Joseph was born in 1873 at Nar Nar Goon to Hugh Aloysius and Mary Elizabeth Dora.
Joe was a coach builder. 
Joseph married Ellen Nowlan 17 January 1900.  It was recorded as The marriage of Mr. Joseph A. Hunt of Rochester; and Ellen (Lena); fourth daughter of Mrs. Nowlan, of Shoreham, , took place at McCarten's Church, Mornington, on Wednesday, 17th January, the Rev Father O'Hagan officiating. The bride, who was given away by her brother Mr. john J Nowlan, wore white duchesse satin court train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, bodice of tucked chiffon,and veil, with coronet of orange blossoms. She also wore a diamond brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Nowlan, sister of the bride, wore white silk, trimmed with lace and insertion; Mr. Keane, of Rochester, was best man. The bride's mother wore black corded silk, trimmed with ribbon velvet, bonnet of chiffon and jet. Mrs. M'Carthy, mother of the bridegroom, black silk, and bonnet: of black silk, andbonnet of white chiffon ospreys. Fifty guests sat down to a sumptuous breakfast, served at the Grand Hotel, Mornington. The presents were numerous and costly. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt left by the evening train for Melbourne en route for Tasmania. The going away dress was of light blue cloth with trimmings of white silk; hat of white tucked chiiffon and feathers. 
Joseph Aloysius Hunt of 27 Raleigh Street Malvern died 26 March 1944 at St Benedict's Private Hospital. He was 71 years of age. Of his children John, Thomas, Joseph and Leonard had predeceased him. His living issue were Bernard and Leo also Mary, Kathleen, Eileen and Anne who were all Brigidine Nuns. Joe was buried in the Brighton Cemetery on the 28 March, 1944.
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