|Member of the New Zealand Parliament |
27 November 1935 –15 October 1938
|Preceded by||Joseph Linklater|
|Succeeded by||John Cobbe|
|Born||11 May 1900|
Waimea West, New Zealand
|Died||1 July 1990 90) (aged|
Auckland, New Zealand
|Relatives|| Ivor Stirling (son-in-law)|
Glenda Stirling (granddaughter)
Ken Stirling (grandson)
Clifford Lorrie Hunter– 1 July 1990) was a New Zealand politician of the Labour Party.(11 May 1900
Hunter was born at Waimea West on 11 May 1900, the son of Gordon MacKay Hunter and Edith Constance Hunter (née Andrews).His father was an "active supporter" of Independent MHR for Nelson, Harry Atmore. Hunter married Theresa Anne Gertrude Pye in Wellington on 24 August 1921.
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