Baron, of Newington in the District of the City of Edinburgh (Robert Brockie) b. 14 Jul 1915, d. 24 Mar 1994
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Source: Clan Hunter Gathering 2017
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A nationwide index of pre-1837 marriages compiled from a variety of
sources including Boyds marriage index and printed parish registers.
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Fought for Alexander III (1249-1286) at the Battle of Largs (1263). It is said that the Hunterston Brooch fell with the Viking owner at this time. The Battle of Largs was the final time that the Vikings attacked mainland Scotland.
Two wills of Hunters in New York State are thus recorded.
Will of Alexander Hunter, Homer, Cortland co., N.Y. July 15, 1833.
To son William Hunter.
To son Charles H. Hunter.
To son James Hunter.
To son John Hunter.
To son Alexander Hunter.
To daughter Nancy Hunter.
To daughter Margaret Hunter.
To nieces Diana and Sally, daughters of James Hunter.
Occurrences per million names…1881…1140
Occurrences per million names…1998…1065
Andrew Hunter, of County Londonderry, Ireland, was born in 1640, and it was the family tradition that his birthplace was the ancestral home of the Hunters of Hunterston in Scotland. His son, Hugh, married Isabella Semple, and their son, David Hunter, lived in York county, Pennsylvania. He married Martha McIlhenny in 1745. He was a captain of a York county Company in the French and Indian War, and a member of the expedition against Fort Duquesne. Capt. Hunter mysteriously disappeared in the summer of 1776, and his family never saw or heard from him again. His fate was not known until nearly a century afterward, when, on the destruction of an old house in the Valley of Virginia by Union soldiers, a paper was discovered concerning him.