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Miscellaneous Hunters

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Parish Studies - London, Westminister, Collegiate Church or Abbey of St. Peter marriage, baptismal, and burial registers, 1655-1875 Surnames found: Hunter (6) , variants Hunt (11) , Huntback (2)

All Biggar and the house of Fleming: an account of the Biggar district, archaeological, historical, and biographical results for Hunter 10 Hunters: William, p. 366; Marion, p.386; Edward p.500; Hunter p.506; Walter p.509; Patrickand John p. 580; Mr Hunter p 1a; William p.2a; Mr Hunter p. 3a; William 0_1

1930 Gerald Reid Hayes Hunter Adoption Certificate 1930 Glenarm, Antrim

Hunters mentioned in the County Director 1862 were eight. Locations: Newliston Haugh, Kirkliston Airfield: Cousland, Dalkeith Dalhousie Chesters, Lasswade Broughton Point, Edinburgh 223 Leith Walk, Edinburgh Craigcrook House: Blackhall, Edinburgh Haugh: Winchburgh, Edinburgh Whitehouse Mill: cousland, Dalkeith Woodhall Mill: Slateford, Edinburgh Occupations: farmer Auditor of Court of Session miller

Foundations of Medieval Genealogy p.36 [66] Hunter, J. (ed.) (1833) Magnum rotulum scaccani vel magnum rotulum pipae de anno 31 regni Henrici primi (London) ("Pipe Roll 31 Hen I (1129/30)"), Yorkshire, Northumberland, p. 35.

Ancestors of Lois Carol Hunter Robert the Bruce Robert II William Huntar (10th Laird of Hunterston) John Huntar (14th Laird of Hunterston)

Light. Variety of Lamps Fraser & HacPhersom's, Hunter's Buildings, Light Equal to Gas and at a Similar Price; Paraffin Lamps Publish: 4th Oct 1860 Newspaper: Inverness Courier Saved on: 9th Jul 2017 at 00:51

Successful Y.M.C.A. Gymnastic Team. Top Row - J. Chalmers, R. (captain); W. Hunter, Jun., secretary: Miss Edward (pianist): D.R. Hunter Published: 29 Mar 1912 Newspaper: Arbroath Herald and Advertiser for the Montrose Burghs Saved on: 9th Jul 2017 at 00:52

Hockey. Tournament in India. The finals in the first competition for the Cup given by H.H. the Aga Khan were played at Poona on November 2. The Royal Garrison Artillery from Colaba and the Bast Lancashire Regiment supplied the completing elevens, and a good match resulted in favour of the Lancashires by three goal to one. The Cup was afterwards presented to the winning team by Lieut. General Sir Archibald Hunter. Published: 25th Nov 1903 Newspaper: Sporting Life Saved on: 24th Oct 2017 at 04:49

Archibald Huntar Clyde Yachting Fortnight. Published: 5th Jul 1902 Newspaper: Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gaette Saved on: 24 Oct 2017 at 04:53

J. Hunter & Sons (Established 1880) Walter Hunter, P.A.l., PALP.A. Ronald Hunter, P.A.I.P.A. Auctioneers, Valuers and Estate Agents<<and Published: 23rd Jun 1950 Newspaper: Lincolnshire Echo Saved on: 7th Nov 2017 at 17:43 Royal Engineers' Garden Party ...Royal Engineers' circles will take place on August 20. Sir Aylmer and Lady Hunter-Weston are giving garden party at Hunterston Castle, West Kilbride, Ayrshire, in honour of the Royal Engineers' Old Comrades' Association in Scotland. Published: Tuesday 09 Aug 1938 Newspaper: Dundee Courier County: Angus, Scotland Type: Article/ Words:112/Page: 3/ Tags: none


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