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James Richard Carter Hunt was the first child born to Hullum Hunt and Harriet C. Ward in Elbert County, Georgia. He was born in 1832. 
↑ Hunt, Odessa, “Hunt Genealogy”, personal paper given to P.W. Hunt, February 21, 1947. Copy from the collection of Allen G. Hunt, Cedartown, Georgia, 2016.
Notes and Photographs
Hunt, Katy Godwin, "Collection of Personal Papers, Letters, and Photographs documenting the life of her family and friends." Brown, Donna Wilson, "J.E. Hunt's Family, 10/10/05" Digital images with labels completed by Donna Wilson Brown, computer assistance from Gary Brown." from the personal collection of Allen Brown.
Hunt, Odessa, “Hunt Genealogy”, personal paper given to P.W. Hunt, February 21, 1947. Copy from the collection of Allen G. Hunt, Cedartown, Georgia, 2016. It lists the following sources:
“History of Elbert County Georgia 1790 - 1935” page 470. Marriage of Hullum Hunt to Harriet Farmer, page 257.
“Roster of Revolutionary Soldiers In Georgia”, Georgia Society of D.A.R., page 95.
“Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapter of the National Society, Volume III”
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