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(without typos) from the publisher. 1915. Not illustrated. Excerpt:
... throughout Clinton County, and for a number of years he has
been one of the influential democrats of this vicinity. Irvin Clay
Hubbard. One of the model farms of Lathrop Township is that owned
by lrvin C. Hubbard, comprising 160 acres of land, and devoted to
general farming and the raising of horses, cattle and hogs. Mr.
Hubbard has spent all his life in Northwest Missouri, and has
traveled the royal road of hard work in making his prosperity.
Irvin Clay Hubbard was born in Clay County, Missouri, December 12,
1851, and belongs to one of the oldest families in this section of
the state. His father, Abner Hubbard, who died in March, 1914, was
one of the early settlers in this section of the state. He was born
in 1820 in Jarrard County, Kentucky, and was married in Madison
County of that state to Armilda Posy, also a native of Kentucky.
They were the parents of the following children: Moses, who lives
southeast of Lathrop; Mary Arnold, a resident of Barber County,
Kansas; Irvin Clay; Ophelie Hubbard, of Turney; Lillie, of Lathrop
Township; and John, deceased. The mother of these children died
when Irvin C. was eight years of age, and his father was a second
time married, this wife passing away in 1910. The children of that
marriage were: Emma; James F.; Dan, deceased; Thomas and Charles.
Abner Hubbard was ninety-four years of age when he died, and had
many interesting pioneer experiences during the early years of his
residence in Northwest Missouri. At that time he depended on his
skill with the gun to supply the family with provisions, and shot
many deer, turkeys, and also the wild animals such as wolves. In
polities he was identified with the Republican party, and was a
member of the Christian Church. Irvin C. Hubbard grew up on farms
in Clay and Clinton counties...
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