THE ISAAC HART
In Hotten's History of Emigrants appears the following:
Embarked at Yarmouth, England, April 11, 1636, in the vessel 'Rose', with Capt. Anderson, master, Richard Carver of Scratby, in county of Norfolk, England, husband, age 60 years, and Grace, his wife, age 40 years, and their two children, twins, Elizabeth and Susanna Carver, age 18 years, and three servants.
ISAAC HART, age 22 years
Thomas Flege, age 21 years
Marabel Underwood, age 20 years.
Richard Carver, on arriving in America, settled in Watertown, Mass. ISAAC HART is supposed to have been born in Scratby, England, about 1614; came to Watertown, Mass., 1636, age 22 years, and married, about 1650, ELIZABETH HUTCHINS, daughter of Mrs. Anne Hutchins, who later married Adam Hawks of Lynn, Mass. Richard Carver died in 1642-'43. ISAAC HART bought one acre of land in Watertown, about 1642, on which he built a cottage, and he sold this land and buildings Feb. 3, 1656, and Oct. 4, 1656, he bought a farm of 270 acres of meadow land of Thomas Hutchinson in Reading, for whichhe paid 120 pounds. Recorded at Salem,Mass., book 14, page 263. This land was in what is now North Lynnfield. Dec. 31, 1673, Mr. Hart bought 500 acres of land in what is now Lynnfield, near North Reading, on which he resided until his death,
Feb. 10, 1699. Ebenezer Parsons of Lynnfield Centre, Mass., a descendant, has the original deed of ISAAC HART'S farm, kept in a glass case. ISAAC HART was a soldier in Capt. Gardner's company, King Phillip's war, Feb. 29, to Nov., 1675-'76. The following is a partial sketch of his WILL, which was probated Feb. 19, 1699-1700:
" I give and bequeath to my son, THOMAS HART, three acres of land, &c. I give to my son JOHN HART, four acres &c. I give to my son, SAMUEL, four acres, &c. I give to my son ADAM, four acres &c. and I give to my two daughters, Elizabeth Winborn, and Deborah Proctor, twelve pound each at my death, and I appoint my son, THOMAS HART, Executor of this my last will and testament, date Feb. 6, 1699.
"Signed Isaac (his X mark) Hart
Recorded at Salem, Mass. book 307, page 65
Children born in Reading, Mass. (Vital Records):to Isaac and Elizabeth (Hutchins) Hart
ELIZABETH, b. Dec. 11, 1651; m. in Malden, Mass. April 11, 1667, John Rossiter Winborn of Malden, a preacher. Possibly a son of William Winborn of Boston, Mass.
DEBORAH, m. Feb. 15, 1653, Benjamin Proctor of Ipswich, Mass., b. 1651, son of John and Martha Proctor, who came from London, England, to Ipswich, Mass., in 1632.
Thomas d. March 8, 1730-'31; unmarried
Samuel. FEB. 9, 1656
Adam b. April 4, 1666
The following was taken from the Lynn, Mass., History: "The alarm of witchcraft commenced in Feb. 1692, in the house of Rev. Samuel Parris of Salem, Mass. An Indian girl named Tituba and five others were hanged. ELIZABETH HART was arraigned and sent to Boston, May 18, 1692, where she was imprisoned until December, nearly seven
months. She was an old lady, the wife of ISAAC HART. THOMAS HART, a son, of Elizabeth Hart, in a petition to the court Oct. 19, says she has been in prison ever since May for imputed witchcraft, and prays to be released. The petition shows that Elizabeth Hart, mother of the petitioner, was taken into custody the latter part of May last, and ever
since confined in a Boston prison for witchcraft."
"The deposition of Mary Wolcott, who testified and saith that on the 13th of May, 1692, I saw the apparition of Goody Hart, who hurt me much by pinching and choking of me and urged me grievously to set my hand to her book, and several other times she has tormented me, ready to tear body in pieces."
The old lady after passing through the torments of those Satanic fiends lived until Nov. 28, 1700, and ISAAC HART died Feb. 10, 1699. No head stones mark their graves.
Captain Samuel Hart (Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Feb. 9, 1656, son of Isaac and Elizabeth (Hutchins) Hart; married Sarah Endicott, a reputed niece of Governor John Endicott.
Mr. Hart resided in what is now Lynnfield, Mass. and was a sea captain from the age of 16 to 60 years. After 1716 he left the sea and remained at home on his farm in Lynnfield. On one of his voyages, he received from the Grand Turk a silver cup and other trinkets.
The following traditional story is told by his descendants, as he handed down (from Ebenezer Parsons of Lynnfield Center): "He said as he was lying awake one night in his cabin a woman entered, having in one hand a lighted candle and in the other an hour-glass. He looked at the hour-glass and saw that the sands were almost run, and thought it meant he should die with the running of the last sands. But as the last sands were run, the woman turned the hour-glass and vanished. he then concluded his life was half spent and noted to himself at the time, but would never tell his family when this occurred. At the age of 60 years he ceased going to sea; on a certain night before retiring his family noticed that he remained longer than was usual at his devotions, and in the morning he was found dead in bed."
Captain Samuel Hart died Dec. 30, 1730. No record of his wife's death.
Children born in Lynn, now Lynnfield to Samuel & Sarah (Endicott) Hart
Elizabeth, b. Nov. 16, 1686; m. Samuel Potter, April 1, 1709 and resided in Lynn.
Thomas, b. Aug. 12, 1696; It is supposed he never married.
Samuel Jr., b. Oct. 30, 1698
John, b. Mar. 25, 1703
Jonathan, b. Nov. 2, 1710
Samuel Hart Jr. (Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynn, the section that is now Lynnfield, Oct. 30, 1698, second son of Capt. Samuel and Sarah (Endicott) Hart, married Hepsibar Eaton, born Aug. 28, 1712, in Lynn, daughter of William Eaton Jr., and wife Mary.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynn, and about 1752 removed to Lunenburg, Mass. as shown by deeds thus: " I, Joseph Eaton of Lynn, Mass., Gentleman, For 250 Pounds Paid by Samuel Hart of Lynn, yeoman, Sell land lying in Lunenburg, county of Worcester, Mass., 50 acres, dated 7th day of November, 1752. Signed Joseph Eaton."
Recorded at Worcester, Mass., book 38, page 531.
Another deed: "I, Joseph Eaton of Lynn, for 25 Pounds Paid by Samuel Hart Jr., the son of Samuel Hart and his wife Hepsibar Hart, of Lynn, land in Narragansett Township, county of Worcester, Mass. Dated 5th day of August, 1754. Signed Joseph Eaton."
Recorded at Worcester, Mass., book 40, page 83.
Administration of Samuel Hart's estate, Lunenburg, Mass., was granted to Joseph Eaton of Lynn. He was appointed by Hepsibar Hart, widow of Samuel Hart, date Dec. 28, 1758.
Recorded at Worcester, Mass., in case 27, 614, series A.
I do not find any records of Samuel Hart's death. His wife probably married second Daniel Sawyer, published at Reading, Mass., May 1775.
Children probably born in Lynn, or Saugus, Mass: to Samuel and Hepsibar (Eaton) Hart
Thomas; is mentioned in his Uncle Thomas Hart's will of Lynn, which was probated Mar. 30, 1730-31, book319, pages 189 to192. Recorded at Salem, Mass.; married Nov. 14, 1762, Anna Noyes. No children.
Samuel Jr.; d. Oct. 22, 1770
Ebenezer; settled in Deerfield, Mass.
Tabitha; m. at Lunenburg, Mass., by Edmund Hartwell, justice, Sept. 8,
1761, Jonathan Stedman of Westminster, Mass.
Samuel Hart Jr. (Samuel, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynn, or Saugus, Mass.____,son of Samuel and Hepsibar(_____)Hart; married by Rev. David Stearns at Lunenburg, Mass., Apr. 20, 1758, Miss Mary Fuller of Lunenburg.
Mr. Hart resided at Lunenburg, Mass., a shop joiner; died Oct. 22, 1770, and made his will Oct. 17, 1770, in which are names of children. This will was probated Dec. 10, 1770, record at Worcester, Mass., in case 27, 615, series A.
Children born in Lunenburg, Mass. to Samuel Jr and Mary( Fuller) Hart
Samuel, b.Jan. 26, 1759; probably the same man who enlisted in Capt. Joseph McNall's company, Col. Edward Wiggleworth's regiment, Oct. 1778, and reported killed or died Oct. 21, 1778.
Abigail, b. Aug. 27, 1760
Ebenezer, b. Dec. 6, 1762; enlisted in the War of Revolution, Feb. 8, 1778, in Capt. Joseph Billow's company, Eighth Worcester regiment, and his name is on pay-roll in Capt. Sylvanus Smith's company, Col. Timothy Bigelow's regiment. He enlisted from Lunenburg, Mass.
Mary, b. Feb. 25, 1765
Elizabeth, b. Dec. 17, 1766; m. John Henry, b. in Lunenburg, 1756; d. at Shirley, Mass., Oct. 19, 1822, age 66 years. His widow d. June 10, 1838, age 73 years. They had one son, William, b. 1792, d. 1836, age 44, and 6 daughters, who were all married. William
Henry left a son, B.T. Henry. He has a newspaper and magazine advertising office at 7 Temple Place, Boston, Mass. (1894)
Nathaniel, b. Sept. 27, 1768, in Lunenburg, Mass., d. Mar. 4, 1841, in Westmoreland, N.H.
JOHN HART (Samuel, Isaac),
born in Lynnfield, Mass. Mar. 25, 1703, son of Captain Samuel and Sarah (Endicott) Hart; married Mehitable Endicott, born Aug. 14, 1699, in Boxford, Mass., daughter of Zerubbable Jr. and Grace (Simonds) Endicott. Z. Endicott Jr. was a merchant in Boxford and married July, 1690, Grace daughter of Samuel Simonds of Boxford. He was the son of Dr. Zerubbable,. who was son of Gov. John Endicott of Boston.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynn, a farmer. His will was made Apr. 9, 1777 in which he mentions three children, and gives his real estate to sons John and Zerubbable of Lynn, and 53 pounds to Sarah Baxton. The will was probated Dec. 1, 1777, and recorded at Salem, Mass., book 352, page 558.
Children born in Lynnfield:to John and Mehitable (Endicott) Hart
John Jr. b. 1733
Zerubbable b. 1738, d. Feb. 14, 1797, age 59
Mehitable b.1743, d. Apr. 9, 1766, age 23, unmarried
Sarah m. Nov. 7, 1776, Anthony Baxton of Danvers, Mass.
JOHN HART JR. (John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynn, about 1733, son of John and Mehitable (Endicott) Hart; married Apr.19, 1757, Lydia Curtis.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield, a farmer, and was a sergeant in the War of the Revolution, serving at the Concord Battle, Apr. 19, 1775; enlisted May 13, 1775, and served 3 months, 6 days in Capt.Ebenezer Winship's company, Col. John Nixon's Fifth regiment.
Mr. Hart died Apr. 11, 1811, age 78; his widow died Apr. 10, 1818, age 84
Children born in Lynnfield to John and Lydia (Curtis) Hart
Jacob, bapt. Nov. 12, 1758
John, bapt. Oct. 13, 1760
Ebenezer, b. Nov. 15, 1762
Mehitable, b. bapt. Dec. 16, 1764; m. at Danvers, Mass. June 18, 1789,
Phineas Greene, and resided in Malden, Mass.
William, b. 1766
Sarah, bapt. Apr. 23, 1769; d. Sept. 22, 1815, age 46; unmarried
Daniel, bapt. Nov. 10, 1771
Joseph, bapt. Nov. 19, 1774
Lydia, bapt. Aug. 25, 1775; unmarried
Molly, bapt. July 18, 1779; m. Theodore Flagg of Lynnfield
1337 JONATHAN HART (Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Nov. 2, 1710, fourth son of CAPT. SAMUEL AND SARAH (ENDICOTT) HART; married in 1735, MERCY HAWKS. Mr. Hart resided in Lynn and Lynnfield, and the following is found among Essex Institute collections at Salem, Mass., book 7, page 248: "Mr. Jonathan Hart went from Lynnfield, Mass., about the year 1760, to Maugerville, Sunbury County, New Brunswick, with four sons, Thomas, John, Samuel and Aaron Hart.
Information given by Eli Upton of Danvers, Mass., who was born 1749,
and died 1849."
1644 Thomas, who returned from Maugerville, NB, and sold the lands in Lynn, as above
1645 John , went to Maugerville, NB
1646 Samuel, went to Maugerville, NB, and probably remained there
1647 Aaron who probably returned to Newmarket, N.H., and was a soldier in the War of Revolution; is on pay-roll,Aug. 31, 1779, Col. Moor's regiment. He received 40 pounds payment for going to the defense of Rhode Island, as shown by New Hampshire State Papers, book 16, page 765. He next appears in the town of Cornish, York County, Maine. "At a court held at Waterborough, York County, Maine, Aug.24, 1795, administration of estate of Aaron Hart, late of Cornish, Me., mariner and cooper, who died Jan. 1795, was granted to Betsy, or Elizabeth Hart, of Cornish Me., widow of Aaron Hart, and before 1796 she married Isaac Gray of Cornish, Me." Probate court record at Alfred, Maine, book 17, page 88
1648 Abigail, b. in 1743; m. at Denvers, Mass., Aug. 20, 1764, Amos Smith of Danvers, where they lived for a time. They afterwards settled at Lynnfield, Mass. She d. Apr. 28, 1828, age 85 years.
Children of Abigail (Hart)
and Amos Smith
2. Polly, b. in 1766; in Danvers, Mass.; m. Oct. 25, 1792, Ebenezer Hart; b. in Lynnfield, Nov. 15, 1762, third son of John Jr. and Lydia(Curtis) Hart. They were second cousins. She died Oct. 3, 1843. They had ten children as shown elsewhere.
3. Jonathan, b. Sept.1, 1768,
in Lynnfield, m. Mar. 6, 1799, his cousin,
1649 SARAH; m. at Danvers, Mar. 28, 1771, Walter Smith of Danvers;
born in Lynnfield, near the North Reading line, Feb. 4, 1666, youngest son of Isaac and Elizabeth Hutchins/Hutchinson Hart; married about 1703, Elizabeth Collson, daughter of Adam and Mary (Brown)Collson of Reading, and the Reading Vital Records say he married second Sept, 29, 1725, Abigail Deal of Woburn, Mass. She died Feb. 9, 1735, and he married third Oct. 21, 1735, Dorcas Brown. Mr. Hart resided in Reading, a farmer. He died Sept. 17, 1745.
Children born in Reading
to Adam and Elizabeth (Collson) Hart
2. Jonathan, b. 1730
1651 Thomas, b. Aug. 22, 1707, in Reading; is registered as son of Andrew and Elizabeth Hart, which was evidently a mistake. It should have been son of Adam and Elizabeth (Collson) Hart.
1651 THOMAS HART (Adam, Isaac)
born in Reading, Mass., Aug, 22, 1707, only son of Adam and Elizabeth (Collson) Hart; m. May 15, 1737, Abigail Brown of Reading; married second Phebe______. He died June 11, 1753. His wife was administrator of his estate. She married second, Feb. 9, 1757, Josiah Hartwell of Lunenburg, Mass.
Children born in Reading to Thomas and Abigail (Brown) Hartt
Mary b. April 9, 1740 Reading, Mass. married James Flint July 10, 1765
David b. May 2, 1742 Reading, Mass
Joseph b May , 1746 Reading, Mass
Daniel b. Jan 22, 1748 Reading died May 9, 1812 Lunenburg, Mass. m. Bethiah MacKintire Feb. 5, 1771
JACOB HART (John Jr. John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Lynnfield, Nov. 12, 1758; oldest son of John Jr. and Lydia (Curtis) Hart; married at Beverly, Mass., Apr. 24, 1777, Hannah Cox, daughter of Edward Cox of Beverly. He married second Hannah M. Brown of Wenham, Mass., published Mar. 5, 1829
Mr Hart resided in Beverly, and died in Wenham, June 5, 1833. He was a mariner in his younger days and later a Revolutionary soldier, enlisting from Lynn, Feb. 3, 1777.
Children born in Beverly, Mass.to Jacob and Hannah (Cox) Hart
Sally, b. May 16, 1785; m. Sept. 8, 1817, Benjamin Webber of Beverly.
She m. second, Jan. 24, 1826, Robert Remmonds
Hannah b. Nov. 14, 1787; m. Josiah Webber of Beverly
Harriet, b. Mar. 22, 1790; m. Benjamin Ives Ober
Lucy, b. Jan.5, 1793; m. John Cox of Beverly
JOHN HART (John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Oct. 13, 1760, son of John Jr. and Lydia (Curtis) Hart, called John 3rd; married at Danvers, Mass., Mar. 20, 1780, Dorcas Brown of Danvers. They probably resided at Wenham, Mass., where he died about 1793, as shown by probate settlement. His widow married second at Salem, Mass., Aug. 31, 1794, John Day of Salem, where they resided.
Children of John and Dorcas (Brown) Hart
Dorcas b. in Lynnfield, Sept. 8, 1780
Frances m. at Salem, Mar. 1, 1812, Joseph Grant of Salem
DORCAS HART, b. in Lynnfield, Sept. 8, 1780, oldest daughter of John and Dorcas (Brown)Hart; married at Salem, Aug. 24, 1798, George Washington Felt, born in Salem, Apr. 30, 1776. Mr. Felt and wife resided at Salem, a painter by trade. He died July 23, 1847 and his widow died Jan.2, 1863.
Children born in Salem, Mass. to George and Dorcas (Hart) Felt
George Washington b. Aug. 26, 1799
John b. Aug. 16, 1801
Ephraim b. Aug.17, 1803
Catherine Manning b. Oct. 15, 1804, m. Jonathan M. Plaisted
Alfred Washington, b. Jan.13, 1807
Dorcas Ann b. Mar. 19, 1809; Oct. 24, 1829
Mary, b. Dec. 22, 1811, d. Mar. 20, 1812
Mary Ann b. Jul. 9, 1813;m. Joseph W. Whitmore
Lucinda Brown b. Oct. 3. 1816, m. Edward B. Symons
Frances Caroline, b. July 31, 1820, d. Sept. 12, 1862; unmarried
CHARLES HART (John, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
probably b. in Wenham, Mass., son of John and Dorcas (Brown)Hart; married at Salem, Dec. 5, 1815, Miss Frances Wellington of Salem, born in Salem, Dec.14, 1790, daughter of Thaddeus and Ruhamah (Brown) Wellington of Waltham, who were married Sept. 20, 1780. Captain Hart, master of the brig "New Priscilla" of Salem, was in the early part of 1829 taken by pirates and he and the whole crew were murdered. The vessel was found floating at sea near Bahama Banks, robber and plundered of everything valuable. The chests were on deck, papers scattered about, and not a man of the crew was ever heard from. Many vessels that year were taken by pirates.
The above was furnished by his son, Charles Hart Jr., Esq., of
Providence, R.I. Mrs. Hart married second, in 1833 Rev. Benjamin C. Grafton of Taunton, Mass. She died Mar. 24, 1868.
Children born in Salem to Charles and Frances (Willington) Hart
Frances Maria, b. July 28, 1816, m. May.25, 1841, Nathan Todd of Rowley, Mass. They had a son Charles Hart, who lives at Rowley, Mass. (1903) Caroline Matilda died young
Charles Jr. b. Apr. 16, 1822, m. Apr. 7, 1845, Caroline Wheaton Jackson of Providence R.I., where she was born Nov. 2, 1818, daughter of Nathan W. and Mary Jackson. Mr .Hart was a lawyer and died Mar. 6, 1903; his wife d. Mar. 10, 1901, and both are buried at Swan Cemetery, Providence, R.I.. No Children. A Boston paper had this to say about the disposal of Mr. Hart's property: "By the will of Charles Hart of Providence, formerly attorney-general of Rhode Island, Miss Grace A. Kendall of Boston inherits nearly $40,000 out of a fortune of of more than $100,000. Miss Kendall is a niece by marriage. She receives $20,000 in cash, three life insurance policies of $5000. each, most of the household effects, and a burial lot in Swan Cemetery. The value of the household effects and lot is not less than $5000.. To his sister-in-law, Mrs. Maria J.Pinkham, of Newton, Mr Hart bequeathed $10,000. To her daughter, Miss Nellie M. Hart amd her son, Walter Hart, he also gave $10,000. each. Another nephew, Charles Hart Todd of Rowley, gets $5000."
Edward Augustus b. Mar. 29, 1827, m. Oct. 6, 1853, Maria Jackson Hunt. They resided in Newton, Mass. He was a merchant and d. of consumption Mar. 9. 1873; his widow m. a Mr. Pinkham of Newton, Mass and lives at 42 Richerson St.
Children of Edward and Maria ( Hunt) Hart
Nellie Maria b. Dec. 1854, resides at Newton, Mass.; unmarried
Walter b. Nov. 27, 1858, in Charlestown, Mass. is a shoe manufacturer,
and resides in Newburyport, Mass.;m. Jan. 22, 1896, Miss Maria Louisa
Collins of Buffalo, NY
CAPT. EBENEZER HART (John Jr. John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Nov. 15, 1762, third son of John Jr. and Lydia (Curtis) Hart; married at Danvers, Mass., Oct. 25, 1792, Polly Smith, daughter of Amos and Abigail (Hart) Smith of Danvers, his second cousin. Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield and enlisted in the War of Revolution, Feb. 15, 1777, Capt.Winship's company, Fifth Massachusetts regiment, for three years. He was promote to sergeant and later captain of militia; was a member of the state legislature from 1806 to 1807 from what was then the north precinct of Lynn. He died Mar. 26, 1840, age 77 years.
Children of Ebenezer and Polly (Smith) Hart
MAY, b. Dec. 18, 1792; m. Oct. 17, 1824, Ebenezer Parsons of Lynnfield, b. Aug. 17, 1794, d. Apr. 17, 1853. They resided at Lynnfield, where she d. Mar. 15, 1864.
Children: Ebenezer and May (Hart) Parsons
Ebenezer Jr. b. July 28, 1832; m. Mar. 24, 1863, Almira Dodge. They reside at Lynnfield Center, Mass.
David b. Apr. 9, 1834; d. Sept. 20, 1836
Charlotte b. Dec. 11, 1835; d. Oct. 9, 1836
MARTIN, b. Mar. 31, 1794
CHARLOTTE, b. June 5, 1795; d. Oct. 17, 1864; unmarried
ENDICOTT b. Nov. 29, 1796; killed by a kick from a horse, April 5, 1800
JOHN, b. Aug. 8, 1798
ABIGAIL, b. May 8, 1800, d. Aug, 26, 1864, unmarried
LUCY ENDICOTT, b.Sept. 18, 1801; m. Oct. 23, 1826, Leonard Gowing. She d. Jan. 23, 1875
ENDICOTT, b.Mar. 18, 1803, d. May 16, 1846; unmarried
CASSANDANA, b. Oct. 25, 1804; m. Mar. 29, 1827, Jonathan Hart Smith, her cousin, and resided in Lynnfield. She d. Nov. 8, 1880
ADELINE, b.May 15, 1806; d. July 2, 1878; unmarried
MARTIN HART (Ebenezer, John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Mar. 31, 1794, a son of Ebenezer and Polly (Smith) Hart; married Lucy Hart, daughter of David and Polly(Tapley) Hart. She died and he married second, Nov. 29, 1830, Mrs. Elizabeth Upton of Danvers, Mass., born Aug. 27, 1793, daughter of a Mr. Swinerton. She died Mar. 12, 1867.
Mr Hart resided at Danvers, Mass. (now Peabody), a farmer, and died Sept. 25, 1875.
Children of Martin and Lucy (Hart) Hart
1430 Martin Jr.; d. Sept. 22, 1822
1431 Rufus, b. June 15, 1835
1431 RUFUS HART (Martin, Ebenezer, John Jr. John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Danvers, Mass., June 15, 1835, son of Martin and Elizabeth (Swinerton) Hart; married by Rev. Charles F. Holbrook at Danvers, Mass., Feb. 14, 1866, Mrs. Emma Ross (Speed) Wadleigh, daughter of William and Mary Ann Speed of Newmarket, N.H. She died Feb. 28, 1871 and he married second, by Rev. E.M. Boners, at Clinton, Mass., Dec. 25, 1872, Sarah Bracket Thorn, born July 4, 1837, in Boston, Mass., daughter of James Bracket and Lydia (Cummings) Thorn. She died June 18, 1890, and he married third, Feb. 15, 1892, Mrs. Almeda Augusta (Maston) Rowe, born in Pittsfield, N.H., May 1, 1852, daughter of James and Margaret (Small) Maston.
Mr. Hart resides at Danvers, Mass., a carpenter by trade. He enlisted in the Civil war July 26, 1861, Company C, Sixteenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteers, and was discharged Sept. 18, 1863
1432 Emma Florence, b. April 21, 1874, in Danvers, Mass.
1424 JOHN HART (Ebenezer, John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Aug. 8, 1798, son of Ebenezer and Polly (Smith) Hart; married Jan. 1, 1818, Hannah Butler of Lynnfield, where they resided. She died Feb. 2, 1850, and he married second Aug. 24, 1853, Mrs. Catherine Howley, but they never lived together. He was a farmer and died Jan. 26, 1857.
1433 Ebenezer, b. June 19, 1818. He changed his name to Charles Henry Granville; was married but left no children.
1403 WILLIAM HART (John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., in 1766, so of John Jr., and Lydia (Curtis) Hart; married at Danvers, Mass., Dec. 12,. 1793, Mary or Polly Smith of Marblehead, Mass., born in Marblehead, the eldest daughter of Amos Smith Jr., a sea captain, who married Mary Nuff and resided at Marblehead. He died about 1786, leaving three little girls, of whom Polly was the oldest, age eight years.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield, Mass., a farmer, and died in 1799; his widow married second James Newhall of Lynn, where they then resided. She died Feb. 18, 1855, age 77 years. Mr. Newhall died in 1843, age 87 years.
1434 Harfield, b. Mar. 1794
1435 Mary A., b. Sept. 28, 1795
Children by James Newhall,and Mary or Polly Smith born in Lynn, Mass.:
William, b. Jan. 4, 1803; died young
Charles, b. Sept. 17, 1804; died young
Alanson, b. Mar. 4, 1807; died young
Julia A., b. Mar. 20, 1809; is still living (1900) at Lynn, Mass.; unmarried
Nancy C., b. Mar. 1813; died young; unmarried
HARTFIELD HART (William, John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
Born in Lynnfield, MA 1794, son of William and Polly (Smith) Hart; married by Rev. Reuben Emerson at South Reading, MA, Sept 9, 1820, Mary Bryant. She died Jan. 14, 1833 and he married, second, Nov. 12, 1833, Elizabeth Page, daughter of Joseph and Jane (Little) Page of Goffstown, NH.
Mr. Hart resided at South Reading, which is now Wakefield, MA, a cordwainer. He died Nov 17, 1868, age 74 years, 8 months. His widow is also dead.
Children born in South Reading, MA to Hartfield and Mary ( Bryant) Hart
Mary Bryant, b. Aug 19, 1821; d. March 9, 1873; unmarried.
Bryant, b. Oct 27, 1823; resided in South Reading, a cord wainer; d. July 5, 1869 ,unmarried.
Sarah Ellen, b. Oct 9, 1825; m. April 9 1846, Andrew Young, b. in Stanstead, Can. They resided at South Reading.
Children of Sarah (Bryant) and Andrew Young
1. Lizzie Bryant, b. Jan 30, 1854; lived to be a young lady and died unmarried.
2. Edward Andrew, b. June 4, 1856.
3. Frank, b. Dec 2, 1856
4. Mary Ellen; m. Henry Ball. The whole family of Youngs died of consumption at early ages.
Albert, b. Feb 18, 1828; d. July 6, 1833
Henry Clay, b. Oct 2, 1830; resides at Orange, NJ
Everett, b. Dec 18, 1832
Children by second wife: Elizabeth( Page) Harfield Hart
Joseph William, b. Sept 23, 1834; d. Nov 30, 1836.
Three children; d. young.
Abner Bailey, b. Sept 13, 1838
Hannah Maria b. Oct 15, 1840; m. at Wakefield, MA by Rev. M.B. Chapman, May 23, 1871, Edwin William Ricker, b. Sept 4 1849, at Lyman, ME., son of George W. and Olive E. (Knight) Ricker. They resided at Wakefiled, MA. Mr. Ricker d. Feb. 16, 1887. and his widow lives at 33 Bryant street.
Children born in Wakefield: to Hannah (Hart) and Edwin Ricker
1. Frank Hart. b. Dec. 10. 1874, d. Aug. 19. 1875.
2. Earl Haskell, b. Feb. 17, 1878; lives with his mother, .John Francis, b. March 3, 1843
1446 JOHN FRANCIS HART (Harfield, William, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in South Reading, Mass., March 3, 1843, son of Harfield and Elizabeth (Page) Hart; married at South Reading, Aug. 14, 1864, Miss Lucy A.S. Conant of Stoneham, Mass., age 18 years, daughter of James F. and Lucy___ Conant; married second____, and married third, by Rev. Brewer G. Boardman, of Newport R.I., June 17, 1897, Mrs. Martha Etta Way, of Northborough, Mass., age 46 years, daughter of Perkins and Elizabeth (Shaw) Russell.
Mr. Hart resides at 22 Prospect St., Fall River, Mass., and is a commercial traveller, selling coffee and tea for a Providence, R.I. company. They have an adopted son:
1452 Earl Carpenter
1435 Mary A. HART (William, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Sept. 28, 1795, daughter of William and Polly (Smith) Hart; married Dec. 2, 1815, Gideon Phillips, and resided at Lynn, Mass. He was born April 18, 1791 and died June 11, 1861; his widow died March 1, 1820.
They had one daughter only.
Martha Jane, b. Sept. 14, 1816; m. Christopher Gore Bubier in 1833, b. Feb. 12, 1814, and d. March 20, 1881. She died Nov. 27, 1883
Children born in Lynn, Mass.to Martha (Hart) Christopher Bubier
Mary Hart, b. April 1837; m. in 1855, Gardner White of Marblehead, Mass.. She died 1864
Lizzie King, b. in 1844; m. in 1865, John Hussey. They had two children, Charles and Lillian. Mrs. Hussey d. in 1869.
George Edward, b. in 1847; d. in 1869; unmarried
Elbridge Worcester, b. in 1848; d. n. March 17, 1873, Harriet Lakeman of Lynn, Mass.;he died July 9, 1882. They had three children: George M. Lillian P. and Howard F.Frank Phillips, b. in 1852; m. Feb. 1891, Mrs. Harriet M Bubier, widow of his brother, Elbridge W. Bubier
1405 DANIEL HART (John Jr., John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass.; bapt. Nov. 10, 1771, son of John Jr. and Lydia (Curtis) Hart; married Dec. 13, 1792, Polly Tapley, daughter of Joseph and Mary (Smith) Tapley of Lynnfield, Mass. Joseph and Daniel Hart, two brothers, married two sisters, Elizabeth and Mary (or Polly) Tapley.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield, Mass., a farmer, and died Sept? or Oct. 20, 1827 (letters cut off in photocopy) His widow lived until Nov. 2, 1960, age 84 years, 10 months, 12 days, dying at North Reading, Mass.
Children born in Lynnfield of Daniel and Polly (Tapley) Hart
1453 David, b. Apr. 22, 1793
1454 Daniel Jr. b. Oct. 23, 1794
1455 Betsy, b. May 22, 1797; m. Apr. 21, 1816, Daniel Townsend of Lynnfield
1456 William b. June 13, 1799
1457 Lucy, b. Aug. 21, 1801, m. Martin Hart of Danvers, Mass., her cousin. She d. about. 1828.
1458 Phebe, b. Oct. 13, 1803; m. John Wheeler of Salem, Mass., and resided there.
1459 Aaron Tapley, b. Mar. 13, 1806; d. Aug. 3, 1846 of consumption, unmarried.
1460 Elijah Tapley, b. Sept. 23, 1808; d. Jan. 18, 1848; unmarried
1461 Polly, b. Mar. 23, 1811; d. Aug. 16, 1820
1462 Joseph Tapley, b.Mar. 10, 1813
1463 Sally Avery, b. Apr. 8, 1815; m. Benjamin Simons of Salem, Mass., where they resided.
1464 Clarissa Tapley b. Feb. 20, 1818; m. at Lynnfield, Mass., Sept. 29, 1848, Sylvester S. Beard, son of Merrill and Olive Beard of North Reading. He is dead; his widow is now living with her son at North Reading, Mass. The son, Frank Homan, was born Aug. 4, 1855; resides at North Reading, a shoemaker by trade; unmarried.
1465 Polly, b. Nov. 23, 1820; m. Apr. 25, 1839, Charles Norwood. They resided at Lynnfield, Mass., where she d. Oct. 20,1851.
Children:of Polly (Hart) and Charles Norwood
Mary L., Clara F., John C., and Charles H.
1453 DAVID HART (Daniel, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. Lynnfield, Mass., Apr. 23, 1793, son of Daniel and Polly (Tapley) Hart; married Nov. 10, 1816, Susan Eames, daughter of Nathan and Susan _____ Eames of Wilmington,
Mass. She died Apr. 9, 1871, age 74 years, 7 months.
Mr. Hart resided in Woburn, Mass., a farmer, and died Dec. 9, 1855 of apoplexy, age 62 years, 8 months.
Children: David and Susan (Eames) Hart
1466 Lovina, b. in 1817; m. May 2, 1839, John B. Kendall of Tewksbury, Mass.
1467 David Dexter, b. Mar. 15, 1819
1468 Sylvania; m. in Woburn, Mass., Dec. 26, 1847, John Wood of Burlington, Mass.
They resided a few years at Burlington and about 1863 removed to California.
Children born in Burlington, Mass.to Sylvania (Hart) and John Wood:
Mary Jane, b. Mar. 1, 1849
John Dexter, b. Apr. 7, 1851
Ann Hart, b. Dec. 18, 1860
________,b. Nov. 17, 1862
1469 Mary; m. by Rev. Joseph L. Bennett at Woburn, Mass., Jan. 19, 1843, Stephen A. Coburn.
1467 DAVID DEXTER HART (David, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Reading, Mass., Mar. 15, 1819, son of David and Susan (Eames) Hart; married Ruth Richerson Woods of Woburn.
Mr. Hart resided at Woburn, an express man, and died of apoplexy, Mar. 2, 1882. His wife is still living in 1900.
Children born in Woburn, Mass. to David and Ruth (Richerson) Hart
1470 Charles Choat, b. Sept. 5, 1845
1471 George Gould, b. Mar. 1, 1848
1472 Ward Wyman, b. Jan. 31, 1850
1473 David Dexter Jr. b. Dec. 27, 1851; d. June 26, 1853
1474 Lavina Louisa, b. July 11, 1854; m. at Woburn, by Rev. L. Thompson, Apr. 30, 1878, William Hamilton Curtis, age 23 years, b. in East Stonington, Mass., son of William H. and Ardgling (Hamilton) Curtis. They reside at Woburn, Mass., and have one daughter, Blanch Hart, b. June 30, 1879.
1470 CHARLES CHOAT HART (David D. David, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Woburn, Mass., Sept. 5, 1845, son of David D. and Ruth R. (Woods) Hart; married Apr. 12, 1868, Filena Greene Richerson of Stoneham, Mass.
Mr. Hart resided at Woburn, an express man, and died Dec. 9, 1889
Children born in Woburn: to Charles and Filena (Richerson) Hartt
1475 David Dexter, b. Sept. 15, 1869
1476 Mary Coburn, b. June 6, 1871
DAVID DEXTER HART (Charles C., David D., David, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Woburn, Mass.;Sept. 15, 1869, son of Charles C. and Filena G. (Richerson) Hart; married by Rev. Daniel March at Woburn,Sept. 19, 1891, Miss Mary M. Larrabee, age 19 years, born in Peabody, Mass., daughter of Henry D. and Harriet E. (Tucker) Larrabee.
Mr Hart resides at Woburn, an expressman.
Children born in Woburn to David and Mary (Larrabee) Hart
1477 Lena Elizabeth, b. July 17, 1892
1478 Louisa Ellen, b. Oct. 22, 1896; d. Sept. 13, 1897
GEORGE GOULD HART (David D., David, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Woburn, Mass.,Mar. 1, 1848, son of David D. and Ruth R. (Woods) Hart; married at Woburn, May 20, 1875, Mrs. Phebe Weeks, age 27 years, born in Stoneham, Mass, daughter of Samuel and Mary (___) Weed.
Mr. Hart resides at Woburn, Mass.
Children of George and Phebe (Weeks) Hart
1479, Mary Grace b. May 1, 1877
1480 Ruth Richerson b. Feb. 6, 1879
1481 Josephine Weed b. Aug. 31, 1880
1482 Helen Gould b.Dec. 30, 1889
1472 WARD WYMAN HART (David D. David, Daniel John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in Woburn, Mass., Jan. 31, 1850, son of David D. and Ruth R. (Woods) Hart; married at South Dartmouth, Mass., Oct. 26, 1875, Elizabeth W. Dexter, age 27 years, born in Dartmouth, daughter of Calvin and Eunice K. (Southworth) Dexter.
Mr. Hart resides at Woburn, Mass., an expressman
Child: of Ward and Elizabeth (Dexter) Hart
1483 Edwin Dexter b. Nov. 3, 1876
1454 DANIEL HART JR. (Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Oct. 23, 1794, son of Daniel and Polly (Tapley) Hart; intention of marriage Jan. 1, 1821, to Margaret Norton, born Oct. 30, 1796, daughter of Maj. John and Margaret (Batchelder)Norton of Royalston, Mass.
Mr. Hart resided at North Reading, Mass., a farmer, and died May 31, 1855 of consumption; his wife died in Reading, Feb. 4, 1867
Children born in North Reading to Daniel and Margaret (Norton) Hart
1484 Eliza Norton b. June 16, 1822, m. Oct. 26, 1841, Josiah Warner Coburn of Reading, Mass., where they resided. She died Sept. 9, 1875 and Mr. Coburn d. Jan. 24, 1886
The living children born in Reading, Mass to Eliza (Norton) & Josiah Colburn
Ida Eliza b. Jan. 6, 1858; m. Franklin Thornton Knight and resides at Waltham, Mass. He died Sept. 8, 1895
Charles Warner b. April 4, 1862 m. Caroline Tucker, and resides at Medford, Mass.
1485 Daniel Augustus, b. Aug. 15, 1824, m. Paulina P. Thompson. They resided in Boston for a time. He was a printer by trade, and died in Meriden, Conn. Dec. 27, 1867. They had a daughter Margaret A., d. at Boston, Nov. 23, 1849, age 1 year, 3 months, 24 days.
1486 Thomas Norton b. Jan. 20, 1829
1486 THOMAS NORTON HART (Daniel, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in North Reading. Mass., near Lynnfield line, Jan. 20, 1829, youngest son of Daniel Jr. and Margaret (Norton) Hart; married at Boston, Mass., by Rev. O. A. Skinner, Apr. 30, 1850, Elizabeth Snow, born in Bowdoin, Maine, daughter of John and Betsy (Ridley) Snow.
Mr. Hart resides at 298 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass.
Child born in Boston: to Thomas and Elizabeth (Snow) Hart
1487 Abbie Snow, b. Sept. 22, 1851, m. June 4, 1885, Carl Wilhelm Emst, b. Apr. 21, 1845 in Eddesse, Germany, son of Rev.Carl Emst and they resides in Boston. No children.
E. W. Emst (a journalist and writer) furnished a clipping which I reduced (his words) somewhat. It now reads thus: " Mr. Thomas N. Hart comes of sturdy New England stock, his ancestors residing in Lynnfield, Mass., including the first ancestor, Isaac Hart, who settled there in 1656. His mother's father, Maj. John Norton of Royalston, fought in the Revolution of 1776.
Mr. Hart attended the Bowdoin, Maine college, came to Boston in 1842 and was employed by Wheelock Pratt and Co. dry goods dealers, and two years later by Philip A. Lock Co., hat dealers; about 1860 he founded the hat store of Hart, Taylor and Co., and in 1880 became president of the Mount Vernon National Bank, of which he is still the head.
Mr. Hart was chosen to the common council in Boston the years 1879-81, to the board of alderman in 1882-86 and as mayor of Boston 1889-90 and 1900-01, receiving the largest vote accorded any Republican mayor up to that time.
In 1891, his qualities won the appreciation of the National government and he was appointed by President Harrison postmaster of Boston, which position he held until the Democratic administration. He was well-liked by all parties during his term; was courteous, genial and efficient in all the relations of life, with clear and quick perceptions, and is capable of any office in the United States."
1456 WILLIAM HART (Daniel, John, John, Samuel Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Jan. 13, 1799, son of Daniel and Polly (Tapley) Hart; married Elizabeth Bruce, born, in 1808 in Marblehead, Mass., a daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth (___) Bruce.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynn, Mass., a hostler and teamster, and died Nov. 11, 1883; his widow died Sept. 10, 1884, age 75 years, 1 month, 10 days.
Children born in Lynn:to William and Elizabeth (Bruce) Hart
1488 Elizabeth Bruce, b. Nov. 22, 1833; m. by Rev. E.G. Brooks, at Lynn, Mar. 16, 1856, George W. Timpson, age 24 years, b. in Boston, a cordwainer. They resided in Lynn, where she d. Jan. 6, 1877
1489 William Henry, b. Dec. 22, 1836
1490 Abbie Ann b. in 1839; m. at Lynn, Oct. 25, 1863, Benjamin Stevens of Marblehead, Mass., age 45 years. They resided at lynn, where he was a merchant. She is dead. No children.
1491 Thomas Bruce, b. Apr. 2, 1842, enlisted in the Civil War, and was Lieutenant in the Sixty-First Massachusetts Regiment. He was killed in battle Apr. 2, 1865, at Petersburg.
1492 George M. Dallas, b. Dec. 7, 1844, enlisted in the Civil War, Aug. 18, 1864, Company B, Fourth Mass. regiment, heavy artillery for one year; discharged June 17, 1865; m. at Lynn, Sept. 19, 1877, Ellen Medora Burns, age 25 years, born in Lynn, daughter of Austin C. and Sophronia Burns. He resides at Lynn, an ornamental letterer, and painter; was elected the twentieth mayor of Lynn, by the Democratic Party and Inaugurated Jan. 4, 1886, and Jan. 3, 1887 for a second term. In 1897 he was elected a member of the school committee. No children.
1493 Franklin b. Dec. 31, 1847; was publisher of the Marblehead Messenger, with E. I. Trask. He dropped dead on the morning of Jan. 15, 1872; unmarried.
1489 LIEUT. WILLIAM HENRY HART (William, Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Lynn, Dec. 22, 1836, oldest son of Elizabeth (Bruce) and William Hart, married at Springfield, Mass., by Rev. George B. Ide, Feb.1, 1866, Susan J. Harris of Springfield, age 24 years, born in North Yarmouth, Maine, daughter of Samuel and Susan W. Harris.
Mr. Hart resided at Chelsea, Mass., a lawyer. He was commissioned second lieutenant in the First Regiment, Massachusetts Artillery, Jan. 28, 1863. He went to Lynn on the morning, of April 16, 1897, and committed suicide by shooting. His widow is dead.
Children born in Chelsea: to William and Susan ( Harris) Hart
1494 Lucy Humphrey, b. Oct. 2, 1870; m. at Chelsea, Sept. 15, 1897, Horace Mann Pullen of Bangor, Maine, where they now reside.
1495 Marian Louisa, b. July 15, 1880
1462 JOSEPH TAPLEY HART (Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Mass., Mar. 10, 1813, tenth child of Danile and Polly (Tapley) Hart; married Dec. 17, 1834, Nancy Holt, born Apr. 3, 1815, daughter of Joel and Nancy (McIntire) Holt of Lynnfield. She died Nov. 17, 1883, in Lynn.
Mr. Hart resided in Reading, Mass., a shoemaker, and died at Woburn, Apr. 20, 1894.
Children born in Reading: to Joseph and Nancy (Holt) Hart
1496 Nancy Maria, b. May 3, 1836; m. at Reading, Apr. 9, 1854, William C. Pevear of Reading. They parted and she married second a Mr. Heald, and resides in New York City. Children by first husband were William H. and Nellie Maria.
1497 Henry Tapley, b. Aug. 7, 1838
1498 Orlando Judson, b. Nov. 20, 1840
1499 Susan Elizabeth, b. Dec. 9, 1842; m. in Boston, July 4, 1870, Mellen S. Doten. They reside at 115 Magnolia St., Roxbury, Mass.
Children: of Susan (Hart) and Mellen Doten
Luella Gertrude, b. Oct. 10, 1871, in Fitchburg
Mabel Clifton, b. May 30, 1873, in Fitchburg
Chester Woodman b. July 2, 1874, in Fitchburg
Arthur Chapman, b.Oct. 23, 1876, in Boston
Julian Watson, twin, b. Oct. 14, 1878, in Boston
Lillian Augusta, twin, b. Oct. 14, 1878, in Boston
Forrest Woodville, b. Dec. 4, 1879, in Boston
Leon Colburn, b. Dec. 9, 1885, in Portland, Maine
1500 Sarah, b. Jan. 9, 1845; m. Joseph Small. They reside in New York City. No children.
1501 Charles Warren, b. July 27, 1847, married at Woburn, Mass., Sept. 8, 1866, Hittie Ashland, age 19 years, b. in Canada, daughter of William and Elizabeth Ashland. They resided in Boston, Mass., where he was employed as a clerk. He died Apr. 19, 1901, age 54 years. No children.
1497 HENRY TAPLEY HART ( Joseph T. Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac), born
in Reading, Mass., Aug. 7, 1838, son of Joseph T. and Nancy (Holt) Hart; married at Lowell, Mass., Oct. 28, 1858, Lizzie Gordon Shedd of Lowell, born Mar.27, 1832, daughter of Zacheus and Caroline (French) Shedd. They parted in 1869.
Mr. Hart resides at Lowell, Mass., and Mrs. Hart resides at 79 Fremont St., Lowell, Mass.
Child of Henry and Lizzie (Shedd) Hart
1592 Bowers French b. July 29, 1869, in Woburn, Mass., in an architect at 79 Fremont St., Lowell; unmarried in 1902.
1498 ORLANO JUDSON HART (Joseph T., Daniel, John, John, Samuel, Isaac), born in Reading, Mass., Nov. 26, 1840, son of Joseph T. and Nancy (Holt) Hart; married at Melrose, Mass., by Rev. H. A.Stevens, Apr. 10, 1863, Abbie Dennett, age 20 years, born in Lynn, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (___) Dennett.
Mr. Hart resided at Woburn and was a railroad conductor. He died Dec. 28, 1891.
Child born in Woburn to Orlando Abbie (Dennett) Hart
1508 Edwin Judson, b. May 6, 1864; m. July 27, 1890, Ellen Sargent Jones. He resided at Lexington, Mass., and was employed by the Boston and Maine Railroad; he died May 29, 1899 and is buried in Woodbrook cemetery, Woburn. No children.
1406 JOSEPH HART (John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Lynnfield, Oct. 28, 1774, sixth son of John Jr. and Lydia (Curtis) Hart; married at Lynnfield, Mar.25, 1799, Elizabeth Tapley, born May 19, 1778, in Danvers, Mass., daughter of Joseph and Mary (Smith) Tapley. She died July 10, 1853, age 75 years.
Mr. Hart resided at Lynnfield, until about 1808, when there was a quarrel about the old homestead farm, and he and his family removed to Salem, Mass. While he was engaged in cutting ice, Dec. 3, 1830, he accidentally fell under the ice and was drowned in Salem pond.
Children born in Lynnfield: to Joseph and Elizabeth ( Tapley) Hart
1509 Joseph Jr. b. Dec. 3, 1799
1510 Mehitabel, b. Nov, 24, 1800; m. at Salem, Mass., Sept. 5, 1824, Richard Gale; he died in 1825, a sailor and was buried at Bombay. She m. second Dec. 1, 1836, John Fisk Burnham of Essex, Mass., b. Mar. 13, 1796, and d. Oct. 28, 1878. She is dead.
Children of Mehitable (Hart) and Jim Burnham
1. Francis Hart b. Mar. 18, 1838; m. Aug. 9, 1859, Ellen M. Dane, b. Feb. 4, 1841 and d. Nov. 4, 1884. They had one child Mary Frances, b. May 5, 1861; m. July 9, 1888, Fred T. Ross.
i. They have a child Francis Gray, b. April 30, 1892.
2. Joseph Howard, b. Dec. 17, 1844; m. Feb. 1, 1865, Lucy S. Whipple; she died Nov. 20,1869 and he married second Feb. 8, 1871, Sarah T. Trott, she d. Mar. 12, 1886, and he married third, Oct. 31, 1886, Mary Alvira Trowbridge. Mr. Burnham resides atIpswich, Mass.
Children born in Ipswich of Joseph Howard& Sarah Trott
Sarah Josephine b. Oct. 4, 1871; d. Jan. 9, 1873
Joseph Howard b. Dec. 16, 1873
Ralph Warren b. Sept. 12, 1876
Franklin Trott b. Oct. 10, 1878
Alice Gertrude b. Aug. 17, 1881
1511 John b. Sept. 16, 1802
1512 Jesse Tapley b. Apr. 16, 1806
1513 Charles b. Aug. 15, 1807
1514 David A. b. Nov. 5, 1810, in Salem, Mass.
1515 Mary Tapley. b. June 5, 1812 in Salem, d. Oct. 13, 1854, of consumption at Danvers, Mass. unmarried
1516 Sophia Rand b. Apr. 15, 1815; in Salem, married in Danvers, June 13, 1841, Samuel Newell Mahew of Danvers; he d. Feb. 27, 1877; she d. May 30, 1890
children of Sophia Rand (Hart) and Samuel Mahew
1. William Albert b. Nov. 25, 1842
2. Mary Florence b. June 26, 1849; M. July 20 1891, Alfred A. Fuller
1517 William Henry b. Apr. 5, 1819
1509 JOSEPH HART JR. (Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in Lynnfield, Dec. 3, 1799, oldest son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley) Hart; m. Apr. 15, 1824, Mary Richardson, daughter of Charles Richardson of South Reading, Mass. She died July 29, 1828, and he married second Dec. 17, 1829, Harriet Davis Clark, b. in Machias, Maine, daughter of Philip and Sophia (Fells) Clark, who were born at Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Mr. Hart resided on the old Hart farm in Lynnfield and died Feb. 20, 1822; his wife died Dec.23, 1873.
Children born in Lynnfield to Joseph and Mary( Richardson) Hart Jr.
1518 Joseph Lafayette, b. in 1825; in the Civil War, Oct. 19, 1861, Fourth Battery, Light Artillery, and d. at Fort Pike, Louisana, Dec. 1, 1862, unmarried.
1519 Mary Augusta b. in 1827; d. Dec. 10, 1828
children by second wife:
1520 Frederick, b. Oct. 16, 1831; d. Oct. 22, 1844, of typhoid fever
1521 Henry Jackson b. Oct. 14, 1833
1522 Charles Nelson b. Aug. 10, 1835
1523 Harriet Ann, b. Aug. 11, 1837; d. Nov. 7, 1844
1524 Emoline Augusta b. July 11, 1840; resides on the old homestead in Lynnfield; unmarried
1525 George Albert b. Oct. 7, 1843; d. Dec. 5, 1864
1526 Frederick, twin, b. Aug. 8, 1847; resides at Everett, Mass.; unmarried
1527 Frank, twin, b. Aug. 8, 1847; m. by Rev. William Butts at Lynnfield, Nov. 29, 1876, Julia Adelaide Cowdrey of Wakefield, Mass., daughter of Aaron T. Cowdrey. They reside on the old Hart homestead at Lynnfield, two miles from the centre. No children.
1521 HENRY JACKSON HART (Joseph, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in Lynnfield, Oct. 14, 1833, third son of Joseph Jr. and Harriett D. (Clark) Hart; married in Lynnfield, Oct. 14, 1858, Lois Augusta Shute, age 22 years, born in Lynnfield, daughter of Benjamin and Lois (Smith) Shute.
Mr. Hart resided at Ipswich, Mass., in his last days. He was a tanner by trade, and died of consumption, Dec.25, 1891; his widow lives at Ipswich.
Children of Henry and Lois (Shute) Hart
1528 Hariett Augusta b. Dec. 10, 1860, in Malden, Mass.; resides at Ipswich; unmarried
1529 Bennie Shute b. and d. Sept. 28, 1862
1530 George Alfred b. Oct.6, 1864
1531 Mary Josephine b. Jan. 28, 1872
1530 GEORGE ALFRED HART (Henry J. Joseph, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac), b. in Ipswich, Mass., Oct. 6, 1864 son of George A. and Lois A. (Shute) Hart; married Feb.6, 1895, at Ipswich, Mass., Bessie M. Wilson, age 26 years, born in Cambridge, Mass., daughter of Matthew and Mary (Lennon) Wilson.
Mr. Hart resides at Essex, Mass.
Children born in Essex to George and Bessie (Wilson) Hart
1532 Robert M. b. Nov. 6, 1895; d. Mar. 21, 1896
1533 Grace Mannering, b. Apr. 15, 1897
1522 CHARLES NELSON HART (Joseph, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in Lynnfield, Aug. 10, 1835, fourth son of Joseph Jr. and Harriet D. (Clark) Hart; married Nov. 3, 1859 Sarah Kembley Estes of Ipswich. Mass.,daughter of James and Experience J. (Wilson) Estes.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield; and in 1884, removed to Belleview, Florida, where he now lives; a farmer
Children of Charles and Sarah (Estes) Hart
1534 Ruth Estes b. July 3, 1862, in Lynnfield, d. July 13, 1862
1535 George Pierpont Estes b. in Ipswich, Jan. 14, 1864; m. at St. Myers, Florida, Jan. 31, 1897, Margaret Crowell Hogg, b. in Argyle, Nova Scotia, daughter of Nathaniel W. and Agnes (Brown) Hogg, who now resides at Ipswich. Mr. Hart resides at Miami, Florida, a builder.
Child George Margaret (Hog) Hart
1536 Parker Estes, b. Dec. 27, 1897
1511 JOHN HART (Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in Lynnfield,Sept. 16, 1802, second son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley) Hart; married by Rev. James Barnaby at Danvers, Mass., Nov. 9, 1830, Mrs. Sally ( Stanley) Thurston, a widow, and resided in the part of Danvers, which was changed to Peabody, Mass.; about 1848, he removed to Brighton, Maine, and in 1852, he went to Marysville, California, where he lived until Dec. 9, 1863. His wife returned to Lynn, Mass. where she died May 16, 1878, age 70 years, 7 months. She was a daughter of Samuel and Lydia Stanley.
Children born in South Danvers, Mass to John and Sally (Thurston) Hart
1537 Susan Augusta, b. June 15, 1831; m. in 1852 Reuben Ball, and resided at Lynn. She d. Jul. 4, 1854. No children.
1538 Laura Currier , b. May 15, 1833; m. in 1859, Nelson Brown of Peabody, Mass., where they reside. Mr Brown d. Feb. 9, 1863. No children.
1539 Pickering Stanley, b. June 18, 1835
1540 John Austin, b. July, 13, 1837
1541 Samuel Stanley, b. Oct. 27, 1839; m. July 13, 187, Lydia E. Bushby, age 33 years, daughter of Joseph Bushby. Mr. Hart resided at Salem, and d. in Florida, Feb. 28, 1894. No children.
1542 George Osborn, b. Oct. 7, 1841; m. by Rev. H.K. Pence at Cambridge, Mass., June 3, 1876, Ann Bell Morris. They reside at Worcester, Mass. No children.
1543 Cornelia, b. Aug. 10, 1845; d. in Bridgton, Maine, Feb. 23, 1850.
1544 Miles Stanley, b. Sept. 8, 1848, in Brighton, Maine
1539 PICKERING STANLEY HART (John, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in South Danvers, Mass., June 18, 1838, oldest son of John and Sally(Stanley) Hart; married by Rev. C.C. Gordon, at Peabody, Mass., Feb. 29,1860, Laura P. Grant, age 22 years, born in South Danvers, daughter of John and Lucy A. Grant.
Mr. Hart resides at Peabody, Mass., a tanner by trade.
Children born at Peabody to Pi ckering and Laura (Grant) Hart
1545 Alice Caroline, b. Apr. 16, 1862; m. by Rev. George A. Hall, at Peabody, Feb. 23, 1888, Charles Lincoln Osborn, age 26 years, b. in Peabody, son of Franklin and Sarah B. Osborn. They reside at Peabody, Mass.
Franklin, b. Sept.28, 1889
Stanley Hart, b. May 3, 1891
Sally, b. Feb. 22, 1897
1546 Georgie Stanley, b. Aug. 2, 1863; m. at Peabody, by Rev. J.N. Shipman, Nov. 7, 1889, Henry Weed, age 31 years, b. in Sandwich, N.H., son of Henry and Clara Weed. They reside in Manistee, Michigan. He is a tanner by trade.
1540 JOHN AUSTIN HART (John, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Danvers, Mass., July 13, 1837, second son of John and Sally (Stanley) Hart; married Apr. 30, 1863, Ellen Greene, born in Richmond, New York.
Mr. Hart resides at Salem, Mass., a clerk in Harris' grocery store. He was a soldier in the Civil War.
Children born in Salem, Mass to John and Ellen (Greene) Hart
1547 Grace Vie, b. Jan. 14, 1871; m. Sept. 7, 1892, Arthur C. Young, son of Clariborne and Caroline P. Young. They reside at Wilton, New Hampshire, and have one child, Clayburn Hart, b. June, 1895
1548 Fannie Greene, b. July 28, 1872; m. Sept. 7, 1892, Frank Taylor of Peabody, Mass., age 25 years, son of Sylvester and Mary B. Taylor of Jamaica Plain, Mass.
Children born in Peabody to Frannie (Hart) and Frank Taylor
Leland Hart, b. April 29, 1893
Helen Pearl b. Dec. 16, 1894
1549 Nellie A., b. Aug. 28, 1877; d. Jan. 9, 1878
1544 MILES STANLEY HART (John, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Brighton, Maine, Sept. 8, 1846, fourth son of John and Sally (Stanley) Hart; married at Lynn, by Rev. Henry M. King, June 8, 1871, Hattie A. Wales of Lynn, age 23 years, daughter of Nathaniel and Kate Wales.
Mr. Hart resides at Cliftondale, Mass., a drover and stone cutter. He died Dec. 17, 1898, of paralysis, at Saugus, Mass., age 50 years, 3 months, 2 days.
Child of Miles and Hattie (Wales) Hart
1550 Allston Frances, b. Dec. 10, 1883, in Lynn
1512 JESSE TAPLEY HART (Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in Lynnfield, Apr. 16, 1806, third son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley) Hart; m. at Salem, by Rev. Brown Emerson, Dec.19, 1826, Susan Estes Pratt, daughter of John and Mary Pratt of Salem.
Mr. Hart resided in Salem Village (so called in olden times, but was really Danvers, now Peabody, Mass.), until 1829, when he went to Marblehead, Mass.; about 1835 he returned to South Danvers, now Peabody, where he lived the rest of his life, dying of lung fever May 10, 1847. He was a farmer. His wife died May 2, 1881, age 72 years, 1 month, 28 days.
Children of Jessie and Susan (Pratt) Hart
1551 Jesse Augustus, b. May 8, 1827, in Salem Village; d. Aug. 3, 1841
1552 Mary Augusta, b. 1828, in Salem Village
1553 Sarah Pratt, b. July 28, 1830, in Marblehead, Mass.
1554 Charles Henry, b. Mar. 2, 1832, in Marblehead; d. May 10, 1832
1555 Samuel Pratt, b. Aug. 30, 1833, in Marblehead
1556 Sophia Ann, b. June 17, 1836, in Marblehead
1552 MARY AUGUSTA HART (Jesse T., Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in (Salem Village) Peabody, Mass.,Oct. 8, 1828, daughter of Jesse and Susan E. (Pratt) Hart; m. May 19, 1853, Ebenezer Pope Barrett of Peabody, where they reside.
Children born in Peabody to Mary (Hart) and Ebenezer Barrett
Eliza Ellen, b. Oct. 26, 1853; m. Sept. 29, 1881, George Frederick Osgood of Peabody
Their children of Eliza( Barrett )and George Osgood
Joseph,b. Mar. 23, 1884
Mary Elizabeth, b. May 10, 1887
Jesse Fremont, b. July, 11, 1856; m. May 25, 1879, Martha Annie Lord, daughter of David B. Lord of Peabody. where they reside. Mr. Lord is a plumber.
Their children born in Peabody: to Jesse & Martha (Lord) Barrett
Gertrude Lord,b. Nov. 19, 1879
Alice Very b. Oct. 15, 1881
Charles Edward, b. Mar. 28, 1885
Mary Symonds, b. July 20, 1893
Edward Pratt, b. Aug. 26, 1860; resides at Peabody, a metal dealer; unmarried
Mary Alice b. June 29, 1865; d. Sept. 22, 1867
1553 SARAH PRATT HART( Jesse T. Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Marblehead, July 28, 1830, daughter of Jesse T. and Susan E. (Pratt) Hart; married May 20, 1852. Eben Hooper. He died Oct. 30, 1856, and she died Oct. 28, 1858.
Children born in Peabody to Sarah (Hart) Eben Hooper
1.Eben Augustus, b. Nov. 21, 1852, m. Jan. 18, 1872, Isabel Bodge, daughter of Horatio Bodge of Peabody.
Eben Augustus' and Isabel (Bodge) Hooper children born in Peabody:
Ernest Eben b. July 9, 1872
Clarence Henry,b. Dec. 26, 1874, d. Feb. 26, 1883
Howard Augustus, b. Nov. 23, 1879
2. Charles Henry, b. June 22, 1855, m. Sept. 8, 1886, Mary Elizabeth Goldsmith Batchelder of Topsfield, Mass.
1555 SAMUEL PRATT HART ( Jesse T., Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Marblehead, Mass.Aug. 30, 1833 third son of Jesse T. and Susan E. (Pratt) Hart; married by Rev. Josiah W. Talbert at Danvers, Mass., Oct. 1, 1854, Eliza Carlton, age 19 years, daughter of John Larrabee of Peabody.
Mr. Hart resides at Peabody, a tanner by trade. He was a soldier in the Civil War, enlisting Sept. 16, 1862, Company C. Fifth Regiment, Massachusetts infantry, nine months' men; discharged July 2, 1863.
Children born in Peabody to Samuel and Eliza (Carlton) Hart
1557 Horace Augustus b. Jan. 14, 1855, m. by Rev. Daniel Wait at Peabody, June 13, 1878 Addie Elma Galencia, age 18 years, b. in Peabody, daughter of George P. and Clara Galencia. They resided at Lynn where he died Feb. 8, 1893. They had one daughter, Ethel Itsline, b.Oct. 23, 1893.
1558 George Henry b. Sept. 28, 1857; resides at Peabody, a tanner by trade; unmarried.
1559 Ida Florence b. Aug. 16, 1861; m. Aug. 17, 1890, William Brown of Peabody, where they reside. They have one child Chester Robins, b. Dec. 11, 1892.
1560 John Warner b. Aug. 7, 1864, M. Jul 31, 1895, Jennie Tucker Allen, age 31 years, b. Nova Scotia, daughter of Frank and Charlotte Allen Of Lynn, Mass.
Children of John and Jennie (Allen) Hart
1561 George Grafton, b. Nov. 23, 1895
1562 Guy Warner b. June 24, 1897
1563 Carrie Louella b. Aug.13, 1866,m. feb. 20, 1883, Horace Albert Lendall of Salem, son of John G. and Hannah a. Lendall. They reside at Salem.
Children: of Carrie (Hart) and Horace Lendall
1.Nellie Maud b. Apr. 9, 1883
2. Horace Elmer b. Feb. 8,1885
3. Florence May b. Aug. 2, 1887
1564 Elmer Justin, b. Sept. 4, 1868, d. Oct. 11, 1871
1556 SOPHIA ANN HART (Jesse T., Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Peabody, June 17, 1836, daughter of Jesse T. and Susan E. (Pratt) Hart; m. Jul. 21, 1859, Jacob Goodell Bodge of Peabody, age 24 years, son of Jacob and Hannah (____) Bodge. They reside at Peabody, and Mr. Bodge is a tanner by trade.
Children of Sophia (Hart) and Jacob Bodge
1. Arthur Pope, b. Sept. 15, 1859; m. Sept. 27, 1882, Nellie Matilda Winchester of Peabody, where they reside. He is a milk dealer.
Children Of Jacob and Nellie (Winchester)Bodge
Frederick Winchester, b.Mar. 24, 1884
Clarence Whittemore, b. Dec. 24, 1885
Sally Elenor, b. Dec. 26, 1887
Arthur Louis, b. Feb. 14, 1890
Howard Everett, b. Dec. 20, 1894
2. Freeman Peacock, b. June 2, 1869; M. Sept. 26, 1894, Mabel Alice Buxton, daughter of Samuel N. Buxton, of Peabody where they reside. They have one child, Horace Farley, b. Dec. 12, 1895
3. Susan Alice b. Feb. 25, 1872; unmarried in 1900.
4. Benjamin Huntington, b.Dec. 1, 1879
1513 CHARLES HART (Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born inLynnfield, Aug.15, 1807, son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley) Hart; m. Sept. 23, 1832 at Salem, Martha Sproul, b. in Scotland, Jul. 31, 1812, and died Dec. 13, 1851, and is buried at Reading. He married second at Reading, Feb. 28, 1853, Hannah Lee, b. in Nova Scotia, and died Dec. 16, 1858; he married third in Beloit, Wisconsin. Could get no further records.
Mr. Hart resided in South Reading, Mass., now Wakefield, a baker by trade. About 1855 he went with his family to Beloit, Wis. where he died Apr. 29, 1879.
Children: of Charles and Martha ( Sproul) Hart
1565 Henrietta, b. Sept. 22, 1834, in Salem; d. Dec. 11, 1835.
1566 Charles Howard, b. Nov. 29, 1836 in South Reading; d. Mar. 20, 1839
1567 Martha Sproul, b. Dec. 25, 1838
1568 Charles Howard, b. Feb. 2, 1841 in South Reading; m. June 10, 1885, Harriet Williamine Burditt. They reside at Wakefield. No children. Mr.Hart enlisted in the Civil War in 1861, for three years, Company E. Sixteenth Massachusetts Regiment, and was transferred in 1864 to the Eleventh Battalion. He re-enlisted in 1865 in Company D, Frontier Cavalry.
1569 John Francis b. Mar. 6, 1843, in South Reading
1570 David Allison, b. Jan. 2, 1846; m. July, 28, 1880, Alice Bradford Lebarron . They resided at Lynn where he died June 2, 1884. He enlisted Nov. 4, 1861, Company H, Twenty-fourth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, was promoted to corporal and was transferred July 9, 1863, to the Veteran Reserve Corps. He left no children.
1571 Albert Eugene, b. Jan. 19, 1849; d. Sept. 28, 1849
Children by second wife:Hannah Lee
1572 Mary Elizabeth b. Dec. 5, 1853, in South Reading; m. in 1883,
Charles Cloudman, and resided at Stoneham, Mass. She d. Dec. 29, 1884. leaving no children.
1567 MARTHA SPROUL HART (Charles, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in South Reading, Dec. 25, 1838, daughter of Charles and Martha (Sproul) Hart; m. in Beloit, Wis., Apr. 3, 1856, Oscar William Noble. They reside at Lynn.
Children of Martha (Hart) and William Noble
1. Clara Aladaide, b. Feb. 19, 1857, in Beloit; m. May 19, 1880, Austin Laroy Mansfield. They resided at Wakefield, Mass. She d. Apr. 12, 1882. No children.
2. Lizzie Emily b. Apr. 10, 1859, in Darlington, Wis.; m. Oct. 28, 1891, Eugene B. Sprague. They reside in Lynn. She d. Nov. 7, 1892. No children.
3. Oliver Phelps, b. July 5, 1861, in Darlington, Wis.; m. June 12, 1889, Lula S. Doten. They reside at Lynn. He is a bookkeeper. They have one daughter, Clara Lucy, b. Jul. 4, 1890
1569 JOHN FRANCIS HART (Charles, Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in South Reading, Mass., Mar. 6 1843, son of Charles and Martha (Sproul) Hart; married by Rev. Robert P. Rogers, at Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 2, 1861, Charlotte A. Currier, age 19 years, born in Gloucester, daughter of William and Mary Currier.
Mr. Hart resides at Gloucester, a stone mason. He enlisted in the Civil War at South Reading, Company E, Fifth Massachusetts Volunteers, and his services terminated July 31, 1861; he reenlisted from Essex, Mass., Aug. 2, 1862, in First Regiment, heavy artillery and was discharged July 8, 1864.
Children born in Gloucester John and Charlotte (Currier) Hart
1573 Charles Howard, b. Oct. 11, 1863
1574 Elizabeth d. Aug. 30, 1868, age 9 months
1575 William W. b. Sept. 5, 1867; is dead
1576 Lottie Arvilla, b. Jume 8, 1870
1577 Martha Ellen, b. Feb. 7, 1873
1578 Frances H., b.Dec. 7, 1875, d. Dec. 7, 1882
1579 Lizzie Fernwood, b. Jan. 2, 1879
1580 Nathaniel Webster, b. Sept. 22, 1881
1581 Guy Lawrence, b. Apr. 11, 1887
1514 DAVID A. HART (Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Salem, Nov. 5, 1810, fifth son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley)Hart; married at Salem, Melvina Treadwell, daughter of Lucas and Eliza Treadwell of Salem. She died Aug. 19, 1855, age 40 years, 8 months, 29 days; he married second, at Salem, by Rev. Samuel M. Worcester, Oct. 10, 1856, Mrs. Hannah W. Southwick, age 46 years, daughter of Kato and Hannah Martin.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynn, occupation a shipwright. He died at his son's residence in New York City, Apr. 1886
Children born in Salem to David and Melvinia (Treadwell) Hart
1582 Eliza Ann b. May 23, 1836; m. by Rev. William H. Eaton, at Salem; July 24, 1853, Charles l. Welch of Salem, a sea captain. He died and she married second John Francis McKeough. They reside in Salem; he is a carpenter by trade.
1. Charles Henry, b. June 20, 1861, resides in Salem; a clerk
2. Isabel Hutchinson, b. Feb. 25, 1873
1583 David J. b. 1837
1584 William Henry, b. 1839
1585 Mary Ellen, b. Mar. 26, 1842; m. at Salem, Jan. 20, 1862, Frank Bruce, age 27 years, son of Frank W. and Celia F. Bruce. They reside in Lynn. He is a shoe cutter.
Children:of Mary and Frank Bruce
1.Frank Elsworth, b. June 6, 1861; resides in Lynn; assistant cashier in bank
2. Charles Flint, b. July 1, 1874; foreman in box factory at Lynn
1586 Luber Treadwell, b. Feb. 13, 1844; d. Apr. 3, 1858
1587 George Albert, m. at Salem, by Rev. Mr. Bolles, May 17, 1877, Mary A. Goldsmith, age 26 years, daughter of Nathaniel and Olive (Burleigh) Goldsmith of Epping, New Hampshire. Mr Hart resided at Salem, a tailor by trade; d. May 28, 1891 , age 45 years, 2 months, and 2 days. No children.
1588 Jabez Treadwell; is dead.
1589 Charles C., b. Aug. 21, 1848
1583 DAVID J. HART( David A., Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Salem, in 1837, oldest son of David A. and Melvina (Treadwell) Hart; m. at Salem by Rev. Williard Spaulding, Mar. 11, 1860, Mary Lambert Goodrich, age 18 years, born in Salem, 1842, daughter of William and Clarissa Goodrich. She died May 13, 1878, in New York city.
Mr. Hart resided at Salem, a few years, when he removed to New York city. He was a carpenter and shipwright, and died Apr. 21, 1896.
Children born in Salem to David and Mary (Goodrich) Hart
1590 Willard Franklin, b. Dec. 9, 1860; m. July 10, 1890, Sarah Priscilla Swift of New York city. They reside in New York city. He is a boiler maker. No children.
1591 Edward Taylor,b. Apr. 29, 1862; m. Nov. 7, 1888, Martha Frances Wood of New York city, where they reside. He is an engineer.
Childern born in New York city Edward and Martha (Wood) Hart
1. Edna Florence, b. July 7, 1889
2. George Everett, b. Aug. 11, 1891
3. Edward Taylor, b. Jan. 5, 1893
4. Elsie Lovina, b. July 10, 1894
5. Willard Franklin, b. Feb. 11, 1897
1584 WILLIAM HENRY HART (David A., Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Salem, in 1839, son of David A. and Melvina (Treadwell) Hart; married at Salem, by Rev. S.F. Chase, Aug. 5, 1867, Minnie Lavina Deming of Providence, R.I.,age 23 years, birn in Gloucester, daughter of Elisha and Esther Deming,
Mr. Hart resides in Salem, a plumber by trade.
Children born in Salem to William and Minnie (Deming) Hart
1. 1592 Minnie Frances, b.Nov. 24, 1868, m. at Salem, Nov. 9, 1892, Ernest F.Bell of Beverly, Mass. a shoe manufacturer, age 24 years, son of William H. and Susan Bell.
2. 1593 Grace T. b. Aug. 14, 1872
3. 1594 Edward Henry, b. Nov. 25, 1874; m. at Salem, by Rev. Henry Bedinger, Feb. 10, 1896, Elizabeth E. Reagan, age 19 years, b. in Plymouth, Mass., daughter of John J. and Mary Reagan. Mr Hart resides in Salem, a shoe cutter.
Child of Edward and Elizabeth Reagon Hart
1595 Doris, b. May 3, 1896, in Salem
1589 CHARLES E. HART (David A. Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Salem, Aug. 21, 1848, son of David A. and Melvina(Treadwell) Hart; married at Salem, by Rev. L. Collyer, Aug. 2, 1876, Mary Ann Stickney, age 22 years, born at Salem, daughter of _____ and Hannah Stickney.
Mr. Hart resides at Salem; a plumber by trade.
Children born in Salem to Charles Mary Ann (Stickney) Hart
1596 Bessie T., b. Feb. 20, 1877
1597 Nellie F. b. Dec. 24, 1878; m. at Salem, Sept. 21, 1899, John S. Atkins Jr., born in Marblehead, Mass.; son of John S. and Ethel F. (Mason) Atkins.
1598 Florence M. b. Apr. 23, 1882, d. Apr.23, 1887
1599 Marian D. b.Sept. 28, 1884, d. Jan. 20, 1889
1600 George F. b. Sept. 26, 1891
1517 WILLLIAM HENRY HART(Joseph, John, John, Samuel, Isaac),
William was b. in Salem, Apr. 5, 1819, sixth son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Tapley) Hart; m. Dec. 28, 1843, at Danvers, Mass.; Jane Hastings Clark.
Mr. Hart resided at Peabody and went away several years ago. His wife is living (1900) in Peabody, age 84 years.
Children born in Danvers, now Peabody:to William and Jane (Clark) Hart
1601 William Herman, b. June 28, 1844, d. Dec. 6, 1880, of consumption; unmarried
1602 Joseph Fairfield, b. Jan. 17, 1846, resides at Peabody; unmarried
1603 Jane Augusta, b. May 13, 1848, resides at Peabody, unmarried
1604 Ellen, b. Jan. 14, 1850, d. Jan. 28, 1850
1396 ZERUBBABLE HART (John, Samuel, Isaac)
Zerubbable was b. in Lynn, 1738, son of John and Mehitable(Endicott) Hart;married at Danvers, June 22, 1762, Eunice Curtis of Danvers.
Mr. Hart resided in Lynnfield, a farmer; was a private in the Revolution, enlisting from Lynn in Capt. Nathaniel Bancroft's company and marched to the Lexington alarm, Apr. 19, 1775. He died Feb. 14, 1797, age 59 years. His widow was living in 1802. Probably went to Stoddard, New Hampshire.. The births of children are not found , but deeds show their names thus:
Children of Zerubbable and Eunice ( Curtis )Hart
1605 George, m. in Reading, Oct. 2, 1800, Eunice Upton of Reading. He was living in Lynnfield in 1803, when he sold out and next appears in Stoddard, N.H., in 1803. No record of children.
1606 Jacob, b. about 1774, he released his share of his father's estate in Lynnfield, to his brother, George, Mar. 17, 1800, as shown by a deed recorded at Salem, book 167, page 55.
1607 Eunice; released her share to her brother, George
1608 Sally, born about 1785. William Whitterage of Lynnfield was appointed guardian of this girl who was upwards of 14 years of age in
1798. Probate records of Cheshire County, recorded at Keene, N.H., show that May 12, 1803, she moved to Stoddard, N.H., and Andrew Robb of Antrim, N.H. was appointed her guardian.
1606 JACOB HART (Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
Jacob was born in Lynnfield, as supposed, about 1774, son of Zerubbable and Eunice(Curtis) Hart; he gave deed to his brother George, Mar. 17, 1800, to release his share of his father's estate in Lynnfield. This Jacob Hart next appears in Stoddard, N.H. He married Polly Shattuck, June 1804. At that time, a part of Stoddard was called Parkersville, and is now Nelson. They resided there for a time and soon after settled in Hancock, N.H. He died in Nelson, Apr. 15, 1862, age 88 years; his widow died in Windsor, N.H., in 1866.
1609 Charles b. 1804 in (Parkersville) Stoddard
1610 Asa b. about 1806, in Stoddard
1611 Eliza, b. 1810, in Stoddard, m. at Hancock, N.H., Oct. 3, 1837, Eli W. Reynolds of West Cambridge, Mass., b. in Peacham, Vermont, 1809, son of Joseph Reynolds. They resided at Keene. Mr. Reynolds is still living (1902) age 93 years; his wife d. Dec. 13, 1864, age 54 years.
Children born in Hancock:
1. Sarah Jane; m. Willard R. Graves of Keene, N.H. She d. Nov. 10, 1898. No children.
2. George Franklin d. Dec. 18, 1865, age 22 years
3. Mary Lizzie, b. 1852; m. Albert E. Jillson, and resides at Keene. No children
1614 Nancy, b. 1820; d. July 31, 1846; unmarried
1609 CHARLES HART( Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Parkersville, now Nelson, N.H., 1804, son of Jacob and Polly (Shattuck) Hart; m. about 1825, Ruth Day born in 1795, daughter of ___and Clara (Cram) Day. She died Dec. 5, 1859, and he married second____. He died May, 1879.
Children born in Hancock:
1615 Parker b. Oct. 24, 1826
1616 William Weston, b. Jan. 22, 1830
1617 Eliza b. Feb. 3, 1831; m. Nov. 7, 1850, David McCluer. They resided at Stoddard. She d. Oct. 7, 1877; he d. Mar. 16, 1889
1. Emma Tracey, m. a Mr. Weeks and resides in Surry, N.H.
2. Charles, resides in Boston
1618 Charles Jr. b. Feb. 23, 183(?)3
Child by second wife:
1619 Ada H. b. June 7, 1865
1615 PARKER HART (Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)
born in Hancock, N.H., Oct. 24, 1826, oldest son of Charles and Ruth (Day) Hart; married in New Ipswich, N.H. Jan. 22, 1848, Elizabeth Lydia Robbins, born Jan. 8, 1831, in Chelsea, Vermont, daughter of Hezekiah and Lydia (Dutton) Robbins.
Mr. Hart bought the house built by his grandfather, Jacob Hart, in Hancock, where he lived until 1857, when he removed to Stoddard, N.H. , and in 1864 came back to Hancock. He was in company with R.H. Colby atWilley's Mills, making bobbins, and lost three fingers. About 1871 he went to Nelson, where he now resides, and is a merchant. He enlisted in the Ninth Regiment, N.H. Volunteers, three years' men, and was in battles at South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, the siege of Vicksburg, the Battle of Jackson's Wilderness, Spottslyvania, Cold Harbor, and the siege of Petersburg; was wounded twice, sent to hospital and discharged. He was commander of Post Henry of Hancock, and of Stevens post, No. 86, G.A.R., at Stoddard, N.H.
Children born in Hancock:
1620 Charles A. b. Feb. 4, 1849; d. Mar. 1849
1621 Hariett Elizabeth, b. Feb. 12, 1851
1622 Almon Parker, b. Jan. 29, 1853
1623 Ethel Newcomb, b. July, 28, 1855
1624 George Hubert, b. May 16, 1857
1625 Fred. C., b. Aug. 2, 1859; drowned Aug, 13, 1876
1626 Emily B., b. Nov. 2, 1861; d. Sept. 2, 1862
1627 Sherman A. b. Aug, 11, 1865; d. June 12, 1885
1628 Ernest Melton, b. June 22, 1869
1621 HARRIET ELIZABETH HART( Parker, Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
born in Hancock, N.H. Feb. 12, 1851, daughter of Parker and Elizabeth (Robbins) Hart; m. Aug. 12, 1868, John Elijah Dunbar, b.Mar. 12, 1850. They reside at Paterborough, N.H.
1. John William, b.Dec. 8, 1868
2. Henry Walter, b.Dec. 13, 1870
3. Frances Peabody, b. Apr. 15, 1872, d. Dec. 16, 1873
4. Abbie Anna, b. June 9, 1873, m. June 9, 1889, Frank Amos Carroll of Barnard, Vermont. She committed suicide Oct. 29, 1892 leaving two children.
5. Clarrissa Peabody, b. Apr. 2, 1875
1622 ALMON PARKER HART (Parker, Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John Samuel, Isaac), b. in Hancock, N.H., Jan. 29, 1859, second son of Parker and Elizabeth(Robbins)Hart; m. Mar. 12, 1885, Sarah Alvina Sharon, b. Mar. 12, 1869.
Mr. Hart is now (1900) residing at Harrisville, N.H., a teamster.
1629 Emily R. b. Feb. 7, 1886
1630 Arthur A. b. Aug. 18, 1888
1631 Harry S. b. Apr. 6, 1890
1632 Robert E. b. July 14, 1892, d. Sept. 29, 1892
1623 ETHEL NEWCOMB HART (Parker, Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in Hancock, N.H., July, 28, 1855, daughter of Parker and Elizabeth (Robbins) Hart; m. (page 283) Sept. 12, 1873, Charles H. Trask. They reside in South Stoddard, N.H. Mr Trask is a glass blower.
Children: of Ethel (Hart) Charles Trask
1. Cora B., b.Nov. 13, 1873, m. Nov. 29, 1890, Floyd Hill of Stoddard, N.H.
2. Arthur E. b. Nov. 5, 1877, d. Aug. 12, 1880
3. Lula V. b. May 15, 1881
4. Grace L., b. Mar. 11, 1883
5. Charles E., b. Apr. 10, 1888
1624 GEORGE HUBERT HART (Parker, Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in Hancock, N.H., May 16, 1857, third son of Parker and Elizabeth(Robbins) Hart; m. May 14, 1884, Annie June Sharon, b. Apr. 6, 1868.
Mr. Hart resides at Stoddard, N.H. and keeps a hotel. They had six children, and all died in infancy.
1628 Eighth Generation - ERNEST MENTON HART, youngest son of Parker and Elizabeth(Robbins) Hart, b. June 22, 1869, m. Nov. 27, 1891, Mary Ella McGilvery, b. July 31, 1872.
Mr. Hart resides at Antrim, N.H. and is a furniture manufacturer.
Children: of Ernest and Mary Ella (McGilvery) Hart
1633 Cleora Geanne, b. Mar. 11, 1893
1634 Ai Ernest,b. Oct. 22, 1894
1616 WILLIAM WESTON HART (Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)
, b. in Hancock,N.H. Jan. 22, 1830, second son of Charles and Ruth (Day) Hart; m. May 28, 1864, Elvira T. Fuller of Northwood, N.H. b. May 2, 1846.
Mr. Hart resided in Northwood, a shoemaker by trade; he died Sept. 7, 1877, and his wife died Feb. 18, 1873.
Child:of William and Elvira( Fuller) Hart
1635 Charles Weston b. Oct. 11, 1868, m. Mar. 24, 1893, Nellie A. Steward of Stratford, N.H. Mr Hart resides at Dover, N.H., and is employed in a grain mill.
1636 Gladys M. b. July 14, 1894; d. Nov. 1, 1895
1637 Hazel E. Sept. 22, 1896, in Dover, N.H.
1618 CHARLES HART JR. (Charles, Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac),
b. in Hancock, N.H., Feb. 23, third son of Charles and Ruth (Day) Hart; m. at Nashua, N.H., July 7, 1853, Mrs. Lois (Due) Metcalf, b. Nov. 15, 1830. in Hancock, daughter of Eliot and Lois (French) Due.
Mr. Hart resides at East Washington, N.H.; a farmer. He was a soldier in the Civil War.
Children born in Hancock:
1638 Ellen Frances, m. July 4, 1872, George L. Austin. They reside at Antrim, N.H.
1. William Walter, b. Aug. 10, 1873
2. Frank Willis, b. Nov. 21, 1875
3. Bertha Mable, b. May, 22, 1888
1639 Jennie Sarah, b. June 14, 1861; m. Dec. 25, 1879, Frank G. Putney. Greenfield, N.H. No children.
1640 Frank Wesley, b. Feb. 20, 1865, in Hancock, m. June 1, 1892, Mrs. Anna Barbury French, b. Mar. 21, 1870, daughter of Jacob and Nancy Willrich Germans, of Gault, Ontario. Mr. Hart resides in Manchester, N.H. and is employed at Cheney's paper mill.
1641 1. Marguerite Lois b. Sept. 18, 1893
2. Irene Anna, b. July 24, 1896
3. Gladys Lillian b. Feb. 25, 1898
4. Alice Ardelle, b. Mar. 8, 1900
1610 ASA HART (Jacob, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)
b. in Hancock, second son of Jacob and Polly(Shattuck) Hart; m. at Hancock, Dec. 18, 1828, Mary Sawyer; she d. May 7, 1849, and he married second Mary Ann Tyrell, a widow.
Mr. Hart resided in Hancock, subsequently removing to Stoddard, a farmer. He died July 17, 1875
1652 Mary, b. Apr. 9, 1740; m. July 10, 1765, James Flint (his second wife). Mr Flint was b. in 1724, son of Deacon William and Abigail Flint of Reading. Children as shown by Reading history:
1. Adam, b. 1766, m. in 1792, Mary daughter of Joshua and Mary Osgood. He was drowned with his cousin, Nehemiah Hart, in Martin's pond, Reading, while fishing, June 8, 1808.
2. Jacob, b. in 1768
3. Elizabeth, b. in 1772
4. Mary, b. in 1773
5. James, b. 1779
6. Charlotte, b. in 1784
1653 David, b. May 2, 1742, in Reading. Probably left a son Elias, who m. Polly_____, and lived at Lunenburg, Mass., a cordwainer. No record of children.
1654 Joseph, b. May 15, 1746, in Reading
1655 Daniel, b. Jan. 22, 1748, in Reading
1654 JOSEPH HART (Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Reading, May 15, 1746, second son of Thomas and Abigail (Brown) Hart; married at Reading, by Rev. Elijah Stone, oct. 2, 1769, Anna Dix, born Apr. 27, 1751, youngest daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Batchelder) Dix, who was son of Joel Dix of Ipswich, Mass. He was sergeant in Capt.Rufus Mansfield's, Fourth Lynn company which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775, to Concord; service, two days.
Mr. Hart lived iin several towns during his life, as shown by the following deeds:
"I Joseph Hart of Fitchburg, Mass., house wright, for 300 pounds paid by Elias Sawyer of Boston, land in Narragansett, :Mass." Dated June 5, 1778, signed by Joseph Hart and Anna Hart, and recorded at Worcester, Mass. Another deed says:" I Joseph Hart of Townsend, Mass., house wright, for 210 pounds paid by David McIntire of land in Fitchburg, Mass., 21 acres and dwelling house." Dated Aug. 28, 1778, recorded in
Worcester, Mass., book 80, page 265. In 1779, and for a few years, they were in Mason, N.H., near the Massachusetts line. They afterwards lived at Salem, Mass.
Children born in Fitchburg, Mass:
1656 Joseph Jr., b. Aug. 8, 1775
1657 Asa, b. June 14, 1777
1658 John; was considered a great musician in his day. No record of his family. He was residing at Boston, Mass., April 17, 1815, and sold land in Salem to Bill Emerson of Topsfield, Mass.
1656 JOSEPH HART JR. ( Joseph, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Fitchburg, Mass., Aug. 8, 1775, oldest son of Joseph and Ann (Dix) Hart; m. at Salem, Mar. 18, 1798, Jane Simmons of Salem. She died in Lynn, Nov. 4, 1854, age 76 years, daughter of Mrs.Elizabeth Simmons.
Mr. Hart resided in Salem and Reading, and finally settled in Topsfield, Mass., a painter by trade. he died Oct.17, 1845, age 70 years, 2 months, and 12 days. The Topsfield records say he was born in Fitchburg, son of Joseph and Anna_____ Hart.
Children: to Joseph and Jane (Simmons) Hart
1659 a daughter; m. and lived in Lynn
1660 a daughter; m. and lived in Lynn Simmons, b. in 1812; d. in Topsfield, Mass., Jan. 1, 1846, age 34 years; unmarried.
1657 ASA HART (Joseph, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Fitchburg, June14, 1777, second son of Joseph and Anna (Dix) Hart; married Feb. 9, 1806, at Danvers, Mary Pitman, both of Danvers at the time. She d. Dec. 20, 1811, and he married second, about 1818, Tama Damon, born at North Reading, daughter of Joshua and Hepsibar (Flint) Damon. She d. Dec. 5, 1867, age 81 years, 2 months, 4 days.
Mr Hart resided at Salem, and finally settled at North Reading, a painter by trade. He d. Oct 25, 1824.
Children of Asa and Mary (Pitman) Hart
1662 Mary Simon, b. May 12, 1804, in Salem; d. Oct. 22, 1819
1663 Asa Albert, b. Apr. 29 1819; d. June 5, 1840; unmarried
1664 Joshua Damon, b. Feb. 2, 1821; d. young
1665 Joseph Muliken, b. Nov. 23, 1822 in North Reading, Mass.
1666 Benjamin Swain, b. Aug. 22, 1824, in North Reading
1665 JOSEPH MULIKEN HART (Asa, Joseph, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in North Reading, Nov. 23,1822, third son of Joseph and Tama (Damon) Hart; m. at Reading, July 15, 1847, Harriet Masilvia Symonds, b. Oct. 13, 1824, in Portsmouth, N.H.
Mr. Hart resided at North Reading for several years, and is now living in Boston, a shoemaker by trade.
Children born in North Reading to Joseph and Harriet (Symonds) Hart
1667 Almon Symonds, b. July 13, 1849; d. July 14, 1853
1668 Earl Fayette, b. Apr. 4, 1852; d. Aug. 17, 1852
1669 Almon A. b. Apr. 24, 1854; d. Aug. 18, 1855
1670 Joseph Augustus, b. Apr. 14, 1856
1671 Almont Spencer, b. July 8, 1857; resides in Boston; unmarried
1672 Almira Hortense, b. May 7, 1860; m. Oct. 10, 1886, Walter Cressey of Gloucester, Mass
Children of Almira and Walter Cressey
1. Eva Hortense, b. Apr. 12, 1888
2. Bertha Hart, b. Aug. 5, 1891
1670 JOSEPH AUGUSTUS HART ( Joseph M., Asa, Joseph, Thomas,Adam, Isaac),
born in North Reading, Apr. 14, 1856, fourth son of Joseph M. and Harriet M. (Symonds) Hart; m. at Boston, by Rev. A.A. Miner, Sept. 16, 1886, Nellie A, Mansfield, age 25 years, b. in Melrose, Mass., daughter of George A. Mansfield.
Mr. Hart resides in Boston; a real estate broker.
1673 Margariette Mansfield, b. June 15,1888
1666 BENJAMIN SWAIN HART (Asa, Joseph, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
b. in North Reading, Aug. 22, 1824, fourth son of Asa and Tama (Damon) Hart; m. at Reading, July 3, 1848, Emoline McIntire of North Reading, age 18 years, daughter of Jacob and and Mary McIntyre. She died Mar. 25, 1886.
Mr Hart is a shoemaker. He has resided in several places, and now lives at Ipswich, Mass. (1902)
Children of Benjamin and Emoline (McIntire) Hart
1674 Mary Simmons, b. Sept. 10, 1849, in North Reading; m. Feb. 28, 1878, Augustus Peabody. No children.
1675 Albert A. b. Jan. 15, 1852, in North Reading; d. Feb. 16, 1853
1676 Florence Emma, b. Aug. 21, 1856, in Montville, Maine; m. June 4, 1874, Charles Sidney Berry of Danvers, Mass., age 24 years, son of Allen A. and Abbie M. (Clement) Berry. They reside at Wollaston Heights, Mass.
They have one child, Almont Everett, b. Sept. 24, 1874.
1677 Frederick Oscar, b. Apr. 12, 1858 in Montville, Me., m. Dec.20,1883, Lucy Ann Lord, daughter of Ebenezer Lord of Ipswich. He resided at Ipswich, and was of the firm of Hart & Lord, merchants; dealers in fine groceries and garden produce, on Central St. He d. Apr. 21, 1901.
1678 Nellie Estella, b. June 27, 1862, in Woburn, Mass.; d. July 21,1875, at Ipswich.
1679 Charles Sherman, b. Feb.21, 1865 in Ipswich; m. July 25, 1894, Ella Provencher, age 18 years, b. in Lowell, Mass., daughter of Joseph and Philenva (Laflainen) Provencher. He resides at Brockton, Mass.
1655 DANIEL HART (Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Reading, Jan. 22, 1748, third son of Thomas and Abigail (Brown) Hart; m. by Rev. Elijah Stone at Reading, Feb. 5, 1771, Bethiah MacKintire.
Mr. Hart lived at Reading and about 1778 he settled at Groton, Mass.; he was a soldier of the Revolution from Reading, Dec. 19, 1774, Capt. John Flint's company, Colonel Davis' regiment. He was a farmer, and died in Lunenburg, Mass., May 9, 1812, age 64 years.
Children: of Daniel and Bethiah (MacKintire) Hart
1680 Daniel Jr., b. in 1771, in Reading, as supposed
1681 David, b. June 6, 1773, " "
1682 Jacob, b. Jan. 19, 1776 " "
1683 John, b. May 27, 1780, in Groton; he married and his children, as shown by settlement of Asa Hart's estate at Baltimore, Maryland, 1867, were Homer W.and John M.
1684 Nehemiah, b. Oct.2, 1785, in Groton was drowned with his cousin Adam Flint, in Morton's pond, Reading, June 8, 1808.
1685 Asa, b. July 4, 1788, in Groton; went to Baltimore and was a carpenter by trade. He m. Sarah________ and d. about 1867. No children. Isaac H. Caines was administrator of the estate, which amounted to $ 1,253.26. The widow received $626.63; paid for advertising for heirs in the Baltimore, Daily American, $35.00 advertising in the Cincinnati, Ohio Daily Commercial, Apr. 29, 1867, $48.00 advertising for heirs in the New York Daily Tribune Apr. 29, 1867, $48.00 paid to John B. O'Donnell, attorney for Homer W. and John M. Hart, nephews of Asa Hart, deceased. each $218.45. Recorded in book 80, page 208, at Baltimore court house.
1686 Elijah, b. Apr. 2, 1790; resided at Cambridge, Mass., where he d. Sept. 5, 1863, age 73 years, 5 months, 3 days. He was a painter by trade.
1680 DANIEL HART JR. (Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Reading, in 1771, son of Daniel and Bethiah MacKintire) Hart; married in Lunenburg, Sept. 13, 1798, Polly Marshall, daughter of Samuel and _______Marshall. She died Dec. 21, 1854, at age 80 years.
Mr. Hart settled at Townsend, Mass., a farmer, and he d. June 15, 1823.
They are both buried at the Townsend cemetery near the entrance.
Children born in Townsend: to Daniel and Polly (Marshall) Hart
1687 Samuel, b. 1799
1688 John, b. July 22, 1800
1689 Hannah, b. 1804; m. May 31, 1827, Deacon Daniel Giles of Townsend, where they resided. They had one daughter, Ellen, who m. Walter Bancroft of Townsend.
1690 Mary, b. Nov. 12, 1806; m. Oct. 5, 1826, Samuel Hazen Bailey of Lunenburg, Mass., where they lived. She d.May 9, 1862.
Children Of Mary and Samuel Bailey
1. Martha Ann Willard, b. Apr. 28, 1827
2. May Elizabeth, b. Aug. 30, 1842; m. Charles A. Goodrich of Lunenburg, Mass.
1691 Lincoln, b. 1810; both she and her husband are dead. No children.
1692 Daniel, b. 1812; d. 1833; he was engaged to Mary Whitney of Townsend when he died.
1693 Isaac, b. 1814; d. Oct. 4, 1820
1694 Eri, b. 1816; d. 1820
1687 SAMUEL HART (Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),b.in Townsend, Mass., in 1799; oldest son of Daniel Jr. and Polly or May (Marshall) Hart; m. at Ashburnham, Mass., Dec. 13, 1821. Lefy Brooks, daughter of Isaac and Faith Brooks of Ashburnham. She d. Aug. 26, 1883, age 82 years, 2 months, and 26 days.
Mr Hart was a farmer and resided at Townsend. He d. Aug. 8, 1856, age 57 years.
Children born in Townsend: to Samuel and Lefy (Brooks) Hart
1695 Lefy Rebecca, b. Oct. 3, 1823; m. in 1842, John Campbell Brooks of Townsend, a merchant.
Children of Lefy Rebecca (Hart) Brooks
1. John Frederick, b. Dec. 16, 1843; d. Mar. 27,1845
2. Samuel Flanders b. Mar. 27, 1845; d. Aug. 19, 1845
3. John Melville b. Feb. 12, 1850; m. July 6. 1876, Luella J. Dadmun of Winthrop, Mass.
1696 Samuel Giles, b. Oct. 11, 1828; m. Dec. 30, 1855, Martha F. Cummings of Townsend, where they resided. He d. Apr. 11, 1859, leaving no children.
1697 Daniel Lincoln, b. Oct. 22, 1831
1698 Emma L. b. 1837 d. 1838
1699 Mary E. b. Sept. 5, 1840; m. Sept. 5, 1860, Henry B. Hildreth of Townend. She d. May 18, 1865. No children.
1700 Charles Brooks b. June 9, 1845; m. by Rev. G.H. Morse, at Townsend, May 12, 1871 Eldora Adaline Lewis age 24 years, daughter of B.F. and Elizabeth_____Lewis of Townsend. They resided at Brookline, Mass. No children. He is of the firm of Lovell, Hart & Phipps Co., woolens, 30 Chauncy St., Boston (1900)
DANIEL LINCOLN HART (Samuel, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
b. in Townsend, Oct. 22, 1831, second son of Samuel and Lefy (Brooks) Hart; m. at Worcester, Mass., by Rev. M. Richerson, Jan. 24, 1861, M. Augusta Foy, daughter of Wyman Foy of Worcester. Mr Hart resides at East Weymouth, Mass.
Child: Augusta (Foy) and Daniel Hart
1701 Aubery Warren, b. May 29, 1868, at Weymouth, Mass., m. Apr. 27, 1898, Grace Larrabee, b. 1875 in Lynn, daughter of Joseph Lood and Mary Elizabeth (Trafton) Larrabee. They reside at Lynn. No children.
1688 JOHN HART (Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
b. in Townsend,July 22, 1800, second son of Daniel Jr. and Mary (Marshall) Hart; m. Elizabeth Butterfield Lock of West Cambridge, Mass. She died Feb. 25, 1851, age 45 years.
Mr. Hart resided at Townsend, and d. Apr. 19, 1854
Children born in Townsend:to John and Elizabeth Butterfield( Lock) Hart
1702 John Lock, b. Jan. 11, 1832
1703 George Lock, b. May 24, 1835
1704 Albert M., b. Mar. 23, 1837; resides at Virginia City, Montana, a miner; unmarried in 1900
1705 Samuel Bailey, b. Mar. 23, 1839
1706 Isaac Lincoln, b. Mar. 6, 1843
1707 Daniel A. b. Mar. 6, 1843
1708 William Henry, b. June 14, 1845
1709 Edwin Dana, b. Mar. 18, 1848; resides at Virginia City, Montana; unmarried
1710 Caroline E. b. Sept. 7, 1850; d. Sept. 19, 1851
1702 JOHN LOCK HART(John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
b. inTownsend, Jan. 11,1831, oldest son of John and Elizabeth B. (Lock) Hart; m. at Townsend, Nov. 11, 1854, Sarah Haniford, age 16 years, born at Smithfield, Maine, daughter of Stephen and Betsey ________Haniford.
Mr Hart resided at Townsend, and was employed in a steam mill, where he was killed by an explosion, May 26, 1862.
Children to John and Sarah (Haniford) Hart
1711 Sarah A. b. Oct. 16, 1855; d. Oct. 12, 1858
1712 Henry Lock, b. Jan. 15, 1861; m. at Boston, by Rev. John Hood, April 8, 1885, Penelope McPherson, age 24 years, b. at Cape Breton Island (Nova Scotia), daughter of Dugal and Jessie McPherson.
They resided at Belmont, Mass., and he is a farmer.
Children born in Belmont to Henry and Penelope McPherson Hart
1713 John Henry b. Sept. 12, 1887
1714 Edward Isaac b. Feb. 19, 1889
1715 Frank Alvah b. Aug. 13, 1891
1703 GEORGE LOCK HART (John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Townsend, Mass., second son of John and Elizabeth B. (Lock) Hart; m. at Townsend, by Rev. Thomas B. Treadwell, June 21, 1857, Amanda Hildreth, daughter of John and Sophia Hildreth of Townsend.
Mr Hart resides at Northboro, Mass., a carpenter by trade.
Children born in Townsend: to George and Amanda( Hildreth) Hart
1716 Adelbert A. b. April 27, 1860; m. at Chelmsford, Mass., Nov. 26, __ Park of Lowell, Mass., age 25 years, daughter of Andrew H. and Sophronia Park.
Children born in Northboro:
1717 Alice Louisa b. Sept. 27, 1886
1718 Florence d. Mar. 21, 1888, age 1 month, 2 days
1719 Lewis Park b. Feb. 2, 1890
1705 SAMUEL BAILEY HART (John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Townsend, Mar. 23, 1839, fourth son of John and Elizabeth B. (Lock ) Hart; m; Jan. 3, 1860, Julia Ann Chaffin, daughter of Joseph Chaffin of Townsend.
Mr. Hart resides at Ayres, Mass., a carpenter by trade.
Children: 0f Samuel and Julia Ann (Chaffin) Hart
1720 Albert Chaffin b. Dec. 15, 1869; m. at Sherley, Mass., by Rev. Loren B. McDonald, Aug, 22, 1886, Rosanna Wheeler, born in Leominster, Mass., Feb. 7, 1867, daughter of Jerome and Angie (Goodhue) Wheeler. He resides at Ayer, Mass., a dealer in butter, eggs and cheese. They had one son, Clarence Burley, b. July 3, 1887, d. Mar. 5, 1889.
1721 Joseph Edwin b. Jan. 22, 1871; resides at Ayer, Mass., a carpenter by trade; unmarried in 1900.
1706 ISAAC LINCOLN HART (John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Townsend, May 13, 1841, fifth son of John and Elizabeth B (Lock) Hart; married at Townsend, by Rev. Willard Upham, Jan. 14, 1867, Hannah Alice Evens, age 19 years, born in Townsend, daughter of Hosea and Elizabeth Evens.
Mr Hart resided at Townsend, a cooper by trade, and was killed by the explosion of a mill. April 19, 1872
1722 John William, b. Jan. 9, 1868
1707 DANIEL A. HART (John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in
Townsend, Mar. 6, 1843, fifth son of John and Elizabeth B. (Lock) Hart; m. at Belmont, Mass., by Rev. Amos Smith, Nov. 17, 1870, Maria Cheney, age 25 years, born in Watertown, Mass., daughter of Isaac H. and Mary A. Cheney.
Mr. Hart resides at Belmont, Mass.
Children: of Daniel and Maria (Cheney) Hart
1723 Grace Louise, b. Nov. 6, 1871; m. Feb. 8, 1898, Henry T. Baker, b. in 1872 in Auburn, N.Y., son of John T. Baker.
1724 Mabel Cheney, b. Aug. 25, 1876
1708 WILLIAM HENRY HART(John, Daniel, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Townsend, June 14, 1845, seventh son of John and Elizabeth B. (Lock) Hart; married Oct. 25, 1871, Frances Sybyl Shaw, b. Feb. 7, 1850, in New Bedford. Mass., daughter of Job L. and Phebe Ashley Shaw.
Mr Hart and family resides at SAGINAW, MICHIGAN, East Side, and he is treasurer of the Bay Port Stone Quarries and Lime Kilns company of Michigan.
Child William and Frances (Shaw) Hart
1725 Florence Ashley b. Aug.9, 1878
1681 DAVID HART (Daniel Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Reading, Mass.,June 6, 1773, second son of Daniel and Bethiah (MacIntire) Hart; m. at Ashburnham, Mass., by Rev. John Cushing, June 21, 1796, Lucy Page, daughter of Jonathan Page of Fitchburg, Mass.
Mr Hart lived for a time at Ashburnham, subsequently went to Dublin, N.H., and in 1841 went to Barry, Illinois. He was a farmer, and d. Jan. 17, 1851. His wife d. May 24, 1843. Both are buried in Barry, Ill.
Children of David and Lucy (Page) Hart
1726 Jacob b. Mar. 5,1797, in Ashburnam
1727 David, b. Apr. 10, 1799, in Dublin
1728 Nathaniel Foy, b.Apr.14, 1801, in Dublin
1729 Joel, b. June 28, 1803, in Dublin
1730 Lucy, b. Aug. 24, 1808, in Lunenburg, Mass.
1731 Suel Page, b.June 13, 1813, in Dublin, and is said to have left descendants
1732 Norman, b. Nov. 5, 1817, in Dublin
1726 JACOB HART (David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Ashburnham, Mar. 5, 1797, oldest son of David and Lucy (Page) Hart; m. in 1821, Susan Williams, daughter of Abijah and Susan Williams, Cornish, N.H. In 1824, Mr Hart went from Dublin to North Charlestown, N.H.; was a farmer, and for many years was largely engaged in hog, sheep and cattle raising. He d. Oct. 10, 1853; his widow then went to Plymouth, Mass. to live with her daughter, Mrs. Pickard. She died Sept. 22, 1855.
Children of Jacob and Susan ( Williams) Hart
1733 Cordelia Williams, b. Nov. 3, 1821, in Dublin; m. Sept. 4, 1845, Winlsow Pickard, son of Elijah and Tenta (Ransom) Pickard of Cornish, N.H. They reside at Plymouth, Mass.
1734 Adeline Willard, b. Jan, 4, 1826, in North Charlestown, N.H.; m. May 30, 1850, Freeman Watson Pickard, son of Elijah and Tenta (Ransom) Pickard of Plymouth, Mass. who were living in Cornish, N.H., in 1846.
They resided in Plymouth where he carried on a fishing business. He d. Jan. 21, 1882; his wife d. Jan. 18, 1875. No children living.
CLARISSA HART (Nathaniel F., David Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
Born June 22, 1833, in Dublin, N.H., daughter of Nathaniel F and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; m. Oct. 4, 1851, Samuel Davis of Barry, Ill.; a merchant.
Children born in Barry to Clarissa (Hart) and Samuel Davis
1. Stephen A.; m. Jessie M. Tucker. They reside at Barry, and have one daughter, Geneva.
2. Lillian May m. John C. Moon, and resides at St. Louis, MO. He was a merchant
3. Nathaniel R.; m. Lizzie Jennings. He is postmaster at Barry, They have two children, Pearl and Clarence.
4. Ernest H.
5. Clara Bell
6. Anna; m. Charles W. Allen, and resides at St. Louis, Mo. No children
7. Samuel C. m. Julia Davis and resides at New Canton, Ill., No children
8. Daniel D.; m. Daisy Brown, and resides at Barry, Ill. They have two children , Juanita May, and Anna Luciel.
1743 DAVID GRIGGS HART (David, David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born
in Brighton, Mass., Jan. 10, 1832, second son of David Jr. and Eliza (Griggs) Hart; m. at Brighton, July 30, 1851, Esther S. Vose, born in Milton, Mass., daughter of William and Eliza Vose. She died in Boston, Jan. 7, 1890, age 58 years, 1 month, 29 days.
Mr. Hart resided in Brighton, a merchant, and d. Nov. 11 1860, of a fever.
Children born in Brighton to David and Esther (Vose) Hart
, b. Oct. 3, 1853; d. Jan. 28, 1864
1749 Adeline, b. Sept. 21, 1854
1750 Ella. d. Jan. 10, 1855
1751 William Vose, b. Aug. 23, 1858; d. Sept. 14, 1858
1752 Walter Allen; d. Mar. 11, 1860
1753 Mary E.; d. Aug. 7, 1861
1745 MARY SLADE HART (David, David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in Brighton, Mass., Mar. 3, 183 daughter of David Jr. and Eliza ( Griggs) Hart; m. at Brighton, by rev. F.A. Whitney, Aug. 12, 1855, Robert Ross of Dorchester, Mass., age 24 years, born in Prince, Nova Scotia, son of Angus and Anna Ross. They must have parted, as she m. Oct. 16, 1866, James L. Wheat. She now resides in Los Angeles, California.
1. Albert C., b. Oct. 11, 1867, in Wheaton, Ill.; resides in San Rafael, Cal., a teacher
2. Walter Russell, b. Oct. 13, 1869, in Wheaton, Ill; resides at Los Angeles, Cal., a teacher
3. Carrie M., b. Aug. 24, 1875, in Joliet, Ill.
4. Edith M., b. Aug. 8, 1878, in Joliet, Ill.
1728 NATHANIEL FOY HART (David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Dublin, N.H., April 24, 1801, third son of David and Lucy (Page) Hart; m. in 1825, Clarissa Hill, b. Oct. 12, 1800, daughter of John and Susanna (Harwood) Hill.
Mr. Hart lived at Dublin, N.H. and Ashburnham, Mass. He went to Barry, Ill. in 1838, was a farmer, and d. May 12, 1884. His wife d. Aug. 3, 1883, age 83 years.
Children of Nathaniel & Clarissa( Hill) Hart
1754 Nathaniel Page, b. Feb. 6, 1826, in Dublin, N.H.
1755 Orlando Hill, b. in 1829 "
1756 Clarissa, b. June 22, 1833 "
1757 Isaac b. Apr. 26, 1827, in Boston
1758 Norman, b. Mar. 12, 1840, oin Barry, Ill.
1859 Granville, b. June 12, 1845 in Barry
1754 NATHANIEL PAGE HART (Nathaniel F., David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in Dublin, N.H., Feb. 6, 1826, oldest son of Nathaniel F.
and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; m. in 1850, Louisa Blair, daughter of Samuel and Anna (Brewster) Blair of Barry, Ill.
Mr. Hart resided near Barry, a farmer, d. April 11, 1896. His widow is living at Barry.
Children born in Barry to Nathaniel and Louisa (Blair) Hart
1760 Lucy Ellen; m. Oct 15, 1876, William Wike of Barry, Ill., where they reside. Children: Ellis B., Bertha A., Lewis E., and Ida
1761 George; resides at Barry; unmarried in 1898 William Wager
1763 Clara; m. Moses Morey, and resides in New Canton, Ill. No children.
1764 William; m. Ibbie Lippincott, daughter of C.P. Lippincott of Barry, where they reside. They have one daughter, Edona.
1755 OLANDO HILL HART (Nathaniel F. David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Dublin, NH, in 1829, second son of Nathaniel F. and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; went to Barry, Ill. with his parents in 1838; married in 1847, Jenetta West, born in Pennsylvania, and d. 1850; he married second, April 1854, Mary Jane Blair, daughter of Harvey Blair of Barry.
Mr. Hart resided on a farm at Barry, and d. Jan. 7, 1879. His widow lives at Barry.
Children born at Barry to Olando and Jenetta (West) Hart
1765 Alvin Olando, b. Sept. 9, 1850
Children by second wife: Mary Jane Blair
1766 Ella, b. April 25, 1856; m. William Morey and resides at New Canton, Ill. Children: Joel, Charles, Jennie and George
1767 John,b. Sept. 21, 1857
1768 Katie, b. Feb. 19, 1860; m. William Rankin, and resides at New Canton. Children: Mattie, Vira, Nettie and Olando
1769 Charles, b. April 12, 1862
1770 Alfred, b. May 24, 1864
1771 Jenetta, b. April 12, 1868; m. Alvin Gard, and resides at New Canton, Ill. Children: Obed, Hattie, and Lena
1772 Lena, b. Nov. 27, 1872; m. Robert Gard, a brother of her sister's husband. They reside at New Canton, and have one son, George.
1765 ALVIN OLANDO HART (Olando H., Nathaniel F., David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in Barry, Sept. 9, 1850, oldest son of Olando H. and Jenetta (West) Hart; married April 11, 1872, Louisa Cockron, daughter of Thomas and Lucy Cockron of Barry.
Mr. Hart is a farmer near Barry.
Children of Alvin and Louisa (Cockron) Hart
Thomas Olando, b. 1873
Carrie, b. 1875; m. Feb. 1902, Edward Hill
Ernest Davis, b. 1879; m. April 1902, Robert T. Piper, a merchant, of Kinderbrook, Ill.
1757 ISAAC HART (Nathaniel F. David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Dublin, N.H., April 26, 1827; third son of Nathaniel F. and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; m. Sept. 6, 1860, Sally Ann Gorton, b. Aug. 21, 1841, daughter of C.R. and Charlotte C. (Richardson) Gorton, of Barry.
Mr. Hart resides at Barry; a farmer.
Children born in Barry to Isaac and Sally Ann (Gorton) Hart
1782 Clara Sylvia, b. July 4, 1861
1783 Lotta Maria, b. Aug. 18, 1866; m. Jan. 18, 1899, George Glattfield
1784 Frank Isaac, b. Aug. 14, 1872
1785 Fred Caleb, b. Sept. 4, 1877
1758 NORMAN HART (Nathaniel F., David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in Barry, March 12, 1840, fourth son of Nathaniel F. and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; m. in 1866, Sally Underwood, and resided near Barry. He died June 28, 1900.
Children of Norman and Sally (Underwood) Hart
Mary; m. Granville Hart, and lived at Barry. She d. March 1898.
1759 GRANVILLE HART(Nathaniel F., David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac),
born in Barry, Ill., Jan. 12, 1845, fifth son of Nathaniel F. and Clarissa (Hill) Hart; m. April 4, 1866, Mary Garrett of Barry, born March 12, 1837, daughter of Samuel Garrett.
Mr. Hart resides on a farm near Barry.
Children of Granville and Mary (Garrett) Hart
1786 Mary Bell, b. 1867; m. John Tillman, and resides at Barry
1787 Mattie Joanna; m. John Earley; resides at Barry
1789 Josephine, b. 1872
1729 JOEL HART(David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Dublin, NH, June 28, 1803, fourth son of David and Lucy (Page) Hart; m. Sept. 24,1825, Anna Hardy, daughter of Thomas Hardy of Dublin.
Mr. Hart lived in Dublin until 1837, when he removed to Barry; a farmer, and died Feb. 28, 1877. He married a second wife, Tryphena Gorton.
Children born in Dublin, NH to Joel and Anna (Hardy) Hart
1790 Lucy, b. Nov. 16, 1826; m. Nov. 2, 1847, James A. Smith of Barry; he was a merchant, and resided at several places; d. Aug. 1871 and is buried at Barry. Lucy (Hart) Smith d. Aug. 5, 1871.
Children: Lucy ( Hart) and James Smith
1. George, b. 1849; d. 1869
2. Lizzie, b. July 8, 1856; m. William Brownell and resides at Iowa Park, Texas. Children: Margaret L., Stella Viola, George, Anna and Belle.
3. Wilmont, b. 1859; d. 1891 in Mexico
1791 Joel Willard, b. Sept. 11, 1830
1792 Anna Eliza, b. Mar. 29, 1833, in Dublin, NH; m. Dec. 2, 1852, James Yancy of Barry, where they resided. He was a blacksmith by trade, and d. Oct. 4, 1890; his widow lives at Barry.
Children: of Anna (Hart) and James Yancy
1. Rufus Willard, b. 1853; m. Dec. 2, 1877, Maria Triplett, and resides at Barry.
Children of Rufus and Maria Yancy
Lillian; m. June 1903, B.F. Churchill of Denver, Colorado
2. Stella L., b. Feb. 1, 1859; m. 1883, E.E. Gard and resides in St. Joseph, Missouri. They have 2 children, Herman and Erold.
3. Selwyn, b. 1863; d. 1880
1792 1/2 Roger William, b. June 1842 in Barry
1791 JOEL WILLARD HART (Joel, David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Dublin, NH, Sept. 11, 1830, only son of Joel and Anna (Hardy) Hart; married Dec. 31, 1860, Caroline Brownwell of Barry, daughter of Benjamin and Jane (Rickey) Brownwell.
Mr. Hart resides at Barry, a farmer.
Children of Joel and Caroline ( Brownwell) Hart
1793 Anna, b. 1862; d. 1864
1794 Henry Elbert, b. Nov. 22, 1865; d. July 6, 1886
1795 Edward Lewis, b. Aug. 8, 1868
1796 Jennie, b. Mar. 23, 1851, resides at Barry, a school teacher; was m. Dec. 14, 1898, to Fred M. Strubinger of Barry, a farmer.
Children of Jennie 9Hart) and Fred Strubinger
Lucian Hart, b. Sept. 23, 1899
Julian Willard, b. Feb. 3, 1902
1795 EDWARD LEWIS HART (Joel W., Joel, David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), born in Barry, Aug. 8, 1868, second son of Joel W. and Caroline (Brownwel) Hart; m. at Barry, Mar. 18,1894, Anna Fitch, daughter of Simeon and Eliza Fitch.
Mr. Hart resides at Barry, a farmer.
Children of Edward and Anna (Fitch) Hart
1797 Lewis Fitch, b. Apr. 15, 1895
1798 Hermon E., b. Apr. 9, 1897 Raymond Joel, b. Oct. 19, 1901
1792. Roger William Hart (Joel, David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
1793. born in Barry, Ill., June 1842, youngest son of Joel and second wife, Tryphena (Groton) Hart; m. Mary Ann Cochran, daughter of Thomas and Lucy Cochran.
Mr. Hart resides at Barry, a farmer.
Children of Roger and Mary Ann( Cochran) Hart
1. Willie Ernest, b. Aug. 13, 1870; m. Oct. 8, 1897, Celia Parks, daughter of Joseph Parks, and resides at Barry. They have a son, Russell Dean, b. Nov. 22, 1901.
2. Laura Dean, b. Nov. 24, 1871; unmarried in 1903
1730 Lucy Hart ( David, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Lunenburg, Mass., Aug. 24, 1808; m. Dec. 6, 1838, David Morrison Prescott, born July 29, 1809; d. Aug. 3, 1867. Mrs Prescott died Dec. 8, 1893. They went to Barry for a few years but returned to Mass.
Children of Lucy (Hart) and David Prescott
1. James Hart, b. Apr.25, 1842, in Barry; d. June 26, 1847
2. Amanda Catherine, b. Jan. 21, 1843; d. May 19, 1894; unmarried
3. Lucy Page, b. Mar. 22, 1845, in Barry; m. in Boston, Mass., June 27, 1876, Lawson G. Harrington. They reside at Worcester, Mass.
Children of Lucy (Prescott) and Lawson G. Harrington
1. Ethel b.Apr. 13, 1877; d. May 18, 1884
2. Lawson Prescott b. July 21, 1879 d. Apr. 18, 1884
3. Clara May b. Mar. 1, 1881 d. Apr. 24, 1884
4. Ida Lucy b. June 8, 1882
5. Ernest Herbert b. Sept. 26, 1884, in Worcester
6. Elmer Cleza b. Sept. 20, 1886, in Worcester; d. Feb. 2, 1887
1682 Jacob Hart (Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
b. in Reading, Mass., Jan. 19,1776, third son of Daniel and Bethiah (Mackentire)Hart; m. at Brookline,Mass, Mar. 24, 1803, Lydia Rice, who died in about one year; he married second, Aug. 7, 1808, Rachel Haynes, b. in Natick. Mass., Feb. 1786, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Ferrett) Haynes.
Mr. Hart settled first at Natick, and soon after went to Lunenburg, Mass., where he bought a farm and remained until 1821; he then sold out and bought a large farm in Keene, N.H. to which they removed, journeying by ox teams, a son Nehemiah, walking and driving the herd of cattle. He died Feb. 19, 1856; his widow d. July 11, 1858.
1799 Nehemiah, b. at Natick d. young
1800 Nehemiah b. Feb. 3, 1810 at Natick
1801 Mary b. Apr. 7, 1811 at Lunenburg, Mass.; d. Feb. 9, 1814
1802 Mary Ann b. Jan. 15, 1815; d. Feb. 14, 1897 in Keene
1803 Betsey Haynes b. Mar. 13, 1819 in Lunenburg
1804 Rachel Maria b. in Lunenburg d. young
1805 Rachel Maria b. Jan. 24, 1824 in Keene
1806 Jacob Jr. b. Feb. 14, 1828 in Keene
1807 Frances Jane b. Apr. 10, 1830 in Keene
1800 Colonel Nehemiah Hart (Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
b in Natick, Feb. 3, 1810, oldest living son of Jacob and Rachel (Haynes) Hart. He resided on the farm in the west part of Keene, receiving a common school education and assisting his father on the farm until after his marriage. About this time, he contracted for and built the road around Spofford Lake, Chesterfield, which is now a popular summer resort.
Mr Hart was captain of the Ninth New Hampshire State Militia 1834-1836, and he was commissioned lieutenant-colonel Sept. 4, 1837. He married Aug. 25, 1841, Miranda Rosetta Miller, daughter of Caleb and Sarah C. (Pierce) Miller of Charlestown, N.H. Mr Hart purchased a farm in west Keene, where he engaged in farming and dairying and carried on the lumber business during winters. About 1845 he purchased a large tract of land on the south side of West St. in Keene, which he improved, building several houses. He laid out the court known as Hart place to which he removed from his farm in 1868 where he resided until his death Nov. 16, 1890, age 80 years and 9 months. His widow d. Jan. 16, 1893, age age 75 years. She was one of the earliest members of the First Baptist church at Keene.
Children born in Keene: Miranda Rosetta (Miller) and Nehemiah Hart
1808 Henry Hubbard, b. Aug. 14, 1842, was a machinist by trade. He was a Knight Templar and a 32nd degree Mason; d. Oct.3, 1892; unmarried
1809 George Jacob, b. Aug. 8, 1844; was employed in sash and blind shopsat Keene and at Portland, Maine; he d. Dec. 23, 1867, unmarried
1810 Rosetta Miranda, b. Aug. 23, 1846
1811 Frances Elizabeth, b. Nov. 17, 1848; m. Thomas William Armstrong of Keene, a printer, who d. Sept. 17, 1882. No children.
1812 Julia Ann b. Mar. 14, 1851, employed by Sentinel Publishing co. of Keene since 1869; unmarried
1813 Charles Sumner b. Feb. 17, 1853, was a machinist and carpenter. He d. Oct. 15, 1900 at Concord, N.H.; unmarried
1814 Nancy Lavinia, b. Oct. 16, 1856 school teacher for 20 years; unmarried
1815 Hattie Stella b. Aug. 8, 1859, employed by Sentinel Pub. Co.; unmarried
1810 Rosetta Miranda Hart ( Nehemiah, Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
born in Keene Aug. 23, 1846, daughter of Nehemiah and Miranda R. (Miller) Hart; she was a school teacher we left off last night with school teacher......and was married June 2, 1868 to Maj. Henry Marshall Staples, b. in Westmoreland, N.H., Feb. 23, 1843, son of Jacob and Harriet E. (Winchester) Staples. Mr. Staples was a soldier in the 14th Regiment, N.H. Volunteers, and was the principal musician of the regiment; discharged July 8, 1865. After his discharge he returned to Keene and learned the engineer's trade. He died as a result of a collision on his engine, Oct. 21, 1876.
Children born in Keene of
Rosetta (Hart) Henry Staples
2.Irvin Winchester, b. Mar. 6, 1871; employed by Sentinel Pub. Co. Keene
3.Don Henry b. Mar. 23, 1876; a machinist , employed by the Fitchburg Railroad Co. at Keene, m. at Keene, Nov. 23, 1898, Mabel Alice Reed. They have a son Earl Hart, b. Oct. 15, 1899
1803 Betsey Haynes Hart (Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac)
b.in Lunenburg, Mass. Mar 13, 1819, a daughter of Jacob and Rachel (Haynes) Hart; was a teacher in the public school before her marriage Nov. 10, 1841 to Dauphin Wilson Comstock, born in Sullivan, N.H., Jan. 3, 1815, son of William and and Ruth(Crane)Comstock.
Mr. Comstock resided at Keene, where he was a contractor and builder for many years. His wife died July 15, 1864, and he married second, Oct. 4, 1865, Mrs. Frances Jane (Hart) Howard, sister of his first wife. Mr Comstock and family removed in 1876, to Grand Rapids Michigan. His second wife d. July 6, 1897.
Children born in Keene to
Betsey (Hart) and Dauphin Comstock
Everett dauphin Comstock, b. Sept. 22, 1851; went to Grand Rapids, Michigan, with his father in 1876 and m. June 6, 1876, at Grand Rapids, Caroline Babbcock, born in Newstart, Wurtenburg, Germany, May 21, 1855, daughter of Christian and Louisa (Schoeck) Babbcock. She d. Dec. 20, 1880, and he married second, about 1890, Anna K. Welling, b. Mar. 19, 1872, in Pyemaker, Holland, daughter of Jacob and Maria (Snyder) Welling.
Children born in Grand Rapids, Mich.
Gertrude Comstock Hart, born in Keene, Oct. 21, 1868, daughter of Dauphin
W. and Frances Jane (Hart) Comstock; m. July 4, 1891, Benjamin M. Corwin, a
lawyer. They reside at Grand Rapids, Mich.
Born in Keene, Jan. 24, 1824; m. Apr. 1847, Moses Mason, son of Henry and
Lucinda (Hall) Mason of Keene. He was a member of Co. I, Ninth
regiment, N.H. Volunteers, and d. in service. of sickness, Aug. 9, 1863, age
40 years. They had twin sons, born Nov. 24, 1848; died same day. Mrs.
born in Lunenburg,Mass., Jan. 15, 1815, daughter of Jacob and Rachel
(Haynes) Hart; m.
Children born in Dublin, N.H.:
2.Lizzie Jane b. Mar. 9, 1857; was a school teacher; m. Feb. 23, 1887,
Children born in Keene to Jacob and Sarah (Cook) Hart
in Keene, oct. 24, 1853, oldest son of Jacob Jr. and Sarah R. (Cook) Hart; m. Jan. 5, 1882, Lizzette Louisa Howard, b. in Grafton, Vermont, Mar. 11, 1859, daughter of Lewis S. and Lavinia Amelia (Howe) Howard.
Mr. Hart has resided fro 20 years at Bellows Falls, Vt., a wheelwright,
and has been employed as a pattern maker for the past 16 years by the Farm
Machine Manufacturing Co. at Bellows Falls; is a member of the
Children born at Bellows Falls to Orrin and Clara (Guillow) Hart
Mr. Gilson resides at Everett, Mass., a mason.
Children of Emma (Hart) and Wayne Gilson
1807 Frances Jane Hart (Jacob, Daniel, Thomas, Adam, Isaac), b. in