Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameMary Kent FLETCHER 24
Birth Dateabt 1819
Birth PlaceVirginia?
Death Date1891 Age: 72
Burial PlaceRussell, Virginia, Moses Hurt Cemetery
Spouses
Birth Date4 Aug 1804
Birth PlaceHonaker, Russell, Virginia
MemoBarret’s Chapel
Death Date31 Jul 1865 Age: 60
Death PlaceRussell, Virginia
FatherGarland HURT (1764-1839)
MotherMartisha THURSTON (~1768-1818)
Family ID3219
Marr Date1835
Marr PlaceRussell, Virginia
ChildrenIsaac Jacob (1836-1894)
 Elizabeth (1837-)
 John Garland (1839-1890)
 Meekin Spencer (1840-1930)
 Isaiah Drake (1843-1921)
 Sally (1845-)
 Moses (1848-)
 Aaron (1851-)
 Cynthia A. (1853-1892)
 Mary Parker (1857-)
 James Coy (1859-1907)
Notes for Mary Kent FLETCHER
(1) Information from William "Gene" Hurt received on 5 Mar 1997.
(2) Feb 2000: information from Julia Carol Gregory Levesque. Age at death was approximately 72 yr. according to her headstone. Moses Hurt Cemetery is East of Honaker, Virginia.
(3) Sep 2000: RootsWeb WorldConnect East Kentucky Connections Ken Burke <kburke@eastky.net>
(4) Ancestral File.
Notes for Moses (Spouse 1)
(1) Papers of Mekin Spencer Hurt II.
(2) The Early Hurts of VA, Oscar Hurt, pg 15.
(3) FHL# 1553934 (4) Information from William "Gene" Hurt received on 5 Mar 1997. Spouse's name.
(4) Feb 2000: information from Julia Carol Gregory Levesque. They had over a 1000 acres of Farm Land in Honaker, Russell, Virginia according to the 1850 Census of Russell County, Virginia.
(5) Sep 2000: RootsWeb WorldConnect East Kentucky Connections Ken Burke <kburke@eastky.net> Birth place given as Gardner,, Virginia.
(6) Ancestral File.
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