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212 HART FAMILY.
804.            Northington, now Avon.

EZRA HART, Northington, youngest child of Joseph Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Ann (Barnes), Southington, born October 5th, 1768, at North- ington. In 1798 he removed to Pompey, Onondaga County, N. Y., from which place he removed to                 . He died                 , leaving a large family, but there is no report of them.

805.          Farmington, East Farms.

JOEL HART, Northington, eldest son of Noah Hart, of Avon, and his wife, Sarah (Miller), born September 2d, 1754, in Avon. He married, March 15th, 1781, Huldah Woodruff, daughter of Abraham, and his wife, Sarah (North). He lived at East Farms, in Farmington, on the place of his wife's father. She died June 6th, 1796. He died February 14th, 1818, aged 64 years. She was admitted to the church at Farmington in 1780.

THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

1014. Sarah, born February 13th, l782. She lives unmarried on her father's place.
1015. Lucina, barn February 4th, 1784; married         , 1815, Richard Gillett.
          Ruby, born February 23d, 1786; died single in 1812, aged 26.
1016. Mark, born         , 1789; married         , Electa Fisk; died March 24th, 1814, aged 25.
          Anna, born         , 1792; died single in 1832, aged 40.
          Amon, born         , 1793; died single, December 11th, 1817, at Skancateles, N. Y.

806.
Barkhamsted, Conn., Bethleham, N. Y.

SETH HART, Bethlehem, N. Y., second son of Noah Hart, of Avon, and his wife Sarah (Miller), born May 23d, 1756, at Northington; married Decem- ber 9th, 1779, Anna Miller, of Northington. He removed to Barkhamsted in 1788, and from thence to Bethlehem, N. Y.

THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

          Ethel, born         , 1780. She has ten children in New York State.
          Son, born January 8th, 1782; died January 22d, 1782, aged 14 days.
          Orra, born [September 20,], 1783.
          Child, born [November 6,], 1785.
          Noah, born [April 13,], 1788; married (1) January 13, 1809, Dinah Carr (b. February 23, 1793, Hancock, Berkshire Co., Mass., d. March 22, 1822, Pittsfield, Mass.), (2) December 22, 1822, Mary Carr (b. April 8, 1802 in Hancock, Mass., d. April 3, 1874); died January 9, 1852].
1017. Clement, born         , 1789; married         , 1805, Hancy Walker.
          Seth Riley, born
          Orbin, born
          Sarah, born

[ In "Ancestors and Descendants of certain branches of the HART, COLE, SWIFT, and COOLEY FAMILIES of STANWOOD, CEDAR COUNTY, IOWA" by Kenneth Greg Hart, Ken Hart supplies the following information about Seth Hart and his family.

Anna Miller was Seth Hart's first cousin. They were both grandchildren of Ebenezer Miller and his wife Hannah (Burt). Anna Miller was born January 31, 1761. Their marriage was recorded as having taken place in the Congregational Church in Avon.

Seth Hart owned land in Barkhamstead, Conn. that was seized on November 25, 1788 to repay a debt of 15, which he and David Bristol of Farmington had borrowed from Prudence Porter of Farmington. The court document describing the seizure states: "By virtue of the original of which this is a true copy and by direction of the sheriff, this day attached one certain piece or parcel of land supposed to be the property of Seth Hart, one of the within named defaulters, situated in said Farmington the west side of the river in Nod division containing about fifteen acres with a house and barn thereon fronting and butted and bounded as follows (viz) east and west on highway south on land of said Seth Hart and north on land of Noah Hart, deceased."

Records of the first five children are included in the records of the West Avon Congregatinal Church. The church records and two other sources show that the first child was a boy named Ithiel and not a girl named Ethel. This error is similar to a few others in the book. It is probably due to the fact the all this information was collected by letter written to Alfred Andrews. Some of the handwriting was probably difficult to read and a few names and dates were misinterpreted. A book was written about Ithiel Hart and his descendants, "Genealogy of the Hart Family Which Descended from Ithiel D. Hart, Sr.," published July 19, 1930, by Franklin M. Hart. ]

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