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Pieces of the patchwork : the story of Albert Jackson and Millie Adaline (Hatcher) Hubbard and their descendants

edited by Julia Hubbard Nixon
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Richmond [Virginia] : Copperpenny Productions, c1996
297 p. : ill., facsims., ports.

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Includes index.

Includes information on the Hubbard, Baer, Chilton, Hansen, Hill, Hatcher, Nixon, Radford, Plaster, Tilton, and other related families.

Albert Jackson Hubbard, son of Jonathan William Hubbard and Sarah Lavinia Dillon, was born 18 June 1885 in Patrick County, Virginia. He married Millie Adaline Hatcher, daughter of Benjamin David Hatcher and Exonie Luetsie Goode, in Oct 1907. They had 10 children. Albert died 31 May 1948 in Patrick County, Virginia. Millie died 28 Sep 1982 in Surry County, North Carolina and is buried next to Albert. Their descendants have lived in Virginia, North Caolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and other areas in the United States.

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