244 HART FAMILY.
LANGDON.
942.                      Southington, Conn.

LUCY HART, Southington, third daughter of Colonel Samuel Hart, of the same town, and his first wife, Rosanna (Clark), born August 12th, 1795, at Southington; married May 5th, 1814, Perry Langdon, son of Giles, and his wife, Sarah (Carter), of the same town, born March 12th, 1786. He built near his father, on the road leading from Queen to West Street, the same owned and occupied by Ard Wood- ruff. She died May 4th, 1850, aged 55 years, when he second married Widow Lucy (Hitchcock) Morse. He died, November, 1871, aged 85 years. They had children, viz: Augustus Perry, John Clark, Frederic, Samuel Hart, Richard, and Lucy Ann.

AMES.
943.                       Southington, Conn.

ROSANNA HART, Southington, eldest daughter of Colonel Samuel Hart, of the same town, and his second wife, Patience (Andrews), born June 23d, 1803, at Southington; married February 17th, 1825, Amon Langdon Ames, of the same town, son of Daniel, and his wife, Mercy (Langdon), of New Britain and Southington, born August 16th, 1798.

944.                       Southington, Conn.

JOHN NELSON HART, eldest son of Colonel Samuel Hart, of Southington, and his second wife, Patience (Andrews), born Nevember 4th, 1804, at Southington; married September 18th, 1827, Sophia Hart Hichcock, daughter of Franklin Hitchcock, and his wife, Sophia (Hart). He lived on West Street, in Southington, and taught School in the East Street District one winter, He died of fever, October 26th, 1828, aged 24 years. They had one child, born June 5th, 1828, and died June 8th, 1828, aged 3 days.

945.                       Southington, Conn.

COLLINGWOOD HART, Southington, second son of Colonel Samuel Hart, of the same town, and his second wife, Patience (Andrews), born January 5th, 1806, at Southington; married October 10th, 1838, Rebecca Irene Dunham, daughter of Harvey Dunham, and his Wife, Elizabeth. (Tryon), of Southington. He built near his fatherís old homestead on West Street, where he resided in 1873. He formerly manufactured daguerreotype cases, but is now a farmer, and has a fine location of 136 acres. He is an intelligent man, with good principles, and habits of industry and economy.