Hunter, Marguerite “Maggie” Lee

Class of 1897

Birth: 13 Apr 1875, Prosperity, Newberry, South Carolina
Death: 17 Mar 1934

John Lawson Hunter (1840-1919)
Mary Nelson Dominick Hunter (1841-1895)

Frank Roberston Hunter (1878-1941)

Mary Elliott Hunter Fellers (1866-1950)
George Young Hunter (1868-1936)
Frances Leonora Hunter Sease (1869-1936)
Susan Ophelia Hunter (1872-1878)

Rosemont Cemetery
Newberry, Newberry County, South Carolina, USA

Source:, #44365091.


Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, North Carolina)
Wednesday, May 29, 1898, Page 5.

Serious Accident in Mt. Pleasant to a Student of Elizabeth College
Correspondence of the Observer

Concord, May 28 – An accident happened at Mt. Pleasant to-day. Miss Margaret Hunter, of South Carolina, now a student of Elizabeth College, was badly hurt by a runaway team. She passed through this place to-day in company with a young man. When they arrived at the Seminary in Mt. Pleasant the horses became frightened just before Miss Hunter was getting out of the buggy. The team ran down through the streets for several hundred yards with only the lady in the buggy and no one was able to stop the team. After running a considerable distance they made a turn which threw her out of the buggy. When she was picked up she was unconscious and remained so for an hour or more. She is badly bruised, though it is not thought that any bones are broken. Miss Hunter is a graduate of Mount Amoena Seminary and intended to attend the commencement exercises.


The Newberry Weekly Herald (Newberry, SC), 14 Apr 1922, p. 5

Mrs. Frank R. Hunter

As an organization, no one thin makes for the sure development of the best that is in a woman as does the United Daughters of the Confederacy, so many of whom are represented in this thriving city, none among them being more worthy of mention than Mrs. Frank. R. Hunter (Marguerite Hunter).

Mrs. Hunter is the daughter of John L. Hunter and his wife, Mary Dominick, who belong to that large and prominent family of Newberry Dominicks. Mary Dominick was the daughter of George Dominick and Peggy Nelson, an Irish lady.

Mrs. Hunter was born and reared in Prosperity and married Frank R. Hunter who was born in Newberry on the spot where the home of Mr. George W. Summer stands. His father is Joseph H. Hunter and his mother, Elizabeth Fant of Union.

Mrs. Hunter’s ancestors were of Revolutionary stock, some among them having also served in the war of 1812.

She is a member of the Red Cross, the Civic League, the Woman’s club and the U. D. C. At one time she served as president of the Civic league and is on the executive board of the league.

During the World war she was chairman of the membership committee of the American Red Cross and helped to organize the county.

She was co-chairman of the surgical dressings committee in the local chapter, and is now working in the Red Cross chapter as chairman of the European relief work. She is president of the Drayton Rutherford chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.

She is a woman of great force of character and is a worker of untiring energy. She is a member of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian church.

She taught school for three years before her marriage, in Prosperity. this training has helped to fit her for the positions which she has held since in such an acceptable manner.