Steve Hunt
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Steve Hunt

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Steve M. Hunt
Born 1960s.
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Profile last modified | Created 26 Oct 2011 | Last significant change: 25 Nov 2020
13:01: Steve Hunt edited the Biography for Steve Hunt. [Thank Steve for this]
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I have been a researcher into family history since 1987 when I visited the parish church of Tockenham, Wiltshire, and examined the parish registers to reveal three further generations of the Hunt family back to the early nineteenth century.

I am always delighted to hear from cousins, however distant, and fellow genealogists.

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Hi Steve,

Thanks Steve for doing the merge of Alice Lambert (Pakington-51) and Alice Paston (Pakington-32). I have done a lot of research into the clothier families revolving around the ones from the Wiltshire and Somerset areas. My interest in them came about through my Horton and Whatley ancestors who came from that area and I believe my ancestors are connected to yours but I don't have substantial evidence/sources as yet. What annoys me is I saved notes but didn't put in the sources. At that time I didn't realize how valuable it was to add sources. I am not confident in using G2G yet but do you think it would be a good idea for someone to do a project under the 'England Project" for "The Clothier Families of Wilthshire and Smerset areas"?

Hi Kathy, did you receive my replies? Regards, Steve
posted by Steve Hunt
Steve has stood by me during my initial plunge into adding my family lineage. He has come to my aid in so many problems I have

faced with good strong help. Thank you Steve for being my great helper. Margaret Louise Drody Thompson 8/9/20

posted by Margaret Thompson
Hi Steve,

I added Ela, Alice and Edmund as children of Ela FitzWalter. Thanks for adding their profiles to WikiTree!


posted by Traci Thiessen
Thank-you Steve! Don't hesitate to update / edit. Help is good:)
posted by Bree Ogle
Hi Steve,

THANK YOU for updating several of the profiles I recently added to Magna Carta trails (Strange, etc.)! Have you ever considered joining the Magna Carta Project? Your skills would be a huge benefit to our project. Please consider joining ... we'd love to have you!

Thanks, Traci, co-leader Magna Carta Project

posted by Traci Thiessen
Hi Steve, thank you for the updates to the profile of Peter Courten, including adding his will. However I notice that you have removed the mention of being knighted as belonging to his uncle, but the will is of Sir Peter Courten, which means he must have been knighted at some stage? Do you know whether there is a different date for his knighthood?
posted by John Atkinson
Hi! Thanks for the source for Agnes Breten-1. I had adopted the profile because WikiTree said she was a lineal ancestor of mine. Not only have I done nothing to improve her profile since I adopted it, WikiTree no longer shows she's an ancestor. So I've "re-orphaned" Breten-1. Posting here in case you were interested in adopting her!

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Thank-you so much for adding info to the Altham line!:)
posted by Bree Ogle
Thank you SO MUCH for the will summary for William Morgan (Morgan-3882) & for fixing my typo on his death date.

Cheers, Liz

posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett
Somewhat belatedly thanks for the Mary Judd, Frances Roberts connection, must have missed it back in October!

Regards Valerie

Thanks Steve for the info on Philip Smythe and for merging 652 and my 916.

best regards, Chris

posted by Chris Jephson
Steve, Thank you so much for the Armyne link in the Lincolnshire Archives. Looks like I will have to order that one up as it is one of those infuriating documents where the existence is logged but not the contents. I'll let you know what I find. Trooblood is also a new misspelling of the name. I'm beginning to keep a list!


posted by Stephen Trueblood
Thanks for lead to Oxford Shakespeare for Grace Baskerville. I'd never have thought of looking there.
posted by C. Mackinnon
Thanks, Steve, for your comment on Thomas Burton!!!
posted by Dale Apel PhD
Thanks for the info on Elizabeth Southwell Heneage. I've moved Elizabeth and reassessed her DOB which is probably still not early enough.
posted by C. Mackinnon
Wow! Thanks so much for the info you added to Smythe-91!
posted by Liz (Noland) Shifflett

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