Person:Leigh Huntley (1)

m. Sep 1834
  1. Abel W. HuntleyEst 1836 - Aft 1863
  2. Dr George Rufus Huntley1837 - 1925
  3. Dr. William Norman Huntley, DDS1839 - 1925
  4. Lovira Ann Huntley1841 - 1902
  5. Leigh G. Huntley1843 - 1925
  6. Louisa Mabelle Huntley1844 - 1889
  7. Scott Fairchild Huntley1847 - 1936
  8. Austin Perry Huntley1849 - 1912
  9. Estella J. Huntley1853 - 1920
  10. Harriet J. Huntley1855 - 1939
  11. Dr Oscar Calvin Huntley1857 - 1934
  12. Ida Elizabeth HuntleyCal 1858 - 1942
  13. Ada C. Huntley1859 - 1948
m. ca 1886
Facts and Events
Name[2] Leigh G. Huntley
Gender Male
Birth? 19 Jun 1843 Canandaigua, Ontario, New York, United States
Military? 3 Nov 1862 to 1 Sep 1865 6th Ohio Cavalry, Co. E (Civil War)
Marriage ca 1886 per 1910 Fed Census
to Harriet Louisa Sabin
Death[1] 28 Mar 1925 Glenbeulah, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States
Burial? Walnut Grove Cemetery, Glenbeulah, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States


Obit for Leigh G. Huntley

Sheboygan Press March 30, 1925
LEIGH G. HUNTLY, VETERAN OF THE CIVIL WAR AND ONCE OWNER OF GLENN HOUSE, DIES

Glenbeulah—Leigh G. Huntley, 82, Civil war veteran and former owner of the Glenn House, died at his home here at 7 p.m. Saturday after an illness of several years. Mr. Huntley, who retired from active business several years ago, held the distinction of not only being a fighter himself but of being a member of a family of fighters, His father, Calvin Huntley, and his three brothers, Abel, Scott and George, all served in the Civil war during which Abel was killed in action.
Leigh Huntley was born in New York State on June 19, 1843, the son of Calvin and Julia Fairchild Huntley. When but a small child he moved with his parents to Ohio where they settled on a farm at Bristolville. At the age of 18 Mr. Huntley went to Cleveland where he enlisted in the Union army and was immediately station at a camp. Later he was sent to a camp in Virginia and then to Camp Lookout. After being seized with a fever he was transferred to the hospital corps and ordered to Washington where he remained for two years doing clerical work under Chaplain Dr. Channing. In 1865 he obtained his discharge.
He returned to Ohio and a short time later came to Chicago and then to Wisconsin. He was married to Miss Hattie Sabin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Sabin of Glenbeulah. Mr. and Mrs. Huntley purchased the Glenn House together with the livery operated in connection and managed this business for eleven years. Later they purchased a general store which they conducted for many years.
The survivors are his widow, three sisters, Mrs. Hattie Abiams, Mrs. Ida Render and Mrs. Pearl Miller, all of Cleveland, Ohio, and three brothers, Scott of Cleveland, Ohio, and Dr. William and Oscar of Warren, Ohio.
Funeral services will be held in the home Wednesday and from the M. E. Church. The Rev. Edward Hall of Gillet officiating. Burial will be in the village cemetery.

References
  1. Applied for Civil War pension 4 Aug 1890. His wife, Hattie applied for his Civil War pension, as a widow, on 11 Apr 1925, residence still Greenbush, WI.
  2. In 1870 Federal Ohio census described as "single". In 1880, Leigh (pron. Lay) is residing in Chicago IL, described as "divorced". First wife's name unknown at this time.