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301 The pioneer anatomist and surgeon,the "founder of scientific surgery",pioneering research on the circulation of the blood, acquired the body of the giant Charles Byrne 1783.
His collection became the Hunterian Museum, Royal College of Surgeons of England, London.

HUNTER, Dr John (P2963)
302 The Times Source (S460058453)
303 There seems to be some discrepancy as to who Sir Henry's father was. Some say John Woodhouse, and other Sir William Woodhouse and his wife Elizabeth Calthorpe

Governor of Bermuda, 1623-27.
WOODHOUSE, Henry (P8636)
304 Thomas de Manduit's surname is also seen as Manduit. MAUDUIT, Thomas de (P9217)
305 Thomas Gibbon purchased the Manor of Kingston, E. Kent, 1647, sold Westcliffe in 1660. GIBBON, Thomas (P5560)
306 Through his wife he inherited Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire (later held by Robert Dudley).
Through his wife he inherited Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire (later held by Robert Dudley).
Interred: St Paul's Cathedral, London, England 
PLANTAGENET, John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, (P6148)
307 Title ratified by King William nd Queen Mary (1669-1702) in 1698.
Title ratified by King William nd Queen Mary (1669-1702) in 1698. 
HUNTER, Patrick, 21st Laird of Hunterston, (P690)
308 Tutor to Edward VI.
Monument to him and his family in St. Edward's church (church of St Edward the Confessor), Romford, Essex.
COOKE, Anthony, Sir, (P8644)
309 Tutor to Edward VI. COOKE, Anthony, Sir, (P8644)
310 Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900 Source (S461574025)
311 U.S., Find A Grave Index
James Samuel Hunter
b. 16 Jun 1859
bp Elk, Kanawha County, USA
d. 22 Sep 1935
dp. Elk, Kanawha County, USA
Cemetery: Hunter Cemetery
Burial: Twomile, Kanawha County, USA
f. Samuel Elijah Hunter
m. Mary Louise Hunter
sp. Mary Jane Hunter
Children: Mary Anise Belcher
Wilmina W. Norman
Charles Hunter
John Wesley Hunter
Seabert Hunter
Thomas Hunter

HUNTER, James Samuel (P30)
312 Utah, County Marriages, 1887-1937 Source (S460058500)
313 Victim of the 'Black Dinner'. The Complete Peerage vol.IV.p.432 &435.
Acceded: 1439

DOUGLAS, William, 6th Earl of (P6729)
314 Virginia Census, 1607-1890 Source (S460058510)
315 Well educated, spoke a number of languages.Trained as a barber surgeon. NOLTIE, Henry (P5607)
316 Went to London, became prosperous London linen draper, lived Putney, Common Councilman of London. GIBBON, Matthew (P5564)
317 West Virginia Marriage Records, 1863-1900 Source (S462195385)
318 Wikipedia, "Gilbert, Count of Brionne", (accessed 27 Apr 2017) Source (S460293272)
319 World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 Source (S460058410)
320 WWI Medal Index Cards Source (S460058457)

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