From NKAA, Notable Kentucky African Americans Database (African American Women Veterans in and from Kentucky)

Huley, Hannah E. Hall

(born: December 11, 1914  -  died: December 29, 1953) 

Military Branch

Women's Army Corps

Active Duty Entered

September 13, 1944


Hannah E. Hall Huley was from Flat Rock in Bourbon County, KY, the daughter of Lula Bowles and Charles Hall. Hannah and her mother were living in Lexington, KY when they were enumerated in the 1930 U.S. Census. By 1940, Hannah was married and living in Williamstown, KY. She and her husband Ralph Huley are enumerated in the 1940 U.S. Census.

Hannah was employed as a cook in Williamstown. Four years later, she was divorced and had enlisted in the Army in Cincinnati, OH, according to her enlistment record in Ancestry. After her military service, Hannah was again employed as a cook. She settled in Kalamazoo, MI, where she died in 1953 and is buried in the Riverside Cemetery.

Sources: Michigan Deaths and Burials Index in Ancestry; Lula Bowles Hall "In Memory," The Lexington Herald, 5/3/1944, p. 10; Lula Bowles Hall, Kentucky Death Certificate file #13042, Registered No. 574; and "Hannah E. Huley," Sunday Herald-Leader, 9/17/1944, p. 11.

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NKAA Source: The Lexington herald (newspaper)
NKAA Source: Sunday herald-leader (newspaper)
NKAA Source: Ancestry (online)

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