Jean Hunt was born in 1932. She was the only daughter of Thomas Cleland Hunt and Eunice Dean Lord,  She grew-up in Georgia, South Carolina and California. During her childhood she studied violin and piano and continued to enjoy piano during her life.
A graduate of Winthrop University (BA) and Furman University (MA) in psychology, she worked at Craig, Gaulden, Davis, Greenville, SC, Greenville High School, SC, Shriners Hospital, Greenville, SC, W. R. Grace, Duncan, SC, The University of NC, Chapel Hill, NC, Whitten Village, Clinton, SC, Angola Prison, and The Louisiana State Hospital in Bossier City, LA.
Anthropology and Archeology were passions for her and she founded the Louisiana Mounds Society in the 1980's. Combining her work and her hobbies she conducted research into the use of Ohgam (ancient writing) and communication with persons who were unable to communicate. She wrote veraciously as evidenced by her 1991 book, Tracking the Flood Survivors.
In 1994 she passed away from a post operative infection, in Shreveport LA. Per her wishes, her children spread her ashes in to the flood swollen waters of the Red River.
Can you add any information on Jean Hunt? Please help grow her WikiTree profile. Everything you see here is a collaborative work-in-progress.
Descendant of the Hunt 14 through Esli Hunt, Sr.
Have you taken a DNA test? If so, login to add it. If not, see our friends at Ancestry DNA.
NJ is 21 degrees from Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Mountbatten, 20 degrees from Grace de Monaco, 22 degrees from Henrik af Danmark, 36 degrees from Sālote Tupou, 25 degrees from Liliʻuokalani Kapaakea, 26 degrees from Te Atairangikaahu Paki, 25 degrees from Bhumibol Adulyadej, 21 degrees from Claus van Amsberg, 15 degrees from Jan Sobieski and 33 degrees from Fionnuala O'Connor on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.