Note: !"History of North Idaho", pg. 198, Publ. by Western Historical Publishing Co. (A-57) ROBERT E.L. HUCKABAY:
1897 marks the date when Mr. Huckabay bought the relinquishment to his present place and since that date, he has been one of the progressive and leading farmers of this section. His farm consists of one hundred and sixty acres and lies about two miles north from Westlake. Mr. Huckabay was born in Lake County, California on April 15, 1863 being the son of Barry and Sarah Milton Huckabay, natives of North Carolina and born on August 28, 1818 and September 26, 1818 respectfully. The father was a pioneer in Oregon in 1850, then went to California and in 1873 came to the vacinity of Colfax where he died in 1891. The mother died on April 4, 1892. Our subject was educated in California and Washington and grew to manhood in the latter place. He remained with his father until the latters death and then took full charge of the home estate until 1897 the year of his advent to the reservation county. Since this year he gave himself to a good work of improvement and has achieved good success in his labors. On May 3, 1891 Mr. Huckabay married Miss Ida F. Burgess who died on March 20, 1900. On November 4, 1901 Mr. Huckabay married Miss Barbara daughter of John and Mary Miller Unzicker who are mentioned in this volume. She has four brothers and six sisters. Mr. Huckabay has the following named brothers and sisters: Oliver, Amelia, Catherine, Adaline, and Emmaline.
Five children were born to the first marriage of Mr. Huckabay: Ethel (deceased), Robert & Edward (twins), Victor, and Shyler (deceased).
Mr. Huckabay is a member of the I.O.O.F. and in political matters is allied with the democrats.
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