Last name: Hart
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I think the text here overlooks the first Hart to sail from England to the New World, Henry Hart, who came to Jamestown in the 1620s. His son, Thomas, married the granddaughter of William Spencer, one of the original Jamestown colonists, and Ann Lightfoot Spencer. Henry was born in Scarning, Norfolk, England, in 1595.
Hi Jim! I have an uncle Jim who lives in upstate NY. My grandmother married into the family and she put together a book about our history. It goes pretty far back.
Could possibly write a book on this in Australia i'm related to the to Ned Kellie through his sisters relationship with Steve Hart i was born Delainey but ended up after my mothers maiden name of Hart through a process called deedplole by all accounts i'm english irish never really cared and i still don't . Just thought that this would be an interesting post?
i have been looking up my ancestore but cant seem to get anywhere my dad had always beentold we were indian i dont know where he got that at im not finding it. i know my mom is scottish and irish her dads last name is cochran.
Sooooo cool I didn't know much but it ment a white stag
I think Hart came from hunting stags but I could be wrong. There were many early Scot-Irish who did more than just trade with native people, there's a few in my tree that I know of.
fortis a fidelity
My last name is Hartfield is that German
My grandfather John Hart who was born in Bronx New york and who lived most of his life in Aruba has just passed on. I wasn't raised by this side of the family so I know very little. His father who was according to some sources Juan Hart and he was born In Bonaire (Dutch Caribbean) and left to New York for a better life where he had I think a brother there. He lived in Bronx for mane years till my Grandfather was born and they left to Bonaire again. Sadly both Juan and his wife died at a young age and left the kids alone. I would like to know if anyone might know of the Hart family who were part of some mission to go to the caribbean at some point. I am thinking they must have had either a link to English settles in the 1800's or Dutch. I would appreciate any information. email@example.com
Jon Lee Hart
I was born and raised in South Georgia in the little town of Waycross. Many Harts were born in Georgia including the cities of Savannah and Brunswick. Our family is mostly light skinned and reddish blonde hair, which seems to make sense for an Irish origin. The Hart family are loyal and hard workers. Strong sense of family and very hot blooded. It's great to be a Hart!