Dubberly is a village in Webster Parish, Louisiana, United States. The population was 290 at the 2000 census. It is part of the Minden Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Former Governor Robert F. Kennon was born in Dubberly in 1902 but reared in Minden. James Burton, a popular rock and roll/Country music guitarist, was born in Dubberly in 1939.
Nicholas J. Sandlin, a farmer, lawyer, journalist, district attorney, Webster Parish police juror, state representative, postmaster, Confederate States Army officer and prisoner of war, lived on a plantation near Dubberly in the 1850s. Another state representative from Dubberly, Irvin Talton, held the seat from 1880 to 1884 and was earlier a member of the Webster Parish Police Jury.
Robert L. Frye, the Republican nominee for state education superintendent in 1972, was a former principal at Dubberly High School.
Gene Reynolds, the current District 10 state representative, a Democrat, resides in Dubberly.
Joe Butler (1924-2013), father-in-law of former Webster Parish Sheriff Larkin T. Riser, was the mayor of Dubberly for sixteen years.
State Representative J. S. Bacon of nearby Heflin, who served from 1926 to 1932, is interred at Fellowship Cemetery in Dubberly.