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Historical Markers in Hubbard, Texas

 
Clickable Map of Hill County, Texas and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Hill County, TX (58) Bosque County, TX (19) Ellis County, TX (81) Johnson County, TX (46) Limestone County, TX (39) McLennan County, TX (127) Navarro County, TX (78)  HillCounty(58) Hill County (58)  BosqueCounty(19) Bosque County (19)  EllisCounty(81) Ellis County (81)  JohnsonCounty(46) Johnson County (46)  LimestoneCounty(39) Limestone County (39)  McLennanCounty(127) McLennan County (127)  NavarroCounty(78) Navarro County (78)
Hillsboro is the county seat for Hill County
Hubbard is in Hill County
      Hill County (58)  
ADJACENT TO HILL COUNTY
      Bosque County (19)  
      Ellis County (81)  
      Johnson County (46)  
      Limestone County (39)  
      McLennan County (127)  
      Navarro County (78)  
 
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1Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 17313 — Fairview Cemetery
From unmarked graves to homemade concrete slabs to giant marble statuaries, Fairview Cemetery reflects the heritage and history of the community. Land for the cemetery was donated by Colonel J.H. Onstott, an early settler, but no records document . . . Map (db m208841) HM
2Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 1760 — First Methodist Churchof Hubbard
The first church congregation organized in Hubbard began in 1882 with seventeen charter members. A frame sanctuary, built on this site in 1891, was replaced by this structure in 1911. Designed by the Dallas architectural firm of Flanders and . . . Map (db m208849) HM
3Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 2492 — Historic Bank Site
The first bank in Hubbard was a small private operation started soon after the town was founded in 1881. In 1895 two banks were opened - Rod Oliver and H.B. Allen's private firm and Joe McDaniel's First National Bank. To house their enterprise, . . . Map (db m208863) HM
4Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 9415 — Hometown of Tris Speaker(1888-1958)
A legend in his own time, Tris Speaker was born, educated and buried here. Known as the Grey Eagle, he was the first Texan named to National Baseball Hall of Fame. First man elevated to Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Was on Boston's 1912 and . . . Map (db m202021) HM
5Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 2569 — Hot Mineral Water Well
A well drilled near this site in 1894 produced hot mineral water at a depth of 3,100 feet. Hot mineral baths were popular then for treatment of various diseases, and Marlin and Mineral Wells were among Texas towns with successful bath houses. In . . . Map (db m208867) HM
6Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 2588 — Hubbard
Founded 1881, as a shipping center and supply point on the St. Louis and Southwestern Railway. Named for Richard B. Hubbard (1832-1901), colonel in the 22nd Texas Infantry during the Civil War; Texas Governor 1876-1879; United States Minister to . . . Map (db m202015) HM
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7Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 17693 — Hubbard High School
Rich soil, access to railway transportation and the discovery of hot mineral springs attracted travelers, merchants and settlers to Hubbard and the town quickly grew. In 1911, the city council saw a need for a public school system and later that . . . Map (db m208866) HM
8Texas (Hill County), Hubbard — 2589 — The Hubbard City News
S.H. Sayer began publication of the "Hubbard City News" in 1881, the year the town was founded. The business later merged with S.R. Boyd's paper, the "Texas Pick and Pan" and the "Hubbard City Progress", a newspaper started in 1901 by brothers . . . Map (db m91853) HM
 
 
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Nov. 27, 2022