MARY HART, youngest child of Chauncey Hart, the carriage maker, of Hartford, and his wife, Polly (Markum), born August 6th, 1830, at Hartford, Conn.; married December 1st, 1851 , Samuel Dunlap, of Hartford. She was killed by lightning, June 15th, 1857, at Albany, Baker County, Georgia, aged 26 years, 9 months, 9 days.
DR. CHARLES REMMINGTON HART, Hartford, Conn., eldest son of Salmon North Hart, of the same city, and his first wife, Martha (Corning), born July 22d, 1837, at Hartford. He was educated a physician and surgeon, and entered the service of his country in the late war as assistant surgeon in the Tenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, but was promoted to surgeon, and honorably discharged September 2d, 1865. He married June 15th, 1869, Ella, daughter of Rev. H. V. Gardner, of Oneida, N. Y., and his wife, Mary (Foote), born March 29th, 1847, at Harwinton, Conn. He is in full practice in 1874 as physician and surgeon, in Hartford, Conn.
ALFRED DWIGHT HART, Hartford, Conn., son of Salmon North Hart, the carriage maker, of Hartford, and his first wife, Martha (Corning), born September 13th, 1840, at Hartford. In early life he was trained to the business of carriage making, and became a partner with his father. He went into the late war as a private in the Twenty Fifth Regiment Connecticut Volunteers for nine months. He married, April 18th, 1866, Sarah, daughter of Aaron Daniels, of Hartford, and his wife, Maria G. (Ensworth), of Andover, Conn., born April 14th, 1848, at East Hartford. He died at Hartford, of quick consumption, July 31st, 1870, aged 29 years, 10 months, 18 days.
THEIR CHILD, BEING THE TENTH GENERATION.
659. Alfred Dwight, born January 20th, 1867, at Hartford.
AUGUSTUS BREWSTER HART, St. Louis, Mn., eldest son of Oliver Armstrong Hart, of Norwich, Conn., and St. Louis, Mo., and his wife, Mary E. (Hull), daughter of Abram, of New York City, born March 15th, 1846, at St. Louis, Mo. In 1873 he was teller of the Mechanics Bank in that city. He married, November 26th, 1872, Clara Ballan-