Logan County Colorado Pioneers
Charles H. and Sarah Olive (Coate) Hart, 9 North 49 West
Charles proved up a quarter in 28, 9N 49W in 1916.
He might be the day laborer in Wray, Colorado in 1900 - about 80 miles away, born July 1850 in Illinois, married 24 years to Olive S. March 1859 Iowa, Mable E. Sept 18878 Iowa, Charles S. Feb 182 Knasas, Harold H. May 1890 Iowa and Finn A. May 1894 Iowa.
In 1910 Charles is not employed, Sarah Olive is a dressmaker, Harold is a marker in a wholesale house, and Fenn are in Garfield County, Oklahoma.
Harold registered for WWI in Pasadena California, born May 15, 1890 in Des Moines, Iowa, married, an auto mechanic in Enid, Oklahoma.
In 1920, Charles and Sarah are in Madison County, Iowa - no occupation, living with son Charles S. 37, his wife Ida W. 33 Illinois, Georgia P. 11 Oklahoma, Eva 7 Iowa, and Charles A. eight months, Iowa.
Charles 1850-1926 is buried in Madison County, with Sarah 1859-1930. "Daughter of Samuel Teague Coate and Harriet Anthony Coate.
Charles Henry Hart, son of Henry and Martha Jane Hart, was born in Illinois, July 19, 1850, and departed this life Sunday, April 4, 1926, at the home of his daughter, Mabel.
He was one of a family of nine children, the only surviving one, Earnest, living in Kansas City. At the age of four years he moved with his parents to Luzern, Benton county, then later to Marshall county of this state, where when yet a young man, he united with the Methodist church.
On October 30, 1875, he was united in marriage to Sarah Olive Croate. To this union five children were born: Myrtle, who died in infancy; Mabel, now Mrs. A. C. Shutz of Macksburg, with whom he made his home; Sam, of Enid, Oklahoma; Harold of Pasadena, California; and Fenn, of Lankersheim, California. Besides these there are eleven grandchildren and many other relatives and friends to mourn the loss.
During their married life, Mr. and Mrs. Hart lived in Macksburg for several years, also at Concordia, Kansas at Enid, Oklahoma, for some time, and at Hollywood, California, but of late years had made their home in or near Macksburg.
Funeral servcies were conducted by Rev. Athey of the Macksburg M. E. church, Wednesday, April 7, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schutz.
Interment was made in the Moon cemetery at Maksburg.
Sarah is widowed in 1930 Madison County, living with Mabel E. 51 and Alvin C. Schutz, 57.
Mabel is buried in Madison County # 19232888. "Mrs. Schutz died on Dec. 30 (1953) at the Methodist hospital in Des Moines. She was 75 years of age.
The daughter of Charles and Olive Hart she was born Sept. 15, 1878 in Marshall county, Iowa.
She attended the rural grade schools of Grand River township and was a member of the first graduating class of Macksburg high school.
On Nov. 28, 1901, Mabel Emaline Hart was united in marriage to Alvin C. Schutz at Enid, Oklahoma. To this union were born four children, a daughter Nona Olive, died at the age of 10 months.
Ea rly in life, Mrs. Schutz became a member of the West Branch church, later transferring her membership to the Macksburg Methodist church. She was a member of the Rebekah lodge for 55 years.
She is survived by three sons, Doyle of Macksburg, Warren of Van Meter and Andrew of Pueblo, Colo.; two brothers, Harold and Finn Hart of Los Angeles, Calif.; and seven grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, who died five weeks ago on Nov. 24, and by a brother, Sam Hart of Enid, Oklahoma.
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