Gwreiddiau (in Welsh)
Pa-Welsh-Early (Pennsylvania Immigrants)
Argyllshire (includes islands of Islay, Jura and Mull)
Forfarshire (see Angus)
Invernesshire (Includes: Lewis, N. Uist, S. Uist and Skye)
Ross & Cromarty (Includes part of the island of Lewis)
Category: 1 – A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is in its early stages.
Contact: Carol Hunter Sullivan
In the Census Transcript Household Derbyshire 1901 William M. Hunter was listed as head of the family and is a Physician. He has one son age 26 born in 1875 who is a Mariner Engineer. Another son age 18 born in 1883 is a student, and one daughter age 14 born in 1887 who also is a student. No wife listed but there is a Servant, Governess and Visitor.
What I found interesting was the visitor from Derbyshire. His occupation is listed as Clog Maker. The definition is an Artificer One Who Produces By His Own Skill.
Hunter Of That Ilk
Hunter, Robert, Esq. of Hunter, or Hunterston and Castle, co. Ayr, J.P. and D.L., b 1 Oct 1800; m 23 Nov 1836, Christian-MacKnight, eldest daughter of William Craufurd, Esq. of Cartaburn, co. Renfrew, and had issue:
1st Baronet, of Dunskey (James) b. 21 Feb 1741, d. 1 Jul 1787
2nd Baronet, of Dunskey (John) b. 19 Feb 1773, d. 24 May 1800
3rd Baronet, of Dunskey (David) b. 3 Oct 1778, d. 26 Dec 1857
4th Baronet, of Dunskey (Edward) b. 24 Mar 1818, d. 7 Oct 1896
5th Baronet, of Dunskey (David Oswald) b. 30 Sep 1853, d. 12 Sep 1939
6th Baronet, of Dunskey (Edward) b. 14 Mar 1858, d. 11 Apr 1945
7th Baronet, of Dunskey (James) b. 7 May 1889, d. 1985
8th Baronet, of Dunskey (Edward Thomas) b. 15 Dec 1920, d. 21 Oct 2006
9th Baronet, of Dunskey (Patrick David) b. 12 May 1958
Hunter of Newington
Baron, of Newington in the District of the City of Edinburgh (Robert Brockie) b. 14 Jul 1915, d. 24 Mar 1994