C. M. Hubbard San Juan County, New Mexico

C. M. Hubbard, of Farmington, was born in Lewis County, New York, in 1842, and in 1878 came to San Juan County, New Mexico, from Lion County. New York. He settled five miles east of Farmington upon a ranch which he still owns, and there he resided until about 1904, when he removed to the town of Farmington and purchased his present residence. Till the railroad reached Durango he engaged in freighting from Alamoosa, and for two years conducted a meat market in connection with his son.

During the period of the Civil war he was employed in the Remington Sons gun factory in Ilion County, New York, but during the greater part of his residence in the Territory he has been connected with freighting and ranching, he was made a Mason in Mohawk Valley Lodge No. 276, AF & AM in New York, about forty years ago.

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Source: History of New Mexico, Its Resources and People, Volume II, Pacific States Publishing Co., 1907.

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