Frank Henry Huntley


6 June, 1897 at Marlow, New Hampshire


31 October, 1961 at Stratford, New Hampshire

Military Service

U.S. Army  World War I


Joined at Armory Co., H, Keene, NH., July 19, 1917
103rd Infantry Regiment, 52d Brigade, 26th Infantry Division

Highest Rank





Frank served in France.  Frank's three sons, Alton, Ira and Richard Huntley all served proudly in World War II.

Found in Frank Huntley's papers by his grand daughter:

Armory Co., H,
Keene, NH., July 19, 1917

I. Each member of the Company should, so far as possible, before leaving for the Company rendezvous July 25, close up all business affairs which might necessitate his returning home before leaving for the southern camps. After mobilization it may be impossible to obtain leave of absence.

II. Every member should provide himself with the following articles: 1 comb, 1 cake soap, 2 pairs stockings, 1 tooth brush, 2 towels, 2 pairs of under shirts and drawers, or two union suits, and a razor.

III. Upon arrival at Keene members should report at once at the Armory where the time of their arrival will be made a matter of record. On leaving home, members should supply themselves with money enough to pay their return fare, from Concord, in case they do not pass the physical examination.

Walter C. Ellis
Capt. 1st N.H. Inf.