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Hunt Family Papers
Manuscript Collection: MC161
Little is known about the Hunt Family who resided in Georgia. David Hunt was married to Ann J. Hunt and they resided in Cass County (present day Bartow County), Georgia. David Hunt died prior to 1844. Their son Davy Hunt died in 1845 and nine years later Mrs. Ann J. Hunt died. Other members of the Hunt family include: Sally T. Hunt, Alonzo Hunt and James J. Hunt.
The Hunt Family Papers are comprised of correspondence and a financial document dating from 1844 to 1868. Correspondence is divided into: Ann J. Hunt, James J. Hunt and envelopes. The Ann J. Hunt section contains five letters dating from 1844 to 1857 received from: Johnson Clement, Sally T. Hunt, Alonzo Hunt, and William A. Lacey. These include offerings of condolences on the passing of her husband and son. Also of interest are two letters which refer to the sale of a female Negro slave, Eady. The James J. Hunt section includes a letter from Mrs. I. J. Fryer offering condolences on the passing of Mrs. Ann J. Hunt and asking about his college life. There are also two undated envelopes addressed to Samuel Mosley and Miss Millia Harries. The financial document is a partial 1868 receipt with stamps.
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[Identification of Item], Hunt Family Papers, MC161, San Jacinto Museum of History, Houston, Texas.
Purchased from John Lopez, Aug. 1941.
Processed by Lisa M. Lomas, 2011.