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Moses Hunt (1760 - abt. 1842)

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Major. Moses Hunt
Born in Franklin County, Georgiamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1796 in Elbert County, GAmap
[children unknown]
Died about in Elbert County, GAmap
Profile last modified 27 Aug 2019 | Created 19 Sep 2017 | Last significant change: 27 Aug 2019
01:25: Mark Burch proposed a merge of Hunt-12699 and Hunt-9260 with a comment. [Thank Mark for this]
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Maj. Moses Hunt's served in the Revolutionary War under Maj. Dobb's battalion in the GA Militia. He received draws in the 1827 Georgia Land Lottery based on this military service.

Son of James (Rev. War Sol.) and Mary (Rackley) Hunt, Sr.

Husband of Tamer (Tyner) Hunt

Moses and Tamer (Tyner) Hunt's children were ...

1. Henry Hunt (m. Elizabeth Robeson) 2. Mary Ann Hunt (m. James A. Adams) 3. George Hunt (m. Elizabeth Priscilla Adams) 4. James "Jim" Hunt 5. John Singleton Hunt (m. Mary A. Gaines) 6. Joel Hunt (m. Virginia Sidney Crawford) 7. Joshua T. Hunt 8. Richard Tyner Hunt 9. Nancy Hunt (m. Lawrence M. Adams)


Moses Hunt(#61211545... this # no longer exist) a monument (cenotaph) is in his honor of Revolutionary War Soldiers, Elberton, Elbert Co., GA. His name does appear as one of the "Revoutionary Soldiers" on the monument (as shown on the this photo).


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