Shelby  County  Indiana


Shelbyville  Republican
Tuesday, January 2, 1934
          Funeral services for  Mrs. Mary Hubbell, eighty years old, who died at three o'clock Sunday morning at her home in Everton, Fayette county, were conducted this morning at the Adventist church at Boggstown, with the Rev. R.E. Walker of Everton, officiating.
          Mrs. Hubbell was the wife of  Joseph Hubbell, Civil War veteran.  She was born in Shelbyville and had lived here until her marriage seven years ago to Mr. Hubbell, when she moved to Everton.
          Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Carl [Susie] Lund, of Chicago; three sons, Phillip Chambers  of Kalamazoo, Michigan;  Lonnie Chambers, of Shelbyville, and  Guy Byland, of Orlando, Florida; two brothers, William Baker, Peoria, Illinois, and  Albert Baker, of Muncie; a sister, Mrs. Susie Hannahan, of Shelbyville, and six grandchildren.
[Buried Boggstown Cemetery]
Submitted by Barb Huff  for Don Byland

The  Shelby  Democrat
January 14, 1892
          Mr. Frank H. Hubbell,  one of the best known and best liked merchants of this city a quarter of a century ago, died in Jeffersonville the other day, of blood poisoning.  He married while a resident of this city  Miss Annie Campbell,  niece of the old postmaster and ex-Mayor  Mr. John S. Campbell, no a resident of California.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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