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Descendants of Thomas HUNT

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1. Thomas HUNT was buried 20 Jan 1762 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.

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Thomas married Easter ALDERSON, daughter of James ALDERSON, on 13 Jan 1721/1722 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England. Easter was baptised 23 Apr 1699 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England. She died 14 Oct 1783 in Winterings Gunnerside, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was buried 15 Oct 1783 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.

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Thomas and Easter had the following children:

  2 F i
Mary HUNT was baptised 24 Feb 1722/1723 in Grinton Church, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England. She died in Lodge Green near Gunnerside, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was buried 6 Jun 1805 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.[Notes]
       
Mary married William WOODWARD, son of William WOODWARD and Jane BLADES, on 27 Nov 1752 in Grinton, Yorkshire, England. William was born in Barf End, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was baptised 21 Dec 1729 in Grinton, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England. He died in Lodge Green near Gunnerside, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was buried 10 Feb 1796 in Muker Chapel, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.[Notes]

Mary and William's children are listed under the William WOODWARD line.

 

  3 F ii
Eleanor HUNT was born in Blades, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was baptised 15 Feb 1723/1724 in Muker, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.[Notes]
       
Eleanor married Simon HARKER on 15 Jun 1747 in Grinton Church, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.
+ 4 M iii Thomas HUNT was baptised 24 Jul 1726.
  5 F iv
Easter HUNT was born in Blades, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England and was baptised 1 Feb 1728/1729 in Muker, Swaledale, Yorkshire, England.[Notes]

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