Stockbridge, Mass., Wilkesbarre, Pa.
ISAAC HART, Washington County, Va., eldest son of Job Hart, of Victor, N. Y., and his wife, Widow Rachel (Ball), whose maiden name was Tyrrell, born December 6th, 1785, at ; married February 12th, 1807, Abigail Stone, a sister of John S. Stone, D. D. He removed from Stockbridge, Mass., to Providence, Luzerne County, Penn., in 1812, thence to Wilkesbarre and other places in Pennsylvania until 1836, when he settled in Princeton, N. J. He removed to Carbondale, Penn., in 1841, where his wife died May 29th, 1845, aged . She early made a profession of religion, and was through life eminent for piety. He subsequently lived with his daughter in Virginia, who was admitted to the church in Stockbridge, Mass., in 1812.
384. Rachel Stone, born February 23d, 1808; married, November,
1825, Nathan Jackson, M. D.
IRA HART, Victor, Ontario County, N. Y., second son of Job Hart, of Victor, N. Y., and his wife, Widow Rachel (Ball), whose maiden name was Tyrrell, born , 1790, at ; married . He was admitted to the church in Stockbridge, Mass., in 1817. He went with his father, in 1819, to Providence, Luzerne County, Penn., and from thence, in 1821, to Victor, N. Y.
THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE EIGHTH GENERATION.
387. Harriet, born
190. Renssalaer County, N. Y.
RUTH HART, a daughter of Deacon Matthew Hart, of Kensington, Conn., Fabius and Truxton, Cortland County, N. Y., and his wife, Urania (Hooker), born February 9th, 1782, at Kensington. She went with her parents to Fabius, where she married, October 25th, 1804,