Category: One-Name Study

Hunter One-Name Study


What an interesting Hunter family I found today researching.

Captain Charles Hunter was born June 19, 1813 and with two other members of his family members lost in the sinking of the SS Ville du Havre on 22 Nov 1873.

Hunter One-Name Study

The Origins Of The Clan Hunter And Their Place In History by Iain Bray is a book I purchased in Scotland.

Very interesting and a lot of good information to share to my study.

Old Scottish

The frequency with which the surname Hunter in Scotland appears in Scottish historical records to determine the following rank are Census (1841-1911), Old Parish Registers 1538-1854, Statutory Registration of births, deaths and Catholic parish records (1703-1992), Valuation rolls (1855-1925) and Scottish wills and testaments (1513-1925). This record set currently includes 8597 surnames.

Hunter is ranked 47

The three counties in Scotland with the highest per-capita incidence of the surname in 1841.

1) Clackmannanshire (3945.82)
2) Shetland (1391.27)
3) Bute (1037.6)

Clan Hunter Cemeteries

In my study for Hunters in Canada the following list of cemeteries and headstones
will be studied:

Hamilton Municipal Cemetery, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Beechwood Cemetery, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Pioneer Cemetery, St. George, Ontario, Canada

St George United Cemetery, St. George, Ontario, Canada

Presbyterian Cemetery, Woodstock, Ontario, Canada