|Succumbing to the ravages of dread pneumonia, Mr. & Mrs. Hartt, well known and highly respected residents of the Lone butte area for many years, passed away within four days of each other, during the week. The death occurred on Thursday night last of Mrs. Hartt at the age of seventy years. She had been ill for several days with an attack of pneumonia and was admitted to the Hanna, Alberta hospital early last week. Her condition was considered critical from the first and on Thursday night shortly before eleven o’clock she departed this life. Before her marriage to Mr. Hartt, in 1915, she was Mrs. Greenleaf. Her maiden name was Florence Ada Smith. She was born at Rockland, Maine and, following her marriage to F. H. Hartt, she came to Alberta in 1915, settling in the Lone Butte district. No children were born to this union.
The death of Frank Herbert Hartt took place on Monday evening, January 30, 1929 at the age of sixty-one years, following an illness of only five days in the Hanna hospital. Deceased was born at Woodstock, N.B., December 20, 1868, Frank is the son of Samuel & Mary Jane Hayes Hartt and grandson of Rev. Samuel and Mary Hartt and was of U.E. Loyalist stock. At the age of twenty-one years he moved to Lowell, Mass. where he resided for years, raising a family of four sons and two daughters by his first marriage. Coming to western Canada in 1915 he took up land in the Lone butte district, where he farmed until two years ago, then moving into Hanna where he has since resided.
The late Mr. Hartt is survived by four sons and two daughters: Car, of Parr; Kenneth in the U.S. navy; Newton and Paul; Mrs. Cecil Rose and Miss Helen, all residing in Hanna. Mr. Hartt is also survived by three sisters and three brothers: Mrs. Bertha Cheney, Mrs. Adelia Gordon, and Mrs. Lillian Mellon, all of Lowell, Mass.; Newton H. Hartt, of Watts; Roland and Luther Hartt of Woodstock, N.B. and Lowell Mass. respectively.|