John Hart

 

 

1713 – 1779

Occupation: farmer

New Jersey Assembly Member 1761 – 1771

New Jersey Committee of Correspondence

New Jersey Committee of Safety

Judge Common Pleas Court

New Jersey Provincial Assembly 1775

Continental Congress 1776

Interesting Fact: Hart allowed more than 12,000 men of the Continental Army to camp on his farm property in 1778

 

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John Hart was a farmer. He was one of New Jersey’s representatives at the Continental Congress. 

 

 

 

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