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Charles (8th Laird of Burnside) Hunter

Male - 1809


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  • Name Charles (8th Laird of Burnside) Hunter 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1809 
    Person ID I29973  My Genealogy

    Father David (7th of Burnside) Hunter,   d. 1758 
    Family ID F11025  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. General David (9th of Burnside) Hunter,   b. Abt 1770,   d. Yes, date unknown
    Last Modified 24 Jan 2013 
    Family ID F11027  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Charles Hunter, 8th Laird of Burnside, had another brother, who died without issue, and a sister Ann. His son General David Hunter, 9th Laird of Burnside, succeeded him when he died.

      Charles Hunter, 8th Laird of Burnside, had eleven children, 8 of whom are mentioned [in this bond]. His eldest, David, inherited the estate on his father's death in 1809 and became 9th Laird of Burnside. Two of his other sons are not mentioned: John who emigrated to South Carolina after eloping and William who was murdered by Pirates in the Far East in 1790's

      Charles Hunter, 8th Laird of Burnside, had eleven children. Margaret died without marrying. She had three other sisters, including Lillias and Mary Ann. She also had seven brothers.

      Lillias Hunter and her siblings were the children of Charles Hunter, 8th Laird of Burnside. Mary Ann was one of Lillias' sisters. Her brothers were: General David Hunter, 9th Laird of Burnside; William Hunter, John Hunter who emigrated to South Carolina in America; Dr. Charles Hunter; Nairn Douglas Hunter, General George Hunter, Adam Hunter. Her other sisters were Anne and Margaret.