Chapter Ten

Deborah Scudder and Her Husband, John Hart, the Signer, of Hopewell, New Jersey

Adapted from an article in Scudder Searches, volume 2, no. 4, (Fall 1990),[1] compiled by David B. Scudder, who based his article on the Cleon D. Hammond, John Hart, the Biography of a Signer of the Declaration of Independence, with updates and additions by Historian of the Scudder Association Foundation © 2023.

 

Chapter Ten Deborah Scudder and Her Husband


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