Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

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Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

Post by lasthibb »

i was wondering if someone could send me more info on the hibbards that lived in stafford point and if that is the city of stafford. i was also wondering if anyone has any info as to where the hibbard cemetery is if thre is one. i know it is some where in fort bend county between stafford and sugarland. thanks in advance.
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Re: Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

Post by fultons2000 »

Hi Paul.

I also am a descendant of the Hibbards of Stafford, TX. My mother was Mary Elizabeth Hibbard d/o George Andrew Hibbard s/o Loran Hibbard and Mary Ann Fike. Loran married 4 times that I know of. His second wife was Mrs. Eliza Hinds (do not know her maiden name), his third wife was Ricca Eggart and his fourth wife was Francis Johnson. He had children with the first three wives.

I also am trying to find exactly where the cemetery is in Stafford. I have some leads, but nothing definite.

Rhonda Carter has done a lot of research on the Hibbard family and has a lot of information. I also am searching for decendants of Loran Hibbard. I would like to know where you fit into the Stafford Hibbard clan.

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Re: Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

Post by rhonda »


If you would email me directly perhaps I can help you. I have quite a bit a data on the "Texas Hibbards" and may have something that will help you find your connection.
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Re: Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

Post by Billy »

My name is Billy, eldest son of Dee, and would like to know the location of the cemetary also. I live in Pearland (Brazoria Co) not too far from Stafford. I understand from conversations with my Dad, that the cemetary and old home place was near the Blueridge area SE of Stafford point, but I'm not sure. They have developed this area into sub-divisions, named Quail Valley and others. FM 2234 goes from old 288 to Stafford & Sugarland, and there is a lot of open land on the south side of the road, but no signs to tell you what is out there. If someone knows the boundaries maybe we could locate it...waiting...

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Re: Stafford, Texas Hibbard Family

Post by JakeHibbardTexas »

My dad said that there’s a Hibbard cemetery. He said it’s in the middle of a cow pasture. I’m a descendent of Loran Hibbard.
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