I looked in the following - and found nothing. Forty Years of Convict Labour in Bermuda - by Hallett Bermuda Settlers of the 17th Century - by Mercer Bermuda Index A/K - (info taken from old newspapers) - by Hallett
Early Bermuda Wills - by Hallett page 300 - HURT
HURT, Daniel Place - 1809, April 19 - W13:165 admin of estate of William Lander.
HURT, John - 1672, Dec. 28 - 1673, June 19 - W1:165 Sg. exec of will of Dorothy MOORE, Sg - (Sg = St.George's Parish).
HURT, John - 1708, Sept. 24 - W4:23 attests to accuracy of inventory of estate of James BROWN.
HURT, John - 1747, Jan. 31 - 1748, Jan. 10 - W12a:480 Mariner, Bermuda, children: Ellen, Samuel, William, Love WHARTON. Exec: none named wit: James GRAISBURY, John CHARITO, John HAYWARD.
HURT, Love - 1766, June 26 - W12a:516 lives with friend Norwood HALL, Hamilton Parish (his will).
HURT, Mary - 1672, Aug. 1 - W1:167 grand-daughter of John WILSON, Paget Parish.
HURT, Seth - 1811, Mar. 21 - Add4:177 Hamilton Parish, deceased, int, admin of his estate to John J. TUCKER.
HURT,William - 1799, Nov. 25 - Ad3:163 St. George's Parish, deceased, int, admin of his estate to Thomas SEON.
Now I will look for info in Early Bermuda Records - by Hallett - Baptims, marriages and burials. Note please that registration of births and deaths were not done until abt. 1866.Church Records are the only source of info.