Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameSarah “Sary” _____ 24
Birth Dateabt 1746
Birth PlaceMadison, Madison, Virginia
Death Dateaft 1789 Age: 43
Birth Dateabt 1743
Birth PlaceMadison, Virginia
Death Datebef Sep 1812 Age: 69
Death PlaceMadison, Virginia
FatherJames HURT Sr. (~1722-<1789)
MotherSarah GAINES (~1722->1789)
Family ID3317
Marr Dateabt 1766
Marr PlaceMadison, Madison, Virginia
ChildrenFrances (~1767-<1805)
 Elizabeth (~1776-)
 James (1778-1834)
 Joel (~1779-)
 Sary or Sarah (~1778-)
 Mary (~1781-)
 Anney (~1784-)
Notes for Sarah “Sary” _____
!1. Named in husband's will, Culpeper Co. Wills, Will Book C. pg 330.
Notes for William (Spouse 1)
!1. Will of William Hurt; w.d. 19 Apr 1811, will probated 24 Sep 1812 names
living children and gives son Joel, the tract of 269 acres granted to his
father, James Hurt, in 1770 and given to William in 1785.
Will Book C, pg. 330, Culpeper Co., VA.
!2. Will abstracts of Madison Co., VA FHL# 975.538 P23 pg. 119. An earlier
researcher, Oscar H. Hurt (now deceased) saw him as possibly the husband
of Maria Louisa Broaddus, md. in Caroline Co. and she d. in Culpeper Co
on 15 Jul 1888. See FHL # 0854152 item 2 pg. 23.
!3. IGI F846333
!4. William was listed as one of the appraisers of the estate of Augustine
Lillard 10 Mar 1803. FHL# 0032570, Madison Co. VA Circuit Court Will Bk 1
pg. 411.
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