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Source: Richmond Times-Daily Newspaper

Andrew C. Huband died at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jane F. Terry, 1326
Semmes Ave. last night at 7:45 o'clock. Funeral services will be conducted
tomorrow with burial in Maury Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Mamie A. Huband; a son Joseph; his mother and three brothers, Walter L.,
Charles H., and Thomas F. (or P) Huband and his stepfather John Terry.
Richmond Times Dispatch, Sunday January 11, 1925, p. 19

The funeral of Mr. Thomas H. Huband, who died Saturday afternoon at 5
o'clock took place from the Bainbridge Street Baptist Church at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. There was present a large concourse of the friends of
the deceased, and the floral offerings were very abundant, the casket being
entirely covered with beautiful designs, while lots of them were placed
elsewhere. The services, which were very solemn and impressive, were
conducted by Rev. Decatur Edwards, pastor of the Clopton Street Chapel.
The remains were interred in Maury Cemetery, 6 June 1887.
Deceased was a member of Elvin Grove of Druids and of Ruth Council, No.
6, Order of Chosen Friends. The former organization attended in a body
(over one hundred strong) and there were present twelve members of the
latter as a delegation from the council. The pallbearers were from the
two orders. In the burial the ceremonies of the two orders were jointly
Mr. Huband was but thirty-seven years old, and leaves a family. He was
a worthy employee of the Old Domion Iron and Nail Works Company.
(Domion spelled as it is in the paper.)

"Man Killed" - (Unreadable name) gives the following account of a runaway
accident in Manchester yesterday: "The horse attached to the dray of E. V.
Palmer became frightened near the Free bridge on the Manchester side and
ran off and threw the driver, Eubank, a white man, out and one of the
wheels passed over him. He got up and walked to the dray, which had been
stopped on the bridge, and was taken to his residence, over Mr. Palmer's
store, corner of Ninth and Byrd Streets. A physician was called in, but
said he was so badly crushed that it was impossible for him to relieve him.
He died yesterday about half past 12. He leaves a wife and three children
in destitute circumstances." (Buried 9 June 1876, Maury Cemetery)


Mr. Huband died Friday, February 10, 1939 at his home 1312 Essex Ave., in Richmond.
He is survived by sons, Albert M., and Oscar S.; daughter, Blanche (Flippen), and four grandchildren.

Mrs. Sarah Huband, age 49 years, relict of Henry C. Huband, died yesterday, at her home at 14th and Bainbridge Sts.
Surviving are four children: Emma, Clarence, Moxley, and Cleveland Huband.

Mrs. Josephine Huband, died November 8. She was the wife of G. W. Huband of South Richmond.

Walter L. Huband died yesterday, Feb 15, 1935 at his residence on W. 29Th Street.
He is survived by his wife, Ida Bowis Huband; daughter, Mary Ellen Huband, son Henry Thomas Huband; grandson, Thomas Toon Huband. Also Thomas B. Huband.

Cornelius Huband, age 55 years, died May 3, 1931 at his residence 426 South Pine.
Survivors include: wife, Grace Pearman Huband, three daughters, Mrs. Earl Henley, Mrs. Edward Stowe, and Miss Lillie May Huband; three sons, James Edward Huband, Raymond Earl Huband, and Arlington Lee Huband; one sister, Mrs. Alonzo Epps, and four grandchildren.

Mr. Albert Linwood Huband, Sr., 87, of Richmond, died Tuesday, 14 Aug 1990. He was the widower of Thelma V. Huband and is survived by two sons, Dr. Albert L. Huband, Jr., and Douglas L. Huband, both of Richmond; two daughters, Edna Vimpeny of Hurt, VA, and Erma Hudson of Richmond; a sister, Lucille Lancaster of Florida; an aunt, Bertha Womack, of Richmond; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren.
    His remains rest at the Joseph W. Billey Funeral Home's Chippenham Chapel, 6900 Hull St. Rd., where services will be held 11:00 a.m. Friday. Interment at Maury Cemetery.

Franklin Abernathy Cain, Sr., 89, of Richmond, widower of Mary Catherine Huband Cain, died Wednesday, 30 Aug 1995. He is survived by his son, Dr. Franklin A. Cain, Jr., and wife Murriel Y. Cain; grandson, David A. Cain and wife Gail Amory Cain; granddaughter, Mary Beth Cain Tuck and husband, A. David Tuck, all of Richmond; two sisters, Lucille C. Warren of Richmond, and Elizabeth Woolridge Crowder of Petersburg.
    Mr. Cain was one of the original employees of the Defense General Supply Depot at Bellwood in Personnel from the early 1940's to 1968. He was a longtime member of Northminster Baptist Church and the Baraca Class. Mr. Cain was president of Virginia Baptist Training Union in 1946 and 1947.
    Remains rest at the Central Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 3215 Cutshaw Ave., where the family will receive friends 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m Friday and where services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, September 2.
    Interment in Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Alice Huband Wilkinson, 84, of Richmond, died Wednesday, 5 May 1993. She is survived by her husband, Frank W. Wilkinson; two daughters, Mary Alice W. Tuck and Helen W. McKim; two sons-in-law, Thomas W. Tuck, Jr. and William G. McKim; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.
    Mrs. Wilkinson was a member of the Fidelis Class of Northminster Baptist Church. Remains rest at Laburnum Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 2110 E. Laburnum Ave., where the family will receive friends from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., Thursday. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.

Mrs. Susie H. Huband, 81, of Henrico County, a retired clerk, died. She was the was the wife of Joseph F. Huband.
[paper dated 9 Nov 1994]

Mr. Glenwood Montague Morris, 89, of 704 North 5th Street, Hopewell, died 13 Oct 1993 in John Randolph Hospital, following an extended illness. He was born in South Boston, Virginia; son of the late Charles Thomas, Sr., and Roberta Mae Robinson Morris, but resided in Hopewell most of his life. He was a Charter member of the Hopewell Moose Lodge # 1472, and an Honorary member of the Hopewell Yacht Club.
    He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Retha Huband Morris of Hopewell; two sons, Glenwood Morris Todd of Ft. Myers Beach, Florida, and Daniel S. Morris of Prince George, VA; two daughters, Monty Tadlock of Richmond, and Joan Schold of Hopewell; 13 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren; four brothers, Clarence T. Morris, Jr., Grayson Morris, and James Morris, all of Hopewell, and Robert Morris of Louisiana; and two sisters, Mildred McDiarmid and Melva Morris of Hopewell.
    Funeral services will be held Friday at 11:00 a.m. at the graveside in Bermuda Memorial Park, Chester.  Rev. Willie S. Cromer, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, will officiate.  In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hopewell Emergency Crew or to the First Baptist Church Building Fund.
[Glenwood Morris won One Million Dollars in the Virginia Lottery, 20 Jan 1990 - see: RTD - 21 Jan 1990]

Mrs. Faye Ann (Harris) Huband, 64, Seminole, Florida passed away 26 Dec 1994. She was a former resident of Richmond, and the wife of Arthur Lee Huband.

Mary Elizabeth Huband, of Chester, died 8 July 1995. She was the widow of Floyd Ray Huband, Sr. She is survived by her daughters, Stella Goodman. Edna Seymour and Sandra Stewart; sons, Eugene B., David W., Charles L., and Floyd R. Huband, Jr.; 16 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; four great-great grandchildren.
    Her remains rest at the Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Road (Route 10), where funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday.  Interment in Dale Memorial Park.
    The family will receive friends at the funeral home 2:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday.