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was a joiner and cabinet maker, and he lived in a house that he bought of Daniel Ames, a fellow-apprentice. His wife died February 18th, 1828, aged 70. She had no children. He married second, May 20th, 1829, Mary, widow of Eliphalet Wadsworth, and daughter of Jehudah Hart, and his wife, Mary (Munson), born August 5th, 1769. He died September 27th, 1831, aged 73 years. His widow died in Farmington, November 11th, 1847, aged 78 years.

1903.                       New Britain, Conn.

ABIGAIL HART, New Britain, Conn., second daughter of Thomas Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Mehitabel (Bird), born October 27th, 1761, at New Britain; baptized there November 1st, 1761; married February 15th, 1781, Jonathan Seymour, of Kensington, son of Eliakim, and his wife, Susanna (Judd), born, October, 1757. He was a blacksmith, built the Saxy Hooker house in Kensington, and had his shop opposite. She was admitted to the church at New Britain, December 5th, 1784, and to the church at Kensington with her husband, May 5th, 1788. They moved west, and she died January 1st, 1833, at Harford, Penn., aged 72 years. He became a deacon at Otsego, where he located, and where he died, July 26th, 1819, aged 62 years. They are the grand-parents of Professor Tyler, of Amherst College. Jonathan Seymour was a great-grandson of Captain Richard Seymour, of the Seymour Fort, in Great Swamp.

New York City, New Britain, Conn.

ABIJAH HART, New Britain, eldest son of Thomas Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Mehitabel (Bird), born April 7th, 1764, at New Britain; married September 22d, 1794, Anna, daughter of Captain Giles Hall, of Middletown, and his wife, Anna (Lord), born August 24th, 1765, and was a woman of rare accomplishments. Mr. Hart took an honorary degree at Yale College in 1795, and taught school several years at Middletown. He became extensively engaged in merchandise and commerce in New York City, in the firm of Hicks, Vanderbilt & Hart. They failed in business in consequence of the French spoliation, and he returned to the old home of his father about 1808, where he followed farming. His wife died January 15th, 1824, aged 58 years, when he second married October 26th, 1826, Lucy, widow of Samuel Dunham, of Southington, and daughter of John Ariail, and his wife, Hannah (Rich), born August 27th, 1781, at Southington. He died

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