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1927.                     New Britain, Conn.

THERON HART, New Britain, second son of Benjamin Hart, of the same place, and his wife, Mary (Fuller), born December 29th, 1782; married                       , Abiah Warner, of Hamden. She died December 16th, 1832, aged 50 years, when second he married April 27th, 1834, Lydia, daughter of Ebenezer Hart, of Kensington, born 1780. She died July 18th, 1850, aged 70 years. Her Will was made January 24th, 1846, and was proved in the court of probate for the district of Berlin, on the 25th of July, 1850. She gave her nephew, Jonathan T. Hart, of Kensington, the use, during his natural life, of all her real estate, amounting to $5,935, as appraised by Captain Jabez Langdon and William Kellogg, provided that he paid three legacies, to wit: first, to her niece, Maria, wife of Truman Cole, $50; second, to her niece, Mrs. Elizabeth, wife of Riley Gladden, $50; and to my brother, Ichabod Hart, $300. And I give to the legal male heirs of my nephew, Jonathan T. Hart, at the time of his death, all the above lands, (except what my executor shall sell for a grave-stone, &c.,) and buildings, to be equally divided between them. To my husband, Theron Hart, I give the use of all my buildings for three months after my death. Signed, Lydia Hart and seal.

         She has a grave-stone in the Bridge Cemetery at Berlin. She inherited the estate of her uncle, Thomas Hart, at the corner west of the Second Church in Kensington. She and her husband lived on this place several years, although he owned a place on Arch Street, in New Britain. Mr. Hart was a prominent member of the Methodist Church in New Britain. He died January 16th, 1859, aged 76 years, 2 months, and 17 days.


2466. Sabrina Abia, born            , 1817, married January 18th, 1844, Curtiss C. Camp.
2467. Mary, born April 1st, 1822; married January 13th, 1848, Curtiss C. Camp.

1928.              Hamden, Durham, Conn.

FANNY HART, fifth daughter of Benjamin Hart, of New Britain, and his wife, Mary (Fuller), born February 17th, 1785, in New Britain; married April 4th, 1804, Dr. Chauncey Andrews, of Southington, son of Benjamin, and his second wife, Mary (Barnes), born May 8th, 1783, at Southington. He was a physician, and took his medical degree at Yale College in 1805. They lived in Hamden, Killingworth, and Durham, Conn., where he died of cancer, October 14th, 1863, aged 80

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