Hubbell Cemetery Markers

Hubbell Cemetery Markers

Some of the best information for family research is found on headstones in public or private cemeteries, or on family properties across North America.  Because we Hubbells and Hubbles are widely distributed over the U.S. and Canada we have access to hundreds of such markers that commemorate the lives of family members.

Until recently, without traveling to see them, we might never know what they have to tell us.  Today, we can gather and share that information by submitting photos with their locations and information about the individuals lying beneath the stones.

If every Hubbell or HSML member to visit our web site submitted only one photo and its data, just think how many possibilities for sharing would exist. Take a look through your photos, or take your camera along the next time you visit the family cemetery and send us your digital photos and descriptions. (See below for information to include with your images.) Perhaps you’ll stumble across one on a Sunday drive. Someone somewhere will appreciate your generosity. Please include the following information with your photograph.

Birth, death dates: (M/D/Y – M/D/Y)
Spouse’s name:
Birth, death dates:
Parents if known:
Location: (cemetery name & location)


Look here for pictures of Hubbell’s buried in Elliota Cemetery, south of Canton, Minn on the Minnesota/Iowa border.

Look here for information about the location of some cemeteries where the descendants of Nehemiah Hubble are buried.

Frankfort Cemetery in Frankfort, KY: Daniel Hubbell et al


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