Thomas Aaron Hartt was born October 31, 1858. He married Alice Maud Greenlaw of Charlotte County, New Brunswick on September 19, 1882. They settled in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. Alice was the daughter of Moses and Charlotte Greenlaw. She was born September 19, 1861. Alice died May 6, 1927. In 1928, Thomas married Mabel Nina Craig of St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Thomas Aaron Hartt was a Member of the Legislative Assembly and a Member of Parliament for Charlotte County, New Brunswick. He attended business college in Saint John, New Brunswick. He taught school and relocated to St. Andrews in Charlotte County, New Brunswick. He also ran a mercantile business and tried farming later in life. In politics, he was a conservative; his religion was Baptist. He was first elected February 28, 1903, and re-elected March 2, 1908. In 1911, he resigned his seat in order to contest Charlotte constituency for the House of Commons. He was elected to the House of Commons September 21, 1911, and re-elected December 17, 1917, and continued to hold that seat until 1920. . Thomas died at St. Andrews, New Brunswick, July 13, 1930. Both Thomas Aaron Hartt and Alice Maud Hartt are buried in the St. Andrews Rural Cemetery. Thomas and Alice (Greenlaw) Hartt had two children: Charlotte, 1878-1951; and Percy, 1887-1955
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Saint Andrews, Charlotte County
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