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Our genealogy site features two family trees:

Both families are our earliest British-Irish immigrants during the early 1800's.

The HART Family tree contains the paternal and maternal family of HENRY HART containing about 2,900 individuals this tree features family members who lived primarily in Washington, Oregon, California, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Nebraska, Wisconsin and New York.

The HARRINGTON Family tree contains the maternal and paternal family of VIOLETTE CLARE HARRINGTON. It contains more than 1,600 individuals with family members living primarily in Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Washington, Pennsylvania and New York.

On left side, David HART (1839-1915), son of Henry HART and Elizabeth MILLER.

On the top header, Robert D. & Eliza Ann (WALLACE) HARRINGTON Family.

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In the search please note that individuals whenever possible are shown by their birth names to be used instead of married nicknames or surnames. When birth names are unknown, the (no surname) is used. The spellings sometimes differ, meaning GOODRICKE/GOODRIDGE/GUTTERIGE can register as GOODRICH.

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HART- Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó hAirt ‘descendant of Art’, a byname meaning ‘bear’, ‘hero’. The English name became established in Ireland in the 17th century. HARRINGTON- The name Harrington, in Ireland, was adopted as an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó hArrachtáin "descendant of Arrachtán", a personal name from a diminutive of arrachtach meaning "mighty" or "powerful"