James Hart Family Genealogy
HART FAMILY REUNIONS

The beginning of the day finds M.A. Hart with his "helpers" unloading the cars and setting up for the reunion. Sam Hart had arrived from GA the day before so was on hand to help this year.













--- John Tanner & Sam Hart on the left ----






The "whole bunch" before dinner

Some more of the "whole bunch" after dinner

John Tanner's family history chart- "Simply amazing"

The "Newbies" - Attending for the first time


Larry Hart is the son of Ezra & Geneva Hart, both deceased & his wife Sandy.

Larry & Sandy live in Longview, WA & Sandy retired just recently & Larry will retire next March.

They have attended several of our Reunion's in the past & tell me they will be here next year. They are really & I mean really a nice couple. - says M. A. Hart


Kim Hart says "Boy are you ever lucky to get a picture of Uncle Larry- whenever I pull out the camera he becomes quite difficult!!!!"



In front: Sharon Hart, wife of our Auctioner & cousin Dick Hart, his mother & my (M.A.'s) Aunt Ora Hart, widow of uncle Amos Hart.

Top: Cousin Bobby Roussel, his uncle Neal & Aunt Christine (Hart) Mansfield. Looks like Christine & Bobby are having a good discussion. About family, I am sure -








Keith Roussel from Arizona..


There is quite a story behind the "walking sticks" that he makes..

One was auctioned off at the Reunon - brought at least $50.00










Bob Glasco, Dover, AR., & John Hannah, Benton, AR. - On the Right The Manfields



M.A. Hart



"MASTER OF CEREMONIES"











THE " NEWBIES " (First Time to Attend)
Back Row: Sue (Hart) Fulks, her brother Stan Hart, Larry Hart, Bobby Roussel, Jerry Hart (M.A's Brother), Margaret Duncan & I believe her husband Jim Duncan is behind John Hannah?

Front Row: Sam Hart, Judie Boone, ?? , Christine Walters, John Hannah, Bette Crabtree




Richard "Dick" Hart, the family auctioneer. He did an excellent job of getting the highest possible price for the family items contributed to the auction. The Walking Stick brought over $50.00 and the Pillow Cases (that I really tried to get) brought over $25.00 and several "surprise items" brought some good money.

Judie Boone managed to get about three items.. I remember she got the "green frog" - the first item offered..

So many nice things offered and believe me - next year I'll be looking for another pair of hand stitched pillow cases.




It was a wonderful time - had by all ..
The photos came from myself, Christine Walters, Judie Boone and Sam Hart