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Submitted by Patty D. Jefferson.

Name: Isaac Newton Hubbs
Date of Birth: 18 Apr 1836 - Loudenville, Marshall Co., WV
Father: George Millard Hubbs
Mother: Sara Payne Ambler
Married: Mary Ritchea - Born 1859 - Died 1944
Census: 1880 - Age 44 - Living with parents - Farm Laborer; 1890 - Cameron District
Military Service: Mustered in 31 May 1861, age 26; 14 Aug 1862, Company "C" Sgt.; discharged 16 Jun 1865
Date of Death: 15 Apr 1923, Glen Easton, Marshall Co., WV; age 86 yrs, 11 mo, 27 da
Cause of Death: Uremia Poison - Physician, Will F. Crow
Buried: Fork Ridge Universalist Cemetery, Marshall County, WV (See Photo)
Brother: William H. Hubbs, Corporal, 1st WV Infantry


Moundsville Weekly Echo, April 20, 1923


Isaac N. Hubbs died at his home at Glen Easton, at 3:30 o'clock, Sunday afternoon, April 15, after a long illness. Mr. Hubbs would have been 87 years old on Wednesday the 18th.

Mr. Hubbs is survived by his wife and one son, George Hubbs of Follansbee, and three daughters. Mrs. Bessie Blake of Glen Easton, Mrs. Edna Smith of Glen Easton, and Miss Elsie Hubbs at home. Also two brothers, M. F. Hubbs of Fork Ridge, and Geo. W. Hubbs of Glen Easton.

Mr. Hubbs spent his long and useful life in the neighborhood of Glen Easton, never having lived more than five miles from the place where he was born. He was a soldier in the Civil War, serving in Company C, 12th W. Va. Inf. he took part in practically all the battles of the Shenandoah Valley under Gen. Sherman. He was also in the Petersburg and Appomattox campaigns under Gen. Grant. He was a member of J. Elmore Evans Post No. 26, G.A.R. at Glen Easton.

Mr. Hubbs was a firm believer in the principles of the Universalist church.

The funeral will take place Tuesday morning. Short services will be held at the home, and after a short service at the Universalist church, interment will be made in the Universalist cemetery on Fork ridge.