Biography of F. F. Hubbard
Madison County, NY Biographies





Hubbard, F. F., was born in the town of Sullivan, September 20, 1848. His father, Gilbert S. Hubbard, was a native of Pompey, and his father, Eli, was one of the first settlers in Onondaga county. Gilbert S. married Jane G., daughter of Rev. Charles F. Butler, and has been engaged through life in farming. He was very active in religious matters and was one of the founders of the Presbyterian church in the 11th ward in Syracuse. F. F. Hubbard was educated in Cazenovia Seminary and in 1882 established his present business in Canastota, as packer of choice canned vegetables, having in 1882 an output of 5,000 cases and in 1898 of 40,000 cases. He was also one of the charter members of the New York State Canned Goods Packers' Association, its vice president a number of years, and president for eight years; also vice president of the Atlantic States Canned Goods Packers' Association. He was always in attendance at all of the meetings of the different associations, and has taken a great interest in all matters pertaining to the canning business. In 1879 Mr. Hubbard married Florence E., daughter of Thomas N. Jarvis; they have three daughters: Edith, Arline and Doris. Mr. Hubbard is one of the progressive business men of his town, trustee of his village and president of the water board.

FROM:
Our County and it's people
A Descriptive and Biographical Record of
Madison County, New York
Edited by: John E. Smith
The Boston History Co., Publishers 1890


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