Abraham L. Hunter was born on November 11, 1860 in Hector, Schuyler, New York. He was the youngest son of eight children of Daniel G. and Mary A. Pierce Hunter. His mother was the Postmistress of the village of Hector.
Abraham married Miss Minnie E. Johnson, daughter of Rufus W. and Mary E. (Mathews) Johnson, and a native of the town of Hector, where she lived until the time of her marriage, December 2, 1885. They lived in Watkins where he was a Veterinary surgeon and a skillful surgeon in his occupation. He always adhered to Republican principles, supporting the candidates of that party. He held the position of Secretary of the Republican County Committee and ws its Chairman in 1893-94.
Abraham served as Vice President of the Schuyler County Agricultural Society and in his fraternal relations was with Jefferson Lodge No. 332, F. & A. M., in which organization he took a warm interest.
August 15, 1898 Abraham L. Hunter died. He is buried in Hector Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Hector, Schuyler County, New York, USA.
The religious adherence of those bearing the last name is chiefly Presbyterian (52%) in Ireland, Orthodox (63%) in Russia and Christian (100%) in Kenya.
In the United States those bearing the Hunter surname are 10.52% more likely to be registered with the Republican Party (YES for me), than the national average, with 57.29% being registered to vote for the political party.
The amount Hunter earn in different countries varies greatly. In Norway they earn 1.11% less than the national average, earning 342,233 kr per year; in Peru they earn 10.25% less than the national average, earning S/. 17,399 per year; in South Africa they earn 69.84% more than the national average, earning R 403,596 per year; in United States they earn 5.46% less than the national average, earning $40,794 USD per year.
The frequency of Hunter has changed through the years. In The United States the number of people carrying the Hunter surname expanded 498 percent between 1880 and 2014; in England it expanded 256 percent between 1881 and 2014; in Scotland it expanded 113 percent between 1881 and 2014; in Ireland it contracted 73 percent between 1901 and 2014 and in Wales it expanded 461 percent between 1881 and 2014.
The surname Hunter is the 1,624th most commonly occurring last name in the world. It is held by around 1 in 21,578 people. The surname Hunter occurs predominantly in The Americas, where 69 percent of Hunter reside; 67 percent reside in North America nd 67 percent reside in Anglo-North America. Hunter is also the 28,600th most commonly held first name in the world, borne by 29,130 people.
The surname is most common in The United States. Also, we find it in England, where 12 percent are found and Australia, where 7 percent are found.