Edinburgh Academy Register

HUNTER, Patrick Constable, 1901-13. CI. P.2-7. b. 1 Nov. 1894; s. of William C. Hunter, W.S., 70 Great King Street ; E.A. Schol. ; Dux of the School, 1st Acad. Club Prize for Classics. Clyde -Millar Greek Prize, 1913 ; Shooting VIIL Capt. ; Sergt. O.T.C. ; Sen. Ephor. Line. Coll. Oxon. Address : 70 Great King Street, Edin.

1939 Register

Researching Find My Past for Hunters in London, England. There are 6,112 Hunters in the 1939 Register.

What is the 1939 Register?

At the outbreak of war in September 1939 a massive administrative task was underway:the taking of the 1939 Register, one of the most important British documents of the twentieth century.

1939 Register Transcription

Augustus G Hunter DOB 19 Jul 1895 OCCUPATION General Labourer
Lilian F Hunter DOB 05 Oct 1895 OCCUPATION Charwoman
George H T Hunter DOB 10 Jul 1915 OCCUPATION Machine Setter
Spencer W Hunter DOB 26 Sep 1920 OCCUPATION ???

1939 Register

Hunter Parish Burials

Last Name Hunter
First Name Ann
Born 1715
Died 1800
Event 1800
Record set England & Wales, Society Of Friends (Quaker) Burials 1578-1841
Location Brighouse, Yorkshire, England

History of the Hunter of Hunterston Clan Tartan

The Hunter of Hunterston tartan, commissioned by the 29th Laird, Neal Hunter, in 1971 is used exclusively by the Hunter Clan.

Ancient Hunter and Modern Hunter tartans are shared by several other clans. Traditionally there were three different tartans which could all be called Hunter tartan. It depended where you lived and who you were descended from. In 1981 the Clan Chief decided enough was enough and set to designing a new Hunter tartan that was both modern and would represent the whole Clan.

In 1983 we first saw the appearance of the “Hunter of Hunterston sett”. The official tartan for the Hunter clan.

The red and green are the hunting colours, the blue represents the sea and the gold (yellow) the Royal connection.

For additional information and ordering, contact the Clan Hunter mail order service at clanhunter.org.uk.