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Gunter

Edmund. 1581--1626, English mathematician and astronomer, who invented various measuring instruments, including Gunter's chain
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Gunter believes telling patient stories is a powerful way to make people reflect on their roles and responsibilities towards patients and quality systems.
Gunter, whose story first appeared in this journal in August 2016 ("Telling the human story to improve patient safety", p28-29) has been a regular speaker at HQSC adverse events seminars.
Presentations last an hour, and include an introduction by Gunter, screening of the 20-minute DVD, a short address by a member of ACC's treatment safety team, and time for questions and answers.
Andrew remained in New Brunswick; the many Gunters there today are descended from Andrew and his wife, Elizabeth.
This modest look at the Gunters was inspired by e-mail exchanges with Branch Genealogist, Suzanne Davidson UE, in Alberta and a Gunter applicant there.
The Loyalist patriarch was Conrad Gunter UE, reportedly born in Germany about 1732 and also reportedly a resident of Warwick, Orange County, Province of New York, before the Revolutionary War.
To this day, Murray Township has a "Gunter Settlement Road," numerous Gunter burials in Stockdale, and a small abandoned cemetery known as "the Gunter-Maybee Cemetery." Some of this family moved up into the northern part of Hastings County where there is the hamlet of Gunter as well as Gunter Cemetery.
The Ancestors And Descendants Of Louis Manley Gunter & Lillian May Forbes.