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Major Richard Devas Hunter

MAJOR RICHARD DEVAS HUNTER: D.S.O. 1919 late The Cameronians; y.s. of Robert Lewin Hunter of Lincoln’s Inn; m. 1918, Vixen, dau. of Harry Lomas; one s. Served European War (D.S.O. and bar, despatches thrice, Ordre de Leopold avec Croix de Guerre). Address: 39 South Street W.1. Club: Naval and Military.

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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History of Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minnesota

The aim of this history is to embody in a permanent form, the leading incidents in the history of Minneapolis from its earliest settlement to the present. The main facts and incidents narrated herein, have been mostly obtained from living witnesses of and participants in the same. It is rarely that this can be said …

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Graham Chambers Hunter

GRAHAM CHAMBERS HUNTER: clergyman; b. Toronto, Can. Dec. 5, 1882; s. of William Armstrong and Eliz. (Chambers) Hunter; came to U.S., 1899; A.B., Princeton 1904; B.D., Union Theol. Sem., 1909; A.M., Columbia, 1909; D.D., Occidental Coll., 1925; m. Louise Holden of Newark, N.J., Oct. 19, 1911. Instr. Mills Inst., Honolulu, H.T., 1904-06; ordained Presbyterian minister, …

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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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Walter Samuel Hunter

WALTER SAMUEL HUNTER: psychologist; b. Decatur, Ill. Mar. 22, 1889; s. of George and Ida (Weakeley) Hunter; student Polytechnic Coll., Ft. Worth, Tex., 1905-08; A.B., U. of Tex., 1910; Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1912; married; children: Thayer, Helen. Instr. Philosophy, 1912-14, adj. professor of Psychology, 1914-16, U. of Tex.; professor of Psychology, U. of Kansas, …

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George Hunter

GEORGE HUNTER: one of the earliest residents of New York City, married Ruth, the widow of John Broome, in 1777. Mr. Hunter died in 1799. They had one son, born 4th August 1788. He was named John Hunter. He was the Hunter of Hunter’s Island. He became very distinguished, and was well known to many …

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Henry Hunter

HENRY HUNTER: (1741-1802), divine, born at Culross, Perthshire on Aug. 25, 1741, was the fifth child of David and Agnes Hunter. In 1754 he was sent to the University of Edin burgh, and became tutor first to Alexander Boswell, afterwards Lord Balmuto, and subsequently, in 1758, in the family of the Earl of Dundonald at …

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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.

Officers of the Continental Army

(Reference 20) Alexander Hunter (Pa.). Paymaster 1st Pennsylvania, April 12, 1777. Andrew Hunter (N.J.). Captain 3rd New Jersey Regt. June 1, 1777. Brigade Chaplain August 5, 1778. Daniel Hunter (Pa.). Colonel Pennsylvania Militia, June, 1777. David Hunter (S.C.). Capt. Militia, 1775-1781. Elijah Hunter (N.Y.). 1st Lieut. 4th Regt. New York, 1775; Captain, 1776. Ephsiam Hunter …

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Hunter, Christopher

CHRISTOPHER HUNTER: (1675-1757), physician and antiquary, born in July 1675, was the only son of Thomas Hunter, of Medonsley, Durham, by his second wife, Margaret Readshaw (Surtees, Durham, ii. 289). He was educated at the free grammar school of Kepyr in Houghton-le-Spring, Durham. In 1692 he was admitted pensioner of St. John’s College, Cambridge, and …

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