(Capt.) Judkins Hunt (Sr.) - g-g-g-g GF, Rev. War Sol., was the b/o your ancestor, (Lt./Capt.) Thomas Hunt (Jr.?), Rev. War Sol. and they were the s's/o Thomas Hunt (Sr.?) - g-g-g-g-g GF, prob. b. abt. 1700, "Hunting Quarter Swamp", Lawnes Creek Parish, Surry Co., VA; d. 1759, Albemarle Parish, Sussex (orig. Surry) Co., VA. Although I'm not all so sure his wife was Elizabeth Judkins (d/o Robert Judkins and Elizabeth Taylor, Southwark Par. (later Lawnes), Surry Co., VA). Thomas Hunt's (f/o Judkins Hunt, Sr. and your Thomas Hunt and incl. six other bros. and sisters), will dtd.: 1757, Dinwiddie (orig. Prince George) Co. (codicial dtd.: 1759); pro.: 1759, Albemarle Parish, Sussex Co., VA. Eldest son, John Hunt all my lands in Dinwiddie Co., with part of it joining my lands in Sussex Co., bounded by Dicks Branch and the Hog Hole. Son, Thomas Hunt (your ancestor - under 21), the rest of my land including land I bought of Richard Pepper. Son, Judkins Hunt (my ancestor - under 21), 81 acres bought from John Jones (Sr.) and 100 acres (part of a patent granted William Harper) and 400 acres in the fork of Rockie Branch bought from Frederick Jones. All the stock on my plantation at the death of his mother or if she is alive when he is 21, he is to have one half of it. Judkins Hunt, to be bound to a joyner at age 15.
(Capt.) Jukdins Hunt (Sr.) was abt.10 yrs., of age when his father, Thomas Hunt's will was written (b. abt. 1747, prob. Bath Parish, Prince George (later Dinwiddie) Co., VA; d. 1817, Hancock Co., GA; md., Martha Batte in 1769, Brunswick Co., VA (he was abt. 22 yrs. of age when he md., Martha Batte).