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Hubbardton, Vermont

Located in Rutland County, Hubbarton was granted by Benning Wentworth in 1764 and named for the grantee Thomas Hubbard.

Hilly and rocky, Hubbardton cuts through both Lake Hortonia and Lake Bomoseen.

Historically, Hubbardton is best known for the Battle of Hubbardton, which took place on July 7, 1777.

Unincorporated villages and settlements: East Hubbardton, Hortonia, Hubbarton village

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