Hubbard (surname)

Hubbard (surname)

Hubbard is a surname, and may refer to:

*Al Hubbard (VVAW), U.S. Air Force veteran
*Alfred Matthew Hubbard (1901-1982), proponent of the drug LSD
*Alice Moore Hubbard (1861-1915), American feminist
*Allan Hubbard, American politician
*Allan Hubbard (Tender Mercies), American musician
*Asahel W. Hubbard (1819-1879), American politician
*Barbara Marx Hubbard (born 1929), American writer
*Bertha Crawford Hubbard (1861-1935), American artist
*Brodie Foster Hubbard (born 1978), singer/songwriter/guitarist
*Bruce Hubbard (1952-1991), American singer
*Cal Hubbard (1900-1977), American professional football player and Major League Baseball umpire
*Carroll Hubbard (born 1937), American politician
*Charles Hubbard (born 1940), Canadian politician
*Charles Hubbard (archer) (1849-19??), American archer
*Chester D. Hubbard (1814-1891), American politician
*Conrad Hubbard, role-playing game writer, poet and professional web designer
*Dave Hubbard, American bodyboarder
*David Hubbard (1792-1874), American politician
*Demas Hubbard, Jr. (1806-1873), American politician
*Dick Hubbard, New Zealand businessman and politician
*Dominic Hubbard, 6th Baron Addington (born 1963), British politician
*Eddie Hubbard (c. 1918-2007), American disc jockey
*Egerton Hubbard, 2nd Baron Addington (1842-1915), British politician
*Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915), American philosopher and writer
*Elbert H. Hubbard (1849-1912), American politician
*Elizabeth Hubbard (born 1933), American actress
*Elizabeth Wright Hubbard (1896-1967), American physician
*Erica Hubbard (born 1979), American actress
*Frank Hubbard (1920-1976), American harpsichord maker
*Freddie Hubbard (born 1938), American jazz trumpeter
*Gardiner Greene Hubbard (1822-1897), the founder and first president of the National Geographic Society
*Geoffrey Hubbard (1923-1998), British educator
*Glenn Hubbard (baseball) (born 1957), American baseball player
*Glenn Hubbard (economics), American businessman
*Gurdon Saltonstall Hubbard (1802-1886), American fur trader, insurance underwriter and land speculator
*Harlan Hubbard (1900-1988), Kentucky writer and artist
*Harry Hubbard (1903-1942), American naval officer
*Henry Hubbard (1784-1857), American politician
*Henry Guernsey Hubbard (1850-1899), American scientist
*Henry Vincent Hubbard (1875-1945), American landscape architect
*Homer C. Hubbard, American football coach
*Jack Hubbard (born 1886), American football player
*James Hubbard (1930-2004), American murderer
*James Hubbard, 5th Baron Addington (1930-1982), British peer
*James W. Hubbard (born 1948), American politician
*Jeff Hubbard, American bodyboarder
*Jesse Hubbard (born 1975), American lacrosse player
*Joel Douglas Hubbard (1860-1919), American politician
*John Hubbard (1794-1838), American physician and politician
*John Hubbard (convict) (1839-1???), convict deported to Western Australia
*John Hubbard (physicist) (1931-1980), British physicist
*John Hubbard, 1st Baron Addington (1805-1889), British politician
*John Hubbard, 3rd Baron Addington (1883-1966), British politician
*John H. Hubbard (born 1945), American mathematician
*John Henry Hubbard (1804-1872), American politician
*John R. Hubbard, American educator
*Johnny Hubbard (born 1930), South African footballer
*Jonathan Hatch Hubbard (1768-1849), American politician
*Jordan Hubbard (born 1963), co-founder of the FreeBSD operating system project
*Kenneth Hubbard (1920-2004), British pilot
*Kin Hubbard (1868-1930), American cartoonist, humorist, and journalist
*L. Ron Hubbard (1911-1986), American science fiction writer and creator of Scientology
*Lafayette Ron Hubbard, Jr., birth name of Ronald DeWolf (1934-1991), son and critic of L. Ron Hubbard
*Leigh Hubbard, Australian union official
*Levi Hubbard (1762-1836), American politician
*Lucien Hubbard (1888-1971), Producer and screenwriter
*Lucius Frederick Hubbard (1836-1913), American politician
*Matt Hubbard, American writer
*Marv Hubbard (born 1946), American football player
*Mary Sue Hubbard (1931-2002), wife of L. Ron Hubbard
*Neil Hubbard, British guitarist
*Neilson Hubbard (born 1972), American musician
*Orville L. Hubbard (1903-1982), American politician
*P. M. Hubbard (1910-1980), British writer
*Phil Hubbard (born 1956), American basketball player
*Phil Hubbard (footballer) (born 1949), English footballer
*Quentin Hubbard (1954-1976), son of L. Ron Hubbard
*Ray Wylie Hubbard (born 1946), American country music singer
*Raymond Hubbard, 4th Baron Addington (1884-1971), British peer
*Richard B. Hubbard (1832-1901), American politician
*Richard D. Hubbard (1818-1884), American politician
*Rob Hubbard (born 1956), composer
*Ruth Hubbard, biologist
*Samuel Dickinson Hubbard (1799-1855), United States Postmaster General
*Samuel H. Hubbard, American college basketball and football coach
*Theodora Kimball Hubbard (1877-1935), American librarian
*Thomas Hubbard (1898-1961), British Member of Parliament for Kirkcaldy 1944-1959
*Thomas H. Hubbard (1781-1857), American politician
*Thomas J. Hubbard (1806-1877), American pioneer
*Trenidad Hubbard (born 1966), former Major League Baseball outfielder
*Vincent Hubbard, writer
*William Hubbard (1621-1704), American Colonial-era clergyman and historical writer
*William DeHart Hubbard (1903-1976), American athlete
*William P. Hubbard (1843-1921), American politician
*William Peyton Hubbard (1842-1935), Canadian politician
*Zero Hubbard, an American actor
*Rebecca Hubbard, a fittern (1992 ... still going strong)

Other

* Hubbard family, an old English family; nursery rhyme of the same name thought to be based on a real person

ee also

* M. King Hubbert, of the Hubbert peak theory of oil discovery


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