Son of Henry & Nancy (Rainey) Hart

Jesse Jernigan Hart was born 25 November 1819 the son of Henry & Nancy (Rainey) Hart. He was married twice - first to Lucinda Frier who died before 1854. She was the mother of his first two children, Nancy J. and Malinda. His second marriage was to Catherine Washburn Hill on 18 September 1854 in White County Il. She was born November 1834 and died sometime after 1900. Jesse died 06 October 1886 and both are buried in the Susan Wayne Cemetery in Bollinger County MO. Jesse and Catherine were the parents of 7 children.

Children of Jesse Jernigan Hart & wife Lucinda Frier:
Nancy J. Hart born 1849
Malinda Hart born 19 Apr 1851 m John Henry Kisner

Children of Jesse Jernigan Hart & wife Catherine Washburn Hill:
Henry W. Hart born 1858 m Alice & m Minnie Christi
Albert Walker Hart born Feb 1859 m Jane Lewis
Eliza Ann Hart born 18 Nov 1862 m Wm. Isaac Roth
George Franklin Hart born 23 Dec 1863 m Sarah Caroline Washborne
Columbus Green Hart born 04 Jul 1865 m Martha Jane Christi
Orlando Hart born 1870
David Darrell Hart born 26 Nov 1872 m Margaret Annie Scott

Roy C. Hart
28 August 1902 - 01 January 1974
Roy Hart the son of the late Henry and Alice Hart was born at Dongola, Mo., August 28, 1902 and passed away at the Dexter Memorial Hospital January 1, 1974 at the age of 71 years 4 months and 3 days. Mr Hart was a retired farm laborer and resided at Gray Ridge, Mo. He was converted to Christ several years ago. Surviving are one daugher Mrs. Virginia Martin of Ferguson, Mo., one brother, John Bowers of Puxico. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday, January 4, 1974 at 1 P. M. at the Watkins & Sons Chapel in Dexter with Rev. Floyd Miller of Poplar Bluff officiating. Interment in the Hagy Cemetery. Friends may visit after 10 A.M. thursday. Watkins & Sons Service.
Obit contributed by M.A. Hart
(Photo contributed by Lisa Davis: Marion, Raymond, Roy Allen, & Sarah Caroline Hill Revelle Hart, baby unk.

Photos contributed by Carl Queen

Eliza Ann Hart born 18 November 1862, Carmi, White Co. IL, was the daughter of Jesse Jernigan Hart & Catherine Hill. She married William Isaac Roth on the 20th of November 1881 in Welch Twp., Cape Girardeau MO. William was born 12 February 1860 in Hamilton Co IL and died 29 November 1917 in the Mine accident mentioned below. Eliza died January 5, 1939 in Akron, Summit Co OH. William Isaac and Eliza (Hart) Roth had 14 children: Mary Anna, G.A, Nellie, Leroy, Estay, Floy, Elvie, S.A.,Dorothy Francis, Lela Corrine, Verna Myrtle, A.H., B.C. and H.R.

Obituary for William Isaac Roth:
William Isaac Roth was killed in an explosion at Old Ben Mine #11 near North City, two miles northwest of Christopher on Thursday night, November 29, 1917 along with seventeen others. William Isaac Roth had been a resident of Christopher, IL about four years. before that a resident of Clarkton, MO for about 15 years living on the Bob Stakes farm near Clarkton, MO. Mr. D. D. Hart from Senath, MO traveled by train to Christopher, IL to take William Isaac Roth back to Clarkton, MO by train for burial in the Mt. Gilead Cemetery at Clarkton, Dunklin Co., MO.

Sarah Caroline Washborne wife of George Franklin Hart. Born 12 October 1877, died 18 January 1972.

I'm still confused about Sarah. Her maiden name was Washborne. She was also married to a Hill Was she married to a Revelle as well. From the ages of the children in the photo below it's probable that she was first married to Mr. Revell, then George Franklin Hart. She is buried under the name of Nations.
Contributed by Lisa Davis

Photo on Left: William Brian & Marion Sanford Revelle (back) Herbert Hadley, George Franklin, Sarah Caroline (Washborne), Leslie Erwin, and Mamie Caroline Hart.
Photo on Right: Herbert Hadley Hart Truman Hart (front), Mamie Caroline Hart
Contributed by Lisa Davis

Mamie Caroline (Hart) Collins Born 2 September 1911/Died 29 June 1998
Married Jewell G. Collins / Parents of Shirley Ann Collins
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David Darrell Hart with his 2nd wife Maude Moore Hart
David was the son of Jesse Jernigan & Catherine (Hill) Hart

David D. Hart, known to his many friends as D. D. and for many years a resident of Senath community died at his home at 204 East 7th Street, Kennett, March 20, at the age of 86 years. He came to Missouri when 16 years of age, and had continued to reside here. For many years he made his home around Senath, moving to Kennett, some 28 years ago, where he operated a grocery on 713 Kennet St., for a number of years, and plied his trade as a building contractor. Mr. Hart was an ardent reader and accumaated many books over the years, many of which he donated to the Dunklin County Library. He was well known throughout the County as a fiddler and many of the “old-timers” can recall cutting the “pigeons wing” to his music. Was A Mason Mr. Hart was a member of the Masonic Lodge 513, of Senath for the past 36 years. He was first married to Annie Margaret Scott, and to this union 5 daughters were born, one, Silvia died in infancy. Following the death of Mrs. Hart he was again married to Maudie Moore and they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary last July, with a reception at Senath womans Coub. This proved to be a record day in the life of Mr. Hart, as he was carried on that day following the reception, to the Baptistry of First Baptist Church in Kennett, by his grandsons, Bob Kelley of St. Louis, and Morris Browning of Seanth, and was Baptised by Rev. Irl Richardson, into the Everette St. Baptist Church, Kennett.

2nd Obit
David Darrell Hart was born in Polk (Pope) County, Ill., in 1870 and died at his home in Kennett, Mar. 20, 1956, surrounded by his companion and his four daughters. He was 86. Funeral services were conducted at Everette Street Baptist Church Thursday by the Rev. Irl Richardson, with Baldwin Service in charge. Masonic Rites, by Kennett Lodge with burial in oak Ridge Cemetery. Survivors are: his wife Maud, 4 daughters; Mrs. Rausa Faro of Detroit, Mrs. Ina Styles of Jasper, Fla., Mrs. Oma Miller of East Chicago, Ind., Mrs. Paul Arnold of St. Louis. One Daughter, Mrs. Mattie Browning, Mother of Mrs. Charles Brooks and Morris Browning of Senath, died in 1950. There are 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild and a host of friends left to morn his passing.
Contributed by M.A. Hart

Harrold Morris Browning
Son of Cecil & Mattie (Hart) Browning
(Harrold) Morris Browning, 78, of Senath, Mo., died Thursday, July 7, 2005. Visitation will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at the United Methodist Church in Senath Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at the United Methodist Church in Senath with the Rev. Andrew Lovins officiating. Burial will follow at the Senath Cemetery. McDaniel Funeral Home of Senath is in charge of arrangements.
Contributed by M.A. Hart