|Birth: ||Mar. 13, 1882|
|Death: ||Oct. 31, 1959|
Milliner and dressmaker
Alice married past her youth and had no children. As a young woman, she supported herself as a hat maker. When hats went out of fashion, she turned to dressmaking. Her legend was that, if a woman could find a picture of the fanciest gown from Paris and bring the picture to Alice, Alice could make the dress for the woman. When Alice finally married, she married a Chicago newspaper man who drank more than a bit of alcohol, on more than an occasional basis. Alice kept sewing and didn't depend on her husband for support. She lived in a ground level apartment, in a neighborhood near the University of Chicago, amidst her boxes of fabric and buttons and thread.
Her favorite line:
"I'd rather be fat than wrinkled!"
Sister of Emma Jane, Carrie, Linnie Loretta, Anna, Harrison Ray, Arthur J., Bernice, and Bertram.
Wife of Fred Allen HUBBARD (1869-1929); married September 29, 1920, in Chicago, Illinois, before a judge serving in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois.
Henry Mullan Griffith (1848 - 1900)
Evaline Hukill Griffith (1855 - 1894)
Fred A. Hubbard (1871 - 1929)
Linnie L. Griffith Taylor (1878 - 1967)*
Anna Griffith Cox (1879 - 1943)*
Harrison Ray Griffith (1881 - 1915)*
Alice Maud Griffith Hubbard (1882 - 1959)
Arthur J. Griffith (1883 - 1961)*
Bertram Griffith (1891 - 1892)*
Bernice Griffith Beard (1891 - 1955)*
Note: (grandaunt of page maintainer)
Plot: Block B; Row 4; Lot 14
Maintained by: AMB
Originally Created by: Bob & Nancy Cannon
Record added: Feb 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24544592