HON. E. HUBBARD
Is a native of Middlesex county, Connecticut, and was born April 7, 1818. His parents, Job and Hannah Hubbard,
were both natives of Connecticut. He was educated in the common schools of his native State. In the fall of 1839
he left the Nutmeg State for the West in the interest of a book' firm, but soon abandoned that and engaged in selling
the Seth Thomas clocks, which business he was engaged in for sixteen years. He came to this county an the fall
of 1834, and was engaged in selling clocks and farming until 1852, then he moved to Barrison county, this State,
and was elected to the legislature five months afterward. He represented that district in the Gen Assembly in 1853
and 1854, and was engaged in farming in that county until the breaking out of the war, when he espoused the cause
of his country, raised a force of men for home protection, and after recruiting about five hundred men marched
them to Chillicothe, then to St. Louis, where they were mustered into fhe United States service, in August, 1861,
and known through the war as "Merrill's Horse." He was elected first lieutenant of Company F, Second
Regiment Missouri Cavalry, the regiment he had recruited, in 1863, and served his country four years and two months.
After his discharge he returned home and engaged in farming until 1868, when he moved back to this county, In August,
1870, he began the erection of the Jameson House, and in September of that year opened it, and has since carried
on (the business. He represented his district in the legislature in 1878.
Mr. Hubbard was united in marriage, July 7, 1844, to Miss Elizabeth Brown, who was born February 7, 1823. By this
union they have four children; namely, Jane, born May 17, 1845; Sarah, born February 7, 1847; Ellen, born November
6, 1819; and Henry B., born January 1, 1851.
The History of Daviess County, Missouri
Birdsall & Dean, Publishers
Kansas City, MO. 1882
Daveiss County, MO
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