The Caddo Herald
April 9, 1937
Funeral Services are to be Held Today for N. J. Huddleston
N. J. Huddleston, father of Hugh Huddleston of the city, died at his home here Wednesday afternoon after an illness of only a day.
Mr. Huddleston, although he had lived her only a short time, is well and favorably known. He lived at Eufaula and Pawhuska before moving here. He was 72 years of age at the time of his death.
Mr. Huddleston suffered a stroke of paralysis Tuesday evening before his death on Wednesday. Funeral services were held this afternoon (Friday) at 2:30 at the Methodist Church with burial in the local cemetery.
The deceased is survived by his wife of this city, one son, Hugh, also of this city, and four daughters: Mrs. D. S. Lambeth of Alexandria, Louisiana, Mrs. G. C. Ratliff, Hartford, Arkansas, Mrs. A. L. Smith, Pawhuska, Okla., and Mrs. C. M. Beckett, Marshall, Texas.
(Norman Jay Huddleston, Gethsemane Cemetery, TA block 1, lot 35)
Friday, January 12, 1940
Mrs. N. E. Huddleston
Mrs. N. E. Huddleston died at
the home of her daughter Mrs. Clara
Smith in Oklahoma City Friday. The remains were buried in the Caddo
cemetery Saturday after the funeral at the Methodist Church conducted by Rev. A. S. Eggner. Pallbearers were Joe Brown, Frank Semple, Jud Wheatley, L. E.
Propps and Alton Downing. Mrs. Huddleston was born in Tennessee
in 1863 and lived at Caddo with her husband who died three years ago. Surviving
are one son Hugh Huddleston of
Caddo, four daughters Mrs. C. M. Meckett
of Marshall, Texas; Mrs. D. S. Lambeth of
Alexandria, Louisiana, Mrs. T. C.
Ratcliff of Stigler, and Mrs. Clara
Smith of Oklahoma City. There were nine grandchildren. Mrs. Huddleston was a long time member of the Methodist Church.
(Nannie Elizabeth Huddleston: Gethsemane Cemetery, TA, Block 1, Lot 35)