Hunter, Charles A. Side: Union Battle Unit: 34th Massachusetts Infantry Citation State: Virginia In the assault of Fort Gregg, bore the regimental flag bravely and was among the foremost to enter the work. Cooke, Walter H. PLACE OF BIRTH:STATE OF BIRTH:RANK:CaptainUNIT:4th Pennsylvania Infantry… Read More ›
Month: March 2019
David Rumsey Map Collection My husband has several lines which I’ve researched in Maryland, but I’ve only just noticed that I’ve never compiled a list of local resources. 372 more words Maryland Genealogy Resources — Empty Branches on the Family Tree
James Hunter (1754-1826) married Elspet Paterson (1765-1851). Children of James and Elspet were Adam (1801-1822), and Elizabeth (1811-1812). James, Elspet, Adam and Elizabeth were buried in the Tullich Churchyard, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Inscription To the memory ofJAMES HUNTER, farmer of… Read More ›
Thankful HUNTER 1846 Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States Thankful, a. 30 y., d. Solomon, and Joshua Blanchard, a. 35 y., machinist, s. Joshua and Mary, May 7, 1846.* Marriage
In searching databases for Hunter families connected to the Mayflower I did find our surname Hunter in the Mayflower Families Fifth Generation Descendants, 1700-1880. There were 39 records found. John Hunter p. 257 is in the image below.
In the National Records of Scotland marriages for Dalry, St Palladius are the following Hunters found: Anderson-Hunter married 24/7/1921 Coyles-Hunter married 19/10/1952 Hunter-McCully married 17/6/1908 Hunter-McGennis married 4/2/1856
Marriages found in the records of the National Records of Scotland for Dundee St Andrew’s: Hunter-McLachlan married 10/8/1840 Hunter-McFalls married 13/4/1887 Hunter-Hiobe married 11/11/1895 Martin-Hunter married 1851 Pindar-Hunter married 1/2/1891