ASAHEL HART, Jr., New Britain, eldest son of Asahel Hart, Sr., of New Britain, Conn., and his first wife, Anna (Kilborn), born at New Britain, and baptized there October 3d, 1784. He went to Worthington, Ohio, where he married , but returned to Connecticut, and was drowned in Farmington River, December 5th, 1814, aged 34 years. They had Anna, Martha, and a son, but nothing definite about their birth or history has been found.
[ Asabel Hart was born August 6, 1784 in New Britain, Connecticut. He married Elizabeth Brown, daughter of Morris Brown February 19, 1807. Asabel Hart was drowned in the Farmington River while attempting to cross on the blocks of ice, when he was only 30 years of age. (1814) Their children were brought as young children by Col. Kilbourn to Worthington, Ohio when they were very young and orphans. This information is supplied by Michael Forbush, along with information about the descendants of John Morris Hart.
THEIR CHILDREN, BEING THE EIGHTH GENERATION.
Martha Harriet, born November 5, 1807; married January 1, 1828, Ezra Gilbert; died August 3, 1893.
JOSEPH HART, New Britain, Conn., second son of Asahel Hart, Sr., of the same town, and his first wife, Anna (Kilborn), born September 18th, 1787, at New Britain, where he was baptized, October 28th, 1787; married at Northington, January 9th, I810, Sophronia, daughter of Obed Hart, of Avon, and his wife, Elizabeth (Edson), born April 21st, 1794, at Avon. She died July 14th, 1814, aged 20 years, when second he married Lura Buel, daughter of William, of Simsbury, born February 18th, 1796. He removed to Cabotville, Mass, He died September 18th, 1810, aged 53 years.
CHILDREN BY HIS FIRST MARRIAGE, BEING THE EIGHT GENERATION.
Elizabeth Elvira, born September 23d, 1811; died July 4th, 1814, aged 3 years.
HIS CHILDREN HiY HIS SECOND MARRIAGE.
1303. Lura Ann, born April 20th, 1817; married , David Bradford; died November 20th, 1866.
EUNICE HART, New Britain, Conn., third daughter of Asahel Hart, Sr., of the same town, and his first wife, Anna (Kilborn), born at New Britain, and baptized there, January 3d, 1790, by Rev. John Smalley,