Welcome to the on-line genealogical publication for Keith and Sherry Jordan Hunter. Our purpose is to have a record for our children and our families (which may include you) to see their ancestral background and all their currently living distant relatives.

 Like the tumbleweed, family migrations and inter-relationships may move about seemingly at random.  Some of the families listed herein are not directly related except by distant marriage.  It seemed appropriate to follow the lineage until it ended or until no further information was obtainable.

We would appreciate any input you may have about your family history, rememberances, stories or ancedotes.  This will allow the site to grow into a more interesting study.  There is a contact link at the bottom of the page.

As with any amatuer research, there will naturally be mistakes. Do not accept as 'gospel' the information here as new sources may update the information currently listed. We encourage you to contact us directly with any additions, comments and/or corrections. Please check back often as changes will take place without notice as research continues. The latest revision date is also listed at the bottom of this page. Thanks for visiting.

Keith Hunter

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I can taste the fruit of Eve.
I'm aware of sickness, death and disease;
The results of her choices are vast.
Eve was the first, but she wasn't the last.

And if I were honest with myself,
Had I been standing at that tree,
My mouth and my hands would be covered with fruit;
Things I shouldn't know and things I shouldn't see.

Remind me of this with every decision:
Generations will reap what I sow.
I can pass on a curse or a blessing
To those I will never know.

She taught me to fear the serpent. I'm learning to fear myself
And all of the things I am capable of in my search for wisdom, acceptance and wealth.
And to say that the devil made me do it is a cop out and a lie.
The devil can't make me do anything when I'm calling on Jesus Christ.

To my great-great-great-granddaughter, live in peace.
To my great-great-great-grandson, live in peace.
Remind me of this with every decision; Generations will reap what I sow.
I can pass on a curse or a blessing to those I will never know.

GENERATIONS by Sara Groves (inspired by Deuteronomy 11:26-28) copyright 2000, PWMusic