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 Helen Keep <I>Otis</I> Hubbard

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Helen Keep Otis Hubbard

Birth
Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Death 25 Jan 1941 (aged 66)
Lake Wales, Polk County, Florida, USA
Burial Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA
Plot Section: LAKESIDE, Lot: 3 N.1/2, Space: 3
Memorial ID 130450482 View Source

Married Elijah Kent Hubbard in 1901. They had two sons, Otis Livingston Hubbard of Chicago and Chauncey Keep Hubbard of New York. They had two daughters, Mrs Helen Hubbard Dodge of Greenwich, CT and Mrs Mildred De Koven of Middletown CT.

Mrs. Hubbard was a permanent resident of Middlebrook, Connecticut when she died at Lake Wales, Florida, where she had been seven days, of uremic poisoning.

Her husband was Elijah Hubbard.

Her parents were George L Otis, of Chicago, IL and Mary Keef [sic], of Ohio.

Mrs. Hubbard was cremated and ashes delivered to her sons on 26 Jan 1941.

Source: Carey Hand Funeral Home Records, Orlando, Florida Register Volume 25, November 2, 1940 - August 11, 1941, p. 185
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Chicago Tribune 26 Jan 1941, Sun, p. 16

Lake Wales, Fla - Mrs. Helen Keep Otis Hubbard, former Chicagoan and wife of E. Kent Hubbard, president of the Munfactureres association of Connecticut, died here today. She was 67 years old. The Hubbards came here Jan 10 from their home at Middletown, Conn., and were the guests of John H Goss of Waterbury, Conn. Mrs. Hubbard was the daughter of George Livingston Otis. She and Mr. Hubbard were married in 1901. Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons, Otis Livingston Hubbard of Chicago and Chauncey Keep Hubbard of New York, and two daughters, Mrs. Helen Hubbard Dodge of Greenwich, Conn., and Mrs. Mildred De Koven of Middletown.

Hartford Courant 26 Jan 1941, Sun. p. 1

[repeat of previous obit plus...]. Mrs. Hubbard was born in Chicago October 1, 1874, a daughter of the late George Livingston and Mary W Keep Otis. She was graduated from the University of Chicago and after extensive travels in Europe married Mr. Hubbard in Chicago January 15, 1901. She had lived in Middletown ever since. Mrs. Hubbard was interested in playground and musical activities here. She was a director of the Hartford Symphony Society of Connecticut and was a member of the Connecticut Valley Garden Club. Deeply interested in the Russell Library in Middletown, she sale contributed to the upbuilding of a library in Camden, Me., where her mother had a summer home, and showed great interest in musical events there. The Hubbards made their home in their Arawana estate, off new field Street, Middletown.
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