Clark and Jackson
Also see [ Railway Officials in America 1906
JOHN W. HUBBLE, of section 11, Eaton Township, was born in Rodden Township, Ontario, June 7, 1857, a son of
Ira and Mary A. (Harlow) Rubble, both natives of Canada. The father was a farmer, but a blacksmith by trade. Mr.
and Mrs. Hubble had nine children, six of whom still survive, viz.: Hezekiah, Benjamin, Phoebe A., John W., Ira
L. and George F.
John W., our subject, was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools. He came to the United States in
1877, and worked in the pineries and also on a farm in this county until 1885. In that year he settled on his present
farm of eighty acres, thirty five of which is cleared.
He was married April 22, 1886, to Mary daughter of Sylvester Burns, of Jackson County, Wisconsin, and they have
two children: Harry H. and Russell O. Politically Mr. Rubble is a Republican, and is a success ful and hard working
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