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There were Quite a few Huffakers in the pre-Civil War era history of Knox and Sevier county. One was a judge and many found their final resting place at Seven Islands Cemetery.
Edward Huffaker told of living on Seclusion Bend which, I believe, is the piece of property originally in Sevier county but later was transferred to Knox county because it was a lot easier to get to Knoxville than Sevierville. The aviator Huffaker's grandfather was Wesley Huffaker and his deeds are on file at the Sevier county courthouse.
The post TVA name for the bend is Kelly's Bend. After the Civil War most of the Huffakers moved to Greene county and Edwin was postmaster of Chucky, TN.
Which Huffaker resided in this house may be hard to determine. I have not looked to see exactly where this house is.
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