bullet George William Carhart (photo) was born on 23 Jul 1853 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He resided at between 1880 and 1882 in Nevada, Story, Iowa. He resided at in 1883 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He was a Hardware Merchant in 1892 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He was Master, Quarry Masonic Lodge in 1896 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He appeared on the census in 1900 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa.(71) He appeared on the census in 1920 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (72) He resided at on 6 Jun 1923 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He resided at in 1936 in Denver, Adams, CO. He died on 25 Jun 1941 in Denver, Colorado. He was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Colorado. 1880-1882 - ran a grocer store called "Carhart Bros." The store was burned out twice in just over a year, which prompted the move to Mapleton, Iowa in 1883.

Obituary *** George Carhart Dies Suddenly of Heart Attack *** George W. Carhart, 87, of 2591 Eudora Street, father of Arthur H. Carhart, Denver author and naturalist, died suddenly of a heart attack Wednesday at his home. He had been in ill health more than a year. Mr. Carhart was born July 23, 1853, at Platteville, Wis., and grew up in that state. He taught school there as a young man and later moved with his parents to a homestead in Iowa. From Nevada, Ia., he moved to Mapleton, Ia., in 1883 and started a grocery and hardware business there when that town was the end of the Northwestern Railroad, then building toward Sioux City. He retired in 1924 and moved to Canon City, Colo., where his wife died nine years ago. He then came to Denver to live with his son, who now is supervisor of Pittman-Robertson wildlife projects for the Colorado Game and Fish Commision. He was the last survivor of a family of six. He was a past master of the Masonic Lodge at Mapleton, Ia., and a member of the Odd Fellows Order. He is survived by his only son and daughter-in-law here. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M. Saturday at the Olinger Mortuary, Speer Boulevard and Sherman Street. Burial will be at Fairmount Cemetery.
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From written notes of George:
3 months grandfather and grandmother in sail boat come over. Stephen was digging a ditch and struck a bar of gold. Man with him said half shares, forced to divide. This gold staked them to America. They had acquaintance who went from Cornwall to Iowa. He wrote to someone in England to send a man and wife to work. Sail to New York. Then Canal and lakes in Chicago. Wagon to Iowa. They then found man was fixed for help. Elizabeth stayed. Stephen walked to Platteville, then sent for grandmother. Worked storehouse and side road near brick shoolhouse.
Stephen worked in mill SE of town belonging to _______. Came home late, 12, night. Chapmans dog came out to bark, knocked teeth out one night. First team horses bay, mare black horse, Flower and Charley. Harness maker made it. Never any machine harness. Hender shot one harness maker. Other Henry Neals. Charley the horse, was 21 when Junior traded him for a cutter, which vexed Stephen.
Regular lumber wagons and 4-wheel trucks, all smaller and same size. Long sled, two runners, wooden tree lugs enough. Stoves William Stevens made or hawley sold pair of bobs. ______ lumber northwest of Platteville. Throw in _____ timber. ______ sold gave it with farm then got it with Stephen's farm. Run cattle on sod prairie grassland. Fences rail ______ fences. 4-5 rails high (cross) stakes with rider rail top.
Horses run 6 miles over prairie. Salt 'em. Salt each Saturday. Sold one horse for Cavalry.
Day GW was out in the plowing field. JR and JS stopped at far corner to talk. GW was afraid lost. Came coming.
Fall 1869 Carharts for Hardy County, Iowa near ______ 1 year. Glen traded for ?
James married. Hamilton County. traded 2 sections 13 & 24 in Scott Township Iowa for 100 in Platteville. $6,000 mortgage foreclosed. 2 Norwegians, one sheriff got immigrants both 5 1/4 sections of place, and later sold more, $2,800 holding balance.
JS first year in Iowa, went with SH and Stephen to Platteville and JS stayed in Platteville. 1874 spring left family for Nevada, Iowa.
GW invited to teach school by County Superintendent Storey County. Took exam and taught spring '76 near Storey. Winter near Cambridge 1 mile west. Spring '76 JS went in Platteville with Trowbridge in produce. Jim Ivy with JS. JS and Ivy put in money. Trowbridge Equipment. Ivy insisted ______ so GW went winter '76 to State Academy. Parents: Stephen Carhart and Eliza Rundell.

He was married to Ella Louise Hawthorne on 13 Jun 1888 in Castana, Monona, IA. (73) Copy of Marriage Certificate on File. Children were: Arthur Hawthorne Carhart.


bullet Hannah Michelle Carhart (Private). Parents: Scott Brian Carhart and Brenda Michelle Kuhlman.


bullet James Rundle Carhart was born on 21 Sep 1843 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He was a Farmer in 1865 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census on 3 Jun 1880 in Mifflin, Iowa, Wisconsin.(74) He appeared on the census on 16 Jun 1900 in Cooper Township, Monona, IA. (75) He appeared on the census in Jan 1920 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (76) He signed a will on 6 Jun 1923 in Monona Co., IA.(77) See copy of Will in file. He died on 9 Jul 1923 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (78) Died of Senility. 1860 Grant Co., Wisconsin
1920 resided at 414 Main Street, Mapleton, Monona Co., Iowa (1920 Census). Parents: Stephen Carhart and Eliza Rundell .

He was married to Adaline (Addie) Huling on 18 Jan 1865 in Platteville, Grant, Wis..(79) Children were: Fannie E. Carhart, Edith I. Carhart, Nora Carhart, Dora Carhart, Florence F. "Lillie" Carhart , Elizabeth E. "Bessie" Carhart, Louisa Carhart.


bulletJeanAnn Winn Carhart (Private). Parents: Robert Arthur Carhart and Marilyn Joann Grone.


bullet Jerome Carhart (Private). Parents: Earl George Carhart and Lucy Mildred "Mildred" Jerome.


bullet John Carhart(80) was born about Jan 1780 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. He was baptized on 5 Jan 1780 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England.(81) He was a Labourer in Oct 1828 in Downs, St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. He was a Thatcher bet Nov 1818, Feb 1819 in Downs, St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. Parents: John Carhart and Rosemond Ellery .

He was married to Mary Bond on 24 Apr 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England.(82) Copy of original marriage record:
John Carhart of [this] parish, Servantman and Mary Bond of [this] parish, Servantmaid were Married in this [Church] by Banns this twenty fourth Day of April in the Year One Thousand Eight Hundred and Seven by me, D. Evans, Curate.

Certificate contains the signature of John Carhart and the mark of Mary Bond. In the Presence of William Bond, John Williams, and John Pengelby(?). Children were: William Carhart, John Carhart, William Carhart, Fanny Carhart, Mary-Anne Carhart, Stephen Carhart, Elias Carhart, Maria Carhart, Thomas Carhart.


bullet John Carhart was born about Sep 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. He was christened on 27 Sep 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. (83) He was a Labourer between 1838 and 1843 in Rumford, St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He died before 1870. Moved to Platteville, Wis. after his brother Stephen (in 1842). Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.

He was married to Elizabeth Landry on 31 Jul 1836 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England.(62) (84) See copy in file.
Marriage by banns.
Witnesses: Henry Lobb (?) and John Green. Children were: Maria Carhart, William Carhart, Marianne Carhart, Maria Carhart, Henry C. Carhart, John H. Carhart, Eugene E. Carhart.


bullet John Carhart was born on 12 Nov 1738 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. He was baptized on 11 Dec 1738 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. (85)(86) Parents: Stephen Carhart and Frances Best.

He was married to Rosemond Ellery on 23 Nov 1777 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England.(87) Children were: Frances Carhart, John Carhart .


bullet John Chalmers Carhart was born on 27 Jan 1902 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (38) He appeared on the census in 1920 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(88) He died on 25 Sep 1991 in Laurel, Cedar, NE. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Wayne, NE. Occupation: Carhart Lumber Company

1920 resided on Douglas St., Wayne, Wayne Co., Nebraska (1920 Census).

Research Notes:
Soundex C663
1920 Nebr. Census 1827095 -- found
1900 Iowa Census 1243732 -- ? Parents: Charles Eugene Carhart and Mary Ethel Miller "Ethel".

He was married to Winifred Louise Main on 22 May 1926 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(38) See write-up of wedding from The Wayne Herald, May 27, 1926. Children were: John David Carhart, Robert Arthur Carhart.


bullet John David Carhart (Private). Parents: John Chalmers Carhart and Winifred Louise Main.


bullet John Davies Braden Carhart was born on 19 Jan 1910 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (89) He appeared on the census in 1920 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(90) He died in 1968 in Phoenix, Maricopa, AZ. 1920 resided Lincoln St., Wayne, Wayne Co., Nebraska (1920 Census). Parents: Arthur Benjamin (Ben) Carhart and Gretta Iva Davies.

He was married to June Gayle Jones in Jun 1936.


bulletJohn Samuel Carhart was born on 5 Apr 1849 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census in 1870 in Platteville, Grant, Wis..(91) Farm Hand for Harman Robbins. He resided at in 1874 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census on 3 Jun 1880 in Mifflin, Iowa, Wisconsin. (92)(93) He resided at between 1885 and 1906 in Monona Co., IA. He appeared on the census in 1900 in Cooper Township, Monona, IA.(94) He resided at between 1906 and 1915 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He resided at between 1915 and 1933 in Wayne, Wayne, NE. He appeared on the census in 1920 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(95) He died on 19 Jun 1933 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(53) Obituary (appeared in The Wayne (Nebraska) Herald, June 22, 1933

Funeral Rites on Wednesday
J. S. Carhart Dies Suddenly At Home Monday From Heart Attack.

Funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 from the home at 312 West Eighth street in Wayne for J. S. Carhart who passed away suddenly Monday afternoon following a heart attack, aged 84 years. Rev. W. E. Braisted, Baptist pastor, officiated. Masons conducted committal rites at Greenwood cemetary.
John Samuel Carhart was born on a farm near Platteville, in Grant county, Wis., April 5, 1849, and grew to manhood in that vicinity. He married Miss Elizabeth Ivey at Platteville in 1874. The earlier years of their married life Mrs. and Mrs. Carhart spent on a farm in Iowa county, Wis. In 1885 they moved to Monona county, Iowa, to a farm they previously bought and remained there until 1906 when they retired from active business and moved into Mapleton, Iowa. In 1915 the Carharts came to Wayne, their home since.
Mr. Carhart, friendly by nature, made many friends. He kept a keen interest in life and all it involved.
Deceased became a member of the Masonic order in Ferrin lodge at Monfort, Wis., and he affiliated with Quarry lodge at Mapleton, Iowa, March 13, 1886, and with Wayne lodge No. 120 June 25, 1926. Mrs. Carhart received the Masonic 50-year badge June 12, 1931.
Besides Mrs. Carhart, who has been ill for many months, deceased leaves three sons, C. E. Carhart and A. B. Carhart of Wayne, and Dr. E. C. Carhart of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. E. C. Carhart is here and Dr. Carhart was here a few weeks ago. There are six grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
Pallbearers were D. H. Cunningham, Paul Mines, L. B. McClure, F. S. Berry, J. H. Pile and A. T. Claycomb.
Among those attending from out-of-town were: Dr. and Mrs. N. L. Hansen, Emerson; Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Lehman and Mrs. and Mrs. E. Davies, Wakefield; Mrs. and Mrs. Henry Cody and Mr. and Mrs. Robert White, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cameron, Lawrence Cameron and Mrs. D. D. Cameron, and Mrs. Lester Patrick, Mapleton, Iowa; E. G. Carhart, Omaha; Mrs. E. C. Carhart, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huling, South Sioux City; J. N. Culver, Anthon, Iowa; Mrs. and Mrs. R. M. Carhart, Randolph.

He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Wayne, NE. Twin Parents: Stephen Carhart and Eliza Rundell.

He was married to Elizabeth Ann (Lisbis) Ivey on 3 Sep 1874 in Platteville, Grant, Wis..(38) (96)(97) Marriage Registration. Children were: Charles Eugene Carhart, Arthur Benjamin (Ben) Carhart, Earl Clyde Carhart M.D. .


bullet John Spencer Carhart (Private). Parents: Robert Arthur Carhart and Marilyn Joann Grone.

Children were: Brittany Brooke Carhart, Breea Nicole Carhart , Briggs Spencer Carhart, Braxton Carhart.


bulletKimberly Ann Carhart (Private). Parents: Charles Victor Carhart and Joan Faye Jones.


bulletLeslie Jill Carhart (Private). Parents: Charles Victor Carhart and Joan Faye Jones.

Children were: Jessica Leigh Lambert, Andrew Tyler Lambert.


bulletLouisa Carhart (Private). Parents: James Rundle Carhart and Adaline (Addie) Huling.


bullet Margerie Jean Carhart (Private). Parents: Earl George Carhart and Lucy Mildred "Mildred" Jerome.


bullet Maria Carhart was born about Feb 1819 in St. Ervan Downs, Cornwall, England. She was christened on 23 Feb 1819 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. (62)(98) Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.

She was married to Joseph Hicks on 14 May 1842 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. (99) See copy in file.
Marriage by Banns.
Witnesses: William Carhart and William George.
Residence at the time of marriage: Joseph - Wadebridge. Maria - St. Ervan.
Father's name and occupation: Joseph: William Hicks, laborer. Maria: John Carhart, laborer.


bullet Mary Carhart was born about Oct 1741 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. She was baptized on 10 Oct 1741 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. (100)(101) "Mary, Daughter of Stephen and Frances Carhart" baptized 10 Oct 1741. Parents: Stephen Carhart and Frances Best.


bullet Mary Fauneil Carhart (Private). Parents: Ralph Miller Carhart and Fauneil Bernice Senter.

She was married to Bradley Lee Warnemunde on 3 Aug 1952. Children were: Jon Bradley Warnemunde, Ralph Erwin Warnemunde , Brian Charles Warnemunde, Clay Stewart Warnemunde.


bullet Mary-Anne Carhart was born about 1814 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. She was christened on 27 Feb 1814 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. (102) Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.


bullet Nora Carhart was born on 7 Nov 1871 in Wisconsin. She appeared on the census on 3 Jun 1880 in Mifflin, Iowa, Wisconsin.(103) She resided at on 6 Jun 1923 in Leeds, IA. 1880 Census -- shows Laura, twin of Dora in Mifflin, Iowa Co., Wisconsin. Parents: James Rundle Carhart and Adaline (Addie) Huling .

She was married to Frank M. Stephens on 1 Jan 1896 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa.(104) Marriage License. Children were: Clifford Stephens, Harold H. Stephens, UNKNOWN, Dorothy A. Stephens.


bullet Pauline E. Carhart (Private). Parents: Earl Clyde Carhart M.D. and Kathleen Mary White RN.


bullet Phyllis Gwendolyn (Joy) Carhart (Private). Parents: Earl Clyde Carhart M.D. and Kathleen Mary White RN.

She was married to Houghton Norfleet on 2 Dec 1932.


bulletRalph Miller Carhart appeared on the census in 1900 in Des Moines, Polk, IA. (105) He was born on 14 May 1900 in Des Moines, Polk, IA.(38) He appeared on the census in 1920 in Wayne, Wayne, NE.(106) He resided at in Jun 1933 in Randolph, Cedar, NE.(53) He died on 10 Nov 1965 in Wayne, Wayne, NE. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Wayne, NE. 1900 - resided in Des Moines, Polk Co., Iowa (1900 Census).
1920 - resided on Douglas St., Wayne, Wayne Co., Nebraska (1920 Census). Parents: Charles Eugene Carhart and Mary Ethel Miller "Ethel".

He was married to Fauneil Bernice Senter on 15 Jun 1927.(38) Children were: Charles Victor Carhart, Mary Fauneil Carhart.


bullet Robert Carhart was born about Jan 1736/37 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. He was baptized on 15 Jan 1736/37 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. (107)(108) He died in settled near Albany, NY. Parents: Stephen Carhart and Frances Best.


bullet Robert Arthur Carhart (Private). Parents: John Chalmers Carhart and Winifred Louise Main.

He was married to Marilyn Joann Grone on 11 Jan 1959 in Wayne, Wayne, NE. Children were: Scott Brian Carhart, JeanAnn Winn Carhart, John Spencer Carhart.


bullet Sarah Mary Carhart was born on 18 Jul 1847 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. She appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. She died in 1887. Parents: Stephen Carhart and Eliza Rundell .

She was married to Edward Huling on 13 May 1866 in Mineral Point, Iowa, WI.(109) Children were: Charles Carhart Huling, George Arculis Huling, Lulu B. Huling, Edward S. Huling.


bullet Scott Brian Carhart (Private). Parents: Robert Arthur Carhart and Marilyn Joann Grone.

Children were: Hannah Michelle Carhart.


bulletStephen Carhart(110) was born on 3 Feb 1816 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England.(111) See copy of original birth record from St. Ervan Parish. He was christened on 6 Feb 1816 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. (112) 6 Feb 1816, Stephen, son of John & Mary Carhart, of Downs, Occupation Thatcher.
Ceremony performed by J. J. Hamley. He immigrated in 1842 to America. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Wisconsin. He died on 5 Jan 1895 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mapleton, Monona, IA. He was a Miller. He was a Farmer. Marriage record for James Rundle states that James was born in England (which would have been in 1843)

moved to Platteville, Wisc. with Eliza in 1842

Family of Stephen Carhart - 1816-1895

Elisa Carhart, familiarly known as "Aunt Elisa", was the first of a family of fourteen children born to James and Betsy Rundell. Aunt Elisa was born in the parish of St. Eval, in the county of Cornwall, England, on 18 August 1811. On 20 November 1841, she was married to Stephen Carhart, a miller by trade.

In 1842, Uncle Stephen and Aunt Elisa came to America, the first of their people to leave their native land to make their home in a foreign country. They left the port of Padstow on 8 April 1842, and landed at the town of Lewiston, New York, in the same year. From Lewiston they made their way overland to Iowa, near Iowa City. After a time they removed to Wisconsin and settled on a farm three miles southeast of the small village of Platteville, on a farm three miles southeast of the small village of Platteville. At that time, much of the county was unoccupied, consisting of open prairie and virgin forest. They soon fell in love with their new home and surroundings and wrote glowing accounts to their relatives and friends back in England. Within a few years most of Aunt Elisa's family (comprised of both Rundells and Biddicks) left England for homes in southwest Wisconsin.

The Carharts, being the first settlers, the new emigrants naturally sought their home for temporary shelter. Thus the latch string always hung out. While living on their Platteville farm, seven children were born to Stephen and Elisa: James, Stephen, Sarah, John, Bessie, Fannie, and George W.

On February 1866, Uncle Stephen purchased a flour mill on the Little Platte River, northwest of the city of Platteville, at a total cost of $14,000. The mill was variously known first as the "Augustine", the "Carhart", and finally the "Jacobs" Mill. It was built of Calena limestone and was sometimes informally called the Rock Mill.

On account of heavy rains and high waters, Uncle Stephen had a lot of trouble with his dam. He finally disposed of his mill property 12 December 1867, for $18,000 and bought a large farm in central Iowa, where the family resided for a number or years. The latter-part of their lives were spent in the little city of Mapleton, Iowa, where they are both buried. Uncle Stephen attained the age of seventy-nine, while Aunt Elisa lived to be more than ninety-one years old.

Excepting Fannie, all the children lived to maturity. The six children married. All, excepting Bessie, had children of their own.

Probably the most important relic left by Betsy Paynter Rundell was the "Mourning" ring, a gold-banded ring that had been passed from one brother to another. (We have no record of exactly how Betsy received it -- we assume it passed ot her on the death of the second brother). Aunt Elisa received this ring and she gave it to her youngest son George, who in turn gave it to his son Arthur.
Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.

He was married to Eliza Rundell on 20 Nov 1841 in Cornwall, England.(111) Children were: James Rundle Carhart, Stephen Hercules Carhart, Sarah Mary Carhart, John Samuel Carhart, Betsy Ann Carhart, Fanny Eliza Carhart, George William Carhart.


bullet Stephen Carhart Parents: William Carhart and Mary Pascoe.

He was married to Frances Best on 2 Nov 1735 in St. Columb-Major, Cornwall, England. (113) Children were: Robert Carhart, John Carhart, Mary Carhart.


bullet Stephen Hercules Carhart (photo) was born on 30 Oct 1845 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He appeared on the census in 1860 in Platteville, Grant, Wis.. He resided at in 1883 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He appeared on the census in 1900 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa.(114) He was a Postmaster between 23 Apr 1909 and 6 Jun 1913 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He appeared on the census in 1920 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa.(115) Resided at 615 Sioux Ave., Mapleton, Monona Co., Iowa He resided at on 6 Jun 1923 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He died on 2 Mar 1936 in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. (116) He was buried in Mount Hope Cemetery, Mapleton, Monona, IA. He was a Mayor in Mapleton, Monona, Iowa. He was a Hardware Merchant. Parents: Stephen Carhart and Eliza Rundell.

He was married to Josephine C. Snyder on 10 Apr 1878. Children were: Earl George Carhart , Clarence D. Carhart.


bullet Thomas Carhart was born about Oct 1828 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. He was christened on 9 Oct 1828 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. (62)(117) Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.


bullet Thomas Carhart Parents: Carhart.

He was married to Susannah James on 5 Oct 1699 in Roche, Cornwall, England. Children were: Mary Carhart, Joseph Carhart, Catharine Carhart.


bullet William Carhart was born about Oct 1809 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. He was christened on 30 Oct 1809 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. (118) He was a Labourer between 1833 and 1835 in Rumford, St. Ervan, Cornwall, England. Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.

He was married to Ann Hoskin on 23 Mar 1833 in St. Ervan, Cornwall, England.(62) (119) See copy in file.
Marriage by banns.
Witnesses: John Carhart and John Hoskin. Children were: John Carhart, John Hoskin Carhart, Maria Carhart.


bullet William Carhart Handwritten note from J. Hambley Rowe, Vice President Royal Cornwall Polytecnic Society, England Parents: Carhart.

He was married to Mary Pascoe on 29 Jun 1702 in Roche, Cornwall, England. Children were: Stephen Carhart .


bullet William Carhart was born about Sep 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. He was christened on 27 Sep 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. (120) He died about Nov 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. He was buried on 2 Nov 1807 in St. Issey, Cornwall, England. (121) Parents: John Carhart and Mary Bond.


bullet William Charles Carhart (Private). Parents: Charles Victor Carhart and Joan Faye Jones.


bullet Robert Carharte Handwritten note from J. Hambley Rowe, Vice President, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, England, March 11, 1935. Parents: Stephen Carhartte and Mary Rosevear.

He was married to Florance in Jun 1600 in Roche, Cornwall, England. Children were: John Carharth.


bullet John Carharth Handwritten note from J. Hambley Rowe, Vice President, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, England, March 11, 1935. Parents: Robert Carharte and Florance.

He was married to Anne Peaves on 2 Sep 1624 in Roche, Cornwall, England. Children were: Carhart.


bullet Stephen Carhartte Handwritten note from J. Hambley Rowe, Vice President, Royal Cornwall Polytechnic Society, England, March 11, 1935.

He was married to Mary Rosevear on 2 Jul 1578 in Roche, Cornwall, England. Children were: Robert Carharte.


bullet Chad


bullet? Churchill was born in 1587 in Weymouth, Dorsetshire, England. She died before 1635 in England. She has reference number 8MZW-7H.

Children were: Vincent Meigs Jr., John Meigs, Mark Meigs.


bulletOthneil Clark(122) appeared on the census in 1810 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY.(123) 1810 - Found household of Othniel Clark. See copy on file.
Males: 0-9 - 1, 10-15 - 2, 45+ - 1
Females: 16-25 - 1, 45+ - 1 He owned property in the town of Cazinovia, Madison, Co., NY on 18 May 1814 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. About 70 acres in the Village of Cazinovia purchased from Zadock and Lucy Sweet for $1336.25. He appeared on the census in 1820 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. (124) 1820 - Othneil Clark family found -- Cazenova, Madison, New York.
Males: 10-15 - 1, 26-44 - 2
Females: 0-9 - 2, 10-15 - 1, 16-25 - 1, 26-44 - 1, 45+ - 1.
He appeared on the census in 1830 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. (125) 1830 - Othnial Clark.
Males: 10-14 - 1, 15-19 - 1, 30-39 - 1, 50-59 - 1
Females: 10-14 - 1, 15-19 - 1, 20-29 - 1, 30-39 - 1 On Cazenovia jury list 1813.

Children were: Rosanna Clark, Sarah Clark.

He was married to Sarah after 1820.


bullet Rosanna Clark (photo) was born on 10 May 1811 in Connecticut. She appeared on the census in 1860 in Taylor, Benton, IA. She appeared on the census in 1870 in Vinton, Benton, IA. (126) She appeared on the census in 1880 in Vinton, Benton, IA. (127) She died on 3 Oct 1891 in Vinton, Benton, IA. She Obituary published on 10 Oct 1891 in Vinton, Benton, IA. In Vinton, Iowa, Oct. 2nd, 1891, aged 80 years, 4 months, 23 days, Rosannah Clark Redfield, wife of S. D. Redfield.
"Then fell upon that house a sudden gloom,
A shadow upon those features fair and thin;
And softly, from that hushed and darkened room,
Two angels issued, where but one went in."
Born in Connecticut in 1811, Rosanna Clark was married to S. D. Redfield April 3d, 1834. The family came to Vinton in 1856, wich has since been their continuous home. Of the three children, two remain to mingle tears of sorrow with those of the aged husband and father, just entering upon his 86th year.
Mrs. Redfiled was a member of the Methodist church more than half a century. Never emotional in the expression of religious feeling, she was yet firm and steadfast in faith, from the time of her espousal of Christ, until death, "That golden key," opened to her "the palace of eternity."
About eight years ago, Mrs. Redfield was seriously injured by an accident, which, for several months rendered her almost helpless, and which during the remainder of her life, caused her much suffering and inconvenience; yet she endured it all patiently and uncomplainingly, as did the devoted husband, whose constant attention and living sympathy made bright the closing years of a long and happy married life. The domestic life of Father and Mother Redfield is in itself a poem of many beautiful stanzas. With unfaltering devotion to each other, they walked hand in hand through more than a half century of stirring events, scattering benedictions upon all who came within their influence.
The bereaved and aged husband has the earnest sympathy of all who know him, and it is the wish of all, that his last days, which cannot be many more, though still blessed with a good degree of health and strength, may be among his happiest days. May he
"Sink to the grave in unperceived decay,
While resignation gently slopes the way;
And all his prospects brightening to the last,
His Heaven commence are the world be past."

She resided at in New York. She was Methodist. Parents: Othneil Clark and Marion Walker.

She was married to Stephen Dexter Redfield on 3 Apr 1834 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. Children were: Wilbur Fiske Redfield , Sarah Maria Redfield, Rosa Camelia Redfield.


bullet Sarah Clark was born on 7 Nov 1817 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. She died on 6 Jan 1898 in Cazenovia, Madison, NY. She was Methodist. Parents: Othneil Clark and Marion Walker.

She was married to William Haight in 1849. Children were: S. Cornelia Haight.


bullet Ann Cocking was born in 1730 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. She was christened on 28 Nov 1730 in Redruth, Cornwall, England.(128) She died in 1732 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. She was buried on 14 Apr 1732 in Redruth, Cornwall, England.(129) Parents: Thomas Cocking and Joan Nicholas.


bullet Joan Cocking was born in 1726 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. She was christened on 16 Jul 1726 in Redruth, Cornwall, England.(130) Parents: Thomas Cocking and Joan Nicholas.

She was married to John Ellery on 3 Feb 1744 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. Cornwall Parish Registers, 1717-1812, p. 15 Children were: Henry Ellery, Honor Ellery, Elizabeth Ellery, Prudence Ellery, Henry Ellery, John Ellery, Nicholas Ellery, Honour Ellery, Anne Ellery.


bullet Joseph Cocking was born in 1721 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. He was christened on 2 Apr 1721 in Redruth, Cornwall, England.(131) In the records, spelled "Cockain" Parents: Thomas Cocking and Joan Nicholas.


bullet Margery Cocking was born in 1728 in Redruth, Cornwall, England. She was christened on 30 Nov 1728 in Redruth, Cornwall, England.(132) Parents: Thomas Cocking and Joan Nicholas.

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