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   Haroldson Lafayette Hunt - Texas wildcatter and oil baron

Page entitled : Childhood and youth of Haroldson Lafayette Hunt

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Of Haroldson Hunt’s childhood, his wandering years in the American West and his settlement as a cotton land broker before World War I.

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Haroldson Lafayette Hunt was born on February 17, 1889 near Vandalia Illinois, the last of ten children of a farmer and small town banker, whose family originally lived in Georgia and fought on the wrong side during the Secession War. If the reference of his middle name to the illustrous French army officer, whose contribution to American Independence was invaluable, was to predestine him to a great career,  ...


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