|Birth: ||1599, England|
|Death: ||Mar., 1683|
Born by about 1599, based on estimated date of first marriage. Came to Massachusetts Bay in 1633 & first settled in Cambridge MA. Moved to Hartford in 1636, & later to Farmington. Died in Farmington between 16 March 1682/3 (date of will) and 31 March 1683 (date of inventory).
Married: (1) By about 1624 _____ _____. Died Farmington by about 1678. (The gap of seven years between the second and third children suggests that possibility that Stephen Hart's children were with two wives; on the other hand, the first two children may have been a few years younger than the estimates given below, in which case the gap would disappear.)
(2) After 1678 (death of second husband) Margaret (_____) (Smith) Nash, widow of Arthur Smith and Joseph Nash. She died at Farmington between 18 February 1691/2 (date of will) and 1 March 1693/4 (probate of will).
Banks suggests both Braintree, Essex, and Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, as origins for Stephen Hart. Neither proposal has any evidentiary support. Ernest Flagg found a baptism of a Stephen Hart on 25 January 1602[/3?] at St. Nicholas, Ipswich, Suffolk, which he thought might be the immigrant, but more evidence would be needed to accept this identification. Savage suggests that Stephen Hart was brother of John Hart of Marblehead and Boston or of EDMUND HART of Westfield, or of both, but without evidence.
Source: Anderswon's Great Migration Study Project
Margaret Farmington Hart (1607 - 1693)
Margaret Smith Nash Hart
Sarah Hart Porter (1624 - ____)*
John Hart (1627 - 1666)*
Stephen Hart (1634 - 1689)*
Mary Hart Lee Strong (1638 - ____)*
Thomas Hart (1640 - ____)*
Rachel Hart Cole (1642 - ____)*
Ancient Burying Ground
Created by: Linda Mac
Record added: Apr 09, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 35679171
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