Hartt Family



Contributed to Genealogy Trails by Mrs. Carole Dick

Lorain Co. News January 7, 1863 - Marriage

(Cornelia, Sylvester, George, Zerrubable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Hart- Eckler- On the 25th of December 1982, at the residence of the Brides father, in Oberlin, Ohio, by Rev. A.K. Owen, Mr. John H. Eckler of Carlisle and Miss Cornelia M. Hart of Oberlin were married.


Oberlin Weekly News, April 29, 1875

(John, Sylvester, George, Zerrubable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Hart- Preston- On Wednesday evening, April 21, 1875, at the residence of the brides parents, No. 5 North Pleasant Street, Oberlin, Ohio by Rev H. H. Bawden, Mr. John B. Hart, of Sandusky, Ohio and Miss Julia A. Preston, of Oberlin were married.


The Elyria Republican Sept 9, 1897

(Henry, Sylvester, George, Zerebbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Henry Hart-Murray Ridge September 7th 1897
The news of the sudden death of Mr. Henry Hart, a resident of Carlisle, was received with sadness by the people of his neighbourhood, on Sunday. Mr. Hart was well and favorably known throughout the county. The family has the sympathy of all in their great bereavement.

September 9, 1897

Henry Hart, of Carlisle, died early Sunday morning of paralysis, aged 67 years.  The deceased leaves a large family. He was born on the farm where he died. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon and the remains interred in the family cemetery.

Card of Thanks

Mrs. Henry Hart and family wish to extend thanks to neighbors and friends for their kindness and deep sympathy during the short illness and death of the beloved husband and father.


The Oberin News Feb. 11, 1910

(Bertha is a wife of Henry Hart)

Still Another Suit
Sewer Farm Draws Fire from Another Irate Property Owner

Bertha (Buehring) Hart, of Carlisle, executrix of the Estate of Henry Hart, has filed suit against the village of Oberlin for the sum of $3,5000 damage, which she alleges has sustained to her land by reason of the contamination of the water of Plum Creek by sewage from Oberlin.

These cases will probably be strung out over many terms of court before they reach a hearing or are terminated.


Toledo Blade Dec 13, 1899
Death Notice

(John B (Aka Jeremiah) Sylvester, George, Zerrubable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Hart- John B. died at his late residence, 520 Stickney Ave. Dec. 12, 1899 at 8 a.m. The deceased was well known and had a wide circle of friends. Funeral from residence Thursday at 2 p.m. Burial private.


Sandusky Daily Register Dec 13, 1899

Former Sanduskian Dead
J. B. Hart, a former resident of Sandusky, died Tuesday at his home at Toledo after a long and painful illness.  He was well known among vessel men along the lakes. The funeral will take place tomorrow.


The Oberlin News Friday May 30, 1903

(Flavius, Sylvester, George, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Final Separations
The case of Flavious A. Hart versus Olive A. Hart, petition for divorce with a cross petition on the part of Mrs. Hart, occupied several days in the court of common pleas at Elyria, ending on Monday by Judge Kohler granting a divorce to Mrs. Hart. On Wednesday the alimony was settled. Mrs. Hart was given the business property on South Main Street now occupied by Hart and Sperry, furniture dealers, and the U.S. Express office, valued at from $7000 to $11,000 and Mr. Hart the farm east of Oberlin, valued at from $7000 to $11,000 and the homestead on East College Street with twenty-one acres of land valued at from $4000 to $6000. The custody of the youngest son, who is nineteen years of age, was given to Mrs. Hart.  Mrs. Harts attorneys were W. B. Bedortha of this place and Geo. E. Crane of Kenton and Mr. Harts were E. G. Johnson and Lee Stroup of Elyria.


Oberlin News April 5, 1904 page 1

(Elizabeth, Sylvester, George, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Elizabeth C. Hart- age 70 years, dies Sunday, April 3, 1904 at the residence of her brother, 525 East College Street, at 5 a.m. Funeral private.

Relief Hart- On Jan. 5, Mrs. Relief (Baldwin) Hart, widow of the late Sylvester Hart died at her home in Oberlin, aged nearly 88 and one half years. She was the mother of Henry Hart and Mrs. Eckler of Carlisle. Miss Elizabeth Hart, F.A. hart of Oberlin and J. B Hart of Toledo.


Oberlin News April 24, 1912

(Eugene, Flavious, Sylvester, George, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Eugene Hart and Miss Marion Thompson of Cleveland were married Wednesday, April 17, at Dunkirk, N.Y. They will be at home to their friends at 1357 Warren Road, Lakewood, Ohio, after June 16. Mr. Hart was a former Oberlin boy and has many friends here who will extend best wishes for a happy marriage.


The Elyria Democrat, Elyria, Ohio August 20, 1914

(Charles, Cornelia, Sylvester, Geroge, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

Marriage announcement of Charles Eckler
Mr. Charles Eckler of Indianapolis is a guest of his mother, Mrs. Cornelia Eckler.  Mr. Ecklers marriage to Miss Minnie Schueurer is to soon take place, but the day has not yet been announced.


The Chronicle Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) Dec 9, 1920

(Cornelia, Sylvester, George, Zerubbable, John, Samuel, Isaac)

The death of Mrs. Cornella Hart Eckler, 83, took place last night at her home, 701 East Avenue, after an extended illness.

Mrs. Eckler was one of the countys pioneers. She was born in Carlisle, Sept. 21, 1936, living in Carlisle, Oberlin and Elyria all her life. She married to John Eckler in 1862, whose death took place 27 years ago. Six children were born, four of who are now living. Mrs. Bertha M. Hinkson, Mrs. Katherine M. Champney, Frank and Charles R. Eckler all of Elyria. Geroge died in infancy and Henry, nine years ago. For the past twenty years her home has been in this city.

Mrs. Eckler was of a pleasing personality, with a strong character, having many friends who admired her for her womanly qualities. She lived an unselfish life, and will be missed by many friends.

Funeral services will be held at 1 o clock Saturday afternoon at the home, 701 East Ave. Burial in Carlisle cemetery.


The Chronicle Telegram Dec 1, 1921

Mrs. Jennie Hart and two sons, Henry and Arthur left for New Smyrna, Fla. where they will spend the winter. They went by the way of Washington, D. C. from there by boat to Jacksonville and then across to New Smyrna.


The Chronicle Telegram Elyria, Lorain Co. Ohio, Feb 8, 1936

(Wife of Sylvester Hart)

Jeanie Hart dies at Oberlin, Ohio Feb 8, 1936, Mrs. Jennie B. Hart, 64, passed away early this morning at Allen Hospital after a two weeks illness. Mrs. Hart was born August 15, 1871 in Cleveland.  She came to Oberlin in June 1905 at the time of her marriage to Flavious A. Hart, who passed away in 1918.

Surviving are two sons, Arthur and Henry of Oberlin, also a sister Mrs. Will Morris of Cleveland.

Arrangements have not been completed for the funeral services, which will probably be held Monday afternoon at the Sedgeman Funeral Parlor.