Person:Adam Hurlburt (1)

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m. 25 Dec 1735
  1. Adam Hurlburt1736 - ABT 1828
  2. Mabel Hurlburt1738 -
  3. Israel Hurlburt1740 -
m. 1765
  1. Wait HurlburtABT 1777 - 1852
Facts and Events
Name Adam Hurlburt
Gender Male
Birth? 24 OCT 1736 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States
Christening[14] 24 OCT 1736 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 1765 Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, USAto Rebecca Booth
Other? ABT 1786 Move
Death[14] ABT 1828 Underhill, Chittenden, Vermont, USA
Other? Military Service

Adam Hurlburt was captain of an alarm company that turned out to repel the British attack on New Haven. During the latter part of the war he was stationed in Vermont near Lake Champlain and after the war was over (about 1786) he brought his family to Underhill VT.

Adam was one of the eight men who founded the first church (now the United Church) in Underhill.

References
  1.   United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.).

    http://www.fold3.com/image/#1|17852283

    Pension Letter for Blakely, James:
    "... he was drafted for a month into the Company commanded by Capt Adam Hurlburt"

  2.   United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.).

    http://www.fold3.com/image/#24617017

    "Department of the Interior
    Bureau of Pensions
    ...
    Claim Number: 27.204.40.50 Weight Hurlburt
    ...
    Soldier: Adam Hurlburt
    Serv: Rev
    ...
    Remarks:
    No ?? ??
    " " " Wid.
    " " " bounty land
    found May 6/02"

  3.   Campaign of 1756, in Connecticut Historical Society Collections, Volumes VIII-IX, XI, XIII, XV-XVII, and XIX. (Hartford, CT, USA: Connecticut Historical Society, 1901-1921), vol 9 page 146.

    "CAMPAIGN OF 1756
    THIRD COMPANY - MAJ. HINMAN.
    ...
    Name: Adam Hurlburt
    Time of Inlistment: Apr 20
    Discharged: Nov 20"

    http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/SingleIndexIndView.aspx?ix=ia_collectionsofcon09conn&hpp=1&rf=*,z*&qt=i&zpage=324&highlight=Adam%2cHurlburt%2c0

  4.   History of Chittenden County, Vermont: with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. (Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., 1886), 693.

    "Ecclesiatical History- The Congregational Church was organized in the town in December, 1801, by Rev. Ebenezer Kingsbury of Jericho. The original members were Adam Hurlburt, ..."

    http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/SingleIndexIndView.aspx?ix=ia_cu31924028837536&hpp=1&rf=*,z*&qt=i&zpage=801&highlight=Adam%2cHurlburt%2c0

  5.   Vol 11 page 190, in The American genealogist : a monthly magazine of genealogy and local history. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1958).
  6.   Record of Eli Eastman, in United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.).

    http://www.fold3.com/image/#17227711

    "That on the 2nd day of April 1779 Captain Adam Hurlburt received an order on the treasurer for the amount of his payroll militia at Horseneck Alarms L 5.9.1-
    That on the 13th day of September 1779 Captain Adam Hurlburt received an order on the treasurer for the amount of his payroll New Haven Alarm L 82.12.0-
    That on the 1st day of December 1780 Captain Adam Hurlburt received an order on the treasurer for the amount payroll for service at Horseneck L81.2.7-
    No payroll found of said service
    - Certified by Rodger Huntington
    Comptroller of Public Accounts"

  7.   Wait Hurlburt, in United States. Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Application Files. (Washington D.C.).

    http://www.fold3.com/image/#24617021

    Paraphrase of letter from George B Hurlburt about his grandfather's (Waite Hurlburt) service in war of 1812 and his great grandfather's service in revolution. Letter is looking into land grants. "Adam was a captain I think in the Commissary Department, and I think, enlisted from Conn., but afterward moved to Underhill, VT. ... Our family lost a letter in a fire which destroyed the old homestead once, a number of years ago. The letter was signed by George Washington, recommending Adam for a pension and stating his services."

  8.   Adam Hurlburt, in Daughters of the American Revolution. Genealogical Research System.
  9.   Rolls and lists of Connecticut men in the Revolution, 1775-1783. (Hartford, Connecticut: Connecticut Historical Society, 1901), pgs 209,.

    pg 209 - Militia Regiments 1779 - Capt Adam Hurlbut
    pg 225 - fillin
    pg 226 - Service in Westchester
    Dates: 1779 Apr 2
    Bills & Acct: Capt Adam Hurlbut
    Comments: Col John Meads Regt

  10.   Johnston, Henry Phelps (editor). Record of Connecticut men in the military and naval service during the War of the Revolution, 1775-1783. (Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1889), 548.
  11.   History of Chittenden County, Vermont: with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers. (Syracuse, N.Y.: D. Mason & Co., 1886), 690.

    http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/SingleIndexIndView.aspx?ix=ia_cu31924028837536&hpp=1&rf=*,z*&qt=i&zpage=794&highlight=Adam%2cHurlburt%2c0

    "Adam Hurlbut, from Roxbury, Conn., settled upon the farm now owned by Charles Prior and C. L. Graver, in 1789. He subsequently made the first settlement on the farm lately owned by his grandson, Wait Hurlburt."

  12.   HURLBUT - HURLBURT Genealogy.

    http://www.hurlbut.info/ght/gp990.htm#head3

    Lists Adam's parents, spouses, children on hurlburt/hurlbut family website

  13.   Claud McMillan. History of My People and Yours, including the Families of Nicholas Lake, 69.

    http://www.worldvitalrecords.com/SingleIndexIndView.aspx?ix=qcdl141_lake&hpp=1&rf=*,z*&qt=i&zpage=99&highlight=Adam%2cHurlburt%2c0

    """

    The volume/page numbers above refer to "History of Woodbury, Connecticut; 3 Volumes" by Cotherns
    Vol. 1, page 211. THE ANSWER. To Capt. David Leavenworth
    and Capt. Jon'a Brown (no date). "We whose names are hereunto
    Subscribed do Voluntarily Enlist and Engage ourselves to Serve
    in a Company of Volunteers to be raised in Pursurance of his Execl-
    lency George Washington Requistion to General Parsons and to
    abide by and conform ourselves in every respect agreeable to the
    within Mentioned Plan, exhibited for this Purpose. (Signed by)
    Adam Hurlburt, Lonwill Hurd, Ezra Lacey, Moses Hurd, Aaron
    Hall, David Leavenworth, John C. Cade, EDWARD LAKE, Wm.
    Tolerance, Samuel Hurd, Ebenezer Lacey, Abijah Brunson, Issacher
    Norton, John Mallory, Ebinizer Thomas, Curtis Hurd, David Booth,
    John Baker, Thos. Torrence, George Morton, Nathan Rumsey,
    Eldad Baker.""
    """

  14. 14.0 14.1 http://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?u=1&num=108&seq=74&view=image&size=100&id=wu.89064902273, in Hurlbut, Henry Higgins. The Hurlbut Genealogy: or, Record of the Descendants of Thomas Hurlbut Of Saybrook and Wethersfield, Conn., Who Came to America As Early As the Year 1637, with Notices of Others Not Identified As His Descendants. (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 1888), 108-9, 1888, Secondary quality.

    347. Adam Hurlburt (Moses-4, Joseph Jr-3, Joseph-2, Thomas-1) bap. in Woodbury, CT, 24-Oct, 1736. ...