Moses Hubbard, Sr.
Mary (LNU) Hubbard
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Betty (Hollandsworth) Jackson,
helped us to piece together our information
better than how we'd done so at first!
We are tremendously grateful.
THANKS, BETTY, FOR HELPING OUT!
Excerpts from Betty's correspondence:
"...this is a work in progress and subject to revision...
...certainly true that genealogy is always
in a state of revision...."
was provided by
Kathy (Hubbard) Hanlon
To visit Kathy's World Connect file at Rootsweb.com,
"Hubbard Family Tree"
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Besides lineage info, her file lists lots of detailed sources,
many of which (including notations) were provided to her by
Karen (Nelson) Marcum
THANKS, CUZS KATHY & KAREN, FOR SHARING!
family stories as per
THANKS, CUZ TERESA, FOR SHARING!
My Uncle Jimmy (the son of James Madison &Julia(Hubbard) Mills),
told me about his grandparents while I was visiting him on his
72nd birthday. He said that his grandfather, Thomas Hubbard,
owned a little country store (I'm sure at Stinking Creek) and that
one day a man who had been drinking came into the store. The drunk
man had a gun and began shooting up the place. Thomas told him to
get out of the store and proceeded to run him out. Thomas followed
the man outside the store to be sure that he left. The drunk man
tripped as he was leaving the front porch, and his gun discharged
as he fell. Two other men riding up to the store on mules thought
that Thomas was shooting at the falling man and proceeded to start
shooting. When the shooting was over, four men were dead.
I don't know if all four of these men (ie., Thomas, the drunk,
the two riders) were the four who were killed, but one was
Thomas Hubbard and another was a Ridings, whose granddaughter
and her family were great friends with our family.
After Thomas' death, Dorcas remarried to Archibald Jackson,
and the family went to Little Rock, AR. Archibald died after
Dorcas had two more children, and Dorcas decided to bring her
family back to Knox Co, KY. She joined a wagon train and
drove the wagon herself all the way back to Knox County.
She married one more time, to William J. Scalf.
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