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    • Charles Huntley

    • Huntley; Founding Fathers; People
    • Charles Huntley (1834–1883) came to this area in 1846 with his family. At the time, he was about 12 years of age. He was Thomas Huntley’s older son. When the Civil War broke out he was among the first from the area to enlist. He assembled 300...
    • First Congregational Church 100 Years 1952

    • Churches; Huntley; People
    • In 1952 the congregation celebrated 100 years of the founding of the church. Mary Bartholomew (1865-1958) was the oldest living member of the congregation at the time - she was 87 years old at the time of the photo. She lived to be 93. From left to...
    • John T. Kelley

    • Huntley; People
    • Son on John G. Kelley. Photo taken while visiting Notre Dame. Owner of the Sawyer Kelley Mill; Vice President of State Bank of Huntley; Huntley Township Trustee; Huntley School Board Trustee; Huntley Village Clerk; possible mayor of Huntley.
    • First Congregational Church Hobo Show 1960's

    • Churches; Huntley; People
    • The Hobo Show was the brainchild of Helen Marlowe, one of the church's musical directors. In the early 1960's she had a vision of adding a hand bell choir to the church's musical offerings. Many fundraiser's were devised to raise money to purchase...
    • Raymond J. Kelley

    • Huntley; People
    • Raymond J. Kelley standing on West Main, Huntley, IL.Photograph taken on West Main Street Huntley, IL before Route 47; First house on the left later became D.X. Gas Station; Right side of building is the Elgin Belvidere Electric Company 1903-1930
    • First Congregational Bell Choir circa 2005

    • Churches; Huntley; People
    • Hand Bell choirs featuring children and adults are now part of the First Congregational Church's musical offerings. The church owns several sets of bells and training on the bells is passed down from generation to generation. Helen Marlowe is shown...
    • Thomas Stillwell Huntley

    • Huntley; Founding Fathers
    • The best known name in the village is, of course, that of the Huntleys. Village namesake Thomas S. Huntley, as well as his oldest son, Charles, led notable and interesting lives. Thomas Huntley (1807-1894) was not the first settler to...
    • German Lutheran Church Built 1874 A

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Many people had come from Germany to Huntley in the village's earliest years. Many of these immigrants did not speak English. This German congregation was organized in Huntley in 1871. In 1874 the group constructed a small frame building. Four...
    • Sawyer Kelley Mill - 1904

    • Huntley; Businesses
    • Sawyer Kelley Mill. The mill served many purposes after it was a mill including apartments on the second floor, a Post Office in the front until 1957 and a barber shop in the basement. Other tenants included Raymond Kelley's law office, the...
    • German Lutheran Church Built 1874 C

    • Churches; Huntley
    • Many people had come from Germany to Huntley in the village's earliest years. Many of these immigrants did not speak English. This German congregation was organized in Huntley in 1871. In 1874 the group constructed a small frame building. Four...
    • Sawyer Kelley Mill #1

    • Huntley; Businesses
    • W. G. Sawyer and John T. Kelley owned two grain mills in town. The first was located in this building originally built in the late 1860's along what is today Route 47. White & Temple were the first owners. That historic building, most recently...

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