Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Tombstone Tuesday - Andrew J.R. Hurley

Andrew J.R. Hurley
Nov. 19, 1814
May 5, 1854
Buried in the Hurley- Dickerson Cemetery east of Burna (Livingston County) on Mitchell Road near Ralph Hardin Road. This cemetery is almost destroyed with only a few tombstones surviving. Tombstone photographed and submitted by Marty Hodge, Marion, Kentucky.
Andrew J.R. Hurley is identified as a child and heir of Moses Hurley in Livingston County Deed Book HH, pages 278-279. In that deed dated 19 January 1846, William T. Hurley, Andrew J.R. Hurley, George C. Hurley, Wiley Spell and wife Cynthia (late Hurley), children of Moses Hurley Dec'd convey  land in Livingston County to Dickson G. Hurley, also a child of Moses Hurley.
Andrew J.R. Hurley married Miss Messenniah J. Asher 31 October 1839 Livingston County. They appear with their children on the 1850 Livingston County census. Livingston County Vital Statistics records the death of Andrew J.R. Hurley.  It states he was born on the Smithland-Salem Road and was the son of Moses and Catharine Hurley.
Published 29 October 2013, Western Kentucky Genealogy Blog, http://wkygenealogy.blogspot.com/

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