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An accounting of my lineage, and of my own immediate family, beginning with my great-grandfather P. C. H. Gunter and ending with a listing of my grandchildren. Pleasant Calvin Houston Gunter was born on June 23, 1841 in Jackson County Alabama. He married twice, and had 10 children, the youngest of whom was my grandfather, David Elmer Gunter. P. C. H. Gunter was a farmer and a mill worker, and fought for the Confederate State of Tennesse in the American Civil War. My grandfather, David Elmer Gunter, was born in 1889. He spent his life working for the railroad, and followed the tracks to Louisiana, …continue reading
The following is an accurate, so far as I am able to determine, accounting of my lineage, covering the six generations from 1700 - 1880. It begins with John Gunter, a pre-Revolutionary War American who resided in the Virginia colony and worked as a surveyor, and carries through to P. C. H. Gunter, my great-grandfather, who served for Tennessee in the Civil War. Several of my ancestors fought for this new country in the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and for the Confederate States of America in the War Between the States. I'm just posting here a skeletal summary of the lineage, with …continue reading
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