Hill County

Hubbard, Texas

Hubbard is a city in Hill County in Central Texas. It was named for Texas Governor Richard B. Hubbard. The population was 1,586 at the 2000 census.

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 Japan 1885-1889. Banking and market town. Has mineral waters. Historical Marker Text, 1964. Located at Magnolia and 2nd Street, City Hall, Hubbard.


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Hubbard, TX 31° 50′ 54.5784″ N, 96° 47′ 49.974″ W

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