Hubert L. Gilman. - Few men are more prominent in Oswego County than Hubert L. Gilman, who has practiced law
in the city of Fulton since 1909. He was born there, Jan. 31, 1882, the son of Henry F. and Lena (Howe) Gilman.
Henry F. Gilman was a native of Vermont and his wife was born at Fulton. As a young man he settled at Palermo,
Oswego County, and for several years successfully operated a hotel at that place. He was also the proprietor of
the Johnson House at Fulton, which he managed in partnership with his brother, Levi Gilman. Mr. Gilman died in
1887. His widow resides in Fulton. Their only child was Hubert L., the subject of this sketch.
After his graduation from Fulton High School, Hubert L. Gilman read law in the offices of Mead & Stranahan,
later being associated with the firm of Fanning & Fanning. Mr. Gilman was admitted to the bar in 1909, and
his entire professional career has been spent at Fulton.
Mr. Gilman is a Republican. He maintains the old Gilman homestead of 80 acres which is located near Volney.
The North Country
A History, Embracing
Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Oswego, Lewis
and Franklin Counties, New York.
By: Harry F. Landon
Historical Publishing Company
Indianopolis, Indiana 1932
Oswego County, NY
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