Blair & Lenoir
John Bussell
Freeman Letter
Greer letter to Hudson
Norbert Lee
Rachael Huff Letters
This is a collection of letters from the Huff family during World War II. W.E. and Ada Huff had one daughter and three sons. Each of the sons fought in the war. The oldest child Rachel was their only daughter.
Henry Huff letters
The elder son, Sgt. Henry “Buck” Huff was killed in action in Luxembourg, Germany in 1945. He had been wounded earlier in a December battle fighting for the Third Army.
Huff Family letters
This is a collection of letters from the Huff family during World War II. W.E. and Ada Huff had one daughter and three sons. Each of the sons fought in the war. The oldest child Rachel was their only daughter. The elder son, Sgt. Henry “Buck” Huff was killed in action in Luxembourg, Germany in 1945. He had been wounded earlier in a December battle fighting for the Third Army. The middle son William E. “Dick” Huff was the only son to survive the war. The youngest son Pvt. Robert “Bob” Huff was k
Huff Family letters2
Huff Family letters3
The middle son William E. “Dick” Huff was the only son to survive the war.
Easter Sunday Service
Henry Huff Memorial
The youngest son Pvt. Robert “Bob” Huff was killed in a training accident in Texas in 1943. Thanks to Henry Huff for sharing these family letters. Henry, who lives in Loudon is the son of Dick and Eula.
Huff Telegrams
Huff Artifacts
Huff Artifacts2
WB Lenoir Letters
Here are a few financial papers from William B. Lenoir in 1845, he moved to present day Lenoir City in 1810. He owned somewhere between 2,700-5,000 acres of land. He also served in the militia and reached the rank of major. He died in 1852 at the age of 77.
Homer A. Newman 1896-1959_Page_1
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