Main sources for Wills (Glos and Bristol)
1) Gloucestershire - wills proved at local courts:http://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=17142
Includes a few for HUNTs from Painswick, which is where the WOOLMANs came from. Might be worth checking these?Otherwise, too many, wide-ranging, to pinpoint as yet.
2) Glos Wills proved at PCC (generally, wealthier people in South of Britain; explained on website)
The National Archives website has the PCC wills:http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/documentsonline/wills.asp
Wills are downloadable for £3.50.
I read, googling, that some of the Quaker HUNTs were merchants. Included in PCC wills is 1696 Henry Hunt, merchant of Bristol. Maybe worth checking as so easy to get hold of?
[Note this is one database where you also need to check Somerset and Glos, as just Bristol may miss some! You, then, of course, also need a pretty good knowledge which villages are practically Bristol ... The one that jumped out at me from quick perusal was one in Long Ashton]
3. Wills proved at Bristol. Not online. Need to contact Bristol Record Office.