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1786 - 1869 (83 years)
Name [ David Gunter 1]
Laurens County, South Carolina
Kosciusko County, Indiana
Person ID I69192
If the Legends Are True...
Last Modified 19 Dec 2016
Father William Gunter, b. 1758, Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina , d. 1830, Haywood County, North Carolina (Age 72 years)
Mother Rachel Nancy Ann Williams, b. Abt 1756, d. 1820, Haywood County, North Carolina (Age ~ 64 years)
Married Cal 1778
Family ID F24972
Family Sara Latham, b. Abt 1786, Buncombe County, North Carolina , d. Yes, date unknown
Married Abt 1808
Buncombe County, North Carolina
1. David Gunter, b. 1810, Buncombe County, North Carolina , d. 1842, Indiana (Age 32 years)
2. George W. Gunter, b. 1817, Buncombe County, North Carolina , d. Yes, date unknown
3. John Gunter, b. 1819, Buncombe County, North Carolina , d. Yes, date unknown
+ 4. Andrew Jackson Gunter, b. 1813, Buncombe County, North Carolina , d. 1871, Indiana (Age 58 years)
Last Modified 6 Nov 2008
Family ID F24973
6 Nov 2008 - There is
another David Gunter
, b. 14 Oct 1830, who married on 21 Aug 1853 in Alabama another Sarah Latham, b. 15 Feb 1833. The father of this other David Gunter was Thomas F., b. 1809 who married on 24 Dec 1829 Lucy Barnes b. 1810. I have not been able to connect this Thomas F. Gunter to the other Gunters.
The David born 1830 had a daughter Eliza who married a Wise and their descendants intermarried with the Gurley's and the Kennedys and are most likely related.
[ S131] Pedigree Resource File, FamilySearch, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.), Submission: MM37-4Z9 (11 May 2011) (Reliability: 2).
[ S84] International Genealogical Index, FamilySearch, (Salt Lake City, Utah: Intellectual Reserve, Inc.) (Reliability: 2).
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