Conn. He is a tinman by trade, and is a stove dealer, and resided for a time at St. Louis, Mo. He is a member of the Baptist Church.
HIS CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST MARRIAGE, BEING THE NINTH GENERATION.
546. Adah Field, born October 10th, 1857, at Meriden. She was adopted by her grand-parents.
290. Norwich, Conn.
HARRIET HART, third daughter of Eliphaz Hart, of Norwich, Conn., and his wife, Eliza (Armstrong), of Newport, R. I., born September 17th, 1833, at Norwich; married January 1st, 1856, William Bussey, of Norwich, a cotton manufacturer. She is a member of the Methodist Church.
Hartsville, Renssalaer County. N. Y.
MARGARETTA PERRITT HART, Hartsville, N. Y., fourth daughter of Eliphaz Hart, of Norwich, Conn., and his wife, Eliza (Armstrong), of Newport, R. I., born December 2 0th, 1835, at Norwich, Conn.; married December 4th, 1859, Thomas Hudson Grunback, of Bray, Eng. He is a woolen manufacturer, and resides at Hartsville, N. Y. She is a member of the Methodist Church there. They had Lottie Eliza, born January 24th, 1864.
REV. JOHN CLARK HART, Hudson, Summit County, Ohio, eldest son of Deacon Nathan Hart, of North Cornwall, Conn., and his wife, Sylvia (Clark), born December 10th, 1804, at West Cornwall, and graduated at Yale College in 1831; married June 11th, 1834, Emily Irene, daughter of Hon. Oliver Burnham, and his wife, Sarah (Rogers). She died, July, 1843, at his father's in West Cornwall, When second he married July 19th, 1844, Mrs. Rebecca K. Moore, daughter of Mr. Christopher Starr, of Norwich, Conn., and his wife, Olive (Perkins). He was pastor of the Presbyterian Church at Springfield, N. J., from 1835 to 1843, and subsequently of the Congregational Church at Hudson, Summit County, Ohio, in 1844, and was dismissed in 1853; he was then at Ravenna in 1854, and dismissed in 1861, when he supplied the churches of Edenburg and Charlestown two years, and Kent, Conn., five years.