Attorney-at-Law, Member of the Firm, Yantis & Hubbard, Canton, Texas
Information transcribed from The Southland Vol. XII. No 1
Waco, Texas; Established March, 1892

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The Hubbard family is from the State of Tennessee. Freeman Hubbard was the father of Charles, and was born and reared in Tennessee. He was a farmer and in 1852 came to Texas. Miss E. M. Winkle was born in North Carolina and came to Texas in 1859, was married to Mr. Greeman Hubbard and became the mother of six children. She died February 18, 1888, and her husband died May 21, 1901. Charles was born July 3, 1870, in Van Zandt County. He is therefore a native to the "manor born." He has been reared in the county and is among his kindred and friends. He has profited by this and knows well the County and her people. He was educated in the common schools of the county, and has grown up under her influence, and has been stimulated by the hopes and aspirations presented in her realm. He was Deputy County Clerk for many years, and became quite conversant with the County records, as well as court proceedings. He served as District Clerk from 1896 to 1898 inclusive. June 4, 1896, he married Miss Gertrude High. They have one child. He has chosen the law as a profession, and in February of 1903 formed a partnership with Judge Tom Yantis. He has a home in town as well as a tract of land in the country. Lives happily and enjoys life. He is a member of the I. O. O. F. and also a Woodman of the World. He has a good knowledge of things, is well up in his profession, and is quite the complement of Judge Yantis. The are a strong firm and will no doubt attain a great success in their profession.

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