Reference page 307 & 308 of "Milledgeville, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Southern Recorder), Volume VI 1842-1844," by Tad Evans, published by writer, Savannah, GA, October 1996.From the 25 Jun 1844 issue:"Married. On the 20th instant, by the Rev. W. A. Florence, Mr. Charles Hungerford, formerly of Connecticut, to Miss Lucy E., eldest daughter of Hon. John Hendrick, all of Jackson, Butts County."On page 353, from an issue dated 19 Nov 1844, Charles is listed as a trustee for the Jackson Male And Female Academies, Butts County.I believe this fellow is Stanley Hungerford's #337.Also found in this book:
Page 56.From the issue dated 5 Apr 1842, an article entitled "A list of letters.Remaining in the Post Office at Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, on the first day of April, 1842: A. Hungunford."His name can be found amongst approx. 200 people who had unclaimed letters. "Hungunford" is a typo--I believe they're referring to Anson Hungerford.
Page 138.From the issue dated 3 Jan 1843, an article entitled "A list of letters.Remaining in the Post Office at Milledgeville, Baldwin County, Georgia, on the first day of January, 1843: J. T. Hungerford."