The Tart family was formerly a very noted family at least, in the person of old Enos Tart. There were
three brothers of them as known to the writer, Enos, John and Nathan. Of these Enos was the most
prominent; he lived on and owned the plantation and mill latterly known as E. J. Moody's. Who the
father of these three brothers were, is not known to the writer. When that mill was built, and by
whom, is not known. Enos Tart married a Miss Sussanna Johnson, of the county; the results of the
marriage were four or five daughters and three sons. Sons of Enos Tart were Enos, Nathan and Thomas E.
... daughters were Elizabeth and Jane.
--A History of Marion County, W.W. Sellers (1902)
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