Iowa State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1884-1885

Ainsworth. A village on Long Creek, and on the S.W. div. C., R.I. & P. Ry, in Oregon Township, Washington county, 90 miles from Des Moines, and 7 1/2 east of Washington, the county seat and nearest banking point. It contains a flour mill, United Presbyterian church (many Hunters were Presbyterians), and a weekly newspaper, the Sentinel, is published. Population, 350. Tel., W.U. Exp. , U.S. Mail, daily. W. A. Walker, postmaster

Hunter listed:

Hunter, George, livery

Author: Hunter One Name Study

I have been researching my family tree for over thirty-three years and a member of Clan Hunter. In 2015 I registered the surname Hunter with the Guild of One-Name Studies and this blog will be my goal to share my research, photos, and as the clan's travel agent 2017 I will be adding our Clan Hunter Gathering 2017 which was very special because our Clan Hunter's 30th Laird participated in the opening of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle August 5th, 10:30 p.m. with her clansmen. Find A Grave contributor #47833985 Being a travel agent since 1991 I am a SCOTSagent, BRITagent, and at the present have two group tours to Scotland in 2017. One is a Clan Hunter Gathering at Hunterston Castle given by Madam Pauline Hunter of Hunterston, 30th Laird of Clan Hunter.

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