LET US REVIEW THE PAST. ISAAC HARTT 1614- 1699 CAME TO WATERTOWN MA. ON THE SHIP “ROSE” IN 1636 Married Elizabeth Hutchins (1622 – 1700) in 1650. They had 7 children. THE HOUSE THAT ISAAC BUILT. C 1 6 7 0 s. Still Stands Today. BEAMS IN HARTT HOUSE BUILT IN c. 1670s.
ISAAC HARTT 1614- 1699
CAME TO WATERTOWN MA. ON THE SHIP “ROSE” IN 1636
Married Elizabeth Hutchins (1622 – 1700) in 1650. They had 7 children.
1854 - 1930
1863 - 1919
Charlotte Annie Hartt first to come West to Tacoma, WA. About 1888/89. Married Arthur D. Lewis, who died in 1924. She returned to New Brunswick and made her home with her sister Carrie McPhail
Next to come West. About 1894 or 1895. Taught school in Yelm .
Called Bogie by
Those nearest him,
Mary Alberta’s second husband
and Father of Frank Dayton Johnson.
John was from
Silvia married James Ismay in 1907. Gladys Grace was born in 1908, and Harold Robert 1912. The marriage ended in divorce in 1913. In 1914 Silvia married John Kittelman and had 6 more children. Ernest, Norma (Betty), John that died at birth, Glen, Marry and Eva
Gladys married Mike Harpel with whom she had two sons. Ralph (1927 – 1978)and Richard. (1931-1976) Richard adopted Gladys’ second husband, Forrest Ballards’ name.
John Herbert 1937 –1956
James Dwight 1939
Silvia & John known as Jack on their 50th Wedding Anniversary.
TAKEN WHEN SHE WAS
8 YEARS OLD
Hartts at the Junglo, Paul & Franks’ home.Back row: Cal Buscher, son in law –Bruce, son, H.B. HarttPaul H., Katherine H., Jennie H. Jean H. Charlotte H.
Joe Hartt, Frank H., Isobel Hartt and Jack Hartt by Car.
OF HER SISTERS,
PAUL & BRUCE
ROY, KATHERINE, AND FRANK.
Paul & Bruce are in uniform WWI
BOOT & SHOE
Author of 13 books on Art History.
Rollin, Jarvis, Aaron, Samuel Sr. Jonathan, Samuel, Issac Hartt
Bruce, John, Allan, Isobel, Jane, and Eleanor
WILLIAM CHARLES HARTT
Beside Rose Trellis
At the home at 5616 So. Warner St. in South Tacoma
A B-29 PILOT
IN WW II
Photo Taken in
Shot down over Tokyo 4/11/45
b. 1927 – d. 1978
Mary Kittelman, Housden
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Parents of Virginia
Almon Ray Phillips
Left to Right
DAUGHTER GLADYS and a bit of Gladys’s hair taken about 1911.
Gladys, Silvia and Mary Alberta