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From: "Greggory E. Davies" <>
Subject: [LAWINN-L] Lucille Long Hunt obit., 1985, Winn Parish, LA.
Date: Fri, 01 Jan 1999 19:54:49 -0600

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Greggory E. Davies
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Winnfield, LA 71483

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Obituaries: Lucille Long Hunt, 1985, Winn Parish, LA.
Submitted by Greggory E. Davies, 120 Ted Price Lane, Winnfield, LA 71483

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From: March 6, 1985 Winn Parish Enterprise News-American

Lucille Long Hunt Dies In Ruston

Mrs. Lucille Long Hunt of Ruston, Louisiana died Thursday morning, February
28, 1985, after a brief illness of pneumonia following a stroke. The 85 year
old Mrs. Hunt, who was born in Winn Parish, was the last survivor of the
children of Huey Pierce Long, Sr., and Caledonia Tison Long.

She was the sister of the late Governor and U. S. Senator Huey P. Long, the
late Governor and Congressman-elect Earl K. Long, the late Congressman George
Shannon Long, and Shreveport Attorney Julius T. Long, and Mrs. Charlotte
Long Davis of Ruston. She was the aunt of Russell B. Long who is presently U.
S. Senator from Louisiana.

Mrs. Hunt was the widow of Stewart Smoker Hunt who was well known throughout
his lifetime with the lumber industry. She was also preceded in death in 1965
by her daughter, Martha.

Before her marriage, she taught school in Shreveport, and she had been very
active in civic, religious, and cultural affairs during her years in Ruston.

Survivors are her son, John Smoker Hunt, a practicing attorney in Monroe and
former member of the Louisiana Public Service Commission, and five

Funeral services were at 11:00 a.m. Saturday, March 2, 1985 at the Episcopal
Church of Redeemer with interment in Greenwood Cemetery in Ruston.
Pallbearers were James Long, Russell B. Long, Palmer Long, Davis Hunt, Alex
T. Hunt, Jr., John Edward Ducournau, Thomas M. Hunt, Robert Davis Parrott,
William Davis Green, John Kemp Parrott, and Carson R. Reed III.

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