Andrew Jackson "Jack" Hunter was born 11 Nov 1815 and died 2 Jan 1907 (aged 91). He married Sarah Pardee in 1843. Children: Jesse W (1844-1894), Sarah (1846-1927), Isabelle Jane (1848-1926), Mary (1850-1936), James Smith (1852-1938), John Henry (1854-1940), William C. (1856-1933), Emeline Florinda (1858-134), Ella Florence (1860-1947), Perry Lincoln (1861-1918), and Anna Adella (1865-1930).… Continue reading Andrew Jackson “Jack”Hunter of Pennsylvania
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Mary Keene (Fountleroy) married, second, Capt. Robert Hunter and they had two children: Dr. Robert Hunter, married Nannie Payne. Mary Hunter, married B. H. Herndon of Georgetown, Kentucky.
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The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register by James Robert Bent HathawayGenealogy of the Dickson Family by William Brown DicksonGenealogy of Dunwoody and Hood Families: And Collateral Branches by Gilbert CopeA Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain by Sir Bernard BurkeHarris Genealogy Keene Family History and Genealogy
For my Hunter One-Name Study I have been trying to see the Hunters who have roots back to the Families of the Mayflower and I did find the surname found. yflower Families Fifth Generation Descendants, 1700-1880 Index of the fifth and sixth generation descendants from Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed… Continue reading Hunter Roots to the Pilgrims
The Botonee Cross originated with heraldry. Heraldry literally means the study of rank and heritage. The Botonee Cross has a cluster of three balls, knobs, or buttons at the end of each arm representing the Trinity.
In my book on my Hunter One-Name Study I will be researching different headstones to find more about their country origin and heritage. In understanding the different symbols on the headstone will definitely help in this study. The Agony Cross has three arms which come to a sharp point like the point of a nail.… Continue reading Agony Cross