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Charles was born to Thomas and Rachel Arnold Hunt, perhaps about 1714, at the Grove Farm.
Charles reportedly married Keziah Lewis in 1748.
His father left him two 100-acre plots in the Long Reach area of Eastchester in his will dated 1756, and proved in 1758.
Charles settled in Eastchester. In 1764, he was elected an overseer of ye Roads, a responsibility shared with his cousin Timothy Hunt. No further town offices for him were noted in a review of the town records. 
Charles Hunt does not appear in the 1790 United States census, suggesting that he may have died before then.
↑ William S. Pelletreau, Early Wills of Westchester County, New York from 1664 to 1784: a careful abstract of all almost 800 wills recorded by the Surrogate Office (New York: Francis P. Harper, 1898), pages 156-157.
↑Town Records of Eastchester, Book Four, p. 79 in the transcription prepared by the Eastchester Historical Society, where it is on file,
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