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Hunter family (John Hunter, d. 1764).
The Hunter family of Virginia and connections, embracing portions of families of Alexander, Pearson, Chapman, Travers, Tyler, West, Gray, Smith, and Safford of Virginia and Maclay, Colhoun and Culbertson of Pennsylvania, compiled by Sidney Methiot Culbertson.
Hunter family (Joseph Hunter, 1760-1823).
The Joseph Hunter and related families: Beckwith, Sikes, Bird, Riley, Byrd, Phillips, Medley, of southeast Missouri; progenitors of which came to southeast Missouri before or shortly after the Louisiana Purchase ... By Stephen Ben and Mary Amanda Medley Hunter. Edited by Felix Eugene Snider.
Elder Benjamin Coe and his descendants, with special references to Eliza Jane (Coe) Hunter and Sarah Hill (Coe) Irwin and their descendants, compiled by Milford E. Barnes and Mary Emma (Robinson) Barnes.
The history and genealogy of Montgomery, McTaggart, Hunter and Carswell families / compiled by Nettie McTaggart, Mrs. Bessie Shandley, Frances Colean.
The Hunter history and family tree. [Compiled by Burl A. Hunter. ]
A Joseph Hunter genealogy and his Jager connection, 1650-2000 / compiled and published by Patricia F. Hunter.
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