Biography of William S. Hunt
Pitt Township, Wyandot County, OH Biographies

WILLIAM S. HUNT was born in this township November 18, 1850; he is a son of Snowden and Lydia (Undegraff) Hunt, old residents of this county. (See sketch of A. C. Hunt) He was educated in the common schools, abandoning his studies at the age of twenty; he remained at home assisting about the farm, of which he assumed full charge for a number of years; on his mother's decease, he inherited 102 1/2 acres of land, valued at $75 per acre, and which he has largely improved; he owns the old homestead, the residence having been erected in 1869, at a cost of $1,500. Mr. Hunt is a Republican and unmarried; he has two sisters, Elvira and Nancy Hunt, the former born March 9, 1844, the latter August 22, 1846. They received the education afforded by the district schools, and remained at home with their parents till the latter's death, at which time they each came into possession of 102 1/2 acres of land, which has since received their attention. The farms are valued at $75 and $50 per acre respectively, and tilled by renters or tenants. In 1883, they erected on the farm of the latter a hand. some residence, costing $1,700, and in which they will henceforth abide. They are both members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and highly esteemed as ladies of keen business tact, good judgment and character.

The History of Wyandot County, Ohio
Liggett, Canaway & Co.,
Chicago 1884

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