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Military-Civil War: Perry Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: Perry Huffstutter
Confederate Military Service Record 
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
(Confederate) Nicholas County, Kentucky. Reunion Photo of Morgan's Men Association, 1903, Nicholas County, Kentucky. Photo belonged to Private Green R. Keller (?-?) C.S.A., 5th Regiment Kentucky Cavalry; handwritten on back in pen "This belonged to Green R. Keller, a member of / Morgan's Men / Presented to the Hunt Morgan House by / Nathan Young… 
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Confederate Military Record.
Son of James Huffstutter and Elvira Sparks. 3rd Battalion, Kentucky Mounted Rifles, Company D--[also called 1st or 10th Battalion]
Organized during the late summer of 1862. The unit served in the Department of East Tennessee, and later in the Department of Western Virginia and East Tennessee. It skirmished in various… 
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Morgan's Men (Confederate). Mystic of the legendary Morgan's Men. 
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstetter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstetter
Affadavit of service for his brother-in-law John C. Bedford's Confederate Pension  
 
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Military-Civil War: J. L. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: J. L. Huffstutter
Confederate Prisoner of War  
 
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Kentucky, Bourbon County, Newspaper, The Bourbon News (Paris, Kentucky), 28 October 1902
Kentucky, Bourbon County, Newspaper, The Bourbon News (Paris, Kentucky), 28 October 1902
John C. Bedford attends dedication of the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley, Kentucky 
 
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Military-Civil War: D. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: D. Huffstutter
Indiana militia captured while defending Corydon, Harrison Co., IN from the Confederate Raider, John Hunt Morgan. 1863. [?sic David Huffstutter?] Which one?  
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Confederate Pension. http://hdl.handle.net/10602/3957 
 
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Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Military-Civil War: William W. Huffstutter
Obituary "Charter Member of Morgan's Men Dies W. W. Huffstetter Passes Away- Funeral Will be Held Friday" "Lexington Herald", Lexington, Kentucky 29 January 1914.
William W. Huffstutter was a charter member of the Morgan's Men Association formed originally at Lexington, Kentucky, at the reinternment of Gen. John Hunt Morgan, on April 17, 1868. … 
 
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Tennessee, Obion County, Tombstone
Tennessee, Obion County, Tombstone
Oak Ridge Cemetery(Elbridge, TN): Perry Huffstutter, youngest son of Lewis and Nancy, commemorative marker. Perry is not buried here; his actual gravesite is unknown. He died from wounds suffered during the battle of Perryville, KY in Oct. 1862 and is buried along the route of the Confederate retreat.I had this marker made and put down between his…