Zerubbable Hart and Eunice
in Lynn, Massachusetts, in 1738, was the son
of John Hart and Mehitable Endicott Hart. Zerubbable married Eunice
Curtis of Danvers, Massachusetts on June 22, 1762. Zerubbable Hart
and Eunice had four children.
Children born to Zerubbable Hart and Eunice Curtis Hart:
|George Hart||Born||About 1775||Lynnfield, Massachusetts||Married (1) Eunice Upton on October 2, 1800; and (2) Polly Lawrence in 1805.|
|Died||1857||Hillsdale County, Michigan|
|Jacob Hart||Born||about 1774||Lynnfield, Massachusetts||Married Polly Shattuck in June 1804. They had six children. See notes below.|
|Died||April 15, 1882||Nelson, New Hampshire|
|Eunice Hart||Born||Lynnfield, Massachusetts||No information available|
|Sally Hart||Born||1785||Lynnfield, Massachusetts||Sally had at least two guardians appointed for her -- in 1798 and 1803.|
Jacob Hart 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, Massachusetts. 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. Jacob Hart and Polly Shattuck Hart had six children: (1) Charles Hart b. 1804 in (Parkersville) Stoddard. More about Charles in a separate paragraph below.; (2) Asa Hart b. about 1806, in Stoddard. More about Asa in a separate paragraph below. (3) Eliza Hart, 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 was still living in 1902 at age 93 years; his wife died December 13, 1864, at age 54 years. Eliza Hart Reynolds and Eli W. Reynolds had three children, all born in Hancock: (3a) Sarah Jane Reynolds; m. Willard R. Graves of Keene, N.H. She d. Nov. 10, 1898. No children. (3b) George Franklin Reynolds, d. Dec. 18, 1865, age 22 years. (3c) Mary Lizzie Reynolds, b. 1852; m. Albert E. Jillson, and resides at Keene. No children. Continuing with Jacob Hart and Polly Shattuck Hart's children: (4) Milla Hart; (5) John Hart; and (6) Nancy Hart, b. 1820; d. July 31, 1846; unmarried
Charles Hart (son of Jacob, grandson of Zerubbable) was 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. Charles Hart and Ruth Day Hart had four children, all born in Hancock: (1) Parker Hart, b. Oct. 24, 1826; (2) William Weston Hart, b. Jan. 22, 1830; (3) Eliza Hart, b. Feb. 3, 1831; m. Nov. 7, 1850, David McCluer. They resided at Stoddard. She d. Oct. 7, 1877; he d. Mar. 16, 1889. Eliza Hart McCluer and David McCluer had two children: (3a) Emma Tracey McCluer, m. a Mr. Weeks and resided in Surry, N.H. in 1900. (3b) Charles McCluer, resided in Boston in 1900. Charles Hart and his first wife, Ruth Day Hart's fourth child was (4) Charles Hart Jr., b. Feb. 23, 1833(?). Charles Hart and his second wife (name unknown) had one child: (1) Ada H. Hart, b. June 7, 1865
Asa Hart (son of Jacob, grandson of Zerubbable) was born 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.
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