The Official Clan Hunter Website and Other Hunter Links

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The new, official Clan Hunter website is now live at https://clanhunter.org.uk courtesy of all the hard work Peter from Scotland in Oils has put in to get it done. Also up is https://www.hunterclan.co.uk/ which is currently an information archive and picture storage.

I’ve also got a few more Hunter Clan links, all of which are also courtesy  of Peter:

  1. The home page of David H. Hunter – https://www.david-h-hunter.com.au/
  2. Clan Hunter New Zealandhttps://www.clanhunternz.com/
  3. Clan Hunter on RootsWeb – https://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/read/CLAN-HUNTER/2009-12/1259833886

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