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|1||Military-World War I: John Huffstutter; Luther M. Huffstutter |
Tennessee, Obion County
|2||Military-World War I: George F. Huffstutter|
|3||Military-World War I: James S. Huffstetter |
New-York tribune. (New York [N.Y.]) 1866-1924, November 15, 1918, Page 5, Image 5 Casuality List
|4||Military-World War I: James S. Huffstetter |
Casualty List: New-York tribune., November 15, 1918, Page 5, Image 5
"Kentucky" died in France
|5||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 27 May 1921|
James S. Huffstetter, His body was returned from France where he died during World War I.
|6||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Obituary, Lexington Herald, (Lexington, Kentucky) 10 Jun 1921|
James S. Huffstetter, Died in World War I.
|7||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Military Service, World War I: Draft Registration|
All of these men are descendants of Ulrich Huffstutter. The various spellings of the surname as it evolved are clearly demonstrated.
|8||Kentucky, Nicholas County, Tombstone |
Carlisle Cemetery, James Huffstetter
|9||Washington, King County, Seattle. World War I Draft Registration Card|
Harry Heinie Hoffstatter
|10||Missouri, Grundy County, World War I Draft Registration Card|
Robert Kenny Huffstutter