they sold, and bought on Seymour Street, in the city. She died February 8th, 1873, of consumption, aged 60 years, 3 months, 16 days.
THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE EIGHTH GENERATION.
1096. Elizabeth, born October 22d, 1832; married October 22d, 1852, William Burritt, of New Britain;
DEACON WILLIAM HART, New Britain, fifth son of Stephen Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Sally (White), born October 12th, 1808, at New Britain; married July 28th, 1830, Rhoda, daughter of Daniel Judd, and his second wife, Hannah (Bartholomew), born November 4th, 1809, at New Britain. She died September 2d, 1856, aged 47 years, when second he married May 26th, 1857, Laura Jane Gladden, daughter of Reuben, and his wife, Sarah (Hotchkiss), born January 7th, 1809. He owns a good place on Winter Street, in the city. He is a brass founder by trade, and is a deacon in the Baptist Church.
CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST MARRIAGE, BEING THE EIGHTH GENERATION.
1099. Henry William, born February 10th, 1832; married October 14th, 1862, Elizabeth Black.
Wellsburg, N. Y., Fair Haven, Conn.
EBENEZER HART, New Britain, sixth son of Stephen Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Sally (White), born July 31st, 1814, at New Britain; married January 6th, 1842, at Warehouse Point, Mary Pease, daughter of Walter, and his wife, Eliza (Filer), born January 5th, 1824, at Enfield, Conn. They resided at Wellsburg, Chemung County, N. Y., in 1871, where he kept a hotel, but subsequently removed to