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 Posted: Thu Apr 30th, 2009 08:34 pm
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We must be cousins. Here are my Hurley ancestors: Amos Hurley (1750-1817), Josiah Allen Hurley (1783-1860), Thomas Jefferson Hurley (1804-1841), Asa C. Hurley (1831-1881), Martha Callie (or Caldonia) Hurley (1858-1903). She was my great-grandmother. The name Thomas seems to show up in almost every Hurley generation. 

It appears that the Hurleys came to Pittsburg Landing as part of a group from Chatham County, North Carolina.

I don't know of any Hurley connection to the church at Shiloh, but that doesn't mean anything. I don't know much about the Hurley family.

If Asa Hurley is in your line, he fought at Shiloh and was taken prisoner by the Union army. If you know anything about his experience, I'd love to hear it.

John

 

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