Alexander Stuart Hunter

ALEXANDER STUART HUNTER: college professor, b. Bavington, Pa.; s. of Joseph and Margaret (Stewart) H.; A.B., Washington and Jefferson, 1880, A.M., 1883, LL.D., 1902; grad. Western Theological Sem., 1885; Ph.D., U. of Wooster, 1888; m. Laetitia Hunter, Dec. 31, 1885; children: Laetitia, Alexander Hayes, Joseph Fisher. Licensed by Presbytery of Washington, Pa., 1885; pastor-elect, Brownsville, …

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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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Dard Hunter

DARD HUNTER: b. Steubenville, O., Nov. 29, 1883; s. of William Henry and Harriet (Rosemond) H.; student O. State U.; grad. Graphische Lehr and Versuchs Anstalt, Vienna; also student Kinstgewerbe Schule, Vienna, and at Royal Tevh. Coll. London, Eng.; m. Helen Edith Cornell, of Williamsport, Pa., Mar. 24, 1918; children: Dard, Cornell Choate. Art Dir. …

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American Hunter Families

Two wills of Hunters in New York State are thus recorded. Will of Alexander Hunter, Homer, Cortland Co., N.Y., July 15, 1833. To sons: William, Charles H., James, John, and Alexander; to daughters: Nancy, and Margaret; to nieces: Diane, and Sally, daughters of James Hunter. Will of John Hunter, of Ulysses, Cayuga Co., N.Y., November …

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Andrew Hunter

(Reference 19) ANDREW HUNTER: clergyman, b. in Virginia in 1752; d. in Washington, D.C. 24 February 1823. He was the son of a British officer, was licensed to preach by the Presbytery of Philadelphia in 1773, and immediately afterward made a missionary tour through Virginia, and Pennsylvania. He was appointed a Brigade Chaplain in 1775, …

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John Hunter

JOHN HUNTER: Senator, b. in S. Carolina about 1760. He received an academic education, engaged in agriculture, and in 1792 was elected to Congress serving till 1795. He was elected United States Senator from South Carolina in 1796 in place of Pierce Butler who had resigned and served from February 1797 till 1798, when he …

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Hunters in the American Revolution

(Reference 21) Following are the Hunters who served in the American Revolution from the respective colonies: Connecticut Ebenezer, James, John, Joseph, Nathaniel-2, Peter, Robert-2, Turlle, Turtle. Delaware John, William. Georgia Elizabeth, James, J. W., Miles-2, Moses. Maryland James, Nath’l, Thomas-2, William-7. Massachusetts Adam, Alexander-2, Andrew-3, Archibald, Benjamin, Charles, Dan, David-4, Edward-3, Henry, Hugh, Isaac, James-4, …

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Andrew Hunter

(Reference 23) ANDREW HUNTER: of County Londonberry, Ireland, was born in 1640, and it was the family tradition that his birthplace was the ancestral home of the Hunters of Hunterston in Scot land. His son, Hugh, married Isabella Semple, and their son, David Hunter, lived in York County, Pennsylvania. He married Martha McIlhenny in 1745. …

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Robert Hunter

ROBERT HUNTER: of Ipswich, Massachusetts, was a freeman October 7, 1640. His wife, Mary, was mentioned in his will, dated 1647, but no children. Another Robert Hunter, of Ipswich, had several children. Thomas the eldest died in 1687. It is believed that Thomas Hunter, of Marblehead, 1653, was his son. Another Thomas was in Springfield, …

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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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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.

Edward Hunter

EDWARD HUNTER: of Marlboro, was born in 1716, and died there in 1797. He was a member of the General Court, 1776-77. His son, Jonathan Hunter, was born in Marlboro in 1753. He married Hannah Wallup, of Sudbury, Massachusetts. They removed to Plattsburg, New York. Their son Solomon, lived in Orwell, Ohio.

Joseph Hunter

JOSEPH HUNTER: of Nantucket, Mass., and Annah Hawes, of Chatham, Mass., published their marriage intention February 20, 1766. She was born 1738, and was living as Annah Hunter in 1781.

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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William Hunter

WILLIAM HUNTER: was Assistant Secretary of the State. His son, Lieut. H. C. Hunter, of the United States Navy, died at Barcelona, Spain, in 1873. Revolutionary officers of the name are Alexander, Daniel, Ephriam and James, of Pennsylvania; David of South Carolina; James of North Carolina; Andrew of New Jersey; Elijah and John, of New …

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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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