Isaac Hunter, son of William, married Elizabeth Parker daughter of Richard Parker.
1732 -Easter Monday – Isaac Hunter who lived in Chowan County, NC (the part now Gates) selected as a member of the Vestry of St. Paul‚Äôs Parish [served until April 1736]
1734 – April – Isaac Hunter selected Church Warden for the year.
1734 – Oct Isaac Hunter made Lay Reader [for the upper part of the Parish] at Constance (Costens) Chapel near his plantation. [served until his death in 1753, June 1754 Jacob Hunter is appoimted Lay Reader of Constants Chapel.
1737 – April – Isaac Hunter again appointed to the Vestry is stead of Robt. Forster who has left the district. [served until April 1742]
1744 – March – Isaac Hunter again elected to the Vestry. Selected Church Warden again.
[served on Vestry until April 1752]
Isaac Hunter lived near what is now called the “Sugar Run Road.” a short distance South East from present-day Sunbury, on land granted his father William Hunter.
1744/45 – Isaac Hunter of Chowan bought the water mill from John Rice.
The Mill was left to his son Jacob.
e-mail from Hunter Cole –
Last week my sister and I returned from an exploration of genealogical records in Edenton, N. C., and Gatesville, N. C.
We found that Isaac Hunter of Chowan bought the water mill from John Rice (1744-45). In the Chowan records there are four mentions of this continuing transaction. Isaac left the mill to his son Jacob.
At Merchants Mill Pond state park outside Gatesville I asked a ranger about the mill. He said the site, known and identifiable (near Corapeake), had returned to nature.
Children of Isaac Hunter and Elizabeth Parker:
1. Elisha Hunter ca 1714 – 1786 home place, stayed in Gates Co
married Ann Walton
dau of Thomas Walton died 1751
1. Thomas Hunter
2. Sarah Hunter
married Amos Freeman
3. Rachel Hunter
married Aaron Blanchard
4. Elizabeth Hunter
married Needum Janikin
5. Mary Hunter
married Benjamin Saunders
6. Asenith Hunter
married Abraham Eason
7. Christian Hunter
married Johnathan Roberts
8. Celia Hunter
married David Harrell
9. Milly Hunter
2. Jesse Hunter ca 1716 – ca 1786
Thomas Morris place; later lived in Warren Co., NC, Wilkes Co, GA; will Wake Co, NC
his descendants lived in Wilkes, Greene, and Elbert Cos. of Georgia
married Granville Co NC 1758 Ann Alston 29 March 1738 –
dau of Solomon Alston and wife Ann Hinton of Warren Co NC
1. Elisha Hunter
2. Ruth Hunter
3. Jean/Jane (Joan) Hunter ca 1717 – ca 1743 her adm Robert Perry
married ca 1734 Phillip Perry died 1751
1. Jesse Perry
2. Phillip Perry
3. Sarah Perry
4. Rachel Perry
4. Isaac Hunter ca 1718 – Sept 1811 Wake Co NC
Bertie Co land,
Isaac Hunter and Solomon Alston owned plantations along Shocco Creek in the southeast of Warren County.
married 18 April 1760 Granville Co NC Martha Alston 25 May 1745 –
sister of Ann
All of Isaac and Martha’s children, except Solomon, migrated to Tennessee.
Solomon migrated to Liberty County, Ga., to Wilkes Co., Ga., and to Abbeville Co., S. C., where he died in 1799.
5. Alee (Alice) Hunter ca 1724 – aft 1752
married Joseph Perry (brother of Jacob, John, & Phillip)
6. Hannah Hunter est 1728 – Nov 1791 her adm. Robert Perry
married est 1748 Joseph Riddick ca 1708 – 1759 Perquimanns Co NC as his second wife
brother of Robert Riddick who married daughter of Thomas Docton
married 2nd ca 1759 Benjamin Perry ca 1738 – 10 Jan 1784
brother of Ezekiel and son of Benjamin Perry died 11 May 1788 Perquimans Co
7. Elizabeth Hunter ca 1730 – aft 1752 her adm. Lemuel Baker
married Joseph Perry
per 1827 depo. by Nathan Ward of Gates Co
*8. Rachell Hunter ca 1732 – 1803/4 Hertford Co
married ca 1748 William Walton ca 1718 – 1771 Chowan/Gates Co
married 2nd Matthew Small d bef 1803 Gates Co
9. Daniel Hunter ca 1734 – 1797 Granville Co NC -died single person
75 ¬£ money, lived Warren and Franklin Counties, NC
Daniel Hunter lived on Fishing Creek in Granville County
from Book One, page 371, of the Granville County, N. C., Deed Books.
“James Hunter; Jacob Hunter; Lewellen Jones and wife Ann; Green Williamson and wife Patty; Garrott Vorhus and wife Sooky; Beaufort Turner and wife Sarah; Elisha Hunter; Ruth Green; Robert McCullock and wife Elizabeth; Timothy Walton; Wm. Walton; Mary Cherry; and Celia Jones, who are heirs of Daniel Hunter, decd., and tenants in common petitioned for sale of the of the land of said Daniel Hunter, which was sold at public sale to Robert Jones, July 16, 1823.” (This abstract is from Kinfolks of Granville Co., N. C. by Zae Hargett Gwynn. Rocky Mount, N. C.: Joseph W. Watson, 1974, p. 249)
10. Sarah Hunter ca 1735 – aft 1752
married Charles Moore d. 1789 Perquimans Co
11. Jacob Hunter 1737 – 8 June 1784 Water mill scroll down page
married Sarah Pugh Hill died 19 Nov 1793
dau of Henry Hill of Gates Co
e-mail from Hunter Cole: . . . .Daniel, a bachelor, died intestate in 1797, and his heirs were required to advertise in a Raleigh newspaper in order to seek out any other claimants to Daniel’s siblings. The resulting depositions from Chowan, Gates, Perquimens, and other counties locate many heirs. The children of each of Daniel’s siblings and their spouses are listed in these court records Isaac of Warren and his brother Jesse moved from Chowan to Bute County (renamed Warren), where they married the Alston sisters. Isaac Hunter and Solomon Alston owned plantations along Shocco Creek in the southeast of Warren County. Brother Daniel Hunter lived nearby on Fishing Creek in Granville County. The wills of Isaac of Chowan (m. Elizabeth Parker) and Isaac of Warrren (m. Martha Alston) show the progression of this branch of the Nansemond tree. All of Isaac and Martha’s children, except Solomon, migrated to Tennessee. Solomon migrated to Liberty County, Ga., to Wilkes Co., Ga., and to Abbeville Co., S. C., where he died in 1799.
On 23 Sept 1826 – Robert McCulloch prepared this for the use of the Clerk & Master of Equity of Granville Court:
A List of the Original hears of Daniel Hunter deceased:
Elisha Hunter had 9 children
Jacob Hunter had 3 children
Jesse Hunter had 2 children
Isaac Hunter had 7 children
Sisters of the above
Jane Perry had 4
Hannah Perry had 4
Elizabeth Perry had 3
Rachel Walton had 9
Sarah Moore had 7
Isaac Hunter Jr to Isaac Hunter Sr May 2d 1739 384 A part of patent to Wm Hunter late of VA & given by him to his son Nicholas Hunter and by him sold to his son Isaac, on Meherrin Swamp issue out of Bennetts Creek. Test William Hunter, Elisha Hunter
Thos Rountree. Atty of Nicholas Hunter and wife Rebecca to Wm Hunter, March 29 1729. 120 A on SE side Meherrin Swamp where said Hunter did live, part of a patent to William Hunter of Nansemond Co VA father of said Nicholas. Test Isaac Hunter, Chas Rountree
same to Isaac Hunter, 100 A on SE side of Meherrin Swamp adjoining above patent, dated Apl 24, 1701. Test. Wm Hunter, Chas Rountree.
Chowan Co NC Book A p 257 Feb 16, 1743. Robert Hunter to Isaac Hunter, “For part of a patent granted to William Hunter late of Nansemond Co” “being the father of the said Robert and Isaac Hunter.”
Will of Isaac Hunter In the Name of God Amen I, Isaac Hunter of Chowan County, Being of perfect Memory and mind and Calling to mind the Uncertainty of this Transitory, Do make and ordain this my Last will and Testament, in manner and forme following, first I Bequeath my Soul to almighty God: and my Body to the Earth to be Buried at the Discretion of my Execut/r, hereafter named; and as for my worldly Estate which it hath pleased God to Bestow upon me, I Give and Dispose of as followeth, Vizt: First, my will and Desire is that all my Just Debts be Trewly paid and Discharged by my Execr,
Item. I give and Bequeath to my son Elisha Huntor my plantation whereon I now live and the plantation whereon he now lives together with all the land thereunto Belonging, I Say to my sd. Son Elisha Huntor and his heirs and Assigns for Ever. I also give to my sd Son Elisha Huntor, my Negro man named Duke, to him and his heirs forever Item.
I give and bequeath to my son, Jesse Huntor, all my land and plantation purchased of Thomas Morris as pr. Deed of sale containing three hundred acres be it more or less I say to my son Jesse Huntor and his heirs and assigns forever. I also give to my sd son Jesse Huntor, my Negro boy named Toney I say to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I Give and bequeath to my son Isaac Huntor all my Land in Bartea County as by a pattent Dated the twenty eighth day of February 1744/5 for one hundred and fifty acres; also a deed of sale for 170 acres dated April 20, 1745 and joyning Elisha Huntor’s lands I say to my son Isaac Huntor and his heirs and assigns forever; I also give to my son Isaac Huntor my Negro girl named Venus she and her increase; also one good feather bed and furniture there unto belonging; also three medle sized puter dishes and one puter Bason and one iron pot of forty pounds weight, one frying pan and two cows and calves to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give to my son Daniel Huntor seventy five pounds currant money of Virginia to be raised out of my estate it being in consideration as I have not given him any land or negroe I also give to my sd son Daniel Huntor one good feather bed and the furniture thereunto belonging, also three medle sized puter dishes, one puter bason, and one Iron pot of about forty pounds weight one frying pan and two cows and calves I say to him and his heirs forever.
Item. I give to my daughter Alce Perry my Negro man named Tobey to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give to my daughter Hannah Riddick my Negro girl named Lacey she and her increase, to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give to my daughter Elizabeth Perry my Negro girl named Kate provided she pay to my daughter Alce five pounds currant money to make the value of Tobey equill with her negro Kate and then I say to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give to my daughter Rachell Walton my negro woman named Hagor to her and her heirs forever.
Item. I give to my daughter Sarah Hunter my negro girl named Tresea also my side saddle and my leather trunk with a date of 1734 on it and a horse or mare of four pounds vallue and three meddle sixed puter dishes one puter bason one Iron pot, one frying pan two cows and calves and one good feather bed and the furniture thereunto belonging. I say to her and her heirs forever.
Item I give to my grandchildren ye sons and daughters of my daughter Jean deceast namely Jesse, Phillip, & Mary Perries & Sarah Field to each and every of them the sum of five pounds currant money of Virginia to them and their heirs forever.
Item. I give to Zilphea Parker, daughter of Jonathan Parker one good feather bed and furniture and two puter dishes & three puter plates provided that if she stays and lives with me or in my family till she comes to the age of eighteen years and behaves well, or at ye day of marriage if to my or friends satisfaction then I say to her and her heirs forever.
Item. All the rest and residue of my estate not before given be it of what nature or kind soever it is my will and desire that it be equally devided between my sons and daughters namely: Elisha, Jacob, Jesse, Isaac, Daniel, Alce, Hannah, Elizabeth, Rachell, and Sarah share and share alike; it is also my desire that my son Jacob Huntor have & enjoy all my right of the water mill.
Lastly, I nominate and appoint my son, Elisha Huntor, my whole and sole executor to see this my Will duly fulfilled and performed and I do hereby revoke and make null & void all former or other will or wills heretofore by me made, published or declared either by word or wrighting and if my son Elisha should happen to die before this my will be fulfilled then and in that case I do hereby appoint my son Jacob, and John Gordon or either of them to see this my last will and testament duly fulfilled.
In winess whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and fixed my seal this seventeen day of April 1752.
Signed, Sealed, published and declared by the Testator to be his last will and Testament in the presents of us: Isaac Huntor (seal) Moses Sumner, Samuel Sumner, Jurt., John Sumner, Jurt.
Proved April Ct 1753
son of Isaac Hunter and Elizabeth Parker
Jacob Hunter 1737 – 1784 | his parents
& Sarah Pugh Hill d.1793 | her parents
of Gates County NC
Jacob Hunter son of Isaac stayed in Gates Co.
He was a member of the Hillsboro Convention of 1776.
He was appointed by the April Congress in Edenton District to establish the manufacture of arms, and to secure muskets and bayonets for the army.
He was 2nd Major of Chowan Minute Men September 9, 1775.
Like his father before him, he was a member of the Vestry of St Paul’s Parish and Lay Reader at Constance Chapel.
Prior to the Revolution, Jacob Hunter and the members of Constance Chapel, except the Gordon family, severed relationship with the English Church and everything pertaining to England
and became just as ardent members of the new Methodist Church.
Sarah Pugh Hill “was the daughter of Abraham Hill and Judith, his wife.
Abraham Hill was the son of Henry Hill and Mary Pugh.
Mary Pugh was the daughter of Daniel Pugh, who with his brothers Frances and Thomas, [the emigrants] settled in Upper Nansemond County VA. in 1665”.
-From The Hunter Family by William T Cross [corrected]
Will of Abraham Hill, Chowan, 18 April 1760 – sons: Henry, Abraham, and Isaac, son Theophilus – granddaughter Leah Hunter -daughter Mary Easton – wife Judeth Exrs: son Henry and Marmaduke Norfleet Test: Sturges Ederingame, Wm. Hinton, Clary Blanchard
Isaac Hunter born at the Jacob Hunter home near Sunbury in what is now Hunter’s Mill Township, Gates County on Aug 29, 1759 and died Oct 22, 1816.
He owned the Jacob Hunter home place, the Mill and Mill Pond and all the land lying on the right hand side of the road going from the Mill towards Suffolk up to what is now the Kellog Farm.
He farmed and operated the Mill all his life.
At about age 21 he was appointed the First Public Register of the County, he moved to Gatesville and purchased the Tavern later known as the United States Hotel;
he also bought the corner store which he operated.
Several years later he returned to his home located on “Sugar Run Road.”.
The road on which Isaac Hunter lived was the Main Road leading from Edenton to Suffolk and over which the stage ran.
In 1804 the main road was changed to run through what is now Sunbury which crossed over the old Mill Pond.
Isaac Hunter built a new house where the roads cross.
In the yard of his new home a sunflower came up and it is family tradition that he named his place Sunbury.
Like his father, Jacob, he left the English Church and became a leader in the New Methodist Church; and it was at his home that Bishop Asbury stayed on several of his visits to the County.
He gave the land on which Philadelphia Methodist Church was built and was one of those instrumental is establishing this Church.
Isaac Hunter gave the new church in Sunbury its name according to family tradition. -From The Hunter Family by William T Cross
Jacob Hunter died 8 June 1784. Sarah his wife died 19 Nov 1793.
Children of Jacob Hunter and Sarah Pugh Hill:
1. Isaac Hunter 29 Aug 1759 – 22 Oct 1816 [Jan 1816]
married 1st 8 June 1785 Sophia Riddick 3 Nov 1768 Suffolk, VA – 28 Jan 1791
a. Jacob Hunter 12 Oct 1786 – 30 Oct 1810
b. Edward Riddick Hunter 29 Aug 1788 – 21 July 1857 Gates Co – farmer
married 1809 Martha Sumner Riddick
dau of Micajah Riddick Jr and wife Elizabeth Sumner Riddick
she was daughter of James Riddick & his wife Martha Sumner
i. Mary Eliza Hunter 1811 – 1862
was an invalid having fallen from a horse when she was a girl
ii. Edward Riddick Hunter
another man by the same name married several times
twice (recorded in Gates Co)
married Carmi Watts
1. Samuel Watts Hunter
2. Mary Eliza Frances Hunter
3. Martha Jane Hunter
4. Edward Moore White Hunter
iii. William I Hunter died 10 Sept 1870
married Sarah B Roberts
1. Willie Hunter [married late in life]
iv. Willis Micajah Hunter
1. Edward Hunter [his aunt’s will]
v. Henry Holmes Hunter MD
surgeon in the Confederate Army ts
married Mary Hinton Cheek
vi. James Beverly Hunter editor of Durham paper
married Martha (Mattie) Hayes of Warren Co
vii. Sophia Caroline Hunter
married Dr. Thomas Hines
1. Irene Hines dsp
2. Mattie Hines dsp
viii. Artamesia Maria Hunter [Mullen] died 1854
married 15 March 1841 Joseph Mullen
1. Henry Hunter Mullen 1844 –
2. Joseph Mullen 1847 –
3. Edward Mullen died 1855 aged 7 yrs 5 mos
4. Edward H Mullen died 3 years nine months
|HELLO AGAIN! ITS ME STACY..I WROTE TO YOU A WHILE BACK ABOUT THE CEMETERY I SAW WHEN I WAS A CHILD..WAY BACK IN THE SWAMPS. I FINALLY HAD THE CHANCE TO REVISIT IT.AND ITS NOT LIKE IT WAS BEFORE. IT IS IN TERRIBLE SHAPE.I WANT TO RE-STORE IT. LARGE TREES HAVE FALLEN UPON THE GRAVES AND IT IS ALMOST UNDETECTED WITH THE DEBRIS. THE HEAD STONES AND FENCE IS PUSHED OVER. I HAVE ALWAYS HAD A SPIRITUAL CONNECTION WITH THIS FAMILY..WHETHER I BE FAMILY OR NOT.BUT I AM WRITING TO YOU TO LET YOU KNOW THAT FOR ANYONE INTERESTED..I HAVE FOUND MISS MARY ELIZA,DAUGHTER OF EDWARD AND MARTHA S. HUNTER.(THE INVALID YOU SPOKE OF) EDWARD R. HUNTER,SON OF ISAAC AND SOPHIA HUNTER IS WITH HER.HENRY HOLMES HUNTER,M.D. WAS A SURGEON IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY,AS IT STATES ON HIS HEAD STONE. ALONG SIDE OF HIM IS HIS WIFE MARY HINTON CHEEK, WIFE OF HENRY HOLMES HUNTER MD.( I DONT KNOW WHERE THE OTHER NAME CAME FROM ON YOUR LISTING..MAYBE THERE WAS A HINES MD..BUT HENRY HOLMES NEEDS HIS CREDIT ALSO.TEE HEE!!|
THERE IS A MARTHA S. THERE IS AN EDWARD MULLEN..SON OF JOSEPH AND MARTHA WHO DIED AT AGE 7 YEARS AND 5 MONTHS.1855. THERE IS ANOTHER EDWARD H. MULLEN 3 YEARS,9 MONTHS.
AND MOST IMPORTANTLY IS ARTAMESIA MARIA HUNTER HERSELF…AND THIS IS HOW WE SPELL HER NAME!! SHE WAS AROUND AGE 27 WHEN SHE PASSED.THERE IS A BABY..NO NAME..A SMALL HEART AT ITS FEET CLOSE TO ARTAMESIA.. THERE ARE OTHERS..BUT I CANNOT GET TO THEM BECAUSE OF THE HUGE TREES ATOP THEM. WOW! I CANNOT WAIT TO HEAR FROM YOU, AS I HAVE PHOTOS TO SHARE. I PLAN TO GO BACK WHEN THE LAST LEAF FALLS..AND CLEAN UP THE AREA. IF I DONT..THE FARMERS WILL FORGET..NO FAMILY EVER TENDS TO IT..AND I PLAN TO HELP PRESERVE SUCH A WONDERFUL SACRED GROUND. DO YOU KNOW ANY FAMILY MEMBERS THAT MAY WISH TO HELP ME DO THIS?? SINCERELY, STACE J.
P/S HERE IS A PHOTO OF THE AREA..PLEASE CALL ME IF YOU WISH. (252-426-7847) I AM VERY SERIOUS ABOUT CLEANING THIS UP..IT IS SOMETHING I MUST DO.
ALL THE BEST SINCERITY.
c. Isaac Riddick Hunter 14 Jan 1791 – 1835 age 44
married 7 Jan 1817 Emily Riddick 14 Dec 1796 – Oct 1879
dau of Micajah Riddick Jr. and Elizabeth Riddick
i. Jacob Edward Hunter 18 July 1818 – 27 Dec 1846
ii. Richard Micajah Hunter 5 July 1820 – 5 Aug 1837
iii. Sophia Riddick Hunter 22 June 1822 – 16 Mar 1896
iv. Mary Susan Hunter 3 March 1824 – 22 June 1844
v. James Joseph Hunter 22 Jan 1827 – 5 June 1842
vi. Isaac Riddick Hunter 13 Dec 1829 – 1 Oct 1864
married 1 Jan 1862 Mary Eliza Gatling died 20 April 1895
dau of Dr. John Gatling and Mary Eliza Riddick
1. Percy Isaac Hunter 3 Oct 1862 rem to Texas
married Mary Lyon
2. Sarah Elizabeth Hunter 11 Jan 1864 – Sept 1866
vii. Fletcher Harris Hunter 30 Sept 1830 – 24 April 1839
viii. Emily Mariah Hunter 30 Dec 1832 – 20 Mar 1901
ix. Cornelia Artemisa Hunter 9 Dec 1834 – 18 Sept 1909
married 1st 22 Feb 1861 Joseph Mullen d bef 1884
widower of her first cousin
married 2nd 19 Feb 1884 Capt. Timothy S. Meara, CSA
married 22 Dec 1796 Mary Hunter Gordon 12 Jan 1772 – 14 Dec 1802 dau. of Jacob & Barsha Gordon
d. Sophia Caroline Hunter 18 Oct 1797 – 18 Nov 1823
e. Artemesia Hunter 1 Feb 1799 – 1 Dec 1845
f. John Omega Hunter 4 Dec 1802 – 29 April 1878 Yazoo City, MS
married Elizabeth Ann Pugh of Yazoo City died 11 Mar 1887
married 3rd 7 Oct 1804 Mary Gordon 13 April 1783 – 1 Aug 1838
dau of Benj. Gordon & wife Tamar Copeland
g. Barsha Eliza Hunter 3 Aug 1807 – 22 Oct 1808
h. Jacob/Issac Benjamin Hunter 7 July 1812 – 19 Oct 1839
i. Sarah Edna Adeline Hunter 27 July 1814 – 10 Dec 1843
“after drinking a glass of lemonade prepared by her husband
she became violently ill and within a few hours was dead”
married 2 Dec 1829 Willis F Riddick 1811 – 28 Feb 1871
son of Micajah Riddick Jr and Elizabeth Riddick
i. Mary Elizabeth Riddick 6 April 1831 –
married 1st 8th Feb 1859 E J F McCampbell
married Granville Co 2nd 10 June 1863 Orren Randolph Smith
at the home of James Beverly Hunter
by the rector of the Episcopal Church at Warrenton
1. Jessica Randolph Smith
2. Riddick Hunter 1760 – 1808
married Ann Riddick 1761 –
a. John Streeter Hunter 1792 –
b. Sarah Ann Hunter 1797 –
3. Leah Hunter bef 18 April 1760 – died 8 Jan 1806
married 1772 Seth Riddick ca 1747 Nansemond Co, VA – 1824
Seth Riddick made depo.
before Abraham Harrell & Joseph Riddick on 17 March 1820 – age 73
a. Sarah Riddick
married Kitchen Norfleet
i. Nancy Norfleet
married Thomas Jordan
ii. John Riddick Norfleet
married 1st Harriet Cross
married 2nd Ellen Coopwood
moved to and died in Mississippi
iii. Marmaduke Norfleet
married Margaret Jordan
married 2nd Eliza Felton
the line of Conrad Plyler, [now deceased]
the musician [pianist, organist, and music teacher] from Gatesville
iv. Seth Riddick Norfleet
married Martha Eliza Rawls
1. Harriet Susan Norfleet
married John Franklin Cross
2. William James Norfleet
married Sarah Jones died in Georgia
3. Mary Elizabeth Norfleet
married Joseph Milton Cross
brother of John Franklin Cross
4. Martha Medora Norfleet
married Leonidas Whedbee
5. Sarah Amelia Norfleet
married James Abner Harrell
son of Samuel R Harrell d 1864 and wife Mary Elizabeth g son of Noah Harrell d 1848 and Sarah Goodman
line of Harriett Anne Hathaway
v. James Jacob Norfleet
married Josephine Epps
moved and died in Alabama
vi. Barsha Susan Norfleet 1822 – 1880 Al
married 22 Oct 1844 John William Walton 1817 – 1897 Al
?Jacob married 2nd Parker
4. Elizabeth Hunter ca 1764 –
married Robert McCollock
Sources include: “The Hunter Family” by William T Cross, 1973, Gatesville, NC
Bible Records of Gates County, NC Vol 1, pub by the Gates County Historical Society US Census of Gates county
Estate file of Daniel Hunter d 1797 in Granville Co NC
Hathaway’s North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register