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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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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.

Sir Martin Hunter

SIR MARTIN HUNTER: (1757-1846), General, second son and heir of Cuthbert Hunter of Medonsley, Durham, by his wife Anne, daughter of the Rev. John Nixon of Haltwhistle, Northum berland, was born in 1757. On August 30, 1771 he was appointed Ensign in the 52nd Foot, in which he became Lieutenant 18 June 1775, Captain 21 …

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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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Ancient Hunter Families

The Hunter Family is of royal descent from EDWARD I, King of England, through his second son, Edmund, Earl of Kent, whose daughter, Lady Joan Plantagenet, was the wife of Thomas, Lord Holland. Her great-great-granddaughter, Princess Jane Stuart, became the wife of George Gordon, second Earl of Huntly and Lord Chancellor. Their daughter, Lady Isabel …

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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.

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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William Hunter

WLLIAM HUNTER: statesman, b. in Newport, R.I., 26 November 1774, d. there 3 December 1849. His father, Dr. William Hunter, a physician of Scottish parents, gave in Newport in 1754 the first lectures on Anatomy that were delivered in New England, and probably in the United States. The son studied medicine with his kinsman John …

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Samuel John Hunter

SAMUEL JOHN HUNTER: entomologist; b. Ireland, Nov. 11, 1866; s. of Rev. James and Rebecca (Davison) Hunter, removed with parents to Iowa in infancy; A.B., A.M., U. of Kans. 1893; grad. student, Cornell U., 1896; investigator Marine Biol. Lab., 1901-02; m. Lida W. Campbell of Atchison, Kans., June 16, 1897; 1 dau. Geneva (Mrs. John …

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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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Hunter, Robert

ROBERT HUNTER: (d. 1734), Governor of New York and Jamaica, belonged to the family of Hunter of Hunterstin, Ayrshire (See Burke, “Landed Gentry,” 1886 ed.) Paterson describes him as one of the children of James Hunter, who was a son of the laird of that ilk, and married Margaret, daughter of the Rev. John Spalding …

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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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