E. E. Barton Papers

Generously Contributed by Gayle Reizes

William Huff, Sr.

Name                 Wm Huff Sr.

Wife - 1st        Mary Kelly

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Information By:  Serena Ann Wright

P.O.      Butler             6/8/1948

Children & P.O.

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  Elijah, eldest child, went to Kansas where he died.

  Peter  Lived in Aberdeen , Ohio

  William Jr.

  Mary       married     Crusann

  Enoch was 14th child by first wife

        1)   Serena Ann born August 10, 1863 in Campbell Co. married James E. Wright, I.

  2nd Wife      

       John

       Neal

       Sarah

Enoch Huff was born in Brown Co., Ohio, and moved with his parents when 6 weeks old to Campbell Co.  About 1865, Enoch Huff moved to Harris Creek in Pendleton Co. on the old John Bradford place. His daughter, Serena Ann (m James E Wright) was born 1-1/2 miles west of Alexandria, Campbell Co. towards Visalia  On June 8, 1948 , she was residing for a while with Mrs. Maude Huff, widow of her brother Robert E. Huff, died in Butler , KY.

Name                William Huff, Sr.

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Information By:  Henry N. Huff

P.O.     Butler                         7/29/1936

Children & P.O.   1st wife

Husband/Wife

William Sr. came to Ohio when they were fighting the Indians.  He followed hunting mostly and was fine marksman with a gun.  He came to Campbell Co. and married his 2nd wife; or married #2 and came to Campbell Co.

  William Jr. went to Indiana , was a cooper by trade.

 - John was a good fellow, big stout man. Donít think he married. He got to be well off.

  Neal ran a bus to Alexandria  Union soldiers took his horses and bus.  He was drafted and they took his outfit from him because he would not fight for the Union  The Provast Marshall was there and turned his horses and bus over to Lef. Geuers. Neal married a Campbell County woman, but separated; didnít live together long.

     2 wife:

  Enoch, ws half brother to the others.

     There were some girls in the family.

--3--  Nealís wife reported him and caused the officers to get after him.  After the war, he came back and took his children toIndiana  Neal hid in a sink-hole while a dozen men were looking for him.  Henry and Joe carried provisions to him.

           William was the greatest violinist ever heard play.

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