1197. Elgin, Minn.
MARY JANE HART, Elgin, Minn,, second daughter of Almon Hart, of Southington, Conn., and Middletown, Vt., and his wife, Mary Gates (Stewart), born at Sand Lake, Penn., October 18th, about 1843; married at Geneva, Wis., October, 1860, Hoyt G. Hale, a wagon maker by trade. They were residing at Elgin, Wabasha County, Minn.
[ According to an original bible record, written by Mary Jane Hart, her birthdate was October 18th, 1836, instead of the date above. She married Hoyt Goodsell Hale on October 4th. 1860. She was earlier married to Phillipps, and her name is recorded as Mary J. Hart/Phillipps. Mary Jane Hart and Hoyt Goodsell Hale had three children. Her first child, was Auldice S. Phillipps, born May 12th, 1856, Walworth Wis, died December 31st, 1856. She and Hoyt G. Hale were the parents of Auldice Siegel Hale, born January 21st, 1856, Kalamazoo, (or Cooper,) Michigan. He died in 1944, in Marionville, Missouri, William G. Hale, born December 7, 1867, Kanamazoo, Mi., died Elgin, Minn., February 18th 1874., and Cora L. Hale, born June 30th, 1870, Elgin Mi., and died March 4th, 1874, Elgin Mi.. The two latter children died of a childhood disease, probably Scarlet Fever. This left Auldice Hale as the last surviving child of Mary Jane Hart/Phillipps/Hale. I understand that he left home at an early age. Clara-Lyle Hale born June 22nd, 1888, San Jose, Ca. and died December 12th, 1955, Aurora, Mo., was the only daughter of Auldice S. Hale,and Susan L. Morris. ]
EDWARD BERIAH HART, youngest child of Almon Hart, of Southington, Conn., and Middletown, Vt., and his wife, Mary Gates (Stewart), born November 14th, 1850, at Geneva, Walworth County, Wis. He is a blacksmith by trade, was a resident of Rochester, Olmsted County, Minn., and was single.
1199. Afton, N.Y.
EUNICE A. HART, Afton, only daughter (to live) of Chauncey Hart, of Southington, Conu., and Coventry, Chenango County, N. Y., and his first wife, Abigail (Wright), born March 4th, 1840, at Oxford; married January 7th, 1862, Egbert J. Willet, of Afton, Chenango County, N. Y. He is a carpenter by trade, and was living in the village of Afton. She lived in childhood at Southington, Conn., two years, with her aunt, Mrs. Edwin Woodruff, now-deceased. They have children, viz: Ida G., Harmon, Ernest, son.
1201. Bristol, Conn.
PAULINA SOPHRONE HART, Bristol, Conn., second daughter of Elonzo Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Lovina (Barnes), born March 21st, 1819, at Bristol; married April 15th, 1840, Jesse Bela Rose, son of Bela, and his wife, Mary (Brocket), of North Haven. He is a worker in wool, and is employed in the Bristol Woolen Mill. They live in her motherís house, near the railroad crossing, and have three sons.
1202. Bristol, Conn.
ROXANA HART, Bristol, Conn., fourth daughter of Elonzo Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Lovina (Barnes), born September 14th,