Arguably one of America's first european settlers, who came to the North American continent long before it was commonly thought europeans visited.
Peter was known and buried under his nickname by unknown associate(s) who thought highly enough of him to chisel his burial 'rune stone' marker and place it at the entrance to an Arizona registered archaelogical cave dwelling site in the Mustang Mountains in southeastern Arizona, where it is presumed he was in search of mineral ore sources.
Peter was aparently the last of his surname from the Staffordshire area of England where his ancestors owned a dwelling which in later centuries among other things was and to this day is a 'public house' which still stands.
Peter 'Rough' Hurech would not yet be known to the general public if not for the Season 1, Episode 2 of 'America Unearthed', first broadcast 29 Decenber 2012, hosted by the show's creator, Scott Wolter, noted Archeogeoligist, more commonly known for his work in researching the 'Kensington Rune Stone' in the 1990s.
* Please note: the added photograph of an 'area cave dwelling' is only 'loosely representative' of the true cave specifically investigated, which is devoid of any such man made internal structires, is far smaller with a human capacity of possibly 1 or 2 dozen people at most, and seems to have dimensions roughly 6-10 feet wide and high, and possibly 20-30 feet deep with a smaller crawl space at the rear.
Specifically: Cave Entrance, Mustang Mountains, Arizona
Created by: E49
Record added: Jan 01, 2013
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David C. Feezor
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