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Fielding Hurst.

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

Fielding Hurst.

by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary

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Published by [s.n.] in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesJudiciary, Hurst, Fielding
    SeriesH.rp.820
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination1 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15955097M

    Henry was a Baptist minister, Ref: Will Book C, pages 23 + 24, Fleming County, Kentucky. Henry Hurst will dated 5 Jan lists: Wife, Ann Hurst; sons, Fielding.   It was once quite beautiful. Hurst Mansion was built by Fielding Hurst. He was a prominent man before the Civil War, but became known as the “boogie man” during the War. He was against seceding the Union and became a colonel for the north. Hurst owned a great deal of property and that area was once known as Hurst Nation.

    Always look for author signed books. An author signature (by a significant and recognized writer) can mean an increase in value of ten times or more the ordinary value of the book in most cases. For example, as stated above, an unsigned copy of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night without a dust jacket might bring around $ With a. QVZFV4T4PWMW» eBook» Hursts Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.S.A. Get PDF HURSTS WURST: COLONEL FIELDING HURST AND THE SIXTH TENNESSEE CAVALRY U.S.A. Read PDF Hursts Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.S.A. Authored by Kevin D. McCann Released at - Filesize: MB.

    This book explores Breckenridge's struggles in organizing and equipping the regiment while working in the shadow of its commander, Col. Fielding Hurst, who used it to exact revenge against secessionists in southwest Tennessee. It is the first full-length study of .   On the 12th of February , the entire amount, $, was paid into the hands of Colonel Fielding Hurst by the citizens of Jackson, Tennessee.” The report continued with the charge that Hurst’s command had been guilty of the murder of several Confederates who had been taken prisoner, and that Hurst and his men were not entitled to.


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Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee (Federal) Cavalry. likes 1 talking about this. A history of the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry, a regiment of Followers: It meant placing their lives and those of their families in peril and withstanding verbal and physical persecution from their friends and neighbors.

Fielding Hurst raised a regiment of fellow Southern Unionists called the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry with men from Decatur, Gibson, Hardin, McNairy, Perry, Wayne, and Weakley counties.4/5(14).

Five companies of the 6th Tennessee Union Cavalry were formed out of the "Nation," and Fielding Hurst, accompanied by his two negro servants, Lloyd and Sam, assumed command on Aug The progression from training to scouting to terrorism Fielding Hurst.

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(US) “I learn a Mr. Chandler, cal ling himself a Captain, a brother-in-law of Fielding Hurst, is levying contributions upon the citizens of McNairy Co., Tenn essee, amounting to $50, Hurst has already taken about $, out of West Tennessee in blackmail.

Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee (Federal) Cavalry. likes. A history of the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry, a regiment of Southerners who. On this day in history, Colonel Fielding Hurst of the Sixth Tennessee (U.S.) Cavalry was captured by Confederate soldiers near Somerville, Tennessee inbut he escaped when his men came back for him.

Below is an excerpt from my book Hurst’s Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.S.A. (pages ). Fielding Hurst has become the Boogeyman of McNairy County, Tennessee.

He is a “monster” and a “demon”and his insidious reputation grows more brutal and bloodier with the passage of time. His evil deeds are magnified and sensationalized for dramatic effect to.

Col. Fielding Hurst of Tennessee: Mitzie 54 Hurst migration from NC to AL: n2research: 0 Hurst Marriages - Michigan: nchantler: 18 Hurst lineage book: M. 2 Found box of Hurst family letters and photos: Monica Peck: 9 Purdy, Tennessee is a rural unincorporated community mi ( km) northeast of Selmer in McNairy County,Purdy was the county seat of McNairy County.

Failed development in the s kept the community rural thereafter, without industries, major business ventures or tourism. Not every brave son of the South fought against Northern aggression during the American Civil War.

Some took a different stand and defended the Stars and Stripes rather than the Stars and Bars. It meant placing their lives and those of their families in danger against the persecution of their former friends and neighbors.

Fielding Hurst raised a volunteer regiment of fellow. Some of the Hursts in my lineage are Col. Fielding Hurst who served in the American Civil War as a Union officer living in Purdy,TN. Some other names are Elijah Hurst, David Hurst.

Chapman Synnet,"Chap", Hurst, who is my great-great grandfather. My Great-Grandmother was Della Hurst, who married Jesse Moore. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Hurst's Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.

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i have 3 of the hurst books, plus the hursts of shenandoah book. some of these books will be available at the reunion,except for the hurst of shenandoah exact location is little hatchie primative baptist church,masseyville community, hwy. bethel springs, tn Hurst's Wurst book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Not every brave son of the South fought against Northern aggression during t /5(12). A trailer for the book "Hurst's Wurst: Colonel Fielding Hurst and the Sixth Tennessee Cavalry U.S.A." about a regiment of Southerners from southwest Tennessee who fought for the Union during the.

Fielding Hurst is definitely a polarizing figure in West Tennessee. Atrocities were committed against soldiers and civilians on both sides throughout the war. How you view Hurst and his cavalry likely depends on which side your ancestors fought. Hurst was the kind of book that keeps me reading well into the night, partly because I have read several books of that genre but they have all been set in the United States.

It was just a neat new way to experience a post-apocalyptic world/5. Skip navigation Sign in. Search. Career:ERA, SO, P, AllStar, RedSox/Padres/t:L, 1x CG Leader, born in UT   Page 8 - Research Hurst in the Surnames forums onthe new GenForum!

6th Tennessee Cavalry and Fielding Hurst By Kevin McCann Octo at If anyone might be interested in the 6th Tennessee Cavalry and/or its leader, Colonel Fielding Hurst, I've just published the fourth edition of my book HURST'S WURST: COLONEL FIELDING HURST AND THE SIXTH TENNESSEE CAVALRY U.S.A.