Hubbard, George Henry
Age: 19, credited to Vernon, VTVITALS
Birth: 05/01/1843, Vernon, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
North Cemetery, Vernon, VT
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George Henry Hubbard
1st Vermont Regiment Heavy Artillery (11th Vermont Volunteer Infantry)
Residence Vernon, Vermont; 19 years old. Born May 1, 1843. Enlisted on July 21, 1862, as a Private. On September 1, 1862, he mustered into Co. E of the 1st Vermont Heavy Artillery (11th Vermont Volunteer Infantry.) He was mustered out on June 24, 1865. He was promoted Corporal, January 11, 1863; Sergeant, June 6, 1864.
He was the son of Erastus Hubbard and Fanny Frost. Married Harriet French, Jan. 1, 1868.
He died February 7, 1926, in Vernon, Vermont. Buried at the North Vernon Cemetery, North Vernon, Windham County, Vermont.
Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.: Roster of Vermont Volunteers During the War of the Rebellion 1861-66
9. ERASTUS HUBBARD, son of Col. Erastus, married, Jan. 1, 1838, Fanny Frost, born, May 26, 1818. He died, Mar. 9. 1851. Three children:
1. John Erastus, b. July 8, 1840; m., Jan. 4, 1859, Mary Smith, and had three ch., Ada G. Walter E., and Alba S.
2. George Henry, born, May 1, 1843; married, Jan. 1, 1868, Harriet M. French, and had a son, Geo. E., Feb. 5, 1874.
3. Chelsea William, b., Feb. 22, 1849; m., Jan. 1, 1873, Ellen (Nellie) Morris Hunt (d. Mar. 22, 1900), and had three ch.: (1). Margaret, b., Sept. 10, 1873; (2) Hunt, b., Nov. 5, 1874; (3) Lavinah Seymour., b., Aug. 4, 1876. m. William Henry Bond, Jul. 31, 1900, d., Dec. 16, 1904. No places of births or deaths accompanied the record sent to us.
The Photographer - Caleb Lysander Howe
Carte de Visite backmark, C. L. Howe, Photographer, Brattleboro, Vt. Negatives preserved one year.
Caleb Lysander Howe, also known as C. L. Howe was born in Dummerston, Vt. 1810. He died at Brattleboro, Vt. in 1896. Typical of many nineteenth-century photographers, Howe found his trade by chance rather than design. A farmer and music teacher, he became fascinated with the medium when an itinerant photographer set up a temporary studio near the Howe family farm in 1852. Howe offered to buy him out for three hundred dollars and, thus equipped, launched a new career that was profitable enough to become a family business.
Courtesy of Dave Morin