Who knows John and Mary Hunter of Co. Tyrone, who arr. PA in 1811?

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I'm Alexandra (Kissinger) Florimonte, researching John and Mary Hunter of Co. Tyrone, who emigrated to PA in 1811. Supposedly Huston (Houston) is a family name, too. Most of them remained in PA. (Have a Hunter clan reunion photo from c. 1900) We have the tree in America, but can't find records from Ireland. Did they come originally from Scotland? (Other associated names: McCafferty, Bailey, Calderwood, Stover, Crispen, Palmer, Thomas, Hickoff, Snyder)

Also researching the family of Samuel K. Boyer,Sr, (b. 1809) not found in any of the "American Boyers." Married a Margaretta Sanno of Carlisle, PA, in Philadelphia in 1842.
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