Murray Hart

M, b. circa 1904
     Murray Hart was born circa 1904 at Crawford Co., IL. He was the son of William Presley Hart Jr. and Clara Eveline Rhodes.

A Murray Hart, b.23 DEC 1903, died at Maricopa County, AZ in April, 1987, SSN 139-01-1077.

Nancy Hart

     Nancy Hart married Alexander Robertson.

Children of Nancy Hart and Alexander Robertson


  1. [S2081] 1850 Federal Census, Clark County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 138.

Nathaniel Hart

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.

Child of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson

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.

Children of Nellie May Hart and Charles B. Lingafelter

Patricia Ann Hart

F, b. 5 April 1933, d. 13 January 2008
     Patricia Ann Hart was born on 5 April 1933 at Newark, Licking Co., OH. She was the daughter of Raymond E. Hart and Helen Armstrong. Patricia Ann Hart married Gerald Richard Watson. Patricia Ann Hart died on 13 January 2008 at Pleasantville, Fairfield Co., OH, at age 74. She was buried in January 2008 at New Salem Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, Perry Co., OH, Findagrave #28979750.

Paul Hart1

M, b. 10 October 1923, d. 20 March 2012
     Paul Hart was born on 10 October 1923 at Sandpoint, Bonner Co., IA.1 He was the son of Marshall Dempsy Hart and Lucinda Ann Clippinger.1 Paul Hart began military service in 1941 WW II service -- Enlisted, U.S. Army Air Corps, Radio Operator. He died on 20 March 2012 at Colfax, Whitman Co., WA, at age 88 Obituary (

Paul Hart of Colfax passed away March 20, 2012 at the Whitman Hospital. He was 88. A Memorial Service will be held Monday, March 26th at 11:00 am at Peace Lutheran Church in Colfax. He will be interred at a later date at the Pinecrest Cemetery in Sandpoint, Idaho. Paul was born October 10, 1923 in Sandpoint to Marshall D. "Bill" and Lucinda (Klippenger) Hart. He grew up around Sandpoint and graduated from Sandpoint High School in 1941. A short time later Paul enlisted in the Army Air Corps and served during World War II as a radio operator. Part of his tour of duty also included time in Okinawa before being honorably discharged in 1945. He returned to Sandpoint where he married his sweetheart, Emily Erickson, November 3, 1946. Paul worked briefly for the Cady & Pier Ford Dealership in Sandpoint before moving to Alaska in 1948. He was a heavy equipment operator for a coal mine near Fairbanks until 1955 when they returned home and settled on Emily's family's farm in the Selle area near Sandpoint. Paul worked for many years as a lumber truck driver and also kept busy with their small farm, raising cattle and hay. Emily worked as a credit manager at the Co-op in town and kept busy as a wife and mother. Paul loved his hobby farm but also enjoyed his family and spending time with them. They would often take "Sunday" drives into the mountains. He loved the outdoors and was an avid hunter, especially for elk. He liked to go hiking, loved huckleberry picking and had taught himself to ski; loving to go to Schweitzer Mountain. When his son played ball, Paul helped coach the little league team. He was a member of the First Lutheran Church in Sandpoint and a member of the Selle Grange. Paul later went to work for the McFarland Pole Company and retired from there in 1985. He and Emily liked to travel in their RV and they were snow-birds for many years to the Arizona communities of Mesa and Apache Junction. Paul liked to golf and was a bit of a pool shark as well. He has many trophies from a pool league in Arizona that attest to his skill. They moved to Colfax about twelve years ago to be closer to family and grandchildren. They have resided at the Hill-Ray Plaza since that time and have also found a comfortable fit at Peace Lutheran Church in Colfax. Paul made many friends at the Colfax Golf & Country Club where he loved to golf and visit. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Emily, at their home in Colfax; two children, Polly and husband Kent Jones of Kenmore, WA and Daniel and wife Becky Hart, Colfax; three grandchildren, D.J., Traci and Jay Paul. He was preceded in death by older brothers Claude and Clarence. Bruning Funeral Home of Colfax is caring for the family.

He was buried in March 2012 at Pinecrest Memorial Park, Sandpoint, Bonner Co., ID, Find A Grave Memorial# 87202017.


  1. [S2162] 1930 Federal Census, Bonner County, Idaho. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 396; FHL #2340131.

Raymond E. Hart

M, b. 5 February 1900, d. 17 September 1980
     Raymond E. Hart was born on 5 February 1900 at Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Benjamin Franklin Hart and Emily Frances Grant.1 Raymond E. Hart married Helen Armstrong, daughter of Charles Armstrong and Linura Mae Flory. Raymond E. Hart died on 17 September 1980 at Newark, Licking Co., OH, at age 80. He was buried in September 1980 at Wilson Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH, Findagrave #143481032.

Children of Raymond E. Hart and Helen Armstrong


  1. [S263] 1900 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1266; FHL #1241266.

Rebecca Hart1

F, b. May 1823, d. 4 August 1900
     Note: (1) Information about Rebecca Hart is extremely scarce. Her surname is found on the Guernsey County marriage record and on son Samuel's 1892 marriage record at Dakota County, Nebraska.

(2) William Hart & family appears on p.362A of the 1830 census of Beaver Twp., Guernsey County. How is he related?

DLB 2018.

Rebecca Hart was born in May 1823 at Ohio Birth location shown variously as Pennsylvania or Ohio in censuses. Son John showed her birth location as West Virginia in the 1920 census.2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Hart and Margaret Yaeger. Rebecca Hart married John Wendell, son of Daniel Wendell and Catherine Starr, on 25 August 1838 at Guernsey Co., OH, 14 children born, 9 living as of June, 1900.4,3 Rebecca Hart lived in June 1900 at Redmon, Edgar Co., IL; Living with son George, and near daughter Sarah and Charles Stillion.3 She died on 4 August 1900 at Edgar Co., IL, at age 77.3 She was buried in August 1900 at Embarras Cemetery, Embarras Twp., Edgar Co., IL.

Children of Rebecca Hart and John Wendell


  1. [S6] 1850 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 684.
  2. [S126] 1880 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1020; FHL #1255020.
  3. [S649] 1900 Federal Census, Edgar County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 298; FHL #1240298.
  4. [S676] Guernsey County Marriages: Book C, p.239.

Rebecca Hart

F, b. 9 April 1856, d. 6 May 1940
     Rebecca Hart was born on 9 April 1856 at Highland Co., OH.1,2 She was the daughter of James Hart and Jane Scott.1 Rebecca Hart married Noah J. Roush, son of John Roush and Elizabeth Wilkin, on 5 April 1874 at Highland Co., OH. Rebecca Hart married John Wilkin, son of Eli Wilkin and Catherine Rhoades, circa 1895.3 Rebecca Hart died on 6 May 1940 at Highland Co., OH, at age 84. She was buried in May 1940 at Mt. Zion Cemetery, New Market Twp., Highland Co., OH, Find A Grave Memorial# 30445365.

Children of Rebecca Hart and Noah J. Roush

Child of Rebecca Hart and John Wilkin


  1. [S232] 1860 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 987; FHL #803987.
  2. [S548] 1880 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1033; FHL #1255033.
  3. [S549] 1900 Federal Census, Highland County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1286; FHL #1241286.

Rena Hart

F, b. 1895, d. 1949
     Rena Hart was born in 1895. She married Fred R. Ashton, son of Harrison Ashton and Mary E. Bover, before January 1920. Rena Hart died in 1949.

Children of Rena Hart and Fred R. Ashton


  1. [S2542] 1920 Federal Census, Sangamon County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 407.

Robert Hart

M, b. 25 May 1822
     Robert Hart was born on 25 May 1822 at Lebanon Co., PA. He was the son of Thomas Hart and Margaret Yaeger.

Sallie Hart

F, b. 1874, d. 1899
     Sallie Hart was born in 1874 at Lincoln Co., MO. She married Joseph Louis Trower, son of John Wesley Trower and Virginia Sonner, in 1895 at Montgomery Co., MO. Sallie Hart died in 1899 at Missouri.

Samuel Hart1

M, b. circa 1812, d. 1868
     Samuel Hart was born circa 1812 at Ireland headstone shows 1808.1 He married Mary Elizabeth Shadwell on 30 August 1849 at Guernsey Co., OH. Samuel Hart died in 1868. He was buried in 1868 at Senecaville Cemetery, Senecaville, Guernsey Co., OH, Findagrave #36531354.

Child of Samuel Hart and Mary Elizabeth Shadwell


  1. [S373] 1860 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 969; FHL #803969.

Samuel T. Hart

M, b. August 1867, d. 4 March 1940
     Samuel T. Hart was born in August 1867 at Wisconsin. He married Phoebe N. Owen circa 1899. Samuel T. Hart died on 4 March 1940 at Seattle, King Co., WA, at age 72.

Child of Samuel T. Hart and Phoebe N. Owen

Selah Hart

M, b. 30 January 1767, d. 6 January 1836
     Selah Hart was born on 30 January 1767 at Kensington, CT. He married Sarah Watrous. Selah Hart died on 6 January 1836 at Marion Twp., Morgan Co., OH, at age 68.

Child of Selah Hart and Sarah Watrous

Stephen Hart

M, b. 3 November 1953, d. 10 June 1993
     Cause of death: Complications of A.I.D.S. Occupation: Registered Nurse. Stephen Hart was born on 3 November 1953. He died on 10 June 1993 at DeKalb Co., IL, at age 39.

Susannah Hart

F, b. 18 February 1764, d. 14 June 1833
     Susannah Hart was born on 18 February 1764 at Caswell Co., NC. She was the daughter of Nathaniel Hart and Sarah Simpson. Susannah Hart married Gov. Isaac Shelby, son of Evan Shelby and Letitia Cox, on 19 April 1783 at Boonesborough, Virginia (now KY). Susannah Hart died on 14 June 1833 at Lincoln Co., KY, at age 69.

Children of Susannah Hart and Gov. Isaac Shelby

Thomas Hart

     Thomas Hart was born at New Jersey.1 He married Margaret Yaeger, daughter of John Yaeger and Anna Marie (?).

Children of Thomas Hart and Margaret Yaeger


  1. [S126] 1880 Federal Census, Guernsey County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1020; FHL #1255020.

Thomas Hart

M, b. 1682, d. 1755
     Thomas Hart married Susannah Rice. Thomas Hart was born in 1682. He died in 1755.

Child of Thomas Hart and Susannah Rice

Vern Hart

M, b. 12 May 1908, d. February 1973
     Vern Hart was born on 12 May 1908 at Crawford Co., IL. He was the son of William Presley Hart Jr. and Clara Eveline Rhodes. Vern Hart died in February 1973 at Crawford Co., IL, at age 64.

Walter Hart

M, b. 1 December 1796, d. 5 September 1872
     Walter Hart was born on 1 December 1796 at Watertown Twp., Washington Co., OH. He was the son of Selah Hart and Sarah Watrous. Walter Hart married Hannah Potts on 30 May 1818. Walter Hart died on 5 September 1872 at Washington Co., OH, at age 75.

Child of Walter Hart and Hannah Potts

Walter W. Hart

M, b. 18 August 1866, d. 15 May 1960
     Walter W. Hart was born on 18 August 1866 at Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH. He married Matilda May Hines circa 1887. Walter W. Hart died on 15 May 1960 at Topeka, Shawnee Co., KS, at age 93.

Child of Walter W. Hart and Matilda May Hines

1 Lt. Wayne W. Hart1

M, b. 23 April 1919, d. 23 April 1945
     1 Lt. Wayne W. Hart was born on 23 April 1919 at Ashtabula Co., OH.1 He was the son of Fred J. Hart and Effie D. Wright.1 1 Lt. Wayne W. Hart died on 23 April 1945 at Isle of Man at age 26 data:

Air Observer 1st/Lt. Wayne W. Hart Lost
Hometown: Ohio
Squadron: 534th 381st Bomb Group
Service# O2044814
Pilot Captain Charles E. Ackerman Lost

Target: Ferry Mission
Date Lost: 23-Apr-45
Serial Number: #43-38856
Aircraft Model B-17G
Aircraft Letter:
Aircraft Name:
Location: The southern side of North Barrule, Isle of Man
Cause: Pilot error, 31 service men lost.

Reports from the time of this crash stated that no combat operations over Germany were planned, so servicemen from nine different units were billeted for a week's leave to Northern Ireland. The men chosen were the support servicemen, the ground crews, armourers, mechanics and fitters – people who kept the aircraft flying, combat-ready and safe. Some of those men had been on duty since June 1943 and for most this was their first real break. This ferry flight from Ridgewell in Esssex to Nutts Corner in Northern Ireland with a normal crew and a large number of passengers was on course flying in low cloud when it crossed the coast of the Isle of Man. The flight, piloted by Captain Charles E. Ackerman was never to reach its destination. Shortly after the aircraft passed over Glen Mona and Corrany before flying into the steep southern slope of North Barrule about 200ft short of the summit of the hill. The aircraft disintegrated with most of the airframe being consumed by fire. The crash killed all 31 crew and passengers on the aircraft.

The sadness of this tragedy was compounded by the fact that it happened just two weeks before the end of the war and in an extraordinary twist of fate it followed another tragedy just nine months earlier when six died in a separate crash into the same hill. In the first accident Lt. Dorrington Co Pilot of a B-24 Liberator which was being flown from Langford Lodge in Northern Ireland to Warton in Lancashire, on what was known as a ‘ferry flight', had ploughed into the cloud-covered southern slopes of North Barrule, killing him and all five men on board. Perhaps it was coincidence, but there exists a probable relationship between two pilots, namely Ronald B. Dorrington of Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and Captain Charles E. Ackerman. Both men had worked as pilots in the 534th Bombardment Squadron of the United States 8th Air Force for a couple of years, and had flown together on 10 missions over enemy territory. Although it is not known for certain that these men flew in the same aircraft on these missions it is highly likely that they would have been acquainted and it's possible they may have been friends. Whatever the terms of their relationship together, within a year both men would be in their graves. Ackerman crashed close to where Dorrington had died nine months before. He would have known about Dorrington's death on North Barrule and, taking advantage of a flight path which took him close to the Isle of Man, he may have flown low to have a look at the place where Dorrington died and himself fell victim to the hills. The two crashes on North Barrule claimed the lives of 37 people within nine months of what turned out to be the last year of the war.

The 31 men were buried on April 27, 1945, at the American Military Cemetery at Madingley, near Cambridge. Most however were later reinterred to states side cemeteries.
In 1995 Maughold Commissioners and the Manx Aviation Preservation Society erected a memorial plaque and flagpole at the crash site. Every year since, Mike Corlett of Laxey, leads fellow members of the Manx Aviation Preservation Society up North Barrule where they fly an American flag over the spot for a week to commemorate the tragedy.
Mike Corlett visited the crash site as a boy soon after it happened in 1945 and remembers the scene of devastation on the hillside with broken and burnt parts of the aircraft spread over a wide area. However, by 2010 the society's American flag was becoming severely weather-beaten due to the high winds which scour the hillside. Upon hearing of this predicament Kelly McCarthy, second vice president of North American Manx Association and one of the island's worldwide network of honorary representatives, arranged with her US senator to acquire a special flag.
The North American Manx Association provided not just any flag, but one that had been flown over the Capitol in Washington DC. When not flying, it is on display at the museum (next to Ronaldsway Airport) along with artifacts from the crash. Exhibits, personal effects and more information about the worst crash in Manx aviation history can be found at The Manx Aviation and Military Museum located at the edge of Ronaldsway airfield on the main Douglas to Castletown road.

Captain Ackerman had completed his tour of missions on June 10, 1944 but, after going home to the USA for a time, he returned to his squadron on September 21. As an experienced pilot Ackerman was appointed to lead his squadron and in recognition of this he was promoted to Captain on November 14, 1944. Ackerman led the 534th BS on 27 missions, with his last mission being to Brandenburg on April 20, 1945.

Crew of #43-38856
Captain Charles E. Ackerman Pilot Lost
Fl/Of. Edwin A. Hutcheson Jr. Co Pilot Lost
1st/Lt. Martin M. Matyas Navigator Lost
1st/Lt. John P. Fedak Bombardier Lost
1st/Lt. Wayne W. Hart Lost Air Observer
T/Sgt. David H. Lindon Flight Engineer Lost
T/Sgt. Wesley M. Hagen Radio Operator Lost

1st/Lt. James M. Hinkle Lost
1st/Lt. Lawrence E. McGhehey Lost
M/Sgt. Edward Z. M. Gelman Lost
T/Sgt. Joseph L. Gray Lost
T/Sgt. William E. Geist Lost
T/Sgt. Joseph W. Sullivan Lost
S/Sgt. Ralph L. Gibbs Lost
S/Sgt. Wayne K. Manes Lost
S/Sgt. Alfred M. Mata Lost
Sgt. Irwin R. Hargraves Lost
Sgt. Michael J. Kakos Jr. Lost
Sgt. Jose M. Martinez Lost
Tech 5. Walter A. McCullough Lost
Tech 4. Andrew Piter Jr. Lost
Cpl. Earl G. Ammerman Lost
Cpl. Edward G. Bailey Lost
Cpl. Thomas P. Flaherty Lost
Cpl. Herbert C. Gupton Lost
Cpl. Leslie H. Maxwell Jr. Lost
Cpl. Merle L. Ramsowr Lost
Pvt. Andrew R. Barbour Lost
Pvt. Angelo Quagliariello Lost.


  1. [S4637] 1920 Federal Census, Ashtabula County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Rolls 1345-6; FHL #1821345-6.

William Presley Hart1

M, b. 24 February 1840, d. 29 November 1922
     William Presley Hart was born on 24 February 1840 at Crawford Co., IL.2 He was the son of Jacob Hart and Jemima Johnson.2 William Presley Hart married Rachel Beal on 17 November 1858 at Crawford Co., IL. William Presley Hart died on 29 November 1922 at Crawford Co., IL, at age 82. He was buried in December 1922 at Johnson Cemetery, Clark Co., IL, Findagrave #55128177.

Child of William Presley Hart and Rachel Beal


  1. [S1767] 1870 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 214; FHL #545713.
  2. [S1768] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 183; FHL #1254183.

William Presley Hart Jr.

M, b. 28 January 1865, d. 8 February 1921
     William Presley Hart Jr. was born on 28 January 1865 at Clark Co., IL. He was the son of William Presley Hart and Rachel Beal.1 William Presley Hart Jr. married Clara Eveline Rhodes, daughter of Alfred Henry Rhodes and Caroline Newlin, on 29 December 1889 at Crawford Co., IL. William Presley Hart Jr. died on 8 February 1921 at Crawford Co., IL, at age 56. He was buried in February 1921 at Johnson Cemetery, Clark Co., IL, Findagrave #43830476.

Children of William Presley Hart Jr. and Clara Eveline Rhodes


  1. [S1768] 1880 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 183; FHL #1254183.

Zella Hart1

F, b. February 1885
     Zella Hart was born in February 1885 at Allegan Co. (probably), MI.1 She was the daughter of (?) Hart and Lillian R. Sprau.1


  1. [S1162] 1900 Federal Census, Allegan County, Michigan. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 698; FHL #1240698.

Bernhard Hartenstein

     Bernhard Hartenstein married Marie Voigtländer-Tetzner.

Child of Bernhard Hartenstein and Marie Voigtländer-Tetzner

Cora Hartenstein

F, b. 21 September 1888, d. 3 May 1985
     Cora Hartenstein was born on 21 September 1888 at Mühlhausen, Elsass (Alsace). She was the daughter of Bernhard Hartenstein and Marie Voigtländer-Tetzner. Cora Hartenstein married Dr. Ludwig Munzinger, son of Ludwig Munzinger and Amelie Johanna Becker, on 29 December 1910 at Dresden, Germany. Cora Hartenstein died on 3 May 1985 at Ravensburg, Germany, at age 96.

Children of Cora Hartenstein and Dr. Ludwig Munzinger

Aaron Hartenstine1

M, b. 10 June 1850
     Aaron Hartenstine was Lutheran.1 He was born on 10 June 1850.1 He was the son of Aaron Hartenstine and Hannah Umstead.1 Aaron Hartenstine married Mary Emma Bach, daughter of Francis S. Bach and Mary Price, on 13 October 1874.1 Occupation: Watchmaker and jeweler.1

Children of Aaron Hartenstine and Mary Emma Bach


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 172.
  2. [S82] Price Genealogy, 173.

Aaron Hartenstine1

     Aaron Hartenstine married Hannah Umstead.1

Child of Aaron Hartenstine and Hannah Umstead


  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, 172.