GA Family Group Sheet for William H. HUNTER Family

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Husband: William H. HUNTER
Birthdate: May 27, 1810 in Anderson, SC
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
military service:
Death date: Mar 31, 1900
father:
mother:
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Wife: Edna POOLE
Birthdate:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date:
mother's father: Manning POOLE
mother's mother: Mary MILWEE
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CHILD 1: Martha Josephine HUNTER
Birthdate: Sep 20, 1845
married:
date and place of marriage: Sep 18, 1920
other marriages:
Death date:
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CHILD 2: John Presley HUNTER
Birthdate: Feb 18, 1848 in Anderson District, South
Carolina
married: Laura Perdella BRASELTON
date and place of marriage: Abt. 1874
other marriages:
Death date: Jun 23, 1930 in Collage Park, Ga.
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CHILD 3: Henry HUNTER
Birthdate: 1852
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date:
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CHILD 4: Margaret Elizabeth HUNTER
Birthdate: Oct 22, 1853 in Gwinnett Co., Ga.
married: Wilburn B. DUNCAN
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Mar 4, 1942 in Gainesville, Hall Co., Ga.
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CHILD 5: James LaFayette HUNTER
Birthdate: May 31, 1857
married:
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Jan 15, 1932
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CHILD 6: Ida Palmyra HUNTER
Birthdate: Nov 22, 1861 in Gwinnett Co., Ga.
married: Milton David GILLESPIE
date and place of marriage:
other marriages:
Death date: Jul 28, 1963 in Commerce, Jackson Co., Ga.
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SOURCES:
Franklin Garrett; Necrology 1822-1933; Obituary Abstracts
Hebron Presbyterian Church - God's Pilgrim People 1796-1996
Death Certificate of Ida P. Hunter
Death Certificate of Margaret E. Hunter
Estate Records for Mannin Poole
1860 Census - Gwinnett County, Ga.
1900 Census - Fulton County, Ga.
History of Franklin County, Ga.
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NOTES: William H. Hunter, Edna Poole Hunter, Martha Josephine Hunter,
James LaFayette Hunter and Ida Palmyra Hunter are buried at Hebron
Presbyterian Church, Hebron Church Rd., Banks Co., Ga.

Margaret Elizabeth Hunter is buried at Crossroads Baptist Church in
Carnesville, Ga.

Ida Palmyra Hunter:
From the 'The Atlanta Journal & Constitution'

MRS. IDA GILLISPIE, STILL ACTIVE AT 100

THANKFUL FOR MANY IHINGS

Miss Ida Marks
100,Happy Years

HOMER: Folks on the Hunter plantation near Jug Tavern were very thankful
as the Thanksgiving season rolled around in 1861?there was a new baby
girl in the Hunter home.

The new baby was named Ida and Wednesday she celebrated her 100th
birthday Anniversary at the home of her daughter, Mrs.J. C. Hill,. in
Homer. She is now Mrs. Ida Hunter Gillispie, and, although confined to a
wheelchair, is still alert and active.

Wednesday people kept dropping in to see "Miss Ida,' I and there?was a
birthday party for her Wednesday afternoon.

'She said she was thankful all year long but at Thanksgiving time
especially thankful "for my long life, my ancestors, my children." "God
has been good to me and blessed me in many ways. I am thankful I still
have an alert mind and have had good health," she said.

The centenarian was born on a 700?acre plantation near Jug Tavern now
Winder. Her father was William Hunter, a practicing physician. When, she
was 14, she moved with her family to Banks 'County. Later, after her
father's death, the family moved to Hebron community in Franklin County.

At 23 she married M. D. Gillisple. Born to the union were three
daughters, now Mrs. W. T. Moss and Mrs. J.C. Hill of Homer and Mrs. J. C
Long of Tate. "Miss Ida" spends her summers in Tate and the winters at
the home of Mrs. Hill.

She is one of the founders of the Banks County Sunday School Convention
and has been absent from its meetings only twice in 79 years.

She has 12 grandchildren. 8 great-grandchildren and five
great-great-grandchildren.
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