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Hunters from the Midlothians

Feb 26, 2016

Midlothians had 1825 Hunters in 1881 making it the 2nd largest concentration out of the 33 Scottish counties. In days of old it was referred to as Edinburghshire and later the County of Edinburgh. As the City grew it started looking after itself though some responsibilities are still controlled by Midlothians.
West Lothian borders on the left side and East Lothian on the right, with Lanark, Peebles and Berwick taking up most of the southern border.

Hunters mentioned in the County Directory 1862.

If searching for a more comprehensive list you can try Hunters in Edinburgh 1911......(it is a looong page)

Name Location Occupation
James Hunter of Colzium Newliston Haugh, Kirkliston
J. Hunter Airfield : Cousland, Dalkeith farmer
Robert Hunter Dalhousie Chesters, Lasswade farmer
James Hunter Broughton Point, Edinburgh
Samuel Hunter 223 Leith Walk, Edinburgh
John Hunter Craigcrook House : Blackhall, Edinburgh Auditor of Court of Session
J. Hunter Haugh : Winchburgh, Edinburgh farmer
J. Hunter Whitehouse Mill : Cousland, Dalkeith miller
J. Hunter Woodhall Mill : Slateford, Edinburgh miller