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From: Merle Rummel <>
Subject: Re: Daniel Hart
Date: Wed, 07 Apr 1999 07:20:52 -0400

At 11:25 PM 4/6/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>I have acquired two different genealogies for Daniel Hart of 4-Mile from
>people on the web.
>any idea of which if either is correct as I am still trying to link this
>family with that of Elder John
>Hart born Pa. 1772
I have much on the local children in this family: Maria (Lybrook) Hart
made up a good set of records, at least on her family (wife of John Hart),
they built the huge brick house right at the State Line, on the Boston Pike
(IN 277).

b. 1781 Wilkes Co NC b. 29 Apr 1793 Wilkes Co NC
d. 1 Apr 1856 Preble Co OH d. 4 Sep 1856 Preble Co OH
bur: Lybrook Cemetery bur: Lybrook Cemetery
f. ?James Hart ?Jr f. William Curry
m. Cruisey m. Elizabeth Moore
Sarah (1814-1876) m. 1857, James Grimes Union Co IN
Elizabeth (1816-1895) m. 1850, Joel Railsback Wayne Co IN
William (1817-1851) m. 1843, Francis M Hunt Noble Co IN
James (1819-1906) m. 1851, Minerva Smelser Union Co IN
John (1821-1889) m. 1845, Maria Lybrook Union Co IN
Melinda (1823-1902) m. 1846, Sanders Widup Union Co IN
Isaac (1824- m. Mary C Lafuze Preble Co OH
George (1826-1856) m. 1852, Hannah Raper Union Co IN
Rebecca (1829-1880) m. 1861, Solomon Miller Four Mile
Samuel (1830-1915) nm
?bros: John/Christian
27 Sep 1814 sale of land: Fishing Creek, Wilkes Co. NC
1814 -to Four Mile, bought farm from Philip Lybrook
on Preble Co. side of State Line Road, north of Boston Pike

I found Daniel listed in Wilkes County NC sale of the land, with mother
named: Cruisey, and two other Harts: John, Christian

Previous information in Wilkes County, gave one: James Hart Jr (no other
Harts). This family would have been part of the Brethren/Dunker migration
down the Valley of Virginia from Pennsylvania. This was my only Carolina
Family on the Four Mile.

The old Lybrook Cemetery is now called the Railsback Cemetery (or
Lybrook-Railsback Cem), since Joel Railsback bought the farm, when it was
sold from the estate of Philip Lybrook.

(I helped start the Friendship Church in Wilksboro, Wilkes Co NC -years
ago. We bought our supplies from Lowes -when it was only the town Lumber
Company -on the corner.)

Merle Rummel
Church Historian

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