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George Franklin Huff

George Franklin Huff, American congressman. member Lloyd, Huff & Company, bankers, 1866-1873; Member Pennsylvania Senate, 1884-1888; member 52d Congress (1891-1893), 21st Pennsylvania District, 54th Congress (1895-1897), Pennsylvania-at-large and 58th to 61st Congresses (1903-1911), 22d District.

Background

  • Huff, George Franklin was born on July 16, 1842 in Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of George and Caroline (Boyer) Huff.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools, Middletown and Altoona, Pennsylvania.

    Career

    • Judge J. M. Burrell, March 16, 1871. Cashier Ebensburg Bank, 1865-1866. Member Lloyd, Huff & Company, bankers, 1866-1873.

      President Farmers’ National Bank, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 1871-1874. Vice president Fifth National Bank, Pittsburgh, 1874-1875. Cashier Greensburg Banking Company, 1874-1892.

      Director First National Bank, Greensburg, since 1881. Treasurer Southwestern Pennsylvania R.R., 1871-1874, and director same until road was merged into Pennsylvania R.R. President Keystone Coal & Coke Company.

    Membership

    Member Lloyd, Huff & Company, bankers, 1866-1873. Member Pennsylvania Senate, 1884-1888. Member 52d Congress (1891-1893), 21st Pennsylvania District, 54th Congress (1895-1897), Pennsylvania-at-large and 58th to 61st Congresses (1903-1911), 22d District.

    Connections

    • Married Henrietta, d.
    • father: George Huff
    • mother: Caroline (Boyer) Huff
    • spouse: Henrietta
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    Died April 18, 1912
    (aged 69)
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