Huffines find another unmarked family grave

   After marking the graves of Tressie and Clyde - from the story above - Patsy and Gene Huffines took on the task of locating the grave of another Huffhines relative.   
   Through their efforts in 2009, he is no longer lying in an unmarked grave.
   In November 2009, Raymond Calvan Huffhines (May 5, 1908 - June, 15, 1925), son of the late Adonia Wright and Margaret Fitzgearld Huffhines, received a well-deserved, long-overdue tombstone after 84 years.    
   Raymond also was the brother of Tressie Huffines who drowned near Collegeport in 1925.
   Provided by Gene and Patsy Pulis Huffhines of Yukon, Oklahoma. Gene is a great-nephew of Adonia W. Huffhines.    
   Raymond Calvan Huffhines only 17 years old, broke and out of work at the time of his death, was found dead beside the Rock Island tracks, East of Shawnee, Okla. 

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