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Indiana, Montgomery County, portrait
Indiana, Montgomery County, portrait
Orlando Garfield Swanay, husband of Ethel Lee Hostetler Swanay. 
 
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Indiana, Montgomery County, portrait
Indiana, Montgomery County, portrait
Elizabeth Clara Ghormley, daughter of Esther Lydia Hostetler Gormley and Hubert Ghormley. 
 
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Indiana, Orange County, Sketch of David Sears Huffstutter
Indiana, Orange County, Sketch of David Sears Huffstutter
Born in Bourbon County, Kentucky the son of George Huffstutter and Catharine Sears. "David settled in Orange Co., IN 1835 on a farm 1 mile north of the town of Orleans. He was elected to the Indiana State Legislature as a Representative 1846, 1851, 1854. He was elected a State Senator in 1848."
 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
John Kenneth Huffstetter, son of Kevin Huffstetter and Carol Ann Kesl Huffstetter. 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
Thomas Lyle Harlor, son of Geneva Mae Huffstetter and Thomas Edward Harlor. Photo from the Depaw University yearbook, where Lyle graduated from college in 1948. 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
David Schmitt, son of Ella Louise Huffstetter Schmitt and Vincent J. Schmitt 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
Anna Belle Watson, wife of George Washington Huffstetter, Jr. 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
Stella M.Huffstetter, daughter of George Washington Huffstetter and Stelatus Ann Bowen Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
Christopher Romeo Hostetler. Christopher was a grandson of John Hostetler and Catherine Huffstutter Hostetler. a great grandson of George Huffstutter and great, great grandson of Ulrich Huffstutter. 
 
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Indiana, portrait
Indiana, portrait
Lydia Money, wife of David Clinton Hostetler. David was a son of John Hostetler and Catherine Huffstutter Hostetler. David was a grandson of George Huffstutter and great, grandson of Ulrich Huffstutter. 
 
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Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Brothers Kevin and Michael (Mickey) Huffstetter, sons of Kenneth and Helen Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Kevin Huffstetter, son of Kenneth and Helen Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Carol Ann Huffstetter, wife of Kevin Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Daniel J. Huffstetter, son of Kevin and Carol Ann Huffstetter 
 
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Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Indiana, Walkerton, portrait
Kevin and Carol Huffstetter with son Daniel at a Chicago White Sox baseball game 
 
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Iowa, Appanoose County, portrait
Iowa, Appanoose County, portrait
Mickey Wright, daughter of Edgar A. Wright and Lenore Huffstutter 
 
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Iowa, Harrison County, family portrait
Iowa, Harrison County, family portrait
George David McIntosh family

Photo courtesy of the Griffis family 
 
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Iowa, Harrison County, portrait
Iowa, Harrison County, portrait
George David McIntosh 
 
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Iowa, Harrison County, portrait
Iowa, Harrison County, portrait
Harvey Eugene McIntosh

Photo courtesy of the Griffis family 
 
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Iowa, Keokuk, portrait
Iowa, Keokuk, portrait
Robert Laverne Hoffstatter, son of Laverne and Wilma Ruth Starr Hoffstatter 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Milton David Hoffstatter, son of James David Hoffstatter and Eliza Ann White Hoffstatter. 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Milton David Hoffstatter, son of James David Hoffstatter and Eliza Ann White Hoffstatter. 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Milton David Hoffstatter, son of James David Hoffstatter and Eliza Ann White Hoffstatter. 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Josephine Hoffstatter, daughter of Milton David Hoffstatter and Mary Elizabeth Murrow Hoffstatter. 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Roger Hesse Hostetler, son of Gustavus Lucius Hostetler and Ora Etta Curtis Hostetler 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Nancy C.(Mary) Breckingridge, wife of Columbus Hoffstatter and Granville Huffstutter. Columbus was Granville's uncle. Both Columbus and Granville descend from Ulrich's son Matthew. 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
William Dennis Huffstutter, son of Granville E. Huffstutter and Nancy C. (Mary) Breckinridge Huffstutter 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
Frances Agnes Trowbridge Huffstutter, wife of William Dennis Huffstutter 
 
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Iowa, portrait
Iowa, portrait
William Dennis Huffstutter and Francis Agnes Trowbridge Huffstutter, 50th wedding anniversary photo. 
 
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Iowa, Scott County,  Advertisement photo for the Hostetler Studios with motto: 'WE NEVER FAIL TO CATCH EM'.  Studio was located in Davenport, Iowa.
Iowa, Scott County, Advertisement photo for the Hostetler Studios with motto: "WE NEVER FAIL TO CATCH EM". Studio was located in Davenport, Iowa.
Advertisements, Hostetler Studios, John Benton Hostetler, Photographs
Copied from an article on the Davenport Library website. See more Hostetler images here: http://blogs.davenportlibrary.com/sc/tag/hostetler-studios/
also here:… 
 
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Iowa, Wapello County, portrait
Iowa, Wapello County, portrait
Helen Louise Tallman Huffstutter, wife of Robert G. Huffstutter 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Eli Hofsteater 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
William O. Hofsteater and Albertine Sweet 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Eliza Strain, wife of Eli Hofsteater 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
seated front row: Robert J. Rowan and wife Samantha Annetta Hofsteater
standing in rear: daughters, Carrie and Glynne  
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Howard McPherson Hofsteater 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Howard McPherson Hofsteater 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Nora Irene Hofsteater, 2nd oldest child of William Ottica and Maria Sweet Hofsteater. 
 
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Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Iowa, Washington County, portrait
Nora, Frank and Annetta Hofsteater. The youngest child, Gertrude, is the only one of the siblings not present. 
 
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Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
James and Maxine Huffstutter's 56th wedding anniversary, November 25,1992 
 
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Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
James Wilbur Huffstutter 
 
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Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
Maxine Brooks Huffstutter 
 
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Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait
James Wilber Huffstutter, son of James Louis Huffstutter and Lillie Leola Clampett Huffstutter 
 
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Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait, December, 1967
Kansas, Arkansas City, portrait, December, 1967
Back row from left: Sharon Joann Huffstutter, Sandra Lou Huffstutter and Sue Ellen Huffstutter. Front row from left: Marcia June Huffstutter, James Wilbur Huffstutter and Maxine Ellen Brooks Huffstutter 
 
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Kansas, portrait
Kansas, portrait
Dr. Sue Ellen Huffstutter, daughter of James Wilbur and Maxine Brooks Huffstutter 
 
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Kansas, portrait
Kansas, portrait
Sharon Joann Huffstutter, daughter of James Wilbur Huffstutter and Maxine Ellen Brooks Huffstutter 
 
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Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Interior view of original church 
 
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Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Close-up of log exterior of original church 
 
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Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Kentucky, Bourbon County, Cane Ridge Church
Located a few miles from the Huffstutter farm is a church called Cane Ridge Meeting House which is noteworthy for its role in the 1801 religious revival known as the Second Great Awakening which led to the founding of the Christian Church in 1804. At the minister Barton Stone’s invitation, crowds estimated at 12,000-20,000 people gathered in the… 
 
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Kentucky, Bourbon County, Millersburg, Family Business
Kentucky, Bourbon County, Millersburg, Family Business
Virginia Brown in front of her restaurant "Bridget's Kitchen" with her niece Patricia Ann Hatton Haynie. Virginia Brown was the daughter of Robert Huddleson and Vena Huffstetter 
 

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