NB: This page is incomplete.
|Parents:||Thomas Hunt & Ann (Hunt)|
|Birth:||Abt. 1826||Loughborough, Leicestershire, England|
|Death:||25 Nov 1905||Leicester, Leicestershire, England|
|Parents:||James Spencer & Elizabeth Smith|
|Birth:||1823||Hathern, Leicestershire, England|
|Death:||15 Jan 1908||Enderby, Leicestershire, England|
6th Jan 1845
Marriage of James Hunt and Ada Spencer at the Catholic Chapel, Loughborough.
The history webpage for St. Mary’s Loughborough describes that not long before this in 1834, Loughborough was still suffering anti-Catholic sentiment. Between 1834-1839 it says there were 63 baptisms in the town (presumably both child and adult) and so it was a growing community.
Leicester Chronicle – Saturday 11 January 1845
…At Loughborough, on Monday, at the Old Church, by the Rev. W. Robinson, Mr. John Coates, to Mary, daughter of Mr. Ward, Swan-street. Same day [6th January 1845], at the Catholic Chapel, Loughborough, Mr. James Hunt, to Ada Spencer.
Children of James Hunt and Ada Spencer
|Ann Lillah Hunt||1845 –|
|Agnes Hunt||1849 –|
|Teresa Hunt||1850 –|
|Elizabeth Hunt||1852 –|
|Bertha Marie Hunt||1856 – 1935|
|Thomas Bernard Hunt||1858 – 1928|
|James Alphonso Hunt||1860 –|
|A Hunt||1864 –|
|George Hunt||1867 –|
4 Dunkirk Street, Leicester, parish of St. Margaret.
|James Hunt||Head||married||age 25||b. 1826||Loughborough, Leicestershire||Woolsorter|
|Adah Hunt||Wife||married||age 27||b. 1824||Hathern, Leicestershire||-|
|Ann Lillah Hunt||Daughter||single||age 5||b. 1846||Loughborough, Leicestershire||Scholar|
|Agnes Hunt||Daughter||single||age 3||b. 1848||All Saints, Leicestershire||Scholar|
|Theresa Hunt||Daughter||single||age 1||b. 1850||St Margaret, Leicestershire||-|
|Maria Spencer||Wife's Sister||single||age 17||b. 1834||Hathern, Leicestershire||Glove mender|