NameGeorge Hatten
Birthabt 1777, Mansfield, Bristol County, Massachusetts
Deathbef 1850
Misc. Notes

Alternate spellings: Hattin, Hattien, Hatton

On April 26, 1770, part of Norton was used to form the district of Mansfield.


A big problem: the son George died on Sept 14, 1799. So, maybe they had another George later? That seems a bit odd (given the one was 18 months old when he died). Reference for this is below.


He is listed in the 1800 census (Massachusetts > Bristol > Attleboro > 12). The house residents were: 2 males (0-10), 1 male (16-25), 1 female (16-25).

He is listed in the 1820 census (Massachusetts > Bristol > Mansfield > 3). The house residents were: 1 male (10-15), 1 male (16-18), 2 males (16-25), 1 male (26-44), 3 females (0-10), 1 female (10-15), 1 female (26-44).

He is listed in the 1840 census (Massachusetts > Norfolk > Wrentham > 29). The house residents were: 1 male (60-69), 1 male (15-19), 1 female (20-29), 1 female (60-69).


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George Hatten (from Mansfield) married Hannah Jackson (from Attleboro on March 30, 1797. They had a daughter (Welcom) on April 1, 1799, haa George on March 1, 1798, and Joseph on Aug 20, 1800. The son died on Sept 14, 1799.


Ref: Vital records of Attleborough, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849. Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute, 1934.
Spouses
Birth16 May 1778, Attleboro, Massachusetts
Deathaft 1850
MotherMary Perry (~1754-1809)
Marriage30 Mar 1797, Attleboro, MA
ChildrenGeorge Henry
 Joseph (1800-1820)
 Horatio (~1807-1828)
 Hannah (~1811-1828)
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