Biography of John F. Hubbard
Madison County, NY Biographies





Hubbard, John F., a very extensive farmer and hop grower, and one of the representative citizens of Madison county, is a son of John and Harriett (Russell) Hubbard. His father was born in England and in 1828 came with his parents to this country and settled in Waterville, where he resided until his marriage. He afterward removed to Morrisville, where John F. was born, April 4, 1846. He remained at home until December 31, 1868, having in the meantime received a good education in the district schools and the Hamilton Union School. He then married Helena. daughter of Ephraim and Lucy (Perkins) Keeck, the former of whom was a successful farmer of Stockbridge. They have had four children: Charles(deceased), Fred (deceased), Hattie (Mrs. Charles Smith of De Ruyter), and Lewis. Politically Mr. Hubbard affiliates with the Democratic party, and while leading a quiet and uneventful life enjoys the most independent and in many respects enviable station of a farmer, owning his own lands. By his own energy and industry Mr. Hubbard has established himself comfortably aud with pleasant surroundings

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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