From the 1885 History of Steuben County, Indiana page 785-786:
Asa F. Huffman was born in Erie County, Ohio, in 1839, a son of William and
Clarissa (Dana) Huffman, natives of Pennsylvania. William Huffman was
born in 1802. After his marriage he moved to Erie County, Ohio.
In 1853 they moved to Steuben County and located on section 22, Steuben Township,
where the father died June 13, 1865, and the mother in 1867. They had
a family of eight children, six of whom are living -- Mariam, wife of Welcome
Pixley; Silas, of Michigan; Susan, wife of Daniel Stetler; Asa F.; Elizabeth,
wife of George D. Hough, of Nebraska; John Wl, of Ohio, and Samuel, of Kansas.
The deceased are -- Eliza, wife of Philander Thompson, and Mildred.
Asa F. remained at home till the breaking out of the Rebellion. He
enlisted in the Seventy-fourth Indiana Infantry, and participated in the
battles of Chickamauga, Mission Ridge, the Atlanta campaign and Sherman's
march to the sea. He married Emeret Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Huffman
have five children -- Melvin, Orla, Sidney, Morton and Blaine. They
are members of the Methodist Episcopal church at Pleasant Lake. In
politics Mr. Huffman is a Republican. He resides on the northeast quarter
of section 26, where he has one of hte finest farms in the township.