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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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Georgia Girl
Thomas Hunt (II not I) ~ 37729266
Thomas Hunt, (II not I), was born ca. 1700/11, Hunting Quarter Swamp, Lawnes Creek Parish, Eastover, Surry Co., VA and died July 23, 1759, Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA.

Thomas Hunt, (II), came to Sussex County from Dinwiddie (orig. Prince George) County. He lived in Dinwiddie and late in life bought several tracts of land in Sussex County, and moved there, but as his will suggests, he evidently still regarded his Dinwiddie plantation as his home.

His will was dated Aug. 09, 1757, Dinwiddie Co.,VA (codicil: Jul. 1, 1859); probated Sept. 21, 1759, Sussex Co., VA (Bk. A; p. 138).

Son of Thomas (I) and Elizabeth (Judkins) Hunt

Thomas (II) and Frances Ann (Harper not Goodwin/Goodwyn) Hunt were the parents of Capt. Judkins Hunt, Sr., "RWS" (m. Martha Batte).
Added by Georgia Girl on Jan 18, 2017 3:29 AM
Lady doc
John Poleman Hunt
I have discovered that I am the great, great granddaughter of Dr. John Poleman Hunt. I am also a physician,and would like to learn more about his life and career. I always wondered where I got my love for medicine and science, and I guess I have found at least one source. Any information about him would be greatly appreciated
Added by Lady doc on Jul 11, 2016 8:07 PM
Cyndi Yeakle
RE: David Turner Hunt, Sr
That makes us 4th cousins! I'm in Georgia. Where have you ended up? Were you the one who traced Rev. Robert Hunt all the way back to Jamestown?
Added by Cyndi Yeakle on Oct 16, 2015 12:58 PM
Cyndi Yeakle
David Turner Hunt
Just wondering how we are related. My great-grandfather was David Turner Hunt, buried in Montgomery, AL.
Added by Cyndi Yeakle on Oct 14, 2015 7:54 AM
RE: J.B.Jones
I went back out to the cemetery today and checked the plot where Victoria Jones is buried. I couldn't find a headstone for her husband John James. There is however a grave just above her grave but has no headstone. I will continue to see what I can find and will let you know if I find any further info on him.


Household Members:
Name Age
John Jones 25
Victoria Jones 27
Minnie Jones 2
John Jones 10m
Added by Grave_Walker on Sep 09, 2015 8:19 PM
RE: J.B.Jones
Thanks for passing that info on to me.

Household Members:
Name Age
John Jones 25
Victoria Jones 27
Minnie Jones 2
John Jones 10m

Looks like you have found new information, all the names sound correct. Dates almost correct.

I am going back out to the cemetery this weekend (cooler weather permitting) and go back through the plot where they are buried to see if I missed anything. I am on a mission to find John Jones, wife of Victoria. I'll let you know if I find anything new on his location.

Thanks again,
Added by Grave_Walker on Sep 01, 2015 3:39 PM
RE: J.B.Jones
I have been doing some research on the Huddlestonís family in that cemetery. Minnie Ola Jones Huddleston, #108466287 is the daughter of Victoria Isabelle Jones #40964074. According to the census I found Victoria Isabelle Jones lived with her daughter Minnie and husband W. E. Huddleston from 1910 until her death in 1936. I have found nothing on Victoria Isabelle Jones husband and think he may have died in Georgia where she came from. This is just guessing on my part as I have found nothing on him. In the Huddleston plot of the cemetery there are no other Jones burials except Victoria Isabelle Jones and J.B. Jones who is buried next to her. I havenít found anything on J.B. Jones to prove this is her son but think he is.

I have been back out to the cemetery to look again but found nothing. You can go to Find A Grave memorial #40964074 and look at the plot layout where they are buried. I have access to old archive records for burials in this cemetery and also have found nothing on a possible spouse for Victoria Isabelle Jones but I will continue to search and will let you know if I find any information on him.

Hope this helps,
Added by Grave_Walker on Aug 31, 2015 12:05 PM
Victoria Isabelle Jones edit request
I sent an edit request to remove J. B. Jones #40964044 as the spouse of Victoria Isabelle Holbrook Jones #40964074. I believe he is her son and not her spouse.

Added by Grave_Walker on Aug 30, 2015 9:09 PM
Melissa Prater
Francis Marion Hunt
One last thing. I pulled up Peggy's family tree. As I wanted to provide you with the link for Francis Marion Hunt. I hope this helps. :)

Melissa [her SN on 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. :)

Added by Melissa Prater on Aug 12, 2015 5:04 AM
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