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									                        Descendants of Thomas (The Elder) HART


                                                 Generation No. 1

1. THOMAS (THE ELDER)6 HART (JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born Abt.
1685 in Byberry, Bucks Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,9,10,11,12, and died Abt. 1790 in Fairforest Baptist
Church, Union Co., SC. (Orange)13,14,15,16,17,18,19. He married (1) ESTHER MILES Abt. 1710 in North
Carolina20,21,22,23,24, daughter of GRIFFITH MILES and BRIDGET EDWARDS. She was born 28 Jul 1693 in
Lower Dublin Twp, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.25,26,27,28,29,30. He married (2) MARY COMBS 25
Mar 1722 in Philadelphia, Pa.31,32,33. She was born Abt. 1701 in Philadelphia, PA.34,35,36. He married (3)
HESTER MILES 1733 in Bucks County. Penn.37,38,39, daughter of GRIFFITH MILES and BRIDGET
EDWARDS. She was born 28 Sep 1693 in Bristol Twp., or Lower Dublin Twp., Philadelphia,
Pa.40,41,42,43,44,45.

Notes for THOMAS (THE ELDER) HART:
The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
This article is believed to have been taken from "The Chronicles of the Scotch Irish Settlement of
Virginia", by Lyman Chalkley. Which volume and page is uncertain.
THOMAS HART.
Thomas Hart, the second son of John Hart (1651-1714) and Susannah Rush, was born in 1686 in Bucks
County, Pennsylvania. His date and place of death are unknown. He married Ester Myles and they were
know to have four children. These were; Thomas, James, Peter, & Samuel. All four sons were early
settlers, before 1770, of Wrightsborough, Georgia.
We are uncertain about where Thomas Hart lived after his youth in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His
father died in Byberry Township, Pennsylvania, when Thomas was twenty-eight years old. His older
brother probably interited the bulk of the family estate and perhaps Thomas decided it was time to move
on. There is a possibility that he moved to North Carolina from Philadelphia. The early immigrants to
Wrightsborough came from the Hillsboro area of North Carolina. The Great Wagon Road went from
Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, down the Shenandoah Valley to North Carolina and was the immigrants
main route to Western North Carolina and the Cumberland Gap. The North Carolina government in the
1760s was very oppressive. Imported goods, property and legal papers were exorbitantly taxed. The
governor's deputies seized cattle and horses and grossly undervalued them for unpaid taxes.
In 1767 Joseph Maddock and other Quakers applied for grants of land in the frontier territory of Georgia.
They received them February 7, 1769. Among them were two hundred fifty acre grants made to James Hart
and Thomas Hart. Samuel Hart and Peter Hart, single men, were granted one hundred acres. Joseph
Maddock and Jonathan Sell led forty families by oxcart and horse on the three hundred mile trip from
North Carolina to Wrightsborough in late 1769. An additional one hundred acres were granted to Samuel
in 1772 and to Peter in 1774. This indicates they were married after the original grants.

The following is from John Hart Miller, TECSERCO@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-1-10.
Thomas Hart received 200 acres of the Warminster Township farm and had a son James who married
Rebecca Finney. In 1734-1735, Thomas bought about 1000 acres of land in the Shenendoah Valley of
Virginia, close to the present towns of Harper's Ferry and Charleston, neither of which were there when he
went there. He purchased this land from Jost Hite, and it was frontier when he moved there with at least
one son, Miles. Later, his son, James Hart, also bought acreage in Augusta County, Virginia, which at that
time was just south of Thomas's farm, but at present I don't know how far away. At that time Augusta
County was much larger and extended farther north than today. In late 1753 or early 1754, Indians began
raiding in Virginia in the area of Thomas Hart's farm, and this was during the French and Indian War.
Thomas sold his remaining land, gave his son, Thomas Junior, power of attorney to act for him, then
moved south along with many settlers in this part of Virginia. James and Rebecca Hart probably
accompanied Thomas, since James had applied for a land patent in Orange County, North Carolina. We
know that James was in the Hillsborough, North Carolina area on the tax rolls in 1759.
Our later John Hart of Hillsborough, North Carolina and Clay County, Missouri, said that his grandfather,
James Hart, came from Chester Township, or County, on the waters of the Schyllkill River. When they
described "on the waters of a river" I believe that meant that they lived in the area that drained into that
river, but not necessarily right on the bank of the river. James and Rebecca lived further west of Bucks
County, but I don't know just where. Initially there were only three counties in Pennsylvania; Philadelphia,
Bucks, and Chester.

The following information is from an article written by D. H. Deci, Familyhunter77@yahoo.com. Filed at:
2001-10-11.
   The Harts of Georgia originated from Bucks County, PA., and traveled throught the Shenandoah Valley
of Virginia with the Quakers. It is not know whether the Harts were Quakers or merely journeyed with the
Quakers to provide protection from the Indians. The Harts settled with the Quakers in the Wrightsborough
Settlement (established 1769 in what is now McDuffie County, Georgia. By the early 1800s the
Wrightsborough Settlement had been abandoned. Many of the Quakers moved on to the other settlements,
but a large number of the Harts, Carters and Ansleys moved to the Indian Lands of Georgia.

Thomas Hart was called "the Elder" in the records of Dennis Hart. Thomas lived in Virginia and South
Carolina, according to "The descendants of John Rush and Susanna Lucas", written by Luther Olson.
According to David Millican, "Thomas moved into Berkeley-Augusta-Frederick Countys of Virginia in the
late 1730s, thence on to Chatham/Orange County, N.C. in the 1750s, then on to Union County S. C. If
available evidence is to be believed, Thomas was b. 1685 and d. 1790, at age 105.

The following information is from the Frederick County, Virginia deed books 1,2,3,& 4, dated 1743-1758.
Filed at: 2001-2-24
    Book 1, Page 202. Day___1744. Between Thomas Hart of County of Frederick, Farmer, to Lewis Neill
of the same County....Consideration of One hundred & six pounds, ten shillings money of
Pennsylvania....All that tract of land...containing one thousand acres on Elk Branch, being the land and
Plantation on which the said Thomas Hart now lives, & by him the said Thomas Hart purchased from Jost
Hite the 29th March 1735.... Signed, Thomas Hart
Witnesses: J. Wood, Sam Earle, & G. Johnstone. Recorded 2 April 1745.
    Book 3, Page 311. 4 June 1754. (Lease) Between Thomas Hart of the County of Frederick to Malgar
Ingle of the County of Lanchaster (Lancaster), in Provence of Pencelveny (Pennsylvania).
Sadler...consideration of five Shillings....tract of land containing one hundred & five acres, being part of a
larger parcel of land of two hundred and sixty eitht acres of land granted to said Thomas Hart by deed from
the Proprietors Office the 2nd January, the twenty seventh year of our Soverign Lord the King, ...yielding
and paying the rent of one peper corn on Lady Day next...         Signed, Thomas Hart. Witnesses: None.
Recorded 5 June 1754
    Book 3, Page 313. 5 June 1754. (Release). Between Thomas Hart and Ann his wife of County of
Frederick, to Malgar Ingle of County of Lanchaster in Province of Pencelveny Sadler.....consideration of
Fifty Pounds.....105 acres (same as above).
Signed: Thomas Hart, Ann (A) Hart. Witnesses: None.
Recorded: 5 June 1754.
    Book 3, Page 343. 3 September 1754. Know all men by these present that I Thomas Hart of County of
Frederick have assigned and ordained & made in my stead & place....my Trusty & well beloved son,
Thomas Hart, Junior, to be my true and lawful Attorney for me & in my name...to issue for: Levy and
receive all & every such debts, rents of money now due unto me. ....To bargain, sell & convey....two tracts
of land lying in said County, Viz: one tract containing one hundred & sixty three acres joyning Lewis
Neill, Gent, his land. The other containing one hundred and eighty five acres lying between my said
Attorney's own land and Benjamin Mackall....Signed, Thomas Hart.
Witnesses: John Campbell, Absalom Hammond, & Thomas Wood.
Recorded: 3 September 1754.

The following is quoted from the book, "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement of Virginia", by Lyman
Chalkley. Vol 2, pp 230-239.
" Paul vs. Hite-O.S. 310; N.S. 110, Bill, 81st January, 1794, by Margaret Paul of Pennsylvania. Many
years ago Joist Hite sold to Thomas Hart land in now Berkeley County. Hart sold a part to John Miles of
Pennsylvania. On 2d April, 1747, Miles made his will and devised the land "intail" to Oratrix, his only
child, an infant. She married _________ Paul, now deceased. Oratrix and father always lived in
Pennsylvania. Fairfax claimed the land, was sued by Hite and lands decreed to Hite, but the Hite heirs
refuse to give it up. Jacob Miller, Abraham Neil, Robert Lowry, Phillip Ingle, Godwin Swift, William
Dark, petition that they, with Giles Cook, are in possession of a tract of land on Elk Branch in Berkeley
County, 1,300 acres, part was sold by Jost Hite to Thomas Hart and by him conveyed to petitioners. 17th
June, 1803, Peter Martin, Senior, aged 73, 4 or 5 years ago, he was shown a tree that formerly stood in
Cavalier Martin's yard by Thomas Hart. 17th June, 1803, Thomas Hart, Senior, aged nearly 80 years,
deposes, he was with the surveyor and his father when they surveyed Jost Hite's 1,100 acres. 27th April,
1795, Ann Thomas, aged 78, deposes at Spread Eagle Tavern, kept by John Kunwoody in Philadelphia,
(285 High Street), she was married to John Miles in 1739 or 1740, that by him she had a son, Griffin Miles,
who died when an infant, and Margaret, the plaintiff. 27th April, 1795, John Cart, aged 69 years, deposes,
same place. 5th September, 1795, Edward Lucas, son of Edward Lucas, deposes. 19th March, 1787,
Thomas Rutherford deposes, in 1752 as surveyor for Fairfax he made survey for Thomas Hart and an
adjoining one for Miles Hart, Son of Thomas. Joseph Darke owned adjoining land. In 1740 deponent saw
a log house covered with clap board or shingle and nailed roof on north side of Elk Branch on land now in
dispute. The house was said to be the property of John Miles, who had purchased from Thomas Harte,
Senior, 5th September, 1795, John Wright, aged 70, deposes, he came to Virginia in 1748 or 1748 and was
shown the land by James Glenn, Senior, who said John Miles claimed the land. A shingled house was
uncommon. 17th February, 1795, William Darke deposes, he was ordered out with the militia against the
insurgents (in September), which prevented him from attending thaking depositions in Philadelphia. Bond,
29th March, 1735, by Thomas Hart of Warminster, in County Bucks, Penna., husbandman to Jost Hite of
Orange County, Virginia. Gentleman title bond for 2 tracts, 1,000 acres on Elk Branch on the Waggon
Road from Potomack to Opeckon, 500 acres northward from above. 27th September, 1794, Thomas Hart,
aged 71 years, about 60 years ago his father, Thomas Hart, purchased 1,500 acres. In 1754, Thomas,
Senior, was about to remove to Carolina"

According to John Hart Miller, tecserco@aol.com, the following information is from a new book:
"Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia", by Cecil O'Dell. It was published in 1995 by Walsworth
Publishing Company of Marceline, Mo., Filed at: 2001-2-17

Thomas Hart was in Virginia by late March, 1735, and possibly was there earlier. He sold much of his land
in 1754 and gave his son, Thomas, Jr., power of attorney in late October, 1754, to act in his behalf on his
remaining land, apparently because he planned to leave for Orange County, N.C. The French and Indian
War was raging at that time and there had been raids in the area where Thomas lived. George Washington
was stationed at that time a few miles away in Winchester. Because of the changes in County boundaries
and names, and the breakaway of West Virginia in the Civil War, County records are scattered in different
places, but some are apparently in Winchester.
O'Dell's book, page 116, says that Thomas, Senior, left his home, or that of his son, Thomas, Jr., soon after
17 October 1754 for Orange County, N.C (At about age 69). His son, Thomas Jr., had to post bail so that
he could leave for N.C. becasue when Jost or Joist Hite learned that Thomas Sr., was leaving the area, Hite
filed a complaint in the Frederick County Superior Court claiming that Thomas Sr., still owed him 50
pounds of the purchase price of the land Thomas Sr., had bought from him in 1735. This had not been
paid because Thomas Sr., did not receive the number of acres that he had bargained for. Also, Lord Fairfax
had filed suit claiming that Jost Hite did not have title to the land because the Governor of Virginia did not
have the right to grant land owned by Lord Fairfax to John Van Meter, the person Jost Hite had bought the
land from. Miles Hart, one of Thomas Senior's sons, gave his brother Thomas Jr., his power of attorney
also in late October 1757 (possibly 1754), and probably also left for Orange County, N.C.
John Hart Miller asked the following retorical question in the above letter: 2001-2-17.
Is the Thomas that married Mary Combs in 1722 the same Thomas that had earlier married Esther Miles,
and the son of John Hart?

The following is from Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3.
Barry gives his birth as 1686 and his death as 1769.

Notes for ESTHER MILES:
She was born about 1688 according to LDS Ancestry records. The 28 Sept 1693 date is from the records of
Dennis Hart. It is possible that Esther and Hester were twins. J.T. Fleming spells the last name as
MYLES.
Dixon Smith, in his paper titled "Mary Combs, Wife of Thomas Hart", filed at: 2001-1-22.
Dixon gives her date of birth as September 28, 1693, probably in Radnor Township, Chester County,
Pennsylvania.
"In 1713, Esther Miles witnessed the marriage of William Morgan and Elizabeth Roberts, and in 1715,
Thomas hart and Esther Hart witnessed the marriage of Evan Evans and Phoebe Miles. This indicated that
Thomas and Esther were married between 1713 and 1715. The parents of Thomas and Esther were
Quakers who left that church and became members of the Pennypack Baptist Church in the late 1690s and
1700s. It is probable that Thomas and Esther were married as members of the Pennypack Baptist Church.
In 1719, Thomas and his wife Esther sold to (his cousin) John Rush, 200 acres of land in Warminster that
he had inherited in 1714 when his father died. The deed was witnessed by John Cart (husband of Esther's
sister Margaret)".

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
Roberta gives the birth date as September 28, 1693 in Lower Dublin Township, Philadelphia County,
Pennsylvania. I still believe that there were twins that Thomas married; Esther and Hester Miles. There
are too many children and too many conflicting dates of marriage not to believe this, however, I seem to be
the only one who takes this position.

Marriage Notes for THOMAS HART and ESTHER MILES:
According to information provided by Susan Kimura, kimural@juno.com, the wedding date for Thomas
and Esther was shown in the IGI as 24 March 1722, in Kentucky. This is the same date shown for his
marriage to Mary Combs by Luther Olson in his book, "The descendants of John Lucas and Susannah
Rush"

According to Ashley Bruce Hart, they were married in Bucks County, Pa., about 1713.

According to a letter from John Hart Miller, filed at: 2001-2-17.
John Miller questions this marriage of Thomas Hart to Esther Miles in 1710 because of the location. He
says;
He was apparently living in Bucks County at this time and Esther Miles was born in Philadelphia County,
Pa. Page 293 of the LCT book , filed at 2001-2-18, states that Thomas and his wife Esther sold his land in
Bucks County, PA., to James Rush in 1719, so he was still married to Esther in 1719.

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
She gives the marriage to Ester as "after 1790" in Fairforest, Union County, South Carolina. I believe this
is again a problem with whether there were twins that Thomas married; Esther and Hester Miles. I believe
there were but others do not agree with me.

Notes for MARY COMBS:
The foillowing is quoted from a paper by Dixon B. Smith. 2001-1-22

Many have said that Mary Combs was the second wife of Thomas Hart. ...I do not believe he married her. I
believe that the Thomas Hart who married Mary Combs was a Philadelphia Bricklayer, not the Thomas
Hart from Warminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

At the March 25, 1722, Philadelphia Quaker Monthly Meeting, a Thomas Hart and Mary Combs were
cleared to marry, his parents concenting. Thomas Hart was reported married to Mary Combs at the April
29, 1722 Philadelphia Monthly Meeting. I believe this was the Thomas Hart who died in 1749. His will,
written August 1, 1749, and proven Sept 19, 1749, says that he was a Philadelphia Bricklayer and his wife
was Mary and children were John, Susannah, Thomas, Samuel, Martha, Mary, Sarah, Hannah, Margaret,
and Jane. Executors were Mary and Thomas Hart. This Thomas Hart was probably the son of John Hart,
another Philadelphia Bricklayer. John Hart's will, written May 4, 1743, and proven January 26, 1749/1750,
lists his wife Mary and children John, Thomas, Mary Warner, and Elizabeth Maddock. Executors were
Mary Warner and Elizabeth Maddock.

The Thomas Hart that married Mary Combs had his parents consenting. The father of Thomas Hart (1686-
?), John Hart of Warminster, died in 1714. It is usual for people marrying underage-typically 21 for males
and 18 for females-to have parental consent. Thomas Hart (1686- ?) was about36 years old in 1722. Both
these items indicate that Thomas Hart (1686- ?) did not marry Mary Combs.

Finally, it is hard to believe that Thomas, son of John Hart, who with his family broke away from the
Quakers in the acrimonious George Keith schism, returned to the Society of Friends.

Read the entire paper at 2001-1-22.

Marriage Notes for THOMAS HART and MARY COMBS:
Susan Kimura lists the date of Thomas's wedding to Mary as April 29, 1723

Notes for HESTER MILES:
Dennis Hart's records give her birthdate as 28 July 1693 in Briston TWP, while the Ancestral file gives it as
Sept 28, 1693. She and Esther may be twins.

Children of THOMAS HART and ESTHER MILES are:
            i.   PETER7 HART46,47.
           ii.   ADAM HART48,49,49,50.
         iii.    ANDREW HART51,52,52,53.
          iv.    JACOB HART54,55.
2.         v.    DAVID HART, d. 1802, York County, Pennsylvania.
3.        vi.    JOSEPH HART, d. 1814, Dearborn County, Indiana.
         vii.    WILLIAM HART56,57.
        viii.    JOHN HART58,59.
          ix.    SILAS HART, b. Abt. 1715, Rockingham County, Virginia 60,61,62; d. Abt. 1730, Augusta County,
                 Virginia63,64.


Children of THOMAS HART and MARY COMBS are:
4.         x.    JAMES7 HART, b. Abt. 1715; d. Abt. Sep 1793, Orange County, North Carolina.
5.        xi.    MILES HENRY HART, b. Bef. 1722, Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania; d. Mar 1785,
                 Elizabethtown, Kentucky.
6.       xii.    COLONEL THOMAS (JR) HART, b. 1723, Warminster, Bucks, Pa.; d. 28 Aug 1804, Berkeley Co., Va..
7.      xiii.    JOHN HART, b. 1726, Warminster, Bucks, Pa..


Children of THOMAS HART and HESTER MILES are:
8.      xiv.     AARON (SR)7 HART, b. Abt. 1733, Augusta Co., Va.; d. 1810, Hardin Co., Ky..
9.       xv.     HETH HART, b. 1740, Pennsylvania; d. 1832, Highland, Ohio. Buried on Joel Hart's farm..
10.     xvi.     SAMUEL HART, b. Abt. 1746, Augusta Co, Va.; d. 04 Jun 1787, Columbia Co., Ga..


                                                  Generation No. 2

2. DAVID7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
65,66,66,66,67
               , and died 1802 in York County, Pennsylvania 68,69.

Notes for DAVID HART:
The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
From Pennsylvania wills, 1682-1834, York County Will Abstracts.
Dated; October 15, 1802
Executor: Andrew Hart, Hamiltonsban Township, Pennsylvania
Wife: Not named
Children: John, Margaret, Mary, Andrew, Isabella, Jean, and Elijah.
Grandchildren: David (son of John), David (son of Andrew).

Children of DAVID HART are:
            i.   JOHN8 HART70.
           ii.   MARGARET HART70.
         iii.    MARY HART70.
          iv.    ANDREW HART70.
           v.    ISABELLA HART70.
          vi.    JEAN HART70.
         vii.    ELIJAH HART70.


3. JOSEPH7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
71,72,73,73,73,73,74
                     , and died 1814 in Dearborn County, Indiana 75,76. He married ELIZABETH COREEN. was
       76
born .

Notes for JOSEPH HART:
The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
I had the date of his death as 1714 but I believe that to be a typo. I have it in this file as 1814.

Child of JOSEPH HART and ELIZABETH COREEN is:
           i.    ELIZABETH ANN8 HART76.


4. JAMES7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
Abt. 171577,78,79,80,81,82,83,84, and died Abt. Sep 1793 in Orange County, North Carolina 85,86,87,88. He married
REBECCA FINNEY Abt. 173589,90, daughter of JOSEPH FINNEY and SARAH FINNEY. was born 91,92,93.

Notes for JAMES HART:
The following information is from Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20. See also
2007-2-5.
He gives James birth as about 1715. This seems to match the marriage date of about 1735. Dixon also
gives the following information.
   There is agreement on the Samuel Hart family. He was not a Quaker, but was one of the early settlers
joining them at Wrightsborough, Georgia. He, James (his father), along with brothers Thomas, and Peter
Hart, were given Wrightsborough land grants in 1769 and 1770. They came from the Eno River area of
Orange County, North Carolina, along with Quaker leader, Joseph Maddock. Other early settlers include
John Stubbs, Isaac Lowe, and Joel Cloud. Only Samuel remained in Georgia and his father and brothers
returned to North Carolina.

   The following information is from a series of papers sent to me by Lennie Malone of Milton, Florida.
This paper is an attempt to reconstruct the life of James Hart, and was apparently written by Verna Lee
Tester from North Carolina Deed books, Jane Buchannan's book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of
Coloniel PA and NC. Other reference are from Abstracts of Court Pleas & Quarter Sessions, and Division
of Estate of James Hart. This is filed at: 2000-11-16
This estimates James birth as about 1710 in Warminster Twp., Bucks County, Penn., which is much earlier
than the date I have. It says that he and Rebecca Finney married about 1735, which agrees with my
information.
30 April 1737. James received a land warrant for 150 acres in Lancaster County, Penn., "at the mouth of
Tulpehocken Creek (near James Taylor improvements) where it flows into Schuylkill River, across the
river from Finney land in Philadelphia County.
15 Feb 1737/1738. James and Rebeccah sold their share of land on East side of Schuykill River, inherited
from brother Samuel Finney. On 15 October 1746, James Hart, Yeoman, and Rebeccah sold estate rights
to 450 1/2 acres.
30 November 1751. James Hart was granted 410 acres in Augusta County, Virginia.
18 May 1753. Granville grant for 320 acres in Orange County, North Carolina entered to James Hart. The
tract lay on the West side of Eno River "adjoining the Governor's line and James Taylor's line. On 23 May
1758, James Hart's file has his name crossed out and the notation that James Taylor had 196 acres.
1755. James Hart paid taxes in Orange County, North Carolina for two white polls (adult males) in
household. His name is listed between Thomas Thompson and James Taylor.
15 June 1755. James Hart was a member of the Coroner's Jury into the death of Joseph Taylor, Jr., at
James Taylor Sr's house in St. Matthew Parish. He died of supposed snake bite.
17 August 1755. John Rutherford, Esq., Receiver General of His Majesties Quit Rents for the Province of
North Carolina, to James Hart of Orange, Farmer, thirty four pounds, twelve shillings, six pence; 285 acres
on Eno River, part of 8,929 acres conveyed 25 March 1751 from Granville to Gabriel Johnston, Governor.
Distributed in draught as # 16, bounded to West by Eno Riber and the Easternmost Brranch of said River,
to North by # 11, to East by # 15, to South by out lines.
3 July 1770. James Hart received grant of 250 acres in Wrightsborough, Georgia settlements.
August 1777. James and sons took oath of allegiance in Orange County, North Carolina.
1782. Orange County records show that James Hart provided bacon and money to war effort, with
additional claims at later dates.
August 1778-February 1786. Orange County records show that James did jury service several times during
this period.
25 March 1785. William and Sarah Ansley of Orange to James Hart of same, one hundred and sixty two
pounds, ten shillings for 144 acres on waters of Eno River. Signed: William Ansley, by mark, Sarah
Ansley. Witnesses: Claytone Robbin, Joseph Hart. Proved by Hart, August Term 1785.
29 May 1800. James Hart of Orange to James Strayhorn of same, three hundred fifty pounds, 144 acres, on
waters of Eno. signed (torn) Witness: Daniel Turrentine.
21 December 1792. James Hart, Senior, deeded 120 acres to Ralph Faucett "for the love and affection he
hath and beareth unto his daughter Ann, wife of Ralph Faucett".
3 August 1793. James Hart of Orange to stephen Hart, his son of same, five pounds, 120 acres, on waters
of Eno, part of tract whereon James Hart now lives, begin at Hugh Findley's corner tree, North to David
Fawcett's corner tree, East for complement cross James Hart's plantation a South course till it strikes Hugh
Findley's line. Signed: James (X) Hart, Rebecca (X) Hart. Witnesses: Kenneth Anderson, Edward
Turner, John Allison. Proved before Spruce Macay 17 October 1793 bt Allison.
1793. James Hart died.
30 September 1793. Inventory of James Hart Estate, Thomas Hart, Administrator. 129 acres on Eno
owned by James Hart at time of death. He lived in Bucks Co, PA, and in 1753 lived in Orange Co, NC.
    The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial Pennsylvania
and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
This book gives his birth as about 1710 in Warminster Twp., Bucks County, Penn. It gives his marriage to
Rebecca as about 1735. James applied on April 30, 1737, and received a warrant for 150 acres in Lancaster
County, not far from the Finney homestead. The tract lay "at the mouth of Tulpehocken Creek, by the
improvement of James Tayor, where the Tulpehocken flows into the Schuylkill River on the opposite side
of the river from the Finney land, in Philadelphia County". His land surveyed at 190 acres but he did not
recieve the patent. Patentee was Thomas Wilson.
On 15 February 1737/38 Janes and Rebeccah Hart of Cacoosing Twp., Lancaster County, joined Ann
Finney of Oley, Philadelphia County, in selling to Peter Bengaman their shares of land "on the East Side of
the River Schulkill", inherited from the girls' brother, Samuel Finney. On 15 October 1746 James Hart,
yeoman of Cumru Twp., Lancaster County, and Rebekah Hart his wife, daughter of the late Joseph Finney,
deceased,.....to Richard Peters and Richard Hockley....their estate right to the Plantation of 450 1/2 acres,
being the Plantation where our late Mother Sarah Finney lived and which is patented to Thomas Laurence,
Esq., and by him conveyed to Thomas Jenkins, then to Richard Peters and Richard Hockley, etc. Evan
Price and David Jones witnessed the documents, which James and Rebeccah signed with their marks.
Although reasons for the transaction are not fully explained, Peters and Hockley paid 10 pounds, 3 shillings
and 6 pence for this clarification of the title to the land on which Reading was built.
Perhaps James and Rebeccah joined her sister and brother-in-law, Sarah and Lawrence Thompson, and
neighbor James Taylor in following other members of the Hart family to the Valley of Virginia. On 31
May 1749, a James Hart, perhaps ours, served as chain carrier, along with Isaac Johnson, when land was
surveyed on Holeman's Creek in Augusta County, for George Brach and Capt. John Dobkin. Two years
later, on 30 November 1751, 410 acres "where he now lives" were surveyed in Augusta County for James
Hart, no doubt ours.
It is possible that the original intention of the Harts and Thompsons upon leaving Pennsylvania was to
settle permanently "in Carolina" after a stopover in Virginia. In any case, this is what happened. On 18
May 1753 a Granville grant for 320 acres in Orange County, N.C., was entered for James Hart at the
Edgecomb land office. The tract lay on the West side of the Eno River, "adjacent Governer's line and
James Taylor's line. The grant was issued 10 December 1753. On 23 May 1758 a note was added on the
outside cover of the document: James Hart's name was crossed out and "now James Taylor's 196 A"
written in. James Hart was a taxpayer in Orange County, N.C., in 1755; two white polls (adult males) were
living in the household. His name follows that of Thomas Thompson and preceedes that of James Taylor.
James Hart was a member of the Orange County Coroner's Jury that met on 15 June 1755 to conduct "an
inquest into the death of James Taylor, Jr., at the home of James Taylor, Senior in St. Matthew's Parish. He
died of supposed snake bite.
On 17 August 175? he purchased 285 acres "on the Easternmost branch of the Eno River". The tract
belonged to the estate of Governor Gabriel Johnston, deceased, and was sold to pay his debts. Witnesses to
the conveyance were Lawrence Thompson and James Taylor. When the sale was proved at the Orange
County Court meeting, June 1755, James Taylor appeared to vouch for the document's authenticity, "he
being one of the People called Quakers."
As a result of the turmoil caused by the Regulator movement in Orange County and environs, a group of
North Carolina Quakers negotiated with British authorities and obtained preliminary approval for a grant of
40,000 acres in Georgia in 1768. The grant, located in St. Paul's Parish, was approved by the Georgia
Assembly in 1770.
James Hart received a grant of 250 acres in the Wrightsborough, Georgia settlement on 3 July 1770. His
sons, Samuel and Peter Hart each obtained 100 acre grants in 1770, 1772, & 1774. It is doubtful that James
and Rebeccah went to Georgia.
A few years later, "for the love and affection he hath and beareth unto his daughter Ann, wife of Ralph
Faucett, James Hart, Senior deeded 120 acres to Relph Faucett. It was dated 21 December 1792.
James Hart's death can be placed between 3 August 1793, when James and Rebeccah deeded to their son
Stephen part of the Plantation, and 30 Sept 1793, when the inventory of the estate of "James Hart,
deceased" was recorded by Thomas Hart, administrator.
129 acres of his original holdings on the Eno River were owned by James at the time of his death. A
petition to divide the property, which was "bounded by the lands of Ralph Faucett, Benjamin Thompson
and Stephen Hart," was filed with the Orange County Court in March 1796. The court was requested to
divide the tract for sons Stephen, Peter, and Thomas, and the heirs of Samuel Hart, deceased. It is probable
that Rebeccah was deceased by this time since no mention is made of a dower share for her.
    The following statement is listed at the bottom of the list of descendants of James and Rebecca (Finney)
Hart.
It is possible that there was a close relationship between the family of James Hart and that of Thomas and
Susannah (Rice) Hart. Thomas is said to have died in Hanover County, Virginia. Susannah and their sons,
Nathaniel, Thomas, Benjamin, David, and John, settled in Orange County, North Carolina at about the
same time that the Pennsylvania arts and Thompsons emigrated there. The families were associated in
Orange County from the time of their arrival in the early 1750s, long before the marriage of Nathaniel
Hart's daughter Keziah, to Captain Laurence Thompson.
    The following information is from John Hart Miller. tecserco@aol.com. Filed at: 2001-2-17
John's father was Stephen Hart of Hillsborough, and his grandfather was James Hart, also of Hillsborough,
but formerly of Chester Township on the Schuylkill River, in Pennsylvania. Word handed down by John
was that his father Stephen and grandfather James and grandmother "Nellie" came to Hillsborough and
settled on the "waters of the Eno River", before the Revolution. It is not clear whether they had lived a
long while in PA, or whether they had simply disembarked from a ship from Ireland (some in our family
thought our Hart ancestors were Scotch Irish), or some other place and then came to NC.
Although our information was that his grandmother was called "Nellie", the only records of a James Hart
having a son Setphen in Orange County at the relevant time was a James Hart having a wife named
Rebecca. Also, John told his family that his father Stephen and mother Catherine (Moore) Hart died in
1811, and that he had four sisters whose names were; Rebecca, Jane, Rachael, & Sallie, along with one
brother, James. John didn't know very much about his Grandmother Moore but thought his Grandfather's
name was James Moore, and that he was killed in the Revolutionary War. Some of his mother's siblings
had gone off to Tennessee. John or Margaret had a sister in the Hillsborough area named Mary Paul, and a
brother named Paisely Nelson. John or Margaret also had brothers in Arkansas by 1852.
    John Hart Miller asked the following question: Filed at: 2001-2-17
Is the James Hart who married Rebecca Finney and went to Orange County, NC., the son of Thomas Hart
of Byberry and Warminster townships and the grandson of John Hart of Witney, England, and Byberry and
Warminster twonships, PA? Are there any original or copied documents that confirm this or that Thomas
had a son named James?
    The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
She gives his birth as about 1715. She also includes this note.
"According to Betty Soper, a longtime Hart researcher, from a document in her possession It states that
Thomas Hart and his brother James went to Chester County, Pennsylvania to buy land. This would link
this James to James b 1756, who is our ancestor. It is the only credible link I've been able to establish".

Notes for REBECCA FINNEY:
The following information is from a series of papers sent to me by Lennie Malone of Milton, Florida. This
paper is an attempt to reconstruct the life of James Hart, and was apparently written by Verna Lee Tester
from North Carolina Deed books, Jane Buchannan's book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Coloniel
PA and NC. Other reference are from Abstracts of Court Pleas & Quarter Sessions, and Division of Estate
of James Hart. This is filed at: 2000-11-16
29 July 1737. Joseph, son of James and Rebeccah Hart was christened at St. Gabriel's church near
Morlatton, now Douglassville. On 2 August 1737, Rebeccah was christened at the same church, Swedish
Lutheran.

Children of JAMES HART and REBECCA FINNEY are:
          i.   THOMAS8 HART94, d. Abt. 1830, Orange County, North Carolina95; m. ELEANOR LOGUE, Orange
               Co, NC.96; b. 96,97; d. Bet. 1810 - 182097.

               Notes for THOMAS HART:
               The following information is from a series of papers sent to me by Lennie Malone of Milton, Florida.
               This paper is an attempt to reconstruct the life of James Hart, and was apparently written by Verna Lee
               Tester from North Carolina Deed books, Jane Buchannan's book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney
               of Coloniel PA and NC. Other reference are from Abstracts of Court Pleas & Quarter Sessions, and
               Division of Estate of James Hart. This is filed at: 2000-11-16
               Thomas Hart was the Administrator of the Estate of his father James Hart who died about September
               1793.

               The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also
               see 2007-2-5.
               There is agreement on the Samuel Hart family. He was not a Quaker, but was one of the early settlers
               joining them at Wrightsborough, Georgia. He, James (his father), along with brothers Thomas, and
               Peter Hart, were given Wrightsborough land grants in 1769 and 1770. They came from the Eno River
               area of Orange County, North Carolina, along with Quaker leader, Joseph Maddock. Other early
               settlers include John Stubbs, Isaac Lowe, and Joel Cloud. Only Samuel remained in Georgia and his
               father and brothers returned to North Carolina.

               The following is according to John Hart Miller. tecserco@aol.com.
               John Hart, born 6 July 1797, son of Stephen Hart, went to live with his Uncle Thomas and Aunt Elinor
               when his parents died in 1811. He would have been only 14 years old at the time. Not sure the cause
               of death of the parents Stephen and Catherine (Moore) Hart, but there were many epidemics during
               those years that could have taken them.

               The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
               Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
               Thomas, one of the older children of James and Rebeccah Hart, probably met and married Eleanor
               Logue in Orange County, N.C. They were married before Eleanor's father, John Logue, who moved to
               North Carolina from New Castle County, Deleware made his will on 1 November 1769. John Logue
               did not mention Thomas Hart in his will but did name three sons-in-law, Thomas and Lawrence
               Thompson and Matthew Lindsey in connection with sharing the services of "my mulatto boy, Jacob."
               Since holding Jacob in servitude would have been counter to the tenets of the society of Friends,
               perhaps that is the reason Eleanor's husband was excluded from this bequest.
               On January 12, 1797, Thomas and Eleanor sold to William Whitted, Jr., the 132 1/2 acres on the Eno
               River that they had received from his father's estate.
               Thomas left a will dated 7 May 1827, proved April 1830 session of the Orange County Court.
    He left his personal and landed estate to his unmarried daughters, Rebeccah and Susannah. "If either
    shall incline to sell their part, it is my will and desire that they sell to a brother or sister and not to a
    stranger."
    Executors: "My son, Fin Hart", and Thomas McCracken.

ii. ANN HART98,99, d. Aft. 182199; m. RALPH FAUCETT, Bef. 21 Dec 1792, Orange County, North
    Carolina100,101; b. 102,103; d. Mar 1821103.

    Notes for ANN HART:
    The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
    Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18
    They were married before 21 December 1792 because that is the date that James Hart, Senior deeded to
    Ralph Faucett 120 acres on the Eno River "for the love and affection he hath and beareth unto his
    daughter Ann, Wife of Ralph Faucett.

    Notes for RALPH FAUCETT:
    The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
    Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18
    They were married before 21 December 1792 because that is the date that James Hart, Senior deeded to
    Ralph Faucett 120 acres on the Eno River "for the love and affection he hath and beareth unto his
    daughter Ann, Wife of Ralph Faucett.
    Ralph Faucett died in March of 1821, leaving a widow and seven children. A petition was filed by his
    creditors to force sale of two tracts owned by the Faucetts. The lands lay on the Eno River and
    bordered property of the heirs of Samuel Thompson, William Peacock, Benjamin Thompson, deceased,
    David Anderson, and William Whitted.

    Marriage Notes for ANN HART and RALPH FAUCETT:
    The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
    Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18
    They were married before 21 December 1792 because that is the date that James Hart, Senior deeded to
    Ralph Faucett 120 acres on the Eno River "for the love and affection he hath and beareth unto his
    daughter Ann, Wife of Ralph Faucett.

iii. STEPHEN HART104,105, d. 1811106,107; m. CATHERINE MOORE; b. 108,109; d. 1811110,111.

    Notes for STEPHEN HART:
    The following information is from a series of papers sent to me by Lennie Malone of Milton, Florida.
    This paper is an attempt to reconstruct the life of James Hart, and was apparently written by Verna Lee
    Tester from North Carolina Deed books, Jane Buchannan's book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney
    of Coloniel PA and NC. Other reference are from Abstracts of Court Pleas & Quarter Sessions, and
    Division of Estate of James Hart. This is filed at: 2000-11-16
    1785. Orange County, North Carolina records show a bond of indenture to Stephen for Jane Moore,
    age 14. (Other sources say this is orphan, June Moore)
    1790. Stephen paid taxes to Hillsboro District on 232 acres.
    24 November 1790. Stephen Hart, Overseer of road from Hillsborough to Brice Collins, crossing the
    Enoe River at Dickey Ford.
    4 March 1791. Orange County, N.C., records show a license granted to Stephen Hart to keep Tavern at
    house where he now dwells.
    14 April 1791. Stephen Hart of Orange to Thomas Crabtree of same, fifty pounds, 25 acres on North
    side of Eno River. Signed: Stephen Hart, Cathren (O) Hart. Witnesses: James Boyle, John Reley.
    Proved August 1791 term by John Raly.
    1792. Orange County records show that Stephen Hart was designated to "sell spirits by the smalls".
    10 December 1792 (?). Stephen Hart of Orange and Catharine his wife to James Thompson of same,
    three hundred pounds, 244 1/2 acres on Eno River. Signed: Stephen Hart, Catherine (O) Hart.
    Witness: Ben T. Burnside, Robert (X) Burnside. Proved May 1792 term by Robert Burnside.

    The following information is from John Hart Miller. tecserco@aol.com.
    John's father was Stephen Hart of Hillsborough, and his grandfather was James Hart, also of
    Hillsborough, but formerly of Chester Township on the Schuylkill River, in Pennsylvania. Word
    handed down by John was that his father Stephen and grandfather James and grandmother "Nellie"
    came to Hillsborough and settled on the "waters of the Eno River", before the Revolution. It is not
    clear whether they had lived a long while in PA, or whether they had simply disembarked from a ship
      from Ireland (some in our family thought our Hart ancestors were Scotch Irish), or some othere place
      and then came to NC.
      Although our information was that his grandmother was called "Nellie", the only records of a James
      Hart having a son Setphen in Orange County at the relevant time was a James Hart having a wife
      named Rebecca. Also, John told his family that his father Stephen and mother Catherine (Moore) Hart
      died in 1811, and that he had four sisters whose names were; Rebecca, Jane, Rachael, & Sallie, along
      with one brother, James. John didn't know very much about his Grandmother Moore but thought his
      Grandfather's name was James Moore, and that he was killed in the Revolutionary War. Some of his
      mother's siblings had gone off to Tennessee. John or Margaret had a sister in the Hillsborough area
      named Mary Paul, and a brother named Paisely Nelson. John or Margaret also had brothers in
      Arkansas by 1852.

      The following is according to John Hart Miller. tecserco@aol.com.
      John Hart, born 6 July 1797, son of Stephen Hart, went to live with his Uncle Thomas and Aunt Elinor
      when his parents died in 1811. He would have been only 14 years old at the time. Not sure the cause
      of death of the parents Stephen and Catherine (Moore) Hart, but there were many epidemics during
      those years that could have taken them.

      The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
      Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18
      Stephen Hart who married Catherine Moore, signed the Orange County freeholder's petition of
      November 1776, and paid taxes there in 1779 and 1780. The Revolutionary War pay voucher of 24
      pounds 3 shillings issued to Stephen Hart attests to his service to the Colonies in that conflict.
      In November 1785, the Orange County Court issued a bond of indenture to Stephen Hart for Jane
      Moore, an orphan and likely a relative of his wife. Jane was 14 years old; Stephen was to be
      responsible for her until her 18th birthday.
      Stephen Hart was designated by the Orange County Court meeting October 1792 as "among those
      persons who sell spirits by the smalls". Stephen and Catherine Hart were involved in several land
      transactions in Orange County during the 1790s. In 1790 he paid tax on one white poll and 232 acres in
      Hillsborough District. On August 3, 1793, just before his father's death, Stephen was deeded 120 acres
      of the James Hart homeplace.
      Living with Stephen and Catherine Hart when the 1800 census of Orange County was recorded were
      two males; the first was less than 10 years old and the second between 10 and 16 years old. Seven
      females of the following ages were making their homes with the Harts: 2 female of less than 10, 1
      female 10-16, 4 females 16-26.
      In the 1810 census, Catherine Hart was recorded as the head of the household, indicating that Stephen
      was deceased by that time. Living with Catherine were 1 male, age 10-16, and one female, 0-10.
      Living nearby was "J. of Step. Hart---1 male 16-26, and 1 female, 16-26. It is probable that the last
      entry is for James Hart who served as administrator of Stephen, estate in 1811. He is presumably the
      James Hart who married Sally Faucett in Orange County on 22 May 1810.
      A biographical sketch of a descendant of Stephen and Catherine who was living in Missouri in 1920,
      states that Stephen and Catherine had two sons and four daughters. There were probably more than
      that, however, the daughters of Stephen and Catherine have not been identified.

      Notes for CATHERINE MOORE:
      The following is according to John Hart Miller. tecserco@aol.com.
      John Hart, born 6 July 1797, son of Stephen Hart, went to live with his Uncle Thomas and Aunt Elinor
      when his parents died in 1811. He would have been only 14 years old at the time. Not sure the cause
      of death of the parents Stephen and Catherine (Moore) Hart, but there were many epidemics during
      those years that could have taken them.

iv.   JOSEPH HART, b. 1737, Near Douglassville, Pennsylvania112,113.

      Notes for JOSEPH HART:
      The following information is from a series of papers sent to me by Lennie Malone of Milton, Florida.
      This paper is an attempt to reconstruct the life of James Hart, and was apparently written by Verna Lee
      Tester from North Carolina Deed books, Jane Buchannan's book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney
      of Coloniel PA and NC. Other reference are from Abstracts of Court Pleas & Quarter Sessions, and
      Division of Estate of James Hart. This is filed at: 2000-11-16
      29 July 1737. Joseph, son of James and Rebeccah Hart was christened at St. Gabriel's church near
      Morlatton, now Douglassville. On 2 August 1737, Rebeccah was christened at the same church,
      Swedish Lutheran.
v.   SAMUEL HART, b. 1746114,115,116,117; d. 04 Jun 1787, Columbia County, Georgia118,119,120; m. ESTHER
     LOWE, 1771121,122; b. 17 Mar 1754, Wrightsboro, Ga.123,124,125,126,127,128,129,130; d. 05 Jan 1843, Cass
     County, Michigan131,132,133.

     Notes for SAMUEL HART:
     The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also
     see 2007-2-5.
         This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther
     Lowe. It is a very interesting discussion.
         There is agreement on the Samuel Hart family. He was not a Quaker, but was one of the early
     settlers joining them at Wrightsborough, Georgia. He, James (his father), and brothers Thomas and
     Peter Hart were given Wrightsborough land grants in 1769 and 1770. They came from the Eno River
     area of Orange County, North Carolina, along with Quaker leader Joseph Maddock. Other early settlers
     include John Stubbs, Isaac Lowe, and Joel Cloud. Only samuel remained in Georgia and his father and
     brothers returned to North Carolina.
         Samuel Hart married Esther Lowe about 1771 and they had children Isaac, James, William,
     Rebecca, Thomas, Grace, and Finney. James and Grace died in 1786 and father Samuel died in 1787.
     In 1788 the Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting received Esther into membership with her small children
     Isaac, William, Rebecca, Thomas, and Finney.
         Samuel Hart left no will but there are probate and estate inventory documents. These do not name
     children,but other names are of interest. Esther Hart and her neighbor Joel Cloud were administrators.
     John Stubbs, Noble Butler, Abraham Johnston, and Francis Jones "appraised the goods and chattels of
     Samuel Hart deceased".
         In December 1789, widow Esther Lowe Hart married Amos Green. On April 16, 1792, Ann Lowe
     and Esther Hart Green attended the Woman's Quarterly Meeting, Bush River, South Carolina, as
     Wrightsborough representatives.
         In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
     Quaker families, moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County,
     Ohio. Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Green and her children, Isaac, Thomas, and
     Phineas Hart, and Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
         The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass migrations to Ohio in 1805 and
     1806, brought on in large part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery Quakers. The
     Wrightsborough Monthly meeting faded out and became part of the Bush River Monthly meeting.
     Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly meeting
     (Ohio?) for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall and his wife Martha and daughter
     Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther Green and children Jesse, Hannah, and
     Amos. On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly meeting (Ohio?) received by request Isaac Hart, wife
     Sarah, and children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and
     Phineas were received on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting. It is believed
     that the Hart's and Green's came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806 and did not request certificates until later.
     Elijah Mendenhall who left Georgia with the Hart's was given a certificate in 1809 and settled in Gratis
     Township.
         The 1820 census for Gratis Township includes Thomas Hart, Jesse Green, Amos Green, and Joseph
     Stubbs. Sarah Hart is listed in adjoining Wayne Township, Butler County. Finney Hart is living ten
     miles northwest in Dixon Township. His sister Rebecca married Eli Dixon for whom the township was
     named, and moved from Dixon Township to Smith Township, Greene County, Indiana, in 1818.
         The 1830 census shows Sarah Hart, Thomas Hart, and Jesse and Amos Green in Gratis Township.
     Phineas Hart was in Dixon Township. The census lists with Jesse Green a female, 70-80 years old.
     This is his mother, Esther, who was 76 years old.
         I have been unable to find any direct evidence that links the Isaac Hart who died in 1844 in Warren
     County, Georgia, to Samuel Hart. There is a preponderance of evidence that says Isaac Hart, the son of
     Samuel and Esther, moved to Ohio about the same time as his mother, two brothers, sister, and Quaker
     neighbors, and died there about 1815.

        The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
     Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
     Samuel Hart received grants of 100 acres in the Wrightsborough, Georgia Quaker settlement on 6
     November 1770 & on 7 September 1772. It is possible that he, his wife Esther, and their children
     moved to Georgia. Samuel, who is difficult to track because of the presence in Orange County of two
     Samuel Hart's, was deceased by 1788. The minutes of the Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting of that
     year state: "Esther Hart requests membership approved the the women, also her small children, namely
      Isaac, William, Rebecca, Thomas, and Finney Hart".
      On 5 December 1789 an entry in the minutes indicate that "Esther Hart and Amos Green wish to marry,
      Samuel Jones and John Stubbs, Jr., to attend them". On the same date, "Meeting appoints Francis
      Jones, David Mole, and Joel Cloud as commissioners to settle matters between Heirs of Samuel Hart,
      Deceased and Amos Green and report their case therein to next meeting.

      Notes for ESTHER LOWE:
      According to Pete Turner, Esther Lowe died in Cass Co., Michigan.

      Ashley Bruce Hart gives her death as 1849 in Pebble County, Ohio.

      The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also
      see 2007-2-5.
         This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther
      Lowe. It is a very interesting discussion.
      After the death of Samuel Hart in 1787, Eshter remarried to Amos Green in December 1789.
         In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock, along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
      Quaker families moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County,
      Ohio. Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Hart Green, and her children Isaac, Thomas,
      Finney (Phineas), Jesse, Hannah, and Amos. The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared
      due to mass migration to Ohio in 1805 and 1806, brought about in part by the pressures of slavery upon
      the anti-slavery Quakers. The Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting fades out of existence and became
      part of the Bush River Monthly Meeting. Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July
      29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly Meeting for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall, and
      his wife Martha and daughter Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas (Finney) Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther (Hart)
      Green, and children Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
           On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly Meeting received by request, Isaah Hart, wife Sarah, and
      children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were
      received on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly Meeting. It is believed that the
      Harts and Greens came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806, and did not request certificates until later. Elijah
      Mendenhall who was given a certificate in 1809 with the Harts and Greens, settled in Gratis Township
      on the southeast quarter of section thirty-four in 1806.
            Butler county, Ohio records indicate that Isaac Hart died about 18156. Sarah Hart and Thomas
      Hart were recipients of the application for administration of Isaac Hart's estate. Butler County is
      immediately south of Preble County and borders on Gratis Township.
         Esther Lowe Hart Green moved from Gratis Township in 1834 with her son Jesse and family, to
      Wayne Township, Cass County, Michigan. Esther died in 1843 and is buried at Young's Prairie
      Cemetery in Cass County, Michigan.


      The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
      Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
         On 5 December 1789 an entry in the minutes indicate that "Esther Hart and Amos Green wish to
      marry, Samuel Jones and John Stubbs, Jr., to attend them". On the same date, "Meeting appoints
      Francis Jones, David Mole, and Joel Cloud as commissioners to settle matters between Heirs of Samuel
      Hart, Deceased and Amos Green and report their case therein to next meeting.

      More About ESTHER LOWE:
      Burial: Young's Prairie Cemetery, Cass County, Michigan 134

vi.   PETER HART, b. Bef. 1755135,136,137,138; d. Abt. Oct 1806, Orange Co, North Carolina. 139,140; m. LUCY
      ???? HART; b. 141,142,143,144.

      Notes for PETER HART:
      Moved to Georgia in 1770.

      The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also
      see 2007-2-5.
      There is agreement on the Samuel Hart family. He was not a Quaker, but was one of the early settlers
      joining them at Wrightsborough, Georgia. He, James (his father), along with brothers Thomas, and
      Peter Hart, were given Wrightsborough land grants in 1769 and 1770. They came from the Eno River
      area of Orange County, North Carolina, along with Quaker leader, Joseph Maddock. Other early
       settlers include John Stubbs, Isaac Lowe, and Joel Cloud. Only Samuel remained in Georgia and his
       father and brothers returned to North Carolina.

       The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial
       Pennsylvania and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18
       Peter Hart was born prior to 1755 and died ca. October 1806 in Orange County, North Carolina. He
       received two grants of 100 acres each in the Wrightsborough, Georgia Quaker settlement in 1772 and
       1774. If he made his home there at all, it would have been for a relatively short period.
       His signature is one of several hundred affixed to the petition of the freeholders of Orange County
       (November 1776) requesting a second election of representatives to the Constitutional Convention. The
       first election was interrupted by violence. Peter's service in the Revolutionary War is verified by a pay
       voucher of 10 Pounds, 10 Shillings.
       Peter Hart's service as a juror is recorded in the minutes of the Orange County Court, and his name
       appears on the tax lists of 1779 and 1780. He served as administrator of his father's estate in 1793. On
       30 January 1797 he sold to William Whitted the land he inherited from his father.
       Peter was deceased before November 1806, when the Orange Count Court ordered that a year's
       provisions be set aside for "the Widow and Family of Peter Hart". On 27 November 1806, Lucy and
       William Hart were named administrators of Peter's estate. They posted bond along with James and
       Ralph Faucett and were ordered to return an inventory of the estate within 90 days. The listings
       includes an assortment of household furnishings, agricultural implements, and stock.
       On 5 October 1818 Lucy Hart, widow of Peter, and their children; William; Rebecca; and Mary Hart;
       Margaret Tate, widow of James Tate; & Elizabeth King, wife of Edward King sold in two tracts the
       Hart land "including the dwelling which Peter Hart died possessed of" to Lemuel Simpson and Andrew
       McCauley. The 303 acres lay on the west side of Toms Creek and bordered land of George Martin,
       Lemuel and Andrew McCauley, William Findley, and Samuel Edmondson.

vii.   JAMES HART, b. 21 Mar 1756, Chester County, Penn. 145,146,147,148,149,149; d. 21 Oct 1839, Orange
       County, N.C.150,151,152; m. NANCY STRAYHORN, Bef. 1784, Orange County, North Carolina152; b.
       1760, Orange County, North Carolina153,154,155; d. Abt. 1847, Orange County, North Carolina155.

       Notes for JAMES HART:
       James was an Elder of the New Hope Church of Orange County, N.C. from its inception in about 1765,
       for a period of about 30 years. The church was incorporated in about 1765. About the year 1795, the
       following three persons were ordained and installed Elders, and they, with James Hart- constituted the
       entire session at the re-organization of the church in April 1820. They were James Strayhorn, John
       Strain, James Hart, & John Freeland.

       I believe this to be the James Hart who applied for a Revolutionary War pension on May 4 1837.
       According to the pension application: James Hart applied for pension 30 Aug 1832, Orange County, N.
       C., saying he enlisted in 1775 with Captain John Walker, Lieutenant Abraham Tatum, ......he was 75
       years of age in May last....,was born in Chester County, Pa., his father removed with him to Orange
       County, N.C. when he was about 8 years of age, where this applicant has ever since resided. Signed...
       James Hart
       William Strayhorn and John Strayhorn make oath that they are both citizens of Orange County, N.C..
       and have been intimately acquainted with James Hart the applicant as above for a pension, for upwards
       of sixty years, and they both remember distinctly that said Hart enlisted under Captain Walker in
       Hillsborough in 1775, and .... that he again volunteered.....in 1776 in the town of Hillsborough for three
       months, in the company of Captain William Williams, ....the said William Strayhorn served with him
       in this last tour...

       The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
       She gives his birth as February 21, 1756 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. His death as October 21,
       1839 in Orange County, North Carolina.
       Roberta continues: "The old section of the New Hope Presbyterian Church Cemetery is located across
       the road from the present location. A drive way angles off beside the firestation and the burial sites of
       the early pioneers of New Hope are located there. James Hart is among this group".
       Military service: 1775, Pvt, Williams Company, Ramsey North Carolina Troops, Revolutionary War.

       More About JAMES HART:
       Burial: New Hope Church Cem., Chapel Hill, Orange Co, N.C. 156,157

       Notes for NANCY STRAYHORN:
              The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
              Nancy was born about 1765 in Orange County, North Carolina and died about 1847 in Orange County,
              North Carolina.

              More About NANCY STRAYHORN:
              Burial: New Hope Church Cem., Chapel Hill, Orange Co, N.C. 157


5. MILES HENRY7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1)
was born Bef. 1722 in Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania 158,159,160,161,162,163,164,165,166, and died Mar
1785 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky167,168,169,170,171. He married DELILAH RICE BURRIS 1750 in Frederick
County, Virginia or Berkeley Co, W. V.172,173,174,174,175. She was born Abt. 1729 in Possibly in Botetourt,
Virginia176,177,178,179,180.

Notes for MILES HENRY HART:
Went to Orange County, NC, before 1762.The LDS ancestral file, dated 1992, lists his birth as 1731.

Dennis Hart lists as his sources the following:

1. West Virginia Revolutionary Anc., by Anne Reddy Simms.
2. Index of land grants, Frederick Co., Va.
3. Chalkley's Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia

Ashley Bruce Hart says that he died after 1785 in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

I believe this to be the Miles Hart & Aron Hart identified in this notice from Chalkley's Chronicles,
Volume 1.
Augusta County, Virginia, November 24, 1753. Road ordered built. From Wm. Carravan's Plantation to
Wm. Bryan's on Roanoak. Wm. Bryan, Supervisor. Among the workers: Aron Hart & Miles Hart.

The following is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at 2001-3-11.
There is something wrong here. It shows Elizabeth married to both this Miles and his suspected father,
Miles. Either one or both of these Miles are wrong because both can't be married to this Elizabeth. I
believe she is married to this later Miles, born about 1760.

The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
He gives his birth as about 1728 in Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He gives his death as March
1785 in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
According to Roberta, Miles was born about 1728 in Warminster Twp. Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He
died after 1785 in Big Will Creek, Green County, Pennsylvania.

The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
She gives Miles birth as about 1728 in Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Children of MILES HART and DELILAH BURRIS are:
           i. SAMUEL8 HART181,182,183, d. Paradise Co., Illinois.184,185.
          ii. JOSEPH HART, b. Abt. 1744, Rockingham County, Virginia186,187,188,189,190; d. Dearborn Co.,
              Indiana191,192,193,194.

              Notes for JOSEPH HART:
              Dennis Hart said that Joseph had 7 or 8 children.

              The following is from Charlotte Coats. coats@hotmail.com. Filed at: 2005-5-17.
              According to Charlotte's information on John Hart's pension application, Joseph was living in the state
              of Ohio in 1833.
iii. SILAS HART, b. 1748, Rockingham County, Virginia195,196,197,198; d. Oct 1782, Severns Valley, Hardin
     Co., Ky199,200,201,202; m. LETITIA RAWLINGS, 05 Sep 1787, Nelson County, Kentucky203,204,205; b.
     1769, Berkeley County, Virginia206,207,208; d. 1794, Hardin County, Kentucky209,210,211.

      Notes for SILAS HART:
      According to Dennis Hart, Silas came to Kentucky by way of Washington County, Pa., He was said to
      have been killed by indians. Dennis quotes his sources as:
      1. Collins history of Kentucky.

      Ashley Bruce Hart says that he was killed by indians about the same time as his brother Miles.

      The following is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at 2001-3-11.
      There is something wrong with either the marriage or death date for Silas.

      The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
      He says that Silas died in 1790 in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      She lists his death as 1790 in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

      More About LETITIA RAWLINGS:
      Burial: Her fathers farm, Hardin County, Kentucky212

      Marriage Notes for SILAS HART and LETITIA RAWLINGS:

      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      She says that the wedding was performed by William Taylor.

iv.   HENRY HART, b. Abt. 1750, Rockingham Co., Va. 213,214,215,216,217,218; d. Jun 1815, Washington Co.,
      Pennsylvania. (or Bullit, Kentucky)219,220,221,222; m. (1) ELIZABETH SHAIN BROUGHTON, Abt. 1770,
      Washington Co, KY.223,224,225; b. Abt. 1754, Washington County, Kentucky226,227,228,228,229,230,231; m. (2)
      MARY BROGHTON, 1773, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania232,233; b. 14 Mar 1749, Berkeley
      County, Virginia234; d. Abt. 1785, Fayette County, Pennsylvania234,235.

      Notes for HENRY HART:
      Dennis Hart quotes his sources as:

      1. Who was who in Hardin County.
      2. McLure's history of Hardin County, Ky.
      3. Ellis History of Fayette County, Pa.


      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      She gives his death as June 1815 in Bullit, Kentucky.

      Notes for MARY BROGHTON:

      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      Marta give the birth location for Mary as Coventry Parish, Somerset, Maryland.

v.    JOHN HART, b. 05 Jun 1759, Berkeley County, Virginia236,237,238,239,240,241,242; d. 19 Nov 1833,
      Crawford or Coles Co., Illinois.243,244,245,246; m. (1) SARAH JANE ???? HART; b. 247,248,249,250; m. (2)
      ELIZABETH FURGUSON, 24 May 1799, Hardin County, Kentucky251; b. 1781, Hagerstown,
      Washington County, Maryland252,253; d. 1876253; m. (3) REBECCA BECKETT, 29 Sep 1811, Hardin
      County, Kentucky253; b. 1772, Botetourt County, Virginia.254,255,256; d. Abt. 1843257,258.

      Notes for JOHN HART:
      Dennis Hart says that John was a hunter. He lived on the Clark County, Illinois line, so the records
      may be in Marshall, Il.

      The following is from marta43@juno.com. It is filed at: 2002-6-16.
From Coles County, Illinois Genealogical Society, under; Thomas Hart-Mary Herald Hart.
   John Hart, a brother of Thomas, Senior, was a Revolutionary War Soldier and the 'Douglas Register
of Revolutionary Soldiers in Illinois' states that he served with George Rogers Clark in 1776 and was in
several battles with Indians. He was pensioned in 1831. He came from Hardin County, Kentucky to
Wayne County, Illinois, thence to Coles County (Ill). He died November 19, 1833 and is buried near
Greenup, Illinois. His grave is marked by a Revolutionary Soldiers marker placed by the Governor
Edward Coles Chapter, National society Daughters of the American Revolution.

Pension Application of John Hart.
State of Illinois, Coles County.
   On this 6th day of May, 1833, personally appeared in open court before the Honorable William
Nelson, Judge of the Circuit Court for Coles County, John Hart, a resident of the United States of
America in the County of Coles and the State of Illinois, aged 74 years the 5th day of next June, who
being first duly sworn according to law, doth on his oath make the following declaration in order to
obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress passed June 7, 1832.
   That he entered the service of the United States under the following named officers and served as
herein stated. That he entered the service of the U.S. in the spring of 1776 under Major Morgan who
was sent by government to protect the frontier of Virginia from the invasions of the Indians. That he
was in Captain Mason's Company for the term of three months as a private. Was then placed under the
command of Colonel Williamson at Wheeling, Virginia (now West Virginia) and was by him made a
spy in the afore mentioned place for the term of three months. Was then left at Wheeling in garrison
for the term of 18 months but can not state all the officers he was under during that period as there
were frequent changes. It is impossible for him, owing to his advanced age, to state all but as well as
his recollection now serves him.
   The principle part of this time he was commanded by Ebenezer Lewis but does not recollect the title
he bore. He (John Hart) was frequently while in garrison employed in locating parties and was in
frequent skirmishes with the Indians in the protection of the frontier. His first service was as a Private
that he served against the British 7 years, and the Indians 21 years. He was a Pentioner & Runner in
that he was the victim of 7 gun shot wounds.
   He married Elizabeth Furguson, then married for his second wife, my Grate (sic) Grandmother,
Rebeckey Utsler. She had also been the wife of William Johnson. Her maiden name was Becket. She
drew a pension for him until she died in about the year 1843. It may be that her name Utsler was not
given in her application for her pension as she was divorced from him.

From the Office of Secretary of State, Illinois State Archives.
This information was from papers on file in his pension application.
    John Hart was born June 5, 1759 in Berkeley County, Virginia. The names of his parents are not
given. While residing in Berkeley County, John enlisted in the spring of 1776, served 3 months as
private in Captain Marvin's company under Major Morgan, to protect the frontiers of Virginia from the
invasion of the Indians; shortly afterwards, he was appointed a spy, served under Colonel Williamson
(I think) stationed a part of the time in ....at Wheeling, was in frequent scouting parties and in many
skirmishes with the Indians. He served also as a spy under General Clark; he was elected Captain about
1780, served in Colonel Linn's Virginia regiment, went in General Clark's campaign to the Pickaway
Towns, was in a battle on Mad River, and continued in the service until "peace was declared".
    John moved after the close of the Revolution and settled near the Falls of the Ohio, in Hardin
County, Kentucky, and in 1822, moved to Lawrence County, Illinois, thence to Coles County, Illinois.
He was allowed pension on his application executed May 6, 1833, then a resident of Coles County,
Illinois, where he had lived about 3 years. Joseph Hart, brother of the above John Hart, was living in
1833 in Ohio.
    The papers on file in this claim contain no further discernible family data. In order to obtain the date
of last payment of pension, name and address of person paid, and possibly the date of death of this
pensioner, you should apply to the Comptroller General, General Accounting Office, Records Division,
this city, and furnish the following information.

John Hart, Certificate #25797, Issued January 6 or 8, 1834.
Rate: $80.00 per annum, Commenced March 4, 1831
Act of June 7, 1832.

More About JOHN HART:
Burial: Near Greenup, Illinois259

Notes for SARAH JANE ???? HART:
      The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
      Roberta gives her name as Mary Jane.


      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      Marta lists this first wife as Margaret Mundell, born 1760 in New Castle, Delaware. Died October 15,
      1831 in Greene County, Pennsylvania.

      Notes for REBECCA BECKETT:
      The following is from Andy E. Johnson. aj63orchid@socket.net. Filed at: 2005-1-11.
      After marrying twice and having a family, Rebecca left Johnson and her family in 1809 or 1810 and ran
      off with John Hart. The 1810 census verifies this. She left a young daughter, Eleanor, (the youngest
      child in the family) that was born in 1801 and would have been about 9 years old when Rebecca left
      with John Hart. Some believe that he is the same John Hart who killed Usher Ferguson, but I don't
      think so. This is because they mention John Hart married to an Elizabeth Ferguson in 1799. If this
      were true it would mean that John was married to her prior to his marriage to Rebecca Beckett (Utsler)
      Johnston in 1811. To do this he would have had to go back to Virginia from Kentucky where her
      married Elizabeth in 1799.

vi.   MILES HART, b. Abt. 1760, Rockingham Co., Va, or North Carolina 260,261,262,263,264; d. 07 Jun 1790,
      Severns Valley, Hardin Co., Ky265,266; m. ELIZABETH RAWLINGS, 1780, Nelson County,
      Kentucky267,268,269,270; b. 1766, Hardin County, Kentucky271,272,273; d. 1844, Hardin County,
      Kentucky274,275,276.

      Notes for MILES HART:
      The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
      Mike says that he was born in North Carolina

      The following is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at 2001-3-11.
      The story of Miles Hart and his wife Elizabeth, as told in Haycraft's "History of Elizabethtown," tells of
      his fighting and killing Indians who attacked his cabin until he was slain, his wife carried away a
      captive and her giving birth to a child along in the snow and of the baby being carried on her back until
      it died later, also of her being held prisoner for several years until a French Trader at Detroit purchased
      her from the Indians and returned her to relatives. She later married Peter Guntermand and raised a
      large family.
      There is something wrong here. It shows Elizabeth married to both this Miles and his suspected father,
      Miles. Either one or both of these Miles are wrong because both can't be married to this Elizabeth. I
      believe she is married to this later Miles, born about 1760.

      Dennis Hart says that he served with George Rogers Clark, and was killed by Indians in Nelson
      County, Ky in 1790. He also states that he moved to Ky by way of Washington Co., Pa. This is echoed
      by Ashley Bruce Hart. Jeff Jones says that he died in 1780.

      Ashley Bruce Hart says that he was killed by Indians about the same time as his brother Silas. He lists
      his death as June 1790, in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

      According to Ashley Bruce Hart; It is believed that Joseph and his brother Edward, along with their
      mother, were captured by Indians at the time that their father was killed. They were released or rescued
      and returned to Hardin County, Kentucky. Joseph's marriage received the consent of his mother.
      Elizabeth Rawlings Hart later married Peter Gunterman.

      The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
      She lists Miles as dying on June 7, 1780 in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky. She gives his
      military service as about 1780. He served with George Rogers Clark, and was killed by the Indians in
      Kentucky.

      The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
      Marta says that he died in 1782 in Severns Valley, Hardin County, Kentucky.

      Notes for ELIZABETH RAWLINGS:
      The following is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at 2001-3-11.
      The story of Miles Hart and his wife Elizabeth, as told in Haycraft's "History of Elizabethtown," tells of
his fighting and killing Indians who attacked his cabin until he was slain, his wife carried away a
captive and her giving birth to a child along in the snow and of the baby being carried on her back until
it died later, also of her being held prisoner for several years until a French Trader at Detroit purchased
her from the Indians and returned her to relatives. She later married Peter Guntermand and raised a
large family.
There is something wrong here. It shows Elizabeth married to both this Miles and his suspected father,
Miles. Either one or both of these Miles are wrong because both can't be married to this Elizabeth. I
believe she is married to this later Miles, born about 1760.

The following is from a family tree from Diane Harrison. harrison@hcnews.com. Filed at: 2002-5-10.
Another version of the story of Elizabeth Rawlings.
About the middle of September 1792, a roving band of Indians made their appearance in what is now
Hardin County, Kentucky, and tried, under the renegade Simon Girty, to run the white settlers out of
Kentucky. They committed raids on settlers, robbing them of food, etc. The settlers went to the forts
with their women and children, then the men would go to drive the Indians back across the Ohio River
into the Northwest Territory.
The Hart brothers were knows as the best Indian fighters in the country. Miles Hart, Husband of
Elizabeth Rawlings was, perhaps the best of them, because he was so deadly with the rifle the Indians
had called him "Sharp-Eye". The Hart brothers married the three Rawlings girls, daughters of Edward
Rawlings, namely: Miles married Elizabeth, JOsiah married Ann, and Silas married Letitia (Letty)
Rawlings.
Miles Hart had a twin brother Aaron Hart. There is a mistake in Collin's History of Kentucky where he
says Silas Hart was the husband of Elizabeth (stolen by the Indians). Haycraft's History of
Elizabethtown gives the incident and name of Miles Hart correctly. Haycraft was a relative of
Elizabeth. There is a letter from John Van Meter also a member of the family, in which he gives the
name of Miles Hart.
The Hart brothers and the other men of the settlement drove the Indians across the Ohio River at a point
about West Point today, but in doing so, Miles Hart killed the Chief. With the Chief dead the settlers
thought perhaps the raids would cease so they returned to the VanMeter Fort where Miles Hart had his
wife and his three children, aged 7 or 8 years. The family returned to their home, a crude log cabin that
Miles had built on a clearing nearby. The log cabin had only a small window and a solid door, so there
was little light in it. At night the log-burning fireplace and a candle furnished the light.
In the morning as they were about to eat their meager breakfast, they opened the door to let in more
light. The Indians who had followed them back to their home has been prowling around the cabin all
night, waiting for an opportunity to kill Miles in revenge for the loss of their Chief. They pounced
upon Miles and killed him after a desperate struggle, thus avenging the death of their Chief. Joe Hart,
twelve year old son of Miles, grabbed his father's rifle and tomahawk hatchet and killed the Indian
leader who was brother to the slain Chief, and also killed several other savages before they were able to
subdue him. He struck them as they tried to enter the door to the cabin to take his mother and the
children prisoners, but they were able to carry Elizabeth, Joe and the two smaller children into
captivity.
They killed the little girl a short distance form the cabin because she cried and the Indians were afraid
the followere would hear her. They killed Miles, Junior because he had a sore foot and couldn't keep
up. They were in a hurry for they knew they would be followed as soon as the other settlers found out
what had happened, and they knew the fury of the Hart brothers.
This left Joe and his mother as the only captives and she was ready to have another child and could
hardly keep up. She was required to carry kettles and cook for the Indians, and finally had the baby in
the snow unattended, She was made to resume the march the next day and carried the baby strapped to
her back and also some cooking kettles. During the day they waded waist-deep across an ice-filled
creek. Elizabeth was considered a delicate woman of her day, so it was difficult for her carrying the
baby, the cooking kettles, and other plunder the Indians had collected. They soon crossed the Ohio
River into the Northwest Territory and she was required to kindle the fires at night, then move to the
side to kindle one for herself. She suffered in-human conditions on the trek northward, crossing ice-
filled streams while subsisting on little more than water in which a turkey had been boiled.
The mother and Joe were separated after they crossed the Ohio River due to the fact that several tribes
were involved in the raid and Joe was carried away by a different tribe than Elizabeth. She would up in
or near Detroit and it was the intention of the Indians to burn both she and Joe at the stake for their role
in the death of their Chief. Joe's life was spared because a squaw was impressed with his bravery and
pleaded for his life. Elizabeth was saved because a chief decided he might marry her, however, she
steadfastly refused to do so. The baby died after about six months due to the inhuman treatment he
suffered from the Indians. Elizabeth dug a grave and buried her young son, but as she went to do her
morning chore of carrying water from the spring the next morning, she found the baby's body lying in
       her path to the spring. She re-buried it and the following morning she found the severed head of the
       child in her path. She realized that she would be taunted like this as long as she showed she cared, so
       the next day, she just moved the head out of her path and went on her way. She never saw the baby
       again and supposed that they had buried it.
       After several years of captivity, Elizabeth convinced a French Trader to buy her, promising that her
       family would pay him if he returned her to her relatives in Kentucky. Since he was going in that
       direction anyway, he did help her and returned her to her home and family.
       Joe had been rescued by his uncles, the Hart brothers, who had organized bands to help them look for
       Joe and Elizabeth. Joe never married, but moved to Missouri with Grandma Tabb's father, Samuel
       Price, and his sons. They went there to take up land and settle that territory after the death of Samuel's
       wife, Nancy Gunterman Price, who was Joe's half-sister. Joe's grave is in Missouri with that of Samuel
       Price in the New Salem Baptist Church Cemetery.




       Marriage Notes for MILES HART and ELIZABETH RAWLINGS:
       The following is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at 2001-3-11.
       She gives the marriage as about 1780 in Nelson County, Kentucky. She married Peter Gunterman
       March 7, 1797, in Nelson County, Kentucky.

vii.   THOMAS HART, b. Abt. 1760, Rockingham Co., Virginia. 277,278,279,280,280,281,282,283; d. Abt. 1830,
       Mattoon, Coles Co., Illinois.284,285,286,287,287,288,289; m. MARY HERALD; b. Abt. 1764, Union County,
       South Carolina290,291,292; d. 18 Jun 1855293.

       Notes for THOMAS HART:
       The following is from Billie Spence. BJGS@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-12-1
       She lists Thomas Hart's birth as Frederick County, Virginia.

       Dennis Hart got his information from "History of Coles County".
       The first settlers in Paradise Township, Coles County, Illinois, were three Hart brothers, Miles H,
       known as "old Jolly", Moses, and Thomas Junior. They came in the fall of 1826, followed shortly by
       their parents, "Uncle Tommy" Hart and his wife, along with two other brothers, Silas and Jonathon.
       The Hart families built cabins about a mile west of where the Dry Grove Church was later to be built.
       This excerpt was from an Outline of the History of Zion Hill (Paradise) Methodist Church.

       The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
       From "Thomas Hart-Mary Herald Hart", by Arlene Hart. 1980. Property of Coles County Genealogical
       Society.
       It is not know where Thomas Hart and his wife, Mary Herald Hart (a Quakeress) were born or where
       they were married. Thomas Hart is said to have lived in Virginia, and two of their sons- Silas and
       Miles H- were born in North Carolina. It is thought they went to Hardin County, Kentucky about 1800
       and the family is listed in the 1810 census for that County. They came to Wayne County, Illinois is
       1826 to join Silas Hart who had settled there in 1822, but in the fall of 1826, Moses, Thomas Junior,
       and Miles H. Hart came north and decided to locate in what was later to become Paradise Township.
       Miles H. Hart returned to Wayne County, but Moses and Thomas, Jr., remained and during the 1826-
       1827 winter they built a log cabin, believed to have been close to what was later the Dry Grove
       Cemetery. In March 1827, Miles H. Hart with his family and Thomas and Mary Herald Hart, came and
       occupied the cabin built by Moses and Thomas Junior. In February 1828, Silas Hart with his family
       and his brother, Jonathan, Joined the families already here.
       Thomas Hart, Senior and Mary erald Hart are believed to have died about 1832/1833 and to have been
       buried in Dry Grove Cemetery, although their graves were unmarked.
       Thomas and Mary Herald Hart were the parents of five sons and two daughters: Miles and Silas, both
       born in North Carolina, and the only brothers who were to remain in Coles County; Jonathan (Black
       Hawk War); Moses (Mexican War); and Thomas Junior, all three who moved to Texas. There is no
       information about the two daughters; Charity and Delilah.
       John Hart, a brother of Thomas, Senior was a Revolutionary War Soldier and the "Douglas Register of
       Revolutionary Soldiers in Illinois", states that he served with George Rogers Clark in 1776 and was in
       several battles with Indians. He was pensioned in 1831. He came from Hardin County, Kentucky, to
       Wayne County, Illinois, thence to Coles County. He died November 19, 1833 and is buried near
       Greenup, Illinois. His grave is marked by a 'Revolutionary Soldier' marker placed by the Governor
       Edward Coles Chapter, National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution.
                More About THOMAS HART:
                Burial: Dry Grove Cemetery, Coles Co, Illinois294

                Notes for MARY HERALD:
                The following is from Billie Spence. BJGS@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-12-1
                Billie gives Mary's birth as 1771 in Tennessee.

        viii.   MOSES HART, b. 1763, Rockingham County, Virginia295,296,297,298,299; d. Aft. 1825, Indiana300,301.

                Notes for MOSES HART:
                Dennis Hart describes Moses as a hunter. His source is as follows:

                1. History of Coles County, Il., Page 408

         ix.    AARON HART, b. Abt. 1770, Rockingham County, Virginia 302,303,304,305,306.
          x.    JOSIAH HOUSTON HART, b. 01 Jan 1770, Rockingham County, Virginia307,308,309,310,311; d. Aft. 1840,
                Texas312,313,314,315,316; m. MARTHA ANN RAWLINGS, 04 May 1789, Nelson County,
                Kentucky317,318,319,320; b. 1771, Berkeley County, Virginia321,322,323,324,325; d. Aft. 1830, Pope County,
                Arkansas326,327,328.

                Notes for JOSIAH HOUSTON HART:
                The following information is from Barbara Long Emery, HyBy@willard-oh.com. Filed at: 2001-3-11.
                In 1830 Josiah Hart left Kentucky for Pope County, Arkansas. From Pope County he migrated to
                Texas in 1833.

                Dennis Hart cites the following records.

                1. Nelson Marriage Records.
                2. Hardin County, Ky., Tax Records

                According to Ibah Browne, GGranddaughter of John and Elvira Jernigin Hart, Josiah had moved from
                Hardin County, Kentucky to Scott County, Arkansas. According to her, some of the Harts from Bucks
                Co, Penn, moved to Berkley County, West Virginia, then on to Hardin County, Kentucky. Josiah was
                raised in Hardin County, Ky.

                Marriage Notes for JOSIAH HART and MARTHA RAWLINGS:

                The following is from Marta Burns. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
                They were married by Ben Linn/Lynn, son of Andrew Lynn of Fayette County, Pennsylvania.


6. COLONEL THOMAS (JR)7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2,
CHRISTOPHER1) was born 1723 in Warminster, Bucks, Pa.329,330,331,332,332,333,334, and died 28 Aug 1804 in
Berkeley Co., Va.335,336,337,338,339. He married (1) NANCY STOUT. She was born in Loudon Co,
Virginia340,341. He married (2) MARY MORGAN. was born 342,343,344.

Notes for COLONEL THOMAS (JR) HART:
This Thomas is named as defendant in Paul vs. Hite, due to his fathers involvement.

LDS ancestry file, dated 1992, lists his dob as 1729.

Dennis Hart lists his sources as:
1. History of the Hart Family, by R. Perry
2. Virginia Military grants
3. Will's, Jefferson County, WV.
4. Filson Club Quarterly, Vol 5, 1931, pp92-93 & 96-97
5. Chalkley's Chronicles
6. Virginia Military Grants
7. Quaker Records, Hinshaw Lived in Augusta Co, Virginia.
The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
She gives his date of birth as about 1729 in Warminster , Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He died August 28,
1804 in Berkeley County, Virginia.

The following is quoted from the book, "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement of Virginia", by Lyman
Chalkley. Vol 2, pp 230-239.
" Paul vs. Hite-O.S. 310; N.S. 110, Bill, 81st January, 1794, by Margaret Paul of Pennsylvania. Many
years ago Joist Hite sold to Thomas Hart land in now Berkeley County. Hart sold a part to John Miles of
Pennsylvania. On 2d April, 1747, Miles made his will and devised the land "intail" to Oratrix, his only
child, an infant. She married _________ Paul, now deceased. Oratrix and father always lived in
Pennsylvania. Fairfax claimed the land, was sued by Hite and lands decreed to Hite, but the Hite heirs
refuse to give it up. Jacob Miller, Abraham Neil, Robert Lowry, Phillip Ingle, Godwin Swift, William
Dark, petition that they, with Giles Cook, are in possession of a tract of land on Elk Branch in Berkeley
County, 1,300 acres, part was sold by Jost Hite to Thomas Hart and by him conveyed to petitioners. 17th
June, 1803, Peter Martin, Senior, aged 73, 4 or 5 years ago, he was shown a tree that formerly stood in
Cavalier Martin's yard by Thomas Hart. 17th June, 1803, Thomas Hart, Senior, aged nearly 80 years,
deposes, he was with the surveyor and his father when they surveyed Jost Hite's 1,100 acres. 27th April,
1795, Ann Thomas, aged 78, deposes at Spread Eagle Tavern, kept by John Kunwoody in Philadelphia,
(285 High Street), she was married to John Miles in 1739 or 1740, that by him she had a son, Griffin Miles,
who died when an infant, and Margaret, the plaintiff. 27th April, 1795, John Cart, aged 69 years, deposes,
same place. 5th September, 1795, Edward Lucas, son of Edward Lucas, deposes. 19th March, 1787,
Thomas Rutherford deposes, in 1752 as surveyor for Fairfax he made survey for Thomas Hart and an
adjoining one for Miles Hart, Son of Thomas. Joseph Darke owned adjoining land. In 1740 deponent saw
a log house covered with clap board or shingle and nailed roof on north side of Elk Branch on land now in
dispute. The house was said to be the property of John Miles, who had purchased from Thomas Harte,
Senior, 5th September, 1795, John Wright, aged 70, deposes, he came to Virginia in 1748 or 1748 and was
shown the land by James Glenn, Senior, who said John Miles claimed the land. A shingled house was
uncommon. 17th February, 1795, William Darke deposes, he was ordered out with the militia against the
insurgents (in September), which prevented him from attending thaking depositions in Philadelphia. Bond,
29th March, 1735, by Thomas Hart of Warminster, in County Bucks, Penna., husbandman to Jost Hite of
Orange County, Virginia. Gentleman title bond for 2 tracts, 1,000 acres on Elk Branch on the Waggon
Road from Potomack to Opeckon, 500 acres northward from above. 27th September, 1794, Thomas Hart,
aged 71 years, about 60 years ago his father, Thomas Hart, purchased 1,500 acres. In 1754, Thomas,
Senior, was about to remove to Carolina"

According to John Hart Miller, tecserco@aol.com, the following information is from a new book:
"Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia", by Cecil O'Dell. It was published in 1995 by Walsworth
Publishing Company of Marceline, Mo., Filed at: 2001-2-17

Thomas Hart was in Virginia by late March, 1735, and possibly was there earlier. He sold much of his land
in 1754 and gave his son, Thomas, Jr., power of attorney in late October, 1754, to act in his behalf on his
remaining land, apparently because he planned to leave for Orange County, N.C. The French and Indian
War was raging at that time and there had been raids in the area where Thomas lived. George Washington
was stationed at that time a few miles away in Winchester. Because of the changes in County boundaries
and names, and the breakaway of West Virginia in the Civil War, County records are scattered in different
places, but some are apparently in Winchester.
O'Dell's book, page 116, says that Thomas, Senior, left his home, or that of his son, Thomas, Jr., soon after
17 October 1754 for Orange County, N.C (At about age 69). His son, Thomas Jr., had to post bail so that
he could leave for N.C. becasue when Jost or Joist Hite learned that Thomas Sr., was leaving the area, Hite
filed a complaint in the Frederick County Superior Court claiming that Thomas Sr., still owed him 50
pounds of the purchase price of the land Thomas Sr., had bought from him in 1735. This had not been
paid because Thomas Sr., did not receive the number of acres that he had bargained for. Also, Lord Fairfax
had filed suit claiming that Jost Hite did not have title to the land because the Governor of Virginia did not
have the right to grant land owned by Lord Fairfax to John Van Meter, the person Jost Hite had bought the
land from. Miles Hart, one of Thomas Senior's sons, gave his brother Thomas Jr., his power of attorney
also in late October 1757 (possibly 1754), and probably also left for Orange County, N.C.

Children of THOMAS HART and MARY MORGAN are:
           i.   RUTH8 HART345,346,347, m. DANIEL VAN METER; b. 348,349,350.
          ii.   SARAH HART351,352,353, m. MASON BENNETT; b. 354,355,356.
         iii.   ESTER HART357,358.
         iv.    THOMAS (III) HART, b. Abt. 1750, Berkeley Co., Va.359,360,361,362; d. 1795, Berkeley Co.,
                Va.363,364,365,366; m. ANNE PEMBERTON; b. 367,368,369.

                Notes for THOMAS (III) HART:
                The following is from Mike Foster, fosterm@open.org, in his e-mai. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
                The following is from Will Book 2, page 275, Berkeley County, Martinsburg, West Virginia.
                Dated: 11 January 1795.
                Will Proved: 20 Jan 1795.
                Executors: Ann Hart (widow), Daniel Vanmatre, & Mason Bennet (who refused to serve)
                Children named: Margaret, Elizabeth, Anne, Thomas, Esther, and Sarah Hart. They were apparently all
                minors.
                Witnesses: Thomas Rutherford, T. Rutherford, Jnr., and Mary Smallwood.
                The will as written passed all his possessions over to the control of his wife for her use and for the
                education of the children.
                In a codicil written and signed the next day on 12 January, he stated that if she should remarry, she
                would be restricted to the use and control of only one third of his estate, and his executors should use
                the remaining two thirds for the best advantage of the children, including the possible sale of the assets.

                Complete text of will is filed at 2002-1-7.
                He was called Thomas Hart, Junior in the will.

          v.    JOHN HART, b. 1760, Berkekey Co., Va.370,371,372,372; d. Abt. 1849, Missouri373,374,375,375; m.
                KATHERINE KNOWLES, 19 May 1778, Pa376,377; b. 378,379,380.

                Notes for JOHN HART:
                According to the records of Dennis Hart, He moved to Kentucky with his brother Josiah, then on to
                Missouri, about 1832. Ashley Bruce Hart gives the same information.

                Marriage Notes for JOHN HART and KATHERINE KNOWLES:
                Ashley Bruce Hart gives the wedding date as May 19, 1778. That must be right because Dennis Hart
                had given 1770, which woul have put him 10 years old when he married.

                The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
                Roberta also gives the date as May 19, 1770 in Pennsylvania. She must have gotten her information
                from the website carrying Dennis Hart's information which seems incorrect.

         vi.    JOSIAH HART, b. 20 May 1764, Winchester, Berkeley County, Virginia 380; d. 06 Apr 1845, Clark
                County, Kentucky380; m. JUDITH TANNER, 23 Mar 1792, Bourbon Co., Ky.381,382; b. 1772, Prince
                Edward Co., Va.383,384,385; d. 02 Aug 1825, Clark County, Ky386.

                Notes for JOSIAH HART:
                The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
                Roberta has this Josiah as a child of Thomas Junior and Mary Morgan. I have him as a son of Thomas
                Hart Senior and Hester Miles. I am not sure which family he belongs in, but the dates of his birth seem
                to put him in line in the family of Thomas Junior. She gives his military service in the Revolutionary
                War as: 1776, Surveyor.His occupation was listed as Surveyor. He served in the American Revolution.
                This information is from the records of Dennis Hart.

                The following is from Charlene Coats. coats@hotmail.com. Filed at: 2002-10-6.
                She gives his death in Virginia on April 6, 1845. She is going to continue looking at other records to
                try to clear up this discrepancy.

                The following is from Ramsey Flynn. ramjilflynn@meginc.com. Filed at: 2001-12-9.
                I am a descendant of the Tanner Family in Clark County, Kentucky. We still own the farm that has
                been passed down in the family. Judith Tanner Hart and Josiah Hart are buried on my cousins farm that
                joins mine. (Roger's note: This seems to conflict with the information that Josiah is buried in the old
                Ramsey Cemetery in Clark County, Kentucky).

                More About JOSIAH HART:
                Burial: Old Ramsey Cemetery, Clark Co, Kentucky387

                Notes for JUDITH TANNER:
                The following is from Ramsey Flynn. ramjilflynn@meginc.com. Filed at: 2001-12-9.
                I am a descendant of the Tanner Family in Clark County, Kentucky. We still own the farm that has
                been passed down in the family. Judith Tanner Hart and Josiah Hart are buried on my cousins farm that
                joins mine. (Roger's note: This seems to conflict with the information that Josiah is buried in the old
                Ramsey Cemetery in Clark County, Kentucky).

                More About JUDITH TANNER:
                Burial: Buried on farm in Clark County. (See note in More). 388

        vii.    MARTHA HART, b. 1765389,390,391; m. THOMAS ASHLEY; b. 392,393.

                Notes for MARTHA HART:
                Ashley Bruce Hart & Jeff Jones both give her birth as 1765. Dennis Hart has it listed as 1756. I don't
                have enough information to judge, except that Thomas, her father would be 42 when she was born.


Children of COLONEL THOMAS (JR) HART are:
        viii.   ISAAC8 HART394.
         ix.    CAPTAIN ALEXANDER HART394, m. JEMIMA PRICE; b. 395.

                Notes for CAPTAIN ALEXANDER HART:
                The following is from Shannon, Kit666Har@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-8-5.

                They lived in Monroe County, Tennessee and Catoosa County, Georgia.
                Alexander, who was known as Captain Hart (War of 1812) was a trumpeter.


7. JOHN7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
1726 in Warminster, Bucks, Pa.396,397,398.

Notes for JOHN HART:
According to Deena's home page, this information was found in : 1. Chatham Co., NC. 2. Hart Forum,
Volume 2. Information also comes from "The Descendants of John Rush and Susanna Lucas", by Luther
Olson.

According to this , The family settled on Elk Branch of Opequon, in Berkeley Co., Va., in 1735, then
moved to Orange County, NC., in 1754. The Dennis Hart records this information comes from, claims that
Reuben, son of this John, is our ancestor who married Nancy Ann Rigdon.

This is a letter from Arlene Chilton dated 29 January 1998. Filed at: Reuben 1998-8.
It lists the children of John Hart as:
Reuben, b 1783. Married Nancy Ann Rigdon
John Hart
William Hart

Children of JOHN HART are:
           i.   JOHN8 HART399,400.

                Notes for JOHN HART:
                This is a letter from Arlene Chilton dated 29 January 1998. Filed at: Reuben 1998-8.
                It lists the children of John Hart as:
                Reuben, b 1783. Married Nancy Ann Rigdon
                John Hart
                William Hart
           ii. WILLIAM HART401,402.

               Notes for WILLIAM HART:
               This is a letter from Arlene Chilton dated 29 January 1998. Filed at: Reuben 1998-8.
               It lists the children of John Hart as:
               Reuben, b 1783. Married Nancy Ann Rigdon
               John Hart
               William Hart


8. AARON (SR)7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was
born Abt. 1733 in Augusta Co., Va.403,404,405,406,407,408,409, and died 1810 in Hardin Co., Ky.410,411,412,413,414,415.
He married RACHEL ???? HART Abt. 1753416. She was born 417,418,419,420,421, and died 1829 in Hardin Co.,
Ky.422,423,424,425.

Notes for AARON (SR) HART:
The following is from Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3.
Frankie gives his birth as 1732 in Warminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His death as 1810 in Harden
County, Kentucky.

Dates and places of birth vary, depending on the record used. An unnamed record shows that he was born
"about 1732 in Warminster TWP.,Bucks Co., Pa.
Dennis Hart says that he was born in 1733 in Hopewell, Hunterdon Co., NJ. According to the LDS
ancestry file, he was born about 1733/1734.

Dennis Hart refers to him as "The Elder", and lists his occupation as Farmer & Miller. He also served in
the VA & SC Militia.

Dennis Hart lists his sources as follows:
1. Will of Rachel (Hart) in Hardin County, Ky.
2. Hardin County, Ky., Tax Records

The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
Revolutionary War Service Rocords 1775-1783 show Aaron Hart as a Private in the war.

Ashley Bruce Hart gives his death as Before 1800 in Union County, South Carolina.

I believe this to be the Miles Hart & Aron Hart identified in this notice from Chalkley's Chronicles,
Volume 1.
Augusta County, Virginia, November 24, 1753. Road ordered built. From Wm. Carravan's Plantation to
Wm. Bryan's on Roanoak. Wm. Bryan, Supervisor. Among the workers: Aron Hart & Miles Hart.

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
Roberta lists his birth as about 1732 in Warminster Twp., Burks County, Pennsylvania. She give his death
as about 1810 in Hardin County, Kentucky.

The following is from Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
Aaron Hart died in Hardin County, Kentucky in 1810. His will does not mention his son Elisha because he
had died about 1795.

Children of AARON HART and RACHEL HART are:
            i. EMILIA8 HART426,427,428,428,429.
           ii. THOMAS (SR) HART, b. Abt. 1754, Augusta Co, Va.430,431,432,433,434,435; d. Abt. 1832, Dry Grove Cem.,
               Matton, Coles Co., Ill.436,437,438; m. MARY HERALD; b. 439.

               Notes for THOMAS (SR) HART:
               Dennis Hart quotes his records and others that dont agree on the birth and death places for Thomas. He
      quotes the following sources.

      1. Union County, SC., Court Records.
      2. SC Militia Records
      3. Union County, SC., Land Records

      Ashley Bruce Hart gives his place of death as Fair Forest, Union County, S. C.
      Jeff Jones gives his birth as 1760, and his death as 1832.

      The following is from Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11.
      My direct line. He settled in Dry Grove, near Mattoon, Illinois.

      The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
      This file gives his birth as about 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia.

      The following is from Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3.
      She give Thomas's date of birth as 1760 in Augusta County, Virginia

iii. ELISHA HART, b. 1760440; d. Abt. 1795, Union County, South Carolina440; m. NELLIE ???? HART; b.
     440
         .

      Notes for ELISHA HART:
      The following is from Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
      Elisha Hart was listed in the Union County, South Carolina census for 1790 but not in the 1800 census.
      His wife, Nelly, was listed as head-of-household in the 1800 census.

      Notes for NELLIE ???? HART:
      The following is from Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
      Elisha Hart was listed in the Union County, South Carolina census for 1790 but not in the 1800 census.
      His wife, Nelly, was listed as head-of-household in the 1800 census.

iv.   ELIZABETH HART, b. Abt. 1765, Anson Co., NC.441,442,443,444,445; d. Bet. 1781 - 1859, Benton Co.,
      Missouri446,447,448; m. STEPHEN HOWARD, 1776, Union Co., SC.449,450; b. 451,452,453,454.

      Notes for ELIZABETH HART:
      Dennis Hart quotes his sources for Elizabeth as:

      1. Baptist Marriage Records of early Carolinas
      2. Hisstory of Southern Families, Vol XIII, by Boddie
      3. Compendium, VII: 469, by Virkus

v.    COLONEL AARON (JR) HART, b. Abt. 1766, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 455,456,457,458,459,460; d. 23 Jan
      1849, White Mills, Hardin Co., Ky.461,462,463,464; m. (1) MARY KING, Abt. 1785, Fairforest, Union Co.,
      Ky.465,466,467; b. 468,469,470,471; m. (2) MARY CARSON, 29 Nov 1822, Hardin Co., Ky.472; b. 472.

      Notes for COLONEL AARON (JR) HART:
      Listed as a twin to Moses, by Dennis Hart. Said to have been in the war of 1812, and built White Mill.

      Ashley Bruce Hart gives his place of birth as Anson County, North Carolina.
      According to Ashley Bruce Hart: In the War of 1812, Aaron was a Colonel in command of a Regiment
      at the Battle of New Orleans. It would appear that his twin brother (Moses) was a Lieutenant in his
      Regiment.

      The following is from Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11.
      Colonel and died in Kentucky.

      More About COLONEL AARON (JR) HART:
      Burial: Twin to Moses473

vi.   MOSES HART, b. Abt. 1766, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 474,475,476,477,478,479; d. Dec 1831, Putnam Co.,
      Ind.480,481,482,483,484; m. NANCY ???? HART; b. 1770485,486,487,488,489.
        Notes for MOSES HART:
        Believed by Dennis Hart to be twin to Aaron Hart, Jr. He served in the war of 1812, and served at the
        battle of New Orleans. Dennis Hart lists his sources for his information as:

        1. Moses will in Putnam County, Ind., Dec. 1823
        2. 1810 & 1820 Hardin County, Ky census and tax records
        3. 5 Oct 1820, entered land in Virgo, Parke Co., Ind.

        Ashley Bruce Hart lists his date of death as December 1823.

        According to Ashley Bruce Hart: In the War of 1812, Aaron was a Colonel in command of a Regiment
        at the Battle of New Orleans. It would appear that his twin brother (Moses) was a Liutenant in his
        Regiment.

        The following information came from Will Book B, Hardin County, Kentucky, Page 26, Hardin Co.,
        wills 1793-1866, Jones, ATHS,1996)

        CARTER, Samuel-appraisal, 15 January 1810.
        APPRAISERS: Jacob VANMATRE, John BUCKLES, Moses HART, James F. CARTER.
        List of Sale: Amount. $644.14
        PURCHASERS: Samuel CARTER, Susannah CARTER, Jacob CARTER, James F. CARTER, Moses
        HILL, Samuel PICKERELL, Robert WATSON, John BUCKLES, John STRUCK, Robert HUSTON,
        Stout GRAY, Thomas HART, Alexander WILLIAMSON, Edward PINDLE, Samuel MARTAIN, Peter
        FULKERSON, Fulker FULKERSON, David DEWS, George KNOX, Samuel BROWN, Moses HART,
        Jasper TERRY & Jacob VANMETRE.
        RECORDED:12 Feb 1810.

        Jeff Jones lists Moses and Miles as the twins. I have the twins as Aaron Jr. and Moses.

        The following is from Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11.
        Captain and Commander in New Orleans. Died in Indiana.

        The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
        Moses is believed to be the twin to Aaron Hart, Jr. He served in the War of 1812, and served as a
        Lieutenant in his brother's Regiment at the Battle of New Orleans. His brother, Aaron, was a Colonel
        in command of his regiment.
        In the 1810 and 1820 census, he and his family were in Hardin County, Kentucky. On October 5, 1820,
        he entered land in Virgo, Parke County, Indiana.

        More About MOSES HART:
        Burial: Twin to Aaron490

vii.    MILES HART, b. Abt. 1768, Fairforest, Union Co., SC.491,492,493,494,495; d. Hardin Co., Ky.496,497.

        Notes for MILES HART:
        According to Dennis Hart, he served in the war of 1812. He lists his source as the Hardin Co., Ky.,
        Court Records.
        Jeff Jones lists him as the twin to Moses. I have it that the twins are Aaron, Jr. & Moses.

        The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
        She gives his birth as about 1766.

        The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
        Faye gives his birth as about 1767 in Fairforest, Union County, South Carolina.

viii.   JOSEPH HART, b. 1768, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 498,499,499,500,501,502,502; d. 1809, Hardin Co.,
        Kentucky.503,504,505; m. REBECCA HART, 11 Aug 1803, Hardin Co., Ky.506,507,507; b. 1790, Fairforest,
        Union Co., SC.508,509,509,510,511,511; d. 11 May 1877, White Mills, Hardin County, Kentucky512.

        Notes for JOSEPH HART:
        Dennis Hart lists his sources as:
        1. Fairforest, Union County, Sc.
        2. Census Records, Hardin Counnty, Ky.
        3. Marriage Records

        The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
        She lists his death as Big Clifty, Grayson County, Kentucky, on May 18, 1851.

 ix.    JOSIAH HART, b. Abt. 1770, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 513,514,515,516,517,518; d. Abt. 1850, Hardin Co.,
        Ky.519,520,521; m. ANNA ???? HART, Abt. 1790, Union Co., SC.522,523; b. 524,525; d. Bef. 29 Nov 1829,
        Hardin County, Kentucky.526.

        Notes for JOSIAH HART:
        Dennis Hart lists his source as:

        1. Fairforest, Union County, SC., Census Records

        Jeff Jones gives his wife's name as Anne ?. Could he have been married 2 times?

        Notes for ANNA ???? HART:
        Dennis Hart & Jeff Jones both say her name was Anna. Could he have been married 2 times? Ashley
        Bruce Hart seems to be the only one to believe it was Rachel.

        The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
        She also gives her name as Anne.

        The following is from Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3.
        She also gives her name as Anna. I suspect that is probably correct.

  x.    OLIVER HART, b. Abt. 1772, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 527,528,529,530,531,532; d. 18 May 1851, Big Clifty,
        Grayson Co., Ky.533,534,535,536,537; m. JANE POLK, Abt. 1791, Fairforest, Union County, South
        Carolina538,539,540; b. Abt. 1775, Union Co., SC.541,542,543,544,545; d. 04 Jan 1845, Big Clifty, Grayson Co.,
        Ky.546,547,548.

        Notes for OLIVER HART:
        Dennis Hart says that Oliver was a Farmer and Stone Mason. His religion was Baptist.

        More About OLIVER HART:
        Burial: Antioch Church Cem, Grayson Co, Ky.549

        More About JANE POLK:
        Burial: Buried in Antioch Cemetery, Grayson Co, Kentucky550

 xi.    JANE HART, b. 1773, Fairforest, Union Co., SC.551,552,553,554,555; d. 24 Jan 1855, Monroe Co., Ky. Old
        Mulkey Cem.556,557,558,559; m. WILLIAM HOWARD, 1794, Fairforest, Union Co., SC.560,561,562,563; b.
        564,565,566,567
                       .

        Notes for JANE HART:
        Jane was a Baptist and moved to Monroe Co., in 1802. This is according to Dennis Hart.

xii.    IREDELL HART, b. Abt. 1780, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 568,569,570,571,572.

        Notes for IREDELL HART:
        According to Dennis Hart, he lived in Grayson Co., KY., Union Counnty, SC., & again in Grayson
        County, Ky. He lists as his sources:
        1. Census Records of Hardin Co., KY.
        2. Kentucky Marriage Records.

xiii.   REBECCA HART, b. 1790, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 573,574,574,575,576,576; d. 11 May 1877, White Mills,
        Hardin County, Kentucky577; m. (1) ABRAHAM LINDER; b. 578,579,580; m. (2) JOSEPH HART, 11 Aug
        1803, Hardin Co., Ky.581,582,582; b. 1768, Fairforest, Union Co., SC.583,584,584,585,586,587,587; d. 1809, Hardin
        Co., Kentucky.588,589,590.
                Notes for JOSEPH HART:
                Dennis Hart lists his sources as:

                1. Fairforest, Union County, Sc.
                2. Census Records, Hardin Counnty, Ky.
                3. Marriage Records

                The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
                She lists his death as Big Clifty, Grayson County, Kentucky, on May 18, 1851.

        xiv.    BELINDA A. HART, b. 20 Jul 1805, Fairforest, Union Co., SC. 591,592,593,594; d. 11 May 1877, St.
                Ingnatius Cem., White Mills, Hardin Co., Ky.595,596,597; m. JOHN BUCKLES, 28 Aug 1822, Hardin Co.,
                Ky.598,599; b. 600,601,602.


9. HETH7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born
1740 in Pennsylvania603,604,605,606,607, and died 1832 in Highland, Ohio. Buried on Joel Hart's
farm.608,609,610,611. He married ELIZABETH ???? HART 1775612. She was born Abt. 1755 in Union Twp.,
Highland County, Ohio613,614,615,616,617,618, and died Bet. 1790 - 1800 in Union, Highland, Ohio. Buried on
Joel Hart's farm.619,620.

Notes for HETH HART:
According to Dennis Hart's records, Heth died on his son Joel's farm in 1832. He was buried there. There
is also mention of the 1772 Militia, where he was supposed to have served.

The identified sources for this information are:
1.Chatham County, NC 1764-1803
2. Census, Chatham County, NC.
3. Chatham County land records.
4. Heth's will, Highland Co., Ohio

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
She gives the birth for Heth as About 1745 and his death as about 1832. He died in Union Township,
Highland County, Ohio.

The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9.
He gives the birth for Heth as 1735. He agrees that he died about 1832.

The following is from the writer, Roger Hart.
I now tend to believe that the two girls (Girl 1 & girl 2) do not belong to the family. Perhaps they came
from another Heth Hart family.

Notes for ELIZABETH ???? HART:
According to the records of Dennis Hart, she died and was buried on her son Joel Hart's farm in Ohio.

Children of HETH HART and ELIZABETH HART are:
           i.   THOMAS8 HART, b. 1774, Chatham County, North Carolina621,622,623,624,625,626,627; d. Bet. 1840 - 1850,
                Henderson or Decatur County, Tennessee.628; m. MARY ???? HART; b. Abt. 1780, North
                Carolina629,630,631.

                Notes for THOMAS HART:
                Dennis Hart cites as his source for this information the following:
                1. 1807 Highland County, Ohio Tax list.
                2. 1817-1819 Brown County, Ohio tax list

                The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9.
                This family may have moved from Highland County, Ohio to Henderson County, Tennessee.

          ii. ANDREW MILES HART, b. 26 Nov 1776, Chatham Co., North Carolina632,633,634,635,636,637,638,639; d. Abt.
      1847, Highland Co., Ohio640,641,642,643,644,645; m. ABIGAIL SMITH, Abt. 1798, North
      Carolina646,647,648,649; b. 18 Mar 1777, Chatham Co., North Carolina650,651,652,653,654,655,656,657,658; d. 30 Sep
      1853, Union, Highland County, Ohio658.

      Notes for ANDREW MILES HART:
      The following information is from an e-mail from Becky Hart, b2bhart@aol.com. It is filed at: 2001-
      2-31.
      From a page found in his grandmothers papers, Andrew was said to be born November 26, 1776. His
      wife Abigail Smith's was March 18, 1777.

      Dennis Hart says that Andrew Miles was born in 1778 in Chatham Co., NC., and that he died before
      1847 in Highland Co., Ohio.

      The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9.
      John also gives his birth as 1776, and his death as 1847.

      The following is from a detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at:
      2007-2-1.
      John repeats that a page in his grandmothers papers, Andrew was said to be born November 26, 1776
      and his wife Abigail was born March 18, 1777.

      Notes for ABIGAIL SMITH:
      Betty Soper of Hart Lines Newsletter, says in the July 1995 edition, that her sources for Andrew Miles
      Hart's information was the following:
      1. Highland County Ohio History
      2. Highland County Ohio Probate Records
      3. Lawsuit by Abigail against some of her children for her dower rights. She hired the Governor of
      Ohio for her attorney. The settlement gave her the two story brick mansion, but divided the property so
      that the kitchen building went to the children.

      The following information comes from a Family Tree furnished by Rebecca Hart, filed at: 2001-3-6.
      This family tree lists Abigail as follows. "Abigal Hart, daughter of Adslon McDanile". I don't know if
      this Adslon's last name is Smith or McCanile. Perhaps she was married before she married Andrew
      Miles Hart and her first husband was named Smith.

      The following is from a detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at:
      2007-2-1.
      John gives her birth as April 17, 1781 in Chatham, North Carolina. Her death as Sept 30, 1853 in
      Union, Highland County, Ohio. John does repeat that a page in Andrew's grandmother's papers gives
      Abigail's birth as March 18, 1777.

      More About ABIGAIL SMITH:
      Burial: Clark Cemetery, Union Township, Highland County, Ohio.

iii. JOHN HART, b. 09 Dec 1781, Chatham County, N. C. 659,660,661,662,663,664; d. 19 Nov 1863, Middleton,
     Henry County, Indiana665,666,667,668,669,670; m. MARGARET MARSH, 16 Jan 1812, Highland County,
     Ohio671,672,673; b. 15 Dec 1789, Pennsylvania674,675,676,677,678; d. 02 Apr 1869, Fall Creek, Henry County,
     Indiana679,680.

      Notes for JOHN HART:
      Dennis Hart says that he was born in Chatham Co., NC. He says that he died in Middleton, Henry Co.,
      Indiana, and was buried in Riley Cem. Ashley Bruce Hart agrees with that.

      The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3.
      John Blair gives John Hart's birth as September 9, 1781 in Chatham County, North Carolina.

iv.   JOEL HART, b. 1782, Chatham County, N.C.681,682,683,683,684,685; d. 28 May 1866, Henry County,
      Ohio686,687,688,689,690; m. (1) ELIZABETH WHITE, 05 Jul 1810, Highland County, Ohio 691,692,693; b.
      694,695,696
                  ; m. (2) REBECCA THOMPSON, 18 Sep 1817, Highland County, Ohio697,698,699; b. 01 Sep
      1793, Chatham County, N.C.700,701,702,703,704,705; d. 12 Jan 1852, Highland County, Ohio 706.

      Notes for JOEL HART:
        Dennis Hart gives his birth date and place as 1782 in Chatham Co., NC. He also says that he died on 28
        May 1866 in Highland Co., Ohio. He lists his occupation as farmer, hunter. He lived in Missouri for
        some of his life.

        The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
         Carole gives his birth as 1781 in Chatham County, North Carolina. Unless he is a twin with John this
        date is probably in error. She gives his death as May 28, 1866 in Highland County, Ohio.

        The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4.
        John gives his death as 28 May 1866 in Highland County, Ohio.

        More About JOEL HART:
        Burial: Dunn's Chapel Cemetery, Highland County, Ohio

        Marriage Notes for JOEL HART and ELIZABETH WHITE:
        The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4.
        John gives his marriage to Mary White as July 15, 1810 in Highland County, Ohio.

        Notes for REBECCA THOMPSON:
        The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
        Faye gives her birth as September 1, 1793 in Chatham County, North Carolina. The others had given it
        as 1786. Faye also gives hermarriage as Sept 18, 1817 in Highland County, Ohio, where others had
        given it as before 1810 in Chatham County, North Carolina. I am going with the two dates given by
        Faye.

        More About REBECCA THOMPSON:
        Burial: Dunn's Chapel Cemetery, Highland County, Ohio

  v.    GIRL 1 (HETH) HART, b. 1787, Pennsylvania707; d. Died Young, Pennsylvania707.
 vi.    NANCY HART, b. 08 Nov 1787, Chatham County, N. C. 707,708,709,710,711,712; d. Bef. 1850, Pennsylvania
        or Delaware County, Indiana713,714; m. JAMES FENWICK; b. 1777, Sussex, Delaware715,716,717; d. 1850,
        Delaware County, Indiana718,719.

        Notes for NANCY HART:
        Dennis Hart says that she was born in Chatham Co., NC.

        The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
         Carole gives her birth as November 8, 1787 in Chatham County, North Carolina. Her death as before
        1850 in Delaware, Indiana.

        The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3.
        John says that she died before 1850 in Delaware County, Indiana.

        More About NANCY HART:
        Burial: Sanders Cemetery, Salem, Deleware County, Indiana

 vii.   GIRL 2 (HETH) HART, b. 1790, Pennsylvania720; d. Died Young, Pennsylvania720.
viii.   ANN B. HART, b. 1793, Chatham Co., NC.721,722,723,724,725,726; m. THOMAS LUCAS; b.
        1794727,728,729,730.
 ix.    ELIZABETH HART, b. 1795, Chatham Co., NC.731,732,733,734,735,736; m. BARRY HURTZ; b.
        737,738,739,740,741
                            .
  x.    ABSALOM HART, b. 20 Aug 1797, Chatham County, N. C.742,743,744,745,746,747; d. 1853, Des Moines
        River, Iowa.748,749,750,751,752; m. (2) DEBORAH HODSON, 20 Dec 1820, Union, Highland County,
        Ohio753; b. 29 Jun 1801, Guilford County, NC.753,754,755; d. 1837755; m. (3) SUSANNAH HARRIS
        PITZER, 17 Feb 1840, Jefferson County, Iowa756; b. 12 Oct 1793, Va.756; d. 19 Sep 1865, Little Souix,
        Harrison, Ia.756.

        Notes for ABSALOM HART:
        Dennis Hart says that he was born 20 August 1797 in Chatham Co., NC.
        Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com, said that he died in 1853. A will will settle that. Ashley Bruce Hart
        gives his death as between 1793-1813. The dates of the children support the other date.
                The following is from Carole Dick. RMD1@telusplanet.net. Filed at: 2005-8-3.
                Carole gives his birth as 1795 in Chatham County, North Carolina, which is doubtful. He would
                probably have to be a twin with Elizabeth in that case. His death is given as 1853 in Des Moines River,
                Iowa.

                Notes for SUSANNAH HARRIS PITZER:
                The following is from John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9.
                John gives her birth as 1801. He gives her name as Pitzer (from her former husband) when she married
                Absalom Hart.

          xi.   CATHERINE HART, b. 1799, Chatham Co., NC.757,758,759,760,761,762; m. JOHN FOX; b. 1795763,764.


10. SAMUEL7 HART (THOMAS (THE ELDER)6, JOHN5, CHRISTOPHER4, JOHN3, JOHN2, CHRISTOPHER1) was
born Abt. 1746 in Augusta Co, Va.765,766,766,767,768,769,770,771, and died 04 Jun 1787 in Columbia Co.,
Ga.772,773,773,774,775,776,777. He married ESTHER LOWE 1771 in Richmond Co., Ga.778,779,780,781,782,783, daughter
of ISAAC LOWE and ANN MOONEY. She was born 17 Mar 1754 in Wrightsboro,
Ga.784,785,786,787,788,789,790,791, and died 05 Jan 1843 in Cass County, Michigan792,793,794.

Notes for SAMUEL HART:
Samuel was born in either Augusta County, Va., or in North Carolina.

Dennis Hart lists the "Hart Forum, vol 1, nno. 2, page 9", as the source for this info.
The following comes from the Hart Committe genealogy.
www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
His family tree says that Samuel was the son of Thomas and Esther (Miles) Hart.

Ashley Bruce Hart gives his death as May 4 1787 in Richmond County, Georgia.

The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also see
2007-2-5.
    This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe.
It is a very interesting discussion.
    There is agreement on the Samuel Hart family. He was not a Quaker, but was one of the early settlers
joining them at Wrightsborough, Georgia. He, James (his father), and brothers Thomas and Peter Hart
were given Wrightsborough land grants in 1769 and 1770. They came from the Eno River area of Orange
County, North Carolina, along with Quaker leader Joseph Maddock. Other early settlers include John
Stubbs, Isaac Lowe, and Joel Cloud. Only samuel remained in Georgia and his father and brothers returned
to North Carolina.
    Samuel Hart married Esther Lowe about 1771 and they had children Isaac, James, William, Rebecca,
Thomas, Grace, and Finney. James and Grace died in 1786 and father Samuel died in 1787. In 1788 the
Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting received Esther into membership with her small children Isaac, William,
Rebecca, Thomas, and Finney.
    Samuel Hart left no will but there are probate and estate inventory documents. These do not name
children,but other names are of interest. Esther Hart and her neighbor Joel Cloud were administrators. John
Stubbs, Noble Butler, Abraham Johnston, and Francis Jones "appraised the goods and chattels of Samuel
Hart deceased".
    In December 1789, widow Esther Lowe Hart married Amos Green. On April 16, 1792, Ann Lowe and
Esther Hart Green attended the Woman's Quarterly Meeting, Bush River, South Carolina, as
Wrightsborough representatives.
    In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
Quaker families, moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio.
Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Green and her children, Isaac, Thomas, and Phineas
Hart, and Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
    The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass migrations to Ohio in 1805 and
1806, brought on in large part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery Quakers. The
Wrightsborough Monthly meeting faded out and became part of the Bush River Monthly meeting.
Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly meeting
(Ohio?) for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall and his wife Martha and daughter Ann,
Isaac Thompson, Phineas Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther Green and children Jesse, Hannah, and Amos. On
May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly meeting (Ohio?) received by request Isaac Hart, wife Sarah, and children
Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were received on
certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting. It is believed that the Hart's and Green's
came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806 and did not request certificates until later. Elijah Mendenhall who left
Georgia with the Hart's was given a certificate in 1809 and settled in Gratis Township.
   The 1820 census for Gratis Township includes Thomas Hart, Jesse Green, Amos Green, and Joseph
Stubbs. Sarah Hart is listed in adjoining Wayne Township, Butler County. Finney Hart is living ten miles
northwest in Dixon Township. His sister Rebecca married Eli Dixon for whom the township was named,
and moved from Dixon Township to Smith Township, Greene County, Indiana, in 1818.
   The 1830 census shows Sarah Hart, Thomas Hart, and Jesse and Amos Green in Gratis Township.
Phineas Hart was in Dixon Township. The census lists with Jesse Green a female, 70-80 years old. This is
his mother, Esther, who was 76 years old.
   I have been unable to find any direct evidence that links the Isaac Hart who died in 1844 in Warren
County, Georgia, to Samuel Hart. There is a preponderance of evidence that says Isaac Hart, the son of
Samuel and Esther, moved to Ohio about the same time as his mother, two brothers, sister, and Quaker
neighbors, and died there about 1815.
        In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock, along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
Quaker families moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio.
Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Hart Green, and her children Isaac, Thomas, Finney
(Phineas), Jesse, Hannah, and Amos. The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass
migration to Ohio in 1805 and 1806, brought about in part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery
Quakers. The Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting fades out of existence and became part of the Bush River
Monthly Meeting. Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami
Monthly Meeting for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall, and his wife Martha and
daughter Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas (Finney) Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther (Hart) Green, and children
Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
     On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly Meeting received by request, Isaah Hart, wife Sarah, and children
Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were received on
certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly Meeting. It is believed that the Harts and Greens
came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806, and did not request certificates until later. Elijah Mendenhall who was
given a certificate in 1809 with the Harts and Greens, settled in Gratis Township on the southeast quarter of
section thirty-four in 1806.
       Butler county, Ohio records indicate that Isaac Hart died about 18156. Sarah Hart and Thomas Hart
were recipients of the application for administration of Isaac Hart's estate. Butler County is immediately
south of Preble County and borders on Gratis Township.

   The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial Pennsylvania
and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
Samuel Hart received grants of 100 acres in the Wrightsborough, Georgia Quaker settlement on 6
November 1770 & on 7 September 1772. It is possible that he, his wife Esther, and their children moved to
Georgia. Samuel, who is difficult to track because of the presence in Orange County of two Samuel Hart's,
was deceased by 1788. The minutes of the Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting of that year state: "Esther
Hart requests membership approved the the women, also her small children, namely Isaac, William,
Rebecca, Thomas, and Finney Hart".
On 5 December 1789 an entry in the minutes indicate that "Esther Hart and Amos Green wish to marry,
Samuel Jones and John Stubbs, Jr., to attend them". On the same date, "Meeting appoints Francis Jones,
David Mole, and Joel Cloud as commissioners to settle matters between Heirs of Samuel Hart, Deceased
and Amos Green and report their case therein to next meeting.

Notes for ESTHER LOWE:
According to Pete Turner, Esther Lowe died in Cass Co., Michigan.

Ashley Bruce Hart gives her death as 1849 in Pebble County, Ohio.
The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22. Also see
2007-2-5.
    This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe.
It is a very interesting discussion.
After the death of Samuel Hart in 1787, Eshter remarried to Amos Green in December 1789.
    In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock, along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
Quaker families moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County, Ohio.
Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Hart Green, and her children Isaac, Thomas, Finney
(Phineas), Jesse, Hannah, and Amos. The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass
migration to Ohio in 1805 and 1806, brought about in part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery
Quakers. The Wrightsborough Monthly Meeting fades out of existence and became part of the Bush River
Monthly Meeting. Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami
Monthly Meeting for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall, and his wife Martha and
daughter Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas (Finney) Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther (Hart) Green, and children
Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
      On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly Meeting received by request, Isaah Hart, wife Sarah, and children
Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were received on
certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly Meeting. It is believed that the Harts and Greens
came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806, and did not request certificates until later. Elijah Mendenhall who was
given a certificate in 1809 with the Harts and Greens, settled in Gratis Township on the southeast quarter of
section thirty-four in 1806.
       Butler county, Ohio records indicate that Isaac Hart died about 18156. Sarah Hart and Thomas Hart
were recipients of the application for administration of Isaac Hart's estate. Butler County is immediately
south of Preble County and borders on Gratis Township.
    Esther Lowe Hart Green moved from Gratis Township in 1834 with her son Jesse and family, to Wayne
Township, Cass County, Michigan. Esther died in 1843 and is buried at Young's Prairie Cemetery in Cass
County, Michigan.


The following are exerpts from the book "Thomas Thompson and Ann Finney of Colonial Pennsylvania
and North Carolina" Filed: 2001-2-18.
   On 5 December 1789 an entry in the minutes indicate that "Esther Hart and Amos Green wish to marry,
Samuel Jones and John Stubbs, Jr., to attend them". On the same date, "Meeting appoints Francis Jones,
David Mole, and Joel Cloud as commissioners to settle matters between Heirs of Samuel Hart, Deceased
and Amos Green and report their case therein to next meeting.

More About ESTHER LOWE:
Burial: Young's Prairie Cemetery, Cass County, Michigan795

Marriage Notes for SAMUEL HART and ESTHER LOWE:
Ashley Bruce Hart gives their marriage date as May 4, 1787. That does not compute with the birth of their
children, so I think the 1771 date is accurate.

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
Roberta gives the marriage date as May 4, 1787, the same as Ashley Bruce Hart. There is definately
something wrong because all the children were born before that time. A possible explanation would be if
Samuel was married before and these children were born to the earlier wife.

Children of SAMUEL HART and ESTHER LOWE are:
          i.   ISAAC N.8 HART, b. 20 Feb 1773, St. Pauls Parish, Ga.796,797,798,799,800,801,802,803; d. 01 Jul 1844,
               Warrenton, Warren Co., Ga.804,805,806,807,808,809,810,811,812; m. SARAH BUFFINGTON, 10 May 1796,
               Warrenton, Warren Co., Ga.813,814,815,816,817,818,819,820; b. 04 Aug 1772, North
               Carolina821,822,823,824,825,826,827; d. Bef. 27 Jan 1838828,829.

               Notes for ISAAC N. HART:
               The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5.
This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe.
It is a very interesting discussion.
    In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
Quaker families, moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County,
Ohio. Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Green and her children, Isaac, Thomas, and
Phineas Hart, and Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
    The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass migrations to Ohio in 1805 and
1806, brought on in large part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery Quakers. The
Wrightsborough Monthly meeting faded out and became part of the Bush River Monthly meeting.
Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly meeting
(Ohio?) for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall and his wife Martha and daughter
Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther Green and children Jesse, Hannah, and
Amos. On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly meeting (Ohio?) received by request Isaac Hart, wife
Sarah, and children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and
Phineas were received on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting. It is believed
that the Hart's and Green's came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806 and did not request certificates until later.
Elijah Mendenhall who left Georgia with the Hart's was given a certificate in 1809 and settled in Gratis
Township.
    In Warren County a licens wes issued on May 10, 1796, and returned on July 5th for the marriage of
Isaac Hart and Sarah Buffington.
    On May 6, 1809, the Miami (Ohio?) Monthly meeting received by request Isaac Hart, wife Sarah,
and children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret.

The following is from Dianne Sabido. res0qi6c@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-5-7.
She said that her information came from her 4th great-grandmothers bible. It listed her mother's father
as Solomon Hart, also the father of Enoch George Hart, and that Solomon's father was Isaac Hart, son
of Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe, while Solomon's mother was Sarah Buffington, daughter of Peter
Buffington and Hannah Waite.

According to Tom Hart of Cisco, Texas; Isaac Hart's will was written Jan 27, 1838, probated in Warren
Co, Ga, in 1844. Executors were Aaron Adkins, son in law; and Isaac Hart, Jr, son. Witnesses: John
Adkins, & Elisha Burson. Wife Sarah was not listed because she had died before the will was written.
Children listed: Sarah Adkins, Phoebe Peebles, Mary Hobbs, Milbry Hobbs, Elizabeth Tarry (Terry),
Samuel Hart, Barnabus Hart, Isaac Hart, William Hart, Vincent Hart, & Solomon Hart.

Tom Hart says that these Harts seem to have come into Georgia in the 1770s, probably with the
Quakers who settled in Wrightsboro. They may or may not have been Quakers at that time. The
Quaker settlement also contained some of the other beliefs, some say a majority. At least half of the
Harts in the will had moved, or soon moved to S. W. Georgia, several settling in the Marion, Schley,
and Sumpter Co, area. Part of Marion County later became part of Schley County.

Ashley Bruce Hart gives his birth as in North Carolina.

The following is from research of Bobbie Newham in the Alabama Archives. Filed at: 2002-1-8.
From the book; "Information on some Georgia Pioneers, Family heads, 1805, Georgia".
Isaac Hart, Warren County, died 1844, married Sarah Buffington, 1796.

The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
Roberta also gives his death as August 4, 1814 in Butler County, Ohio. This is a great difference from
the above book about Georgia Pioneers which gives the date as 1844.

Notes for SARAH BUFFINGTON:
The following is from Dianne Sabido. res0qi6c@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-5-7.
She said that her information came from her 4th great-grandmothers bible. It listed her mother's father
as Solomon Hart, also the father of Enoch George Hart, and that Solomon's father was Isaac Hart, son
of Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe, while Solomon's mother was Sarah Buffington, daughter of Peter
Buffington and Hannah Waite.

Marriage Notes for ISAAC HART and SARAH BUFFINGTON:
Becky Sisinni gives their wedding date as 23 March 1795, but still in Warren Co, Ga. Ashley Bruce
Hart gives it as May 10, 1795 in warren County, Georgia.
 ii. JAMES HART, b. 07 Feb 1775830,831,832,833,834; d. 26 Feb 1786, Died at age 11835,836,837,838,839,840.

       Notes for JAMES HART:
       Dixon Smith said he died September 26, 1786.

iii. WILLIAM HART, b. 21 Oct 1777841,842,843,843,844,845,846,847; d. 20 Aug 1818, Augusta,
     Georgia848,849,849,850,851,852,853; m. ELIZABETH (TWIGGS) LOWE, 16 Aug 1804, Richmond Co.,
     Ga.854,855,856,857,858; b. 30 Mar 1771859,860,861,862,863,864,865; d. 12 Jul 1832, Indian Spring, Georgia866,867,868.

       Notes for WILLIAM HART:
       The following is from Roberta Linder, nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6.
       Roberta gives his place of death as Augusta County, Virginia. I think that is clearly wrong and should
       be Augusta County, Georgia.

iv.    REBECCA HART, b. 02 Dec 1779869,870,871,872,873,874; d. 01 Oct 1852875; m. ELI DIXON, 1799, Near
       Augusta, Georgia876,877,878; b. 14 Aug 1769879,880,881; d. 09 Mar 1836, Green County, Indiana882.
 v.    THOMAS HART, b. 09 May 1782883,884,885,886,887,888; d. 05 Dec 1841, Preble County,
       Ohio889,890,891,892,893,894; m. MARY GREGG, 15 Jan 1809895,896,897,898,899,900; b. 11 Mar 1787,
       Delaware901,902,903,904,905,906; d. 25 Aug 1838, Preble County, Ohio907,908,909.

       Notes for THOMAS HART:
       The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net.
       This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe.
       It is a very interesting discussion.
           In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
       Quaker families, moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County,
       Ohio. Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Green and her children, Isaac, Thomas, and
       Phineas Hart, and Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
           The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass migrations to Ohio in 1805 and
       1806, brought on in large part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery Quakers. The
       Wrightsborough Monthly meeting faded out and became part of the Bush River Monthly meeting.
       Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly meeting
       (Ohio?) for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall and his wife Martha and daughter
       Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther Green and children Jesse, Hannah, and
       Amos. On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly meeting (Ohio?) received by request Isaac Hart, wife
       Sarah, and children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and
       Phineas were received on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting. It is believed
       that the Hart's and Green's came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806 and did not request certificates until later.
       Elijah Mendenhall who left Georgia with the Hart's was given a certificate in 1809 and settled in Gratis
       Township.
           On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were received in the Miami (Ohio?) Monthly meeting
       on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting.

       Thomas and Mary had at least 9 children.

       Notes for MARY GREGG:
       The following is from Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20.
       Dixon lists her death as August 25, 1848 in Preble County, Ohio.

vi.    GRACE HART, b. 14 Jul 1784910,911,912,913,914,915; d. 15 Oct 1786, Died about age 2916,917,918,919,920,921.

       Notes for GRACE HART:
       Dixon B. Smith, dixonsmith@compuserve.com, gives her date of death as Oct 15, 1886. This would
       make her 102 years at death. I think the 1786 date is probably correct.

vii.   PHINEAS HART, b. 01 Dec 1786, Wilkes County, Ga. 922,923,924,925,926,927; d. 18 Jan 1859, Elmore,
       Peoria County, Illinois928,929,930,931; m. JANE QUINN, 06 Jan 1814, Preble County, Ohio 932,933; b. 08 Apr
       1788, Georgetown, Maryland or Virginia934,935,936,937; d. 20 Nov 1862, Elmore, Peoria County,
       Illinois938,939,940.

       Notes for PHINEAS HART:
       The following is from a letter by Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net.
             This letter is a discussion of two Isaac Hart's and which one belongs to Samuel Hart and Esther Lowe.
             It is a very interesting discussion.
                 In the spring of 1805, Samuel Maddock along with other Maddock, Stubbs, Mendenhall, and other
             Quaker families, moved from the Wrightsborough, Georgia area to Gratis Township, Preble County,
             Ohio. Moving with them or shortly thereafter were Esther Green and her children, Isaac, Thomas, and
             Phineas Hart, and Jesse, Hannah, and Amos.
                 The Quaker community of Wrightsborough disappeared due to mass migrations to Ohio in 1805 and
             1806, brought on in large part by the pressures of slavery upon the anti-slavery Quakers. The
             Wrightsborough Monthly meeting faded out and became part of the Bush River Monthly meeting.
             Certificates from the Bush River meeting were signed on July 29, 1809 to the Miami Monthly meeting
             (Ohio?) for Richard Thompson, Thomas Hart, Elijah Mendenhall and his wife Martha and daughter
             Ann, Isaac Thompson, Phineas Hart, Mary Stubbs, Esther Green and children Jesse, Hannah, and
             Amos. On May 6, 1809, the Miami Monthly meeting (Ohio?) received by request Isaac Hart, wife
             Sarah, and children Esther, Rebecca, Elizabeth, and Margaret. On December 27, 1809, Thomas and
             Phineas were received on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting. It is believed
             that the Hart's and Green's came to Ohio in 1805 or 1806 and did not request certificates until later.
             Elijah Mendenhall who left Georgia with the Hart's was given a certificate in 1809 and settled in Gratis
             Township.
                 On December 27, 1809, Thomas and Phineas were received in the Miami (Ohio?) Monthly meeting
             on certificate from New Garden, North Carolina Monthly meeting.
                Phineas and Jane had at least 8 children.
             The following comes from the Hart Committe genealogy.
             www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
             This family tree gives his date of death as January 18, 1856 in Peoria County, Illinois.

             More About PHINEAS HART:
             Burial: Elmore, Peoria County, Illinois Cemetery941

             Notes for JANE QUINN:
             The following comes from the Hart Committe genealogy.
             www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
             This family tree gives her place of death as Abington, Knots County, Illinois.

             More About JANE QUINN:
             Burial: Elmore, Peoria County, Illinois Cemetery941



                                                    Endnotes

1. Joseph T. FlemingAncestral File, NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
2. Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
3. Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
4. Dennis Hart 2000-10-4.
5. Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
6. Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
7. Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
8. Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
9. Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
10. Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
11. Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
12. Rodney Voelker. voelker@cox.net. Filed at: 2006-12-11..
13. Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
14. Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
15. Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
16. Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
17. Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
18. Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
19. Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
20. Joseph T. Flemingancestral File, NEHGS
21. Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
22. Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
23.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
24.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
25.   Ancestral File, NEHGS.
26.   Records of Dennis Hart.
27.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
28.   Mary Combs wife of Thomas Hart. 2001-1-22.
29.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
30.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
31.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
32.   LDS Website.
33.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
34.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
35.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
36.   Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
37.   Broderbund family archive #354, edition 1, passenger and immigration list indes.
38.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
39.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
40.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's Home page)
41.   IGI ancestral records.
42.   Miles Family History Diana Powell 2001-1-21.
43.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
44.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
45.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
46.   Joseph T. Fleming
47.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
48.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
49.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
50.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
51.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
52.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
53.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
54.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
55.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
56.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
57.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
58.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
59.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
60.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
61.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
62.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
63.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
64.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
65.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
66.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
67.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
68.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
69.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
70.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
71.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
72.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
73.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
74.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
75.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
76.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
77.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
78.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
79.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
80.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
81.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
82.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
83.   Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
84.   Rodney Voelker. voelker@cox.net. Filed at: 2006-12-11..
85. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
86. Verna Lee Tester      2000-11-16.
87. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
88. Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
89. John Hart Miller letter 2001-2-17.
90. Verna Lee Tester      2000-11-16.
91. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
92. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
93. Rodney Voelker. voelker@cox.net. Filed at: 2006-12-11..
94. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
95. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
96. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
97. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
98. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
99. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
100. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finney. 2001-2-18.
101. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
102. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
103. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
104. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
105. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
106. John Hart Miller..
107. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
108. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
109. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
110. John Hart Miller..
111. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
112. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
113. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
114. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
115. Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
116. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
117. Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
118. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
119. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
120. Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
121. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
122. Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
123. Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
124. Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
125. Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
126. Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
127. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
128. Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
129. Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
130. Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
131. Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
132. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
133. Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
134. Letter from Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22..
135. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
136. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
137. Clark Benson. cb@thebensons.org. Filed at: 2006-6-4..
138. Rodney Voelker. voelker@cox.net. Filed at: 2006-12-11..
139. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
140. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
141. "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
142. Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
143. Clark Benson. cb@thebensons.org. Filed at: 2006-6-4..
144. Rodney Voelker. voelker@cox.net. Filed at: 2006-12-11..
145. A Historical Sketch of New Hope Church, Orange Co, N.C., by Rev. D.I. Craig.
146. Pension application of James Hart, S9555, dated 30 Aug 1832.
147.   LDS Family Search Submissions- Through Bryan Hart.
148.   Bryan Hart, BHart67836@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-1-12.
149.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
150.   Pension application of James Hart, S9555, dated 30 Aug 1832.
151.   Bryan Hart, BHart67836@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-1-12.
152.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
153.   LDS Family Search Submissions Through Bryan Hart.
154.   A Historical sketch of New Hope Church, Orange County, N.C. by Rev. D. I. Craig.
155.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
156.   Bryan Hart, BHart67836@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-1-12.
157.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
158.   "Thomas Thompson & Ann Finny of Colonial PA & NC", by Jane Gray Buchannan 2001-2-18.
159.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
160.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
161.   David Millican 2001-3-12.
162.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
163.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
164.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
165.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
166.   Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
167.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
168.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
169.   David Millican 2001-3-12.
170.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
171.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
172.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
173.   David Millican 2001-3-12.
174.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
175.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
176.   David Millican 2001-3-12.
177.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
178.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-8.
179.   Steve Bruner. bru023@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-11-6..
180.   Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
181.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
182.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
183.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
184.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
185.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
186.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
187.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
188.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
189.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
190.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
191.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
192.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
193.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
194.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
195.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
196.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
197.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
198.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
199.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
200.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
201.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
202.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
203.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
204.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
205.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
206.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
207.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
208.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
209.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
210.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
211.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
212.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
213.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
214.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.       73008.
215.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
216.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
217.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
218.   Ed Whitson. ewhitson@otnusa.com. Filed at: 2004-9-4..
219.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
220.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
221.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
222.   Ed Whitson. ewhitson@otnusa.com. Filed at: 2004-9-4..
223.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
224.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
225.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
226.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
227.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.       73008.
228.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
229.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
230.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
231.   Ed Whitson. ewhitson@otnusa.com. Filed at: 2004-9-4..
232.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
233.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
234.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
235.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
236.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
237.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.       73008.
238.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
239.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
240.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
241.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
242.   Charlotte Coats. coats@hotmail.com. Filed at: 2005-5-17..
243.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
244.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
245.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
246.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
247.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
248.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.       73008.
249.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
250.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
251.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
252.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
253.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
254.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
255.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
256.   Andy E. Johnson. aj63orchid@socket.net. Filed at: 2005-1-11..
257.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
258.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
259.   Pension Application. marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2002-6-16..
260.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
261.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.       73008.
262.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
263.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
264.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
265.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
266.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
267.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
268.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
269.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
270.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
271.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
272.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
273.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
274.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
275.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
276.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
277.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
278.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
279.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
280.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
281.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
282.   Billie Spence. BJGS@aol.com. Filed at: 2002-12-1..
283.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
284.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
285.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
286.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
287.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
288.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
289.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
290.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
291.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
292.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
293.   Larry Hart. LarryH5272@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-8-7..
294.   Charlotte N. Merchant.
295.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
296.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
297.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
298.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
299.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
300.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
301.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
302.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
303.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
304.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
305.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
306.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
307.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
308.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
309.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
310.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
311.   Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
312.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
313.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
314.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
315.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
316.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
317.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
318.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
319.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
320.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
321.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
322.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
323.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
324.   Steve Bruner. bru023@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-11-6..
325.   Lindy Brammer. LBrammer@bak.rr.com. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
326.   Barbara Long Emery HyBy@willard-oh.com 2001-3-11.
327.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
328.   Marta Burns marta43@juno.com. Filed at: 2003-1-6.
329.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
330.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
331.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
332.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
333.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
334.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
335.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
336.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
337.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
338.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
339.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
340.   records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
341.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
342.   records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
343.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
344.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
345.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
346.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
347.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
348.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
349.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
350.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
351.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
352.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
353.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
354.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
355.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
356.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
357.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
358.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
359.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
360.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
361.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
362.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
363.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
364.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
365.   Foster, Mike. fosterm@open.org. Filed at: 2002-1-7.
366.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
367.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
368.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
369.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
370.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
371.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
372.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
373.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
374.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
375.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
376.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
377.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
378.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
379.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
380.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
381.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
382.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
383.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
384.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
385.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
386.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
387.   Records of Dennis Hart, posted by Deena Canals.
388.   Ramsey Flynn. ramjilflynn@meginc.com..
389.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
390.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
391.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
392.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
393.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
394.   Joseph Hart and his Descendants. by Charles Coffin Hart.
395.   Shannon. Kit666Har@aol.com. Filed at:2002-8-5.
396.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
397.   Arlene Chilton letter. Reuben 1998-8.
398.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
399.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
400.   Arlene Chilton letter. Reuben 1998-8.
401.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
402.   Arlene Chilton letter. Reuben 1998-8.
403.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
404.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
405.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
406.   Harriet Davenport. Turtlegramma@aol.com. Filed at: 2003-9-4..
407.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
408.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
409.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
410.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
411.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
412.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
413.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
414.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
415.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
416.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
417.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
418.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
419.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
420.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
421.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
422.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
423.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
424.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
425.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
426.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
427.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
428.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
429.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
430.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
431.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
432.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
433.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
434.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
435.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
436.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
437.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
438.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
439.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
440.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
441.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
442.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
443.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
444.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
445.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
446.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
447.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
448.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
449.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
450.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
451.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
452.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
453.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
454.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
455.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
456.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
457.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
458.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
459.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
460.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
461.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
462.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
463.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
464.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
465.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
466.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
467.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
468.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
469.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
470.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
471.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
472.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
473.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
474.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
475.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
476.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
477.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
478.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
479.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
480.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
481.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
482.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
483.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
484.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
485.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
486.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
487.   Ashley Bruce Hart.
488.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
489.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
490.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
491.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
492.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
493.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
494.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
495.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
496.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
497.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
498.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
499.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
500.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
501.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
502.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
503.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
504.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
505.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
506.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
507.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
508.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
509.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
510.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
511.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
512.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
513.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
514.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
515.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
516.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
517.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
518.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
519.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
520.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
521.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
522.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
523.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
524.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
525.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
526.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
527.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
528.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
529.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
530.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
531.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
532.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
533.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
534.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
535.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
536.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
537.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
538.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
539.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
540.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
541.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
542.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
543.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
544.   Barry Hart. hartbn@charter.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
545.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
546.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
547.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
548.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
549.   Dennis Hart.
550.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
551.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
552.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
553.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
554.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
555.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
556.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page).
557.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
558.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
559.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
560.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page).
561.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
562.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
563.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
564.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
565.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
566.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
567.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
568.   records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
569.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK.    73008.
570.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
571.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
572.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
573.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
574.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
575.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
576.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
577.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
578.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
579.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
580.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
581.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
582.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
583.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
584.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
585.   Becky Colbert. rcolbert7@cox.net. Filed at: 2003-12-11..
586.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
587.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
588.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
589.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
590.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
591.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
592.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
593.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
594.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
595.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
596.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
597.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
598.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
599.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
600.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
601.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
602.   Frankie Krausse. abkfsk@swbell.net. Filed at: 2006-10-3..
603.   Ancestral File NEHGS
604.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
605.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
606.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
607.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
608.   Ancestral File NEHGS
609.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
610.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
611.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
612.   Ancestral File NEHGS
613.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
614.   Rebecca Hart, Andrew Hart Genealogy. 2001-3-6.
615.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
616.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
617.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
618.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
619.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
620.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
621.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
622.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
623.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
624.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
625.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
626.   Lester F. Downs. rustyd520@bellsouth.net. Filed at: 2007-3-3..
627.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
628.   Betty Soper, Hart Lines, Apr 1997Ancestral File, NEHGS
629.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
630.   Lester F. Downs. rustyd520@bellsouth.net. Filed at: 2007-3-3..
631.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
632.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)Hart Lines Newsletter, July 1995
633.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
634.   Rebecca Hart, Andrew Hart Genealogy. 2001-3-6.
635.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
636.   Robert Hart. ldhart@lightspeed.net Filed at: 2004-11-2..
637.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
638.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
639.   Andrew M. Hart detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-2-1..
640.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's Home page)Hart Lines Newsletter, July 1995
641.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
642.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
643.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
644.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
645.   Andrew M. Hart detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-2-1..
646.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
647.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
648.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
649.   Andrew M. Hart detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-2-1..
650.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
651.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
652.   Becky Hart. b2bhart@aol.com. 2001-2-31.
653.   Rebecca Hart, Andrew Hart Genealogy. 2001-3-6.
654.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
655.   Robert Hart. ldhart@lightspeed.net Filed at: 2004-11-2..
656.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
657.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
658.   Andrew M. Hart detailed genealogy report by John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-2-1..
659.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
660.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
661.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
662.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
663.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
664.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
665.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart
666.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
667.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
668.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
669.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
670.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
671.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
672.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
673.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
674.   records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
675.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
676.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
677.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
678.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
679.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
680.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
681.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart
682.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
683.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
684.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
685.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4..
686.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart
687.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
688.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
689.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
690.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4..
691.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
692.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
693.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4..
694.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
695.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
696.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
697.   Joyce Mazzochi. mazzo@apex.net.
698.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
699.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4..
700.   records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
701.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
702.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
703.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
704.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
705.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-4...
706.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
707.   Ancestral File NEHGS
708.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
709.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
710.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
711.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
712.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
713.   Ancestral File NEHGSRecords of Dennis Hart
714.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
715.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
716.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
717.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
718.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
719.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
720.   Ancestral File NEHGS
721.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
722.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
723.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
724.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
725.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
726.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
727.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
728.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
729.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
730.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
731.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
732.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
733.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
734.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
735.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
736.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
737.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
738.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
739.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
740.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
741.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
742.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
743.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
744.   Tracy (Lee) Vickory. Truksluv63aol.com. Filed at: 2002-6-4..
745.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
746.   Steve Bruner. bru023@charter.net. Filed at: 2005-12-12..
747.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
748.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
749.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
750.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
751.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
752.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
753.   Ancestral File NEHGS
754.   Steve Bruner. bru023@charter.net. Filed at: 2005-12-12..
755.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
756.   Ancestral File NEHGS
757.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
758.   Jeff Jones jjones1776@aol.com. 7120 NW 18th, Bethany, OK. 73008.
759.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
760.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
761.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
762.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
763.   John Blair. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2006-12-9..
764.   Blair, John. jcblair77@btinternet.com. Filed at: 2007-1-3..
765.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
766.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
767.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
768.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
769.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
770.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
771.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
772.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
773.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
774.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
775.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
776.   Faye Hart Davis. DFayeDavis@aol.com. Filed at: 2005-7-9..
777.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
778.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
779.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
780.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
781.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
782.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
783.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
784.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
785.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
786.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
787.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
788.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
789.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
790.   Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
791.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
792.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
793.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
794.   Smith, Dixon. dixon.smith@verison.net. Filed at: 2007-2-5..
795.   Letter from Dixon Smith. dixon.smith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-22..
796.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
797.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
798.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
799.   Information on Some Georgia Pioneers, Family Heads, 1805 Ga. 2002-1-8.
800.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
801.   Dianne Sabido. res0qi6c@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-5-7..
802.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
803.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
804.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
805.   Isaac Hart Will..
806.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
807.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
808.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
809.   Information on Some Georgia Pioneers, Family Heads, 1805 Ga. 2002-1-8.
810.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
811.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
812.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
813.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
814.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
815.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
816.   Information on Some Georgia Pioneers, Family Heads, 1805 Ga. 2002-1-8.
817.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
818.   Dianne Sabido. res0qi6c@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-5-7..
819.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
820.   Brenda Collins. bwc@worldviewinc.com. Filed at: 2007-10-9..
821.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )Joseph Thomas Fleming
822.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
823.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
824.   Information on Some Georgia Pioneers, Family Heads, 1805 Ga. 2002-1-8.
825.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
826.   Dianne Sabido. res0qi6c@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-5-7..
827.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
828.   Joseph Thomas Fleming
829.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
830.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
831.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
832.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
833.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
834.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
835.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
836.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
837.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
838.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
839.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
840.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
841.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
842.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
843.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
844.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
845.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
846.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
847.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
848.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
849.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
850.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
851.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
852.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
853.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
854.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
855.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
856.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
857.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
858.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
859.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
860.   Ashley Bruce Hart cardi2@yahoo.com.
861.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
862.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
863.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
864.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
865.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
866.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
867.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
868.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
869.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
870.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
871.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
872.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
873.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
874.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
875.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
876.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
877.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
878.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
879.   Joseph T. Fleming
880.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
881.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
882.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
883.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
884.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
885.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
886.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
887.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
888.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
889.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
890.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
891.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
892.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
893.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
894.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
895.   Records of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page )
896.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
897.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
898.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
899.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
900.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
901.   jOseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
902.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
903.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
904.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
905.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
906.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
907.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
908.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
909.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
910.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
911.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
912.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
913.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
914.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
915.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
916.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
917.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
918.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
919.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
920.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
921.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
922.   Joseph T. FlemingRecords of Dennis Hart (Deena's home page)
923.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
924.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
925.   Roberta Linder. nurse8@wilstream.net. Filed at: 2002-4-6..
926.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
927.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
928.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
929.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
930.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
931.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
932.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.
933.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
934.   Joseph T. Fleming
935.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
936.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
937.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
938.   Deci family tree by D. H. Deci. Filed at 2001-10-11..
939.   Dixon Smith. dixon.snith@verizon.net. Filed at: 2002-6-20..
940.   Hart Committe. www.geocities.com/familyhunter77/HartGen.htm. Filed at: 2004-1-12.
941.   Dixon Bogue Smith www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/m/i/Dixon-B-Smith/GENE4-0001.html.

								
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