Halloway and Mary Hart
Halloway Hart, born in Shelburne, Massachusetts, on October 4, 1804. Halloway was the fourth son of Ebenezer and Esther Robbins Hart. Halloway married Mary Carter on April 14, 1830. Mary Carter was born in 1806 in Warwick, Rhode Island. Mary was the daughter of Benjamin and Mary Burnett Carter. She died on May 10, 1835 about two weeks after giving birth to her third child, Mary Maria Hart.
After Mary's passing, Halloway married Eliza I. Root on March 16, 1836. Eliza was born on June 14, 1807 in Montague, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Solomon and Nancy R. Root. Halloway and Eliza had one child together.
Mr. Hart resided for a time at Shelburne, Massachusetts and, later, at Greenfield, Massachusetts. Like his father, Halloway was a carpenter by trade. Halloway died of consumption on June 12, 1870 at age 65 years, 8 months, and 8 days. His widow died March 7, 1884 at age 76 years, 8 months, and 23 days at Montague, Massachusetts.
Children born to Halloway Hart and Mary Carter Hart:
|Charles Dwight Hart||Born||January 12, 1831||Shelburne, Massachusetts||Married (1) Lucy Reed Jenkins on May 1, 1853 in Greenfield, Massachusetts; and (2) Katherine Stow Wright on July 11, 1867 in Greenfield, Massachusetts.|
|Died||April 14, 1897||Bradford, Illinois|
|Henry Benjamin Hart||Born||August 14, 1832||Shelburne, Massachusetts||Married Sarah Warner on January 27, 1862 in Greenfield, Massachusetts. Sarah was born in Greenfield on October 23, 1838.|
|Died||After 1900||Aurora, Nebraska|
|Mary Maria Hart||Born||April 26, 1835||Shelburne, Massachusetts||Married Horace Roberts on November 23, 1854. They had three children: (1) Mary Cordelia Roberts, (2) Charlotte Fitch Roberts, and (3) Horace Eugene Roberts.|
|Died||February 3, 1866||New York City, New York|
Child born to Halloway Hart and Eliza Root Hart:
|Sarah Elizabeth Hart||Born||February 11, 1844||Gill, Massachusetts||She died at the age of 21 years. She was a school teacher and unmarried.|
|Died||October 24, 1865|
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