Archive for June, 2011

President’s Reunion Report »

Outgoing president Hilbert Hubble describes another successful Hubbell family reunion. He writes, “The 15th reunion of THFHS was held at Salt Lake City June 2011. Over 60 family members joined together to celebrate our growing family. The hotel was within yards of the the largest genealogy library in the world and many family members took advantage […]

Connecticut Graves Finally Being Catalogued – Again »

If you have researched gravestones in Connecticut to find your Hubbell ancestors, you know what a help the Charles Hale Collection can be for locating older graves.  That is particularly true now as so many stones have eroded over time and become more difficult to read every day. Unfortunately, that work ended in 1934. To the […]

Hit The Links! »

The names Hubbell and Hubble have appeared in history books and newspapers since  Richard’s time  as his descendants have made their mark. Now the name appears across the web telling the modern day story. Follow the links to read about some Hubbells online. Click on the “About” tab and drop down to “Links” and read about your cousins. […]

Historic Cemetery Clean Up »

There is a timely article featuring some Hubbell graves in the Oxford, Connecticut cemetery. It is entitled “Volunteers Needed for Historic Cemetery Clean Up” and it is seeking people in the area to come to the cemetery on April 30 to help clean up the cemetery before the Memorial Day weekend, particularly in preparation for […]

2011 Salt Lake City Reunion Is Happening! »

Hubbell cousins from the US and Canada are gathered once more for a biennial reunion in Salt Lake City, Utah. The weather is beautiful, the memories of past reunions are recalled, and the business of The Hubbell Family Historical Society is being tucked into the hours between tours, genealogical research, and catching up with one another’s lives since […]

Edwin Hubble Stone Dedication »

We see that there was an event in Springfield, Missouri on June 2, 2011 that celebrated the life of Marshfield native Edwin Powell Hubble. This Hubble cousin is likely the most recognizable one of all of us, and unfortunately we did not know in advance that the event was planned. It was described as a […]

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