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THE ANCIENT HISTORY OF THE DISTINGUISHED SURNAME HURLOCK

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The Saxon Chronicle is a manuscript which was painstakingly researched by monks of the 10th century and now dwells in the British Museum. Emerging through the Chronicles of history is one of the oldest family names, Hurlock and the distinguished history of this surname is interwoven into the tapestry of the history of England.

Historical analysts have used many sources in the preparation of your history such as the Domesday Book, the records and other ancient documents and found the first record of the name Hurlock, in Essex where they were seated from very ancient times, some say well before the Norman Conquest and the arrival of Duke William at Hastings in 1066 A. D.

The Surname Hurlock, was found in the archives, the name was sometimes revealed as Harlow, Harlowe, Harlaw, Harlawe, and these changes in spelling occurred even between father and son. It was not uncommon, for example, for a person to be born with one spelling variation, married with another, and for yet another to appear on his gravestone. Scribes spelt the name the way it sounded as it was told to them. From century to century spellings changed.

The family name Hurlock was found to be descended from the Saxon race. The Saxons were a fair skinned people led by the brothers General/Commanders Hengist and Horsa, who settled in England from about the year 400 A.D. They settled firstly on the south east coast, coming from the Rhine Valley. They spread north and westward from Kent and during the next four hundred years forced the Ancient Britons back into Wales and Cornwall to the west, Cumbria and Scotland to the north. The Angles held the eastern coastline, the south folk in Suffolk, the north folk inn Norfolk. Under Anglo/Saxon five century rule the nation divided into five separate kingdoms, a high king being elected as supreme ruler. Alfred the Great emerged in the 9th century as the Saxon leader to dispel the Danish invasion.

England, by 1066, was ably led by Harold, King of the Saxons and was enjoying reasonable peace and prosperity. The Norman invasion from France under Duke William of Normandy, and their victory at the Battle of Hastings, found Saxon land owners to be forfeited their land. William, with an army of 40,000, drove north, wasting the northern counties. Both rebellious Norman nobles and Saxons fled over the border into Scotland. Those Saxons who remained were restive under Norman rule, and many moved northward to the midlands, Lancashire and Yorkshire where Norman influence prevailed less.

The family name Hurlock emerged as a notable English family name in the county of Essex where they were recorded as a family of great antiquity seated with manor and estates in that shire, about 23 miles from London. By 1273 they had moved northward into Northampton where Nicholas Harlow held the manor of Preston, and they also moved north to Northumberland, then across the border into Peebleshire. Sir Matthew Harlaw rendered homage to King Edward 1st in 1296 during his brief conquest of Scotland. They established a town mansion at Grey's Inn in London. Notable amongst the family at this time was Harlow of Essex.

The next two or three centuries found the surname Hurlock flourishing and contributing greatly to the culture of the nation. During the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries England was ravaged by religious conflict. Protestantism, the newly found political fervour of Cromwellianmism, and the remnants of the Roman Church rejected all but the most ardent followers. As each group gained power during tese turbulent times many were burnt at the stake but many more were banished from the land, losing their titles, estates and status. Many families were freely "encouraged" to migrate to Ireland, or to the "colonies". Some were rewarded with grants of lands, others were indentured as servants for as long as ten years.

In Ireland they became known as the "Adventurers for land in Ireland". They were government sponsored Protestant settlers who "undertook" to keep their faith, being granted lands previously owned by the Catholic Irish for only nominal payment. They were also known as the "Undertakers". There is no evidence that the family name migrated to Ireland, but this does not preclude the possibility of their scattered migration to that country.

These unsettling times were disturbing and the New World beckoned the adventurous. They migrated, some voluntarily from Ireland, some by Army service, but mostly directly from England, their home territories. Some also moved to the European continent. Members of the family name Hurlock sailed aboard the armada of small sailing ships known as the "White Sails" which plied the stormy Atlantic. These overcrowded ships were pestilence ridden, sometimes 30% to 40% of the passenger list never reaching their destination, their numbers decimated by sickness and the elements. Many were buried at sea.

Included amongst the first migrants who settled in North America which could be considered a kinsman of the surname Hurlock, or a variable spelling of that family name was John Harlow settled in Virginia in 1619 before the "Mayflower"; Anthony Harlow settled in Virginia in 1623; Mary Harlow settled in Maryland in 1722; Stephen Harlowe settled in Virginia in 1636.

The east coast ports were crowded. From the port of entry many settlers trekked their way west, joining the wagon trains to the prairies or to the west coast. During the American War of Independence, many loyalists made their way west, joinin the wagon trains to the prairies or to the west coast. During the American War of Independence, many loyalists made their way north to Canada about 1790, and became known as the United Empire Loyalists. They were granted equivalent lands along the banks of the St. Lawrence River and in the Niagara Peninsula. Contemporary notables of the surname Hurlock, include many distinguished contributors Harry Harlow, American Psychologist.

Research has determined the above Coat of Arms to be the most ancient recorded for the family surname Hurlock.

Horlock and Hurlock are variants of Harlock which was originally a nickname for someone with grey hair.

The drink Horlicks takes its name from James Horlick, an English Pharmacist and his brother William Horlick who founded the Horlicks Milk Company in 1885.

There are a number of people called Horlock in the Blandford area.

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Elizabeth (Kemp) and LeRoy Hurlock

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Hurlock Branch Library, Hurlock, Maryland

The First Hurlocks on the Eastern Shore

The first Hurlocks came to Maryland in the late 1600's. They included:

1. Edward Harlock was "transported 1653"

2. George Harlock "service 1667"

3. Richard Hurlock was "transported Nov. 1668"

4. Joseph Hurlock was "transported 1671-1673"

5. Abraham Hurlock immigrated in 1676 (Lib 15 Folio 544). His wife was named Sarah, and they are believed to have had at least three sons;

James Hurlock

John Hurlock

Abraham Hurlock.

6. William Hurlock "transported 1678"

Those who immigrated paid their own passage to the New World. Those "transported" were indentured, and the person who transported them received compensation for bringing on settlers, usually a grant of land. George Harlock is listed as "service," which means he was entitled to claim 50 acres of land upon completing his indentured service.

Also found was a record for Thomas Harlock, who was born in 1659, and married to Sarah Marchant.

Of these early Hurlocks, Abraham is the only one who appears in subsequent records. In the late 1600's and early 1700's the Hurlock's appear in Talbot County. Eventually some migrated to Dorchester County. Some of these early Hurlock's include:

JAMES HURLOCK who married Sarah Ford of Talbot County, 19 Dec. 1710, St. Peter's Parish, Talbot County. James Hurlock appears in the will of Ambrose Ford, Sarah's father. The will lists Ambrose Ford as a planter in Talbot Co. Will is dated 8 Mar 1722, probated 2 Apr 1723. He leaves his estate to Eliza Hurlock and George Hurlock (children of James Hurlock) and to his brother Thomas Ford. Papers in the Maryland Genealogical Society library name Abraham Hurlock as the father of this James Hurlock. These papers are not documented, however.

ABRAHAM HURLOCK married Elizabeth Walker daughter of Daniel Walker Sr. This relationship is identified in Daniel's will of 1702, Talbot Co. An Abraham Hurlock of St. Michael's River, had a son, Abraham Hurlock born 29 Jan 1701/2, christened 18 Sept 1702, St. Michael's Parish, in Talbot Co.

The following are listed as taxables in Talbot County in 1733:

James Hurlock in Mill Hundred district

George Hurlock in Mill Hundred district -- both are listed in the same household, along with a Robert Holms.

James Hurlock in Tuckahoe Hundred district.

Abraham Hurlock, the Immigrant

It appears that the immigrant ABRAHAM HURLOCK is the progenitor of the Hurlock families in Maryland and Delaware. From this information about the Hurlocks found in Talbot County in the early 1700's we can construct a possible genealogy.

1.1 ABRAHAM HURLOCK, who married Sarah, immigrated in 1676. Possible children include:

2.1 JAMES HURLOCK (also spelled Hollock) married 19 Dec 1710 Sarah (Sally) Ford, daughter of Ambrose Ford and Jane of Talbot Co. James and children Eliza and George are listed in the will of Ambrose Ford. Ambrose Ford died 2 Feb 1719 , his widow remarried George Cooper. James Hurlock is listed as a taxable in Talbot Co. in 1733 in the Mill Hundred District with son George. Children of James and Sarah include:

3.1 ELIZA HURLOCK

3.2 GEORGE HURLOCK

3.3 JAMES HURLOCK - also listed as a taxable in Talbot Co., Tuckahoe District, in 1733.

2.2 JOHN HURLOCK was born 1690-95; his will is dated 8 Jan 1737, proved 27 May 1738 in Dorchester County, married Martha. His will is dated 8 Jan 1737, probated 27 May 1738. Martha's will is dated 1752. John Hurlock was granted land in Dorchester Co. in 1719. John and Martha had issue of:

3.4 WILLIAM HURLOCK

3.5 JONATHAN born 1725/30, married 1746 or 1750 Sarah Thomas, born 1732, daughter of Simon Thomas and Sarah Powell. Jonathan and Sarah had issue of:

4.1 James Hurlock, Sr.

4.2 William Hurlock

4.3 Garrison Hurlock

4.4 Mitchell Hurlock

4.5 Martha (Patty) Hurlock b. 11 Mar 1774, married 21 Jan 1794 Robert Valliant, she d. 8 Jun 1848 in Obioin Co., Tenn.

3.4 DOROTHY HURLOCK (listed in her mother's will)

2.3 ABRAHAM HURLOCK married Elizabeth Walker, daughter of Daniel Walker Sr. of Talbot Co. They had at least one child:

3.6 ABRAHAM HURLOCK christened 18 Sept. 1702 in Talbot Co.

 

In addition, we find these other Hurlocks in the early 1700's.

Mary Hurlock married James Cook 2 Dec 1725, St. Peter's Parish, Talbot Co.

Sarah Hurlock married George West 29 Feb 1740, St. Peter's Parish, Talbot Co.

Elizabeth Hurlock married Henry West 9 Dec 1736, St. Peter's Parish, Talbot Co.

 

Hurlocks of Delaware and Kent County Maryland

The early Hurlocks flourished in the Dorchester County and Talbot County area. A few begin to show up first in Kent County, Delaware, in the Duck Creek District and later in Kent County, Maryland, in the later 1700's. These are probably third and fourth generations of the original Hurlocks, although no evidence has been found to link them. In Delaware, we find Hurlocks along the state line in Kent County, Duck Creek Hundred District. In Maryland, we find early Hurlocks in the Massey area -- first district of Kent County, Maryland, near the Delaware border. While no Hurlocks appear on the 1800 Kent County, Maryland, census, they begin to migrate from Delaware to Maryland just after 1800. Key to the puzzle of these Hurlocks has been the biographies of David Thomas Hurlock and his nephew Clarence Hurlock, which were published in 1898, in Portrait and Biographical Record of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Both indicate they were born on a farm near Massey, Kent Co., Maryland, first district. David Hurlock, an uncle to Clarence, names his father, Samuel Hurlock, and writes of spending his (David's) teen years with his brother in Delaware, then returning to Kent Co. Maryland to operate his Uncle John Harrington's farm. Clarence identifies his father as Samuel Hurlock, who was born in Delaware, and names his grandfather, Samuel Hurlock. This was a very close family and they named each other in their wills, which also helped to piece together this genealogy. These are among the few clues that link the Hurlocks of the late 1700s in Delaware and Kent County Maryland.

The first Hurlocks in Delaware are Jacob Hurlock, William Hurlock and Ebenezer Hurlock on the 1785 assessment rolls for the area later known as Kenton Hundred (Formed from Little Creek Hundred and Duck Creek Hundred). A William Hurlock is listed as a single man in the Kent County, Maryland Assessment of 1783. Another key in establishing the genealogy of these Hurlocks is a will for Jacob Hurlock, dated 27 Jul 1796. When the estate accounts were settled, between 29 Apr 1800 and 24 Feb 1806, Jacob's wife, Lucrecia was remarried to Samuel Green. Jacob's will names his children and links the Hurlocks of Delaware with the Hurlocks in Kent County Maryland.

The Reconstructed 1790 Census for Delaware does not include Duck Creek Hundred; however, on that census is:

John Hurlock - Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County

William Hurlock - Appoquinimink Hundred, New Castle County

Widow Hurlock - Murderkill Hundred, Kent County

Also, a William Hurlock is listed in the 1800 census for Duck Creek Hundred, Delaware, born between 1755-1774. On the same page is an Ebenezer Hurlock. It is assumed that Jacob, William and Ebenezer are all related in some way, perhaps brothers. "Widow Hurlock" could be the mother of the three.

Isaac Hurlock is the first Hurlock to appear in Kent County Maryland records. He is listed, in April, 1776, as a member of the Kent County Maryland 27th battalion under the command of Col. Donaldson Yeats, 5th Company, 6th class.

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Earl, Pearl (twins),Lizzie,Roy,Catherine,David,Arlin Hurlock

A Hurlock reunion back in the 1940's I remember my grandfather LeeRoy and his brother Earl were tap dancing on the picnic table.
I must have been about five or six.

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Arlan H., John Murphy m. to Catherine, Roy H.,Earl H.,David H, Elmer Hurlock, their father

GENEALOGY REPORT OF WILLIAM HURLOCK

Descendants of William Hurlock

Generation No. 1

1. WILLIAM1 HURLOCK was born Abt 17701, and died in Delaware. He married MARY ?.

Children of William Hurlock and Mary ? are:

2. i. ISAAC2 HURLOCK, b. January 11, 1792, Delaware; d. January 21, 1842, Hamilton County, Indiana,Riv.Cem.row21,grave12.

3. ii. JAMES HURLOCK, b. 1799, Delaware or New Jersey; d. 1834, Hamilton County, Indiana.

4. iii. EBENEZER HURLOCK, b. 1800, Delaware; d. January 24, 1849, Hamilton County, Indiana,Riv.Cem.sec.6,row20,grave7.

Generation No. 2

2. ISAAC2 HURLOCK (WILLIAM1) was born January 11, 1792 in Delaware, and died January 21, 1842 in Hamilton County, Indiana,Riv.Cem.row21,grave12. He married ANN HAZEL.

Notes

land patent information

Patentee Name, State, Issue date, Doc. Nr., Accession or Serial Nr.

Hurlock, Isaac , IN, 05-20-1825, 6257, IN0470--.100

Hurlock, Isaac, IN, 05-20-1825, 6258, IN0470--.101

Help establish the Baptist Church in Noblesville

Isaac's will dted 1-20-1842-rec.2-14-1842-executor brother Ebenezer

Children of Isaac Hurlock and Ann Hazel are:

i. MARTHA ANN3 HURLOCK, m. JABEZ W. ROSS, August 31, 1837.

ii. SEWELLSEUL HURLOCK, m. (1) MATILDA COTTINGHAM, November 14, 1847; m. (2) LYDIA GASSAWAY, August 12, 1864, Howard County.

iii. BENJAMIN HURLOCK, b. 1823; d. January 15, 1835, Hamilton County, Indiana.

5. iv. MARY JANE HURLOCK, b. 1824.

v. ISAAC HURLOCK, b. 1827; d. July 02, 1850, Hamilton County, Indiana.

3. JAMES2 HURLOCK (WILLIAM1) was born 1799 in Delaware or New Jersey, and died 1834 in Hamilton County, Indiana. He married LYDIA JAMES.

Notes

James Hurlock, Isaac Hurlock Admin. on 1-28-1834; sale 2-23-1834 will record book "A" p. 94-no will. Isaac was the Administrator of James estate. James estate sale did not include any land.

Children of James Hurlock and Lydia James are:

6. i. JOSEPH B.3 HURLOCK, b. 1823, New Jersey?.

7. ii. JAMES HURLOCK, b. 1828, Indiana.

4. EBENEZER2 HURLOCK (WILLIAM1) was born 1800 in Delaware, and died January 24, 1849 in Hamilton County, Indiana,Riv.Cem.sec.6,row20,grave7. He married SARAH CARLISLE REED December 27, 1821 in Cecil Co., Md. or Kent Co. DE.

Children of Ebenezer Hurlock and Sarah Reed are:

i. JAMES THOMAS3 HURLOCK, b. April 04, 1830, Delaware; d. December 13, 1901; m. SARAH CAYLOR, November 20, 1851.

ii. FRANCIS MARION HURLOCK, b. November 27, 1834, Hamilton County, Indiana; d. September 16, 1873, Hamilton County, Indiana, Hurlock Cem.; m. CAROLINE AGLE, April 13.

iii. MARTHA ANN HURLOCK, b. January 31, 1835; d. March 16, 1926, Matton, Coles Co. IL; m. GEORGE W. COTTINGHAM, March 20, 1860, Hamilton County, Indiana.

iv. MARIAH HURLOCK, b. March 29, 1847; d. April 20, 1883, Hamilton County, Indiana,Hurlock Cem.; m. JAMES R. CHRISTIAN, February 08, 1872, Hamilton County, Indiana.

Generation No. 3

5. MARY JANE3 HURLOCK (ISAAC2, WILLIAM1) was born 1824. She married (1) ABRAHAM HARE March 14, 1844. She married (2) MADISON BROOKS December 20, 1855.

Children of Mary Hurlock and Abraham Hare are:

i. MILTON4 HARE.

ii. MARTHA HARE, m. CALEB FISHER.

iii. SEULL HARE.

6. JOSEPH B.3 HURLOCK (JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1823 in New Jersey?. He married (1) PARTHENA REDWINE. He married (2) MARY ANN STOOPS September 07, 1845 in Hamilton County, Indiana.

Notes

sources-1860 Hamilton Co. census p.254 Noble Twp. for all

Children of Joseph Hurlock and Mary Stoops are:

i. HELEN M.4 HURLOCK, b. 1848; m. LEWIS M. YOST, April 04, 1866.

ii. EMILY M. HURLOCK, b. 1850.

iii. ALICE A. HURLOCK, b. 1853.

iv. WILLIAM S. HURLOCK, b. 1857; m. CLARA BOCK.

7. JAMES3 HURLOCK (JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1828 in Indiana. He married MARY E. KITZMILLER December 23, 1855 in Hamilton County, IN.

Children of James Hurlock and Mary Kitzmiller are:

i. LYDIA4 HURLOCK, b. 1857.

ii. HARRIET HURLOCK, b. 1858.

iii. JOSEPHINE JESSE HURLOCK, b. 1860; m. JOHN T. WHEATLEY, November 15, 1882, Hamilton County, Indiana.

iv. SALLY HURLOCK, b. 1864.

v. JOSEPH HURLOCK, b. 1866.

vi. FRANCIS MARION HURLOCK, b. November 24, 1867; d. December 07, 1950, 1823 S. Washington, Marion, Indiana.

vii. GEORGE EARL HURLOCK, b. 1869, Indiana; m. SARAH HEINZMAN, November 05, 1893, Hamilton County, Indiana.

8. viii. ELMER E. HURLOCK, b. 1862, Noblesville, Indiana; d. April 18, 1923, Kokomo, IN. buried Hurlock Cemetery, Nblsvl. IN.

Generation No. 4

8. ELMER E.4 HURLOCK (JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1862 in Noblesville, Indiana, and died April 18, 1923 in Kokomo, IN. buried Hurlock Cemetery, Nblsvl. IN. He married MARY DARRAH.

Notes

Noblesville Daily Ledger, Thursday, April 19, 1923.

Article: SUDDEN DEATH ELMER HURLOCK AT KOKOMO

Burial Will Occur in Hamilton County Friday

Mrs. Will Wood, of Fall Creek township, received a message Wednesday noon from Kokomo announcing the sudden death of her father, Elmer Hurlock. It is thought that the remains will be brought to this county for burial. The funeral will probably occur Friday and the interment will take place in the Hurlock cemetery southeast of Noblesville.

The deceased was engaged in hauling logs at Kokomo when he was stricken with heart trouble and died in a short time. He was sixty-four years of age and as a rule enjoyed good health. He was born and reared on the Hurlock farm southeast of Noblesville and spent most of his life there. He married in Hamilton county and reared his family here. He followed farming for many years and later did a good deal of hauling for the late George Heiny and also the Strawboard Works. About eighteen years ago he left here and until the first of the present year, when he moved to Kokomo, resided at Gas City and Marion.

The widow and the following children survive; Mrs. Will Wood, of this county; David and Orland (Arlin) Hurlock, of Kokomo, Roy Hurlock and Mrs. Lizzie Spencer, of Gas City and Mrs. Katherine Murphy and Earl Hurlock of Kokomo.

Obituary Noblesville Daily Ledger, Friday, April 20, 1923, page 8

Kokomo Man To Be Buried Here Sunday

Elmer Hurlock; who died suddenly at Kokomo Wednesday afternoon, will be buried here. The funeral will be held in the U.B. Church at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The services will be in charge of Rev. Knipe and the burial will take place in the Hurlock cemetery. Mr. Hurlock and his family spent most of their lives in this locality.

The Kokomo Tribune of Thursday carried the following account of his death:

Elmer E. Hurlock, aged 62 years, logger in the employment of the Elsman-Richer Lumber Co., residing at the corner of Purdum and Gano Streets, was suddenly stricken with apoplexy while at his work in a woods ten miles west of the city. He fell to the ground and when companions reached his side was dead.

Coroner Bruce Lung was summoned and investigating the case found apoplexy to be the cause of the death. Mr. Hurlock came to Kokomo from Marion six months ago. The widow, four sons and three daughters survive.Noblesville Daily Ledger, Thursday, April 19, 1923.

Article: SUDDEN DEATH ELMER HURLOCK AT KOKOMO

Burial Will Occur in Hamilton County Friday

Children of Elmer Hurlock and Mary Darrah are:

9. i. ARLIN5 HURLOCK, b. Abt 1884.

10. ii. LEE ROY HURLOCK, b. 1886, Noblesville, Hamilton Cc., IN; d. February 23, 1960, Gas City, INdiana.

11. iii. GEORGE EARL HURLOCK, b. November 16, 1887, Noblesville, Indiana; d. July 05, 1970, Marion, INdiana.

12. iv. PEARL HURLOCK, b. November 16, 1887, Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN.

13. v. CATHERINE HURLOCK, b. 1892, Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN; d. December 05, 1949.

14. vi. DAVID J HURLOCK, b. 1903, Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN; d. October 08, 1973, Peru, Indiana.

vii. WILLIAM R HURLOCK, b. 1904.

15. viii. LIZZIE HURLOCK.

16. ix. CATHERINE HURLOCK, b. 1892, Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN; d. December 05, 1949, Silver Lake, IN, b Greentown ctry.

Generation No. 5

9. ARLIN5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1884. He married DORIS.

Children of Arlin Hurlock and Doris are:

i. JAMES6 HURLOCK, b. Abt 1935.

17. ii. ARLIN JR. HURLOCK, b. Abt 1930.

10. LEE ROY5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1886 in Noblesville, Hamilton Cc., IN, and died February 23, 1960 in Gas City, INdiana. He married ELIZABETH LOUISE KEMP March 03, 1910 in Gas City , Indiana, daughter of Edwin Kemp and Anna Raps.

Notes

Leroy Hurlock, Obituary, Marion Chronicle Tribune, Feb. 23, 1960

Leroy Hurlock, 73, 521 E. S. C St. (Gas City, IN) a retired glass worker, died at 1:30a.m. today at his home. He had been ill since September, 1958.

A native of Noblesville. Mr. Hurlock had lived in Gas City for 50 years. He retired from the Owens-Illinois Glass Co., in 1954.

A member of the Gas City Christian Church. Mr. Hurlock also was affiliated with the Onized Club and the Quarter Century Club.

The widow, Elizabeth; a daughter, Mrs. Violet Benbow, Roll; four grandchildren, three brothers, Earl and David, Kokomo and Arlin, Akron and a sister Mrs. Pearl Wood, Noblesville, are the survivors.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at 400 E. Main St. In charge will be the Rev. Dewey Hole, paster of the Christian Church. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today.Leroy Hurlock, Obituary, Marion Chronicle Tribune, Feb. 23, 1960

Children of Lee Hurlock and Elizabeth Kemp are:

18. i. VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, b. 1911, Gas City, Indiana; d. 1985, Gas City, Indiana.

ii. EDWIN HURLOCK, b. Abt 1915.

11. GEORGE EARL5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born November 16, 1887 in Noblesville, Indiana, and died July 05, 1970 in Marion, INdiana. He married (1) MARGARET. He married (2) GOLDIE MULLIS. He married (3) MARILDA ANN KISER June 25, 1910 in Marion Ind., daughter of George Kiser.

Notes

Marion Chronicle, July 6, 1970; Obituary

George Earl Hurlock, 82, Kokomo, died Sunday at a Marion (River View Manor) nursing home.

A native of Noblesville, he was a retired night watchman at the American-Standard Corp. there. He retired in 1959 after 40 years service.

He is survived by the widow, Margaret; a daughter, Mrs. Gifford (Donna) Douglas, Converse; four sons, Earl, George and Raymond, all of Kokomo and Virgil, Sharpsville; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Wayne (Ethel) Howard, Mrs. Runoma Shoemaker, Mrs. Malinda Hudson and Mrs. Frank (Margo) Rubon, all of Kokomo; four stepsons, Joseph Siler and Scott Siler, both of Kokomo, and Russell Siler, Los Angeles, Calif.; a brother, David Hurlock, Peru; a sister; Mrs. Pearl Wood, Noblesville; 16 grandchildren and 28 great - grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Ellers Mortuary, 725 S. Main St., Kokomo. The Rev. Austin Gable will officiate and burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Marion. Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday.Marion Chronicle, July 6, 1970; Obituary

Children of George Hurlock and Goldie Mullis are:

i. EARL6 HURLOCK.

ii. GEORGE HURLOCK.

iii. RAYMOND HURLOCK.

iv. VIRGIL HURLOCK.

Child of George Hurlock and Marilda Kiser is:

v. DONNA6 HURLOCK, b. 1918.

12. PEARL5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born November 16, 1887 in Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN. She married WILL WOOD.

Child of Pearl Hurlock and Will Wood is:

19. i. MARY6 WOOD.

13. CATHERINE5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1892 in Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN, and died December 05, 1949. She married JOHN BENJAMIN HARRISON. MURPHY May 20, 1911 in Marion, Grant Cty., IN, son of William Murphy and Mary Martin.

Children of Catherine Hurlock and John Murphy are:

20. i. WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6 MURPHY, b. March 07, 1911, Indiana.

21. ii. ALICE MERLIDA MURPHY, b. Abt 1912.

iii. DOROTHY VOLITA MURPHY, b. October 18, 1915.

iv. MILDRED IRENE MURPHY, b. February 11, 1917.

v. JAMES EARLE MURPHY, b. January 27, 1919.

vi. CHARLES LEROY MURPHY, b. August 14, 1921; m. (1) MAXINE WHITMEYER; m. (2) MAXINE WHITMEYER; m. (3) MAXINE WHITMEYER.

vii. VERA BONDALINE MURPHY, b. Abt 1917; m. CHESTER TRAVES.

viii. LAWRENCE HARRISON MURPHY, b. Abt 1918.

ix. LEE ARNOLD MURPHY, b. Abt 1919.

x. ETHEL IMOGENE MURPHY, b. Abt 1920; m. (1) SAM REYNOLDS; m. (2) SAM REYNOLDS.

xi. MARY CATHERINE MURPHY, b. Abt December 05, 1923.

xii. JOHN EDWARD MURPHY, b. Abt 1924.

xiii. DELORES ELENDER MURPHY, b. Abt 1925.

14. DAVID J5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1903 in Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN, and died October 08, 1973 in Peru, Indiana. He married GERTRUDE.

Notes

David J. Hurlock, Obituary, Peru

David J. Hurlock, 72, Peru, died at 2:08 a.m. Monday at Dukes Memorial Hospital, Peru.

Born in Noblesville, he was a retired 40 year employee of the American Standard Pottery Co., Peru.

Survivors include his wife, Gertrude: one son, Robert, Kokomo: one daughter, Mrs. Donald (Naomi) Wilson, Greentown: two step-sons, Weldon Turner, Peru and Larry Murphy, Kokomo, one step-daughter Mrs. Norman (Barbara) Knowlton, Peru; eight grandchildren and 10 step-grand children.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Fenn-Funeral Home, Kokomo, with the Rev. Carl Shaw officiating. Burial will be in the Galveston cemetery.

Friends may call from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. today. October 10, 1973, Marion Chronicle Tribune.David J. Hurlock, Obituary, Peru

Children of David Hurlock and Gertrude are:

i. ROBERT6 HURLOCK.

ii. NAOMI HURLOCK.

15. LIZZIE5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). She married ALF SPENCER.

Children of Lizzie Hurlock and Alf Spencer are:

22. i. EMMETT6 SPENCER.

ii. THELMA SPENCER.

23. iii. FLOYD SPENCER.

iv. GRACE SPENCER.

v. CLARENCE SPENCER.

vi. RUBY SPENCER.

16. CATHERINE5 HURLOCK (ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1892 in Noblesville, Hamilton Cty., IN, and died December 05, 1949 in Silver Lake, IN, b Greentown ctry. She married JOHN BENJAMIN HARRISON. MURPHY May 20, 1911 in Marion, Grant Cty., IN, son of William Murphy and Mary Martin.

Generation No. 6

17. ARLIN JR.6 HURLOCK (ARLIN5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1930. He married MARILYN.

Child of Arlin Hurlock and Marilyn is:

26. i. TERRANCE7 HURLOCK.

18. VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK (LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born 1911 in Gas City, Indiana, and died 1985 in Gas City, Indiana. She married ROBERT VESTAL BENBOW July 03, 1936 in Gas City, Indiana, son of Wave Benbow and Pauline Culp.

Children of Violet Hurlock and Robert Benbow are:

i. LINDA LOUISE7 BENBOW, b. January 05, 1938.

27. ii. ROBERT LEE BENBOW, b. December 17, 1939, Marion, Indiana.

28. iii. WILLIAM RICHARD BENBOW, b. September 02, 1944, Marion, Indiana.

29. iv. JAMES EDWIN BENBOW, b. February 28, 1948, Marion, Indiana.

19. MARY6 WOOD (PEARL5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). She married DAN MEYERS.

Children of Mary Wood and Dan Meyers are:

i. ROY GENE7 MEYERS.

ii. DAUGHTER MEYERS.

20. WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6 MURPHY (CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born March 07, 1911 in Indiana. He married IRENE LINNERBRINK.

Children of William Murphy and Irene Linnerbrink are:

30. i. PAULINE RAE7 MURPHY, b. July 25, 1945, Warsaw, IN.

31. ii. PAUL LEONARD MURPHY, b. December 01, 1938; d. Akron, Indiana b Silver Creek Ctry, Silver Lake, In.

iii. PHILIP GENE MURPHY.

iv. PHYLIS ANN MURPHY.

32. v. PEGGY IRENE MURPHY, b. October 16, 1952.

vi. DALE HERMAN MURPHY, b. November 26, 1936; d. November 26, 1936.

21. ALICE MERLIDA6 MURPHY (CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1912. She married WILFRED GAGNON.

Children of Alice Murphy and Wilfred Gagnon are:

i. ROZELLA MARIE7 GAGNON, m. MAX VAN CLEAVE.

ii. CAROLYN SUE GAGNON, m. GENE MILLER.

iii. PATRICIA GAGNON.

iv. WILLIAM HOWARD GAGNON.

v. JOYCE ANN GAGNON.

22. EMMETT6 SPENCER (LIZZIE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). He married FLORENCE.

Children of Emmett Spencer and Florence are:

i. RONALD7 SPENCER.

33. ii. PATTY SPENCER, d. Abt 1998.

iii. REX SPENCER.

23. FLOYD6 SPENCER (LIZZIE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). He married RACHEL.

Children of Floyd Spencer and Rachel are:

i. SON7 SPENCER.

ii. SON SPENCER.

iii. SON SPENCER.

iv. SON SPENCER.

v. SON SPENCER.

vi. SON SPENCER.

24. WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6 MURPHY (CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born March 07, 1912 in Kokomo,Indiana, and died September 07, 1988 in Akron, Indiana b Mt. Zion, Rochester, IN. He married IRENE EKIZABETH LINERBRINK January 26, 1935, daughter of Jesse Linerbrink and Nora Wilsey.

25. ALICE MERILDA6 MURPHY (CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born January 22, 1914. She married WILFRED GAGNON.

Children of Alice Murphy and Wilfred Gagnon are:

i. ROZELLA MARIE7 GAGNON, m. MAX VAN CLEAVE.

ii. CAROLYN SUE GAGNON, m. GENE MILLER.

iii. PATRICIA GAGNON.

iv. WILLIAM HOWARD GAGNON.

v. JOYCE ANN GAGNON.

Generation No. 7

26. TERRANCE7 HURLOCK (ARLIN JR.6, ARLIN5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). He married BRENDA MCGINNIS.

Child of Terrance Hurlock and Brenda McGinnis is:

i. MEGAN8 HURLOCK, b. Abt 1992.

27. ROBERT LEE7 BENBOW (VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born December 17, 1939 in Marion, Indiana. He married GAIL HUNTSINGER August 10, 1963.

Children of Robert Benbow and Gail Huntsinger are:

36. i. ROBERT LEE JR.8 BENBOW, b. Abt 1964.

37. ii. DENEEN BENBOW, b. Abt 1967, Marion, Indiana.

38. iii. CAMILLE BENBOW, b. Abt 1978, Marion, INdiana.

39. iv. MARK BENBOW, b. Abt 1966.

40. v. MARK BENBOW, b. Abt 1966.

28. WILLIAM RICHARD7 BENBOW (VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born September 02, 1944 in Marion, Indiana. He married (1) VIOLA SUE ISAACS January 19, 1968 in Marion, Grant Co.., IN. He married (2) DIANE CARR 1990 in Columbia City, Indiana.

Children of William Benbow and Viola Isaacs are:

i. ELISHA8 BENBOW.

ii. MICHAEL BENBOW.

iii. CHARLENE BENBOW, b. Abt 1970.

iv. AMY BENBOW, b. October 1974, Lagrange, Lagrange Co, Ind..

v. NICHOLE BENBOW, b. April 11, 1976, Lagrange, Lagrange Co., Indiana.

29. JAMES EDWIN7 BENBOW (VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born February 28, 1948 in Marion, Indiana. He married DARLENE THRAILKILL June 10, 1966 in Marion, Indiana, daughter of Roscoe Thrailkill and Josephine.

Notes

Children of James Benbow and Darlene Thrailkill are:

41. i. ANGELA8 BENBOW, b. Abt 1968.

42. ii. MICHELLE BENBOW, b. Abt 1970.

43. iii. JAMES DANIEL BENBOW.

30. PAULINE RAE7 MURPHY (WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born July 25, 1945 in Warsaw, IN. She married LARRY SUMPTER August 02, 1966 in Akron, Indiana.

Children of Pauline Murphy and Larry Sumpter are:

44. i. LORI LYNN8 SUMPTER, b. November 10, 1968.

ii. BILLIE JO SUMPTER, b. September 28, 1976; m. KEVIN BICE, Wabash, IN.

31. PAUL LEONARD7 MURPHY (WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born December 01, 1938, and died in Akron, Indiana b Silver Creek Ctry, Silver Lake, In. He married BEVERLY SUE HORN.

Children of Paul Murphy and Beverly Horn are:

i. JEFFREY PAUL8 MURPHY.

ii. BRYAN LEE MURPHY.

iii. RYAN DEE MURPHY.

iv. TROY MURPHY.

32. PEGGY IRENE7 MURPHY (WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born October 16, 1952. She married RICHARD ALAN KELSHEIMER October 14, 1970 in Clinton, In.

Children of Peggy Murphy and Richard Kelsheimer are:

45. i. RODNEY ALAN8 KELSHEIMER, b. Clinton, In.

46. ii. KIMBERLY LYNN KELSHEIMER.

iii. KARI ANN KELSHEIMER.

33. PATTY7 SPENCER (EMMETT6, LIZZIE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) died Abt 1998. She married ROY HOSIER.

Child of Patty Spencer and Roy Hosier is:

i. CHILD8 HOSIER.

34. PHYLLIS ANN7 MURPHY (WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born May 20, 1941 in Wabash, IN, and died February 04, 1984 in Peru, IN, b. Wabash Falls Cemetery. She married ROBERT HERBST February 12, 1967 in Akron, Indiana.

Child of Phyllis Murphy and Robert Herbst is:

i. ANITA ANN8 HERBST, b. August 20, 1968, Wabash, IN; m. BUDDY POPE.

35. PHILLIP EUGENE7 MURPHY (WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born August 10, 1943 in Wabash, IN. He married (1) LOIS ANN KEAFFABER November 08, 1970 in Wabash, IN. He married (2) ELIZABETH ANNE SMITH November 12, 1980 in Wabash, IN, daughter of Smith and Buelah Bolinger.

Children of Phillip Murphy and Lois Keaffaber are:

i. BRETT EUGENE8 MURPHY, b. August 20, 1970.

ii. GREGORY ALAN MURPHY, b. January 11, 1974.

 

Generation No. 8

36. ROBERT LEE JR.8 BENBOW (ROBERT LEE7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1964. He married (1) UNKNOWN. He married (2) TONETTA April 04, 1986 in Marion, Grant Cty., IN.

Child of Robert Benbow and Unknown is:

i. CHILD9 BENBOW.

Child of Robert Benbow and Tonetta is:

ii. CHILD9 BENBOW.

37. DENEEN8 BENBOW (ROBERT LEE7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1967 in Marion, Indiana. She married MATTHEW DUBUQUE 1989 in Marion, Indiana.

Children of Deneen Benbow and Matthew Dubuque are:

i. BRANDON9 DUBUQUE, b. December 20, 1993.

ii. KAYLA ELAINE DUBUQUE, b. October 02, 2000.

38. CAMILLE8 BENBOW (ROBERT LEE7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1978 in Marion, INdiana.

Children of Camille Benbow are:

i. AUSTIN9 BENBOW, b. 1994.

ii. RILEY BENBOW, b. 1999.

39. MARK8 BENBOW (ROBERT LEE7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1966. He married ANNETTE.

Children of Mark Benbow and Annette are:

i. ABRIEL9 BENBOW, b. Abt 19972.

ii. CARLY BENBOW, b. Abt 1998.

iii. SON BENBOW, b. Abt 2000.

40. MARK8 BENBOW (ROBERT LEE7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1966. He married ANNETTE.

Child of Mark Benbow and Annette is:

i. JUSTIN9 BENBOW, b. Abt 2000.

41. ANGELA8 BENBOW (JAMES EDWIN7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1968. She married (1) HIBBS. She married (2) JOHNSON.

Children of Angela Benbow and Hibbs are:

i. ALYSSA9 HIBBS, b. August 15, 1990.

ii. BRITTANY HIBBS, b. June 01, 1992.

42. MICHELLE8 BENBOW (JAMES EDWIN7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born Abt 1970. She married TEFFT.

Children of Michelle Benbow and Tefft are:

i. TYLER9, b. April 28, 1994.

ii. TIFFANI, b. July 05, 1996.

43. JAMES DANIEL8 BENBOW (JAMES EDWIN7, VIOLET EDWINA6 HURLOCK, LEE ROY5, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). He married ELIZABETH.

Children of James Benbow and Elizabeth are:

i. SAWYER9 BENBOW, b. 1999.

ii. KABRAUM ETHAN BENBOW, b. October 15, 2000.

44. LORI LYNN8 SUMPTER (PAULINE RAE7 MURPHY, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born November 10, 1968. She married (2) MIKE FIGART 1996.

Child of Lori Sumpter is:

i. ALEXANDRIA9 SUMPTER, b. 1998.

45. RODNEY ALAN8 KELSHEIMER (PEGGY IRENE7 MURPHY, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1) was born in Clinton, In. He married CHAR PRICE in Richvalley, IN, daughter of George Price and Cindy Unger.

Children of Rodney Kelsheimer and Char Price are:

i. KYLE9 KELSHEIMER.

ii. KALEB KELSHEIMER.

iii. KALEN KELSHEIMER.

46. KIMBERLY LYNN8 KELSHEIMER (PEGGY IRENE7 MURPHY, WILLIAM ELLSWORTH.6, CATHERINE5 HURLOCK, ELMER E.4, JAMES3, JAMES2, WILLIAM1). She married JOE HAMILTON.

Child of Kimberly Kelsheimer and Joe Hamilton is:

i. TRISTON9 HAMILTON.

1. Copies of Census Records, Information on Will Records, Land Patents., Estate Settlements, Obits., News Articles on William's descendants on file in Noblesville SE Public Library, Hamilton County, Indiana. family records

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From British History Online

Fleetwood House was occupied until 1766 by the numerous members of the Hartopp and Fleetwood families, who intermarried and formed two households by 1673. (Footnote 95) Sir John Hartopp (d. 1722) spent much of his time there and in 1696 he engaged Isaac Watts as tutor to his son John, later the last baronet. In 1694 the house was described as formerly two, having been occupied by Smith Fleetwood and Nathaniel Gould respectively. (Footnote 96) In the early 18th century Gould built an adjoining house to the west. The older house was mainly occupied by Sarah Hartopp (d. 1766) and her husband Joseph Hurlock and then let out.

From: British History Online

In 1582 John Blackman, yeoman of Stapleford Abbot (Essex), who was evidently identical with John Blackman, grocer, granted and sold to Anthony Radcliff, citizen and merchant taylor, for 270 the messuages, lands, tenements, cellars, solars, allies, etc., which he had acquired in 1563, together with all his other properties in Ironmonger Lane. This sale probably concerned 3A only, since Blackman had already sold 3B (q.v.) to Radclyff. In 1608 Henry Hurlock, grocer, occupied the tenement on the S. side of 4 representing 3A, and in 1624 Hurlock or his assigns occupied it. Hurlock's tenure had ceased by 1636, when 3A was occupied by Thomas Lathum, or Latham, gentleman, whose house was valued at 20 a year in 1638.

 

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