Yes, if you want to say it in the past then it would be either "Había..." or "Hubo.
Have a look at these two lessons:
Using había to say there was / there were
Using hubo = there was / there were (simple past)
Using one or the other will depend on whether it is more descriptive (había) or it is more of a completed action (hubo)
How many other variations of this term would there be beyond the past? Does that mean there could be: "there will be", etc.
There are lots of variations, you can use it in all tenses:
There is/are = hay
There was/were = había or hubo
There will be = habrá
There has been = ha habido
Thank you so much for your patience and reply.
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