http://lva1.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com Land Patents (MO) http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/search/default.aspx
William M. Hubbard Descendents:
Leslie Walton via Bird Hubbard Judy Valcourt &
Jackie Valentien Robert L. Hubbard, Jr. Bob Spitzer via William Reid Hubbard Vicki Piper
Other Missouri Hubbards/Related Families:
Sue Harris George Hubbard/Capps/Quick David A. Barclay Durrett Hubbard William Davison Eusebius d.3/7/1818 Florissant St. Louis Co., MO.
Marriage Date Bride Groom Notes 12.20.1785 Hannah Reid John Hubbard F: William Reid 1.24.1791 Mary Black Hubbard Brown Bndsm: John Black 5.24.1791 Jenny Hubbard Thomas McWilliams pos. Isle of Wight, VA 9.5.1796 Sarah Hix Nathaniel Hubbard F: John Hix 6.29.1799 Mary Ann McKinney John Hubbard F: John McKinney 4.8.1799 Mary (Samantha) Mackey James Hubbard M: Mary Mackey 10.3.1801 Polly Hubbard Young Richard Driskill 2.1802 Susannah Hubbard Young William Scott
Note: Campbell Co. Courthouse Records; double checked both
F: William Read
12.19.1808 Rebecca Hubbard William Johnson F: Reuben Hubbard 1809 Elizabeth Bailey Matthew Hubbard Young Abt 1815 Lucy B. Epperson Thomas R. Hubbard Jones/Puckett/Smith/Talbot 1.28.1821 Elizabeth Haythe Michael Hubbard F: Thomas Hayth (Miciajah) 2.18. Elizabeth Patterson Gilliam Samuel W. Hubbard 1823 or 1824? 6.19.1827 Nancy Hubbard Reuben Rucker WC 10.11.1830 Elizabeth Pendleton Samuel W. Hubbard Patrick/Botetourt/Mercer 10.14.1830 Mary Elizabeth Guthrey James L. McCraw pos. widow of (Wm) Shelton Hubbard November 25, 1831 Mary Hubbard (or Wheeler?) Madison Jones of Halifax Co. VA to Butler, Mo 12.7.1831 Elizabeth Ann Poindexter John H. Hubbard By Dal Fisher July 8, 1839 Mary Anne Hubbard William R. Moore Surety: Nobel Snell 1833-1838 Caroline Poindexter William M. Hubbard prob. married in Missouri
John Murrell m. 17 Mar 1833
Mary Jane Hubbard
Mary A. Hubbard
Jacob W. Busch
}F: Benjamin for all 3
}m. Pr. Edward Co., VA
}with ties to Campbell Co., VA
8.22.1844 Martha J. Hubbard Benjamin Marshall Farris Campbell Co., VA to Ray Co., MO 3.9.1840 Caroline A. Walker William L Hubbard (middle name might be Scott)
Caution: This William (b. 1815) and Caroline (b. 1822) are listed near Poindexter (1850 census Campbell Co., VA)
bef 1847 Mary A. E. Hubbard Royall B. Smithey Amelia or Campbell Co., VA 1.4.1848 Louisa Rosser Benjamin M. Hubbard Campbell Co. VA 1860 Census
The following map contains rough information about grants and homesteads.
Any fine-tuning ideas would be graciously accepted! Any information in print
covers the late1700 and early 1800's. The RED print indicates HUBBARD
locations and the BLUE print indicates other surnames. The map of Bear Creek and
Molley's Creek, Campbell Co., Virginia (Lawyer's Road) is from the 1860's with
hand-written surnames (Map of Campbell Co. / made under direction of A.H. Campbell, Maj. Engrs. in chg. Top. Dept.).
Summary of Notes (Tax Lists, Census Data, Marriages, etc) and General Discussion about the Hubbard families that lived in Campbell Co. Virginia, connected families and neighbors, including notes on place names.
Family History Hubbard-Drummond $29.99 plus shipping and tax
The surname Hubbard began in northern England in the period of the Danish Viking invasions. (In the 900's it is estimated.) A Viking named Hubba invaded Northumberland with his sons. They took over that area and settled there and began the family name in England. (Not without a lot of bloodshed and atrocity.) It's been through many different forms of spelling - Hubba, Hubert, Hobard, Hubberd, Hubbard. This information is significantly condensed, but it came from "One Thousand Years of Hubbard History," written by Harlan Hubbard and not available other than through historical and research libraries. The New England Historic Genealogical Society has a copy.