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& Company, as clerk at the silk counter. Their two children are :

6781. 1. Paul Thomas 6 , b. July 4, 1903, at St. Albans, Vt.

6782. 2. Doris 6 , b. Feb. — , 1905, at St. Johnsbury, Vt.

6775. 3. Oscar Henly 5 , b. Oct. 25, 1877; m. at Colorado Springs, Dec. 23, 1902,

Lillian Potter, daughter of Robert K. and Matilda (Barnette) Potter of
Scranton, Pa., and Florissant, Colo. She was b. at Scranton, Pa., Feb.
21, 1877. Mr. Newton and family reside on a ranch in Florissant, Colo.,
owned by his father-in-law, where he is employed as farrier and team-
ster. Two children, born there, are :

6783. 1. Agnes Idelle 6 , b. Aug. 24, 1904.

6784. 2. Ira Robert 6 , b. Nov. 2, 1906.

6776. 4. Addie May*, b. Dec. 8, 1880; d. Oct. 10, 1881.

0777. 5. Edith Ellen 5 , b. July 31, 1884 ; m. at Salem, Mass., Nov. 22, 1906, Myron

D. Walker, Jr., a chauffeur, son of Myron D. Walker and his wife
Georgianna (Witter) Walker of Georgia, Vt., where he was b. June 23,
1879. In 1908 they were living in New Bedford, Mass., and had a son :

6755. 1. Dennison Newton 6 Walker, b. Dec. 4, 1907.

6779. 6. Clarence Earl 5 , b. Sept. 3, 1886; unm.; living in 1907 in Georgia, Vt.

6780. 7. Clara Louise 5 , b. July 26, 1888 ; unm. ; was living in 1907 in Georgia, Vt.

6747. iii. Henly Samuel 4 , b. March 2, 1849 ; a farmer in Georgia, Vt. He is the

careful gatherer and contributor of the data here recorded of the posterity
of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (Tyler) Newton. He will be commended more
and more as the years multiply, for his labor of love to their memory. He
m. at Georgia, Vt., Dec. 24, 1871, Evva Bliss, daughter of Abel and
Cathrin (Durham) Bliss of Georgia, Vt., where she was b. Feb. 22, 1854.
They reside on their farm in Georgia, Vt., where all of their children
were born, namely :

6756. 1. Katie Louise 5 , b. Dec. 26, 1872 ; m. in Georgia, Vt., Oct. 30, 1895, Alson

B. Judd, son of Deforest and Ella (Howard) Judd of Georgia, Vt.,
where he was b. Oct. 17, 1873. They reside in Fairfax, Vt., where he
is engaged in the creamery business. They had a son,
6792. 1. Howard Newton 6 Judd, b. Nov. 29, 1897, at St. Albans, Vt. ; d. at

Fairfax, Vt, Nov. 21, 1906.

6787. 2. Bertha Amelia 5 , b. July 1, 1878 ; was living with her father, unm., in 1907.

6788. 3. Alice Amy 5 , b. Oct. 14, 1882 ; m. in Georgia, Vt., Oct. 16, 1901, George E.

Webster, Jr., son of George E. and Sarah (Webster) Webster of Fair-
field, Vt., b. at Sutton, P. Q., Oct. 2, 1877. They are farmers living on
a farm owned by Mrs. Henly S. Newton in Georgia, Vt. Their children


6793. 1. Henly George 6 Webster, b. Sept. 5, 1902, in Georgia, Vt.

6794. 2. Burton Edward Webster, b. July 26, 1905, in Georgia, Vt.

6789. 4. Mabel Bliss*, b. March 7, 1886 ; m. in Georgia, Vt., Nov. 9, 1904, Arthur

G. Reynolds, son of John and Ella (Collins) Reynolds of Georgia, Vt.
He was b. at St. Albans, Vt., June 30, 1882. They reside in Georgia,
farmers, on a farm owned by William Landon — rented on shares. Their
children are :

6795. 1. Evva Rogene 6 Reynolds, b. Nov. 17, 1905.

6796. 2. Elden Arthur Reynolds, b. March 7, 1908.

6790. 5. Park Henly*, b. April 24, 1893.

6791. 6. Huldah Evva*, b. Feb. 23, 1896.

6748. iv. Sarah Ann 1 , b. Sept. — , 1851 ; d. Jan. 21, 1853, aged 2 yrs., 6 mos.

6749. v. Mary Jane 4 , b. Jan. 26, 1852 ; d. Dec. 26, 1852, aged 11 mos.

6750. vi. Alexander 4 , b. May 4, 1854; m. at Georgia, Vt., May 29, 1884, Mary

Pattee, daughter of James and Irene (Edwards) Pattee of Georgia, Vt.,
where she was b. July 22, 1863. She d. at the hospital in St. Albans, Vt,
July 12, 1905. Mr. Newton is a farmer in Georgia, Vt., in 1908 renting
the farm owned by Charles Clark. His children, b. at Georgia, Vt., are :

6797. 1. Harry Davis*, b. Jan. 22, 1885 ; a farmer in Georgia, Vt. ; unm.

6798. 2. Adell*, b. May 22, 1887 ; living in Georgia, Vt. ; unm.

6799. 3. Alan Tyler 6 , b. Dec. 17, 1889; a farmer in Georgia, Vt. ; unm.

6800. 4. Irene Edwards 6 , b. Oct. 6, 1897. '

6801. 5. Grant Pattee 5 , b. Nov. 13, 1902.

6751. vii. Emma Sophy 4 , b. April 1, 1856; m. (1) at Georgia, Vt., Dec. 23, 1875,

Frank Crampton of Sheldon, Vt., by whom .she had two children, after
which they separated. He was son of William and Malvina (Coburn)
Crampton of Sheldon, Vt. He was b. at East Berkshire, and was living
in 1908 in Lawrence, Mass. She m. (2) Nov. — , 1881, as his second
wife, John Warner, who was b. in Ireland, Dec. 11, 1823, and came to
America when a child, son of John and Mary Warner. He is a carpenter.
Her children are :

6802. 1. Hattie Lovina* Crampton, b. Nov. 28, 1876, at Sheldon, Vt. ; m. Oct. 29,

1896, Henry Warner, who was b. at Milton, Vt., April 8, 1856, son
of John and Mary Ann (Hibbard) Warner. They reside in Milton, Vt.,
and have children, namely :

6805. 1. Frank R. 6 Warner, b. June 3, 1897, in Georgia, Vt.

6806. 2. Estella E.° Warner, b. Dec. 8, 1898, in Georgia, Vt.

6807. 3. Lillis N. 6 Warner, b. July 20, 1902, in Milton, Vt.

6808. 4. Ruth H.° Warner, b. July 4, 1904, in Milton, Vt.

6809. 5. Leland A. 6 Warner, b. Jan. 23, 1906, in Milton, Vt.

6803. 2. Arthur* Crampton, b. Oct. 7, 1878, at Sheldon, Vt. ; living in 1908 in

Lawrence, Mass.

6804. 3. Roy B Warner, b. June 24, 1884, at Georgia, Vt. ; living there in 1908.

6752. viii. Isabelle 4 , b. Nov. 14, 1857 ; d. in Georgia, Vt., Jan. 4, 1893 ; m. there Feb.

25, 1880, Merritt Bragg, son of Daniel P. and Laura C. (Church) Bragg
of Georgia, Vt. He was b. May 4, 1854, and is living in Georgia, Vt.
(1908); a farmer. Their children are :

6810. 1. Merton C* Bragg, b. Nov. 3, 1881, at Grand Isle, Vt.

6811. 2. Willington* Bragg, b. Jan. 20, 1886, at St. Albans, Vt.

6812. 3. Grace I* Bragg, b. July 29, 1887, at Georgia, Vt.

6813. 4. Daniel P.* Bragg, b. Jan. 14, 1S90, at Georgia, Vt.

6814. 5. Elida 5 Bragg, b. July 14, 1892, at Georgia, Vt.

6753. ix. Jason 4 , b. July 26, 1859; farmer in Georgia, Vt. He bought the farm of

his grandfather, Samuel Caldwell. It had been left to a maiden aunt,
who now lives with Jason. He m. in Georgia, Vt., Aug. 19, 1882, Etta
Blake of Greenborough, Vt., daughter of Hezekiah and Ethel (Pattee)
Blake of Georgia, Vt., where she was b. Nov. 6, 1863. She d. there Feb.

26, 1902. Their children were :

6815. 1. Erwin Hezekiah*, b. Sept. 19, 1883, at St. Albans, Vt. ; m., at Starksboro,

Vt., Feb. 5, 1907, Clara Mae Clifford. They were living in 1908 in
Burlington, Vt., where he was a clerk in the post office.

6816. 2. Winnie B.*, b. April 7, 1889, at Georgia, Vt. ; resides there.

6817. 3. Ralph B.*, b. April 15, 1891, at Georgia, Vt. ; resides there.

6818. 4. Raymore Jason 5 , b. July 26, 1893, at Georgia, Vt. ; resides there.

6819. 5. Wilbur J.*, b. June 29, 1895, at Georgia, Vt. ; resides there.

6754. x. Lottie 4 , b. July 9, 1861 ; m. at Georgia, Vt., Nov. 24, 1881, Bradley H. Post,

son of Henry and Diana (Dee) Post of Georgia, Vt., where he was b.
June 2, 1859; a farmer in Georgia, Vt. He bought out his brother and



sister's interest in the old Post homestead, where they reside. Their
children, b. there, are :
G820. 1. Adellert* Post, b. May 21, 1889 ; unm. in 1908.

0821 2. Ward* Post, b. May 28, 1894; unm. in 1908.

0822 3. llcnnf Post, b. July 2, 1902; d. Oct. 15, 1902.

0755. xi. Irving Orrin 4 , b. Sept. 24, 1863 ; m. at St. Albans, Vt, Oct. 1, 1884, Sarah
Abell, daughter of Truman W. and Eliza A. (Green) Abell of St. Albans,
Vt., where she was b. Feb. 8, 1800. No children. Mr. Newton is a
farmer on the old Newton homestead in Georgia, Vt. He bought out the
interests of his brothers and sisters in the home place where he had lived
while his father, to whom it descended, was living. In 1908 he was con-
templating the moving of the old house, which was substantially built,
back from the road a little and making other improvements and repairs.

0750. xii. Anna Rebecca 4 , b. May 27, ISC.."): m. at Georgia, Vt., July 9, 1890, Ben-
jamin K. Bull, son of Seth and Mary E. (Jones) Bull of Jay, N. Y., .where
he was b. June 10, 1809. They were living in 1899 at Upper Jay, N. Y. ;
in 1908, at Lake Placid, N. Y. He is a merchant — runs a department
store in partnership with two other men, doing a good business. In 1907
he bought land and erected a large house. Their children are :

0823 1. Wallace V. 5 Bull. b. Aug. 10, 1891, at Georgia, Vt.

0824 2. Seth W.* Bull, b. Dec. 31, 1892, at Ausable Forks, N. Y.

0825 3. Grace J. 6 Bull, b. Jan. 2, 1595, at Upper Jay, N. Y.
G82G 4. Annabell M .'" Bull, b. Oct. 11, 1900, at Upper Jay, N. Y.

0827. 5. Ruth D* Bull b. July 11, 1903, at Lake Placid, N. Y.

0828. 0. Irving Orin 5 Bull, b. Aug. 8, 1907, at Lake Placid, N. Y.

0757! xiii. Ward Beecher 4 , b. July 27, 1807; m. at Bristol, Vt., March 12, 1890,
Bertha Dean, daughter of Bennet Bates and Betsey E. (Eastman) Dean
of Bristol. Vt., where she was b. May 10, 1807. They lived in Bristol
until 1899, where their three oldest children were born; moved to New
Haven, Vt., where the two others were born. In 190S the family was living
in Canon City, Colo. Mr. Newton was employed in a casket factory ;
then went onto a farm, and in 1908 was doing carpenter work. Their
children are :

0829. 1. Earl Dean*, b. Dec. 23, 1890.
6830. 2. Stella Charlotte*, b. Dec. 9, 1891.

0831. 3. Howard Eastman", b. Aug. 31, 1893 ; d. Dec. 21, 1896.

G832. 4. Dean Dewey'% b. May 20, 1898.

GS33. 5. Irving Ward 5 , b. May 15, 1900.

0758. xiv. Frederick Tyler 4 , b. Feb. 25, 1870. He had a cough, following the grip,
spent a year in the mountains with his sister, Mrs. Bull, and came home
better. Then he had a fall from a mowing machine that hurt the lung
and he d. in twelve days of pneumonia. Died at the home of his brother,
Henly S. Newton, in Georgia, Vt., Aug. 9, 1898.

6834. NATHANIEL K. NEWTON, currier, of Lynn, Mass., and wife
Elizabeth F. , had a son,

6835. i. Nathaniel Newton, b. Jan. 10, 1847, at Lynn, Mass. I do not know who
these are.

6837. NATHANIEL NEWTON 2 (son of Anthony E. Newton (6836), whose
pedigree is unknown) was born at Rutland, Vt., February 21, 1782, and died
of cholera at Wheeling, W. Va., June 17, 1851, aged 69.

He married in Pennsylvania, town and date not known, Mrs. Anna (Batter-
son) Slaterly, daughter of Leonard and (Dodd) Batterson of Phillips-
burg, Warren County, N. J., where she was born Sept. 5, 1786. She died in
Beverly, Ohio, November 14, 1857. Her first husband, Mr. Slaterly, died in
Iowa a short time after their marriage. By him she had a son, Leonard Slaterly,
born Feb. 17, 1813, who was brought up by his grandfather, Batterson, and took
his name, Leonard Slaterly Batterson. He married, and died. His widow, Mrs.
C. Batterson was living in 1907 in Keota, Keokuk Co., Iowa, aged 90 years.
The father of Leonard Batterson, Sr., "was born in England, I think," is the


statement. As to the wife, Dodd, "Father [Mark A.] said he had an

uncle by the name of Dodd."

Anthony R. Newton's wife had sisters Jane (m. David VanZile), and Rebecca
(m. Jacob Rowley). The above is all the knowledge the now living descendants
have of the old people.

Nathaniel Newton 2 was five years old when his father died [—1787]. He
was brought up his aunts, Mrs. VanZile and Mrs. Rowley, sisters of his mother,
in Vermont, and came with them from Vermont to Tioga County, N. T., where
they settled. After his marriage he settled for a time in Durgy, Bradford
County, Pa., where four of his children were born. His trade was shoemaker,
but he was also a farmer.

"A man by the name of Durgy kept a country store there which gave name
to the place, where the mail came once a week. About three miles up the river
a man by the name of Ridgeway started a like store — at either place the farmers
could trade and the boys sell their coon skins." Between 1830 and 1832, Mr.
Newton moved from Durgy to Akron, Summit Co., Ohio, where he took up
land by the "Squatter's Claim" method. Later he removed to Sandusky, Ohio,
and from there went to Columbus, Ohio; thence to Moscow Mills, Ohio, and
last to Wheeling, W. Va., where he died. Being a shoemaker, he went where
work was most abundant. Mr. Newton was a medium-sized, athletic man. His
wife was of larger frame. Their children were :

G838. i. Lewis 3 , b. Jan. IS, 1819, at Ridgeway, Pa. ; d. at Poinette, Wis., Jan. 14,
1902 ; m. at Farmington, Tioga County, Pa., Jan. 7, 1841, Emily Edgbert,
daughter of John D. and Mary (Soule) Edgbert of Farmington, Pa.,
where she was born. She d. at Poinette, Wis., April 14, 1891. Mr.
Newton was a farmer— three miles from Keeneyville, Pa. ; then four
miles from Middleburg, Pa., until 1854, when he removed to Wisconsin,
arriving April 15, 1854, and settling at Arlington, in Columbia County.
The family still own the land there and have a cottage, to which they
"go home" every summer. His children are :

6845. 1. Eliza*, b. Feb. 2-1, 1842; m. (1) Jacob Chalfant ; m. (2) Francis Whisler.

In 1910 she was living in Indiana.

6846. 2. Mary\ b. March 1, 1844 ; m. at Poinette, Wis., in 1869, Harlow J. You-

mans. In 1910 they were living in Platteville, Wis.

6847. 3. Darius Leivis 4 , b. Jan. 6, 1847 ; d. at his home in Hornbrook, Calif., April

5, 1909; m. at Poinette, Wis., in 1870, Frances Smith, dau. of A. P.

6848. 4. Stedman Sewell*, b. Nov. 8, 1850; m. at Poinette, Wis., Feb. 28, 1877,

Delia Cave, daughter of Lewis and Emaline (Woods) Cave of New York
City. She was b. at Staten Island, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1850. Their only
child d. an infant, March 5, 1882, at Columbus, Wis. In 1907 Mr.
and Mrs. Newton were living in Milwaukee, Wis., No. 266 Twenty-fourth
St. His business is "Real Estate, Loans and Insurance."' Office at
Nob, 52 and 53 Loan & Trust Building.

6849. 5. Elsie A. 4 , b. July 14, 1854; m. about 1873, Morris Witter (son of Ira).

In 1910 they were living in Chetek, Wis.

6850. 6. Edmund Howard* (twin), b. July 9, 1857; m. Sept. 9, 1884, Jessie Wright

(dau. of Leslie) ; in 1910 they were living in Waupun, Wis.

6851. 7. E / ■ (twin son), b. July 9, 1857; d. Oct. — , 1857. Aged

4 mo.
6839. ii. Mark Anthony 3 , b. May 10, 1820, at Durgy ; d. at Shawnee, Perry County,
Ohio, Nov. 10, 1902; interment beside his wife at Coalrun, Ohio. He
married at Centerville, Morgan County, Ohio, May 4, 1848, Margaret
Keever, dau. of William Keever (born in Pennsylvania) and his wife Anna
Smith (born in Ireland, came to America when twelve years old). She
was b. Jan. 10, 1831, in Morgan County, near Moscow Mills, Ohio, and d.
at her home in Coalrun, Ohio, March 2, 1881. Mr. Newton was a black-
smith and farmer. In 1830 he moved with his parents from Durgy to
Akron, Ohio. After marriage he soon settled at Coalrun, Ohio, where
all of his children were born. He spent the last fifteen years of his life,
and died, at the home of his son, Edward Boyd Newton, on the farm a
short distance from Sherman, Ohio. Mr. Newton united with the Baptist



church at the age of 18. He subsequently joined the Methodist Episcopal
Church. For more than sixty years, religion was with him a personal
every-day matter. During the last years he was totally blind. "A man
of character, industrious, punctual, stainless." Children were :

6852. 1. John William*, b. June 20, 18i9 ; a carpenter and farmer; m. at Keith,

Noble County, Ohio, Sarah Margaret Farson, b. at Salem, Columbia
County, Ohio, June 15, 1851, daughter of Thomas and Esther (Farb-
kother) Farson of Tyrone, Ireland. They lived in Keith, Ohio, where
all except the youngest of their children were born, and on March 1, 188G,
removed with their family to Bute, Mo., where they were living in 1910.
Children are :

6858. 1. Anna May 5 , b. July 10, 1S72 ; m. at Bute, Mo., Oct. 30, 1892, John

Albert Graham, a farmer in Owasco, Mo., b. at Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct.
1, 1866, son of George and Jane (Alberts) Graham of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Children :

1. Hattie Jane 6 Graham, b. Dec. 9, 1893.

2. Bessie May 6 Graham, b. May 4. 1896.

3. Edna Grace 6 Graham, b. Jan. 12, 1898.

4. Jessie Irene 6 Graham, b. May 18, 1901.

5. John 6 Graham, b. April 8, 1909.

6859. 2. Mary Matilda 6 , b. March 6, 1S74 ; m. at Bute, Mo., May 26, 1895,

Albert A. Hawkins, son of William and Minerva (Casity) Hawkins of
Mayville, Ky. He was b. at Cora, Mo., Sept. 11, 1873, where they
were living in 1910, and where their children were born ; carpenter
and farmer. Children are :

1. Alta 6 Hawkins, b. March 27, 1897.

2. Wilna Coy 6 Hawkins, b. Feb. 27, 1906.

6860. 3. Emma Jane 5 , b. April 4, 1876 ; d. at Bute, Mo., Nov. 9, 1897 ; unm.

6861. 4. Wesley David 5 , b. Oct. 18, 1878; m. at Milan, Sullivan County, Mo.,

Sept. 16, 1903, Bertha Grace Pierce, dau. of Leon and Rusha (Smith)
Pierce of New York, where she was b. June 7, 1879. She d. at Kansas
City, Mo., March 23, 1909. Mr. Newton was living there in 1910.

6862. 5. William Arthur 5 , b. Aug. 28, 1880; m. at Belgrade, Gallatin County,

Mont., May 22, 1904, Plesa Rease, dau. of Rev. Grosner and Ann
Rease of Madison, Wis. She was b. Jan. 4, 1880. They were living,
1910, in Belgrade, Mont. Architect and contractor.

6863. 6. Clarie Caroline 5 , b. Dec. 18, 1882; living with her parents; unm.

6864. 7. Sadie Bell 5 , b. Nov. 3, 1884; m. at Bute, Mo., Feb. 28, 1903, John

Howard Payne, son of George and Sarah (Lambert) Payne of Ohio.
He was b. Oct. 22, 1881. A farmer in North Salem, Mo., where they
were living in 1910 and where their children were born :

1. John Howard 6 Payne, Jr., b. [Feb. 7, 1904?].

2. Gladys May 6 Payne, b. Feb. 7, 1904.

6865. 8. Charles Willard 5 , b. Oct. 18, 1890, at Bute, Mo.; unm. in 1910, was

living on the farm at Cora, Mo., with his parents.

6853. 2. Edward Boyd*, b. Jan. 3, 1851 ; m. at Shawnee, Ohio, May 2, 1886, Mrs.

Annie (Irvin) Turner, widow of William Turner, who d. Nov. 20, 1877.
She was the daughter of Alexander Irvin (b. near Newark, Licking
County, Ohio) and his wife Priscilla Hazleton (b. on a farm near Old
Straightville, Perry County, Ohio) . Mrs. Newton was b. on a farm
near McCuneville, Perry County, Ohio, April 20, 1852. Mr. Newton
and his family were living in 1910 at No. 252 East Pleasant St.,
Springfield, Ohio. He is a blacksmith and was still working at his
trade. In 1902 and before, he was living on a farm a short distance
from Shawnee, Ohio. He is a citizen much esteemed in the community.
Of his progenitors he writes me : "We are of a respectable family, and
are still holding the record good." No one can honor his forebears in
a better way. They have an only child :

6866. 1. Irvin Boyd 5 , b. May 22, 1891, at Shawnee, Ohio.

6854. 3. Wesley Clark*, b. Jan. 5, 1853; m. April 14, 1892, Hattie M. Sprague,

daughter of Edwin W. and Mary (Lamb) Sprague of Washington
County, Ohio. She was b. March 31, 1860. Both are living (1914)
and reside at No. 306 Wooster St., Marietta, Ohio. Mr. Newton was
educated in the public schools of Washington County, Ohio, and Beverly
College, and taught schools in West Virginia, Illinois and Missouri.
In 1879 he left Missouri, making an overland trip by wagon to Montana,
and settled at Bozeman, where he taught school for a number of years.
He purchased a farm of 200 acres, married and settled upon it, and
reared there a family of five children.


The following, from ''Progressive Men of Montana," is the mention
of Mr. Newton : "He is so constituted by nature that public affairs in
which the general welfare of his section is concerned have for him an
abiding and commanding interest, and his well-established capacity for
safely and successfully administering them has made him the choice of
his people for offices of great trust and responsibility. He was treasurer
of his county from 1895 to 1899, and was elected to the State Legisla-
ture in 1900. In politics, Mr. Newton has always been a Republican,
but he has the unqualified esteem of all his fellow citizens without
regard to party predilections, having always faithfully administered any
trust with which he was charged, for the general good. In the Legis-
lature he introduced and presented for passage a bill transferring to
the school fund the unclaimed $30,000 which figured in recent legislative

In 1907 Mr. Newton sold his holdings in Montana and returned to
Ohio, purchasing a home in Marietta, where his children are being
educated in high school and college. He also has a fine farm in the
Muskingum Valley, Ohio, thus combining the advantages of city and
country life. His children are :

6867. 1. Mary Stone 5 , b. Dec. 17, 1892.

6868. 2. Margaret 5 , b. Sept. 10, 1894.

6869. 3. Mildred Louvan 5 , b. Sept. 7, 1896.

6870. 4. Wesley Clark, Jr. 5 , b. Aug. 16, 1898.

6871. 5. Helen Sprague 5 , b. Sept. 13, 1901.

6855. 4. Mark Clarence Eugene*, b. March 1, 1858 ; d. Oct. 12, 1862.

6856. 5. DeEstaing Rochamlou*, b. Jan. 21, 1861; living (1910) in Cleo, Okla.

6857. 6. Allen*, b. Oct. 4, 1864; unm. in 1910; melter in the United States assay

office at Helena, Mont. Aug. 16, 1909, he drew Claim No. 1, in the
Spokane Indian Reservation land drawing.

6840. iii. Caroline 3 , b. Feb. 6, 1822; d. at Arlington, Wis., March 12, 1871; m. (1)

in Ohio, Harvey Langley, by whom she had children; m. (2) in Wiscon-
sin, James West. "Aunt Caroline moved to Wisconsin when I was quite
young." [Edw. B. N.] There is mention of "Caroline West's family" —
were there children by second husband? Children:

6872. 1. Harvey* Langley, Jr., b. .

6873. "2. Nicholas Bird* Langley, b. ; was living in 1910 in Wisconsin.

6841. iv. John Linn Webb 3 , b. Jan. 5, 1824, or 1825 ; was living January, 1910,

with his daughter in North Milwaukee, Wis. ; m. Catherine Woods,
daughter of William and Ann (Slater) Woods of Center Township, Guern-
sey County, Ohio, where she was b. March 23, 1S28. She d. at Madison,
Wis., April 6, 1900. Mr. Newton lived at Beverly, Ohio, "four miles up the
river." April 16, 1865, he moved from Ohio and settled in Wisconsin.
In 1869 his home was in Madison, Wis., which place continued to be his
residence until about 1909, when he went to live with his daughter, Mrs.
Brown, in Milwaukee, then aged about 85, "in good health and memory,
but somewhat deaf." Mr. Newton was a captain and colonel in the Ohio
Militia, and was out in the Civil War — assisted to drive the rebel Morgan
out of the state. His children all died before becoming of age, except the
three here given :

6874. 1. Martha A.*, b. , 1845; m. January, 1863, Daniel S. Slater. He

was a soldier in the Civil War, enlisting 1861 in the three months
service, and when mustered out, his guardian made him stay out and
complete his trade. The next year, May, 1862, he started to go to
Nashville, Tenn., to enlist in the same company with his brother. They
were captured by General Morgan's men, parolled, and sent home with
a number of soldiers on furlough. There joining the militia, he helped
capture some of Morgan's men in their raid through Ohio. November,
1863, he enlisted in the 18th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, and was mastered
out at the close of the war. Mr. and Mrs. Slater were living in 1910,
at No. 650 North Kalamazoo Ave., Marshall, Mich. Children not sent
me, but one is Mrs. W. W. Cook.

6875. 2. Amanda*, b. . .

6875a. 3. Florence*, b. .

[This record of Mr. Newton's children leaves much to be desired. From
the data given, I suppose one of these daughters is the wife of Dr. L. S.
Brown. She "has always lived in Madison, Wis., until Nov. 24, 1909,
her husband died, and she is now here [January, 1910, Milwaukee] at her
daughter's, Mrs. G. E. Morton, No. 271 Twenty-fourth St., Milwaukee."
The other daughter must be "Mrs. A. T. Brown, at North Milwaukee,"


with whom Mr. Newton was living. Which is which is unknown to me.

I think it desirable to set dow T n the names, however. Mrs. W. W. Cook

is a member of the D. A. R.]
G842. v. Sarah M. 3 , b. July 7. 182G; d. at Silent Ridge; m. (1) John Simpson

and had three children; m. (2) Nicholas Richardson, and was (1910)

living in Wheeling, W. Va. Children :
1. Edward*, 2. Ella* and 3. John* Simpson.
0843. vi. Mary Jane 3 , b. May 14 or 15, 1829 or 1830 ; m. Alexander Clark. In 1910

they were living in Beverly, Ohio.
0S44. vii. Rebecca 3 , b. Jan. 21, 1834, near Akron, Ohio; d. before 1910; m. Charles

Dean, and lived in Beverly, Ohio.

687G. KEUBEN NEWTON 1 "from Vermont, near the Green Mountains,"
went with his family in 1824 to New York State and settled in Mansfield,
Cattaraugus County. "I think his wife's name was Eunice Manley." He was

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