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536 HART FAMILY.

York. He went to California, accompanied by his wife and brother, John, where they were residing in 1871, in Tulare County.

THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE NINTH GENERATION.

2863. Frederick [Miles], born
2864. Charles [Weston], born [June 30, 1859; married July 21,1894, Lila Conlee of Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo Co., Calif.; he died in the winter of 1915 of phenomena.]
2865. John [H.], born
2866. Caroline [or Carrie Ellen], born
          [Katie A.], born

[ Charles Conklin Hart married Helen Payne October 20, 1856. Helen was born November 16, 1836 at Georgetown New York and died June 16, 1920 at Exeter, Calif. Her father was Weston Payne. He died July 18,1891 at Farmersville, Calif.

Charles and Helen moved to California in 1857 along with Charles' brother John. Charles and Helen came via the Isthmus of Panama probably by train. John came around the Horn with domestic bees. It is not clear if the brothers joined in Panama or in California. The brothers settled in Gilroy, California where, at first, they were partners in the bee business. Charles soon engaged in the dairy business in Gilroy where he continued until January 1861. At that time, he moved to Farmersville in the San Joaquin Valley of California where he bought a 120-acre farm and engaged in general farming and cattle raising. John had also moved to the San Joaquin Valley with the bees settling in Hanford. In 1865 Charles bought a homestead of 160 acres and improved it to a high level of cultivation.

Charles W. Hart and Lila Conlee had a large family in California.

CHILDREN OF CHARLES W. HART, BEING THE TENTH GENERATION.

          Helen Virginia.
          Hazel Irene.
          Ethel C.
          Forest F.
          Verna.
          Weston C.

]

2554.                              Elmira, N. Y.

ABRAHAM PARMELEE HART, Goshen, Conn., eldest son of Alpha Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Betsey (Dutton), of Plymouth, Conn., born April 23d, 1816, at Goshen, Conn.; married Septembor 5th, 1839, Angeline Badger, of Elmira, N. Y. He is a professional artist, and they were residing at Elmira, Chemung County, N. Y., in 1873.

THEIR CHILD, BEING THE NINTH GENERATION.

2867. Harriet, born December 20th, 1840; married           , E. Morehouse, of Medina, N. Y.

MARTIN.
2556.                              Goshen, Conn.

JANE HART, second daughter of Alpha Hart, of Goshen, Conn., and his wife, Betsey (Dutton), born October 11th, 1821, at Goshen, Conn; married           , William Martin, of           . They hadó1, Clarence, whom they say was 15 years old in 1872; 2; Harriet, died in infancy.

2557.                              Goshen, Conn.

MATTHEW RICE HART, Goshen, Conn., youngest child of Alpha Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Betsey (Dutton), born June 28th, 1824, at Goshen, Conn.; married October 23d, 1845, Adeline Chase. He was a farmer by avocation. He died February 26th, 1855, aged 31 years.

THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE NINTH GENERATION.

2868. Reuben Chase, born January 2d, 1847.
2869. Marion Issadore, born December 9th, 1848.

[ Reuben married Ermina Sellew Pendleton and had Eyre Lynn Hart.

Marion married Edward L. Oles and had 4 children. One, Marcus, died in his 6th year. The others went on to start their own dynasties. ]

2558.                          Brimfield, Ohio.

CHARLES WALLIS HART, Brimfield, Portage County, Ohio, only son of Reuben Hart, of the same town and county, and his wife, Nancy

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