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I've "rescued" an old photograph of Maude SPERBECK HUBBARD which was taken
at the Dibble Studio in Jefferson, NY. The photograph appears to have been
taken in the early 1900's with Maude appearing to be in her teens or 20's.
Based on limited research I was able to locate the following information
regarding Maude and her family:
Maude Ethel SPERBECK was b. 18 Feb 1889 or 1890 in Summit, NY to parents
Hiram SPERBECK Sr. (1848-1923) and Elizabeth "Libbie" O. LAPE or LAPKE
(1845-1898). Maude was one of 6 children born to this couple including,
Morris Everett; Mina L.; Albert John; Hiram Claude Jr.; Hattie May; and
Maude Ethel SPERBECK all born between 1870 and 1889. Maude married Clinton
HUBBARD (b. 1879) and she died in Jun 1976 in Stamford, NY.
Census records provide the following information:
1900 census of Summit, NY:
Hiram SPERBECK, age 57, born Dec 1848, a widower, born NY, parents born NY,
Hiram C. SPERBECK, son, age 18, born Jul 1881, born NY, parents born NY, a
Hattie M. SPERBECK, dau, age 17, born Nov 1882, born NY, parents born NY
Maud E. SPERBECK, dau, age 9, born Oct 1891, born NY parents born NY
And living directly next door Everett SPERBECK and his wife Luella and
1910 census of Jefferson, NY:
Clinton B. HUBBARD, age 31, newly married, born NY, parents born NY, a
Maude E. HUBBARD, wife, age 20, newly married, no children, born NY, parents
And living directly next door - Hiram C. SPERBICK and his wife and family
1920 census of Jefferson, NY:
Clinton B. HUBBARD, age 40, born NY, parents born NY, a Hardware Merchant
Maude E. HUBBARD, wife, age 29, born NY, parents born NY
1930 census of Davenport, NY:
Clinton G. HUBBARD, age 51, married at age 30, born NY, parents born NY, a
Maude E. HUBBARD, wife, age 40, married at age 19, born NY, parents born NY
I am hoping to locate someone from the family so that this wonderful old
photograph can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of
this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me.
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