Frederick William Hunter Service Number: 7073 Enlisted: 10 November 1915 Last Rank: Private Last Unit: Not yet discovered Born: Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, date not yet discovered Home Town: Broken Hill, Broken Hill Municipality, New South Wales Schooling: Not yet discovered Occupation: Camel Driver Died: Meningitis, Adelaide, South Australia, 8 December 1915, age not yet discovered… Continue reading Frederick William Hunter
What surnames appear in your family? Is the surname already being studied? Why not see if yours has been registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies? If you put in my HUNTER surname you will see that I am studying and researching the origins, type of Surname, frequency of my Surname, and there are many… Continue reading One-Name Studies
Family Surnames for Hugh HUNTER M.D. Paternal Robert HUNTER 20TH Laird of Hunterston Elizabeth CRAUFURD Patrick HUNTAR 19th Laird of Hunterston Jean CUNNINGHAME William HUNTAR Marian HAMILTON James HUNTAR 1st of Abbotshill Janet NEIL
1. Hunter Orby of Croyland Abbey, county Lincoln 2. Hunter of Restinct, county Forfar 3. Hunter of Long-Calderwood, county Lanark 4. Hunter of Kirkland, county Ayr 5. Hunter of Thurston, county Haddington 6. Hunter of Doonholm, county Ayr 7. Hunter of Abbotshill, county Ayr 8. Hunter Blair (Baronet) of Blairquhan, county Ayr
Fort George, Manhattan, New York City. Built as Fort Amsterdam in 1625. Probably renamed Fort George when George I succeeded in 1714. Elizabeth Orby was buried in the Chapel at Fort George in 1716. Fort George was torn down in 1790. Government House was built on the site. This was also later demolished. Governor Robert… Continue reading Fort George, New York
Fort Amsterdam (later Fort George), Manhattan, New Amsterdam (later New York). From the Castello Plan map of 1660
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Another Hunter listed in the Great Migration: Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Volume III, G-H was William Hunter, Mariner.
Listed are 86 records for Name: Hunter Christian HUNTER Migration: 1635 Ship: Blessing Date: 13 Jul 1635 "Christian Hunter," aged 20, was enrolled at London as a passenger for New England on the Blessing [Hotten 108]). First Residence: Salem Birth: About 1615 Death: Salem 18 March 1676 [MD3:198]. Marriage: Plymouth 20 October 1636 Richard More… Continue reading American Ancestors: Hunters in the Great Migration Study Project