The aim of this website is to research and record the Hunters in history, their achievements, stories and movements, from earliest times to where their descendants are today. It will not be a quick thing to achieve and with genealogy in particular it could not be reasonably expected to cover everybody but can provide a common meeting place where people struggling with similar "dead ends" could meet and compare notes. People come and go, as can web sites. This is an opportunity to digitally preserve and make available, work done, for Hunters in the future.
Sep 21, 2016Hunter-Blair's of Blairquhan
July 27, 2016Hunter Ironmasters
Mar 12, 2016Scotland to Argentina via Australia
Apr 13, 2016Notable Hunters
Feb 20, 2016Hunter Armorial Families
Feb 01, 2016Hunters at Culloden
Dec 20, 2015just practicing linking on an old video I took.
Having a giggle. Scottish lessons with some of the younger Hunter visitors at Hunterston castle.....
HunterstonProbably the longest documented line.
Dec 27, 2015
Blairquhan CastlePurchased by the Hunter Blair's,
a cadet branch, in 1798.
Sep 21, 2016
Glenapp CastleBuilt in 1870 on the estate bought from the Earl of Orkney in 1864 by James Hunter
July 18 2016