Person:William Huntley (23)

Dr. William Norman Huntley, DDS
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
  • HDr. William Norman Huntley, DDS1839 - 1925
  • WJennie L. Jones1846 - 1927
m. 8 Sep 1867
  1. Frankie W. Huntley1876 - 1877
  2. Bruce Norman Huntley1878 - 1892
Facts and Events
Name Dr. William Norman Huntley, DDS
Gender Male
Birth[1] 8 Jun 1839 Canandaigua, Ontario, New York, United States
Marriage 8 Sep 1867 Trumbull, Ohio, United Statesto Jennie L. Jones
Death[1] 17 Sep 1925 Warren, Trumbull, Ohio, United States208 Scott Street
Burial? 19 Sep 1925 Oakwood Cemetery, Warren, Trumbull, Ohio, United States

Obituary for Dr. William N. Huntley

From: Warren Tribune Chronicle
Issue: Thu, 17 Sep 1925, pa 7, col 2 (photo)

Dr. W. N. Huntley, 86, Died This Morning

Dr. William N. Huntley, aged 86 years and a resident of Warren for over fifty years, died at his home at 208 Scott street this morning at nine o'clock, the immediate cause of death being attributed to a strofe of apoplexy which overtook him yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
For a number of years Dr. Huntley had been in failing health, but was able to be about the house until yesterday morning, when he was unable to leave his room and the fatal attack gradually came upon him during the day.
Dr. Huntley was born in Canandaigua, N.Y. on June 9, 1839 and came to Trumbull County when a boy. For a number of years he was a teacher in schools of Johnston, Bristol and other townships in the north part of the county, and was married on September 8, 1867 to Miss Jennie S. Jones of Bristol. Two children were born to them. Frank, who died in infancy, and Bruce Norman, who was 14 years old when he passed away.
When the family took up their residence in Warren, Dr. Huntley entered the profession of dentistry and practiced here for many years. Fifteen years ago he retired from active practice and has lived quietly at his home on Scott street. He was a man of excellent character, fine principle, and had a large number of friends in Warren and throughout Trumbull county, who held him in the highest regard.
Dr. Huntley was a member of the First M.E. church, and is survived by his wife, two brothers, Scott Huntley, Cleveland; Oscar Huntley, Warren; three sisters, Mrs. Hattie Abrams, Warren; Mrs. Ida Rinder, Mrs. Ada Miller, Cleveland.
Funeral services will be held at the home at 208 Scott street, Saturday afternoon at 2:30, when Rev. V.W. Wagar will officiate. Interment will take place in Oakwood cemetery.

  1. 1.0 1.1 Oakwood Cemetery, in Find A Grave.