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Hurst and allied families

by John Simeon Hurst
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
  • Lancaster, Texas : Helen Reeves Hurst, c1984
  • Dallas, Texas : Helen Reeves Hurst,
xxix, 334 p. : ill., coat of arms, facsims., maps, ports.

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Title cover.

Includes index.

Includes variant spellings Hyrste, Hirste, Hyrst, Hurse, Hurste and Hearst as well as Crouch, Davidson, Human, King, Sharp, Weesner and other related families.

Tobias Hurst immigrated to Elizabeth City, Virginia from England in 1608. James, William, Thomas, and John were others who followed. Captain John Hurst fought in the Revolutionary War. Simeon Hurst (1817-1864) and his wife, Jane Human (1809-1861) had eight children whose descendants have scattered into most of the United States.

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