The Children of George washington hunter


George Washington Hunter was born on June 19, 1815 in Buncombe County, North Carolina and died in January of 1880 in Gray Hawk, Jackson County, Kentucky.  It is believed that his first wife was Elizabeth Brook, with whom he had two children:  Andrew Jackson Hunter and Mary Ann "Polly" Hunter.  He then married Edith Elizabeth Massey in about 1837.  They had 13 children, giving George Washington Hunter a total of 15 children.  His children through his second marriage were Thomas Harrison Hunter, James Wiley Hunter, Rebecca Hunter, Nathan Hunter, Elizabeth Jane Hunter, Sophia Hunter, Mary Catherine Hunter, Rachel Emeline Hunter, Harriet Delitha Hunter, William Anderson Hunter, Margaret Hunter, Patience Hunter and Emily S. Hunter.


Below you will find the names of each of these children.  We are building pages for each as information becomes available from their family members.  CLICK ON THEIR NAME and you will be taken to a page to discover what we know about them and their descendants.  If you find nothing, please let us know through the "CONTACT" section of this page anything you may have that can help us share more about them.  Thank you!

patience (hunter) rowland

​January 6, 1862 - August 22, 1924

emily s. (hunter) neeley

​June 1866 - July 4, 1935

mary catherine (hunter) massey peters

​February 22, 1852 - January 9, 1902

sophia hunter

About 1850 - ?

Elizabeth jane hunter

About 1848 - ?

rachel emeline hunter

​About 1852 - September 1870

rebecca (hunter) Neeley

​About 1845 - ?

nathan hunter

​June 19, 1846 - March 12, 1924

ANdrew jackson hunter

June 1834 - 1885

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harriet delitha (hunter) shelton banks

​May 16, 1855 - October 27, 1926

margaret (hunter) Rowland

​About 1859 - ?

thomas harrison hunter

​1841 - 1898

james wiley hunter

​February 1844 - October 6, 1906

Mary Ann (hunter) farmer

​About 1835 - ?