John (Hamilton) Hunter
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John (Hamilton) Hunter

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John J. Hunter formerly Hamilton
Born 1940s.
Ancestors ancestors
Brother of [private sister (1940s - unknown)] [half], [half], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] [half] and [half]
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Father of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)], [private daughter (1970s - unknown)], [private son (1970s - unknown)], [private daughter (1970s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
Profile last modified | Created 6 Feb 2013 | Last significant change: 12 May 2021
00:11: Mark Dorney posted a comment on the page for John (Hamilton) Hunter [Thank Mark for this]
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Hi John

Could you please add in Hazel Freebairn's (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Freebairn-5) birth details of 1912 in Grenfell? Source is NSW Birth Index 43274/1912

Thanks

Mark

posted by Mark Dorney
Hello John,

The Australia Project leadership team are carrying out a check-in to see how you are going in the project and especially to thank you for all your work on Australian profiles on WikiTree. We really value your participation.

Please could you get back to me by private message to let me know if you are happy with your current role and team involvement within the project or if you would like to do something additional or different. Currently we don't have you down as a member of any of our teams. Please check on the Australia Project page to see what options there are.

It would also be great to hear any feedback and any suggestions that you have to improve the project. On a practical note, if you are a member of the google group, are you receiving messages ok? You might also consider adding Australia as one of the tags you are following on the G2G.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Gillian, co-Leader, Australia Project

posted by Gillian Thomas
Hi John,

I'm following up my post on your profile about your interest in continuing as an active member of the Australia Project. We really hope you would like to stay involved and look forward to hearing from you as soon as convenient.

The Australia Project page has the list of teams for you to review, as well as our minimal requirements for active membership. If you have decided that you don't have time to contribute at the moment, that is absolutely fine too, and you can rejoin whenever you wish.

Kind Regards

Margaret Haining Membership Coordinator

Hi John,

On behalf of the Australia Project leadership team, we're carrying out a Project Members Check-in to see if you are still interested in being involved as an active member of the project. In particular, we are ready to launch our new teams for the project. Please could you let me know what team/s you would like to contribute to.

A list of teams is on the Australia Project page. Please respond by private message.

We really appreciate your enthusiasm in working on Australian profiles on WikiTree, and thank you for all the work you have been doing. We look forward to hearing back from you and that you will decide to be part of the project as we move forward with the new teams for the project.

Kind Regards

Margaret Haining Membership Coordinator

Hello John, just a note about The Complete Peerage. It was not compiled until the early 20th century (1st volume was 1910). It consists of 13 A4 size volumes, and really it is THE bible on the Peerage etc. It was constantly re-researched, revised and updated by a team of editors. The volume the Hamiltons are in is no.iv (1926). The CP improved a lot of errors/assumptions made in the slightly earlier Scots' Peerage by Balfour-Paul.
posted by Gregory Lauder-Frost
Thanks again John for you earlier comments. The confusion between the true son of John Hamilton 4th Baron of Cadzow and possible sons (adoptive or otherwise) of Janet Dalkeith Douglas was possibly due to her having children from Y-DNA haplogroup I lovers. The Douglases were haplogroup I. All of my evidence points to this, and can be found on my ancestry.com family tree ( Michael Hamilton Family Tree ). I definitely, as I have stated in the comments that you have previously responded, would not rely on Gordon Hamilton's research. His group at personal.psu.edu originally stated that my Y-DNA haplogroup was R-S7049, a subclade of R1b-L21, which is a totally different than the R1b-L238 to which I actually belong, ending at BY-3451. This corresponds to my pedigree and "well documented" Y-DNA.
posted by Michael Hamilton
Thanks John for your reply to my comments about the profiles of the earlier Hamiltons. I am a member of the Hamilton Surname Group on FTDNA which helped to trace the males of the Hamilton (my Y-DNA R1b1a2a1a2d, L238/S182, R-BY3451 , subclade of R1b1a1a2 ) line to Norway and Sweden (Not to Germany.) For some reason the PSU site group with Gordon Hamilton in charge, had my haplogroup as H-591 (later changed as I contacted him). Also, a "well documented" (as you and some others have used to indicate some authenticity) source for you to see will be the The heraldry of the Hamiltons : with notes on all the males of the family, description of the arms, plates and pedigrees

by Johnston, G. Harvey (George Harvey), 1860-1921. https://archive.org/details/heraldryofhamils00john

posted by Michael Hamilton
Hi

Wish you a Happy New Year. May 2018 bring you all you need to be happy.

Congratulation for adding your contributions in December. Whatever the quantity of your contributions, they all count. As we always say "Quality is better than quantity" to make a great family tree.

Thank you for being a Wikitreer,

Guy Constantineau - Wikitree leader

posted by Guy Constantineau
One of your profiles, Fardon-2, has a year of birth that is inconsistent with the year of birth of his daughter. Could you please change it as it has been left as a locked profile. (Database corrections project)
posted by Derrick Watson
Hello John,

I am looking for information on Edward Hamilton born in Nova Scotia and died in Lilydale. Do you know when he came out and what ship? Robert Hamilton son Robert born in 1801-1888

posted by Rolfe Stok Mr
Thank you so much for your helpful information. I've been looking for James Hamilton from Lanarkshire, Scotland, for quite some time now. His son, James Alexander Hamilton (1758-1800), was my 4th Great Grandfather. If I am understanding this info correctly, then James Alexander Hamilton and Alexander Hamilton were brothers. Please clarify if I have this info wrong. Information about the Hamilton family during the 1700s has been a little sketchy. Thanks again!
posted by A. Hamilton
Please change your privacy level to "Private with Public Family Tree" to allow your Y-DNA results to be associated with your direct paternal line.

Thanks and sincerely, Peter

posted by Peter Roberts

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