See History of Montana, 1921, by Stout, Trails & Tales South of the Yellowstone and The Montana Cowboy: An Anthology of Western Life by Wanda Rosseland. Ella M. Daylong, a native of Missouri, married Bill Huntington on July 30, 1899. Her step-mother, Malinda Jane Daylong, died in Billings in June 1933. Ranching family on Blue Creek. Husband Bill was the author of several books. He had a wild west show which featured Ella shooting and riding (may have been Campbell United Show). Mrs. Huntington died in 1948 and is buried at Mountview Cemetery. Also a William C. Huntington is listed as a barn boss for Sturm and Drake in 1916. Bill Huntington died in October, 1969.
Pioneers--Montana--Yellowstone County--Billings. Daylong, Ella M. Huntington William C. Ranchers--Montana. Wild west shows.
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See History of Montana, 1921, by Stout. See Trails & Tales South of the Yellowstone. See The Montana Cowboy: An Anthology of Western Life by Wanda Rosseland.