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21st, 1795, in Farmington; married November 26th, 1818, Nancy Langdon. They removed to the town of Blendon, Franklin County, Ohio. His avocation is farming. He died.

THEIR CHILD, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

2190. Henry Clay, born

1895.                             Blendon, Ohio.

THOMAS JOSEPH YOUNG HART, youngest child of Dr. John Hart, of Farmington, and his wife, Hannah (Williams), born January 11th, 1798, at Farmington; married                       , [Amanda Taylor]. They settled at Blendon, Franklin County, Ohio, where, it is reported, he died from eating poisoned pork, when she second married                        Jones, and removed to Columbus, Ohio.

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CHILDREN WITH THE FIRST WIFE, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

          Amelia, born March 13, 1822
          John Albert, born June 3, 1923
          Emily Angeline, born February 14, 1826
          Helen Amelia, born March 22, 1827
          Jonathan A., born April 15, 1829
          James A., born November 21, 1831
          Hannah L., born November 21, 1831
          Levi, born October 11, 1833
          Harriet, born December 4, 1835; married,           , Augustus Barnhart Wolfram; had 9 children; died June 21st, 1905.

The following children may be Amanda's children with her second husband.

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THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

2191. Joseph, born
2192. Thomas, born

1896.                         New Britain, Conn.

DEACON ELIJAH HART, 3d, New Britain, Conn., son of Elijah 2d, and his wife, Sarah (Gilbert), and grandson of Elijah 1st, born May 7th, 1759, at New Britain; baptized May 13th, 1759; married December 21st, 1780, Anna, eldest daughter of Hezekiah Andrews, of the same place, and his wife, Anna (Stedman), born September 6th, 1760, at New Britain, Conn, They lived at the south part of the parish, and owned Hartís Mills, which were located there. He was a large farmer, and an extensive manufacturer of corn meal for the West India trade. He was admitted to the church October 3d, 1784, was chosen deacon in 1805, and held the military rank of captain. He enlisted into the army of the revolution, March 18th, 1778, for three years, and was at the taking of Burgoyne. In 1824 he and his wife were dismissed from the church in New Britain, and were admitted to the church at Mount Carmel, in Hamden, Conn., where he had built a house and mill, and where they lived several years. They returned, however, to their old home in New Britain, and he died from the sting of a bee, August 4th, 1827, aged 68 years, 2 months, 27 days. His widow died December 2d, 1835, aged 75 years, 2 months, 26 days.

THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.

2193. Elijah, born February 11th, 1782; died May 13th, 1802, aged 20 years.
2194. Selah, born November 6th, 1784; married October 5th, 1805, Jemima Webster.
2195. Samuel, born April 7th, 1786; married March 18th, 1812, Orpha North.
2196. Jesse, born April 20th, 1789; married April 5th, 1810, Lucina Cowdry.

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