The surname Hubbard is of English origin. The name signifies the ‘son of Hubert’. The given name Hubert is composed of the Germnaic elements ‘hug’, heart, mind, spirit and ‘berht’, bright, famous. It was popular among the Normans, who introduced it into England, where it was later reinforced by settlers from the Low Counties. The name was borne by an eighth century bishop of Maastricht who was adopted as the patron of hunters, since, like St. Eustace, he is supposed to have seen a vision of Christ crucified between the antlers of a stag; he is sometimes called ‘the apostle of the Ardennes’. The nursery ryhme, ‘Old mother Hubbard’, represents a feminine form of the given name. There were sure to have been plenty of Hubertas who would be Hubbard in common life. The name dates as far back as the tenth century were a Eudo filius Huberti is recorded in historical archives. The surname evovled through the names Huberd, Hoberd, Hubard and Hobart, until the name reached the modern form we know today. The surname was brought to America p… Coat of arms: Gules on a bend argen…
Order now the entire document of your Last Name
Download immediately the origin of your Last Name and go back many generations.
You will be able to print it out or forwarded to anyone in your family.
The file will be available for download immediately after check out
An important gift, a historical memory of the Family to be passed on to future generations.
Size: 8.5 x 11 inches (21.5 cm X 28 cm) (PDF Format)
After the payment if you didn’t get the file click here