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Hunter of Medomsley, Durham

F150 WILLIAM HUNTER: Inherited the estates of Medomsley, which had been in the family since 1584. Died 1712. F151 ROBERT HUNTER: married 1715. F152 CUTHBERT HUNTER: m. 1749. F153 GEN. SIR MARTIN HUNTER: Governor of Sterling Castle; b. 1757. F154 MATTHEW DYSANT HUNTER: b. 1803. F155 MARTIN HUNTER: b. 1854.

William Hunter

WILLIAM HUNTER: of Boston, married first in 1657, Cicely . She probably died soon afterward. His second wife was Mary, only child of Richard Carter. By her he had children. Savage, in his “Genealogical Dictionary,” says that the four young passengers of the ship Blessing, the record of whose sailing appears above, may have been …

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George McPherson Hunter

GEORGE MC PHERSON HUNTER: clergyman, author; b. Glasgow, Scotland, Sept. 29, 1869; s. James and Elizabeth H.; educ. Engring School and Glasgow U.; grad. New Brunswick Theol. Sem. 1901; m. Madeline Norman of Toronto Can., 1904; children: Norman M., J. Stewart, Betty (dec.) Morprie. Came to U.S., 1899, naturalized, citizen, 1908; ordained Presby. minister, 1901; …

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The Hunter Coat of Arms

Sir Bernard Burke, of Heralds College, London, said “Heraldry is prized by all who can show honorable ancestry or who wish to found honorable families.” While Coats of Arms are not recognized by law in the United States, more American families than ever before are displaying Coats of Arms used by their forebears in Europe. …

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Progressive Men of Western Colorado

This manuscript in it’s basic form is a volume of 948 biographies of prominent men and women, all leading citizens of Western Colorado. Western Colorado in this case covers the counties of: Archuleta, Chaffee, Delta, Eagle, Garfield, Gunnison, Hinsdale, La Plata, Lake, Mesa, Mineral, Moffat, Montezuma, Montrose, Ouray, Pitkin, Rio Blanco, Routt, San Juan, and San Miguel.

William Hunter

WILLIAM HUNTER: of Springfield; had sons, James and John, killed by Indians, July 4, 1676. Another William was in Barnstable at an early date.

Hunter, Henry Noel Alexander

HENRY NOEL ALEXANDER HUNTER: D.S.O. 1918, the Queen’s Regt.; b. 1881; educ.: Temple Grove; Haileybury College. Served South African War, 1899-1902 (Queen’s medal and three clasps, King’s medal and two clasps); European War, 1914-18 (despatches, D.S.O., Bt. Lt.-Col.). Address: The Queen’s Royal Regiment, c/o Lloyd’s , 6 Pall Mall, S. W. 1.

Gen. Sir Archibald Hunter

GEN. SIR ARCHIBALD HUNTER: G.C.B., cr. 1911; K.C.B., cr. 1898; G.C.V.O., cr. 1912; D.S.O., 1886; M.P. (C.U.) Lancaster 1918-22; LL.D. Glasgow and Cambridge Universities; D.L.; b. Sept. 1856; educ.: Glasgow Academy; Sandhurst. Joined 4th King’s Own Royal Lancaster, 1874; Capt. 1882; Lt.-Col. 1889; Col. 1894; Major-General, 1896; served in Egypt under Sir Francis Grenfell; wounded …

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Hon. Lord William Hunter

(Reference 28) HON. LORD WILLIAM HUNTER: M.A., LL.B.; Senator of the College of Justice in Scotland since 1911; b. Oct. 1865; s. of late David Hunter of Ayr. Advocate, 1889; M.P. (L.), Goven Division of Lanarks, 1910-11; K.C. 1905; Solicitor-General for Scotland, 1910-11. Address: 3 Randolph Crescent, Edinburgh.

William L. Hunter

WILLIAM L. HUNTER: a distinguished member of the family in America, died at Newport, Rhode Island, in 1849, aged seventy-five. He graduated at Brown University in 1791. He was admitted to the bar, at Newport, at the age of twenty-one. In 1799 he entered the State Legislature, and served at various times until 1811, when …

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George Orby Hunter

GEORGE ORBY HUNTER: (1773?-1843), translator of Byron into French, was probably the English officer of the name who was appointed Ensign in the old 100th Foot in 1783, pro moted Lieutenant in the 7th Royal Fusilers in 1785, and after holding the adjutancy of the latter corps for a few years, sold out of the …

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Thomas Hunter

THOMAS HUNTER: (1712-1777), author, eldest son of William Hunter, born at Kendal, Westmoreland, and baptised there on 30 March 1712, was educated at the Kendal Grammar School, and matriculated at Queen’s College, Oxford, on 2 July 1734. In 1737, he was elected master of the Blackburn Grammar School, and was subsequently appointed curate of Balderstone, …

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Hunter, John Howard

JOHN HOWARD HUNTER: Canadian educator, b. in Bandon, Ireland, 22 December 1839. He was educated at Queens University, Ireland, and at Toronto University, Canada, where he received the degree of M.A. in 1861. He was appointed the rector at St. Catherine’s Collegiate Institute in 1871, principal of the Ontario Institute for the Blind in 1784, …

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Lewis Boudinot Hunter

LEWIS BOUDINOT HUNTER: surgeon, b. in Princeton, N.J., 9 October 1804; d. in Philadephia 6 June 1887. He was the son of Andrew Hunter. Was graduated at Princeton in 1824, and at the Medical Department of the University of Pennsylvania in 1828. On 3 March 1871, was a medical director with the rank of Commodore, …

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Hunter of Beech Hill, Co. Berks

G156 HENRY HUNTER: Merchant of London; b. 1634. G157 JOHN HUNTER: lived in Berkshire; d. 1714. G158 HENRY LANNOY HUNTER. G159 HUNTER. G160 SIR CLAUDIUS STEPHEN HUNTER: b. 1775; created Baronet, 1812. G161 JOHN HUNTER: b. 1798. G162 SIR CLAUDIUS STEPHEN PAUL HUNTER: 2nd Baronet. G163 SIR CHARLES RODERICK HUNTER: 3rd Baronet; b. 1858.

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