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Hunter One-Name Study Blog

I have been researching my family tree for over thirty-three years and a member of Clan Hunter. In 2015 I registered the surname Hunter with the Guild of One-Name Studies and this blog will be my goal to share my research, photos, and as the clan's travel agent 2017 I will be adding our Clan Hunter Gathering 2017 which was very special because our Clan Hunter's 30th Laird participated in the opening of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle August 5th, 10:30 p.m. with her clansmen.

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Being a travel agent since 1991 I am a SCOTSagent, BRITagent, and at the present have two group tours to Scotland in 2017. One is a Clan Hunter Gathering at Hunterston Castle given by Madam Pauline Hunter of Hunterston, 30th Laird of Clan Hunter.

Frederick William Hunter

Frederick William Hunter Service Number: 7073 Enlisted: 10 November 1915 Last Rank: Private Last Unit: Not yet discovered Born: Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, date not yet discovered Home Town: Broken Hill, Broken Hill Municipality, New South Wales Schooling: Not yet discovered Occupation: Camel Driver Died: Meningitis, Adelaide, South Australia, 8 […]

One-Name Studies

What surnames appear in your family? Is the surname already being studied? Why not see if yours has been registered with the Guild of One-Name Studies? If you put in my HUNTER surname you will see that I am studying and researching the origins, type of Surname, frequency of my […]

Fort George, New York

Fort George, Manhattan, New York City. Built as Fort Amsterdam in 1625. Probably renamed Fort George when George I succeeded in 1714. Elizabeth Orby was buried in the Chapel at Fort George in 1716. Fort George was torn down in 1790. Government House was built on the site. This was […]