Henry H. Hubbard, a highly respected pioneer citizen of Erie County, was born at Girard, Nov. 24, 1855, and
is a member of one of the first families of this section. He is the son of Gebrge and Mary (Porter) Hubbard.
George Hubbard was a native of Litchfield, Conn., and one of the very early settlers of Erie County, having come
here in 1818. He lived at North East for several years, after which he removed to Girard and purchased the old
Evans farm, the present site of the Nickel Plate Railroad. He later removed to West Springfield, where he operated
a sawmill for many years. He was also extensively engaged in the lumber business. To Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard the following
children were born: Helen, deceased, was the wife of Hartley Graves; George A., lives at Conneaut, Ohio; A. M.,
deceased; Emma, deceased; and Henry H., the subject of this sketch.
Henry H. Hubbard began life as a farmer. He was educated in the district schools and attended North East Seminary.
He has served as justice of the peace of West Springfield for a number of years and is now notary public. He has
also been a member of the election board.
On Nov. 11, 1878, Mr. Hubbard was united in marriage with Miss Jennie Laughlin, born at Conneaut, Ohio, Aug. 24,
1857, and died Aug. 8, 1899 She was the daughter of Hugh and Mary (Luntz) Laughlin, natives of Ohio, and both now
deceased. One son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard, S. H., who lives at Conneaut, Ohio. He has a son, Hugh H. Hubbard.
In politics Mr. Hubbard is identified with the Den ocratic party. He has always been a public spirited and progressive
History of Erie County, Pennsylvania
By: John Elmer Reed
Historical Publishing Company
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