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Windsor


Barnard


1


3


4


39 — Newton,


Jonathan


Rutland


Fair Haven


3


2


3


14 — Newton,


Lemuel


Addison


Shoreham


2


-


3


14 — Newton,


Liberty


Addison


Shoreham


2


-


3


52 — Newton,


Marshall


Windham


New Fane


2


2


3


22— Newton,


Nathaniel


Bennington


Shaftsbury


3


2


4


40 — Newton,


Samuel


Rutland


Ira


2


1


2


47 — Newton,


Samuel


Windham


Brattleboro


2


-


6


52 — Newton.


Samuel


Windham


New Fane


1


3


2


65— Newton,


Samuel


Windsor


Weathersfield


2


5


4


50 — Newton,


Shadrach


Windham


Halifax


1


2


2


51 — Newton,


Silas


Windham


Johnson's Gore


1


2


2


54 — Newton,


Silas


Windham


Rockingham


2


-


-


48 — Newton,


Thaddeus


Windham


Dummerston


2


-


3


58 — Newton,


Timothy


Windsor


Barnard


1


3


1


43 — Newton,


William


Rutland


Poultnev


3


-


6


50 — Newton,


Zaphone


Windham


Halifax


1


-


-



State of New Hampshire.



23 — Newton,


Charles


Cheshire


Rindge


1


1


1


20— Newton,


Christopher


Cheshire


Newport


4


2


5


13 — Newton,


David


Cheshire


Chesterfield


1


-


1


IS — Ncwron


Ebenezer


Cheshire


Keene


1


-


6


26 — Newton,


Elnathan


Cheshire


Walpole


1


-


3


16 — Newton,


Gideon


Cheshire


Dublin


1


1


2


27 — Newton,


Hannaniah


Cheshire


Westmoreland


1


1


3


20 — Newton,


Isaac


Cheshire


Newport


2


1


6


46 — Newton,


Jonah


Hillsborough


Heniker


1


2


3


11 — Newton,


Jonas


Cheshire


Alstead


1


3


3


11 — Newton,


Jonathan


Cheshire


Alstead


1


-


1


19 — Newton,


Luther '


Cheshire


Marlborough


1


1


2


46 — Newton,


Nahum


Hillsborough


Heniker


1


3


4


15 — Newton,


Phinehas


Cheshire


Croydon


1


4


5


12 — Newton,


Timothy


Cheshire


Charlestown


1


4


3


54: — Newton,


William


Hillsborough


Salisbury


2


-


6



State of Connecticut.



118 — Newton,


Able


New London




2 «


3


7


122— Newton,


Able


New London




1


1


1


62 — Newton,


Abner


Litchfield


Litchfield


1


-


2


92 — Newton,


Abner


New Haven


Cheshire


1


-


1


62 — Newton,


Abraham


Litchfield


Litchfield


2


-


6


118 — Newton,


Agrippa


New London




2


1


5


119 — Newton,


Ama


New London




1


1


5


108 — Newton,


Aron


New Haven


Wallingford


1


1


1


122— Newton,


Asa


New London




1


2


3


121 — Newton,


Asael


New London




1


1


4


81 — Newton,


Ashael


Middlesex


Chatham


3


3


2


96 — Newton,


Burrel


New Haven


Durham


4


-


2


112 — Newton,


Christopher


New Haven


Woodbridge


1


3


3


118 — Newton,


Christopher


New London




1


-


1


92 — Newton,


Cloe


New Haven


Cheshire


1


2


3


17 — Newton,


David


Fairfield


Huntington


2


-


2


151 — Newton,


Desire


Windham


Voluntown


-


2


2


116— Newton,


Ebenezer


New London




1


1


5



SECTION IV, PART I



(597



118 — Xewton


Elijah


Xew


London




1


1


3


111-


-Xewton


Enoch


Xew


Haven


Woodbridge


2


1


3


75-


—Xewton


Ezekiel


Litchfield


Washington


3


-


2


70 — Xewton


Isaac


Litchfield


Litchfield


2


2


3


152-


-Xewton


Isaac


Windham


Voluntown


1


1


1


122-


—Xewton


Israel


Xew


London




1


-


1


122-


-Xewton


Israel, Jr.


Xew


London




1


1


4


122-


-Xewton


Israel, 3d


Xew


London




1


-


3


151-


-Xewton


Jabez


Windham


Voluntown


1


1


2


114 — Xewton


Jacob


Xew


London




1


3


o


122-


-Xewton


James


Xew


London




1


2


1


92-


-Xewton


Jerad


Xew


Haven


Cheshire


2


2


2


102-


—Xewton


John


Xew


Haven


Milford


1


1


8


122-


-Xewton


John


Xew


London




1


-


1


134-


— Xewton


Tno


Tolla"^


Ellington
Milford


1


2


4


102-


-Xewton


Jonah


Xew


Haven


2


1


5


137-


-Xewton


Jona.


Tolland


Stafford


1


1


2


92-


-Xewton


Joseph


Xew


Haven


Cheshire


1


-


3


118 — Xewton


Mark


New London




2


2


5


35 — Xewton


Mathew


Hartford


Bristol


3


5


4


151-


-Xewton


Mathew


Windham


Voluntown


3


2


2


110 — Xewton


Miles


Xew


Haven


Waterbury


1


3


2


134 — Xewton


Moses


Tolland


Ellington


1


2


2


111-


-Xewton


Roger


Xew


Haven


Woodbridge


1


1


3


111-


—Xewton


Samuel


Xew


Haven


Woodbridge


3


2


4


118— Xewton


Saml.


Xew


London




1


-


1


111-


-Xewton


Samuel, 2d


Xew


Haven


Woodbridge


1


-


1



ERRATA.

Litchfield County, Connecticut.
The twelve towns in Litchfield County given above were returned under the heading,
"Litchfield," the population could not be separated, and the total, 20,342, represents the
population, and the names given on pages 59 to 70, under Litchfield town, are the names
of the heads of families of these towns, and not of Litchfield town alone :



Barkhamsted

Canaan

Colebrook



88 — Xewton,

85 — Xewton,

105 — Xewton,

88 — Xewton,

108— Xewton,

108 — Xewton,

56 — Xewton,

96 — Xewton,

88 — Xewton,

108 — Xewton,

126 — Xewton,

87 — Xewton,

91 — Xewton,

106 — Xewton,

123 — Xewton,

56 — Xewton,

96 — Xewton,

56 — Xewton,

123 — Xewton,

128— Xewton,

108 — Xewton,

21 — Xewton,

108 — Xewton,

105 — Xewton,

108— Xewton,



Archd.

Arnold

Barnaba

Clement

Clement

Delber

Edward

Eleanor

Gabriel

Ignatius

Job

John

John

John

Levin

Milkey

Xathaniel

Ximrod

Selby

Selby, Jr.

Thomas

William

William

Zachariah

Zachariah



Goshen

Hartland

Litchfield



Xew Hartford

Xorfolk

Salisbury



State of Maryland.

Montgomery
Montgomery
St. Mary's
Montgomery
St. Mary's
St. Mary's
Dorchester
Prince George
Montgomery
St. Mary's
Worcester
Montgomery
Montgomery
St. Mary's
Worcester
Dorchester
Prince George
Dorchester
Worcester
Worcester
St. Mary's
Baltimore
St. Mary's
St. Mary's
St. Mary's





Sharon






Torrington






Winchester




1


2


3




1


1


6




1


1


5




1


4


3




1


-


2


6


3


1


4




1


1


1


1 1


_


_


2




1


-


2




1


1


5


27


1


1


2




1


1


1


2


1


-


5




2


1


5




2


-


5


1


2


2


4


9


2


-


4


46


2


3


3




1


-


4


6


2


2


4




1


1


4




1


-


2




1


2


1


1


1


2


4


2


1


2


4


2



G98



NEWTON GENEALOGY



State of Rhode Island.



19 — Newton, John
19 — Newton, Simeon



83 — Newton, Charles
130 — Newton, James
206 — Newton, John
210 — Newton, Jno.

(Laborer)
210 — Newton, Richard



3G— Newton,
101 — Newton,

76 — Newton,
118 — Newton,
161 — Newton,
126— Newton,
101 — Newton,
161 — Newton,
103— Newton,
125 — Newton,
129— Newton,
113— Newton,
122— Newton,



Abner

Caleb

Charles

Forbes

Isaac

John

John

Jonah

Joseph

Joseph

Richard

William

William



Newport Newport


1


1


4


Newport Newport


1


-


4 2


State of Pennsylvania.








Cumberland


1


1


2


Lancaster Conestoga


1


1


4


Philadelphia Northern Liberties 1


-


1


Philadelphia South wark (Thirc








St., west side)


1


-


1


Philadelphia Southwark


1


-


1


State of New York.








Albany Rensselaerwick


1


2


4


Suffolk Brookhaven


1


2


2


Dutchess Beekman


1


5


2


N. Y. City and Co., Eastward


1


1


3


Suffolk Brookhaven


2


-


1


N. Y. City and Co., Northward


1


-


1


Suffolk Brookhaven


2


2


2


Suffolk Brookhaven


1


-


1


Montgomery Caughnawaga


4


1


5


N. Y. City and Co., Northward


1


3


1 1


N. Y. City and Co


1


-


2


Montgomery Otsego


2


*


* *


N. Y. City and Co., Montgomery


1


-


3 1



Ward



State of North Carolina.



Page Name


County


District








192— Newton,


Abraham


Duplin


Wilmington


2


3


5


193— Newton,


Ann


New Hanover


Wilmington


3


1


6


71 — Newton,


Benj.


Nash


Halifax


2


-


5


83 — Newton,


Benjamin


. Caswell


St. Lawrence


-


-


-


115 — Newton,


Ben


Lincoln


Morgan, 11th Co.


1


2


6


196— Newton,


Daniel


Onslow


Wilmington


1


-


5


115 — Newton,


Ebenezer


Lincoln


Morgan, 11th Co.


3


-


2


194 — Newton,


Edward


New Hanover


Wilmington


1


4


3


196— Newton,


Elijah


Onslow


Wilmington


1


3


2


97 — Newton,


George


Orange


St. Mary's


-


-


-


80— Newton,


Henry


Caswell


Nash


-


-


• -


191 — Newton,


Isaac


Duplin


Wilmington


1


2


5


192— Newton,


Jacob


Duplin


Wilmington


1


-


-


35 — Newton,


John


Anson


Fayette


2


1


2


83 — Newton,


John


Caswell


St. Lawrence


-


-


-


191 — Newton,


Lewis


Duplin


Wilmington


1


-


3


196— Newton,


Mrs.


Onslow


Wilmington


-


1


3


44 — Newton,


Nicholas


Moore


Fayette


2


1


7


190— Newton,


Patrick


Duplin


Wilmington


2


3


4


83— Newton,


Reubin


Caswell


St. Lawrence








118— Newton,


Robt.


Rutherford


Morgan, 8th Co.


1


1


4


163— Newton,


Robert


Mecklenburg


Salisbury


1


2


5


193— Newton,


Samuel


New Hanover


Wilmington


1


-


1


43 — Newton,


William


Moore


Fayette


1


1


2


115 — Newton,


Wm.


Lincoln


Morgan, 11th Co.


1


4


2


191— Newton,


William


Duplin


Wilmington


1


2





Page Name

55 — Newton, Constantine



State of South Carolina.

County Town or District



Prince George

Parish Georgetown 12 1

55 — Newton, Constantine, Jr. Prince George

Parish Georgetown 1 14



Illegible.



SECTION IV, PART I



699



44 — Newton,


Downham


St. Phillip's

and
St. Michael's














Charleston


2


_ _


1 8


93— Newton,


George


Union


Ninety-six


1


5 6


1


80— Newton,


John


Newberry


Ninety-six


1


3 6




4G — Newton,


Younger


St. Thomas














Parish


Cheraw


1


1 5


1




State


of Virginia from 1782 to 1785.






Page Name


County


Precinct


White


Black


60 — Newton.,


Anne


Princess Anne


Blackwater




6


14


57 — Newton,


Benj.


Nansemond


(Lieut. Buxton's Co.)


7




66— Newton,


Daniel


Shenandoah


(List of Alex'i


r Hite)


13




33— Newton,


George


Mecklenburg


(List of Jesse


Sanders)


11




15 — Newton,


Giles


Charlotte








6


33— Newton,


Henry


Mecklenburg


(List of Jesse Sanders)


4




— Newton,


Henry-


Mecklenburg


(List of Jesse Sanders)


2




16 — Newton,


John


Cumberland






9


1


66 — Newton,


Rebecca


Shenandoah


(List of Alex'i


f Hite)


1




33— Newton,


Robert


Mecklenburg


(List of Jesse Sanders)


4




34 — Newton,


Robert B.


Mecklenburg


(List of Wm.


Davis)


11


2


43 — Newton,


Thomas


Surry






8


25



PART II. REV. ROGER NEWTON

WITH ITS INDEX



1. REV. ROGER NEWTON 1 came early to America. In 1640 he was in the
Senior class at Harvard University. He studied theology with Rev. Thomas
Hooker of Cambridge, Mass., and Hartford, Conn., and married his daughter.
He founded the church at Farmington, Conn. ; was its first minister ; was
ordained October 13, 1652, the day the church was organized. "About a month
after, Mrs. Newton, . . ., also joined with them." He remained there until
1657, when he was dismissed, went to Boston in October of that year to embark
for England. "The Ship in which he had taken passage, with another for the
same destination, was detained several days by head winds, and he was invited
by letter to town on a special service. A lamentable superstition, encouraged by
the Shipmaster and some others, as in Hall's diary, page 185, is told, to consent
to his leaving the voyage, 'as thinking his presence some cause of the cross-
wind.' I hope he got passage, without contrary winds on a later ship." After
returning, he went to Milford, Conn., over which church he was installed August
22, 1660, its second pastor. He died there June 7, 1683. His will was dated
in March, 1683. In it he mentions eight children. [The sisters Hannah and
Joan are not mentioned — may be of the other branch in Connecticut.]

He married at Hartford, Conn., sometime between 1643 and 1645, Mary
Hooker, eldest daughter of Rev. Thomas Hooker* of Hartford, Conn., and his
wife Mrs. Susan Hooker (who was I suppose a sister of Edward Hopkins,
Governor of Connecticut).

The will of Gov. Edward Hopkins of Connecticut, dated at his house in
London, March 7, 1657, gives "To eldest child of Mrs. Mary Newton, wife of
Mr. Roger Newton of Farmington, and daughter of Mr. Thomas Hooker,
deceased, thirty pounds." also "To Mrs. Susan Hooker, the relict of M r Thomas
Hooker, all such debts as are due to me from her upon the Account I left in
New England." [For the will of Gov. Edward Hopkins, see N. E. Hist. Gen.
Reg. Vol. 38.] Mrs. Newton died June 7, 1683. Her children, mentioned in
the will of their father were :

2. ti. Samuel 2 , bapt. 1646. 6. tv. Ezekiel 2 , bapt. 1660.

3. tii. Roger 3 , b. . 7. tvi. Sarah 2 , bapt. 1662.

4. tiii. Susanna 2 , b. . 8. vii. Alice 2 , bapt. 1664.

5. tiv. John 2 , bapt. 1656. 8a. viii. Mary 2 , b. .

* Rev. Thomas Hooker 1 arrived in New England Sept. 3, 1633, and settled at Cambridge,
Mass. He removed to Hartford, Conn., July, 1636, and died there July 7, 1647, aged 61.
Mr. Hooker had been the pastor of the people who were settled at Newtown (Cambridge) in
old England ; to escape fines and imprisonment he had fled to Holland ; the people at Cam-
bridge sent for him to come to them, which he did, bringing with him a large company of
colonists. The conditions at Cambridge not being to their liking, "Early in the Summer of
1636, Mr. Hooker and Mr. Stone, and about one hundred men, women and children, composing
the whole of Mr. Hooker's congregation," migrated overland to Connecticut, where "They
arrived safe, and laid the foundations of Hartford." Mr. Stone was assistant minister,
"teacher," so styled. Rev. Thomas Hooker "was considered one of the most able theologians
of his day," and the writer of many books. His wife, Susanna, survived him. Six of their
children became adults and married. Their names were : 1. John 2 , b. in England ; m. there ;
was a clergyman there of the Established Church. 2. Joanna 2 , b. in England ; came to
America ; wife of Rev. Thomas Shepard of Cambridge. 3. Mary 2 , b. in England ; m. Rev.

Roger Newton. 4. Sarah 2 , b. in England ; m. Rev. John Wilson of Boston, Mass. 5. ,

a dau. who m. and became a widow. 6. Samuel 2 , sup. to have been b. in Cambridge in 1635 ;
graduated 1653 from Harvard College ; settled in the ministry at Farmington, Conn., 1661,
and continued pastor of that church until his death in 1697. He had eleven children ; one
was Mary 3 , wife of Rev. Mr. Pierpont of New Haven, Conn., and mother of Sarah*, wife of
Jonathan Edwards.



REV. ROGER NEWTON 701

2. 1. CAPT. SAMUEL NEWTON 2 (son of Kev. Koger 1 ), baptized at Hart-
ford, Conn., October 20, 1646 ; died 1708. He married March 14, 1669, Martha
Fenn, born and baptized 1650, daughter of the first Benjamin Baldwin and
Sarah, his wife. In 1673 he is styled "Ensign" and later "Capt." His chil-
dren were:

9-14. 1, Martha 3 , b. 1671; 2, Adna 3 , b. ; 3, Thomas 8 , b. 1675; 4, Samuel 8 ,

b. 1677; 5, Roger 3 (Col.), b. 1684.



12. 4. SAMUEL NEWTON 3 (Samuel 2 ), born 1677; died 1728; married
1705, Phebe Piatt. They had a son born at Milford, Conn., namely:

14. i. Samuel 4 , b. 1710 ; and d. at Woodbridge, Conn., 1769 ; m., then "of Milford,"
Deborah Baldwin, daughter of Thomas Baldwin of Milford, Conn., where she
was b. Jan. 25, 1716. She d. before 1773, leaving children, whose names
appear in the will of her husband, and one other, Joseph, known to his
descendants. The children were :

15-20. 1, Joseph*, b. 1742, "supposed he died" ; 2, Eunice 5 ; 3, Deborah*; 4, Isaac 5 ;

5, Samuel 5 ; 6, Enoch 5 ; 7, Isaac 5 .



18. 5. SAMUEL NEWTON 5 (Samuel 4 ) "of Woodbridge," is styled "Lieut."
He married Mary Camp, who had three children, whose names we know, and
died. Huldah Baldwin, widow of Nehemiah Baldwin, left an orphan at an
early age, lived in the family of this Samuel Newton, who made her guardian
of his children. They were :

21. i. Martha 6 , b. about 1768; d. Aug. 23, 1826, aged 58; m. Capt. Ephraim Bald-
win, b. 1766, at Amity ; d. June 6, 1835, aged 68, son of Barnabas Baldwin.
He was representative in Connecticut State Legislature and died at
Hartford, Conn. Their children were :

1. Polly 7 Baldwin, b. 1783.

2. Newton 7 Baldwin, bapt. , 1796; d. 1796?

Newton 7 Baldtoin, b. , 1796; m. Anna Maria Newton (91), daughter

of Enoch (son of "Samuel of Milford").

Barnabas 7 Baldwin, b. , 1800 ; d. , 1800.

Mary Adaline 7 Baldwin, b. ; bapt., 1812.

Nelson 7 Baldwin, b. ; d. aged 3 yrs.



22.


1.


23.


2.


24.


3.


25.


4.


26.


5.


27.


6.



28. ii. Samuel 6 (Rev.) [bro. of Martha 6 above, and son of Samuel 5 ], b. Jan. 1. 1795;

d. at San Antonio, Tex., May 28, 1865; m. (1) Betsey Baldwin, dau. of
Silas and Mary Baldwin of Milford, Conn., where she was b. June 18,
1795. She had three children and died at Shawneetown, 111., as they
were journeying to Missouri, about 1820. He m. (2) a widow, Mrs.
Seeley, who d. without children. He m. (3) Miss Mary McCarthy and had
eight children. He m. (4) a widow, Mrs. Joslin, and had two children.
Mr. Newton was a clergyman, who went out about 1820 as a missionary
to the Osage Indians, in the territory of what is now Missouri, and was
with them many years. Whether many of his children became adults is
unknown to me. The following are : first two, by first wife ; second two,
by second wife ; and the youngest by fourth wife, whose name is not given,
but was living in 1907 in Alexandria, Va., wife of George Cochran. The
eldest of all was :

29. 1. Malvina Ruth 7 , b. Jan. 7, 1815.

30. 2. Charles Gordon 7 , b. Sept. 25, 1816; d. at Dallas, Tex., Jan. 9, 1872; m. in

Connecticut, Aug. 13, 1837, Mary Hanford Bristol, b. Nov. 12, 1818; d.
at Austin, Tex., March 5, 1852. Mr. Newton was about six years old
when he moved with his father from Connecticut to Missouri. "When
eighteen years old he returned to New Haven, Conn. After his marriage
he went to Indian Territory ; in 1847, to Arkansas, and later to Dallas,
Tex., where he died. In the Civil War he served in the reserve corps
of the Confederate Army, operating in Government shops without pay.



702 NEWTON GENEALOGY

He was a member of both the Presbyterian and Methodist churches, as
circumstances dictated. He raised a large family in Dallas, Tex., most
of whom still reside in the northern part of the state. The children,
eleven in number, were :

31. 1. Charles Samuel 8 , b. Aug. 11, 1838, at Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation; m.

(1) Kentucky Ann Thomas, April 22. 1866. She was daughter of
Isham and Adah (Hart) Thomas of Dallas. Tex. She d. Nov. 12,
1869. Two children. He m. (2) Aug. 2. 1871, Mary Elizabeth Jones,
daughter of Robert D. and Martha E. (King) Jones of Dallas, Tex.
Mr. Newton was a wheelwright — engaged in milling. He is one of the
proprietors of the "Newton Cotton Elevator" — is also engaged in
farming and stock-raising. He was a soldier in the Civil War, in the
Confederate Army, private in Douglas' Texas Battery. Resided in
Valley View, Tex., where he was school trustee and ruling elder in
the Presbvterian church. His children were :

32. 1. Willie , b. July — , 1867; d. Oct. 3, 1867.

33. 2. Eddie Charles 9 , b. Sept. 11, 1869.

34. 3. Harry 9 , b. July 20, 1872 ; d. Aug. 28, 1873.

35. 4. John Becker 9 , b. Oct. 20, 1874 ; d. May 10, 1878.

36. 5. Merta 9 , b. April 16, 1876.

37. 6. Carl 9 , b. Feb. 2, 1878.

38. 7. Clav 9 . b. Dec. 23, 1879.

39. 2. Mary Alice 8 , b. March 21, 1841; m. (1) Jan. 29, 1862, Armenius Wright,

son of Rev. Wright of the Methodist Episcopal Church, b. Dec. 23,
1838; d. Nov. 31, 1862; a soldier in the Civil War, in the Confed-
erate Arruv. They lived at Sulphur Springs. Tex. She m. (2) July
17, 1864, John Clark Becker, b. Nov. 3, 1838, in Davidson County,
N. C. She had no children.

40. 3. William Frederick 8 , b. Dec. 11, 1842. at Cone Hill, Ark.; m. (1) Re6na

Effie King. April 6, 1869, dau. of Rev. Finus and Sarah A. (Weir)
King of Orilla, Tex. She d. March 2, 1871. He m. (2), June 10.
1877, Nancy Elizabeth Kendall, dau. of William A. and Mary C.
(Daily) Kendall of Pilot Point, Tex. Mr. Newton lived awhile in
Dallas, Tex., then settled at Valley View, Tex., where he is engaged in
the same business with his brother Charles S. Newton. He
is by trade a carriage maker. He is the inventor of the "Newton
Cotton Elevator" and one of the proprietors. He was in the Civil
War, principally engaged in Confederate government shops at Shreve-
port, La., but a member of Company A, 31st Texas regiment. Deacon
in Presbvterian Church. Children by first wife were :

41. 1. Walter Kendall 9 , b. March 17, 1878.

42. 2. Florence Refina 9 , b. Sept. 29, 1879.

43. 4. George Ellor 8 , b. Dec. 28, 1845 ; d. Oct. 27, 1847.

44. 5. Jane Eliza 8 , b. April 9, 1849 ; d. April 9, 1880 ; m. Dec. 29, 1869, Edward

Alexander Bullock, born in Pike Co., Miss., Sept. 22, 1845, was living
1885 in Valley View, Tex. He was a soldier in the Civil War — Con-
federate Army. Member of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Children
were :

45. 1. Lew N. 9 Bullock, b. , 1870.

46. 2. Orestes 9 Bullock, b. , 1873.

47. 3. Charles L. 9 Bullock, b. , 1874.

48. 4. Willie E. 9 Bullock, b. , 1880.

49. 6. Julia Augusta 8 (twin), b. Dec. 25, 1851; d. April — , 1852.

50. 7. Julius Augustus 8 (twin), b. Dec. 25, 1851; d. Aug. — , 1852.

"Mrs. Harvey S. Wilson of Cleburne, Tex., is the dau. of Charles Newton 7
(s. Rev. Samuel 6 )"; living in 1907.

51. 3. Henry M. 7 (s. Rev. Samuel 6 ), b. ; was living 1907, at San Antonio,

Tex.

52. 4. Francis McCarthy'' (s. Rev. Samuel 6 ), b. ; m. at Port Laraca, Tex.,

April 29, 1860, Miss Clarinda Sibert of Roanoke, Va. He lived his

married life in San Antonio, Tex., and d. in 1902. His children, born
there, were :

53. 1. Anna Elizabeth 8 , b. Dec. 26, 1861; d. Oct. 12, 1901; m. in San Antonio,

Tex., Nov. 6, 1884, Charles Carroll Johnson, who d. March 15, 1890.
No children.

54. 2. Mary Frances 8 , b. Sept. 10, 1864 ; was living in 1908 ; m. in San Antonio,

Tex., July 7. 1885, Thomas Oscar Murphy, b. in San Antonio, Tex..
July 1, 1853 ; d. there ; son of Daniel Murphy (b. in Ireland in 1830,
d. at Fort Daris, Tex., in 1902) and his wife Sarah (Henfee)



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Murphy (b. in Ireland in 1833; d. in San Antonio, Tex., in 1SG5).
Mr. and Mrs. Murphy reside in San Antonio, Tex. Three children :

55. 1. Fanny Edith 9 Murphy, b. April 23, 1886 ; d. Oct. 30, 1886.

56. 2. Kate 9 Murphy, b. Dec. 22, 1888.

57. 3. Daniel 9 Murphy, b. June 20, 1890.

58. 3. Virginia Ellen 8 , b. May 11, 1866 ; was living in 1907 ; m. in San Antonio,

Tex., Aug. 29, 1893, Alfred M. Patterson, b. at Mount Holly, Ark.,
Dec. 24, 1865, son of Malcom Alfred and Ann (McRae) Patterson,
who were m. in Early County, Ga., Dec. 31, 1844. Mr. and Mrs.
Patterson reside in Devine, Tex. .Two children :

59. 1. Bessie 9 Patterson, b. April 28, 1894.

60. 2. Newton 9 Alfred Patterson, b. Aug. 4, 1896 ; d. July 14, 1899.

61. 4. Henry Lee 8 , b. Jan. 15, 18G8; was living in 1911; m. in Austin, Tex.,

Dec. 7, 1897, Genary Gertrude Collins, b. in Blanco County, Tex.,
Sept. 18, 1876, dau. of Robert Chittenden and Mary Melvina (Nail)



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