Honorable Gordon Hunter

HONORABLE GORDON HUNTER: Chief Justice, Supreme Court, British Columbia, since 1902; b. 4 May 1863; education: Brantford College Institute; Toronto University. Barrister, 1888; K.C. 1900. Address: Victoria, British Columbia. Clubs: Union, Victoria: Vancouver.

John Hunter

H164 JOHN HUNTER: married 1680. H165 JAMES HUNTER: married 1722. H166 JAMES HUNTER: b. 1816. H167 SIR CHARLES HUGHES HUNTER: created Baronet 1910. H168 SIR WILLIAM BLAKELEY HUGHES HUNTER. Motto: Dum Spero Spero.

St. Charles County’s Participation in the World War

Soon after World War 1 localities across the country wished to honor the men and women who had served the Nation from their locality. St. Charles County, Missouri, is one of these counties. This manuscript isn’t limited to just the men who fought overseas, it also includes the women who had participated via Red Cross and the men who had actively served in the various campaigns backing the War here at home.

Colonel Dodge Reaches Villages of Western Indians

Trailing through broad and verdant valleys, they went, their progress often arrested by hundreds of acres of plum trees bending to the ground with tempting fruit; crossing oak ridges where the ground was covered with loaded grapevines, through suffocating creek-bottom thickets, undergrowth of vines and briars, laboring up rocky hillsides and laboring down again, the …

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Thomas Alexander Hunter

THOMAS ALEXANDER HUNTER: M.A., M.Sc.; Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy, Victoria College, University of New Zealand, since 1909; b. Croydon, London, 1876; 3rd s. of William Hunter, banker; educ.: Otago Univ. Dunedin Senior Scholar N.Z. University, and M.A. with 1st class Honours in Mental and Moral Philosophy; M.Sc. Senior House Master, Wailaki Boy’s High …

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William Hunter M.D.

WILLIAM HUNTER: M.D., (1755-1812), orientalist, was born at Montrose in 1755, and was educated at the Marischal College and University at Aberdeen, where he took the degree of M.A. in 1777. He began his career with mechanical contrivances, and an improvement of the screw invented by him was dignified by notice in the “Philosophical Transactions” …

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Rev. Archer George Hunter

REV. ARCHER GEORGE HUNTER: M.A.; Hon. Canon of Winchester since 1897; Rural Dean of Leatherhead, 1906-25; Commissary to Bishop of Grahamstown; b. Nov. 12, 1850, s. of Richard and Caroline Hunter; m. 1881; one s. two dau. Educ.: Marlborough Trinity College, Cambridge; Cuddesdon. Curate of Beddington, 1874-77; St. Michael’s Camden Town, 1877-81; Vicar of Christ …

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Hunter, Arthur

ARTHUR HUNTER: actuary; b. Edinburgh, Scotland, June 29, 1869; s. Robertson and Jane (Mitchell) H.; educ.: George Watson’s Coll., Edinburgh; m. E. May Borst, of Phila., Oct. 16, 1894 (died Aug. 20, 1925); 1 dau., Virginia Calderwood. Came to U.S., 1892; actuary New York Life Ins. Co., 1904-18, chief actuary, 1918-. Chmn. Medico-Actuarial and AmericanCanadian …

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Samuel Hunter

SAMUEL HUNTER: (1769-1839), editor of the “Glasgow Herald,” born in 1769, was son of John Hunter (1716-1781), parish minister of Stoneykirk, Wigtowshire. Receiving his elemen tary education in his native place, he qualified as a surgeon in Glasgow University, and for a time, about the end of the century, practiced his profession in Ireland. Somewhat …

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Morton Craig Hunter

MORTON CRAIG HUNTER: soldier, b. in Versailles, Indiana, 5 February 1825. Was graduated at the Law Department of the Indiana University in 1849, and elected a member of the Legislature of that state in 1858. Was Colonel of the 82nd Regiment of Indiana infantry in the Civil War. He commanded a brigade till the end …

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George William Hunter

GEORGE WILLIAM HUNTER: biologist; b. Mamaroneck, N.Y., Apr. 7,1873; s. of George William and Emma Louise (Cartwright) Hunter; A.B., Williams, 1895, A.M., 1896; Fellow in Zoology, U. of Chicago, 1896-98; post grad. work and lecturer in methods of teaching Nature Study and Biology, N.Y. University 1907-14, Ph.D., 1918; m. Emily Isabel Jobbins of N.Y. City, …

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John Dunn Hunter

JOHN DUNN HUNTER: adventurer, b. in a settlement West of the Mississippi about 1798; d. near Nacagdoches, Texas early in 1827. According to his own narrative he was made captive by the Kickapoo Indians when an infant, and adopted into the family of the principal warriors. He afterward fell into the hands of a party …

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