ANDREW TYLER HUNTINGTON
WASHINGTON, January 27, 1915 – Andrew Tyler Huntington, Chief of the Division of Loans and Currency of the Treasury for twenty-five years, died at his home here tonight. He was 73 years old and a veteran of the Civil War. He had been connected with the Treasury Department for thirty-six years when he resigned on January 1, 1914.
He will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery tomorrow.
Mr. Huntington was born at Savannah, Georgia, but soon moved to Springfield, Massachusetts, where, at the outbreak of the Civil War, he enlisted as a Private in the Tenth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. He was discharged from service in 1865 and in the year following he went to work for Jay Cooke in his famous New York banking house, where he remained even years.
HUNTINGTON, ANDREW T
PVT CO F, 10 MASS VOL INF CW
DATE OF DEATH: 01/26/1915
BURIED AT: SITE 18522
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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