1925 Biography - Charles Huffman

Charles J. Huffman is a son of George H. and Mary (Jones) Huffman. He is a native of this county and was educated in the schools of this and Massac Counties. He served as deputy Post Master under W. H. Gilliam lor some time and took up the study of law. He spent one year in the Law Department of the University of Illinois and on going to Washington, D. C. as secretary to P. T. Chapman he entered George Washington University and graduated from the law department of that school, 1907. Since then he has maintained an office in Vienna and practiced his profession in this and other courts. He was elected States Attorney for the county 1920. He is a mason and a K. of P. He and wife are Republicans, members of the Methodist Church and Egyptian Chapter number thirty O. E. S. (see Simpson).
F. M. Huffman is also a son of the above named parents. He served abroad with the 47th Inf., 4th Div., was commissioned Lieutenant in the 51st Inf., 6th Div., was overseas 11 months. He is one of Vienna's energetic and progressive business men, conducts a Gents Furnishing store and also owns quite a good deal of reai estate. He is a mason, a republican, a member of the Methodist Church and active in the American Legion Post of Vienna. He married Nellie Gray, (see Simpson).

Extracted 06 Feb 2017 by Norma Hass from 1925 A History of Johnson County, Illinois, by Mrs. P. T. Chapman, pages 396-397.

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