After many years of collecting data, photos, stories, names and places I decided to put all those years of time well spent into a book. I want to present it to my Clan Hunter Chief, Madam Pauline Hunter of Hunterston at our next Clan Hunter Gathering this coming September, 2020. […]
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Happy Valentine’s Day! As we all know as Hunters our Hunterston Brooch on display at the Scottish Museum is a very special part of our heritage. On display at the West Highland Museum is a traditional Scottish brooch celebrating love and today I would like to share that beautiful heartbrooch. […]
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Happy Valentines Day to all. This is always a favorite holiday of mine, and since I just received a beautiful note from a high school friend with a photo of myself which brings back a lot of memories of those years at Charleston High School in my hometown of Charleston, […]
I am a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), and in my Hunter surname study I have included two in my own lineage, but have found several other Hunters listed. This subject is my 9th post in the Guild of One-name Studies (GOONS) blog challenge 2020. […]
In my travels I always buy a book or two so that when I return home I can enjoy my memories in the years to come by picking up one of my books in my library. At my very first Clan Hunter Gathering in 2014 we stayed at a lovely […]
William Hunter was a Marian martyr burnt to death in Brentwood, England at the age of 19 on 27 March 1555, on Ingrave Road. He had lost his job in London as a silk-weaver because he refused to attend the Catholic mass, despite an order that everyone in the City […]