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Date of Death: 2 Sep 1912
Subject: Alexander C. Huffaker
Source: Savannah Reporter, Sep 1912

Alexander C. Huffaker died at his home in Savannah Monday September 2, at the age of seventy-three years and five months, having spent forty-seven years of that time in Andrew county. The funeral was held at the Christian church Wednesday afternoon by Rev F. C. McCallon and the remains placed in the Savannah cemetery. Ever since Mr. Huffaker was a young man twenty-two years old he has been a faithful member of the Christian church.


He was known all over Andrew county and had friends who came to the funeral and who visited him during his sickness who had been his neighbors in various parts of the county. He served in the Civil War from 1861 to the close as a confederate soldier under General Price in the Third Missouri Cavalry.


In 1873 he was married to Miss Mariah M. Kirtley and she with nine children survive him and all the children excepting Mrs. Carl Stout of Los Angeles Calif. were present at the funeral. Kirtley and Edward live near Savannah, John B. at Des Moines, Clyde in St. Joseph, Mrs. J. M. Merritt in Savannah and Mrs. Carl Elliott east of Savannah and Miss Katherine and Miss Carrie are at home.