Samuel Hart, Jr. and Mary Fuller
Samuel Hart, Jr., born in Lynn, or Saugus, Massachusetts, was the son of Samuel and Hepsibar Eaton Hart. Samuel Hart Jr. married Mary Fuller, of Lunenburg, in that city, on April 20, 1758, in a marriage ceremony conducted by Reverend David Stearns.
Mr. Hart resided at Lunenburg, Massachusetts. He was a shop joiner (cabinet maker) by trade. Samuel Hart, Jr., died on October 22, 1770. In a will dated October 17, 1770, he names his children. The will was probated on December 10, 1770, and it was recorded at Worcester, Massachusetts, in case 27, 615, series A.
Samuel and Mary had six children; all were born in Lunenburg, Massachusetts. The oldest child, Samuel, born on January 26, 1759, is thought to be the same man who enlisted in Captain Joseph McNall's Company, Colonel Edward Wiggleworth's Regiment, in October of 1778. He was reported killed or dead from other causes on October 21, 1778.
Another son, Ebenezer, born on December 6, 1762, enlisted in the War of Revolution on February 8, 1778, in Captain Joseph Billow's Company, Eighth Worcester Regiment. His name is on the pay-roll in Captain Sylvanus Smith's Company, Colonel Timothy Bigelow's Regiment. He enlisted at Lunenburg, Massachusetts.
Children born to Samuel Hart, Jr., and Mary Fuller Hart:
|Samuel Hart||Born||January 26, 1759||Lunenburg, Massachusetts||Died at the age of 19, as a soldier. See notes below.|
|Died||October 21, 1778|
|Abigail Hart||Born||August 27, 1760||Lunenburg, Massachusetts|
|Ebenezer Hart||Born||December 6, 1762||Lunenburg, Massachusetts||Enlisted in the War of Revolution on February 8, 1778, at Lunenburg. See notes below.|
|Mary Hart||Born||February 25, 1765||Lunenburg, Massachusetts|
|Elizabeth Hart||Born||December 17, 1766||Lunenburg, Massachusetts||Married John Henry, born in 1756, in Lunenberg; he died in Shirley, Massachusetts on October 19, 1822. See notes below.|
|Died||June 10, 1838|
|Nathaniel Hart||Born||September 27, 1768||Lunenburg, Massachusetts||Married Lydia White in 1794; she was born on Oct. 18, 1768 in Leomister, Mass.|
|Died||March 4, 1841||Westmoreland, New Hampshire|
Samuel Hart, 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.
Hart 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.
Elizabeth Hart and John Henry had one son and six daughters; all married. The son, William, born in 1792, died in 1836, at 44 years of age. William Henry left a son, B. T. Henry. In 1894, B. T. Henry had a newspaper and magazine advertising office at 7 Temple Place, Boston, Mass.
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