tion, was wounded by the British at King's Bridge, and died in the hospital at Stamford, Conn., February 10th, 1777, in his 18th year.
BETHEL HART, New Britain, third son of Joseph Hart, of Northington, and his wife, Ann (Barnes), of Southington, born November, 1702; baptized November 28th, 1762, at Avon, by Rev. Ebenezer Booge; married June 24th, 1784, Huldah, daughter of Ebenezer Steele, of New Britain, and his wife, Sarah (Sage), born 1767; baptized January 3d, 1768, at Kensington. He was a farmer, but later in life he became a peddler. His house was opposite the residence of Captain Elam Slater, on Horse Plain. He was lame in one hip late in life, which led him to sell tin and pewter ware for a living. He and his wife, Huldah, were both members of Dr. Smalley's church, and likewise his second wife. His first wife died September 28th, 1810, aged 44, when second he married, May 16th, 1811, the Widow Nancy Seeley, of Rocky Hill. Mr. Hart died December 25th, 1824, aged 62, when she married third, Elias Brown, of Farmington, son of Ephraim, of Windsor, Conn. She died June 8th, 1850, aged 85 years.
HIS CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST WIFE, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.
1005. Huldah, born October 18th, 1786; married Mnrch 1st, 1804, Silas Pennfield.
803. Farmington, Conn.
AZUBA HART, Farmington, youngest daughter of Joseph Hart, of Northington, and his wife, Ann (Barnes), of Southington, born September 28th, 1765, at Northington; married , Eben Thompson, of Farmington, Conn.