William Hunter

William Hunter

BORN: Nov 17, 1845 Belfast, County Antrim, Ireland

 DIED: Jul 22, 1909 Underwood, Bruce County, Ontario, Canada

Poems

1874-1875 | 1895-1986 | 1897
1898 | 1899 | 1900 | 1901-1902 & 1905

Letter from Queen Elizabeth II on receiving Poem #61 in 1993

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Undated Poems

1. The Lord’s Prayer
2. The Sermon (Matthew 5)
3. Mother’s Grave
4. For June 27, 1886 – To Mary
5. To Mary

1874-1875

6. The Old Year
7. Sabbath in Earth and Heaven
8. Man Lost and Redeemed
9. Snow
10. Maggie McDonald – aged 17 years

1895-1896

11. Rockton Fair
12. For the Last Meeting of the C.E.
13. New Year 1896
14. Bruce Council for 1896
15. Time’s Passing
16. Mary’s Birthday
17. Seed Time
18. On Finding an Empty Bird’s Nest
19. The Harvest Moon
20. Christmas

1897

21. A Day on Lake Huron Shore
22. Written for the Week of Prayer
23. Bruce Council for 1897
24. On the Death of our Brother-in-Law, Nathan Hart
25. Underwood Tea Meeting
26. The Youth’s Lament at leaving Underwood
27. The Shamrock
28. Spring
29. Summer
30. Autumn
31. The Dandelion
32. Labor and Rest
33. Fishing for Suckers
34. Jubilee Song
35. A Fall Wheat Field
36. Double Rainbow
37. The Fencing of the Farm
38. Annual Women’s Meeting
39. On Finding a Bed of Violets in October
40. Thoughts on Thanksgiving
41. Thanksgiving Day

1898

42. Winter
43. The Indian’s Farewell to Bai-de-dore
44. Underwood Cheese Manufacturing Company
45. Ontario YET
46. The Whacking of Whitney
47. Prayers
48. Easter
49. May 24th
50. The Old Red Clover
51. In The Woods
52. Charley Bowman
53. County Commissioners
54. Adam Burwash

1899

55. Thoughts on Communion
56. May
57. Bumblebee up my Pants
58. Laying the Cornerstone for the Methodist Church, Tiverton
59. The Bruce Pioneers

1900

60. Latest News from Africa
61. For Queen Victoria’s 81st Birthday (sent to Queen Elizabeth in 1993)
62. La Grippe
63. Lines on the 50th Wedding Anniversary of Mr & Mrs Robert H McClure

1901-1902 & 1905

64. For the Pioneers Meeting
65. A Hundred Years Ago
66. In Memoriam
67. To the First Robin
68. Lines on Finding a Bunch of Wildflowers
69. On Finding a Daisy by the Roadside

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