Harthouse on Main is the work of James Hart. He is a retired English teacher and poet who lives in Brookfield, Missouri. He shares his poetry and comments on his Facebook page; he publishes poetry at zeusmusicpoetrybyjameshart.blogspot.com.


9 comments on “About

  1. karinboutall says:

    Beautiful Site, Thanks for sharing.

  2. Ann Koplow says:

    I am glad our paths have crossed here today. I look forward to reading more.

  3. dmglostne says:

    Just found your site FANTASTIC! great photos and articles, dave from lost in new england

    • James Hart says:

      Thank you very much. This blog has been dormant for awhile; I’ve been waiting for time or inspiration to come up with a new post – that also includes sifting further through family history resources.

  4. Carol Anderson says:

    James, I found we were connected thru DNA. I have a number of Harts in my family, but I didn’t have much information on the family. I would LOVE is we could compare our lines!

    • James Hart says:

      Hi. Where are you from? And do you have a family tree and account at Ancestry.com? I have a lot of information there as well as what is on my Harthouse blog.
      Thanks for the note. James Hart

  5. Chris Wiley says:

    Hi James,

    I came across your page on the Pulliam lineage during my ancestry research. I am a descendent of Elizabeth Hart and John Winn Pulliam. My mothers maiden name is Pulliam and I am very interested in any further information you might have about the Pulliam family, prior to Nicey and the Hart family, prior to Elizabeth and AEH. Nice work here! Thank you!

    • James Hart says:

      Hi Chris. For the longest time the “Edward Pulliam, 1636, Henrico County…” post was all I had on my Pulliam ancestors, shared to me by a descendant of Nicey and Alfred Hart’s son Henry A. Hart. She lives in Texas and shared that information to me in 2000. In the last few years I have added some more Pulliam details (sketchy) but going back further, by finding records online through Ancestry.com. If you have an Ancestry account and have started a family tree on it, I would be glad to give you viewing rights to my family tree and you can go from there. As far as further records here at home – what you see on the blog, referred to above, is all I have on my computer.
      Also my great grandfather Benjamin Hart (Henry’s younger brother) was raised by two Pulliam aunts and one Pulliam uncle in Carroll County, MO, after his mother Nicey died in 1843 and Alfred left their lives – as far as I know now. I think they raised Henry too – I’d have to check 1850 and 1860 census records.
      It’s a fascinating story, and I only have it in bits and pieces. Some surmised, and some proven with records. More later.

      Let me know if you have an Ancestry account and we can go from there.

      Sincerely, James Hart

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