Betty Jean Hart
F, b. 9 October 1923, d. 10 December 1995
Betty Jean Hart was born on 9 October 1923 at Bowerston, Harrison Co., OH. She was the daughter of Benjamin Hart and Katherine Caminati. Betty Jean Hart married Ralph Klima, son of James Jacob Klima and Grace Rose Starr. Betty Jean Hart died on 10 December 1995 at Brunswick, Medina Co., OH, at age 72.
Blanche Hart married Frank Nelson Bensey.
Carol Marlene Hart
F, b. 19 March 1932, d. 22 February 1998
Carol Marlene Hart was born on 19 March 1932. She died on 22 February 1998 at age 65. She was buried in February 1998 at Jerome Cemetery, Seymour, Wayne Co., IA. Cause of death: Automobile accident.
Caroline A. Hart
F, b. December 1845, d. 28 February 1870
Caroline A. Hart was born in December 1845.1 She married Charles Barnes, son of Charles Barnes and Eliza Price.1 Caroline A. Hart died on 28 February 1870 at age 24.1
- [S82] Price Genealogy, 336.
F, b. 1852
Catherine Hart married George Michael Sullenbarger, son of Michael H. Sullenbarger and Sarah Grove. Catherine Hart was born in 1852 at Ohio.
Charles T. Hart1
M, b. 29 January 1911, d. 23 December 1974
Charles T. Hart was born on 29 January 1911 at Washington.1 He was the son of Samuel T. Hart and Phoebe N. Owen. Occupation: Auto mechanic in 1940.1 Charles T. Hart married Mabel E. Clippinger, daughter of Ralph Olen Clippinger and Mattie Anderson, before April 1940.1 Charles T. Hart died on 23 December 1974 at Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 63 Dates per SSDI.
- [S3738] 1940 Federal Census, King County, Washington. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4374.
M, b. 6 October 1914, d. 26 October 1994
Clarence Hart was born on 6 October 1914 at Gallatin Co. (probably), MT.1 He was the son of Marshall Dempsy Hart and Lucinda Ann Clippinger.1 Clarence Hart married Olive Pearl Eller, daughter of Francis Pearl Eller and Nettie Jane Butler, before April 1940. Clarence Hart died on 26 October 1994 at Spokane Co., WA, at age 80 Dates per SSDI, last residence Spokane.
Clarence A. Hart
M, b. 1900, d. 1946
M, b. 3 April 1913, d. 25 July 2002
Claude Hart was born on 3 April 1913 at Three Forks, Gallatin Co., MT.1 He was the son of Marshall Dempsy Hart and Lucinda Ann Clippinger.1 Claude Hart married Sara Agnes Schwin, daughter of John Henry Schwin and Gertude Eveline Eveland, on 1 September 1935 at Sandpoint, Bonner Co., ID. Claude Hart died on 25 July 2002 at Issaquah, King Co., WZ, at age 89.
Elsie Blanche Hart
F, b. 1888, d. 1949
Elsie Blanche Hart was born in 1888 at Kansas. She married Clarence A. Klein circa 1908. Elsie Blanche Hart died in 1949. She was buried in 1949 at Enid Cemetery, Enid, Garfield Co., OK, Findagrave #91927335.
F, b. circa March 1918
F, b. circa August 1919
Jacob Hart married Harriet Hamilton.
M, b. circa 1809
- [S1768] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 183; FHL #1254183.
M, b. 27 January 1822, d. 8 January 1903
James Hart was born on 27 January 1822 at Ohio.1 He married Jane Scott on 29 April 1847 at Highland Co., OH. James Hart died on 8 January 1903 at Highland Co., OH, at age 80. He was buried in January 1903 at New Lynchburg Masonic Cemetery, Lynchburg, Highland Co., OH, Find A Grave Memorial# 98429825.
- [S232] 1860 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 987; FHL #803987.
- [S82] Price Genealogy, 469.
Lavina Jane Hart
F, b. 1854, d. 13 November 1896
Lavina Jane Hart was born in 1854 at Kennonsburg, Noble Co., OH. She was the daughter of Samuel Hart and Mary Elizabeth Shadwell.1 Lavina Jane Hart married Charles Wesley Finley, son of William Finley and Margaret Eagon. Lavina Jane Hart died on 13 November 1896. She was buried in November 1896 at Kennonsburg Methodist Church Cemetery, Kennonsburg, Noble Co., OH, Findagrave #162533625.
- [S373] 1860 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 969; FHL #803969.
M, b. 24 January 1893, d. 30 July 1948
Lawrence Hart was born on 24 January 1893 at Illinois. He was the son of William P. Hart and Clara Eveline Rhodes. Lawrence Hart married Lura Mabel Keenan, daughter of Arthur Franklin Keenan and Jane Bowman. Lawrence Hart died on 30 July 1948 at Illinois at age 55.
M, b. 12 March 1895, d. 9 September 1957
F, b. 24 October 1838, d. 25 January 1905
Lucy Margaret Hart was born on 24 October 1838 at near Watertown, Washington Co., OH, 1900 census shows 1839.2,1,3 She was the daughter of Walter Hart and Hannah Potts. Lucy Margaret Hart married John W. Law, son of James Law and Matilda Windle, on 13 March 1856 at Morgan Co., OH, 6 children born to the marriage, all living as of 1900.2,1,3 Lucy Margaret Hart died on 25 January 1905 at age 66. She was buried in January 1905 at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Morgan Co., OH, Find A Grave Memorial# 9516777.
Children of Lucy Margaret Hart and John W. Law
- [S461] 1870 Federal Census, Morgan County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Film 1246; FHL #552745.
- [S462] 1860 Federal Census, Morgan County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1016; FHL #805016.
- [S603] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 1330 - 31; FHL #1241330 - 31.
F, d. 2 June 1892
Margaret Hart was the daughter of John Hart and Susan Kretzer.1 Margaret Hart married Samuel H. Miller, son of Jacob Miller and Catharine Rentch, on 27 February 1879, Ceremony by Rev. A. C. Geary.1 Margaret Hart died on 2 June 1892.1
Children of Margaret Hart and Samuel H. Miller
Margaret N. Hart
F, b. 1832, d. 1921
Margaret N. Hart was born in 1832 at County Cork, Ireland. She married Joseph Brumbach, son of John Brumback and Elizabeth Rothgeb, on 17 November 1860 at Marseilles, LaSalle Co., IL. Margaret N. Hart died in 1921 at LaSalle Co., IL.
Marshall Dempsy Hart1
M, b. 15 August 1888, d. 22 October 1955
Marshall Dempsy Hart was born on 15 August 1888 at Lafayette Co., MO.1 He was the son of Walter W. Hart and Matilda May Hines. Marshall Dempsy Hart married Lucinda Ann Clippinger, daughter of Herman Thomas Clippinger and Clara W. Brobst, on 28 December 1912 at Missoula Co., MT.1 Marshall Dempsy Hart died on 22 October 1955 at Sandpoint, Bonner Co., ID, at age 67. He was buried in October 1955 at Pack River Cemetery, Bonner Co., ID, Find A Grave Memorial# 55198490.
Children of Marshall Dempsy Hart and Lucinda Ann Clippinger
Mary Ann Hart
Mary Ann Hart married Thomas J. Jones.
M, b. 20 December 1890, d. 27 October 1974
M, b. circa 1904
Nancy Hart married Alexander Robertson.
Children of Nancy Hart and Alexander Robertson
- [S2081] 1850 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 138.
M, b. 8 May 1734, d. 22 July 1782
Note: Nathaniel Hart was a member of the Transylvania Company and was one of the purchasers of some 20 million acres of land in Kentucky and Tennessee from the Indians in 1775. He was one of the original settlers at Boonesborough in 1775 and helped construct the fort there. His biography from Dictionary of North Carolina Biography edited by William S. Powell, Univ. of North Carolina Press, 1988, follows: Hart, Nathaniel (1734-82), pioneer, Revolutionary officer, and proprietor in and chief negotiator for the Transylvania Company of Kentucky, was born in Hanover County, Va., the son of Thomas and Susannah Rice Hart. His grandfather, Thomas Hart, a merchant, emigrated from London, England, to Hanover County about 1690 and left an only son, Thomas (1632-1755), father of Nathanlel. His mother was an aunt of Daniel Rice, the renowned Presbyterian minister who, before moving to Kentucky in 1781, is said to have taken part in the establishment of one or more early Presbyterian churches in Orange County (now Caswell County), N.C., among which Hyco (now Red House) is one of the oldest in central North Carolina. Shortly after Thomas Hart's death, his widow and children moved to Orange County and settled on Country Line Creek, where three of her sons--Thomas, Nathaniel, and David--in the late 1750s and early 1760s obtained land grants in the area that was cut off from Orange in 1777 to form Caswell County. Nathaniel Hart's estate, known as Red House, located at Nat's Fork on Country Line Creek, was of considerable proportions. Referred to as "Captain Hart," he was not only a polished member of society but also an "accomplished and complete gentleman." As one of the proprietors of the Transylvania Company, he was a leading spirit in opening the Kentucky territory and in establishing the town of Boonesborough. At the Battle of Alamance, Hart led a company of infantrymen in Governor Tryon's army; after the battle, he was highly complimented by the governor and his officers for the gallant and spirited behavior of the detachment under his command. Following the efforts of Daniel Boone and his brother, Squire Boone, to settle Kentucky, Richard Henderson of Granville County in association with Nathaniel Hart, Thomas Hart, John Williams, William Johnson, and John Lutterell, on 27 Aug. 1774 organized the Louisa Company for the purpose of purchasing from the Cherokee Nation a large territory lying on the west side of the mountains on the Mississippi River. In the autumn of 1774, Nathaniel Hart, the chief negotiator, along with Richard Henderson, president of the company, visited the territory and met with the chiefs of the various tribes in the Cherokee country to discuss their interest in buying the land west of the Cumberland Mountains. Nathaniel Hart, Jr., wrote that his father returned to his home with six or eight of the principal men of the Cherokee Nation, who remained with him until the latter part of the year and assisted in the selection of a large supply of goods to be used in exchange for the land. By 1775 the enterprise had outgrown the Articles of Agreement of the Louisa Company. After a reorganization, a new company, called the Transylvania Company, was formed and Daniel Boone was hired to explore the territory. Soon Nathaniel Hart and Richard Henderson brought vast quantities of goods from Cross Creek (now Fayetteville) to Sycamore on the Watauga River near what is now Elizabethton, Tenn. The Watauga meeting, arranged by Hart, lasted twenty days and was attended by 500 to 1,000 Cherokee Indians along with their chiefs. The Transylvania Company was represented by Hart and his brother Thomas, Henderson, and John Williams. Negotiations broke down and the Indians left, but it is said that Nathaniel Hart overtook them the next day, persuaded them to return, and an agreement was reached. On 17 Mar. 1775, the conveyance or treaty was signed, by which the Transylvania Company acquired all of the territory from the Kentucky to the Cumberland rivers. Title to the land was taken in the name of Richard Henderson, Nathaniel Hart, and the other seven proprietors of the company as tenants in common. This purchase was said to have been the largest private land deal ever undertaken in North America. Nathaniel Hart and his associates invested much of their time and private fortunes in the venture; they succeeded in obtaining for the colonies peaceful possession of the land from the Indians, thus permitting the opening of the Kentucky territory for colonization. Nevertheless, they received very little for their efforts. Because of a proclamation by the royal governors of Virginia and North Carolina that prohibited treaties or purchases of land from Indians by individuals, the Crown refused to recognize the transaction and declared it null and void. The same proclamation, in substance, was reenacted by the Virginia assembly after the colonies gained independence from Great Britain. As a consequence, the Transylvania Company retained only that small area of the land lying on the Green River in Kentucky and that portion lying on the North Carolina side of the Virginia line, and its plan to establish an original fourteenth colony in America resulted in failure. In 1760 Hart married Sarah Simpson, daughter of Captain Richard Simpson, a large plantation owner who was one of the earliest settlers in what is now Caswell County. Their daughter, Susanna, in 1783 married General Isaac Shelby, planner of the Battle of Cowpens and hero of the Battle of Kings Mountain, who became the first governor of the state of Kentucky and for whom the towns of Shelby, N.C., Shelbyville, Tenn., and Shelby County, Ky., were named. Nathaniel and Sarah Hart's grandson, Thomas Hart Shelby of Traveler's Rest, Ky., was said to have been the first importer of thoroughbred livestock, including racehorses, into the state of Kentucky. Hart was appointed a justice of the peace by the royal governor. He served as captain of militia before the outbreak of the Revolution and as captain in the army during the American Revolution. He was killed by Indians near Logan's Station in Lincoln, Ky., where he left his will. In 1783 his widow and their son Nathaniel, Jr., went to Logan's Station to prove the will. Nathaniel Hart was born on 8 May 1734 at Hanover Co., VA. He was the son of Thomas Hart and Susannah Rice. Nathaniel Hart married Sarah Simpson on 25 December 1760 at North Carolina. Nathaniel Hart died on 22 July 1782 at near Boonesborough, Lincoln Co., KY, at age 48 Killed by Indians near Logan's Station, Kentucky.
Nellie May Hart
F, b. 1 January 1888, d. 29 August 1964
Nellie May Hart was born on 1 January 1888 at Crawford Co., IL. She was the daughter of Jacob Hart and Harriet Hamilton. Nellie May Hart married Charles B. Lingafelter, son of Daniel Isaac Lingafelter and Katie Florence Rhodes, on 2 July 1905. Nellie May Hart died on 29 August 1964 at West York, Clark Co., IL, at age 76.