Biography of Hiram Hubbard
Monroe County, MI Biographies

HIRAM HUBBARD was the first white child born of English parents in the Maumee valley, in 1817. His birthplace was Port Lawrence township, then in Michigan Territory, now forming a portion of Lucas county, O. Up to 1875 made Lucas county his home. He has been twice married, first in 1844 to Lottie McMillen, of Lucas county, by whom he had eight children, two of whom are now living; she died in 1855. In 1858 he was united in marriage with Jane Flint, of Lucas county, by whom he has eight children, five of whom are living; she died in 1876. In 1869 Hiram Hubbard purchased 110 acres of land in Whiteford. on which he now resides, and located thereon in 1875. His business for thirty years was manufacturing and dealing in lumber. He was about 12 years of age when the turnpike from Manmee to Detroit was constructed, and says that his youthful imagination led him to believe that the Maumee and Detroit turnpike was the greatest wonder ever known.

History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.

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