1793. Samuel, 2d, born January 7th, 1766; married They lived at Coos and Granby, Vt.
Alice Hall, born September 6th, 1780; died January 19th, 1790, aged 10 years.
TIMOTHY HART, Wallingford, second son of Nathaniel Hart, of the same town, and his wife, Martha (Lee), born August 24th, 1731, at Wallingford; married March 6th, 1751, Phebe Fenn, of Wallingford, daughter of Theophilus, and his wife, Martha (Doolittle), born February 12th, 1735, in Wallingford.
[Thelma H. Kaluzsa sent the following about Timothy: Timothy Hart was my Revolutionary War ancestor for my DAR membership and was approved by the DAR. Others have joined using him as their basis for membership.
According to the book "Lists and Returns of Connecticut Men in the Revolution 1775-1783'" Timothy went out of Wallingford with Isaac Cook in 1775. He was in the Connecticut Line 1777-1781 from Wallingford and was finally listed Timothy Hart Serj. He apparently had two sons who also served, Benjamin and Titus, because they are listed in the records of those who applied for and received pensions. Benjamin, in 1819, and Titus in 1818, both living in Litchfield, Connecticut.
I have no record of Timothy's death or that he ever applied for a pension. He was listed in the 1790 census.]
THEIR CHILDREN BEING THE SIXTH GENERATION.
1799. Benjamin, born March 25th, 1752; married December 15th, 1775, Hannah Curtiss.
1722. Wallingford, Conn.
MARTHA HART, Wallingford, eldest daughter of Nathaniel Hart, of Farmington and Wallingford, and his wife, Martha (Lee), born June 21st, 1733, at Wallingford; married in 1752, Joseph Curtiss, of Wallingford.
HAWKINS HART, Wallingford, third son of Nathaniel Hart, of Farmington and Wallingford, and his Wife Martha (Lee), born, February,