Floyd County Military Records

 

Henry Clay Hubbard was the son of William Hubbard, Sr.  He enlisted as a 4th Sergeant in Company A of the 10th KY Cavalry (Diamond's) of the CSA on September 10, 1862, in Prestonsburg.  Henry was promoted to 1st Corporal on April 1, 1863.  1st Sgt. Henry Clay Hubbard was wounded in the left leg and captured at Mount Sterling on June 10, 1864.  He was in the hospital in Lexington until June 24, 1864, and was then transferred to Camp Morton, a prison in Indianapolis, IN.  Henry died of Spinal Meningitis on February 27, 1865, while a POW.  He is buried in Section 32 at Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis, IN. 
 
Henry Clay Hubbard was the son of William Hubbard, Sr., the brother of William Hubbard, Jr., was also a Confederate POW.  Henry died at the approximate age of 22 years.