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10th, 1868, aged 64 years, when second he married May 9th, 1870, Mary T. Andrews, daughter of Simon, neice of William Andrews, of Walton, N. Y., and cousin to William Andrews, of New York City. The children of Esther were—1, Nathaniel M., 2, Josiah Gridley—six in all. Two of them died young.

2095.                              Dryden, N. Y.

SOPHRONIA HART, second daughter of Josiah Hart, of Paris, N. Y., and other localities, and his wife, Sophronia (Gridley), born November 25th, 1817; married            , Dr. J. W. Montgomery, of Dryden, Tompkins County, N. Y., where she died, May 5th, 1862, aged 45 years. She was a member of the Universalist Church. Dr. Montgomery died, August, 1872. He had been a lunatic for several years.

2100.        Oswego, N. Y., Kenosha, Wis.

JULIA ANN HART, eldest daughter of Judge Orris Hart, of Oswego, N. Y., and his wife, Elizabeth (Bigelow), born March 2d, 1814, at Clinton, Oneida County, N. Y.; married February 24th, 1830, Hon. William Bullen, who was born at Clinton, February 24th, 1805, and died at Southport, (now Kenosha,) Wis., October 27th, 1846, aged 41 years, 8 months, 3 days, when second she married June 20th, 1849, Deacon George Bennett, of Ottawa, La Salle County, Ill., at her father’s house in Oswego, N. Y. He was born at Ridgefield, Fairfield County, Conn., April 15th, 1806. She had four children by her first husband, viz: 1, Orris Hart, born July 1st, 1832, and died much respected, January 5th, 1865; 2, Mary Gertrude, married Peter Emslie, who is a civil engineer of high repute, and lives at Buffalo—no children; 3, William Herbert, married, is a lumber merchant and a first class business man, and lives in Chicago—no children; 4, Julia Frances, born, December, 1844, died October 9th, 1859, aged 15—an estimable girl. A lengthy obituary notice of the death of Judge Bullen was published, at the time of his decease, in the Southport Telegraph, setting forth his character for integrity and intelligence in the highest terms. He was a member of the Congregational Church, and contributed largely to its support. The last hours of his life were strongly marked with his abiding confidence in the truths of Christianity, and the goodness of the Great Author of his being. Her second husband is no less honored in both church and state, having been a representative and senator several terms in the Wisconsin Legislature.

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