Nathaniel Hart and Lydia White
Nathaniel Hart was born in Lunenburg, Massachusetts, on September 27, 1768. He was the youngest son of Samuel Hart Jr. and Mary Fuller.
Nathaniel was a shoemaker by trade.
Nathaniel married Lydia White in 1794. Lydia, born on October 18, 1768, in Leomister, Massachusetts, was the daughter of John White. Nathaniel and Lydia had seven children.
Nathaniel died March 4, 1841. Lydia died on October 3, 1840.
Children born to Nathaniel Hart and Lydia White:
|Lucinda White Hart||Born||October 8, 1795||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married C. Colwell; they lived in Watertown, New York. Six children. See notes below.|
|Died||August 23, 1862|
|Samuel Hart||Born||December 28, 1797||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married Betsy ___; she died on October 19, 1865. See notes below.|
|Died||August 17, 1857||Canada|
|Jemima White Hart||Born||November 17, 1800||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married Columbus Albee; they lived in Oxford, New Hampshire. Four children. See notes below.|
|Died||June 18, 1875|
|John L. Hart||Born||December 19, 1805||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||No record of marriage; a fur trader in the west.|
|Died||September 2, 1853||Buffalo, New York|
|Eliza White Hart||Born||January 3, 1810||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married Joseph Comins; four children See notes below.|
|Died||December 13, 1857||Canada|
|Almon P. Hart||Born||August 11, 1812||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married Olive Prime, of Swanzey, NH, in 1837. See notes below.|
|Died||April 4, 1862||Duquion, Illinois|
|Sarah White Hart||Born||October 28, 1815||Westmoreland, New Hampshire||Married Philip Babb Holmes, a carpenter, in 1842. He died on January 10, 1891. See notes below.|
|Died||July 29, 1891||Greenland, New Hampshire|
Lucinda White Hart and her husband, C. Colwell, had six children: James H. Colwell, Chillingworth Colwell, Eliza J. Colwell, Caroline Colwell, Emily M. Colwell, Lafayette Colwell, and Trueman Colwell.
Samuel Hart and his wife, Betsy, had three children: Solon B. Hart; George Hart, moved to New Mexico; and Andrew Hart, born January 1830, died, in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1850.
Jemima White Hart and Columbus Albee had four children: Charles Albee, Albert C. Albee, Eliza H. Albee, and Joseph Albee. Joseph Albee died in infancy.
Eliza White Hart and Joseph Comins had four children: Addison E. Comins, Chillingworth C. Comins, Sarah Comins, and Lester Comins.
Almon P. Hart (a leather dresser) and his wife, Olive Prime, had four children: Mary O. Hart, Agnes E. Hart, Cora B. Hart, and Almon Hart.
Sarah White Hart and Philip Babb Holmes had at least five children: George Baker Holmes, Sarah Frances Holmes, Edwin Holmes, Nathaniel Willard Holmes, and Ernest Holmes.
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