Summary of Hubballs by County

Hubball, Hubbold, Hubbalds of England

The database presented below is the result of a search of over 280 early English books and documents in which a reference is made to a Hubball (1).  This search uncovered two areas where the Hubball name was concentrated; the midland counties of Staffordshire, Shropshire and Worcestershire and the counties of and surrounding London.  The map of England on the left has the 3 midland counties outlined with a dark line.

Each entry in the database lists a date and a location associated with the reference, a brief statement about the subject matter,  the citation in which the reference was located and where the cited document can be located.  Each citation has been assigned a number.

To help the researcher, the Hubball reference in the cited document has been saved as a pdf and can be viewed.  These documents have been organized into bundles to economize space.  For example, to view document 4, click on Bundle A which contains documents 1 through 20.

(1) The spelling “Hubball” represents all of the spelling variations that have been encountered in this search.  Some of the more common variations of the spelling are: Hubbold, Hubbald, Hubbould and Hubble.  In early England, the spelling “Hubbell” is rare.


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List of all books and documents searched for this study:

Links to cited documents listed in the database are below:

Bundle A: Documents 1-20;                   Bundle B: Documents 21-40;                Bundle C: Documents 41-50

Bundle D: Documents 51-60;                 Bundle E: Documents 61-75;                Bundle F: Documents 76-90

Bundle G: Documents 91-100;               Bundle H: Documents 101-110;            Bundle I: Documents 111-120

Bundle J: Documents 121-160;              Bundle K: Documents 161-180;            Bundle L: Documents 181-230

Bundle M: Documents 231-250;            Bundle N: Documents 251-276




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