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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Perry S. Hazlett: Birth: MAR 1878 in PA. Death: AFT 1894

  2. Mabel S. Hazlett: Birth: MAY 1881 in PA. Death: AFT 1930

  3. William E. Hazlett: Death: BEF 1895


Sources
1. Page:   1900 Boro of Evansburg, Butler Co., PA
2. Title:   History of Butler County, Pennsylvania R. C. Brown & Co., Publishers, 1895
 Census
Page:   1880 Forward Twp., Butler Co., PA
3. Title:   History of Butler County, Pennsylvania R. C. Brown & Co., Publishers, 1895

Notes
a. Note:   ouse on the homestead of his grandfather, John HAZLETT, near Evans City, Butler county, December 28, 1847, obtained a common school education and has since been employed in the merchantile business. In the fall of 1868, he and two companions went to the head waters of the Sioux river, Dakotah Territory, for the purpose of securing government land for settlement, and were the only white men who remained in that valley after the Sioux massacre of 1862. They hunted and trapped, and were pursued by Indians several times, but escaped. Mr. Hazlett returned to Allegheny City, where he was married in May, 1877, to Maggie M. STEWART, daughter of David and Eliza (SEATON) STEWART, of the same place. Three children are the fruit of their union, viz.: PERRY S.; MABEL S., and WILLIAM E., deceased. In 1878, Mr. Hazlett returned to Evans City, and sold goods on the road during the year the Pittsburg and Western railroad was opened. He has since been engaged in clerking, with his residence at Evans City. He is a member of the United Presbyterian church, has filled the office of trustee, and is now an elder. In politics, Mr. Hazlett is a Republican, and has served in the borough coucil of Evans City for two terms. -Taken from the 1895 book The History of Butler County
Note:   Samuel W. Hazlett, fifth son of Robert HAZLETT, was born in the old log h


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