Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Hunter Genealogy Part 4

20. JOHN A.5 HUNTER (WILLIAM JOHNSON4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 08 Nov 1844 in , Union, Ga, and died 15 Nov 1913 in , Union, Ga. He married ELIZABETH COLLINS 02 Feb 1866 in , Union, Ga. She was born 30 Apr 1844 in , , Ga, and died 29 Apr 1924 in , Union, Ga.

More About JOHN A. HUNTER:
Burial: Old Choestoe Cem., Union Co., Ga

More About ELIZABETH COLLINS:
Burial: Old Choestoe Cem., Union Co., Ga

Children of JOHN HUNTER and ELIZABETH COLLINS are:
i. MARY J.6 HUNTER, b. 15 Jan 1867; d. Unknown; m. (1) JOHN HICKS; b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown; m. (2) CROCKET TOWNSEND; b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown; m. (3) JOHN THURMOND; b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown; m. (4) JOHN DYER, 13 Apr 1884, , Union, Ga; b. Abt. 1867; d. Unknown.
ii. RUTH MARGARET HUNTER, b. 20 Apr 1869; d. 30 Jan 1949; m. JAMES T. NIX, 24 Nov 1890, , Union, Ga; b. 14 Jun 1869; d. 01 Jun 1950.

More About RUTH MARGARET HUNTER:
Burial: Pinetop Cemetary, Union Co., Ga

More About JAMES T. NIX:
Burial: Pinetop Cemetary, Union Co., Ga
Census: 1880, Choestoe Dist, Union Co., Ga., age 10

76. iii. WILLIAM FRANCIS HUNTER, b. 13 Sep 1871; d. 09 Sep 1894.
iv. MARGARET R. HUNTER, b. 20 Jan 1879, , , Ga; d. 09 Sep 1918.

More About MARGARET R. HUNTER:
Burial: Choestoe Cemetary Old, Union Co., Ga

77. v. MARTHA L. HUNTER, b. 02 Nov 1886; d. 18 Jan 1966.


21. JAMES ANDREW5 HUNTER (WILLIAM JOHNSON4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 19 Mar 1847 in , Union, Ga, and died 03 Apr 1912. He married (1) MARTHA LUCINDA SOUTHER, daughter of JOHN SOUTHER and NANCY COLLINS. She was born 17 Dec 1866, and died 11 Dec 1937. He married (2) LOUISE MATILDA DUCKWORTH 02 Dec 1866 in , Union, Ga20, daughter of DAVID DUCKWORTH and MARY WILLIAMSON. She was born 1839, and died Unknown. He married (3) CHARLOTTA 'LOTTIE' DUCKWORTH 08 Feb 1872 in , Union, Ga. She was born Aft. 1842 in , , NC, and died Unknown.

More About JAMES ANDREW HUNTER:
Burial: Old Salem Ch, Union Co., Ga

More About MARTHA LUCINDA SOUTHER:
Burial: New Liberty Cemetery, Union Co., Ga

Children of JAMES HUNTER and MARTHA SOUTHER are:



i. DORA ANNE6 HUNTER, b. 10 Feb 1905; d. 24 Feb 2009, Blairsville, Union Co., Ga.; m. (1) FRANK ALLISON; b. 01 Feb 1891; d. 23 Feb 1969, , Union, Ga; m. (2) DANIEL G. SPIVA; b. 19 May 1900; d. 08 Jan 1985.

Notes for DORA ANNE HUNTER:
She has a cemetery marker at Choestoe #2 Cemetery, Union Co., Ga.
The Union County Garden Club honored her for length of service. Seems she has over 60 years there. - Betty Knight

Mrs. Dora Allison Spiva, age 104 of Blairsville, Ga., passed away on Tuesday, February 24, 2009 at Union General Hospital.

Mrs. Spiva was born on Friday, February 10, 1905 in Union County, Ga. to the late Jim Hunter and the late Martha Souther Hunter. She graduated from the Blairsville Academy, Young Harris College and University of Georgia. She was the oldest living member of Choestoe Baptist Church and had been very active in the church all of her life and was a founding member of the WMU at Choestoe. Mrs. Spiva was retired from the Union County School System and was a member of the Ga. Retired Teachers Association, Blairsville Garden Club, American Legion Aux. and Union County Historical Society.
She was preceded in death by first husband, Frank Allison and second husband, Dan Spiva.

Survivors include special nephew, Charles "Buddy" and Bobbie Hunter of Blairsville, Ga., many other nieces and nephews and a host of friends.

Funeral services will be held on Friday, February 27, 2009 at 11:00 am from the Choestoe Baptist Church with Rev. Stacy Dyer and Rev. Ken Zollinger officiating. Music will be provided by Stacy Dyer and Bill Collins and Linda Thornton. Interment will follow in the Choestoe Baptist Church Cemetery.

The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 6 to 9 pm, Thursday, February 26, 2009.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that donations may be made to Choestoe Baptist Church Building Fund, 4455 Choestoe Church Road, Blairsville, GA., 30512.

The Cochran Funeral Home of Blairsville is in charge of the arrangements. You may send condolences to the family and sign the guest register at www.cochranfuneralhomes.com.


Dora Hunter Spiva on her 104th birthday, February 10, 2009. She died two weeks later.

Aunt Dora will live on—in memory and legend
With love from Ethelene Dyer Jones One of her students

All of us who have known and loved Aunt Dora Hunter Allison Spiva for so long were saddened at her passing on Tuesday, February 24, at the marvelous age of 104 and 14 days. She was able to live at her home until Friday, February, 20, when her final illness required hospitalization. We mourn, not for her, but for ourselves at her departure from our midst. We can but rejoice that she is now enjoying the joys of heaven which she anticipated after a life well-lived and entrusted to the Lord Christ.

She leaves behind the influence of her forty years of teaching on students too numerous to number, and the example of a life lived with joy, purpose and service. For her influence on so many, we are eternally grateful. She said to me, a motherless girl of fourteen, "You can do anything you set your mind to do." I found her advice worthy of following. Many could give a similar testimony to mine on the influence she had upon them in school and beyond as she "kept up with her own" and loved and encouraged us.

Memories flood our minds as we think of the happy occasions we have spent with her. I have set on her porch at her home in Choestoe and admired her flower gardens, as lush and bountiful as any horticulturist could produce. I have thought often of how her life was like an unfolding flower, lifting thoughts like petals to sunshine in the early morning as she sought the Lord's guidance for the day. She was a mainstay at our wonderful Class of 1947 Reunions, and this could be said of any class she nourished at Union County High School. She was the eldest present at our Dyer- Souther Reunions each year after Cousin Watson Dyer died, himself reaching nearly 104, until this past July when she was not able to attend. She loved family and encouraged me to record and publish the history of our noble ancestors. "Salt of the earth," she would often say of them, being hesitant to own up to the fact that she, too, was of that salt that had not lost its savor, even to the ripe age of 104.

Now she is a legend in our time. Each time we think of her it will be with gratitude. As recently as October, she was part of a documentary film which will open the Byron Herbert Reece Center. Our poet/novelist was one of her students and she spoke lovingly about his time in her classes. Aunt Dora was honored by Truett McConnell College through having the four-year School of Education named in her honor. The first graduates from the school finished in May, 2008, and are now somewhere in schools beginning careers that will honor the name of this master teacher. It is one of my aims to continue raising funds to complete the endowment and scholarships for the Dora Hunter Allison Spiva School of Education. It is one way I can say "thank you" to Aunt Dora for inspiring me to become a teacher. Anyone wishing to donate in her memory may send contributions to Truett McConnell College, 100 Alumni Drive, Cleveland, GA 30529.

My prediction is that she will remain alive in the hearts and minds of those who loved and admired her, continuing to wield her positive influence, eliciting sweet memories of many associations with her; indeed, a legend in our time.

Dora Allison Spiva

Mrs. Dora Allison Spiva, 104, native and lifelong resident of Blairsville, Ga., died Tuesday, February 24, 2009 at Union General Hospital in Blairsville.

Mrs. Spiva was born Friday, February 10, 1905 in Union County, Ga., to the late Jim Hunter and the late Martha Souther Hunter. She graduated from the Blairsville Academy, Young Harris College and The University of Georgia. She was the oldest living member of Choestoe Baptist Church and had been very active in the church all her life, and was a founding member of the WMU at Choestoe.

Mrs. Dora was retired from the Union County School System and was a member of the Georgia Retired Teachers Association, a charter member of The Blairsville Garden Club, The American Legion Auxiliary, and Union County Historical Society. The Dora Spiva Educational Program is a scholarship program at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Ga., named in honor of Mrs. Spiva. She was preceded in death by first husband, Frank Allison and second husband, Dan Spiva. She was an inspiration to many.

Surviving family members include special nephew, Charles "Buddy" and Bobbie Hunter of Blairsville; many other nieces and nephews, and

a host of friends. Funeral services were held Friday, February 27, 2009 at 11 a.m. from the Choestoe Baptist Church with Rev. Stacy Dyer and Rev. Ken Zollinger officiating. Music was provided by Rev. Stacy Dyer and Bill Collins and Linda Thornton. Pallbearers were Daniel Hunter, Chris Souther, Josh Lewis, Eddy Alexander, Barry Collins, Phil Hunter, Ken Hunter and Lesly Hunter. Interment followed in Choestoe Baptist Church
Cemetery.

If you wish, the family has suggested memorial contributions be made to Choestoe Baptist Church Building Fund, 4455 Choestoe Church Road, Blairsville, Georgia 30512.

Arrangements entrusted to Cochran Funeral Home - Blairsville Chapel. You are invited to view Mrs. Dora's Life Tribute, send condolences to the family and sign the guest register at www. cochranfuneralhomes.com.



More About DORA ANNE HUNTER:
Burial: Choestoe Baptist Church, Union Co., Ga
Lived: 2002, Living.
Occupation: Teacher - retired.


Left to right: Marynell T (possibly), Frank Hunter, Dora Hunter Spiva, and Eddie Hunter (this compiler).


More About FRANK ALLISON:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

78. ii. JOSEPH DANIEL HUNTER, b. 13 Nov 1906; d. May 1990.
79. iii. DAN D. "DANDY" HUNTER, b. 26 Nov 1907, Blairsville, Union, Ga; d. 21 Apr 1973, Winchester, , SC.


Children of JAMES HUNTER and LOUISE DUCKWORTH are:
iv. WILLIAM MARION6 HUNTER, b. 01 Sep 1867, Choestoe, Union Co, Ga; d. 13 Jul 1964, Gainesville, Hall, Ga; m. MARY LUCINDA COLLINS, 13 Aug 1891, , Union, Ga; b. 05 Sep 1871, , Union, Ga; d. 30 Apr 1974, Gainesville, Hall, Ga.

More About WILLIAM MARION HUNTER:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

More About MARY LUCINDA COLLINS:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

v. LOUISE HUNTER, b. Abt. 1868; d. Unknown; m. A DUCKWORTH; b. Abt. 1868; d. Unknown.
vi. VIRGE HUNTER, b. Abt. 1869; d. Unknown.
vii. FRANK HUNTER, b. Aft. 1870; d. Unknown.


Children of JAMES HUNTER and CHARLOTTA DUCKWORTH are:
viii. WILLIAM M.6 HUNTER21, b. Abt. 1867, , , Ga; d. Unknown.
ix. LOTTIE HUNTER22, b. Abt. 1873; d. Unknown; m. A DUCKWORTH; b. Abt. 1873; d. Unknown.
x. RANDY HUNTER, b. Abt. 1874; d. Unknown.
xi. JAMES V (?) HUNTER, b. Abt. 1875, , , Ga; d. Unknown.
xii. MARY M. HUNTER, b. Abt. 1876, , , Ga; d. Unknown.
xiii. JASON H. (?) HUNTER, b. Abt. 1879, , , Ga; d. Unknown.


22. AMANDA REBECCA5 HUNTER (WILLIAM JOHNSON4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 05 Sep 1849 in , Union, Ga, and died 15 Jun 1923. She married JAMES BENJAMIN REID 19 Apr 1874 in , Union, Ga. He was born 18 Feb 1849, and died 19 Nov 1926.

More About AMANDA REBECCA HUNTER:
Burial: Dewberry Bap Ch., Cem, #1, Hall Co., Ga

More About JAMES BENJAMIN REID:
Burial: Dewberry Bap Ch., Cem, #1, Hall Co., Ga

Children of AMANDA HUNTER and JAMES REID are:
80. i. VIRGIL ALLEN6 REID, b. 14 Jun 1875, , Union, Ga; d. 15 Feb 1909, , Coffee, Ga.
81. ii. MARGARET JOSEPHINE REID, b. 28 Jul 1877, , Union, Ga; d. 09 Sep 1960, , Fulton, Ga.
82. iii. JUDGE GRIMPEY REID, b. 12 Mar 1880, , Union, Ga; d. 30 Mar 1947, , Elbert, Ga.
83. iv. JAMES CALVESTER REID, b. 05 Oct 1882, , Union, Ga; d. 1948, , Sumter, Ga.
v. BERTHA LOUISE REID, b. 14 May 1885, , Union, Ga; d. 27 Oct 1960, , Gwinett, Ga; m. AARON NEWTON SKELTON, 10 Mar 1913, , Hall, Ga; b. 10 Mar 1882, , , Ga; d. 29 Nov 1977, , Gwinett, Ga.

More About BERTHA LOUISE REID:
Burial: Dewberry Bap Ch., Cem, #1, Hall Co., Ga

More About AARON NEWTON SKELTON:
Burial: Dewberry Bap Ch., Cem, #1, Hall Co., Ga

84. vi. JOSEPH FRANCIS REID, b. 25 Dec 1887, , White, Ga; d. 20 Mar 1975, , Hall, Ga.
vii. MARTHA MARY CORDELE REID, b. 15 Nov 1893, , Hall, Ga; d. 26 Apr 1935, , Hall, Ga.

Notes for MARTHA MARY CORDELE REID:
Never married.

More About MARTHA MARY CORDELE REID:
Burial: Dewberry Bap Ch., Cem, #1, Hall Co., Ga


23. MARGARET ELIZA5 HUNTER (WILLIAM JOHNSON4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 20 Jan 1852 in , Union, Ga, and died 09 Jan 1929 in , Union, Ga. She married WILLIAM L. SULLIVAN 16 Jan 1876 in , Union, Ga. He was born 16 May 1856, and died 03 Sep 1897.

More About MARGARET ELIZA HUNTER:
Burial: Old Choestoe Cem., Union Co., Ga

More About WILLIAM L. SULLIVAN:
Burial: Old Choestoe Cem., Union Co., Ga

Children of MARGARET HUNTER and WILLIAM SULLIVAN are:
i. JOHN A.6 SULLIVAN, b. Abt. 1877, , , Ga; d. Unknown.
85. ii. SARAH ROSETTA SULLIVAN, b. 20 Nov 1882; d. 27 Feb 1920.


24. GEORGIA ANN5 HUNTER (WILLIAM JOHNSON4, JOHN3, WILLIAM2, SAMUEL1) was born 05 Apr 1855 in , Union, Ga, and died 03 Oct 1924 in , Union, Ga. She married FRANCIS JASPER "BUD" COLLINS 03 Jan 1873 in , Union, Ga, son of FRANCIS COLLINS and RUTH NIX. He was born 30 Jan 1855, and died 17 Dec 1941 in , Union, Ga.

More About GEORGIA ANN HUNTER:
Burial: New Choestoe cem., Union Co., Ga

Notes for FRANCIS JASPER "BUD" COLLINS:
Lived on a farm on Town Creek near Notla River. He owned and farmed about 400 acres. He owned a Delco plant and generated his own electricity.
He produced about 5000 gallons of sorghum syrup annually.

The Atlanta Historical Museum near Paces Ferry Road in Atlanta displays he and his wife Georgia Hunter and their daughters in several pictures beside some home made suites his female family members made for him.

More About FRANCIS JASPER "BUD" COLLINS:
Burial: New Choestoe cem., Union Co., Ga
Occupation: farmer & Storeowner
Religion: Choestoe Baptist Church member
Residence: Republican; represenative 1 term, Prison Pardon & Parole Board

Children of GEORGIA HUNTER and FRANCIS COLLINS are:
86. i. IDA6 COLLINS, b. 18 Nov 1873; d. 29 Mar 1962.
ii. EDDIE COLLINS, b. Aft. 1873; d. Unknown.
87. iii. ANDREW "ANDY" D. COLLINS, b. 22 Nov 1875, , Union, Ga; d. 21 Feb 1962.
88. iv. OLZA ALBERT "OZZIE" COLLINS, b. 26 Sep 1878, , Union, Ga; d. 02 Oct 1965.
v. INDIA COLLINS, b. 09 Mar 1882, , Union, Ga; d. 02 Apr 1939.

Notes for INDIA COLLINS:
Never married.

More About INDIA COLLINS:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

vi. ESLEY L. COLLINS, b. 28 Dec 1886, , Union, Ga; d. 08 Feb 1957.

Notes for ESLEY L. COLLINS:
Never married.

89. vii. LILLIE V. COLLINS, b. 22 Dec 1888, , Union, Ga; d. 26 Feb 1975.
viii. SARAH COLLINS, b. 21 Dec 1891, , Union, Ga; d. 10 Jan 1893, , Union, Ga.

More About SARAH COLLINS:
Burial: Choestoe, Old, Cemetery, Union Co, Ga23

ix. FRANCIS "FRANK" COLLINS, b. 05 Jan 1893, , Union, Ga; d. 28 Jan 1912.

More About FRANCIS "FRANK" COLLINS:
Lived: 19 years.

90. x. FANNIE AZIE COLLINS, b. 07 Mar 1895, , Union, Ga; d. 14 Feb 1945.
91. xi. WILLIAM HARV COLLINS, b. 04 Jun 1897, , Union, Ga; d. 24 Jul 1979.
xii. AVERY COLLINS, b. 25 Mar 1900; d. 15 Mar 1969.

Notes for AVERY COLLINS:
Never married

More About AVERY COLLINS:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

xiii. ETHEL GEORGIANN COLLINS, b. 06 Jun 1902; d. 10 Mar 1979; m. JOHN MELVIN CLEMENTS; b. Aft. 1873; d. Unknown.

More About ETHEL GEORGIANN COLLINS:
Burial: Choestoe Cem #2, Union Co., Ga

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is Marynell Teets. I am the lady in the picture that you have labled unknown I am Ester Hunter's grandaughter. Ester Hunter was Dora's brother.

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Blogger Eddie said...

Marynell,

According to my information Aunt Dora did not have a brother named Ester. Please tell me more about your relationship.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

JUNE 5, 2012
I AM THE GRANDSON OF JASPER GRADY HUNTER, AND THE GRANDSON OF JENNETTE WILLIAMSON HUNTER IN AKRON
OHIO. MY MOTHER WAS BORN IN BLARSVILLE GEORGIA ON MARCH 21, 1921 TO JASPER GRADY
HUNTER AND JENNETTE WILLIAMSON HUNTER HER NAME WAS DOROTHY ALWAIN HUNTER PRENTICE,SHE HAD A BROTHER RALPH AND A OLDER SISTER GENOVA.
I MET DORA ONCE AT JASPER GRADYS FUNERAL IN AKRON OHIO.MY MOTHER WOULD NEVER GO TO A REUNION,BUT JASPER DID AND SO DID GENOVA.GENEOVA DIED IN CALIFORNIA AND BOTH JASPER AND JEANETTE WILLIAMSON HUNTER DIED IN CALIFORNA AND THERE REMAINS WERE BROUGHT BACK TO AKRON OHIO FOR BURIAL.I MET DORAS SON AT JASPER GRADY FUNERIAL,I WILL GET THERE DATES OF DEATH AND THEY ARE BURIED IN GREENLAWN CEMETARY IN AKRON OHIO.

MY MOTHER DOROTHY ALWAIN HUNTER MARRIED ROBERT PRENTICE OF AKRON OHIO WHO HAD THE FUNERAL HOME.MY FATHER DIED ON DEC 31,1999 AND MY MOTHER DIED ON DECEMBER 26, 2006 AND SHE WAS BLIND FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS OF HER LIFE AND SHE HAD LUKEMIA.I USED TO RECEIVE LETTERS ABOUT THE REUNION BUT NOW THAT I SOLD MY MOTHERS HOUSE IN 2011 AND MOVED I HAVE HAD NO MORE CONTACTS.I SAW JOE AT JEANETTES WILLIAMS HUNTER FUNERAL. SO WHEN THE SERVICE WAS OVER AT THE CEMETERY MY MOTHER AND I LEFT AS MY FATHER WAS IN THE HOSPITAL.NEVER SAW NOVIE
AGAIN .MY MOTHER WAS UPSET THAT SHE NEVER HEARD FROM AUNT DORA SINCE JASPERS FUNERAL I MET HER ONCE AND HER SON
AND SHE SEEMED VERY NICE.DO THE HUNTERS STILL HAVE RENUIONS AS I WOULD LIKE TO COME,
I AM DORTHYS ALWAIN HUNTER PRENTICES SON.
ROBERT PADEN PRENTICE 11 AND I LIVE IN AKRON OHIO.I HAVE A TRAVEL BUREAU IN AKRON.I LIVE AT 204 CENTER ROAD AKRON OHIO 44319 AND HAVE ONE SON ROBERT PRENTICE III.
I TOOK JAPSER TO HIS FUNERAL IN FLORDIA.HE WAS MARRIED TO ELSIE HUNTER.I DO NOT KNOW HIS DATE OF DEATH BUT HE IS BURIED IN FLORIDA.I REMEMBER JEANNTE HUNTER TAKING ABOUT A SISTER DOLLY WHO WAS KILLED IN A CAR WRECK I THINK THEY WERE HIT BY A BUS.I WOULD SURE LIKE TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION ON MY MOTHERS FAMILY.YOU CAN CONTACT ME AT 330-882-4642 PHONE OR CAN CONTACT ME BY EMAIL bob@prentice2.webmail.com. I AM THINKING OF COMING TO BLAIRVILLE AND WOULD LIKE TO SEE THE HOUSE WHERE MY MOTHER WAS BORN IF IT IS STILL THERE AS SHE OFTEN TAKED OF LIVING WITH GRANDMOTHER AND HER BLACK NANNY WHO RAISED HER.WOULD LIKE TO FIND INFORMATION ON HER NANNY.ANYTHING YOU COULD PROVIDE ME I WOULD APPRECIATE.GASPER AND JEANETTE ALWAYS TRIED TO KEEP THINGS AWAY FROM MY MOTHER ALWAIN.JASPER WAS ALWAYS TAKING THE HUNTER RENUION AS A MUST GO TO AND HE EVEN MISSED MY WEDDING TO GO AND THEN JEANETTE NEVER CAME EITHER.I REALLY RESPECTED THEM.WHEN MY MOTHER DIED SHE WAS VERY TALENTED AND I HAD A FUNERAL WITH OVER 400 PEOPLE ATTENDING I HAD A HARPIST PLAY WITH 2 OPERA SINGERS AND A WONDERFUL PIPE ORGAN.HAD I LUNCH AFTER WORDS AT THE AKRON WOMENS CITY CLUB.HER FUNERAL WAS ON DECEMBER 29,2006 AND I HAD ALL CHRISTMAS MUSIC PLAYED TRUELY A WONDERFUL FAIRWELL FOR HER.MY FATHER AND MOTHER HAD A VERY UNLUCKY OUT COME TO THERE LIVES AS MY FATHERS FATHER SOLD THE FUNERAL HOME TO HIS BROTHER NAT PRENTICE.I TOOK CARE OF MY FATHER WHO HAD CANCER AND WORKED AT THE FUNERAL HOME FOR HIS BROTHER UNTIL HE HAD A STROKE ON NEW YEARS EVE 1999 AND DIED AT HOME AFTER HE CAME UP THE STEPS TO GO TO BED,AND MY MOTHER FELL DOWN THE STEPS ON CHRISTMAS EVE 2006 WHEN WE TOOK HER TO THE HOSPITAL SHE WAS AWAKE AND HAD TOTAL RECALL BUT WENT INTO A COMA AT ABOUT 200AM ON CHRISTMAS AMD DIED ON DECEMBER 26, 2006. ANY INFORMATION THAT YOU HAVE OR PHONE NUMBERS I WOULD LIKE TO HAVE TO GIVE TO MY SON AND CLOSE THIS SIDE OF THE HUNTER FAMILY.I COULD NEVER FIGURE OUT ABOUT ALL THE CLOSED INFORMATION ABOUT THE HUNTER SIDE OF THE FAMILY.WHEN MY MOTHER DIED I KNEW THAT AUNT DORA WAS ALIVE BUT AFTER JASPERS FUNERAL THERE SEEMED TO BE NO CONTACT FROM MY MOTHER TO HER AS I THINK SHE WAS HURT THAT SHE NEVER HEARD FROM ANYONE AFTER JASPERS DEATH.

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