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John Hunt

Birthplace: Hopewell, Hunterdon County, Province of New Jersey
Death: April 30, 1834 (83)
Huntsville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, United States (Natural )
Place of Burial: Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Dr. Daniel Hunt and Susannah Hunt
Husband of Charity Hunt and Charity Hunt
Father of Gershom Hunt; Owen Hunt; Charity Davis [uncertain]; Jonathan B Hunt; John Hunt, Jr and 16 others
Brother of Gershom Hunt; Hannah Greene; Owen Hunt; Jonathan Hunt; Margaret James Hunt and 6 others

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About John Hunt

Revolutionary War Soldier: Pvt. Col Lock's Regiment, North Carolina.

as a private in the N. Carolina Troops (pension rec. #S-38053). He lived in Rowan Co., N. Carolina, during the Rev. War. Info. from: Hunts of Tennessee, by Vance Little. According to Marcella Garnett of Nebraska (Prodigy *VSBM60B), John Sr. married his first cousin, Charity Hunt.

Pvt. Jonathan Edward Hunt MyHeritage Family Trees

Birth: July 2 1750 - Hopewell Township, Hunterdon, New Jersey, British Colonial America

Death: Apr 30 1834 - Huntsville, Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA

Parents: Daniel Hunt, M.d., Susannah Hunt (born Greene)

Siblings: Owen Hunt, Margaret James Macay (born Hunt), Abel Hunt, James Arthur Hunt, Anne Hunt, Emma Ford (born Hunt) Daniel Green Hunt

Wife: Charity Hunt

Children: ...Owen Hunt, Charity Davis (born Hunt), Jonathan B Hunt, John Hunt, Jr., Samuel Hunt, Johanna Engler Sr. (born Hunt), Elijah Hunt, Nancy Hunt

Information shared by Courtesy of: Jeff Fugate family, My

John Served as Pvt. in the Revolution War under command of Frances Locke

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John Hunt's Timeline

July 2, 1750
Hopewell, Hunterdon County, Province of New Jersey
February 25, 1774
February 25, 1774
Huntsville, Yadkin County, North Carolina
February 25, 1775
Huntsville, Rowan, North Carolina
February 25, 1776
Rowan, North Carolina, British Colonial America
February 17, 1778
Rowan, NC, United States
February 17, 1778
Huntsville, NC
Huntsville, Yadkin, North Carolina, United States