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532 HART FAMILY.

Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel D. Street, of Goshen, Conn., born April 1st, 1811, at Goshen; married                     , Adaline Candee, of Farmington, Fulton County, Ill.

THEIR CHILD, BEING THE NINTH GENERATION.







THOMAS.
2538.                       Mt. Desert, Maine.

MARY HART, Mt. Desert, Maine, second daughter of Deacon Henry Hart, of Goshen, Conn., and subsequently of Farmington, Fulton County, Ill., and his wife, Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel D. Street, of Goshen, Conn., where she was born, October 3d, 1813; married                            , Amos D. Thomas, of Mt. Desert, Maine.

WRIGHT.
2539.                            Hanover, N. H.

CATHARINE HART, Canton, Ill., third daughter of Deacon Henry Hart, of Goshen, Conn., and his wife, Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel D. Street, of Goshen, Conn., where she was born, April 15th, 1815; married June 7th, 1837, John Wright, of Hanover, N. H. He settled at Canton, Ill., where he was a farmer, and deacon of a Congregational Church. Their children wereŚ1, Royal H., born in 1839, married Violetta Fulton; 2, Chester, born in 1841; 3, James, born in 1842; 4, Julia, born in 1845; 5, Charles, born in 1846; 6, Asher, born in 1848; 7, Franklin C., born in 1852; 8, Frederic F., born in 1856. The second and third sons died in infancy, and all the others, except one, are members of the Congregational Church.

WRIGHT.
2540.                          Burlington, Kan.

MINERVA HART, Goshen, Conn., fourth daughter of Deacon Henry Hart, of Goshen, Conn.; and subsequently of Farmington, Fulton County, Ill., and his wife, Ann Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel D. Street, of Goshen, Conn., where she was born, October 5th, 1816; married April 30th, 1840, Rev. Samuel Guild Wright, of Hanover, N. H., born December 26th, 1809. In 1874 he was stated preacher and acting pastor of the Congregational Church at Burlington, Coffey County, Kan. Since his marriage he has been in active labor as a Congregational minister in Taulon, Galva, and Neponset, Ill., and other places, some of the time as a home missionary. Their children were

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