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Ancestor: Hawkins Hart (1736-1824)

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Date: 2 Oct 1924 [unknown]
Location: Auburn, Placer County, California, United Statesmap
Surnames/tags: Hart Parker
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Sons of American Revolution (SAR)

Membership application

  1. Date approved: 02 Oct 1924
  2. National Number: 40762
    1. Location: Auburn, California
Credential of Ivan Henry Parker (former member of the Legislature) [1]
I, Ivan Henry Parker, being of the age of twenty-one years and upwards, to wit, of the age of 61, hereby apply for membership in this Society by right of lineal descent in the following line from Hawkins Hart, who was born in Wallingford, Connecticut, on February 1736, and died in Barkhamsted, Connecticut on the 26th day of May 1824, and who assisted in establishing American Independence.
I was born in Shellsburg, County of Benton, State of Iowa, on the 17th of April 1863
  1. I am the son of Henry E Parker, born 05 Jul 1834, died 12 Jan 1898, and his wife, Sarah Rathburn, born 11 Jan 1843, died 19 August 1909, married 10 Nov 1859
  2. grandson of Noyes Parker, born 24 Jan 1794, died 20 Dec 1899, and his wife, Susan Kingsberry, born 19 Mar 1800, died 04 Feb 1862, married 11 Sep 1820
  3. great grandson of Lovel Parker, born 05 Jul 1762, died 05 Jul 1842, and his wife, Hannah Hart, born 20 Sep 1766, died 05 Jul 1850, married 22 May 1792
  4. great great grandson of Hawkins Hart, born Feb 1736, died 26 May 1824, and his wife Abigail Hall, born 15 May 1737, died 20 May 1807, married 12 Feb 1761
and the said Hawkins Hart (No 4) is the ancestor who assisted in establishing American Independence, while acting in the capacity of Commissioned Army First 5th Company, Colonel Douglas? Regiment in June 1776 - Connecticut Soldiers in Revolution -
My ancestor's services in assisting in the establishment of American Independence during the War of the Revolution were as follows:
Hawkins Hart, father of Hannah Hart was Commissioned Army Lieutenant in 5th Company, Colonel Douglas? Regiment in June 1776. This regiment was in the Battle of Long Island at the defense of New York and at the Battle of White Plains, New York. He also served at other times during the Revolutionary War - Was then of Wallingford, Connecticut, (now Meridan). Removed to Barkhamsted, Connecticut, and died in 1824. Records of Connecticut Men in Revolution. Records of Barkhamsted Men in Revolution. Adjutant General's Office, Hartford, Connecticut.
Full maiden name of applicant's wife, Alice A Butler
Names of Children and Grandchildren of Applicant.
  1. Name: Henry A Parker
    1. Date of birth: 11 Aug 1891
    2. Residence: San Fransisco, California
  2. Name: Ivan H Parker Jr
    1. Date of birth: 10 Dec 1898
    2. Residence: San Fransisco, California
The following are references to the authorities for the above statements:
  1. Connecticut Men in Revolution - Adjutant General's Office, Hartford, Connecticut
  2. Barkhamsted Men in Revolution - Adjutant General's Office, Hartford, Connecticut
  3. Family Records and Genealogy of Parker and Hart Families, Davis 1898 - Complied by Rufus H & L.M. Parker, Connecticut Men in the Revolution, page 406, 444, 480.
Signed, Ivan Henry Parker

Research Notes

Search for the book by Davis, ca 1898 [2]
  1. The book as referenced has yet to be found. Heiden-124 22:00, 24 September 2017 (EDT)

Sources

  1. "Membership Application of Ivan Henry Parker". Ancestor: Hawkins Hart. National Number 40762. State Number 1217. 02 Oct 1924. United States. The California Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. ancestry.com. Subscription required. (Accessed 24 Sep 2017)
  2. "Family Records and Genealogy of Parker and Hart Families", Davis 1898 - Complied by Rufus H & L.M. Parker, Connecticut Men in the Revolution, page 406, 444, 480.




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