Milton Merchant John F. Hart (1829-1896)

By Muriel Bristol | July 24, 2022

John Francis Hart was born in Dover, NH, January 4, 1829, son of Mark H. and Elizabeth “Betsy” (Downs) Hart.

(The known children of Mark H. and Elizabeth (Downs) Hart were: Lydia A. Hart (1826-1906), John Francis Hart (1829-1896), Mary Jane Hart (1831–1851), Sarah Elizabeth Hart (1833–1834), Mark H. Hart [Jr.] (1835–1851), Daniel Quimby Hart (1838–1916), Sophia Elizabeth Hart (1841–1870), Sarah Abigail Hart (1842–1857), Hannah Susan Hart (1843–1862), and Albert Nathaniel Hart (1847–1851)).

Sister Lydia A. Hart was born in Milton, June 2, 1826.

Father Mark H. Hart headed a Milton household at the time of the Sixth (1840) Federal Census. His household included one male aged 30-39 years [himself], one female aged 30-39 years [Elizabeth (Downs) Hart], one male aged 10-14 years [John F. Hart], one female aged 10-14 years [Mary J. Hart], one female aged 5-9 years [Sarah E. Hart], and two males aged under-5 years [Mark H. Hart, Jr., and Daniel Q. Hart]. Two members of his household were engaged in Agriculture. His household appeared in the enumeration between those of Daniel Place and [her brother,] Moses J. Downs.

Paternal grandmother Betsy (Cornell) Hart died in Rochester, NH, April 7, 1845.

Father Mark H. Hart, a farmer, aged forty-three years (b. NH), headed a Milton household at the time of the Seventh (1850) Federal Census. His household included Elizabeth Hart, aged forty-five years (b. NH), Mary J. Hart, aged nineteen years, Mark Hart, a shoemaker, aged fifteen years (b. NH), Daniel Hart, aged twelve years (b. NH), Sophia Hart, aged ten years (b. NH), Abby Hart, aged nine years (b. NH), Susan Hart, aged six years (b. NH), and Nathaniel Hart, aged three years (b. NH). Their house appeared in the enumeration between those of Joshua Hanson, a cooper, aged seventy-four years (b. NH), and Samuel Twombly, a farmer, aged seventy years (b. NH).

Ira F. Howe, a farmer, aged forty-three years (b. NH), headed a Milton household at the time of the Seventh (1850) Federal Census. His household included Mary Howe, aged forty-three years (b. NH), Thomas J. Howe, a farmer, aged eighteen years (b. NH), Mary A. Howe, aged fourteen years (b. NH), and John F. Hart, a shoemaker, aged twenty-one years (b. NH). Ira F. Howe had real estate valued at $2,000. His household appeared in the enumeration between those of Johnathan Howe, a farmer, aged sixty-seven years, and Simeon S. Wakeham, a shoemaker, aged twenty-two years (b. NH).

Brother Albert Nathaniel Hart died in Milton, June 21, 1851, aged four years, one month. Brother Mark H. Hart, Jr., died of bronchitis in Milton, October 21, 1851, aged sixteen years. Sister Mary J. Hart died in Milton, December 13, 1851, aged twenty years, three months.

Weep not for me dear mother, though cold may be my brow. The angels call me, mother! I hear their voices now. – Mary J. Hart epitaph.

Sister Sarah Abigail Hart died in Milton, March 8, 1857.

Sister Lydia A. Hart married in Somersworth, NH, December 7, 1858, Andrew J. Remick, both of Milton. He was aged twenty-three years, and she was aged thirty-two years. Rev. S. Holman performed the ceremony. Remick was born in Tamworth, NH, December 3, 1835, son of Nathaniel and Esther (Nickerson) Remick.

Mother Elizabeth (Downs) Hart died in Milton, April 16, 1859, aged fifty-three years, nine months.

Father Mark H. Hart married (2nd), circa 1859, Mary J. “Jane” ((Glidden) Davis) Wright. She was born in Gilford, NH, April 26, 1828, daughter of Elijah and Mary (Horne) Glidden. She had married (1st) Jeremiah Davis (1815-1856), and (2nd) Warren E. Wright.

(The known children of Mark H. and [his second wife,] Mary J. (((Glidden) Davis) Wright) Hart were: Alice J. Hart (1860-1922), Mark A. Hart (1862-1912), Arthur Robert Lee Hart (1868-), and Mary G. Hart (1870-), and Warren W. Hart (1872-1943)).

Mark H. Hart, a shoemaker, aged fifty-two years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Eighth (1860) Federal Census. His household included Mary J. Hart, aged thirty-two years (b. NH), Daniel Q. Hart, a shoemaker, aged twenty-two years (b. NH), Sophia A. Hart, aged nineteen years (b. NH), Susan Hart, aged sixteen years (b. NH), H.S. Hart, aged one month (b. NH), and F.H. Wright, aged three years (b. NH). Mark H. Hart had real estate valued at $1,500 and person estate valued at $500. Their household appeared in the enumeration between those of A.J. Remick, a shoemaker, aged twenty-five years (b. NH), and Dearborn Ellis, a shoemaker, aged forty years (b. NH). (Another near neighbor (same page) was Daniel Quimby, a farmer, aged forty-eight years (b. NH), for whom Daniel Quimby Hart was presumably a namesake).

A.J. Remick, a shoemaker, aged twenty-five years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Eighth (1860) Federal Census. His household included L.A. [(Hart)] Remick, aged thirty-four years (b. NH), and John F. Hart, a shoemaker, aged thirty-one years (b. NH). A.J. Remick had real estate valued at $500 and personal estate valued at$200. John F. Hart had personal estate valued at $500. Their household appeared in the enumeration between those of Charles Ricker, a shoemaker, aged twenty-seven years (b. NH), and John F. Hart’s father, Mark H. Hart, a shoemaker, aged fifty-two years (b. NH).

John F. Hart married, circa 1860, Mary Abbie Twombly. She was born in Lebanon, ME, September 28, 1836, daughter of John P. and Lois H. (Clark) Twombly.

Brother Daniel Q. Hart married, circa 1860, Ellen Viana Ricker, both of Farmington, NH. She was born in Farmington, NH, June 8, 1830, daughter of William and Mary (Ames) Ricker.

Son Delta C. Hart was born in Milton, November 3, 1861. Son Cisco Wade Hart was born in Milton, February 12, 1864. Daughter Pauline Eunice “Lena” Hart was born in Milton, February 9, 1866. Son Dana Byron Hart was born in Milton, June 30, 1867.

Sister Hannah Susan Hart died in Milton, Match 25, 1862, aged eighteen years, six months.

Father Mark H. Hart of Milton paid a $10 tax for being a retail dealer in the U.S. Excise Tax of 1866. Mark H. Hart appeared in a NH business directory of 1868, as proprietor of a Milton country store. (The directory defined a country store as one “Where is kept a general assortment of dry goods, groceries, agricultural implements, etc. Those who deal in but one kind of goods will be found under their appropriate headings”). Mark H. Hart appeared in the Milton business directory of 1869-70, as a Milton merchant.

Andrew J. Remick, works for shoe factory, aged thirty-four years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Ninth (1870) Federal Census. His household included Lydia A. [(Hart)] Remick, keeping house, aged forty-two years (b. NH), and Anna A. Remick, at school, aged nine years (b. NH). Andrew J. Remick had real estate valued at $1,000 and personal estate valued at $500. His household appeared in the enumeration between those of John H. Glidden, a shoe finisher, aged forty-four years (b. NH), and Mark H. Hart, a retail grocer, aged sixty-two years (b. NH).

Mark H. Hart, a retail grocer, aged sixty-two years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Ninth (1870) Federal Census. His household included Mary J. Hart, keeping house, aged forty-two years, Allice J. Hart, at school, aged ten years, Mark A. Hart, at school, aged eight years, Arthur L. Hart, aged two years, and Mary G. Hart, aged one month (b. NH). Mark H. Hart had real estate valued at $1,500 and personal estate valued at $550. His household appeared in the enumeration between those of Andrew J. Remick, works in shoe factory, aged thirty-four years (b. NH), and Dearborn Ellis, a works in shoe factory, aged fifty years (b. NH).

John F. Hart, works in shoe factory, aged forty-one years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Ninth (1870) Federal Census. His household included Mary A. Hart, keeping house, aged thirty-four years (b. NH), Delta A. Hart, at school, aged eight years (b. NH), Cisco W. Hart, at school, aged six years (b. NH), Paulina Hart, at school, aged four years (b. NH), and Dana B. Hart, aged two years (b. NH). John F. Hart had real estate valued at $750 and personal estate valued at $1,015. His household appeared in the enumeration between those of Charles H. Pease, works in shoe factory, aged twenty-six years (b. NH), and Robert Mathes, a farm laborer, aged fifty-eight years (b. NH).

Daniel K. [Q.] Hart, a farmer, aged thirty-three years (b. NH), headed a Rochester (“Gonic P.O.”), NH, household at the time of the Ninth (1870) Federal Census. His household included Ellen P. Hart, keeping house, aged forty years (b. NH), Rosco L. Hart, at home, aged eight years (b. NH), and Mary E. Hart, aged four years (b. NH). Daniel K. Hart had real estate valued at $1,000 and personal estate valued at $700. Ellen P. Hart had personal estate valued at $100.

Sister Sophia Elizabeth Hart died in Milton, October 11, 1870, aged twenty-nine years, two months, and ten days.

Milton - 1892 (Detail) - Hart, JF
Milton in 1892 (Detail). Two properties of “J.F. Hart” are indicated in red on Main Street near the dam (with “Dr. C.D. Jones” between them). The upper one would be that depicted in the Google Street photo below, while the other would be the same described as being opposite the A.O.U.W Hall, and buildings of  “I.W. Duntley” and “N.G. Pinkham.” Near the bottom of this detail, on intersecting Silver Street, is indicated in red a building owned by “Mrs. M.H. Hart” [Watson], who had a widow’s life-estate in the homestead of J.F. Hart’s late father, Mark H. Hart. It was flanked by a property of brother-in-law “A.J. Remick,” as mentioned in M.H. Hart’s last will, and another of “W. Downs.”

Father Mark H. Hart appeared in the Milton business directory of 1871, as a Milton merchant.

Father Mark H. Hart of Milton made his last will, July 8, 1871. He bequeathed $1 each to his children, Daniel Q. Hart and Lydia A. Remick. He bequeathed a lot of land in Milton to his son, John F. Hart. It had a barn and was bounded southeasterly by Ira S. Knox, southwesterly by Andrew J. Remick, southeasterly by the Wakefield Road, and northwesterly by a line beginning at a point equidistant from the barn and the old Woodman House on the Wakefield Road and running from there parallel to the original Knox line back to the start. He bequeathed a life-estate in his homestead, as well as all of his household furniture, to his wife, Mary Jane Hart. The homestead was bounded by land of Andrew J. Remick and Silver Street. Finally, he bequeathed all the rest and residue of his estate to [his stepson,] Frank Wright, and [the children of his second marriage,] Mark A. Hart, Alice J. Hart, Arthur Robert Lee Hart, and Mary Getrude Hart. He named his son, John F. Hart, as executor. Nathaniel G. Pinkham, Robert Brown, and Charles H. Looney signed as witnesses (Strafford County Probate, 84:31).

Father Mark H. Hart died of cancer in Milton, January 2, 1872, aged sixty-four years. He was a merchant. His last will was proved in a Strafford County Probate court held in Somersworth, NH, February 6, 1872 (Strafford County Probate, 84:31).

It would seem that John F. Hart, who had been a shoeworker, took over his father’s retail grocery business at about this time.

J. Hart appeared in the Milton business directories of 1873, 1874, 1875, and 1876, as a Milton merchant. Mrs. J.F. Hart appeared as a Milton merchant of fancy goods in 1875 and 1876). John F. Hart appeared in a NH business directory of 1877, as a Milton merchant.

Daughter Bernice Annie Hart was born in Milton, circa August 1872. She died of scarlatina in Milton, May 10, 1875, aged two years, eight months, and nineteen days. (Scarlatina is also known as scarlet fever).

Daughter Bridie Bernice Hart was born in Milton, March 24, 1876. (She appeared in documents alternately as either Bridie Bernice Hart, Birdie Bernice Hart, B. Bernice Hart and, finally, just Bernice Hart).

Step-mother Mary J. (((Glidden) Davis) Wright) Hart married (4th) in Dover, NH, December 2, 1877, Joseph Watson, Jr. He was born in Gilmanton, NH, March 9, 1821, son of Joseph and Mary (Peterson) Watson.

J.F. Hart appeared in the Milton business directory of 1880, as a Milton merchant. (Mrs. J.F. Hart appeared as selling fancy goods). J.F. Hart appeared also as a Milton justice-of-the-peace.

(John Fox Hart [(1855-1916)] and his younger brother, George E. Hart [(1859-1920)], appeared also in the directories of this time as Milton Mills carriage merchants. By the mid 1880s, these other Harts would relocate to the Pacific northwest, where they would become wealthy lumbermen, railroad proprietors and real estate developers. (Some of their family lingered). Neither these Milton Mills Harts nor Dr. M.A.H. Hart seem to have been related closely, if related at all, to our subject, John Francis Hart (1829-1896)).

Joseph Watson, a farmer, aged fifty-nine years (b. NH), headed an Alton, NH, household at the time of the Tenth (1880) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Mary J. Watson, keeping house, aged fifty-two years (b. NH), his children, Willie H. Watson, at home, aged sixteen years (b. NH), Fred D. Watson, at home, aged thirteen years (b. NH), and his children-in-law, i.e., step-children, Mary E. Hart, aged ten years (b. NH), and Warren W. Hart, aged eight years (b. NH).

Andrew J. Remick, farming, aged forty-four years (b. NH), headed a Milton household at the time of the Tenth (1880) Federal Census. His household included his wife, keeping house, Lydia A. [(Hart)] Remick, aged fifty-three years (b. NH), his adopted daughter, Eva A. Vibbert, aged nineteen years (b. ME), and his boarder, Frank H. Young, a clergyman, aged twenty-three years (b. NH). His household appeared in the enumeration between those of George A. Hayes, a box-maker, aged twenty-eight years (b. NH), and Charles E. Ricker, works on shoes, aged forty-five years (b. Canada).

Hart, John Francis (1829-1896)
John F. Hart (1829-1896)

John F. Hart, a merchant, aged fifty-one years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton P.O.”) household at the time of the Tenth (1880) Federal Census. His household included Mary A. Hart, keeps house, aged forty-seven years (b. NH), Delta C. Hart, works on shoes, aged eighteen years (b. NH), Cisco W. Hart, works on shoes, aged sixteen years (b. NH), Paulina E. Hart, at school, aged fourteen years (b. NH), Dana B. Hart, at school, aged twelve years (b. NH), and Bridie B. Hart, aged four years (b. NH). His household appeared in the enumeration between those of Hiram V.R. Edgerly, a carpenter, aged fifty-four years (b. NH), and Henry Downs, a farmer, aged sixty years (b. Canada).

Daniel W. [Q.] Hart, works in shoe factory, aged forty-two years (b. NH), headed a Rochester, NH, household at the time of the Tenth (1880) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Helen B. Hart, keeping house, aged forty-nine years (b. NH), and his children, Roscoe L. Hart, works in shoe factory, aged eighteen years (b. NH), and Mary E. Hart, at school, aged fourteen years (b. NH).

J.F. Hart appeared in the Milton business directories of 1881, 1882, 1884, and 1887, as a Milton merchant. (Mrs. J.F. Hart appeared as selling fancy goods). J.F. Hart appeared also as a Milton justice-of-the-peace in 1881 and 1882, but not thereafter.

Half-sister Alice J. Hart married in New Durham, NH, June 3, 1883, Manoah G. “Noah” Glidden, she of Alton, NH, and he of Belmont, NH. He was a farmer, aged thirty years, and she was aged twenty-three years. Rev. M.A. Quimby performed the ceremony. Glidden was born in Gilford, NH, May 21, 1853, son of Daniel and Mary W. (Bennett) Glidden.

Daughter Pauline Eunice “Lena” Hart married in Milton, April 5, 1886, C. Dana Jones, both of Milton. He was a physician, aged twenty-two years, and she was aged twenty years. Rev. [Dr.] Frank Haley performed the ceremony. Jones was born in Milton, September 22, 1863, son of Charles and Elizabeth “Betsy” (Varney) Jones.

Son Dana B. Hart married in Middleton, NH, August 28, 1886, Mattie J. Stevens, both of Milton. He was a cutter, i.e., a shoe cutter, aged nineteen years, and she was aged eighteen years. Rev. George S. Butler of Wakefield, NH, performed the ceremony. She was born in Middleton, NH, November 28, 1867, daughter of Jonathan B. and Sarah J. (Garland) Stevens.

Son Delta C. Hart married (1st) in Lebanon, ME, October 19, 1886, Mary Elma Stanton, he of Milton and she of Lebanon, ME. He was aged twenty-four years and she was aged twenty-six years. Rev. Nathan C. Lothrop performed the ceremony. She was born in Lebanon, ME, January 10, 1860, daughter of James B. and Catherine (White) Stanton.

Mrs. J.F. Hart appeared in the Milton business directory of 1889 as a Milton seller of fancy goods.

Son Cisco W. Hart was elected moderator for the Milton fire precinct in March 1890. (Here one may see an early appearance of what would become eventually the Milton Fire Department).

MILTON. The annual meeting of Milton fire precinct Saturday evening resulted in election of the following officers: Moderator, Cisco W. Hart; clerk, William T. Wallace; fire wards, Brackett F. Avery, Charles E. Ricker, John H. Maddox (Farmington News, March 21, 1890).

An older relative once spoke of his own native town as being the sort of place “where they rolled the sidewalks up a night.” That is to say, each store had a wooden sidewalk, which was raised via pullies at closing time to form an overnight barrier across the storefront.

MILTON. Among recent village improvements we mention the plank sidewalk in front of the estate of John F. Hart, Esq., also on the opposite side of the street around the corner stone of J.D. Willey. The cross walks at the postoffice and in front of Roberts Burrows’ store have also been raised up and reset (Farmington News, August 29, 1890).

Hart Block - 547 White Mountatin Highway
Google Street View of 547 White Mountain Highway. Note the “Hart” in the pediment, signifying that this was the “Hart Block.” (This view was formerly attributed – in error – to  Dr. M.A.H. Hart, but the 1892 map detail above shows that this property actually belonged to “J.F. Hart”).

MILTON. The Ancient Order of United workmen have leased a lot of land from the Great Falls Manufacturing company and commenced the foundation of a building, with a frontage of seventy-five feet, on Main street and thirty-five feet deep. This occupies the ground for several years taken up by Duntley’s blacksmith shop and two small buildings owned by John F. Hart, and will be devoted to business and lodge purposes. The plan provides for three stores and a grand entrance on the ground floor, a large hall for dramatics and other entertainments on the second floor, with Lodge room and necessary ante room on the upper floor. The small building used by F.A. Mark as a jeweler’s shop has been moved across the street and now stands on the hill just south of Kennett market. The blacksmith shop is on its journey and will stand partially in the rear of N.G. Pinkham‘s shoe store (Farmington News, October 10, 1890).

MILTON. John Hart lost his horse by the bursting of a blood vessel while hauling a load of wood from the plains. He can ill afford the loss of the animal (Farmington News, January 23, 1891).

The NH legislature authorized dissolution of the Milton Classical Institute and sale of its building by its seven trustees, including brother-in-law Andrew J. Remick, in March 1891.

Son Cisco Wade Hart married in Weymouth, MA, October 18, 1891, Anna May Denbroeder, both of Weymouth, MA. He was an operative, aged twenty-seven years, and she was at home, aged twenty-four years. Rev. Daniel Evans performed the ceremony. She was born in Weymouth, MA, May 1, 1867, daughter of Adrianus and Elizabeth (Roode) Denbroeder.

Daughter-in-law Mary E. (Stanton) Hart in Milton, January 4, 1892.

MILTON. Mrs. Mary Stanton Hart died at her home Jan. 4, after a brief illness with pneumonia. She was a member of the Congregational church and was greatly respected and admired by all who knew her. She will be greatly missed by all. The funeral occurred Wednesday. Immediately following her death, her mother, who had come to care for her, was stricken, and died Saturday. She was buried Monday. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in their affliction (Farmington News, January 15, 1892).

(Her mother, Catherine (White) Stanton, died in Lebanon, ME, January 9, 1892).

MILTON. John F. Hart is erecting a new building on the Lebanon side (Farmington News, September 9, 1892).

Son Delta C. Hart was elected president of the Milton Young People’s Society of Christian Endeavor (Y.P.S.C.E.) in December 1892.

MILTON. At a meeting of the Y.P.S.C.E., Dec. 6, Mr. Delta Hart was chosen president and Miss Sarah L. Benson (Farmington News, December 23, 1892).

Daughter Bridie B. Harte was elected chaplain of the Lewis W. Nute Grange in December 1892 (Farmington News, December 23, 1892).

MILTON. Benjamin, the young son of Delta Hart, died of diphtheria Saturday morning and was buried at 2 o’clock in the afternoon (Farmington News, July 23, 1893).

UNION. Mrs. John C. Penney has gone to Milton to work for Delta C. Hart and her daughter Millie is to attend the Nute high school (Farmington News, September 8, 1893).

Brother-in-law Andrew J. Remick died in Milton, February 22, 1895, aged fifty-nine years, two months, and nineteen years.

Mary A. (Twombly) Hart died in Milton, April 21, 1895.

Son Delta C. Hart married (2nd) in Lebanon, ME, June 19, 1895, Minnie E. Knox, both of Lebanon, ME. She was born in Lebanon, ME, August 12, 1869, daughter of George A. and Angie (Kenney) White.

MILTON. The marriage of Minnie Knox, of Lebanon, Me., and Delta C. Hart, of Milton, occurred last week (Farmington News, June 28, 1895).

John F. Hart died in Milton, January 3, 1896, aged sixty-seven years.

WEST MILTON. The Milton Congregational church manual is to be revised by Rev. Mr. Dickey and Deacon B.B. Plummer and Delta Hart (Farmington News, January 29, 1897).

MILTON. Walter Dixon of Farmington, Me., has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Delta C. Hart on [in or of] Lebanon this week (Farmington News, October 15, 1897).

Step-mother Mary J. ((((Glidden) Davis) Wright) Hart) Watson died of diabetes in Alton, NH, January 11, 1898, aged sixty-nine years, nine months, and fifteen days.

LOCALS. Mary Jane Watson, wife of Joseph Watson of South Alton, died January 11, at the age of 70 years. She was a lady well known in this section and her death will be mourned by a large circle of relatives and friends (Farmington News, January 28, 1898).

Son Warren Winslow Hart of Gorman [Gorham], NH, graduated from Boston University’s School of Law with the degree of L.L.B., in June 1899 (Boston Globe, June 7, 1899).

Lydia A.H. [(Hart)] Remick, home keeper, aged seventy-three years (b. NH), headed a Milton household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. She owned her house, free-and-clear, and was a widow, with no children.

Miss B. Bernice Hart appeared in the Milton directory of 1900, as a shoe stitcher, with her house on Main street, over the Milton P.O. Her brother Delta C. Hart appeared as a shoe shop employee, with his house north of the bridge, on the Lebanon side. Her brother Dana B. Hart appeared as a shoe shop employee, with his house on Main street, opposite J.D. Willey’s store.

Delta C. Hart, a machinist, aged thirty-seven years (b. NH), headed a Lebanon, ME, household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of five years), Minnie C. Hart, aged twenty-three years (b. ME), and his daughter, Bessie B. Hart, at school, aged eleven years (b. ME). Delta C. Hart owned their house, free-and-clear.

Cisco W. Hart, a shoe shop foreman, aged thirty-six years (b. NH), headed a Weymouth, MA, household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of eight years), Annie M. Hart, aged thirty-three years (b. MA), and his children, Francis D. Hart, aged seven years (b. MA), Pauline E. Hart, aged four years (b. MA), and D. Milton Hart, aged one year (b. MA). Cisco W. Hart owned their house on Hill Court Road, free-and-clear.

Dana B. Hart, a shoe factory foreman, aged thirty-two years (b. NH), headed a Boston, MA, household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of thirteen years), Mattie M. Hart, aged thirty-two years (b. NH), and his children, Bernice Hart, aged twelve years (b. ME), and Abbie Hart, aged five years (b. ME). Dana B. Hart rented their house 20 Elmore Street.

Birdie B. Hart, a home keeper, aged twenty-four years (b. NH), headed a Milton (“Milton Village”) household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. She owned her house, free-and-clear.

Daniel Q. Hart, a R.R. flagman, aged sixty-two years, headed a Rochester, NH, household at the time of the Twelfth (1900) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of thirty-nine years), Ellen Hart, aged sixty-nine years. Daniel Q. Hart owned their house at 13 Knight Street, free-and-clear. Ellen Hart was the mother of two children, of whom two were still living.

Daughter Miss B. Bernice Hart appeared in the Milton directory of 1902, as having moved to Roxbury, MA. Her brothers, Delta C. Hart and Dana B. Hart, appeared also, as having moved to Farmington, NH.

Sister Lydia A. [(Hart)] Remick made her last will September 8, 1903. She devised to her brother, Daniel Q. Hart, “… the House and lot where I now live, with the passway between said House and the House which my Father formerly owned and where he lived.” She devised $25 each to Mrs. Susie Rathburn of Marlboro, Mass., Miss Eni Goudy of Lynn, MA, and Mrs. Emma [(Goudy)] Brownell of Lynn, MA. She bequeathed to the Milton First Baptist Church a payment of $500 and a church pew. The money came from a legacy made to said church by her late husband, Andrw J. Remick. (She likely had the interest income on this sum during her life, with the reversion given over to the church). She bequeathed the rest and residue, if any, to her brother, Daniel Q. Hart. She named Stephen D. Wentworth as her executor. Elnora Hill, Annette Hill, and Stephen D. Wentworth witnessed her signature (Strafford County Probate, 124:440). (Elnora Hill (1857-1927) and Annette Hill (1862-1936) were daughters of Daniel and Betsy (Rankin) Hill, and Stephen D. Wentworth (1834-1923) was a Rochester, NH, neighbor of Daniel Q. Hart and judge of their local Rochester police court).

Sister-in-law Ellen V. (Ricker) Hart died of uremic poisoning at 13 Knight Street in Rochester, NH, May 18, 1904, aged seventy-three years, eleven months, and ten days. She had lived in Rochester, NH, for thirty-three years, i.e., since circa 1871, having come there from Milton.

PERSONAL. As Mrs. Cisco Hart and two sons, of East Weymouth, Mass., were spending a fortnight with Mr. and Mrs. Dana B. Hart at Brookside farm, a family gathering was given in their honor, Sunday, August 21. Among those present were Mr. C.D. Jones and family, of Milton, and Delta C. Hart and family, of Farmington. Miss Bernice Hart expects to accompany Mrs. Hart in her return to East Weymouth, for a short visit (Farmington News, August 26, 1904).

Sister Lydia A. (Hart) Remick died of chronic nephritis in Milton, June 17, 1906, aged eighty years, fifteen years. Her last will was proved in a Strafford County Probate court held at Dover, NH, July 3, 1906 (Strafford County Probate, 124:440).

AUTOMOBILES. FOR SALE – Stanley car, good condition, 2 full seats, speedometer, searchlight, extra tires, wheel steer, newly painted. CISCO W. HART, 66 Hillcrest rd, East Weymouth (Boston Globe, July 14, 1907).

Son-in-law Charles D. Jones died of typhoid fever in Milton, July 2, 1908, aged forty-four years, nine months, and ten days.

Daughter Bridie Bernice Hart married in Milton, October 12, 1908, Walter Brown, she of Milton and he of New York, NY. He was a widowed carpet salesman, aged forty-four years, and she was a bookkeeper, aged thirty-two years. Rev. R.M. Peacock performed the ceremony. Brown was born in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada, circa 1863, son of Silas and Sarah (Burns) Brown.

Delta C. Hart, a shoe factory foreman, aged thirty-seven years [forty-seven years] (b. NH), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Thirteenth (1910) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of fourteen years), Minnie E. Hart, aged thirty-nine years (b. ME), and his daughter, Bessie B. Hart, a school teacher, aged twenty-one years (b. NH). Delta C. Hart rented their house on North Main Street. Minnie E. Hart was the mother of two children, of whom none were still living.

Cisco W. Hart, a shoe factory foreman, aged forty-five years (b. NH), headed a Bridgewater, MA, household at the time of the Thirteenth (1910) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of nineteen years), Annie Hart, aged forty-three years (b. MA), Francis D. Hart, aged seventeen years, Pauline E. Hart, aged fourteen years (b. MA), D. Milton Hart, aged eleven years (b. MA), and J. Stanley Hart, aged six years (b. MA), and his mother-in-law, Elizabeth Denbroeder, aged eighty-two years (b. Holland).  Cisco W. Hart rented their house at 34 Hall Street. Annie Hart was the mother of four children, of whom four were still living.

Dana B. Hart, a farmer, aged forty-three years (b. NH), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Thirteenth (1910) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of twenty-four years), Mattie J. Hart, aged forty-three years (b. NH), his children, Bernice N. Hart, a servant (working out), aged twenty-two years (b. ME), Abbie B. Hart, aged fifteen years (b. ME), Mattie A. Hart, aged eight years (b. NH), and Donald B. Hart, aged three years (b. NH), and Sarah J. Stevens, a widow, aged seventy-eight years (b. NH). Dana B. Hart owned their farm on the Ridge Road, free-and-clear. Mattie J. Hart was the mother of four children, of whom four were still living. Sarah J. Stevens was the mother of five children, of whom five were still living.

Rainford W. Brown, a shoe factory heel compressor, aged forty-six years (b. Canada (Eng.)), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Thirteenth (1910) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of one year), Bernice H. Brown, a shoe factory buttonholer, aged thirty-four years (b. NH), and his boarder, Carl H. Wedgworth, aged fourteen months (b. NH). Rainford W. Brown rented their house on East Grove Street. He was an alien, having immigrated in 188[1 or 4].

Daniel Q. Hart, a widower, living on his own income, aged seventy-two years (b. NH), headed a Rochester, NH, household at the time of the Thirteenth (1910) Federal Census. He owned his house at 13 Knight Street, free-and-clear. He seems to have sublet a part of it to the household of Edgar E. Seavey, own income, aged forty-three years (b. NH).

Daughter Pauline E. (Hart) Jones died of pneumonia (with pulmonary tuberculosis as a secondary cause) in Milton Mills, February 12, 1910, aged forty-four years, and three days.

LOCAL. Mrs. Lena Hart Jones, widow of Dr. Jones of Milton, passed away at her home in that town Sunday evening, of pneumonia, aged forty-four years. Mrs. Jones is survived by four children, the youngest two years old, and by two brothers, Delta and Dana Hart, and one sister, Mrs. Walter Brown, all of this town. The funeral was held at Milton Tuesday (Farmington News, [Friday,] February 18, 1910).

Son Mark A. Hart died in Arcata, CA, June 29, 1912, aged forty-nine years.

Brother Daniel Quimby Hart died of mitral regurgitation at the NH State Hospital in Concord, NH, September 29, 1916, aged seventy-nine years, eight months, and twenty-five days.

Son Warren Winslow Hart of Boston, MA, appeared in a Boston University alumni catalog of 1918.

SCHOOL OF LAW. Warren Winslow Hart, L.L.B., ’99’; pres. William E. Russell Club; Lawyer; Boston City, Appalachian Mountain and Alpine Golf (Canada) Clubs; New England Historical and Genealogical Soc. 53 State and 139 Worcester Sts., Boston, Mass.

Half-brother-in-law Menoah G. Glidden died in Belmont, NH, April 24, 1918, aged sixty-four years.

LOCAL. Walter R. Brown lost his family horse last Saturday (Farmington News, August 22, 1919).

Delta C. Hart, a shoe shop foreman, aged fifty-eight years (b. NH), headed a Dover, NH, household at the time of the Fourteenth (1920) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Minnie E. Hart, aged forty-nine years (b. ME). Delta C. Hart rented their apartment at 639 Central Avenue.

Cisco W. Hart, aged fifty-five years (b. NH), headed a Bridgewater, MA, household at the time of the Fourteenth (1920) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Annie D. Hart, aged fifty-two years (b. MA), his children, Pauline E. Hart, a trust company clerk, aged twenty-four years (b. MA), D. Milton Hart, an order clerk for a wholesale leather co., aged twenty years (b. MA), and J. Stanley Hart, aged sixteen years (b. MA), and his lodgers, Samuel Norton, a trust company treasurer, aged thirty-three years (b. MA), and Estella Gummaw, a private secretary for a lawyer, aged twenty-six years (b. MA). Cisco W. Hart owned their house at 76 South Street, free-and-clear.

Dana B. Hart, a shoe shop foreman, aged fifty-two years (b. NH), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Fourteenth (1920) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Mattie J. Hart, aged fifty-one years (b. NH), and his children, Althea Bernice M. Hart, aged eighteen years (b. NH), and Donald B. Hart, aged thirteen years (b. NH). Dana B. Hart owned their farm on the Ridge Road, free-and-clear.

Walter R. [Rainford] Brown, a shoe factory foreman, aged fifty-five years (b. Canada), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Fourteenth (1920) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Bernice H. Brown, a shoe factory back stayer, aged forty-four years (b. NH). Walter R. Brown rented their house on North Main Street. He was an alien, having immigrated in 1883.

Daughter-in-law Mattie J. (Stevens) Hart died in Farmington, NH, March 22, 1922, aged sixty-four years.

IN MEMORIAM. Mrs. Mattie J. Hart. Mrs. Mattie J. Hart, wife of Dana D. Hart, succumbed to a long illness at her home early Wednesday evening. She was 64 years old and a native of Middleton. She was a daughter in a family of five children of Jonathan B. and Sarah J. (Garland) Stevens. Most of her life had been spent in Farmington where she had made many friends who remained true to the last. Mrs. Hart possessed the virtues of sympathy and charity and combined them admirably with a noble heart that cherished the fondest affection for those about her. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Ralph C. Jenkins of Now Durham, Mrs. Joseph Tierney of Lynn, Mass., and Miss Althea Hart of this town, one son, Donald Hart, two sisters, Mrs. Elmer Stevens of Salem, Mass., and Mrs. Belle Penney of Rochester, two brothers, Henry Stevens of New York and Frank B. Stevens of Dover and one grandchild, Dorothy Jenkins of New Durham. Funeral will be held from the home Saturday afternoon at 1.30, with Rev J.G. Haigh officiating. Remains will be taken to Farmington cemetery (Farmington News, March 24, 1922).

Half-sister Alice J. (Hart) Glidden died in Worcester, MA, May 2, 1922, aged sixty-two years.

Son Delta C. Hart died of chronic nephritis in Farmington, NH, March 27, 1926, aged sixty-four years, four months, and twenty-four days. He was a foreman in a stich room, who had resided in Farmington, NH, for fourteen years. J.L. McLaughlin signed the death certificate.

IN MEMORIAM. Delta C. Hart. Mr. Delta C. Hart passed away last Saturday morning after a long illness following influenza. For the last few weeks he had been critically ill, but his own courage to the end had given the hopefulness of his recovery to his family in spite of his serious condition. Mr. Hart was born in Milton, Nov. 3, 1862. His father was John F. Hart and his mother was Mary Abby (Twombly) Hart. He was married in 1886 to Mary E. Stanton in Milton. They had two children, a son, Benjamin Stanton, and a daughter, Bessie Bonita. In 1892 Mr. Hart lost his wife and son, and in 1895 was married to Minnie E. Knox of Lebanon, Me. In 1901 Mr. Hart came to this town as foreman of the stitching room for the firm that soon afterward was known as the Farmington Shoe Company. He remained with that company until it removed to Dover, where he went with it as super[intendent]. Mr. Hart had the stitching department. Except for two years when Mr. Hart had the stitching department for Sears Roebuck in Springvale, Maine, he worked with the Farmington Shoe Company until three years ago. This winter until December he was foreman at the Richard-Varney factory. As a workman he was faithful and skillful. He took pride in fine work and when it became a question of quality or quantity, he insisted upon quality. He gave the best of his life and energy to careful workmanship. His association with his employes was a pleasure to him, and now there are a great many people who feel his loss as the loss of a fine man in factory business, and as a fair and kind friend to those who worked for him. Mr. Hart was a deacon at the Congregational church in Milton. He was a member of the orders of Odd Fellows and Red Men. His greatest pleasure was in his family and home life and now his loss is mourned with deepest sorrow by his widow, Mrs. Minnie E. Hart, and his daughter, Bessie B. Hart. He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Walter Brown of Milton, and two brothers, Dana Hart of this town and Cisco W. Hart of St. Petersburg, Florida. The funeral services were held in the Congregational church here at two o’clock on Tuesday, the Rev. Lewis E. Purdrum of the First Congregational church in Dover officiating, with Mrs. Clarence Sanborn as soloist (Farmington News, April 2, 1926).

R. WALTER BROWN HAS CURRENCY OF 1830. R. Walter Brown of this town is the possessor of an unusual specimen of currency not now in legal circulation, but nevertheless of considerable premium value. It is a perfectly preserved banknote of the Holyoke National bank of Holyoke Mass., issued to Thomas Currie, a local merchant in 1830. Further, it is significant to observe that the banknote is of the $3 denomination, and is numbered 103, showing that it is among the first issues of this specie from that bank. The bill is an heirloom, Mr. Brown having inherited it from his grandmother, Sarah Burns, who lived to the age of 75 years and passed away about forty years ago. The printing designs for currency in those days was considerably different from the present complicated patterns and apparently much easier to counterfeit from the fact of its simplicity. Only one side is printed and the other left blank so it is reasonable to suppose that the phrase, “face value,” originated as a coincident of this method of designing and printing currency. It is of further interest to note that the date, number and signature of the bank president appearing on the note are written in with pen and ink, so it is obvious that the treasury department furnished the various national banks with a supply of the various denominations and the bank officials adapted the number and the date to the transaction. While it is certain that this banknote has an antique, if not a premium value, Mr. Brown prefers to keep it as a curio and heirloom rather than convert it into legal tender of the present day (Farmington News, December 28, 1928).

Cisco W. Hart, a shoe factory sole sorter, aged sixty-six years (b. NH), headed a Bridgewater, MA, household at the time of the Fifteenth (1930) Federal Census. His household included his wife (of thirty-eight years), Annie D. Hart, aged sixty-two years (b. MA). Cisco W. Hart owned their house at 113 Park Avenue, which was valued at $7,000. They had a radio set.

Dana B. Hart, a shoe factory shoe operator, aged sixty-two years (b. NH), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Fifteenth (1930) Federal Census. His household included his boarder, Antoine Martell, a farm laborer, aged forty-nine years (b. Canada (Fr.)). Dana B. Hart owned their house on the Ten Rod Road, which was valued at $1,000. Theor household appeared in the numeration next to that of Donald B. Hart, a farmer, aged twenty-three years (b. NH).

Charles E. Fullerton, aged seventy-nine years (b. NH), headed a Farmington, NH, household at the time of the Fifteenth (1930) Federal Census. His household included his wife, Emma C. Fullerton, aged seventy-three years (b. NH), and his roomers, Walter R. Brown, a shoe factory cutter, aged sixty-six years (b. Canada (Eng.)), and Bernice Brown, a shoe factory stitcher, aged fifty-four years (b. NH). Charles E. Fullerton owned their house of Garfield Street, which was valued at $2,500.

Bernice B. (Hart) Brown died of lobar pneumonia on Garfield Street in Farmington, NH, March 4, 1931, aged fifty-four years, eleven months, and seven days. She had resided there for twenty-two years, having come there from New York, NY.

IN MEMOBIAM. Mrs. Walter Brown. Mrs. Bernice Hart Brown, wife of Walter Brown, succumbed to bronchial pneumonia Wednesday evening of this week after ten days of illness at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fullerton where they made their home. The deceased was one of the most talented literary women of this locality and had been a respected resident of Farmington since her marriage to Mr. Brown 22 years ago. She was 55 years of age, a native of Milton, a descendent of one of the oldest families of that locality and the younger daughter among five children born to John and Mary Hart. She was educated in the public schools of her native town and graduated from Nute high school. Later she completed a course at the Bryant and Stratton Business college in Boston, and subsequently followed religious secretarial work in Boston for several years. She united with the Congregational church of Beverly, Mass., many years ago and remained a faithful member. For several years she had been employed in the stitching departments of the various local shoe factories. A devoted wife and firm friend, her passing will cause sincere sorrow. She is survived by her husband, two brothers, Cisco Hart of Bridgewater, Mass., and Dana Hart of Farmington and several nieces and nephews. Funeral will be held from the home Saturday afternoon at 1.30, with Rev. Stanley R. Hopper officiating (Farmington News, March 6, 1931).

Son-in-law Rainsford W. [i.e., Walter R.] Brown died of coronary sclerosis at Pleasant Street in Farmington, NH, April 5, 1932, aged sixty-eight years, one month, and twenty-six days. He was a widowed shoeworker. Albert E. Bascomb, M.D., signed the death certificate.

IN MEMORIAM. Walter R. Brown. Walter Raindsford Brown, a well-known citizen of this town, passed away at the home of Mr. I.O. Ricker on Pleasant street late Tuesday afternoon, after an acute illness that lasted one week. He was 68 years old, a native of St. Johns, N.B., one of several children born to Silas H. and Sarah C. Brown, and came to the state when a small boy. Mr. Brown was a man of education and ability and had filled responsible positions in New York and Philadelphia, before coming to Farmington about 25 years ago. During his local residence he was highly regarded and served as a stockroom foreman and operative in most of the local shoe manufacturing plants. He was a draftsman and artist of ability and a man of sterling character and honesty. Mr. Brown sustained the loss of his wife somewhat over a year ago and since her death had not enjoyed good health, although he kept to his usual industrious habits and was making plans for the future when he was taken critically ill. He is survived by one brother, David Brown of Montreal, and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Brown of St. Johns, N.B., to whom he was most devoted. Funeral services will be held from the home of Mrs. Ricker on Saturday afternoon at 1.30, with Rev. Emery L. Wallace officiating. Interment will be in Farmington cemetery (Farmington News, April 8, 1932).

Daughter-in-law Minnie E. (Knox) Hart married (2nd) in Dover, NH, January 12, 1934, Albanus M. White, she of Lebanon, ME, and he of East Rochester, NH. She was at home, aged sixty-three years and he was a shoe operative, aged sixty-two years. Rev. Leon Morse performed the ceremony. White was born in Lebanon, ME, circa 1871, son of Martin V.B. and Martha (Blaisdell) White.

Son Cisco Wade Hart died in Bridgewater, MA, April 29, 1935, aged seventy-one years.

CISCO W. HART, 71, DIES IN BRIDGEWATER. BRIDGEWATER, April 29. – Cisco W. Hart, 71, died yesterday at his home on Park av. Mr. Hart had been a resident of the town for a number of years and formerly lived in East Weymouth. He was foreman for one of the departments at a shoe company. Mr. Hart was a member of Crescent Lodge, I.O.O.F., of East Weymouth. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at a local funeral parlor, and burial will be in Fairmount Cemetery, East Weymouth (Boston Globe, April 29, 1935).

Son Dana Byron Hart died of pneumonia and endocarditis in Rochester, NH, November 27, 1941, aged seventy-four years, four months, and twenty-eight days. He was a widowed shoe-worker.

IN MEMORIAM. Dana Byron Hart. Dana Byron Hart, aged 74, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lucien Boucher, of Rochester last Thursday evening following a short illness. Mr. Hart was born in Milton the son of John and Mary (Twombly) Hart and for the past forty years has been a resident of Farmington where he had been well-known shoeworker and for a long time was a soleleather foreman. Among other achievements during his long life, Mr. Hart owned and worked a large farm in the New Durham Ridge section if the town. The deceased formerly was a member of the Odd Fellows Lodge, of Farmington and also a member of the Red Men in Milton. Surviving relatives include three daughters, Mrs. Ralph Jenkins of New Durham, Mrs. Joseph Tierney of Lynn, Mass., Mrs. Lucien Boucher of Rochester; one son, Donald Hart of Farmington, and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon at the Otis funeral parlor, with Rev. Robert Bracey of New Durham officiating and burial was at Farmington cemetery (Farmington News, December 5, 1941).

Son Warren W. Hart died in Bryantville, Pembroke, MA, August 28, 1943, aged seventy-five years.

Death Notices. HART – In Bryantville, August 28, Warren W. Hart of Boston, age 75 years. Funeral services at his late home, Plymouth St., Bryantville, on Wednesday September 1, at 2 p.m. Interment in Bryantville. Train leaves Boston for Whitman at 12:15. Cars at Whitman station. Trains leave South Hanson for Boston at 3:55 p.m. (Boston Globe, August 31, 1943).

IN MEMORIAM. Warren W. Hart. Friends of Warren W. Hart, former resident of Milton and Alton, regret to learn of his death which occurred at his summer home in Bryantville, Mass., Saturday, August 28. Mr. Hart was born in Milton, February 28, 1868. Before going to Massachusetts, where he made his home, he also lived for a time near Stockbridge Corner near Alton. He was a graduate Dartmouth College and Boston University Law School and was a practicing attorney in Boston for many years. He is survived by one sister, one brother and three nieces. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, September 1. Burial was in Bryantville, Mass. (Farmington News, September 10, 1943).

Daughter-in-law Anna M. (Denbroeder) Hart died in St. Petersburg, FL, October 2, 1953, aged eighty-six years.

OBITUARIES. Mrs. Annie D. Hart; Moved Here In 1935. Mrs. Annie Denbroeder Hart, resident of St. Petersburg since 1935 when she moved here from Bridgewater, Mass., died last night at her home, 5702 26th Avenue South. Mrs. Hart, 86, was the wife of the late Cisco Wade Hart. She was a member of the First Congregation Church, St. Petersburg. Surviving are three sons, Francis D. Hart, Del Mar, Cal., Dana M. Hart, West Dennis, Mass., and John S. Hart, Bridgewater, Mass.; a daughter, Mrs. Charles W. Burrill, Brockton, Mass.; and four brothers, Jacob, South Weymouth, Mass., Will and Charles of East Weymouth, Mass., and Louis Denbroeder, Brookfield, Mass. The funeral party will leave this morning for services and burial in East Weymouth. John S. Rhoades, Inc., is in charge of local arrangements (Tampa Bay Times, October 3, 1953).

Daughter-in-law Minnie E. ((Knox) Hart) White died of circulatory failure at Frisbie Hospital in Rochester, NH, October 12, 1954, aged eighty-four years, two months.

IN MEMORIAM. MRS. MINNIE E. WHITE. Mrs. Minnie E. White of Lebanon, Me., aged 86 years, widow of Albanus White, died Tuesday October 12, at the Frisbie hospital in Rochester. Mrs. White formerly lived in Farmington and was an occasional visitor here as long as she was able. She leaves a daughter, Miss Bessie Hart of Brockton, Mass., a brother, Leslie Knox of Center Lebanon, Me., and a sister, Mrs. Nettie Lord, also of Center Lebanon. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon from the East Rochester Baptist church, with the Rev. Ralph Townsend officiating. Burial was in Prospect Hill cemetery, Lebanon, Me. (Farmington News, October 22, 1954).


References:

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Albert Nathaniel Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215292806/albert-nathaniel-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Bernice A. Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215296370/annie-bernice-hart

Find a Grave. (2018, September 1). Betsey Cornell Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/192744508/betsey-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Betsey Cornell [Downs] Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215292643/betsey-hart

Find a Grave. (2012, August 25). Cisco W. Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/95909952/cisco-w-hart

Find a Grave. (2016, November 16). Daniel Quimby Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/172836541/daniel-quimby-hart

Find a Grave. (2011, February 28). Delta C. Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/66261786/delta-c.-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). John Francis Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215294543/john-francis-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Hannah Susan Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215293728/hannah-susan-hart

Find a Grave. (2017, August 17). Mark Albert Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/182482861/mark-albert-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 8). Mark Hunking Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215292430/mark-hunking-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Mark H. Hart [Jr.]. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215294073/mark-h-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Mary Jane Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215294004/mary-jane-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Sarah Abigail Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215293844/sarah-abigail-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Sarah Elizabeth Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215292835/sarah-elizabeth-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, September 6). Sophia Elizabeth Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/215293261/sophia-elizabeth-hart

Find a Grave. (2015, June 30). Warren W. Hart. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/148464036/warren-w-hart

Find a Grave. (2020, October 21). Lydia A. Hart Remick. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/217546799/lydia-a-remick

Find a Grave. (2013, March 4). Mary J. Hart Watson. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/106148022/mary-j-watson

Find a Grave. (2021, November 21). Minnie E. Knox White. Retrieved from www.findagrave.com/memorial/234197228/minnie-e-white

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