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Bonner and Hart Families in Champion
Posted by: Pamela Servise (ID *****3272) Date: August 02, 2005 at 19:34:50
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We seek connections with the Leonard T Bonner family.
His wife, Sarah L. Hart is a sister to ...

William Riley Hart. They are found in Champion, on the 1900 Census, shared by Barry Hart.

The Harts have a dau Edith Pearl Hart, b. @ 1895, and a son Delbert Hart, b. @ 1898. Their mother, Martha L aka Mattie Lee nee Foley, b. 1867, was b. in KY. By 1914 this family is recorded in the Imperial Reporter, actually Edith Pearl Hart is noted, to have graduated in Middlesboro KY. Shared by Kermit Carns.

I located Edith Pearl Hart and both her parents in the Middlesboro Cemetery in Middlesboro KY.
Family search . org gives a marrige date for Wm. Hart and Mattie Lee Foley, of March 03.1893 KY, and a son Elwood Hart, b. 1894 KY. Shared by Sherry Parker.

I think they go to Chase County NE for a time, before returning to KY. The presence of his siter Sarah L Bonner makes for William Hart's family ties there.

William Hart and Sarah L. Hart Bonner are both children of Andrew Hart and Louvicy Michael WI>NE>OK. They migrated from WI Green Co., to Hamilton Co. NE, to Chase Co., NE, and the Wm. Hart Family went on to Bell Co KY.
Very interested to make a connection with the living descendants of Sarah Hart Bonner. My other email is pjaz@pacbell.net


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