|Aaron Samuel Hartt|
AARON SAMUEL HARTT
Son of Aaron Hartt and Charlotte Estey Hartt.
information was taken from Aaron Samuel Hartt’s
April 16, 1820
Died: May 24, 1879 Wilmot, York Co., New Brunswick
Married: May 11, 1848 Catherine Susanna Dayton
marriage ceremony was performed by Reverend
Knight, a Wesleyan minister, in the presence of
T. C. Libby and Charles G. Clark at Douglas, York County, New
Aaron Samuel Hartt was a school teacher in a one-room schoolhouse near Woodstock, New Brunswick. He taught Latin, Greek, and English.
Catherine Susanna Dayton
Born: April 22, 1828, Douglas, York County, New Brunswick
Died: August 5, 1875, Douglas, York County, NB, of consumption
Father: William M. Dayton (1794-1871)
Mother: Susanne McGibbon (1791-1877)
Siblings: Samuel McGibbon Dayton (1824 -1894)(married twice: Miriam Leah Hanselpacker, and Olivia Gilman), Mary Ann Dayton (married Charles Clark), Margaret Gaynor Dayton (married Benjamin Yerxa), and William M. Dayton (married twice: Amelia Faichey, and Susan Gilman)
Catherine Susanna Dayton's maternal grandfather, Captain David MacGibbon, a retired British officer, had a large grant of land in Douglas, York County, New Brunswick. He was appointed Justice of the Peace with authority to solemnize marriage under the Episcopal form. He married Ann McGregor (or "Drummond" assumed after the defeat of Charles the Pretender to the throne).
Captain David MacGibbon and Ann McGregor had four children: Susanne McGibbon, married William Dayton, a farmer and a Methodist; Ann McGibbon, married Nicholas Murray of Kingsclear, NB; John McGibbon, a farmer on the east-half of the family homestead, married Mary Nevens; and Alexander McGibbon (1795-1841), a farmer on the west-half of the family homestead, married Emma Yerxa.
Catherine Susanna Dayton's paternal grandfather, Samuel Dayton (1760-1796), was the second Postmaster of Salisbury, North Carolina. Samuel was born in Newport, Rhode Island, in 1759, to Isaac Dayton (1720-1804) and Mary Heaton (1716-1793). Samuel married Catherine Gaynor on July 22, 1781. Samuel died on February 16, 1796 leaving his widow, Catherine, with two children: Catherine Dayton, never married, lived with her mother, taught school, and died in Fredericton, NB; and William, a farmer in Douglas, York County, NB. William (1794-1871) married Susanne McGibbon (1791-1877). They had the following children: Mary Ann Dayton, married Charles J. Clark, a tanner; Margaret Gaynor Dayton, married Benjamin Yerxa, a merchant in Fredericton, NB; Samuel McGibbon Dayton, a merchant in St. Mary's Ferry, NB, married (1) Miriam Leah Hanselpacker, (she died leaving Samuel with seven or eight children); and (2) Olivia Gilman, by whom he had three more children; and William M. Dayton, farmer, married (1) Amelia Faichey, bore four children, and (2) Susan Gilman, bore two more children.
|THE CHILDREN OF AARON SAMUEL AND CATHERINE SUSANNA DAYTON HARTT:|
|John Allison Hartt||Born||April 19, 1849||Spring Hill, York Co. N. B.||Died as a child; age 4.|
|Died||May 2, 1853||Woodstock, Carlton Co. N. B.|
|William Charles Hartt||Born||June 20, 1851||Woodstock, Carlton Co., N.B.||Married Letitia Ann Wilson on May 20, 1885.|
|Died||May 14, 1940||Tacoma, Washington|
|Charlotte Annie Hartt||Born||April 14, 1854||Spring Hill, York Co. N.B.||Married Arthur B. Lewis; no children.|
|Died||June 21, 1930||Perth, Victoria Co. N. B.|
|Ella May Hartt||Born||Jan. 14, 1857||Spring Hill, York Co. N. B.||Died as a child; age 2.|
|Died||Aug. 3, 1859||Douglas, York Co. N. B.|
|Henry Clarence Hartt||Born||July 20, 1859||Douglas, York Co. N. B.||Died as a child; age 7.|
|Died||Feb. 28, 1867||St. Mary’s Ferry, York Co. N. B.|
|Mary Alberta Hartt||Born||July 3, 1863||Marysville, York County, N.B.||Married (1) Carl Emil Johnson and (2) John Johnson|
|Died||October 5, 1919||Tacoma, Washington|
|Carrie Amelia Hartt||Born||January 29, 1866||Marysville, York Co. N. B.||Married James Watson McPhail, in Perth, New Brunswick, on April 28, 1891.|
|Died||December 1939||Perth, New Brunswick|
|Grace Augusta Hartt||Born||June 23, 1870||St. Mary’s Ferry, York Co. N. B.||No information available.|
Charlotte Annie Hartt was a school teacher and the first sibling to move to Tacoma. She married Arthur Lewis; he died in Tacoma, Washington on September 14, 1924
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