Hunter Family History, 1810 - 1965

This text is from a book known in the family as 'The Green Hunter Book'. It contains no copyright notice. It has the following handwritten inscription:


December 21, 1965

To Aunt Nannie
  On her 86th Birthday, with
best wishes for a Happy Birthday
and a Merry Christmas.
Love,
Victor Edward Hunter, Jr.
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Let not Ambition mock their useful toil,
Their homely joys, and destiny obscure;
Nor Grandeur hear with a disdainful smile,
The short and simple annals of the Poor.
For "a bold Peasantry, their country's pride,
When once destroyed, can never be supplied..."
Thomas Gray., "Elegy Written in a Country
Churchyard" 1751.
0liver Goldsmith, "The Deserted Village",1770.

Researched and Compiled by
Victor Edward Hunter, Jr., B.B.A., S.T.B.
Hunter Family Historian
Dallas, Texas
Fall, 1965

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Almighty Father, thou knowest who we are --
human beings with a good or a bad conscience, 
some content and others discontent, 
some secure and others insecure; 
convinced Christians and nominal Christians, 
believers, half-believers, and unbelievers.

Thou also knowest whence we have come --
from the bonds of family and friendship 
or from great loneliness, 
from peaceful prosperity 
or from manifold adversities and troubles; 
from happy, from tense, or from broken homes; 
from the core of the Christian community 
or from its fringe.



Here we are gathered now in thy presence:
in all our diversity 
equally unrighteous before thee and 
before each other, equally dependent upon thy love and mercy; 
but also equally sharing the love and 
forgiveness offered to all mankind 
by the Incarnation, Crucifixion, Resurrection, 
and Ascension of thy Son, Jesus Christ; 
and by the coming of the Holy Ghost.



Send us, 0 God, as thy messengers, 
to hearts without a home, 
to lives without love, 
to the crowds without a guide.
Send us to the children whom none have made happy, --
to the hungry whom none have fed, 
to the sick whom none have visited, 
to the fallen whom none have lifted, 
to the bereaved whom none have comforted.  
Kindle thy flame on the altars of our hearts, 
that others may be warmed thereby; 
cause thy light to shine in our souls, 
that others may see the way; 
keep our sympathies and insight ready, 
our wills keen, and our hands quick 
to help our brothers in their need.
This we ask for Jesus Christ's sake.  Amen.
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Alsa M. 1.

Alsa M. Hunter, whose father is believed to have been English and whose mother is believed to have been French, was born in Georgia (see Hunter, J. T., in 1880 Census, Randolph County, Alabama2 page 34721, lines 1-8) in about 1810 (see Alsa Hunter in 1840 Census, Chambers County, Alabama2 page 205).

Alsa married Martha Stilwell. Their religious preference was Baptist. Martha Stilwell, a daughter of John Stilwell and Margaret Stilwell, was born in Georgia (see Hunter, J. T., in 1880 Census s Randolph County, Alabama., page 34712, lines 1-8) in about 1810 (see Alsa Hunter in 1840 Census, Chambers County, Alabama, page 205).

According to the 1840 census, Alsa and Martha were living in Chambers County, Alabama, in 1840. Alsa was born between 1800 and 1810; and Martha was born between 1810 and 1820. Thus, they probably were both born in about 1810.

Alsa's occupation was Farming. He owned seven slaves. Of the slaves, one was an adult male between the age of 10 and 24, one was an adult female between the age of 10 and 24, three were males under 10 years old, and two were females under 10 years old.

In 1840, Alsa and Martha had three male children -- one between the age of 5 and 10, and two under 5 years old. In 1842, Alsa M. Hunter, a trustee of the Bethel Baptist Church, bought some land for the church near Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama. Alsa and Martha had seven children. Dockery and Lucian

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Alsa M. 2.

(both born between 1830 and 1838), John Thomas (born August 31, 1839), Quincy E. (born September 20, 1841). Judson Zechariah (born December 6, 1844), Augustus (born about 1846), and Margaret Agnes (born about 1849; called Maggie; Baptist; married William Puller; Fuller was killed only a few months later; Margaret later married John Bonds; lived and died in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama) were all seven born on a farm above Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama.

Unable to locate Alsa M. Hunter or Martha Hunter and family in 1850 Census of either Chambers County or Randolph County, Alabama.

The 1860 Census of Chambers County, Alabama, lists Martha Hunter, age 47, born in Georgia; and Thomas 22, Quincy 18, Judson 16, Augustus 14, and Margaret 11, all five born in Alabama. Alsa must have died before 1860; and Martha and the children were living next door to Martha's parents,

Also living with Martha in 1860, were Nancy Hunter, age 28, born in Georgia (about 1832) -- possibly Lucian's widow; and Mary Hunter, age 10, born in Alabama (about 1850) -- possibly Dookery's daughter.

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Alsa M. 2.

(both born between 1830 and 1838), John Thomas (born August 31, 1839), AlsaM. 3.

Alsa had a brother (not on chart) named William, who was a Baptist Minister. He was probably the minister of the Bethel Baptist Church near Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama.

1850 Census, Chambers County, Alabama:

William A. Hunter, age 48, born in Georgia (about 1802).
	Elizabeth, age 29, (born about 1821),
	Cornelius, age 23, (born about 1827), 
	Elizer, age 21, (born about 1829), and 
	Columbus, age 19, (born about 1831) 
		were all four born in Georgia. 
	Mary, age 14, (born about 1836), 
	William, age 11., (born about 1839), 
	Martha, age 10, (born about 1840), 
	Emily R., age 6, (born about 1844), 
	Thomas.. age 4, (born about 1846), and 
	Louise, age 2, (born about 1848)
		were all six born in Alabama.

In 1860, they were listed: William A. Hunter 58, Elizabeth 39, Emily 16, Thomas 14, Laura 12, and Eugenia, age 8, (born about 1852).

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Alsa M. 4.

1860 Census, Chambers County, Alabama:
	Cornelius Hunter, age 33, (born about 1827, had married)
	Malissa, age 25, (born about 1835.  They had
	Thomas (Sparks), age 5, (born about 1855),
	Cornelius Alonzo, age 2, (born about 1858; never married),
	Joseph, age 1, (born about 1859; became a Baptist minister)
	Cornelius and Malissa later had Emma, John, and Lucius.

Later:

Thomas Sparks Hunter, born about 1855, married

	Nancy Hattie Smith, who was probably born about 1855,
		and had seven children.
	Cornelius -- dead, married Maud Harrison in Oklahoma. 
	Lula (twin) -- dead, married Bill Hollis.
	Lucian (twin) -- dead, married Ellie Anderson.
	Millard -- never married; died at age 21.
	Ed -- 1442 Cedar St., Abilene, Taylor County, Texas (1965). 
	Della -- now Mrs. Glover, 702 Chestnut St., Abilene (1965). 
	Alvie -- called Ab, Sr., Route 1, Hawley, Jones County, Texas (1965).
	Ab, Jr.. -- lives in Merkel, Taylor County, Texas (1965)

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Dockery 5. Lucian

Dockery Hunter, the first or second of Alsa M. Hunter and Martha Stilwell Hunter's seven children, was born on a farm above Lafayette, Chambers County Alabama p sometime between 1830 and 1838.

Dockery married Mary. They had one child, a daughter, whom they named Mary.

Dockery is believed to have died before the Civil War (April 12, 1861 - May 26, 1865).

Lucian Hunter, the first or second of Alsa M. Hunter and Martha Stilwell Hunter's seven children, was born on a farm above Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, sometime between 1830 and 1838.

According to the (1965) probate judge in Chambers County, Alabama, a L. A. Hunter (Lucian ?) married Nancy White (no date). She could be the Nancy Hunter, age 28, born in Georgia (about 1832), who was living with Martha Hunter when the 1860 Census, Chambers County, Alabama, was taken.

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John Thomas 6.

John Thomas Hunter, the third of Alsa M. Hunter and Martha Stilwell Hunter's seven children, was born on a farm above Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, on August 31, 1839.

On March 22, 1861, John T. Hunter, age 21, resident of Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, was one of the 80 men who enlisted for 12 months in Captain Jackson's Company, (known as "The LaFayette Guards"), 2nd Regiment Alabama Volunteers, at Montgomery, Montgomery County, Alabama. This organization subsequently became Company A, 7th Regiment Alabama Infantry of the Confederate States Army. During the first 12 months of the Civil War (April 12, 1861 - April 12, 1862) this company was sent to Pensacola, Escamdia County, Florida.

On April 16, 1862, John T. Hunter, age 22, enlisted for "3 yrs. or the War" in Captain Talbot's Company, Alabama Volunteers. on May 13, 1862, this company became Company I, 37th Regiment Alabama Infantry of the Confederate States Army. In July and August of 1862, they were in Columbus, Lowndes County, Mississippi. on October 1, 1862, J. T. was promoted to the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. On October 13, 1862, J. T.; 2nd Lieutenant, Company I, 37th Regiment Alabama Infantry, 4th Brigade, 1st Division, Department of the West (Major General Albert Sidney Johnston, Commanding), Confederate States Army; was wounded (extent unknown) at Corinth, Alcorn County, Mississippi.

On July 4, 1863, J. T. was captured along with the rest of Co. I, 37th Regt. Ala. Infy., at the fall of Vicksburg, Warren County, Mississippi. And on July 9, 1863, he was required to sign for parole a document stating that "being a

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John Thomas 7.

prisoner of War, in the hands of the United States Forces, ...I will not take up arms again against the United States."

During the first quarter of 1864, Lt. J. T. Hunter, Commanding Co. "P", 37th Regt. Ala. Infy., was stationed at Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia.

U.S. Major General William Tecumseh Sherman's 24 day march from Atlanta to Savannah, known as "Sherman's March to the Sea", took place from November 14, to December 8, 1864On December 31, 1864, 2nd Lt. J. T. Hunter and Co. I, 37th Regt. Ala. Infy., were at Dog River (Escatawpa) Factory near Mobile, Mobile County, Alabama.

By April 28, 1865, J. T. had been promoted to the rank of lst Lieutenant and was attached to Co. C, 37th Regt. Ala. Infy., which was paroled at Greensboro, Guilford County., North Carolina, in accordance with the terms of a Military Convention entered into on April 26, i865, between General Joseph E. Johnston, Commanding Confederate Army, and Major General W. T. Sherman, Commanding United States Army in North Carolina.

On May 2, 1865, lst Lt. J. T. Hunter is listed with Co. D, 37th Regt. Ala. Infy..

On May 26., 1865, the Civil War (April 12, 1861 - May 26, 1865) officially ended.

On September 28, 1865, J. T., age 26, married Frances Belk, age 22, in Buena Vista, Marion County, Georgia. J. T. and Frances, religious preference was Baptist.

Frances Belk, the tenth of Joseph P. Belk and Margaret Belk's twelve children, was born in Buena Vista, Marion County,

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John Thomas 8.

Georgia, on August 13, 1843.

Before their marriage, Frances graduated from Wesleyan Female College (Methodist) in Macon, Bibb County, Georgia. At Wesleyan, the first girl's college in the United States, she studied music and literature.

In May of 1952, an old Negro in his nineties, who used to be a slave of Joseph P. Belk, was working for one oil the Belk's at the old Belk place* He said that "Miss Frances" had the first piano (a Pickering Square) in that part of Georgia. He could remember how, when he was a child, people would come on Sunday afternoons and sit on the lawn to listen to Frances play the piano. He also remembered how, years later, she married a "Mr. Hunter" and moved to Texas, taking the piano with them.

After the Civil War., J. T.'s occupation was Farming. He and Frances had six children. Margaret Lula (born December 122 1866; Baptist; married William Humphrey Davis, a Druggist in Italy, Ellis County, Texas; died October 25, 1928, one month before her 62nd birthday; and was buried in Hugh's Cemetery, near Avalon, Ellis County, Texas), Victor Emmet (born February 27, 1868), Martha Caroline (born November 28, 1869; Baptist; later changed the spelling of her middle name to Carolyn; married William Ewel Cox, a Lawyer in Texas; died in Dallas, June 10, 1956; age 86; and was buried beside William in City Cemetery, Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas)., and Fletcher Estelle (born January 27, 1871; Baptist; married Lonnie David Morgan on November 9, 1893, in Italy, Texas;

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later divorced and moved to Venice, Los Angeles County, California; never remarried; died September 19, 1955; age 84) were all four born in Buena Vista, Marion County, Georgia.

J.T., Frances, and their four children moved to a farm which J. T. bought on the Tallapoosa River in Randolph County, Alabama, Thomas Lyle (born February 24, 1872) was born on this farm.

After living on this farm for three or four years, J. T. sold it and moved his family to Hickory Flat, Chambers County, Alabama, where he took up Cabinet (Furniture) Making. After living in Hickory Flat for three or four years, J. T. sold again and moved his family to Forrester's Chapel, back in Randolph County, Alabama. This was only five or six miles from where they had lived on the river farm. In Forrester's Chapel, J. T. and a Mr. Floyd entered the Sawmill business together. Nannie Helene (born December 21, 1879; Presbyterian; at age 18, married Pickens Steele Fincher, a Farmer and Rancher, on January 4, 1898, in Waxahachie., Ellis County, Texas; lived in Avalon, Ellis County, Texas, from 1898 to 1905; in Fort Griffin, Shackelford County, Texas, from 1905 to 1917; in Albany, Shackelford County, from 1917 to 1957. Since Pick's death in 1957, Nannie has lived in Fort Griffin.). J. T. and Frances, sixth and last child, was born in Forrester's Chapel, Randolph County, Alabama.

Martha Caroline wrote the following to her sister, Fletcher Estelle, on May 6, about 1953: "Forrester's Chapel was the church for the entire community, hence the name for that place. We went there to church from the river farm

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John Thomas 10.

(only five or six miles away) as well as when we were there near it at the saw mill. Mr. Forrester" (George Forrester, born November 13, 1818; Master Mason; died November 14, 1899; buried in church- yard) "there was well todo and a prosperous farmer and he had lots of land with so much big heavy timber on it and he persuaded papa to come back there and put up a saw mill and told him he would give him all the heavy timber he could saw up and sell. I am sure you can remember that big yard of lumber stacks down there at the mill don't you? and what a time we had playing all along there."

While living in Forrester's Chapel, J. T., influenced by his friend, George Forrester, joined the Masonic Lodge and became a Master Mason.

In December of 1883, eighteen years after the Civil War and their marriage, J. T., Frances, and their six children (ages 44, 40, 17, 15s 14, 12, 11, 4) moved from Forrester's Chapel, Randolph County, Alabama, to Texas. Catching the train in Opelika, Lee County, Alabama, their route took them by Southern Railroad to New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, where they crossed the Mississippi River on a ferryboat. Continuing by train they went to Gatesville, Coryell County, Texas. From Gatesville, they continued 16 miles north by horse and wagon to Jonesboro, Cor-yell County, where they joined Judson Zechariah Hunter and Augustus Hunter, two of J. T.'s brothers, who had moved to Texas in 1870 and about 1881 respectively. In Jonesboro, J. T. and his family lived on a farm,

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where J. T. resumed his Cabinet Making. In 1884, the local school teacher moved to Glen Rose, Somervelle County, Texas. So J. T,, Frances, and their children moved there too, in order that the children might have the opportunity to get an education.

On June 24, 1885, J. T. died two months before his 46th birthday, and three months before his and Frances' 20th wedding anniversary. He was buried in Glen Rose, Somervelle County, Texas.

After J. T.'s death, Frances and the children moved to Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, where they lived with Martha Caroline and her husband, Will Cox, on Belknap St.. While in Fort Worth, Frances helped pay the expenses by teaching piano lessons. She later moved to Sterrett, Ellis County, Texas.

Just a few -years before she died, Frances moved to Avalon, Ellis County, Texas, where she lived with Margaret Lula and her husband, Will Davis. on April 15, 1896, almost 11 years after J. T.'s death, Frances, age 52, became ill suddenly and died in Avalon. She was buried in Hugh's Cemetery, which is near Avalon on State highway 34 between Avalon and Italy, Ellis County, Texas.

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Victor Emmet 12.

Victor Emmet Hunter, the second of John Thomas Hunter and Frances Belk Hunter's six children, was born in Buena Vista, Marion County, Georgia, on February 27, 1868. In 1871, age 3. he moved to Alabama with his parents; and in December of 1883, age 15, he moved to Texas with his parents.

On May 2, 1894, age 26, he married,Fannie Evelyn McDuffie, age 21, in Ennis, Ellis County, Texas. Their religious preference was Baptist.

Fannie Evelyn MoDuffie, the third of George Graham MeDuffie and Lurana Virginia Landers McDuffie's eleven children, was born near Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, on October 14, 1872. Sometime before her sixth birthday, she moved to Ennis, Ellis County, with her parents.

Victor Emmet and Fannie had four children. Gertrude (born March 26, 1896; Disciples of Christ; married Wallace Norman Harris on January 10, 1917, in Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas; lived in Denton, Denton County, Texas, from 1924 to 1942; in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, from 1949 to the present; lives on 6210 Anita St.) and Faye (born March 27, 1898; Baptist; married Alfred Jack VanHuss on October 21, 1922, in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas; lived in Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan, from 1923 to the present; lives on 5786 Harvard Rd.) were both born in Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas.

Thomas Emmet (born December 11, 1902) and Victor Edward (born August 24, 1910) were both born in Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas.

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Victor Emmet 13.

In the early summer of 1918, (during World War 1.,
April 6, 1917 - November II, 1918), Victor Emmet, Fannie
Evelyn, and their children moved to Dallas, Dallas County,
Texas.  During their first three years In Dallas, Victor
Emmet was employed by the Dallas Railway And Terminal Co.
as a Conductor on a mule-drawn street-car.   From 1921 to
1934, he spent 13 years as an Electrician with the Procter
And Gamble Manufacturing Co., Dallas.
On June $, 1923, Victor Emmet, age $14., and his family
moved Into their new home on 718 So. Glasgow Dr. at Linds-
ley, Dallas.
In the late summer of 1934, he resigned his employment
with Procter And Gamble because of ill health.
Victor Emmet died on November 7, 1934, age 66, and was
buried in Grove Hill Memorial Park, Samuels Blvd., Dallas,
Dallas County, Texas.  His grave stone reads:  Victor E.
Hunter, Feb. 27, 1868 - Nov. 7, 1934.  At the time of his
death, Victor Ettimet had been married to Fannie for 1+0 years,
and had lived in Dallas for 16 years.
Pannie outlived Victor Emmet by 23 years.  During that

time she continued to live in her home on 718 So. Glasgow,
did not have to work, and saw all three of her grandchildren.
Pannie died on January 6, 1958, age 8$, and was buried
beside Victor Brnnet In Grove Hill Memorial Park.  At the
time of her death, she had lived in Dallas for 39 years.


Thomas Emmet     14.
Thornaa Emmet Hunter, the third of Victor Emmet Hunter
and Pannie Evelyn MoDuffie Hunter's four children, was born
in Terrell, Kauftaian County, Texas, on December II, 1902.
In the early summer of 1918, Thomas Emmet, age 15, moved
to Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, with his parents.
Thomas Emmet was married three times.  He was married to
his first wife, Johnnie Cawthon, for only two weeks.  He was
married to his second wife. Flora Spray, for about five years.
Tom had no children by either of these first two marriages.
On November 27, 1935, two weeks before his 33rd birthday,
he married Vivian Patricia Burnett, age 23* In Greenville,
Hunt County, Texas.  Tom's religious preference was Baptist,
and pat's Is Methodist.
Vivian Patricia Burnett, called Pat, the third of Green-
berry Franklin Burnett and Emma Dell Polk Burnett's seven
children, was born In Greenville, Texas, on March ~, 1912.
Tom and pat had one child.  Dolores Ann (born May 31,
1937; Methodist; graduated from Woodrow Wllson High School,
Dallas, January 27, 1955.  She went to Washington, D.G., In
1958, and got a job working for Senator Lyndon B. Johnson.

When Johnson became Vice-president, Dolores became Secretary
to Cliff Carter, a Vice-presidential Aide.  When Johnson
became president, he made Garter the campaign director of the
Democratic National Committee.  Dolores Is still his Secre-
tary.  1958 to 1965 lived In Washington, D.C.; 1965 moved to
Silver Spring, Montgomery County, Maryland) was born in
i Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.




Thomas Enmet     1~.
In October of 1940 Tom, age 371 Pat, and Dolores moved
bo  their  new home  on  6119  Anita St.,  Dallas.
Tom served In the U. S. Navy before World War II.; and
during World War II. (December 8, 1941 - August 1~, 1945> he
served In the U. S. Merchant Marine as a Lieutenant.
in 1946, Tom, age 43, began 18 years of employment with
the City of Dallas.  He started In the Water Department, and
later became an Electrical inspector.  From 1952 to 19611., he
was a Master Electrician for the Park Department.
Thomas Emmet died on May 12, 19611., age 61, and was buried
beside his parents In Grove Hill Memorial Park, Samuels Blvd.,
Dallas, Texas.  At the time of his death he had lived in
Dallas for 11.6 years, and had been married to pat for 28 years.
pat presently lives In her home on 6119 Anita St.,
Dallas, Texas.



Victor Edward     16.
Victor Edward Hunter, the fourth of Victor Emmet Hunter
and Fannie Evelyn McDuffie Hunter's four children, was born
in Terrell, Kaufman County, Texas, on August 2~., 1910.
in the early summer of 1918, (during World War 1.,
April 6, 1917 - November II, 1916), age 7, he moved to Dallas,
Dallas County, Texas, with his parents.  On June ~, 1923
age 12, Victor Edward moved with his parents into their new
home on 718 So. Glasgow Dr.  On January 2$, 1929, age 18, he
graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School, Dallas.  He later
attended Southern Methodist University, Dallas, for about
two and a half years 
in October of 1929, the United States entered the sever-
est depression It had experienced up to that time.  November,
1932 - March, 1933, the worst period of the depression, was
called the "interregnum".  In March of 1933, the economy hit
rook bottom.  After some months it improved; but In 1937, the
economic Indexes dropped back to the 1933 level.  Not until
World War II. did we enter a period of economic security; but
it was a false-economy, because it was based on war.
On October 24, 1931, Victor Edward, age 21, married
Irene Stafford, a month before her 19th birthday.  They eloped
and were married in Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma, by the
Rev. John Calvin Morris (Methodist).  At the time of their
marriage, Victor Edward's religious preference was Baptist
and Irene's was Methodist.  They both, however, attended the
Baptist Church until they changed to the Episcopal Church In
June of 1949.



Victor Edward     17*
Irene Stafford, the second of Daniel Stafford and Dora
Elizabeth Stokes Stafford's three children, was born In Fort
Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, on December 4, 1912.
Irene graduated from Fort Worth Central High School on
May 30, 1930.  in September of 1930, she entered Baylor Uni-
versity's School of Nursing at Baylor Hospital In Dallas,
from which she received her Diploma of Graduate Nurse on
May 29, 1933*  On December 12, 1933, al3e 21, she became a
Registered Nurse (R.N.) In the State of Texas.
On August 30, 1934, Victor Edward, age 24, began his
employment with the Procter And Gamble Manufacturing Co.,
Dallas.  He started as a Machine Adjuster and later became
a Draftsman.
Victor Edward and Irene had two children.  Betty Jean
(born September 2, 1934; Episcopal; graduated from Woodrow
Wllaon High School, Dallas, January 30, 19~3; received her
Bachelor of Science In secretarial service from Texas State
College for Women, Denton, Denton County, Texas, June 4,
19$6; married Jerry Mlllard MoGowan, B.S., an Accounting
Supervisor, on August 1, 1958, In Dallas; lives on 4529
Astor Rd, Mesquite, Dallas County) and Victor Edward, Jr.
(born October 21, 1935) were both born in Dallas, Dallas
County, Texas.
On November 20, 1941, (Thanksgiving Day), two weeks
before the United States entered World War II. (December 8,
1911.1  - August  14,  3945),  Victor  Edward,  Irene,  Betty,  and

I Victor Edward Jr. moved from Bartow Dr. to their new home



victor Edward     18.
on 4245 Delmar Ave., Dallas.
Irene nursed for 17 years, from May, 1933* until May,
1950.  She was a Housewife for 14 years, from 1950 to 1961}..
Irene died on December 12, 1964, eight days after her
$2nd birthday, and was buried in Hlllcrest Memorial Park,
Dallas.  At the time of her death she had lived In Dallas for
34 years, and had been married to Victor Edward for 33 years.
On July 17, 1965', Victor Edward, age 54~ married Mildred
Louise Hart in Nelson, age 35.  They were married in Cedar
Hill, Dallas County, Texas, by the Rev. Guy Orbison (Church
of Christ).  Their religious preference Is Church of Christ.
After their wedding they had a one week honeymoon In Roswell,
Santa Pe, Taos, and Red River, New Mexico.
Mildred Louise Hartin Nelson, the seventh of Roland
William Hartin, Sr. and Lola Beatrice Ollllland Hartin's
eight children, was born In Cedar Hill, Texas, on November
24, 1929.
Mildred graduated from Cedar Hill High School on May 24,
1946,  She married Charles Ray Nelson In 1946.  Mildred and
Charles had two children.  Larry Charles Nelson (born March
~.,  1911.8)  was  born  In Waxahachle,  Ellis  County,  Texas;  and
Carry Ray Nelson (born October 7, 195~) was born in Dallas,
Dallas County, Texas.  Mildred and Charles divorced In 1959.
Mildred has been an employee of the Procter And Gamble Manu-
facturing Co., Dallas, since October of 1948 
Victor Edward, Mildred, Larry, and Carry presently live
In their home on 4245 Delmar Ave, Dallas, Texas.

Victor Edward, Jr.     19*
Victor Edward Hunter, Jr, the second of Victor Edward
Hunter and Irene Stafford Hunter's two children, was born In
Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, on Oc-bober 21, 1935.
On November 20, 1941, (Thanksgiving Day), two weeks
before the United States entered World War II. (December 8,
1911.1  - August,  141,  19~),  Victor Edward,  Jr,  age  6,  moved
with his parents and sister from Bartow Dr Into their new
home on 4245 Delmar Ave., Dallas.  He lived there until he
graduated from high school, 12 years later.  He also lived
there In the summers while he was in college.
On December 16, 194, Victor Edward, Jr., age 13 was
Baptized, Confirmed, and received his First Communion in St.
Matthew's Episcopal Cathedral, Dallas, where he was a commun-
icant for three years.  Since Ash Wednesday, February 26, 19~2,
he has been a communicant of the Church Of The Incarnation
(Episcopal), Dallas,  Since January, 1953, age 17, he has been
a licensed Lay Reader In the Elpiscopal Diocese of Dallas.
On January 20, 19541 age 18, he graduated from Highland
Park High School, Dallas, Texas.
On December 14~ 195)3* one month before graduating from
high school, Victor Edward, Jr., age 18, (Selective Service
Number 412935290), enlisted as a Chaplains Assistant (Mili-
tary Occupational Specialty Number 718) in the Division Head-
quarters Detachment, lj.9th Armored Division, Texas National
Guard, 4th United States Army (Service Number 2~91266$), in
Dallas, Texas.
He enlisted as a Recruit E-l; and was promoted on about
Victor Edward, Jr.     20.

1-14-54 to private E-2; on 9-26-54 to private First Class E-3;
on 6-2-55 to Corporal E-k.', on 6-17-58 to Specialist Second
Class (later designated Specialist Five) E-S; and later (date
unknown) to Specialist Six E-6.  He became the Chief Chaplains
Assistant to the Division Chaplain.  His service consisted of
attending 48 weekly drills (2 hours per drill) per year In
Dallas, and 15) days of Summer Camp per year at North Fort
Hood, Coryell County, Texas.
On August 14, 1961, after 7 years and 8 months of serv-
ice, he resigned from the Texas National Guard In order to
attend seminary.
From August 14~ 1961, to October 18, 1962 (114. months),
he was assigned to the Headquarters, 21st United States Army
Corps Control Group, indiantown Gap Military Reservation,
Annville, Pennsylvania, but was not required to attend any
drills or camps during that time, as he was In seminary.
in regard to college, Victor Edward, Jr. earned the money
for his expenses (tuition, room, board, & books) through the
following full-time (during summers) and part-time (during
school) jobs:
Great Atlantic And Pacific Tea Co., Dallas, Texas
11-2-51 thru 1-30-54 (27 months: 5 package Boy, 22 Checker)
pay rate per hour;  7~, ssg, RRIA 92~, 9~
Texas And pacific Railway Co., Dallas, Texas
6-2-54 thru 1-3-5'6  (19 months as Messenger)
This Included 210 days leave of absence to attend college.
pay rate per hour;  $1.46, $1.60 ($278 per mo.)
North Texas State College Cafeterias, Denton, Texas
10-l thru ~-31-~6   (8 months Serving Food)
Pay rate per hour:  $0~
Victor Edward, Jr.     21.

Texas And pacific Railway Co., Dallas, Texas
6-1-~6 thru 9-14-56  (311- months as Warehouse Trucker)
pay rate per hour:  $1.o0, $1.71 ($298 per mo.)
North Texas State College Cafeterias, Denton, Texas
9-17-56 thru 5-28-5'7  (81 months Serving Food)
Pay rate per hour:  $0/
City of Dallas, Texas, Fire Department
6-26-57 thru 9-17-57  (3 months as property Clerk 6-2)
Pay rate per month:  $247 ($1.42 per hr,)
During his four years at North Texas State College, he
was a member of four professional organizations (Management
Club, Society for the Advancement of Management, Marketing
Club, and Future Business Leaders of America) and two social
organizations (Canterbury club and Student Religious Council).
In college he took the following Courses of instruction;
Business Administration (77 semester hours)
First Minor or Professional Field:  Office Management
467   Job Analysis and Evaluation
11.86     Supervisory Management  (Human Relations)
482   production Control and Quality Control
11.81     purchasing.  Stores,  and  inventory  Control
11.80     Motion  and Time  Study
386   Personnel Management
385   Office Management
381   Industrial Management
Major:  Business Administration
377   Finance
370   Business Statistics
36$   Principles of Marketing
338   Business Law
337   Business Law
333   Business Writing
254   Personal insurance planning
251   Business psychology
140   Business Mathematics
138   Elementary Accounting
137   Elementary Accounting
12$   introduction to Business
Victor Edward, Jr.     22.

Second Minor:  Office Skills
323   IBM Punched-Card Machines
15?0    Office Machines  (Rotary & Key-Driven Calcu-
lators, 10-Key & Pull-Key Adding Machines)
3l6(l)Duplicatlng Machines (A. B. Dick 430 & 78
Mimeograph, Mimeoscope, Ditto Duplicator)
331 (1) Typewriter Care and Maintenance
120(2)0fflce Problems In Typewriting
115(2) Intermediate Typewriting ($U. w.p.m.)
110 (2) Beginning Typewriting
131A  Principles of Gregg Shorthand, 1st Course
Arts and Sciences <40 semester hours)
Social Sciences
Economics
232   Principles of Economics
231   principles of Economics
Government
205   National Government
204   American Constitutions & State Government
His tory
262   American History Since 1865
261   American History to 1865
Humanities
English
232   English Literature
231   English Literature
132   Composition and Rhetoric
131   Grammar and Composition
Speech
110   Business Speaking
Library Service
110(l)Use of Books and Library Materials
Natural Science
Biology
132   Principles of Zoology
131   Principles of Botany
Education (10 semester hours)
Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
261j.M   Club Leadership  for Men
257   Standard & Advanced First Aid
119(l)Tennls, Softball, Volleyball
118 (1) Golf, Speedball, Table Tennis
117(l)Track & Field Events, Tumbling
ll6(l)Touch Football, Basketball, Trampollne


Victor Edward, Jr.     23*
On May 30, 1958, Victor Edward, Jr., age 22, received
his Bachelor of Business Administration (B.B.A.) degree In
office management from North Texas State College, Denton,
Denton County, Texas.
On July 141 1958, he began his employment with Lone Star
Gas Co., Dallas Division, Dallas, Texas.  He served as a pro-
motion Representative to home builders for 38 months, and re-
signed on September 8, 1961, in order to attend seminary* His
pay rate per month was $3501 $368, $398, $11.18.
From October, 1958, until September, 1961, he spent 35
months as a Lay Reader and Youth Sponsor at the Church Of The
Epiphany (Episcopal), Dallas,  During their first 18 months,
Epiphany grew from 4 to 87 members.  They then obtained a
regular ordained minister; and Victor Edward, Jr. served as
his assistant for the next 17 months.
1960-61, he attended Dallas College, the evening division
of Southern Methodist University, where he took a course In
the Old Testament and one In the New Testament.  These did not
count toward his degree in theology, but are listed below with
the seminary courses of Instruction.
1961-62 and 1962-63, he attended the Protestant Episcopal
Theological Seminary In Virginia (V.T.S), Alexandria, Virginia.
During the summer of 1962, he served as a Student Chaplain at
the San Antonio State Hospital, San Antonio, Bexar County,
Texas, while taking a course In Clinical pastoral Training.
1962-63, he served as a Seminarian at St. Clement's Episcopal
Church, Alexandria, Virginia.  During the summer of 1963, he
victor Edward, Jr.     24.
spent two months at the Church Of The Good Shepherd (Episcopal)
In Wichita Palls, Wichita County, Texas, under the parish
Training Program of the National Council of the Episcopal Church
1963-64, he attended the General Theological Seminary
of the Protestant Episcopal Church (G.T.S.), New York City,
Manhattan island. New York*  During that time, he also served
as a Seminarian at the Church Of The Ascension (Episcopal) In
the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, Long Island, New York.
in seminary he took the following Courses of instruction;
Bible (44 semester hours)
Old Testament
Rel21 (3S)  Old Testament
OT I  (4v)  Old Testament Background
OT 2  (3V)  The Prophets
OT 3  (3V)  The Church in Israel
OT 16 (3V)  Apocrypha and pseudepigrapha

NF?W 'ocl~antamp~rf.

J.1 v Vlf     JL W W  U CUi.
Rel22 (3S)
NT I  (3V)
NT 2  (4v)
NT 3  (3V)
NT 9  (3G)
NT 5  (3V)
NT 6  (3V)
NT 20 (4v>
NT 3n (?v)

Rew Testament
Survey of the New Testament, part I
Survey of the New Testament, part 2
Pauline Theology (Greek)
Johannine Literature (Greek)
Introduction to Biblical Languages (Greek)
Elementary New Testament Greek, Part I
Elementary New Testament Greek, part 2
Biblical Theology

Theology (20 semester hours)
ST I  (3V)  Christian Apologetics
ST 20 (2V)  The Study of a Theologian
ST 3  (3V)  History of Christian Thought
ST 4  (3V)  System of Christian Doctrine, part I
DT 2  (3G)  Dogmatic Theology, part 2
Eth2  (3G)  Principles of Christian Ethics
Eth3  (3G)  Problems in Moral Theology
Victor Edward, Jr.     2~.
Church History (17 semester hours)
CH 2  (3V)  Early Church History
CH 3  (3V)  Reformation and Modern Church
CH 3  (3G)  English Church History
CH U.  (3V)  American Church History
CH 20 (2V)  The Mission of the Church
Liti  (3G)  Study of Christian Worship
pastoral Theology (30 semester hours)
PT 2  (2V)  Introduction to Pastoral Theology
PT 2A (3V)  Clinical pastoral Training (SASH)
PT 3  (2V)  pastoral Counseling & Holy Matrimony
PT 40 (30)  The Parish and Young people
PT 8  (3V)  Materials of Christian Education
PT 42 (3G)  The Confirmation Class
Hom2  (3V)  preparation of Sermons, part I
PT 211. (3G)  Preparation of Sermons, part 2
S&MI  (2V)  Speech and Music
PT 2B (3V)  Parish Training program (GS,WF)
PT $  (3G)  Parish Administration & Canon Law
The numbers and letters In parentheses above Indicate the
number of semester hours per course and where (S - S.M.U.,
V - V.T.S., G - G.T.S.) the courses were taken.
On May 27, 1961C, Victor Edward, Jr., age 28, received
his Bachelor of Sacred Theology (S.T.B.) degree from the
General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal
Church, New York City.
On June 16, 1964, he resumed his employment with Lone
Star Gas Co, Dallas Division, Dallas, Texas.  He Is a
Promotion Representative to gas appliance dealers,  pay rate
per month $ICL8, $435.
1961i.-6$, he taught a Church School class at incarnation
and an adult Confirmation class at Holy Trinity (Episcopal),
both of Dallas.  Fall, 1965', he Is teaching an adult Church
School class at epiphany In Dallas.
Present address - 5818 E. University, Apt. 241, Dallas.
Thomas Lyie     26.
Thomas Lyie Hunter, the fifth of John Thomas Hunter and
Prances Belk Hunter's six children, was born on a farm on
the Tallapoosa River in Randolph County, Alabama, on Febru-
ary 21}., 1872.  In December of 1883* age almost 12, he moved
from Alabama to Texas, with his parents.
On October 22, 1893, age 21, he married Lily Day Ensmin-
ger, age 18, in Granbury, Hood County, Texas.  Thomas Lyie
and Lily's religious preference Is Baptist.
Lily Day Ensminger, the first of David Lafayette Ensmin-
ger and Elizabeth Penelope Stephens Ensminger s six children,
was born in Mount Pleasant, Titus County, Texas, on August 12,
1875.
A year before their marriage. Lily, age 17, received her
diploma from Granbury College (Methodist) in Granbury, Texas.
At Granbury College she studied art and music.
At the time of their marriage, Tom and Lily were both
living In Granbury; and Tom was working in a dry goods store.
On June 1, 1895, Tom and Lily moved to Fort Worth,
Tarrant County, Texas, where Tom began his employment with
the pacific Express Co.
Tom and Lily had one child.  Hazel Myrtle (born Febru-
ary 2, 1897; Presbyterian; married Alva Pearl Barrett on
December 7 1921, in Fort Worth, Texas; divorced In 1941;
lives on 5000 Byers St., Fort Worth) was born In Fort Worth.
From Fort Worth, Tom's employment with the express co.
took him and his family to Roswell, Chaves County, New Mex-
ico; in Dublin, Erath County, Texas; to Waco, McLennan
Thomas Lyie     27 
County, Texas; to Mount Pleasant, Titus County, Texas; to
Mineral Wells, palo Pinto County, Texas, In 1907; to Galves-
ton, Galveston County, Texas; and back to Mineral Wells in
1912.  Not long after Tom, Lily, and Hazel returned to Min-
eral Wells, the express co. changed Its name to Wells Pargo
Express.  This name was later changed to Railway Express
Agency.
After having been employed by the express co. for 46
years and 9 months, Tom, age 70, retired on March 1, 1942.
He was then employed for four years in the Transportation
Office of Camp Wolters, just outside Mineral Wells, from
1142 to 1946 (during World War II.).
FTom 1946 to 1961, Tom and Lily enjoyed 15 years of
retirement together In their home on 1604 N.W. 4th Ave. in
Mineral Wells.
Thomas Lyie died on October 10, 1961, age 89, and was
buried in Woodland park Cemetery, Highway 281, Mineral Wells,
Palo Pinto County, Texas.
After Tom's death. Lily continued to live on lj-th Ave.
for the next two years.  She then sold her home and moved to
Fort Worth, where she presently lives with Hazel on 5000
Byers St., port Worth, Texas.




Quincy E.     26.
Quincy E Hunter, the fourth of Alsa M. Hunter and Martha
Stilwell Hunter's seven children, was born on a farm above
Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, on September 20, 1841.
He served In the Confederate Army for three years.
ouincy married Fannle  They never had any children.
From 1699 to 1926, ouincy lived in Tampa, Hlllsborough
County, Florida, for 27 years (see Augustus Hunter).
Fannie died In 1924, and was buried In Tampa, Florida.
Quincy died on September 9, 1926, eleven days before his
8$th birthday, and was buried In Tampa, Hillsborough County,
Florida.
Judson Ze char I ah     29.
Judson Zecharlah Hunter, -the fifth of Alsa M. Hunter and
Martha Stilwell Hunter's seven children, was born on a farm
above Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama, on December 6, is44.
On December 1, 1862, five days before his 18th birthday,
Judson enlisted in Company I, 37th Regiment Alabama infantry
of the Confederate States Army, at Grenada, Grenada County,
Mississippi.  He was later wounded at Vicksburg, Warren County,
Mississippi, when a bullet grazed the top of his head leaving
a permanent scar.  The payroll of Co. I, 37th Regt. Ala. Infy.,
dated at Dalton, Whitfield County, Georgia, February 29, 1864,
shows Private Judson Hunter "Sick in Hospital".
On January 25, 1866, age 21, he married Mary Ann Pounds,
age 18.  Judson and Mary's religious preference was Baptist.
Mary Ann Pounds, called Molly, a daughter of Zechariah
Pounds and Elizabeth A. Sutton Pounds, was born in Lafayette,
Chambers County, Alabama, on April 20, 1847.
Judson and Molly had nine children.  Lavada (born Janu-
ary II, 1867) and Zechariah Judson (born December 249 1868)
were both born In Lafayette, Chambers County, Alabama.
In January of 1870, five years after the Civil War,
Judson, Molly, and their two children started from Alabama
to Texas.  Their route took them from Alabama to New Orleans,
Orleans Parish, Louisiana, on the Southern Railroad.  At New
Orleans, while crossing the Mississippi River on a ferryboat,
Molly became sick and had to leave the children In Judson's
care.  Zechariah, only 13 months old, played in the cold
water, took pneumonia, and died on January 21, 1870.  After
Judson Zechariah     30.

burying him in New Orleans, Judson, Molly, and Lavada contin-
ued by railroad to Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas.
In Sulphur Springs, Judson's occupation was Farming.
John Thomas, called Tommy, (born October 29, 1871, named for
one of his father's brothers), Minnie Ola (born October 1).,
1873; Baptist? married John Robert Rector on November 15,
1893; Rector died in July, 1905; Minnie married William Louis
Means in May, 19081 Means died in July or August, 1914;
Minnie later married Dock Moseley; divorced about two years
later; Minnie lived in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas; died
October 27, 195;8, age 85), Nora Judson (born February II,
1876; Baptist; was II years old when she moved to Anson,
Jones County, Texas, in 1887.  She grew up In Anson, and mar-
ried Charles Wesley Reeves on November 16, 1893, when she was
17 years old.  Nora lived in Anson for 73 years.  She died on
January 8, 1960, one month before her 81}.th birthday, and was
buried beside Charles in Mount Hope Cemetery, Anson, Texas),
David Oscar (born January 15, 1878), James Quincy (born
April 9, 1880), and Margaret Agnes, called Maggie, (born
September 12, 1882; named for her father's sister; Baptist;
married Leroy Burdine; later divorced; married Ambrose J.
Davis In about 1915; lived In Kerrville, Kerr County, Texas;
died August 17, 1959; one month before her 77th birthday)
were all six born In Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas.
In the Spring of 1883* Judson, Molly, and their children
moved to Jonesboro, Coryell County, Texas, where Judson con-
tinued his occupation of Farming.  William Robert, called
Judson Zecharlah     31 
Willie, Judson and Molly's ninth and last child, was born in
Jonesboro, on January 19, 1885.
In 1886, Judson and his family (ages k.l, 39, 19, 15, 13
10, 8, 6, 14., 1) moved to Milford, Ellis County, Texas, where
he farmed for one year.  in 1887, they moved to a farm In
Anson, Jones County, Texas.
Prom Anson, Judson and Molly moved to a small community,
12 miles south-east of Ellda, Roosevelt County, New Mexico,
where Judson owned and operated a grocery store.  While they
were there, Judson got up a petition for a post Office? and
when the U. S. Postal Department put one in, they named the
community Judson, New Mexico, and made Judson the postman.
On July 29, 1908, Molly, age 61, died and was buried in
Elida.  At the time of her death, Molly and Judson had been
married for 11.2 years.
Judson, age 63, then retired and moved to Alpine, Brew-
ster County, Texas, where he lived for the next 16 years.
In 1924, he moved to Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma,
where he died on October 29, 1925, one month before his 81st
birthday.  Judson was buried in Dryden Cemetery, five miles
east and four miles north of Hollis, Oklahoma.
John Thomas     32.
John Thomas Hunter, called Tommy, the third of Judson
Zechariah Hunter and Mary Ann pounds Hunter's nine children,
was born in Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, on Octo-
ber 29, 1871.  He was named for one of his father's brothers.
Tommy never married.  His religious preference was
Baptist,
~~OBB
On February 9, lc348, John Thomas, age 76, diedlat West-
ern State Hospital, Port Supply, Woodward County, Oklahoma,
and wao buniod in DuffnIOJ Harpor Counlyi 0klahoma>
David Oscar     33'
David Oscar Hunter, the sixth of Judson Zechariah Hunter
and Mary Ann Pounds Hunter's nine children, was born in Sul-
phur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, on January i, 1878.
On September 13, 1900, age 22, he married Hattie Kil-
grove, age 19, In Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.  David and
Hattie s religious preference is Baptist.
Hattie Kilgrove, the fourth of Henry William Kilgrove
and Saphronia Safari Kilgrove's nine children, was born in
Cottle County, Texas, on September 13, 1881.
David and Hattie had eight children.  Henry Judson (born
December 1, 1902) was born In Hamlin, Jones County, Texas.
Oscar William (born January 18, 1905) and El lie Nora (born
March 18, 1907; Baptist; married Jasper Miller, Morris Riner,
0. J. Stanford, and Rufus Jackson Alien respectively; lives
in Red Oak, Ellis County, Texas) were born in Texas.
Sonny was born in Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.  He
died when he was two months old and was buried in Lubbock.
M E (full name; born August 10, 1912; Pentecostal; married
Orba Cleo Moore; lives on 270 Towt, Salinas, Monterey County,
California) and Eva Lee (born August 20, 1914; Baptist; mar-
ried Cecil Hooks; lives on 15 Coble Ave., phillips, Hutchin-
son County, Texas; P.O. Box 338, Borger, Hutchinson County,
Texas) were born in Lubbock, Lubbock County, Texas.
Vera Mae (born in 1916; died of appendicitis in 1918;
and was buried six miles from Avoca, Jones County, Texas)
was born in Texas.  Doris Irene (born December 24, 1921).;
Baptist; married Bert Morrison; lives on 812 Canady St.,


David Oscar     31c.
P.O. Box 504, Borger, Hutchinson County, Texas) was born in
Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.
On November II, 1929, David died in Hollis, two months
before his S2nd birthday.  He was climbing through a barbed
wire fence with his shot-gun and became tangled.  While he
was trying to get loose, his gun fired and killed him.  He
was buried beside Judson in Dryden Cemetery, five miles east
and four miles north of Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.
Hattie never remarried, and presently lives on 724 N.
Weatherly St., Borger, Texas.
Henry Judson     35

Henry Judson Hunter, the first of David Oscar Hunter
and Hattie Kilgrove Hunter's eight children, was born in
Hamlin, Jones County, Texas, on December 1, 1902.
On February 2, 19211., age 21, he married Maudie Lee Gray,
age 2.H., in Paducah, Cottle County, Texas.  Maudie, the sixth
of John Green Gray and Mary Prances Kennedy Gray's eleven
children, was born in Oklahoma, on August 8, 1899*  Henry
and Maudie's religious preference is Baptist.
Henry and Maudie had four children.
Mary Lee (born April 3, 1925; Baptist; married William
Patterson in Paducah, on March 9, 1944; died September 10,
1961; age 36; and was buried in Amarillo, Potter-Randall
Counties, Texas) was born in paducah, Gottle County, Texas.
Jewel Dean (born September 15, 1928; Baptist; married
Connie Aday and Leon Bailey respectively; lives in Amarillo)
and Lois Christine (born January 8, 1930; Baptist; married
George G. Matthews in Paducah, on December 22, 1911.71 lives
in Amarillo) were botn born in Vinson, Harmon County, Okla-
homa.
Geneva Sue (born December 19, 1931? Baptist; married
C. L. Lynch in Paducah, on November II, 1947; lives in Ama-
rillo) was born in Duke, Jackson County, Oklahoma.
Henry is now a retired Farmer.  He and Maudie have been
married for l(-l years, and presently live in their home on
1004 Bagaary St., Amarillo, Texas.
Oscar William     36.
Oscar William Hunter, the second of David Oscar Hunter
and Hattie Kilgrove Hunter's eight children, was born in
Texas, on January 18, 190$.
He married Estelle Aday.  Their religious preference
was Baptist.  Oscar and Estelle never had any children.
They moved to California.
On January 8, 1963, ten days before his SSth birthday,
Oscar died in Red Oak, Ellis County, Texas, while visiting
his sister, Ellie.  He was buried in Red Oak Cemetery, just
across Highway 342 from where Ellie and R. J. Alien live.
Estelle has since died.
James puincy     37.
James Quincy Hunter, the seventh of Judson Zecharlah
Hunter and Mary Ann Pounds Hunter's nine children, was born
in Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas, on April 9, 1880.
In December of 1907, age 27, he married Maggie Maud
Naugle, age 19, in Elida, Roosevelt County, New Mexico.
Quincy's religious preference was Baptist, and Maud's Is
Methodist.
Maggie Maud Naugle, called Maud, a daughter of Jesse
J. Naugle and Sarah P. Naugle, was born In Rock Hill, Wood
County, Texas, on August 1$, 1888.  She later changed her
first name to Margaret.
Q,uincy was a Farmer by occupation.  He and Maud had
five children.  Murrell Kennedy (born July 25, 1909) and
Charles Walt on (born March 18, 1911) were both born In
Elida, Roosevelt County, New Mexico.
Sarah Katherine (born March 17, 1913; Baptist; married
Gilbert Ray Copeland in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas,
on December 24, 1937; lives on Route 2, Box 68A, Augusta,
Butler County, Kansas) was born In Roswell, Chaves County,
New Mexico.
Pearl Maudie (born September 22, 191*?; Baptist; married
John Clyde Bender In Newton, Harvey County, Kansas, on Janu-
ary 27, 1933; lives on 2758 No. Athenian, Wichita, Sedgwick
County, Kansas) was born in Judson, Roosevelt County, New
Mexico.
Mary Barbara Louise (born March 7, 1926; Baptist; mar-
ried Norman Rex Sidel in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas,
James Quincy     36.

on June 16, 1947; lives on 646 E. 3Sth St. N., Wichita, Kan-
sas) was born in Wichita, Kansas.
Quincy died on August 7, 1960, age 80, and was buried

I    In White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Wichita, Kansas.  At the
time of his death he had been married to Maud for 52 years,
I     and had lived in Wichita, Kansas for 3$ years.
i         Maud presently lives with Barbara on 648 E. 3Sth St. N.,
Wichita, Kansas.
Murrell Kennedy     39.
Murrell Kennedy Hunter, the first of James Quincy Hunter
and Maggie Maud Naugle Hunter's five children, was born in
Elida, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, on July 25, 1909.
On December 24, 1936, age 27, he married Byrness Leone
Belden, age 16, in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.  Their
religious preference is Methodist.
Byrness Leone Belden, the fourth of Henry Edgar Belden
and Emma Gertrude Rambo Belden 'a four children, was born In
Yale, Payne County, Oklahoma, on November 20, 1920.
Murrell and Byrness had two children.  Leona Kay (born
August 149 1911.0; Baptist; married Philip Sidney James on
June llj., 1964; lives on 965 Macon Ave., Aurora, Adams County,
Colorado) and Terry Jill (born September 2, 1914-71 died
August 14, 19l<-8, two weeks before her first birthday; and
was buried In White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Wichita, Kan-
sas) were both born in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.
In September of 1948, Murrell, Byrness, and Leona Kay
moved from Wichita, Kansas, to Montrose, Montrose County,
Colorado, where Murrell is a Clerk and Salesman In a furni-
ture store.
Murrell and Byrness presently live In their home on
Route 2, Box 33, Montrose, Colorado.
Charles Walton     40

Charles Wal-bon Hun-ber, the second of James Quincy Hunter
and Maggie Maud Naugle Hunter's five children, was born in
Elida, Roosevelt County, New Mexico, on March 18, 1911.

~           Charles never married.
On March 2, 1932, two weeks before his 21s-fc birthday,
Charles died in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas.  He was
buried in White Chapel Memorial Gardens, Wichita, Kansas.


William Robert     41
William Robert Huntier, the ninth of Judson Zechariah
Hunter and Mary Ann Pounds Hunter's nine children, was born
in Jonesboro, Coryell County, Texas, on January 19, 1885',
On September 15, 1909, age 24, he married Dora Boskey
lvey, age 18, in Sagerton, Haskell County, Texas.  Their
religious preference is Baptist.
Dora Boskey lvey, the only child of Sam lvey and Lou
lvey lvey (third cousins married), was born in Bosque County,
Texas, on July 28, 1891.
Willie's occupation was Farming.  He and Dora had ten
children.  William Judson, called Jack W., (born November
?,  1910),  Bennie Delbert  (born September 22,  1912),  and
Winnie Pearl (born September 21, 1914; Baptist; married John
Franklin Wharton on January 14, 1933? lives on 716 W. Ave. D,
Midlothian, Ellis County, Texas) were born in Sagerton, Has-
kell County, Texas.
Marshall Lewis (born October 16, 1916) was born in
Alpine, Brewster County, Texas.
Ruby Juan it a (born January 9, 1919; died January 18,
1919; age 9 days; was buried in Honey Grove), Alvis Leroy
(born September 20, 1921), and Calvin Eugene (born October
3, 1923) were born in Honey Grove, Fannin County, Texas.
Virginia May, called Dolly, (born May 3, 1926; died
April 30, 1935; age 9; and was buried in Dryden Cemetery,
five miles east and four miles north of Hollis, Oklahoma),
R B (full name; born November 21, 1928), and Richard Qrville
(born January 5, 1931) were born in Hollis, Harmon County,
William Robert     J+2.
Oklahoma.
In 1936, Willie and Dora moved to Waxahachie, Ellis
County, Texas.  They presently live in their home on 314
E. Parks, Waxahachie, Texas.
William Judson     43.
William Judson Hunter, called Jack W., the first of
William Robert Hunter and Dora Boskey lvey Hunter's ten
children, was born in Sagerton, Haskell County, Texas, on
November 15, 1910.
On November 3, 1928, just before his l8th birthday, he
married Ethel Alma Rowin, age 19, in Hollis, Harmon County,
ep klahoma.  Their religious preference Is Church of Christ.
Ethel Alma Rowin, the only child of George Rowin and
Willie Elizabeth Riley Rowin, was born In Milford, Ellis
County, Texas, on August 4, 1909.
From 1928 to 1932, Jack and Ethel lived in Mangum,
Greer County, Oklahoma.  They had two children.  Billy Jack
(born December 10, 1929) and peggy Jean (born January 26,
1931? Church of Christ; married Kenneth Dean Haney on Feb-
ruary 2, 1950, in Waxahachie, Texas) lives on 6112 Silver-
dale, Dallas, Texas) were both born in Mangum, Oklahoma.
Jack has been a Carpenter since 1932.  From 1932 to
1948, Jack, Ethel, Billy Jack, and Peggy Jean lived In
Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas,  From 1948 to the present,
Jack and Ethel have lived in Dallas, Dallas County, Texas.
Ethel has been an employee of Sears on 611 W. Jefferson in
Dallas since 1948.
Jack and Ethel presently live In their home on 236 W.
Woodin, Dallas, Texas.
Billy Jack     44

Billy Jack Hunter, the first: of William Judson (Jack W.)
Hunter and Ethel Alma Rowin Hunter's two children, was born
in Mangum, Greer County, Oklahoma, on December 10, 1929.
On January 1, 1911.8, age 18, he married Betty Jo Sims,
one month before her 20th birthday, in Waxahachle, Ellis
County, Texas.  Their religious preference is Methodist.
~      Betty Jo Sims, daughter of J. H. Sims and Jimmie Sims,
was born In Bethel, Ellis County, Texas, on January 28, 1928.
Billy Jack and Betty Jo have no children of their own.
They have two adopted children.  John Mark (born December 23,
1959> and Leanne (born August 30, 1961) were both born in
and adopted from the Methodist Home in San Antonio, Bexar
County, Texas.
Billy Jack is an employee of the purina Feed Co. in
Snyder, Scurry County, Texas.
Billy Jack, Betty Jo, John Mark, and Leanne presently
live on 2202 43rd St., Snyder, Texas.
Bennie Delbert     45
Bennie pelbert Hunter, the second of William Robert
Hunter and Dora Boskey lvey Hunter's ten children, was born
In Sagerton, Haskell County, Texas, on September 22, 1912.
Bennie never married.  His religious preference was
Baptist.
in March of 1932, Bennie, age 19, died of pneumonia in
Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas.  He was buried beside Jud-
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~ son Zechariah and David Oscar in Dryden Cemetery, five miles
east and four miles north of Hollis, Harmon County, Oklahoma.




Marshall Lewis     46.
Marshall Lewis Hunter, the fourth of William Robert
Hunter and Dora Boskey lvey Hunter's ten children, was born
in Alpine, Brewster County, Texas, on October 16, 1916.
He was married to his first wife, Billie Burgess, only
three months.  There were no children by this marriage.
On August 8, 1939, Marshall, age 22, married Marguerite
Louise Wiser, age 17, In Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas.
Th~Lr religious preference is Baptist.
Marguerite Louise Wiser, the second of Claude Calvin
Wiser and Mattie Ethel Culver Wiser