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Searching for information on Albert Hurt born 1843 in Kentucky. He was the son of Samuel Hurt born 1812 Cumberland Co Ky died 12/1884 in Metcalfe CO KY, and Millicent Peremelia Franklin. Albert had the following siblings:Elziabeth Hurt 1838,John W. Hurt 1842,Martha Jane Hurt 1844, James Hurt 1845, Richard Hurt 1848, Nancy J. Hurt 185, William Walker Hurt 08/04/1852-10/30/1932, Samuel Francis 1856,Lewis F. 1858. I am looking to see if Albert ever married and had children and a possible death date. Thank you for any help Crystal

Surnames: FRANKLIN HURT
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on 2007-04-13 23:23:18

CrystalEng , from Kentucky, has been a Family Tree Circles member since May 2006. is researching the following names: ENGLAND, DORTON, GIBSON and 46 other(s).

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by dora_coffman on 2007-04-16 03:01:32

1860 United States Federal Census
about Albert Hurt
Name: Albert Hurt
Age in 1860: 17
Birth Year: abt 1843
Birthplace: Kentucky
Home in 1860: District 2, Cumberland, Kentucky
Gender: Male
Post Office: Burksville
Value of real estate: View image

Household Members: Name Age
Saml Hurt
48
Permelia Hurt
43
John W Hurt
21
Albert Hurt
17
James Hurt
15
Richd Hurt
12
Wm W Hurt
7
Saml Hurt
4
Lewis Hurt
2
W J Hurt
9



Then I found a family tree with him in it.....

Albert Hurt
Parents: Samuel Hurt & Millicent P Franklin
Birth: ABT 1842

Death: BET 1862 AND 1865
reported to have died in Civil War


I don't beleive this is correct. This is why.

He applied for pension benefits and the pension stated he was mustered out.
Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934
about Albert Hurt
Name: Albert Hurt
State Filed: Kentucky


He had Peremelia as his next of kinn. (His mother)

This was the regiment he was in.
American Civil War Regiments
Regiment: 13th Cavalry Regiment KY
Date Mustered: 10 Jan 1865
Regiment Type: Cavalry
Enlisted Died of Disease or Accident: 1
Officers Died of Disease or Accident: 9
Enlisted Killed or Mortally Wounded: 1
Regimental Soldiers and History: List of Soldiers

Regimental History
Thirteenth Cavalry
KENTUCKY
(1-YEAR)


Thirteenth Cavalry. -- Col., Tames W. Weatherford, Lieut.-
Col., John A. Morrison; Majs., Harrison M. Hurt, Ferdinand D.
Rigney, George W. Sweeney.

The condition of affairs in eastern and southern Kentucky led
to the formation of a regiment at Columbia in the summer of
1863, and it became the 13th Ky. Cavalry. The men were
familiar with the country and the regiment was employed mainly
in that section.

It went at once into active duty, even while in process of
formation and before it was mustered into service, which was
Dec. 23, 1863. On Dec. 6 three scouting parties of 100 men
each were sent out, one to cross Cumberland River at
Creelsboro, one at Celina, and one at Burkesville.

Fifteen of the raiding enemies called guerrillas were killed,
23 captured, and their horses taken. On March 23, 1864, the
regiment still being on duty in the same station, Gen. Hobson
reported that some of its men under Maj. Rigney had fought
with Col. Hamilton on the Cumberland River and captured him
and 12 of his gang.

On May 14 Col. Weatherford reported from Burkesville that he
had encountered the enemy at the Wolf River, lost 2 men killed
and others wounded, and captured 8 prisoners, including a
captain. On Sept. 16 the regiment was ordered to concentrate
at Mt. Sterling with the other troops under Gen. Hobson, Cols.
Brown, Hanson and others, for the expedition to Saltville, Va.

It participated in this campaign and was engaged in all its
severe fighting and hard marching. In the battle at Saltville
the regiment lost 4 men killed and 13 wounded. Returning from
this expedition, the regiment was at Mt. Sterling, Lexington
and Crab Orchard.

It remained at Camp Nelson on duty until Jan. 10, 1865, when
it was mustered out on account of expiration of term of
service.

Source: The Union Army, vol. 4, p. 355

Battles Fought

Fought on 25 January 1864.
Fought on 25 February 1864 at Newberry, KY.
Fought on 29 February 1864.
Fought on 05 April 1864.
Fought on 11 April 1864.
Fought on 30 April 1864 at Scottsville, KY.
Fought on 17 June 1864.
Fought on 14 September 1864.
Fought on 02 October 1864 at Saltville, VA.
Fought on 07 October 1864 at Saltville, VA.
Fought on 21 November 1864.
Fought on 08 December 1864.

by dora_coffman on 2007-04-16 03:10:45

I can't find him anywhere after the civil war. Maybe his mother applied to receive the pension for him. Because I really cannot find him anywhere. Good luck

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