2217. Marietta, Ohio.
HANNAH BRIDGE HART, New Britain, Conn., eldest child of Rev. William Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Hannah Bridge (Campe), of Shoreditch Church, Wapping, London, Eng., born February 11th, 1799; married March 25th, 1818, Henry Morgan, son of Andrew Pratt, Esq., of New Britain, and his third wife, Hannah (Andrews), born February 23d, 1797, at New Britain. He is a farmer by occupation. They removed to Marietta, Ohio, where she died, August 15th, 1823, aged 25 years, leaving one son, William Hart Pratt, born August 20th, 1819; married December 26th, 1841, Esther Caidwell, of Hartford, Conn.; died June 11th, 1849, aged 30. Mr. Pratt returned from Marietta to his old home, and second married June 18th, 1826, Mary S., daughter of Elijah Loveland, of Kensington, and his wife, Azuba Scovill), born January 27th, 1802, at Kensington; died May 23d, 1863, of consumption, aged 61.
JONATHAN BIRD HART, New Britain, only son of Rev. William Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Hannah Bridge (Campe), of Shoreditch Church, Wapping, London, Eng., born August 25th, 1800, at New Britain; married March 26th, 1823, at Northfield, Conn., Elvira Humiston, of Plymouth. He learned cabinet making of his uncle, Roberts, and in 1825 removed to Candor, N. Y., where he followed his business to a limited extent. He and his wife were admitted to the Congregational Church in 1826, and he became an elder and deacon. They celebrated their golden wedding March 26th, 1873, a large number of their friends being present. They have no children.
2219. Candor, N.Y.
MEHITABEL HART, youngest daughter of Rev. William Hart, of New Britain, and his wife, Hannah Bridge (Campe), of England, born January 11th, 1806, at Middletown, Conn. She went with her father to Candor, N. Y., and married there March 20th, 1844, Peter J. Krom, of that place, and was living there in 1862, near her brother, Jonathan.
2219½. Hartford, Conn.
HANNAH HART, New Britain, eldest daughter of Asahel, of the same town, and his first wife, Hannah, daughter of Captain John Langdon,