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John Hart born England died England.
Thomas Hart (Unknown John1) was born Abt. 1450 in Devonshire, England., and died Abt. 1539. He married Alice Eustace, sister and heir of Thomas EUSTACE of Highgate. Buried in ST Boltophs Aldesgate. daughter of Mr. Eustace. She was born in Highgate, Middlesex, England., and died Abt. 1558.Burial: Abt. 1558, St. Botolphs Church Burial Place: Abt. 1558, Aldersgate, London, England Proofs of Succession and Dates:- Phillpott's Pedigree, College of Arms ( In Blore,s "History and Antiquities of the County of Rutland" and British Museum ( Copy 5507, p.82, Viisitation of Kent by John Phillpott)
John3 Hart (Thomas2, Unknown John1) was born Abt. 1500 in Devon, England, and died Abt. 1574. He marriedMiss Gough, daughter of Edwin Gough.
John4 Hart (John3, Thomas2, Unknown John1) was born Abt. 1550 in Kent, England, and died Abt. 1596. He married (1) Frances Peyton, daughter of Christopher Peyton. She died 1567. He married (2) Bridget Ashfield, daughter of Edmund Ashfield and Anne Wingfield. She was born Unknown in Stow, ENGLAND, and died Unknown. Proofs of Succession: 01 June 1561, Parish Registers at Risby, near Bury St. Edmunds.
Capt. Henry5 Hart (John4, John3, Thomas2, Unknown John1) was born 1569 in Risby Bury St. Edmunds Suffolk, England, and died 06 September 1637 in Londonderry. He married 05 December 1603 in Londonderry Cathedral, Londonderry Frances Bosvile born 1586 and died 1654 in Londonderry daughter of Sir. Robert Bosvile.
John Hart I, proposed son of Eustace Hart, was born 1555 in Staffordshire, England, and died date unknown. He married Elizabeth Peche born About 1559 in Kings Walden, London, England, daughter of John Peche.
John Hart II, s/o John Hart, born May 05, 1595 in Kings Walden, London, England; died 1671 in Newtown, Queens, New YorkBuried Newtown, Queens, New York He married Mary. born 1604 in London, London, England, and died 1659. He married Elizabeth Peche, daughter of John Peche was born 1559 in Kings Walden, London, England and died date unknown.
John Hart, aged forty, a shoemaker, and his wife Mary Hart, aged thirty-one, were among the passengers on the James of London, bound for New England 13 July 1635. They settled in Salem, where John Hart was a proprietor in 1636. Both he and Mary were members of the First Church of Salem in 1637.
John Hart was made freeman of the colony 9: 5 mo: 1645 (9 July 1645). His home was in that part of Salem which soon became the separate political unit of Marblehead where Hart was chosen by the town to collect the tax for a meeting-house in 1648. He was granted the right to keep "a house of common entertainment" in 1651, the privilege being confirmed by the Court.
From the town Hart received a grant of ten acres in 1637, and, petitioning with William Charles for land, he was granted a house-lot and five acres "at Mrbell head" in the same year. In 1638 he received three-quarters of an acre of marsh. He paid a town rate of £2 in 1647, and was allowed to pasture two cows on the common land in 1648. He was appointed administrator of the estate of Richard Jarret of Poole by the Boston Court in November 1651.
Upon John Hart's death in 1656, his widow Florence was appointed administratrix of his estate. It was apparently obvious that his estate was insolvent, as Elias Stileman was immediately directed to apportion the claims of his creditors. From evidence presented in suits brought fifteen years later by Jonathan Hart to recover his father's real estate in Marblehead, it appears that the widow Florence Hart accepted her husband's personal property in lieu of dower, and that the Hart house, the acre of land around it and the five acres of town grant, at Devereux's Point, became the property of George Corwin, the principal creditor, who sold this property to John Peach, Jr., of Marblehead.
Inventory of the estate of John Hart was taken 14: 1: 1655/6 (14 March 1655/56) by Moses Mavericke and Johanne Bartoll: One house with aboute an acre of ground whereon ye house standeth & an old Cow house together with Commonidg for 2 Cowes & 5 acres upland, 36li; A part of ye farme that was Mr. Humphrey's, 7li. 10s; 1 acre of meadow at Salem, 3li., 2 Cowes, 8li; 1 Calfe ten weekes ould, 15s; 2 small swine, 1li; 1 flock beed in ye parlour, 1 Cotten Rugg, 1 boulster & 2 pillowes, feathers, 2 old Curtaines, 2li. 10s; 1 table, 4 Joynstooles, 15s; 1 chaire, 2s. 8d; 2 chests & 1 box, 12s; 1 pr. of great Andirons, tongs & shovell, 10s. 2 window Cussions, 3s; 1 woolin wheele, 3s; 1 Looking glass, 3s; 6 pewter dishes, 2 baisons, 1li., 2 quart potts, 1 candlestick, beaker & wine cup, brass snuffers & small cupp, 7s; 1 pr. wooll Cards, 2s; 3 Iron potts, 1li. 5s; 3 brass kettles, 1 copper kettle & skillet, 1li; 1 brass furnace, 1li; 1 feather bed, boulster & 2 pillowes, 2li. 10s; a pr. Curtaines & Vallance, 1li. 10s; 1 white Rugg & Coverlett, 1li; ----elt, 3s. 6d; [bed]stead & Cord, 5s; [ta]ble very ould & little, 1s. 6d; 1 Lanthorne, 1s. 6d; 3 pr. sheetes, 2 pr. pillowbeers, 1li. 10s; 1 tablecloth, 1 dos. napkins, 12s; 1 table in ye Kitchin, 1s. 6d; 2 tubbs & 2 payles, 5s; som earthenwaier & other Lumber, 6s; 1 spitt & hanger for ye chimney, 5s; total, 74li. 10s. 6d. The estate is debtor to Mr. Corwin, 30li.' Mr. Browne, 8li. 6s; a bill at Boston, 5li; Sam. Archard, 2li; Mr. Elzey, 18li; total, 63li. 6s.
Children of John Hart and Mary are:
John HART b. 11 Mar 1636 in Newtown, Queens, of Maspeth Kills, L. I. New York "A little before his death made a nuncupative will 'after this manner.' Gives to eldest son (not named) one shilling, he having already received his portion. To son William one Hog, and to his daughter Sarah another. Leaves the Plantation and rest of goods to his two sons Samuel and William and his two daughters Sarah and Susan.
Samuel HART b. About 1628 in (Newtown, Queens, New York)died 1671
Letters of Administration granted to Samuel Hart father of said John Hart, — —, 1671. Francis Lovelace.LIBER 1-2, page 83 Source: Abstracts Of Wills On File In The Surrogate's Office, City Of New York
Will surrogates office New York Vol 1 pg 153
!New York Genealogical Record Vol 25 pg 87 !Pioneers of Old Hopewell by Ralph Ege !Harts of Randolph by Katharine Hart Fame !Dr Cooley's Genealogy of Trenton & Ewing NJ !New York Genealogical Record Vol 25 pg 87 !Genealogy Early Settlers of Trenton & Ewing Twps by Eli Field Cooley-1883
John Hart of Westmill, Hertfordshire, later of Lullingstone Castle b about 1450 married Elizabeth Peche dau of Sir William Peche of Lullingstone Castle
John HART (John , John ) was born about 1636 in Newton, Queens County, New York. He died in 1712 in New Jersey. John married Mary HUNT daughter of Ralph HUNT and Elizabeth Ann JESSUP. John known as The Carpenter.He was Presbyterian.The 1698 Census of Newtown Long Island shows John Heaart head of family of 8 but does not show how many were family members.
Children of John Hart and Mary Hunt are:
i.Ralph Hart [Major], born 1680 in Newton, Long Island; died July 30, 1749 in Trenton, , Nj; married Sarah FURMAN 1701; born Abt. 1685 in Newtown, Long Island, New York; died July 30, 1749.
2 ii.Edward Hart [Captain], born Abt. 1687 in Hopewell, Hunterdon County, Nj; died Bef. July 20, 1752; married Martha Furman.
Captain Edward Hart born ABT 1690, Newtown, Queens, Long Island, N DEATH: Jul 1752, Hopewell, Hunterdon, NJ married 17 May 1712, Newtown, Queens, Long Island, NY.He married Martha FURMAN daughter of JOSIAH FURMAN and SARAH STRICKLAND. He was the brother of Major RALPH3 HART born 1680 in Stonnington, Conn, and died July 30, 1749 in Trenton NJ. Ralph married SARAH FURMAN sister to Martha, She was born 1644, and died 1740.
John Hart “Signer” born 1713, Hopewell, Hunterdon, NJ DEATH: 11 May 1779, Hopewell, Hunterdon, NJ Married 1739, Hopewell, Hunterdon, NJ Deborah SCUDDER BIRTH: ABT 1721 died 8 Oct 1776, Hopewell, Hunterdon, NJ d/o Richard Betts Scudder and Hannah Stillwell died February 21, 1740/41.Source for Hannah Stillwell:Ancestors of Flossie Virginia CURTIS
Children of JOHN HART and DEBORAH SCUDDER are:
i.SARAH2 HART, b. October 16, 1741, Hopewell, Nj; d. 1800, Weartsville, Nj; m. JACOB WICKOFF.
2. ii.JESSE HART, b. September 19, 1742, Hunterdon, New Jersey.
iii.MARTHA HART, b. March 10, 1745/46, Scudder Falls, Hopwell Twp Mercer, Nj; m. JOHN WOOD.
3. iv.NATHANIEL HART, b. October 29, 1747, Hunterdon, New Jersey; d. 1825, Mason, Kentucky.
v.JOHN HART, b. October 29, 1748.
vi.SUSANNAH HART, b. August 02, 1750, Scudder Falls, Hopwell Twp Mercer, Nj; m. JOHN (MAJ) POLHEMUS.
vii.MARY HART, b. March 07, 1750/51.
4. viii.ABIGAIL HART, b. February 10, 1754.
5. ix.EDWARD HART, b. October 20, 1755.
x.SCUDDER HART, b. December 30, 1757.
xi.DANIAL HART, b. March 16, 1761, Hunterdon, New Jersey; d. March 16, 1761, Hunterdon, New Jersey.
6. xii.DANIEL HART, b. August 13, 1762, Hopewell, Nj; d. September 13, 1848, Randolph Co., Va.
xiii.DEBORAH HART, b. August 21, 1765
Hugh Hart born Jan 27, 1799 Beverly, Randolph Co., VA Died Dec 22, 1851 Danville, Montgomery Co., MO., cousin of poet Walt Whitman.Burial:Dryden Cemetery (New Florence) Montgomery County
Missouri, Hugh married on Oct 18, 1821 Elizabeth See (Zay).
William Michael Hart married Sarah Matilda Land d/o John Land and Margaret Hunter.
Margaret Elizabeth Hart Garton (1856 - 1940) married Sep. 9, 1870 William Zachariah Garton
Maria Jane Hart DowningJan. 31, 1857 died June 7, 1904 married Dec. 25, 1876 William M. Downing
Annie Elizabeth Hart Moore7/20/1860 Murphy's Camp, Calaveras Co. CA.died 12/17/1935 married July 18, 1877 Elias Jordan Moore descended from Thomas Jordan, Sr. 1818.
Mary Alice Hart Kirkland (1864 - 1915)marriedNov. 15, 1884 Walter E. Kirkland