In the assault of Fort Gregg, bore the regimental flag bravely and was among the foremost to enter the work.
Cooke, Walter H.
PLACE OF BIRTH:STATE OF BIRTH:RANK:CaptainUNIT:4th Pennsylvania Infantry MilitiaCOMPANY:KCITATION PLACE:Bull RunCITATION STATE:VACITATION DATE:VACITATION:Voluntarily served as an aide on the staff of Col. David Hunter and participated in the battle, his term of service having expired on the previous day.ENTRY PLACE:ENTRY STATE:DATE ISSUED:19 May 1887.
James Hunter (1754-1826) married Elspet Paterson (1765-1851).
Children of James and Elspet were Adam (1801-1822), and Elizabeth (1811-1812).
James, Elspet, Adam and Elizabeth were buried in the Tullich Churchyard, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
To the memory of JAMES HUNTER, farmer of Waterhead and Head of Inch d 13 Apr 1826 aged 72; and ADAM his son d 21 Mar 1822 aged 21; his dau ELIZABETH d 4 Jan 1812 aged 4 mths; his wife ELSPET PATERSON d 17 Jul 1851 aged 86. This stone was erected by his surviving sons, William & James Hunters
In searching databases for Hunter families connected to the Mayflower I did find our surname Hunter in the Mayflower Families Fifth Generation Descendants, 1700-1880. There were 39 records found. John Hunter p. 257 is in the image below.
Last night I received an email from a lady in California wanting to help with the data to be added to my book, and what a wonderful helper she was. Not only data, but wonderful family photos she shared with me with permission to use them in this study and my book.