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Robert Hunt (#48018350)
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I am mainly interested in my ancestors,and only manage my immediate family,and my ancestors,also sponsor my best friends memorial # 73125105
Please visit my fathers memorial.He was a Pearl Harbor survivor.Memorial # 20633690
Last names of ancestors-Hunt,Lawhon,Clary,Presswood,Grissom,Wallis,Wallace,Whitehead,Jamison(names back to great grandmothers maiden names)



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Melissa Prater
Francis Marion Hunt
One last thing. I pulled up Peggy's ancestry.com family tree. As I wanted to provide you with the link for Francis Marion Hunt. I hope this helps. :)

http://person.ancestry.com/tree/1251709/person/-1465561784/facts

Melissa [her SN on ancestry.com is prn2607]
Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 12, 2015 5:21 AM
Melissa Prater
RE: Georgia girl
My grandpa's cousin is Peggy Hunt Nader, out of Texas. I have been getting all my info from her. She IS on facebook. Through her, I did add Carol to my friends list. I had posted to Peggy & a 3rd cousin of mine [who is a Hunt] a bunch of pictures that are of THEIR [and mine as well] families, most of which I don't believe they had ever seen. Carol had liked the pictures, and I found her yesterday actually. So because of you, I found her, plus, I talked to Peggy on the phone 2 days ago & she told me who she was. Peggy is a wealth of info, I swear that woman has everything memorized. Which is awesome. If you would like me to ask her a question, regarding your wacky dates.. Let me know. The world was a small place back in the 1800's.. You probably fit in there somehow. :)

Melissa
Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 12, 2015 5:04 AM
Melissa Prater
RE: Georgia girl
My grandpa's first cousin, who I have been in contact with told me that she thinks Georgia Girll is Carol Garrett. Is that correct? I asked how she fits in to the family & then I got a short & to the point bio of where she comes in from. It is the Revolutionary War! Awesome sauce. I mentioned you to my grandpa's cousin, and I mentioned you were struggling as your dates are kinda funky. She said she will do a list on ALL of W. W. Hunt's [Wilkins Wallace] siblings. Maybe that will help. Looks like she has gone back to someone named Lady Godiva. Whoever that is. Outside of the chocolate. :) If you are cool with tossing me her email, that would be awesome. Feel free to email it to me. My email is shared publically. Thanks for the reply.
Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 10, 2015 4:41 PM
Melissa Prater
RE: Francis Marion Hunt
I found this earlier tonight. I don't know if you've come across it. But I just about fell out of my chair. As I am SUPER new to working on the Hunts. Not even that, I am super new to LEARNING about the Hunts. I knew my great aunt's middle name was Hunt, and I knew that my grandpa's mom's last name was Hunt, but that did not mean anything to me. They were old when I was born, and died when I was young. Except for my grandpa. He made it a long ways longer. As I was 33 when he died. Pesky old people. :) So this is what I found. http://www.genealogy.com/ftm/m/o/r/Larry-M-Morrison/GENE5-0008.html

Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 09, 2015 10:30 PM
Melissa Prater
RE: Francis Marion Hunt
I have tried to look up Georgia's Girl's profile, but it won't show up for me. She has pictures that I swear I have seen in photo albums from the 1850's, or maybe a little later, that my mom & I came across last month. If you could email me her contact info, that would be awesome. :) I am in contact with my grandpa's first cousin, whose father was my grandpa's moms twin [Henry of Helen & Henry the twins, the 1 who shot himself in the heart], along with a 3rd cousin of mine who fits somewhere in the family tree. I can send him a FB message if you'd like, he is a wealth of info. Maybe it might help you to figure out where you belong. Hey, also, I was looking online & found a website page that had the WHOLE list of the Hunt lineage. I believe it stopped around Wilkins & his siblings. Maybe that might help? I will find it & send you the link. Give me a few. :)

Melissa
Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 09, 2015 10:23 PM
Melissa Prater
Hunt Famillyl Lineage
Robert,

I just discovered I am related to Wilkins Walllace Hunt [W.W. Hunt], that is Jesse's brother. Wilkins was my grandfathers & great aunts grandpa. So that means Wilkins was my 3rd great grandpa. And Jesse would be my 3rd great uncle. :) I am in contact with other 2 other Hunt family members, 1 of which would probably be of great help to you with figuring out information about Jesse & family. I've been picking her brain, and she has been a great wealth of information. She is Wilkins other grandchild. Her father was Wilkins son Henry [he passed away via a gunshot wound to the chest]. Henry had a twin named Helen, they were the youngest of Wilkin's children. Helen was my grandpa [Jerry Littleton Peavy, not on Find A Grave, he passed Feb. 2, 2015] & great aunt's [Leigh Hunt Koppel, passed 1996. Probably is on here. Not sure though. Will look in a few] mother. I have a Civil War picture of Wilkins, that is in my moms possession [it is awesome. I have a picture of it, 3 actually, and a picture of the back]. Anyways, long story short, I am more then willing to share the pictures I have [and other ones my mom has, right now, she is letting me take what I want to copy it], and any information I have been given about the Hunt family. :) I am on facebook as well. Cute kid in orange is my page. You cannot miss it. I've been posting A LOT of awesome pictures. Toodles.
Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 09, 2015 6:45 PM
Tamara H.
RE: Joseph Cooper Hunt grave
Maybe contact the church and see what records they hold? http://www.watoolamethodistchurch.org/ I will be in the area for a few more days if you find anything out...let me know.
Tamara
Added by Tamara H. on Jul 07, 2015 2:45 PM
Charles Temple
RE: Nancy W. Clary
Hi Robert -

The Clarys were living in Smith County, TX when he went off to war, and I'm pretty sure Nancy was still there when she passed. I have not been able to find exactly where she was buried. However, Joseph and Nancy lived near the Prices and many of them are at rest in Dean Baptist Cemetery, which is near the Price farms of that time.

Regards,

Charley T.

You canontact me directly at chastemple@peoplepc.com
Added by Charles Temple on Mar 09, 2015 9:22 AM
Charles Temple
Nancy W. Clary
FYI - My-g-grandfather was Marquis D. L. Price and Nancy W. Price Clary was his sister. Nancy did die before 1870 and Marquis and his wife Mary Francis raised the orphaned daughter Mary A. Clary until she got married in the 1870s. Mary is shown in the Price household in Henderson Co., TX in the 1870 census.

Marquis also served with Joseph Clary in the 17th Texas Cavalry during the Civil War, along with two of his brothers, George J. and Benjamin F. Price.
Marcus had a total of 6 brothers and he was the only one of them to survive the Civil War.

Good luck with your research.
Added by Charles Temple on Mar 08, 2015 7:44 PM
Clyde Shamlee
Margaret Lawhorne Glass
Robert
I Added Photo of Margaret Lawhorne Glass grave.
I thought she may be the wife of J.W. Glass.

Clyde
Added by Clyde Shamlee on Oct 21, 2014 2:05 PM
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