THE GENOLOGY OF THE HUFFMAN FAMILY
I Joseph H.W. Huffman ??-??1805/09-22-1983
m Mary Montgomery ??-??-1807/09-03-1875
m Amelia Peterson 05-19-1828/09-22-1913
II1 Josephus Bradstan Huffman 12-02-1830/01-30-1904
II2 Henry W. Huffman ??-??-1833/00-00-1863
II3 Mary Ann Huffman (Carey) ??-??-????/??-??-????
II4 Levi H. Huffman 06-12-1836/04-20-1916
II5 Florence Huffman deceased at 3 years
II6 Alfred H. Huffman 06-05-1838/10-08-1867
II7 Aaron Huffman ??-??-1843/??-??-????
II8 Humphrey M. Huffman 07-22-1832/10-16-1912
II9 Reuben St. John Huffman 12-02-1845/02-10-1921
II10 Jethro Harvey Huffman 03-25-1848/11-28-1909
Joseph H. W. Huffman and family lived at Greenfield, Ohio.
They moved to Buck Creek, Carroll County,Indiana in 1835.
In 1855 they moved to Chickasaw county,Iowa near where the
town of Chickasaw now is. The old homestead still stands.
It is across the road north from the Hines farm and about
1/2 mile east of Chickasaw. They were amoung the first settlers
of Chickasaw County.
He was a shoemaker by trade and a farmer. In later years he
was a circuit rider minister.
Joseph and Mary Huffman had 8 sons and 2 daughters--one
daughter dying in infancy. One son, Aron with his family moved
to California; one son, Jethro went to Kansas and made his home;
Henry W's family homesteaded in South Dakota and later went west
and North. The other children of Joseph H. W. Huffman settled on
farms near the parental homestead in Chickasaw County,Iowa.
Four sons enlisted in the Union Army in the Civil War. Henry
and Alfred were killed in that war. Levi and Humphery returned
making there homes near Chickasaw.
Joseph H.W. Huffman and his two wives are buried in the
Chickasaw County. At the Cedar View Cewmetary, town of Chickasaw.
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Unit 1 Josephus Bradstan Huffman
Unit 2 Henry W. Huffman
Unit 3 Mary Ann Huffman(Carey)
Unit 4 Levi H. Huffman
Unit 5 Alfred H. Huffman
Unit 6 Aaron Huffman
Unit 7 Humphrey M. Huffman
Unit 8 Reuben St. John Huffman
Unit 9 Jethro Harvey Huffman