people hung upon the lips of the preacher while he described some of the prominent features of the character of the deceased, and evidenced that their hearts affectionately responded to the justice of his delineation. His remains were deposited by the side of a deceased wife at whose grave he had erected a plain stone, with this inscription:
"And Jacob set up a pillar at Rachel's Grave."
CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST WIFE, REBECCA, BEING THE SIXTH GENERATION.
795. Rebecca, born ; married , Rev. Amos Chase.
JOSEPH HART, Northington, eldest Son and child of Joseph, of the same place, and his wife, Mary (Bird), born October 1st, l723, at Northington; married June 29th, l749 Ann Barnes, daughter of Thomas, and his wife, Hannah (Day), of Southington, born August 24th, l727. She was admitted to the church at Southington, September 20th, l741, and to the church at Northington by letter from Southington, December 20th, 1751. He was also a member of the Avon Church. On his return from attending his son, who died in the camp at Stamford, he died at New Haven, February l6th, 1777, aged 53 years. His wife died February lst, l786.
THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE SIXTH GENERATION.
Dorcas, born May l7th, 1750; died June 2d, 1750, aged 15 days.
706. Northington, now Avon.
RUTH HART, eldest daughter of Joseph Hart, of Northington, now Avon, and his wife, Mary (Bird), born, December 26, l724, at Northington; married there, June l6th, l748, Barnabas Thompson, son of