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Naval officer

Arthur Franklin Huntington, American naval officer. Awarded West Indian Campaign medal, 1898; Sampson medal, 1898; Philippine Campaign medal, 1901; Victory medal, 1918. Member of the United States Naval Institute, Naval History Foundation, Naval Academy Alumni Association, National Sojourners, Military Order of the Carabao.; Mason.

Background

Huntington, Arthur Franklin was born on February 24, 1877 in Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of Charles Lathrop and Elizabeth Franklin (Bache) Huntington.

Education

Student United States Naval Academy, 1894-1897.

Career

1 son, Seymour Franklin (deceased). Assistant paymaster (rank of ensign), United States Navy, 1898, advanced through grades to rear admiral, South Carolina., 1938, filing usual assignments afloat and ashore. Retired (statutory age) March 1, 1941.

Remained on active duty to August 1942.

Membership

Member of the United States Naval Institute, Naval History Foundation, Naval Academy Alumni Association, National Sojourners, Military Order of the Carabao. Mason.; Clubs: New York Yacht (New York City).

Connections

Married Mary E. Klink, January 16, 1907.

father:
Charles Lathrop Huntington

mother:
Elizabeth Franklin (Bache) Huntington

spouse:
Mary E. Klink