Obit: Huntley, Frances Elizabeth (? - 1895)


Surnames: Huntley, Barrian, Rounds, Boyd, Grimmer, Grammont, Frederickson, Ballard, Charpier, Beeks, Berrian, Powell

----Source: The Chippewa Times (Chippewa Falls, Chippewa County, WI.) Tuesday, September 17, 1895

Huntley, Frances Elizabeth (2 April? - 10 September 1895)

Mrs. Huntley's Funeral

The funeral of Mrs. Richard Huntley, who died in St. Paul, Tuesday last, occurred Thursday from the Methodist-Episcopal Church, Rev. H. E. Beeks officiating. All of the family of the deceased was present except the oldest daughter, Mrs. Frank V. Rounds, who is living in Portland, Oregon, and was not able to get here in time; notwithstanding the fact that the notice was short. A large number who had known Mrs. Huntley in life attended the funeral. The pall bearers were Robert D. Boyd, Frank Grimmer, John Grammont, Fred Frederickson, Vernon Ballard, and Ed Charpier. After the service at the church the remains were borne to Forest Hill Cemetery.

Members of the family beside the husband present were the children Roland, Lynn, Maud, Lulu and Alice.

Note: Frances Elizabeth (Berrian) Huntley was the daughter of James Augustus Berrian and Sarah B. Powell. She was born 2 April, in Brimfield, Peoria County, Illinois and died 10 September, 1895. She married Richard Huntley on 4 July, 1869 in Neillsville, Wisconsin, where she resided there until 1883 when the family moved to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.

(Submitted by Charlott Wells Jones)

Wisconsin Marriage Records

BioM: Berrian, Frances Elizabeth (1869)

Richard Huntley
Spouse's Name Frankie Berrian
Event Date 04 Jul 1869
Event Place Neillsville, Clark, Wisconsin
Father's Name William Huntley
Mother's Name Mary Huntley
Spouse's Father's Name James Berrian
Spouse's Mother's Name Sarah Berrian
Race White
Spouse's Race White



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