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Claiborne Preston Gunter
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Birth: May 15, 1843
Lowndes County
Mississippi, USA
Death: Sep. 30, 1915
Choctaw County
Mississippi, USA

 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  George Washington Gunter (1820 - 1882)
  Amanda Melvina Hobbs Gunter (1822 - 1859)
 
 Spouse:
  Sarah Frances Lawley Gunter (1848 - 1890)
 
 Children:
  Isaac Washington Gunter (1866 - 1943)*
  Samuel A. Gunter (1874 - 1874)*
  Rebecca Belle Gunter Philley (1876 - 1929)*
  Preston C. Gunter (1884 - 1886)*
 
 Siblings:
  Claiborne Preston Gunter (1843 - 1915)
  William Wilson Gunter (1845 - 1930)*
  Louisa Jane Gunter Atwell (1847 - 1883)*
  Andrew Jackson Gunter (1849 - 1930)*
  Amanda M. Gunter (1859 - 1859)*
  Georgia Anna Gunter Brannon (1863 - 1943)**
  Lottie Gunter (1866 - 1868)**
  Peter Tittle Gunter (1876 - 1876)**
  Pearl Holman Gunter (1876 - 1936)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Burial:
LaGrange Cemetery
Ackerman
Choctaw County
Mississippi, USA
 
Created by: Cindy Chitty Badon
Record added: Mar 22, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 50060229
Claiborne Preston Gunter
Added by: William G. Latham Jr.
 
Claiborne Preston Gunter
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-Anonymous
 Added: May. 1, 2016
Married second Elizabeth "Betty" Tenhet daughter of Charles L.and Mary A. Tenhet. Betty is buried at Enon Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cem., Ackerman, Choctaw Co., MS
- Wayne Nelson Parker
 Added: Oct. 1, 2011
In Memory of Claiborne Preston Gunter, son of George Washington & Amanda Melvina (Hobbs) Gunter. Husband of Sarah Frances Lawley.
- William G. Latham Jr.
 Added: Mar. 6, 2011
 
 
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