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HUFFMAN, Andrew J.
HUFFMAN'S HURT PROVED FATAL
Aged Central City Man Succumbs To His Injuries - After lingering for a week, Andrew J. Huffman, of Central City, died yesterday morning as the result of a gun shot wound inflicted on the night of November 2nd. Mr. Huffman, who was very old, was accompanying his-in-law to the barn in the rear of the premises when a gun in the hands of the latter was accidentally discharged, producing the wound which caused his death. He was almost seventy years of age and a life-long resident of this part of the country. He was, prior to the building of Huntington and Central City, one of the prosperous farmers of Cabell county, and was a well known and popular man.
He served in the Confederate army, and was a member of Camp Garnett Confederate veterans. Camp Garnett will attend in a body the funeral which will be at the late residence at 3:00 o'clock this afternoon. -The Huntington Dispatch, Sunday, November 11, 1906  Civil War Index

HUGHES, Charles Morris
CHARLES MORRIS HUGHES
Charles Morris Hughes, 15 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Hughes, 752 Third street, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at his home following a lingering illness. A talented musician and entertainer, he was a member of the Peter Pan Kiddies and the Junior Cotillion club. He was a graduate of Cammack junior high school and had attended Huntington high school. From 1931 to 1933 he was mascot for the Huntington chapter of the Disabled American Veterans. The body is at the Farrell Funeral home pending the completion of funeral arrangements. -The Huntington Advertiser, Sunday Morning, December, 19, 1937

HUGHES, Robert J.
ROBERT J. HUGHES Fifty-seven years old, of 1111 Poplar St. Kenova, will be buried in Woodmere Cemetery following funeral services today at 2 p. m. at the First Baptist Church of Kenova, with the Rev. Robert G. Graves officiating.  The body will be taken to the church an hour before the services from the Rollins Funeral Home at Kenova. -The Herald-Dispatch, Friday, Nov. 6, 1964, pg. 24

HUTCHISON, George
SERVICES WILL BE HELD MONDAY
Funeral services over the remains of the late George Hutchison, whose death occurred at his home on Washington avenue at an early hour Saturday morning, will take place Monday afternoon at two o'clock at the residence. They will be in charge of Bailey Post No. 4, G.A.R., of which he was adjutant. The pall bearers will be J. M. Fuller, S. W. Ingham, J. D. Johnson, J. E. Jordan, James Morrison and Hugh Martindale.
Mr. Hutchison was a man widely known in the Tri-State region. Born in Monroe county August 8, 1841, he moved with his parents, while a young child, to Fallsburg, Ky. After spending his youth in eastern Kentucky he went to Wayne, W. Va., where he engaged in the hotel business.
He enlisted as a member of Company H, Fourteenth Virginia volunteers, (later West Virginia), at the outbreak of the war between the states, and served the Union cause for four years.
After the war he returned to Wayne where he served two terms as clerk of the circuit court.
In the early eighties he came to Huntington. For twenty years prior to his death he was secretary of the Board of Education of Guyandotte district. In 1904 he was elected as a justice of the peace in Guyandotte district and served two terms.
For several years prior to his death he was commissioner of accounts in Cabell county.
Two sons; Charles Hutchison of Charleston and K. F. Hutchison of Huntington and three daughters, Mrs. E. R. Cole and Mrs. Mitchell of West Virginia, and Mrs. Taylor, of Wayne survive him, as does also his venerable wife. -The Huntington Dispatch, Sunday, March 19, 1916  Civil War Index


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