Annabelle Piatt Hart

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Biographies: Camanche, Clinton County, Iowa

From the 1879 History of Clinton County, Iowa by L. P. Allen

HIRAM A. HART, Sec. 20; P. O. Camanche; was born in Butler Co., Ohio, in 1808; came to Iowa in 1849 and entered a tract of land; returned to Indiana, where his family was residing.

He married, in Indiana, in 1848, Miss Mary J. McGuire; they have four sons and four daughters living-Abraham P., Flora B. (now Mrs. Ciswell), James W. M., Clotie (now Mrs. Smith), Charles R., Francis M., John S and Mary Jane; the parents of Mrs. H., James and Susan (Fleck) McGuire, were natives of Ireland and Indiana; her father entered a very extensive tract of land in 1849, lying between Camanche and Low Moor. In 1850, Mr. Hart removed to Iowa with his family, and improved his land, a part of which he now resides upon; his home farm consists of 800 acres. The parents of Mr. Hart, William and Annabelle (PIATT) Hart, were natives of Ohio, where they resided till their deaths. Mr. Hart was elected to the office of Representative of Dearborn Co., Ind., and served one term prior to coming to Iowa. He is a member of A., F. & A. M., in the higher degrees of that Order. He is a Democrat.

submitted by Laverne Ingram Piatt

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