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George Franklin Huff

congressman

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