LLOYD HURLBERT WEB PAGE OF HIS FAMILY ORIGINS.
Listed hear are my endeavors to list the Hurlbert's Family's,
that goes back as far as the 1300 in England.
Most of my data has come from the book of the
HURLBUT GENEALOGY by: Henry H. Hurlbut
The book was published in the year of 1888
Starting with the lineage of: Thomas Hurlbut,
He immigrated to the America in the year of 1637.
If there is any mistakes or updates please advise.
Last Updated 19/Sep/2012
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HURLBERT'S FAMILY TREE
The, Hurlbert / Hurlbut Genealogy and record of the decendants of,THOMAS HURLBUT OF SAY BROOK AND WETHERSFIELD, CONN. He came to America as early as the year 1637.
With notices of others not identified as his descendants.
Book: The HURLBUT GENEALOGY
BY: HENRY H. HURLBUT,
Compiler: CHICAGO ANTIQUITIES.[A.D.1637.] ALBANY, N.Y.
JOEL MUNSELL'S SONS, PUBLISHERS in 1888
PREFACE. Page. 02
IT was not altogether intentional, this becoming the historian of the family here essayed to be shown genealogically. To explain let me say; incidentally making inquiry for some one to look at sundry records of Middlesex county, Conn., for the purpose of learning the names of certain of my own line of progenitors, I was referred to the late Hon. Edwin Stearns of Middletown, Conn. This gentleman having a taste for such research, an extensive acquaintance and an ample library to consult, and with leisure also, offered to collect, for a mere nominal compensation, all the facts relating to our family, readily attainable in that neighborhood, from public or private records, from living witnesses and printed books. It is scarcely necessary to say that I requested him to proceed, and the result was (excepting some error's and inaccuracies) a fair beginning for a genealogical history of the descendants of our paternal emigrant ancestor, comprising several hundred names. Having thus formed for me the groundwork or foundation upon which I might build, should the materials be tolerably well gathered, a somewhat colossal superstructure, I very naturally, as genealogists at least will understand. fell into the desire of knowing something more of the matter. It is perhaps unfortunate, that some other of the family (in place of leaving it for the Present compiler) had not at an earlier period, say a half century before, caught the mania for doing this genealogy. One with the proper zeal and plenty of pocket money to pay expense of travel, might have saved from the mists of oblivion, not a few now Lost branches, and regarding particularly the earlier generations, a more complete record.
PREFACE. Page. 03
But if the compiler of this volume at length voluntarily assumed the self-sacrificing office, he can perhaps have little cause for complaint, if in the twenty-five years past, he has appropriated much time and labor to the work, including thousands of letters written, and withal not a few dollars expended, for which he must of necessity, be in great part a loser.
Upon the whole, I think that the families herein displayed may very reasonably feel themselves obliged to me for the service; yet at the risk of losing half the credit for the philanthropy of the thing, I will be frank enough to say, that had not the research been a pleasurable pursuit, there would be no occasion for a vote of thanks to the undersigned, by the present generation, nor by the many which will no doubt succeed it.
It is proper here to mention the fact that the name of our family has gained, or suffered no Less then Thirteen various mutations in form since the settlement of our early ancestor at WETHERSFIELD, Ct., some 250 years ago. The fancies, I believe, of some have occasion. ally wrought changes for which the excuse does not appear. It was necessary for the compiler to adopt in this volume, some common form of the name, and whether he has judged properly and hit upon the true, original orthography or not is yet perha
- Langenstein Family Reunion Sept. 05, 1999 (64 KB)
Photo_B Taken By Faye Ford:-)
Billy & Sammie Anglin
- Langenstein Family Reunion Sept. 05, 1999 (64 KB)
Group Photo_C was taken by Faye Ford
- Lloyd L. Hurlbert (38 KB)
This photo was taken in 1973
- Langenstein Family Reunion Sept. 05, 1999 (93 KB)
Photo_D By Faye Ford:-)
Nicole & Jerry Hurlbert
- Langenstein Family Reunion Sept. 05, 1999 (63 KB)
Photo_E By Faye Ford:-)
Patty, Norma, Faye
- Ella Hurlbert (22 KB)
This photo was taken about 1995 in New Orleans, LA. Ella is Lloyd L.Hurlbert Step Mother and Half sister Karen.
- Langenstein Family Reunion, Sept. 05, 1999 (51 KB)
Photo_F was taken by Faye Ford:-)
Lloyd & Jerry Hurlbert
- Langenstein Family Reunion, Sept. 05, 1999 (38 KB)
Photo_G by Faye Ford:-)
Jerry & Diane Hall
- Mildred (Langinstein) Hurlbert (94 KB)
Mildred was about 20 years old in this photo.
She is the mother of; Lloyd "Lee", Jake, and Jerry
- Langenstein Family Reunion Sept. 05, 1999 (84 KB)
Photo_H was taken by Faye Ford:-)
Lester Bostic ? (:-(
- Mildred Langenstein Abt.20 (4 KB)
Milderd married, Lloyd V. Hurlbert there union brought forth three sons, Lloyd, Jake and Jerry
- Langenstein Family Reunion, Sept. 05, 1999 (56 KB)
Photo_I was taken by Fay Ford:-)
Ole & Betty Powell
I never receved a family tree update from Ole.
- Lloyd V. Hurlbert Abt.80 (29 KB)
Lloyd V. Hurlbert in his golden years. His first marrige was to Mildered Langenstein. They had three children, Lloyd L., Jake and Jerry.
This photo was taken about 1997.
- Langenstein Family Reunion, Sept. 05, 1999 (34 KB)
Photo_J was taken by Faye Ford:-)
- Family Reunion in Magnolia, Mis. Sept. 05, 1999 (70 KB)
Group Photo_A taken by Fay Ford
- Langenstein Family Reunion, Sept. 05, 1999 (58 KB)
Photo_K was taken by Fay Ford:-)
Dau. & Elaine Weigand