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History[edit | edit source]

Hunter County, Kansas was organized in 1855, never organized and was defunct by February 24 1864. Kansas Historical Society

Origin of Name[edit | edit source]

It may have be named for Robert Mercer Taliaferro Hunter (1809-1887), a Virginia congressman and senator, who favored the admission of Kansas. Kansas Historical Society

Location[edit | edit source]

The greater portion of what was Hunter County is now included in Cowley County, with the remainder scattered among Sedgwick, Sumner, Butler, Elk, Chautauqua, and Greenwood counties.

More infomation can be gained at Kansas Historical Society

Present Records[edit | edit source]

If any records from this time exist they may be found in Cowley County , or FamilySearch Catalog

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