Person:Wait Hurlburt (1)

m. 1765
  1. Wait HurlburtABT 1777 - 1852
m. 4 JAN 1810
  1. Charles S. Hurlburt1823 - 1886
Facts and Events
Name Wait Hurlburt
Alt Name Weight Hurlburt
Gender Male
Birth? ABT 1777 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, United States
Marriage 4 JAN 1810 Franklin, Franklin, Vermont, USAto Charity Schufeldt
Death? 10 NOV 1852 Underhill, Chittenden, Vermont, United States
Military[1][4] Military Service in War of 1812
Burial[2] North Underhill Cemetery, Underhill, Chittenden, Vermont, United States

Waite was a sergeant in Captain Birney's Company of Dixon's Vermont Regiment in the War of 1812. He was wounded at the battle of Plattsburg.

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

    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."

  2. Find A Grave, Weight Hurlburt.

    Weight Hurlburt
    Nov 10, 1852
    In he 66th year of his age

  3.   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), 651.*,z*&qt=i&zpage=651&highlight=Wait%2cHurlburt%2c0

    Connecticut Pensioners, Act of 1818, Residing in Vermont
    "Name: Hurlburt, Wait
    Rank: Priv"

    Editorial note: Not clear if this is this Wait Hurlburt as a pensioner due to his father's service in revolution and his service in war of 1812; not that he was in the revolution himself. Or this might be a diferent Wait Hurlburt (although the move to Vt supports it being this Wait).

  4. War of 1812 - See notes