Our American Family - Person Sheet
Our American Family - Person Sheet
NameLawrence HURT 24
Birth Dateabt 1543
Birth PlaceAshbourne, Derbyshire, ENGLAND?
FatherChristopher HURT (1510-)
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1551
Birth PlaceAshbourne, Derbyshire, ENGLAND?
Family ID3442
Marr Date4 Oct 1572
Marr PlaceAshborne, Derbyshire, ENGLAND
ChildrenJuliana (?-)
 Alisia (?-)
 Georgius (?-)
 John (~1581-)
Notes for Lawrence HURT
(1) The Genealogist Quarterly, new series, Vol VII pg 144, FHL# 496967
(2) Parish Register of Ashborne, Derby, England, FHL# 1041048
(3) information found on internet on 4 Aug 1998. www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Karen-A-Smith/ODT1-0001.html Karen Adele Smith, 212 Woodlawn Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803; e-mail: cfhs@voicenet.com
(4) Aug 2003: IGI - One entry has name as Lawrentius HURT. Marriage date given as 4 Oct 1573 and marriage place given as Middle or Dove Green United Methodist or Free Church, Seiston, Nottingham, England. One entry has birth date as 1569.
Notes for Cesilia (Spouse 1)
(1) The Genealogist Quarterly, new series, Vol VII pg 144, FHL# 496967
(2) Parish Register of Ashborne, Derby, England, FHL# 1041048
(3) information found on internet on 4 Aug 1998. www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Karen-A-Smith/ODT1-0001.html Karen Adele Smith, 212 Woodlawn Road, Wilmington, Delaware 19803; e-mail: cfhs@voicenet.com
(4) Aug 2003: IGI - One entry has name as Cecilia SMITH.
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