1180. Joseph McIntosh Hunter
was born on
4 Feb 1873 in Robertson County, Texas.(1080)
(1081) He bought West Half of
Block 9, College Addition for $400 on 11 Apr 1898 in Merkel, Taylor County, Texas.
(1082) He appeared on the census on 15 Jun
1900 in Precinct #5, Taylor County, Texas.(1083)
He appeared on the census on 29 Apr 1910 in Snyder, Scurry County, Texas.
(1084) He appeared on the census on 19 Jun
1920 in Polytechnic, Tarrant County, Texas.(1085)
He appeared on the census on 16 Apr 1930 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County,
Texas.(1086) He died on 10 May 1943
in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.(1087)
He was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tarrant County, Texas.
Mr. Hunter worked as a bookkeeper for the Sloan Lumber Company in Fort Worth.
From the Evening Ft. Worth Star Telegram, May 11, 1943, Page 5:
FUNERAL FOR J. M. HUNTER SET WEDNESDAY
Services for Joseph M. Hunter, 78, of 3820 Avenue M, will be conducted at 2 p.m.
Wednesday in Ray Crowder Funeral Home. Rev. Fred J. Patterson will officiate.
Burial will be in Rose Hill.
Mr. Hunter, a resident here for 35 years, died Monday afternoon.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. T. E. Box, Kansas City, Mo., and Miss
Willie Mae Hunter, Mrs. S. A. Austin and Mrs. E. B. Abington, all of Fort Worth;
four sons, Clarence, Joe and Bartlett Hunter, all of Fort Worth, and Earl Hunter,
Tyler; two brothers, Robert A. Hunter, Austin, and S. M. Hunter, Lubbock; a sister,
Mrs. Laura Balch, Temple, and eight grandchildren.
He was married to Will Ella Mae Starkey (daughter of
William C. Starkey and Julia M. Hudgins) on 7 Mar 1895 in
McLennan County, Texas.(1088)
Will Ella Mae Starkey was born on 5 Dec 1872 in Jackson County,
Alabama. She died on 30 Mar 1947 in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. She
was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery, Tarrant County, Texas.
From the Evening Fort Worth Star Telegram, March 31, 1947, Page 7:
MRS. ELLA HUNTER
Revs. Garland Lavender and W. W. Ward will conduct services at 4 p.m. Monday
in Ray Crowder Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Ella Hunter, 74, of 3820 Ave. M. resident
here for 29 years, who died Sunday in a hospital. Burial will take place in
Mrs. Hunter was a member of the OES [Order of the Eastern Star] and the Polytechnic
Survivors are four daughters, Mmes. Frank Gurley, S. A. Austin and E. B. Abington,
all of Fort Worth, and T. E. Box of Kansas City; four sons, C. A., Joe L., and
Bartlett Hunter, all of Fort Worth, and Earl Hunter, Waco; 10 grandchildren and
Joseph McIntosh Hunter and Will Ella Mae Starkey had the following children:
Clarence Aubrey Hunter.
Berta Lee Hunter.
Willa Mae Hunter.
Vida Mae Hunter.
Hazel Ella Hunter.
Joseph Leslie Hunter.
Earl Eugene Hunter.