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(authored by Joyce Holt -- great-great-granddaughter of Frederick William Hurst)
 

The Diary of
Frederick William Hurst

originally compiled
by Samuel H. and Ida Hurst in 1961

Web site created
by Joyce Holt in 2001

 
portrait of Frederick Wm Hurst
Page 1       Web Table of Contents     
Travels      History thru his eyes
Artwork    Visions     
Family       Brigham Young and others     
Credits      ebook/print on demand

His travels around the world
Noted moments in history

Web pages: pages in 1961 edition of diary
... and years spanned
His artwork
His dreams and visions - (page # in 1961 ed. of diary)
His relatives - (page # in 1961 edition of diary)
. . . need linking
  • father: William Hurst
    • in Frederick's childhood - (1)
    • member of Calvinist church - (2)
    • bade him farewell - (6)
    • died - (9)
  • mother: Mary Ann Green
    • member of Calvinist church - (2)
    • against his going to Australia - (5)
    • wrote him to come home - (9)
    • keeping boarding house - (10)
    • disowned him - (13)
    • letter to mother - (36)
    • his return to New Zealand - (125)
    • her birthday - (130)
    • feeble and childish - (153)
    • rheumatism - (166)
    • sent silk to granddaughters - (172)
    • Fred & Clem bid her farewell - (200)
  • William
  • Salina (sometimes spelled Selina)
  • Alfred
  • Alexander
  • Amelia
  • Charles Clement

His interactions with
prominent LDS figures - (page # in 1961 edition of diary) . . . need linking
  • Brigham Young
  • Orson Pratt
  • George Albert Smith
  • Joseph F. Smith
  • George Q Cannon
  • William Cooke


Credit: Samuel H Hurst Credit: Joyce Holt Credit: Sharon Holt

Another web site about Frederick Wm Hurst: Family Heritage Series

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Find Frederick William Hurst's diary
on Amazon.com
  • as a 277-page trade paperback
  • as a Kindle ebook
or download here
as a Microsoft Word 2003 document


Open the diary to page 1