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Matthew M. Huling M. D.

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Contributed by Douglas Huling

From History of Tennessee and Tennesseans 1913 (article written in 1910. See Tennessee and Tennesseans 1913 below is an excerpt):

.....and belongs to a family which has been identified with eastern Tennessee for more than eighty years.  The Hulings have always borne honorable records in all their relations with business and social life.  Thomas A. Huling, the grandfather, came from North Carolina to Tennessee during the forties.  He was born in North Carolina and lived to the advanced age of eighty-seven.  He was married in North Carolina to Julia Holt, and they were the parents of ten children.  A miller by trade, on locating in Knox County he spent most of the remaining years of his life in the operation of a mill near the present day village of Virtue, in that county.  Although a Whig in politics and a Union sympathizer in the war, he operated his mill and supplied the women and children who came to his mill with flour and meal without any regard for the principles and sympathies represented by the persons in want.  He and his wife were members of the Brethren or Dunkard denomination.  The latter, aged about ninety-seven *(should be 87), resides at Knoxville, Tenn.

This article is about Matthew Marshall Huling, son of Doctor C. Huling. Matthew was a medical doctor of notability in several Tennessee Counties, he was killed in a tragic car accident.  His brother Arthur Mourfield Huling was also a doctor, he retired in Morgan County and is buried in Wartburg.

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