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Thomas Hamlin Hubbard, American lawyer. Member Butler, Stillman & Hubbard, New York, 1875-1896.


Hubbard, Thomas Hamlin was born on December 20, 1838 in Hallowell, Maine, United States. Son of John and Sarah Hodge (Barrett) Hubbard.


Bachelor of Arts, Bowdoin, 1857, A.M., 1860 (Doctor of Laws, 1894). Bachelor of Laws, Albany Law School, 1861. Admitted to Maine bar, 1860, New York, 1861, Supreme Court of the United States, 1870.

First lieutenant adjunct 25th Maine Infantry, September 29, 1862. Lieutenant colonel, 30th Maine Infantry, December 19, 1863. Colonel, June 2, 1864.

Bvtd. brigadier general vols., July 13, 1865, “for meritorious services”. Resigned, July 23, 1865.


Member Butler, Stillman & Hubbard, New York, 1875-1896. Vice-president and director S.P. Company, 1896-1900. President Mexican International R R. Company, 1897-1901, Houston & Texas Central R.R., 1894-1901.

President Guatemala Central Railroad Company, 1901-1912, International Bank, since 1905. President and Chairman of the Board International Banking Corporation, since 1904. President Pacific Improvement Company, since 1903.

Director National Bank of Commerce. Director and chairman of the executive committee Toledo, St. Louis & Western Railroad Company, American Light & Traction Company. Director and member Executive Committee Wabash Railroad Company, Western Union Telegraph Company.

Director and member finance committee Metropolitan Life Insurance Company Trustee Bowdoin College, Albany Law School.


Member Butler, Stillman & Hubbard, New York, 1875-1896.


Married Sibyl A. Fahnestock, January 28, 1868.

John Hubbard

Sarah Hodge (Barrett) Hubbard

Sibyl A. Fahnestock