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Have you discovered the value of using a research log? If not, you might want to experiment with using one for your next research project. Fine tuning a research log that worked for me was a major benefit of the accreditation process. When I started adding DNA as evidence in my research, I needed to…

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Hunters of Hunterston, Famous Hunters and Notable Hunters

My family tree descends from the Laird of Hunterston Hunter of Hunterston, Ayrshire, Scotland Hunterston Castle, Ayrshire, Scotland John Huntar, 14th Laird of Hunterston Robert Huntar, 15th Laird of Hunterston Robert Hunter, 20th Laird of Hunterston General Robert Hunter Thomas Orby Hunter Charles Orby Hunter Kitty Hunter

My Own Family Tree

I have been researching my family tree since 1988, and I registered my paternal surname HUNTER with the Guild of One-Name Studies in 2015. I descend from the following families: Gibbon of Aberdeen, Scotland Hunter of Hunterston, Ayrshire, Scotland (and of Croyland Abbey, Lincolnshire) Craufurd of Ayrshire Orby of Croyland Abbey, Lincolnshire Gerard, Earl of…

Rev. Thomas Mackenzie Hunter

Thomas Mackenzie Hunter was born December 3, 1827 in Aberdeen, Aberdeen City, Scotland to John and Agnes Hunter. He married Jane, youngest daughter of the late James Scott, Esq., Edinburgh. They had one son, Thomas. Rev. Thomas Hunter, Jane and son Thomas were murdered July 9, 1857 in the Sialkot District, Punjab, Pakistan during the…

Clan Hunter

Clan Name: Hunter Clan Motto: Cursum Perficio (I will complete the course) Clan Chief: Madam Pauline Hunter of Hunterston Clan Seat: Hunterston Castle Castle Location: Ayrshire Scotland Clan Lands: Ayrshire, Arran, Bute, Cumbraes. Plant Badge: Armeria Maritima – sea pink Clan Name: Hunter – various spellings mention of latin Venator ( procurer ) in the…