Birth: Sep. 15, 1843, Brown County, Illinois.
Death: Aug. 4, 1933, Bennett, Adams County, Colorado.
Wife: Mary Elizabeth Culwell Huddleston (1844 - 1928).
Married about 1868..
Children: Samuel, John S., Phillip A., John, Sarah J., Lena M., Harriet G., and Martha Huddleston
Burial: Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Mr. Huddleston came to Kansas some time after the Civil War. He settled in Logan county Kansas, His post office address was Monument, Kansas, were he was a farmer.
Peter Huddleston now of Monument, Kansas, a farmer, aged 17 when he enlisted at Clayton, in Company B., as a private. Served with the regiment continuously and re-enlisted as a veteran. Was wounded at Lay's Ferry, May 15, 1864, in both knees, and mustered out with company , July 13, 1865.
Peter Huddleston, private, 50th., Illinois Infantry, Co. B., residence North East, enlisted August 20, 1861, mustered in September 20, 1861, re-enlisted as a veteran. Mustered out July 13, 1865.
Height: 5ft. 8in., Hair: Black, Eyes: Black, Complexion: Black.