Samuel Henry Alline Hartt
Loyalist settler sowing grain in a rough clearing along the upper St. Lawrence, Upper Canada, 1784.
Watercolour by C.W. Jefferys ID #20621
Credit: Government of Ontario Art Collection, Tom Moore Photography, C.W. Jefferys
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Samuel Henry Alline Hartt was a farmer who lived and farmed in Kingsclear, York County, New Brunswick. He was born in 1752 in Lynn, Mass. Samuel and his first wife, Mary Estabrooks, were married in 1773. She was born on March 9, 1753 in Lynn, Massachusetts and died in 1792 in Kingsclear, New Brunswick. Mary was the daughter of Sergeant Elijah Estabrooks II.
Samuel and his second wife, Clarissa Hammond, were married on October 28, 1793 (according to the Gagetown Anglican Church Records). She was the daughter of Archelaus Hammond and his wife, Jerusha. She was born in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Samuel died in 1814 in Kingsclear, New Brunswick.
Children born to Samuel Henry Alline Hartt and his first wife, Mary Estabrooks Hartt:
|Henry Allain Hartt*||Born||1783||Kingsclear, New Brunswick||Married (1) Deborah Ring on March 6, 1806 in Waterborough, NB; died March 3, 1832. (2) Jessie Main on August 12, 1837|
|Died||September 10, 1825||Kingsclear, New Brunswick|
|Aaron Hartt||Born||1785||Kingsclear, New Brunswick||Married Charlotte Estey (1785-1870) about 1811.|
|Died||April 26, 1866||Kingsclear, New Brunswick|
|George Whitfield Hartt*||Born||1787||Kingsclear, New Brunswick||Married (1) Mary Ann Torrens, (2) Lucy Ann Brown, and (3) Mrs. Isabella Cox on Oct. 9, 1856.|
|Died||June 29, 1859|
|Hannah Hartt||Born||1791 (about 1786)||Maugerville, NB.||Married Jacob Ring on October 21, 1813|
|Sarah E. Hartt||Born||1781||Married Jarvis Ring|
Children born to Samuel Henry Alline Hartt and his second wife, Clarissa Hammond:
|Ruth Amelia Hartt||Born||Married Jonathan Estey on September 29, 1814 in Kingsclear, NB.|
|Died||Fredericton, New Brunswick|
|William Dell Hartt||Born||1796||Married Catherine McDonald (1795- November 2, 1867) on January 5, 1834.|
|Died||January 22, 1857||Fredericton, New Brunswick|
|Rev. Samuel Hartt||Born||April 23, 1799 (97, 98)||Married Mary Elizabeth Estey (1779-1864) on October 15, 1822. Married by James Milne, Rector of Fredricton|
|Died||January 16, 1867|
|Judah Hammond Hartt||Born||1802||Married Emily Mary Peters on February 19, 1849 in the Trinity Church. Lived in St. John, NB. Lawyer?|
|Died||1863||St. John, New Brunswick|
|John Endicott Hartt||Born||1808||Married Florence E. Hammond|
|Charles Lathrop Hartt||Born||1810||Married (1) Mary Ann? (1811-1843) (2) Georginna Hartt, daughter of George Whitfield Hartt.|
|Died||December 23, 1885||Fredericton, New Brunswick|
*Henry Allain Hartt and *George Whitfield Hartt are listed here as children of Samuel Henry Alline Hartt and Mary Estabrooks Hartt. They are also listed as children of John Hartt and Anne Lovell Hartt. Since they are not listed in Samuel Henry Alline Hartt's will, it is thought that they were actually sons of John Hartt and Anne Lovell Hartt.
Henry Allain Hartt is listed as a cordwainer. The following children are listed in the NB Newspapers, Vital Statistics: (1) Charles H. A. Hartt (eldest son), died October 22, 1825, at age 17; (2) Pamela Jane Hartt (eldest daughter), married Thomas S. Warne (a merchant), on October 31, 1829; (3) James Main (second son), died April 29, 1864, at age 21; (4) Margaret Florence Hartt, married her third cousin, George LeBaron Hartt, son of Jarvis William Hartt (and grandson of Samuel Henry Alline Hartt). Margaret died in NYC, NY, on December 18, 1877.
Hannah Hartt married Jacob Ring on October 21, 1813 in Nova Scotia. Jacob Ring was born about 1786. The wedding was officiated by D. McGibbon, Justice of the Peace and witnessed by Aaron Hartt and John McGibbon. Jacob's estate was administered on March 17, 1828 -- no mention of Hannah.
Ruth Amelia Hartt and her husband, Jonathan Estey, had three children: (1) Hetty Ann Estey; (2) Charlotte Estey, born in 1819, died in 1891; and (3) Aaron Hartt Estey, born 1829, died 1882, buried in the Woodlands Cemetery in Cambridge, NY, Sec. I 48 The marriage ceremony for Ruth Amelia Hartt and her husband, Jonathan Estey, was performed by David McGibbon, Justice of the Peace, and witnessed by Jacob Ring and John E. Everitt.
William Dell Hartt and his wife, Catherine, had two children: (1) Jesse Melvina Hartt, born in 1838, married Rev. Peter Melville on Nov. 12, 1878; and (2) Charles W. Hartt, born in 1843. William was a magistrate and living in Fredericton, NB, during the 1851 census. The census also includes a 17-year-old servant, Catharine Donaho, living in the William Dell Hartt house.
Judah Hammond Hartt and Emily Mary Peters Hartt's second son, William Winniett Hartt, was lost overboard in May of 1871 while in the discharge of his duty, from brigatine "Posie" on a voyage from St. John, NB to Havana, Cuba.
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