2197. Jonathan, born February 20th, 1792; died March 4th, 1863, aged 71.
AARON HART, New Britain, Conn., second son of Deacon Elijah Hart, of Kensington and New Britain, and his wife, Sarah (Gilbert), born October 16th, 1761, at New Britain; married March 4th, 1790, Sarah Francis, daughter of Joseph, of Newington, and his wife, Milly (Stoddard), born April 6th, 1769. He held the military rank of captain. His avocation is farming, and he inherited the old homestead of his father, in the south-west corner of the parish, since occupied by his son, Horace, Levi O. Smith, Kelly, and others. He was a large, portly man, of stern virtue and integrity, and was admitted to the church, May 26th, 1793. He made weavers’ reeds with tools used by his father, which were inherited by him from his grandfather, Deacon Thomas Hart, of the Great Swamp Society. The will or deed conveying the tools is dated March 14th, 1760, by which he gives them to his grandson, Elijah Hart, Jr. Aaron died July 2d, 1829, aged 67 years, 8 months, and 16 days. His wife died January 1st, 1847, aged 77 years, 8 months, and 25 days. She possessed a social, genial spirit, and was quick and active even in old age.
THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SEVENTH GENERATION.
2201. Francis, born December 18th, 1791; married December 30th, 1812, Dolly Stanley.
1898. New Britain, Conn.
SARAH HART, New Britain, eldest daughter of Deacon Elijah Hart, of Kensington and New Britain, and his wife, Sarah (Gilbert), born