Obit: Hubbard, Jesse (1876 - 1922)

Contact: Stan

Obit: Hubbard, Jesse (1876 - 1922) Surnames: HUBBARD MENGLE

----Source: LOYAL TRIBUNE (Loyal, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1922

Hubbard, Jesse (18 JUL 1876 - 3 FEB 1922)

Jesse Hubbard died at Dillon, Mont. on Feb. 3, 1922 at the age of 45 years, 6 months and 15 days. The deceased had enjoyed good health and on the day of his death he and his son Lee were on their way home from his homestead 14 miles from Dillon with a load of logs, when he was seized with a sudden coughing spell and died instantly without speaking.

Jesse Hubbard was born near Madison, Wis. July 18, 1876. In the spring of 1895 he came with his parents to Loyal, Clark County, Wis., and on April 25, 1899 was united in marriage to Maud A. Mengle. They made their home in Loyal until about seven years ago when they moved to Dillon, Mont.

To this union six sons were born, Cecil, Leland, Lyle, Allen, Harold and William, who with his wife are mourning the loss of a kind and loving husband and father.

The funeral services were held on Monday, Feb. 6th at the Methodist Church at Dillon and he was laid to rest in the Mountain View Cemetery at Dillon.

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Obit: Hubbard, Jesse (1876 - 1922)

Contact: Shirley Hubbard
Email: HUBBARD342@aol.com

Hi Janet & Stan,

Thank you for this obit. I had never seen it. I passed it on to other members of the family. Jesse Eugene Hubbard's father was William E. Hanmer. Mary Bethel Hanmer divorced? and then married Franklin Allison Hubbard. Jesse was adopted or took the Hubbard name. If you ever come across any Hanmers please let me know. Thanks again for all the information you continue to send and have sent.

Shirley Hubbard

 

 


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