|John was a son of Jonathan and Mercy (Hawkes) Hartt. He was born in 1748 and died Nov 3, 1800. He married Anne Lovell in 1782 at Barnstable, Massachusetts. The couple lived in Maugerville, N.B. Anne died Sept 9, 1835 John owned land on both sides of the river in Sheffield and Burton. In 1791, the Court appointed the following town officers for Maugerville, Burton and Lincoln - Commissioners of Highways: John Hartt. He is said to have died in his boat. John Hartt of Burton had his estate administered by his brothers Thomas Hartt of Gagetown, Queens County and Samuel Hartt of Sheffield on May 19, 1801 according to the NB Royal Gazette. Allain took a mortgage on the estate from his sister, Mary.
Ref: RSU Registry of deeds, Sunbury County, N.B. Book A2 pages 112,116, 119
Children of John and Anne (Lowell) Hartt
Theodate d.1834, Henry Allain 1783 – 1825, George Whitfield 1784- 1859, John 1789-1855; George C. 1796 –1871, Aaron 1790- 1836, Daniel 1795-1825; Mary