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About Isaac Hart
Parents:Thomas Hart 1592-1662 and Alice Waters 1598-1620
Wife Elizabeth Hutchinson 1622-1700
Child Adam 1666-1745
Isaac embarked at Yarmouth, England April 11, 1636, at the age of 22, on a vessel named "Rose". The "Rose" with its passengers and crew landed in America only 16 years after the "Mayflower" landed at Plymouth Rock. Isaac was married in 1650 in Reading, Middlesex, Massachusetts to Elizabeth Hutchinson of Charleston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, daughter of Thomas Hutchinson (b. c.1600) Inkberrow, Worchester, England and Anne Marbury Browne (b. c.1605) also of Inkberrow, Worchester, England.
Elizabeth was imprisoned for witchcraft in Boston for seven months.
Hart House in Lynnfield, MA was built in 1695. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
-------------------- ISAAC HART He was born in Scratby, County of Norfolk, England about the year 1614. He left England from Yarmouth in April 11,1636 (age 22) He sailed in the vessel called “Rose” as a servant (tutor) in the family of Richard Carver. He made his home at Watertown, Mass. So you see he landed in America only 16 years after the "Mayflower". Isaac married Elizabeth Hutchins about 1650 at Habstown, Mass. So she, too, had arrived in America at the beginning of settlement. He bought land in Watertown in 1642 and built a cottage. He sold this in 1656 and purchased a farm of 270 acres in Reading (now North Lynnfield, Mass.) He became a soldier in "King Phillip's War and served in Captain Gardner’s company from February, 1675 until November, 1676. Elizabeth was accused of witchcraft and sent to prison in Boston on May 18, 1692 and held there until Dec. Her son, Thomas petitioned the court for her release. *Source book by James M. Hartt , in archives. Isaac died Feb. 10, 1699. Elizabeth died Nov. 28. 1700 From "Emigrant Ancestors" Family History: 217 Genealogy Books April 11, 1637. The examination of RICHARD CARUCAR, of Strathby