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About Hobart,IN Hobart was platted in 1849. George Earle, an English immigrant bought land from the Potawatomi Native American tribe, who built a dam on Deep River, creating Lake George. He named the settlement that later developed into Hobart, after his brother, Frederick Hobart Earle, who never left England. The First Unitarian Church of Hobart, Hobart Carnegie Library Hobart Commercial District, and Pennsylvania Railroad Station are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Larry Bigbie - professional baseball player Brent Dickson - Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court (1986 - ), Chief Justice (2012-2014) Darren Elkins - professional MMA fighter Brian Gallagher - President and Chief Executive Officer of United Way Worldwide Tim Gill - computer scientist and LGBT activist Bob Kuechenberg - professional football player Rudy Kuechenberg - professional football player Dale Messick - graphic artist, creator of comic strip Brenda Starr Gary Primich - Blues musician and recording artist William Revelli - band director, first in Hobart and later at University of Michigan ^ "Hobart, IN - Official Website - History of City".
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