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LUCY NEW T TON married Ahnus A. Knowlton. born November 8, 1827, son
of Luke and Charlotte (Kenney) Knowlton.

LURENZA A. NEWTON, born August 6, 1824; married at Norwich, N. Y.,
October 22, 1S42, Roswell Avery Randall (son of Joshua 5 ), born at Pharsalia,
N. Y., April 20, 1818. They had nine children; the first six born at Norwich,
N. Y. ; the next two born at Jersey City, N. J. ; the ninth at Centerville, N. Y.

LOUISA B. NEWTON married at Southborough, Mass., February 16, 1834,
Abner Parker, son of Gabriel and Olive (Fay) Parker of Southborough, where
he was born January 10, 1S08. They had two children born at Boston, Mass.,
and a third at Southborough, Mass., viz. :

i. Forest Hoofman Parker, b. , 1837.

ii. Dewitt Henry Farker, b. , 1841.

iii. Jennette Louise Taricer, b. , 1848.

LOUISA, also LAVINCY, NEWTON, born 1801; died in Cheshire, Conn.,
in. the spring of 1885; married there March 5, 1821, Solomon Fiske, born July
20, 1798, at Southington, Conn., son of Captain Solomon and Mary (Harris)
Fiske of that place; lived in Cheshire, Conn., and had ten children. For further
information, see Fiske Genealogy. Capt. Solomon Fiske was a soldier of the
Revolution.

MARY, also MOLLY, NEWTON, born about ; died at Brookfield,

January 3, 1844, widow of Jesse Rice. She married (1) at Sturbridge, Mass.,
November 13, 1777, Abner Dunton, born about 1754; died at Sturbridge, where
the family resided, November 12, 1789, aged 35. Consumption. Three children.
She married (2) at Sturbridge, April 20, 1795, Jesse Rice (second wife), son
of Oliver and Lucy (Rice) Rice of Brookfield, where he was born in 1757. His
first wife was Sarah Moore, who died leaving five children. He died at Stur-
bridge in 1831, aged 75. Inventory of his estate taken in 1S32 ; Widow Mary,
administratrix. Her children were (by first husband) :

i. Sarah Dunton, b. , 1779.

ii. Molly Dunton, b. , 1782.

iii. Abner Dunton, .Ii:.. b. , 1787. res. Brookfield.

MARY, also POLLY, NEWTON of Princeton, married, in 1799, Ezekiel
Rice of Wayland, born in 1771, at Sudbury, son of Ezekiel and Eunice (Cutting)



NOT TRACED 841

Rice. This family moved to Howard, Steuben County, N. Y. All of his
children are said to have been born at Barre, Mass. No record of it there.
Their names were:

i. Mary Rice, b. .



ii. Eunice Rice, b. -
iii. Tabitiia Rice, b.
iv. Susan Rice, b. —
v. Ezekiel Rice, b.
vi. Nancy Rice, b. —



.MAEY NEWTON married, in 1834, Justus Young; intentions at Grafton.
MARY, also MOLLY, NEWTON married, in 1778, Ziba Hills, at Franklin.
MARY NEWTON married, in 1810, Henry Emmons, at Peru, Mass.
MARY NEWTON received into the church at Lexington, June 21, 1741.
MARY NEWTON and Luther Eaton married, in Framingham, in 1824.
MARY NEWTON died November 1, 1868, aged 82, at Milford, N. H.

MARY NEWTON and Robert Robbins married, September 4, 1748, at Rut-
land, Mass.

MARY NEWTON died at Dorchester, Mass., 31 (11) 1663.

MARY NEWTON, born about 1665 ; died in 1753, aged 88. She married, at
Newton, Mass., Edward Jackson 4 (Edward 3 , Sebas 2 , Edward 1 , son of Christopher
of London, England) of Newton, Mass., who died there in 1748, aged 76. Their
children were:

i. Experience Jackson, b. .

ii. Edward Jackson, b. .

iii. Isaac Jackson, b. .

iv. Sarah Jackson, b. — .

v. Sebas Jackson, b.



vi. Michael Jackson, b. -
vii. Jonathan Jackson, b.
viii. Anna Jackson, b.



MARY NEWTON married, in 1879, Charles Herbert Chandler, son of
Charles and Hannah (Nichols) Chandler of Springfield, Mass., born 1854.

MARY NEWTON of Bolivar, N. Y, married, as his second wife, Alason
Clarke of that town. He was born in Brookfield, N. Y., and died in 1863. No
children by this marriage. His first wife was Cynthia Wilkins of Brookfield,
N. Y., who had five children.

MARY NEWTON married at Millbury, Mass., September 3, 1815, Peter
Marble, son of Solomon and Jerusha (Greenwood) Marble of Sutton, where he
was born in 1796. He died at Millbury, June 9, 1847, aged 52 years, 27 days.
Consumption. Children, born at Millbury, were:

i. Solomon Marble, b. , 1816.

ii. Joel Marble, b. , 1820.

iii. David Marble, b. , 1822.

iv. MABY Marble, b. , 1824.



842 NEWTON GENEALOGY

v. Eliza Ann Marble, b. , 1830.

vi. Sarah W. Marble, b. , 1832.

vii. Olive Marble, b. , 1838.

Two unnamed children, b. in 1826 and 1831.

MARY A. NEWTON married Orlando Talcott, son of Marcell Talcott of
Hannibal, Mo., born March 20, 1823.

MARY ANN NEWTON, who died in 1S50, married, in 1848, Louis G. Spen-
cer, son of John and Lydia (Fletcher) Spencer of Springfield, Vt. He was born
in 1820. They had a son,

i Louis Fletcher Spencer, b. 1S50 ; a farmer in Evansville.

MARY, also MARCY, NEWTON married, in 1754, at Southborough, Mass.,
John Shattuck, and died there his widow, June 4, 1760.

MARY ANN NEWTON, born at Newburyport, Mass. ; married at Waltham,
May 5, 1S36, William R. Thompson, who was born at Lancaster, Mass. They
lived in Waltham, where their children were born, viz. :

i. Mary Elizabeth Thompson, b. , 18-10.

ii. Caroline O. S. Thompson, b. , 1842 ; d. 1847.

iii. Adaline Thompson, b. , 1845.

iv. William Howard Thompson, b. , 1848.

MARY ALMIRA NEWTON married, February 17, 1892, Ralph Howland
Peet, son of Lehman Turrill Peet of New Milford, Conn., born April 18, 1869.

MARY C. NEWTON married at East Hartford, Conn., October 22, 1852,
William M. Stanley, Esq., son of James Stanley of East Hartford (who assisted
in compiling the Pitkin Genealogy, 1887), and his wife Temperence (Pitkin)
Stanley. They resided in East Hartford, Conn. Their children, born there,
were:

i. Ellen Crosby Stanley, b. , 1852.

ii. William Pitkin Stanley, b. , 1856.

iii. Mary Blandina Stanley, b. — , 1858.

iv. James Newton Stanley, b. , 1862.

v. Catherine S. Stanley, b. , 1865.

MARY J. NEWTON married, May 19, 1880, William H. H. Rollins, 2d
(second wife). He was born November 1, 1842. He married (1) in 1869.
Laura Bowers, daughter of Rufus L. Bowers. She died in 1878, leaving one
child.

MARY E. NEWTON married at Brookfield, Mass., Charles Henry Blackmer,
son of Lewis Blackmer of Warren, Mass., and his wife Nancy Keep, who was
born at Leverett, Mass. He was born January 22, 1838. His sister married
Edwin Hall Newton (son of Hiram).

MARY M. NEWTON married at Woburn, Mass., January 12, 1847, James
T. Newcomb, "both of Woburn."

MRS. MARY NEWTON of Rehoboth, Mass., aged 30, married (for a third
marriage) in 1852, James Harlley of Taunton, aged 38 (second wife), son of
John and Sarah Harlley ; she daughter of John and Sarah Else.



NOT TRACED 843

WIDOW MAKY NEWTON married, as his second wife, James Shattuck,
whose first wife was Silence Allen.

WIDOW MARY NEWTON married (2), February 1, 1872, Leland Taft
(second wife).

WIDOW MOLLY NEWTON, widow of Ira, died at Phillipston, August 22,
1819, aged 63.

MRS. MARY NEWTON A. (MAYER) NEWTON, admitted in 1898 to
Second Congregational Church at Greenfield, Mass., and was living in 1902 at
105 Federal Street, Greenfield.

MRS. MARTHA NEWTON was living at same place.

MARGARET M. NEWTON of Weston, Mass., married George W. Lloyd of
Boston. Intention October 25, 1831, at Weston.

MAHALA NEWTON married Daniel H. Goodrich, son of Jesse and Naomi
Goodrich of Pittsfield, Mass. He was born March 12, 1791, or June 12, 1792.
Their children were:

i. Jane Augusta Goodrich, b. .

ii. Edwin Alonzo Goodrich, b. . •

iii. Naomi Goodrich, b. .

MARTHA NEWTON married (1) Earle; married (2) at Leicester,

April 7, 1768, Hezekiah Ward (second wife), son of Hezekiah and Abigail Ward.
He was born in Southborough in 1725, and died in Paxton in 1802, aged 77. His
first wife was Hannah Bellows, who died in Grafton in 1765, leaving eight
children. He lived also in Leicester and last Paxton. Children by wife Martha
were :

i. Hannah Ward, b. , 1769.

ii. Hezekiah Ward, Jr., b. , 1771 ; m. Jemimah Johnson.

MINERVA NEWTON married Asahel H. Talcott, son of John of Newbury,
Ohio, born March, 1804. They lived in Henry County, 111., where children were
born, namely:

i. Edwin Talcott, b. , 1826.

ii. Dexter Talcott, b. , 1829.

iii. Electa A. Talcott, b. , 1831.

iv. Mercy Catherine Talcott, b. , 1833.

v. William H. Talcott, b. , 1844.

vi. Tracy I. Angel Talcott, b. .

vii. Mary M. Talcott, b. , 1855.

MINERVAH NEWTON and Jason Crosur married in Peru, Mass., 1803.
[The marriage intention of "Almira Newdon and Jason Crosher," September
18, 1803, at Peru, I think are the same persons.]

MINERVA SOPHIA NEWTON, aged 35, of Abington, Mass., daughter of
Thomas and Elizabeth Newton of Clifton, Bristol, England, was baptized in the
First Congregational Church at Hanover, Mass., September 17, 1887. Sbe is
styled "Mrs."

MIRIA NEWTON of Petersham, Mass., and Arnold W. Cheney, who was bom
in 1817, and died in 1850, s. p., were married March 29, 1840.



y44 NEWTON GENEALOGY

MITTY NEWTON [her name was probably Submit] and Isaac Jennings
married at Worcester, Mass., March 26, 1782.

NANCY NEWTON and Abraham W. Kimpton married at Millbury, Mass.,
April 2, 1S35. They had a first son born there, and three children at Sutton :

i. William Brown Kimpton, b. , 1S35 (183G?).

ii. Russell Augustine Kimpton. b. , 1840.

iii. Delia Elizabeth Kimpton. b. , 1842.

iv. Emma Jane Kimpton, b. , 1845.

NANCY F. NEWTON and James Lentell married at Framingham, Mass.,
May 4, 1842. She died there December 13, 1845, aged 26 years. Consumption.
Her child,

i. Adelaide M. Lentell, d. Aug. 18, 1843, aged 4 months, 23 days.

OLIVIA NEWTON "of Woodbridge, Conn.," married, 1829, Isaac Leaven-
worth (second wife), bom June 12, 1791, at Roxbury, Conn.; lawyer in New
Haven, Conn. He married (1), 1823, Mrs. Olive Lunn of Washington, Conn..
who died in 1827 at Roxbury, Conn. No children by either marriage. An
adopted child.

OLIVE ELIZABETH .NEWTON of Auburn, Mass.; died at Oxford, Mass.,
November 20, 1840; married at Oxford, October 6, 1840, Brigham Davidson,
son of Simeon and Dorothy (Cudworth) Davidson of Auburn, where he was
born July IS, 1820.

POLLY NEWTON, born about 1771 ; died August 5, 1841, aged 70 ; married
at Poultney, Vt., Benjamin Batchelder, son of Samuel and Mary Batchelder.
He was born at Claremont, N. H., in 1765, and died in 1839. They had

i. Rebecca Batchelder. b. , 1S01.

ii. Daniel D. Batchelder, b. , 1811.

POLLY RICE NEWTON "of Southborough," died at Framingham, June
19, 1839, aged 49; married, at Southborough, December 4, 1814, Jesse Belknap,
Jr., son of Jesse and Sibbell (Sawtell) Belknap of Framingham, where he was
born December 19, 1788. Their children, born in Framingham, were:

i. Caroline Augusta Belknap, b. , 1818.

ii. Susan Arnold Belknap, b. , 1820.

iii. Mary W. Belknap, b. . 1822.

iv. Sarah Elizabeth Belknap, b. , 1S24.

POLLY NEWTON and Preserved S. Green married in Douglas, Mass.,
September 20, 1829.

POLLY NEWTON of Weston, Mass., and Ezekiel Rice. Jr., of Sudbury,
Mass., intention of marriage at Weston, December 30, 1798.

PHILENA NEWTON and Joseph Elbridge Lowell married and had :
i. Alfred Erwin Lowell, b. . 1854, at Fayville, Mass.

PHEBE NEW T TON died at Royalston, Mass., May 13, 1842, aged 19; heart
disease.



NOT TRACED S45

PHEBE NEWTON of Westborough, Mass., married there June 10, 1729,
C. R. Simeon Willard of Hassinemisco, son of Daniel and Sibble Willard of
Grafton, Mass., where he was born May 12, 1783. They lived in Grafton. Their
children, born there, were:

i. Perses Willard, b. March 12, 1729.

ii. Hepsebetii Willard, b. Oct. 9, 1731.

iii. Esther Willard, b. June 13, 1733.

iv. Phebe Willard, b. April 14, 1735.

v. Sarah Willard, b. Feb. 19, 173G-7.

vi. Sibbil (Sybell) Willard, b. June 1739 [bapt. same day. C. R.]

vii. Elizabeth Willard, b. May 4, 1741.

REBECCA NEWTON and Ebenezer Foskett of Orange, Mass., married in
1802, at Princeton.

REBECCA NEWTON and Samuel Trask, both of Braintree, Mass., married
there, September 3, 1780.

ROXANA B. NEWTON, born in 1819; died in 1849, aged 30. Gravestone
in Spencer, Mass. Sbe married Andrew Dodge, son of Zephaniah and Unity
H. Dodge of Spencer. He was born in 1822. G. S. He had a previous wife,
Ann E. Bigelow, wbo was born in 1829, G. S., in Spencer.

RUTH NEWTON, marriage intention with Isaac Mors, Morse, in Grafton,
November 17, 1748. "They lived on Switcher's farm adjacent to Worcester,"
Mass., and had there five children :

i. Elizabeth Mors, b. March 23, 1756.

ii. Artemas Mors, b. Jan. 1, 1757.

iii. Nabby Mors, b. Jan. 16, 1758.

iv. Mary Mors, b. April 11, 1760.

v. Isaac Mors, Jr., b. June 24, 1762.

RUTH NEWTON and Isaac Hunt 6 (son EzekieP) of Ipswich, born in 1753,
married at Salem, Mass., March 11, 1770.

RUTH G. NEWTON died at Barre, Mass., August 17, 1831; married (inten-
tion at Barre, 1827) William A. Johnson, son of Ebenezer and Temperance
Johnson, born about 1798. They had three children.

RHODA NEWTON of Hubbardston and Gershom Comins, marriage intention
at Leicester, June 2, 1781.

RHODA NEWTON, widow of Col. Daniel Wells, died at Byron, N. Y., July
22, 1833, aged 73. He died at Greenfield, Mass., July 26, 1815, aged 55.

SARAH NEWTON of Needham, Mass., and Jeremiah Pratt married at
Newton, Mass., in 1769.

SARAH NEWTON and James Frizbae, intention of marriage 1767, at Lynn,
Mass.

SARAH NEWTON married Abraham Batchelder, born in 1722, son of David
and Susanna Batchelder.

SARAH NEWTON and Noah Piper, intention of marriage at Templeton,
in 1773, had a daughter :

i. Sarah Piper, bapt. at Templeton, March 26, 1775.



g46 NEWTON GENEALOGY

SARAH NEWTON of Southborough married there, February 13, 1780,
Timothy Chase — probably of Sutton. They had

i. Enos Chase, b. Dec. 5, 17S0, in Southborough.

SARAH NEWTON married Daniel Gage and had a son Luke Gage, who died
April 28, 1S58, in New York City. His third wife was Betsey Marvin, whom
he married in South Salem, N. Y. ; born in 1807 in Ridgefield, Conn., daughter
of James and Mary (Keeler) Marvin, then of South Salem, N. Y.

SARAH B. NEWTON and John D. Cooper, both of Dedham, Mass., married
there August 15, 1S24, by Rev. William Cogswell.

SARAH A. NEWTON and Edward H. Maynard of Boston married at
Fairhaven, Mass., August 17, 1847.

SARAH M. NEWTON married, at Templeton, Mass., October 8, 1831, Lam-
bert Howe, son of Fisk and Rachel (Davis) Howe of Templeton, where he was
born August 4, 1799. [Perhaps she was daughter of John Edward Newton.]
They had a son, born in Templeton:

i. Mason Sfooner Howe, b. June 9, 1844.

SUSAN P., or B., NEWTON of Phillipston, Mass., was married there, May
1, 1844, to Joseph Emerson Upham, then of Royalston, Mass., son of John and
Susanna (Baker) ITpham of Templeton, Mass., where he was born December. 9,
1815. Their children, born at Phillipston, were:

i. Alice Adelia Upiiam, b. Feb. 13, 1846.

ii. Albert Lauriston Upiiam, b. Feb. 26, 1S48. There may have been others
after 1850.

SUKEY NEWTON, born September 14, 1802, at Boston, Mass.; died at
Troy, Mich., February 19, 1887; married at Pittsfield, Mass., in 1825, Alfred
Phelps, born at Pittsfield, 1801 or 1807. They settled at Troy, Mich., where he
died in 1829 (?). A daughter born there was:

i. Ellen Dennison Phelps, b. Dec. 28, 1827 ; was living there in 1899.

SUSANNA NEWTON and Ebenezer Singletery married in 1713 at
Marlborough.

SUSANNA NEWTON and William Crossman of Hopkinson married in
1760 in Westborough.

SOPHIA NEWTON and Anson M. Mandley married in 1818 at Westborough.

SOPHRONIA NEWTON married at Millbury, Mass., in 1827, Albert Galatin
Bucknam, son of Russell and Polly (Lovell) Bucknam. He was born at
Sutton in 1803.

STATIRA NEWTON died August 12, 1851; married March 3, 1813, Abial
Beach, son of Ezekiel and Azubah (Cowdrey) Beach of Gustavus, Trumbull
County, Ohio, where they continued to live and where their children were born.
He was born May 9, 1787. Children :

i. Miles Johnson Beach, b. , 1814.

ii. Flavel Emerson Beach, b. , 1818.

iii. Ashbel Emerson Beach, b. , 1828.



NOT TRACED



847



TABITHA NEWTON and Silas Bridges of Brookfield, Mass., married at
Sturbridge, Mass., January 9, 1800. She died at Sturbridge, December 9„ 1806,
aged 40. He died there January 26, 1828, aged 65 or 66. They had a daughter :

i. Eliza Newton Bridges, b. ; d. Oct. — , 1844 ; wife of Jabez Plympton,

whom she m. in 1825 ; a farmer of Sturbridge ; son of Henry and Catherine
(Boyden) Plympton. They had eight children.

THERESS A NEWTON and Anson Bacheller married and had a daughter :

i. Caroline Bacheller, b. Aug. 9, 1819, at Mendon, N. Y. ; m.. there, Benjamin
P. Cleveland.

VELINDA NEWTON and Dana Cutler married at Millbury, Mass., June 17,
1824, and had there :

i. Francis J. Cutler (twin), b. ■, 1827.

ii. Sarah C. Cutler (twin), b. , 1827.

iii. William Dana Cutler, b. , 1830.



ERRATA
Catherine Elvira', b. November 23 i«4 , ,
omitted from page 123. ' ' dau * ht «* of Lowell Appleton



Newton, was



287, 294, 351,


450, 450-


Albert S.


343, 347


414,


415,


Amanda


L., 492.






459, 479, 481,


487, 501,


667,


868.






Amanda F., 344.






510, 511, 537,


606, 656,


Alberta I


'., 644.






Amasa,


34.








658, 671.




Aldace W


'., 147.






Amelia,


336.








Abigail D., 600.




Alexandei


•, 105,


126,


512,


Amity, 546.








Abigail E., 484.




513,


677.






Ammariah, 75








Abigail J., 572.




Alexander H., 654.






Amos, 63, 69


, 79,


80,


166,


Abigail M., 321.




Alexandei


■ J., 126,


147,


599.


186,


189,


197,


198,


231,


Abijah, 112, 119.




Alexander S., 664,


672.




286,


298,


299,


504,


505,


Abner, 26, 68, 76,


181.


Alexis, 579, 618.






506,


564,


590,


591.




Abner N., 650, 652.


Alfred B.


, 371.






Amos F.


, 654








Abraham, 19, 55,


61, 508,


Alfred 0.


398, 433






Amos I.,


621.








509, 535.




Alfred J.


338.






Amos P.


307,


370,


371.




Abraham H., 295,


296.


Alfred M


., 356.






Amos R.


, 29S








Abram, 265.




Alfonsus,


493.






Amos S.


, 303


364






Achsah, 83, 103.




Alfreda, 150.






Amy, 601.








Ada, 411.




Alice, 286


, 544, 545


, 560


631.


Amy E.,


496.








Ada B., 259.




Alice A.,


489, 639,


676.




Amy J.,


672.








Ada M., 145, 412.




Alice B.,


498.






Amy Ij.,


406.








Ada P., 431.




Alice C,


397, 399.






Andrew,


179,


208,


256,


574,


Ada S., 150.




Alice E.,


418.






675.










Adam, 567, 596.




Alice H„


665.






Andrew


J., 105


127,


291,


Adam H., 595.




Alice J.,


131.






599,


628.








Adelaide, 126, 591




Alice L.,


496.






Andrew


W., 368.






Adeline, 306, 491.




Alice Mm


356, 391






Angelia,


191.








Adeline A., 123.




Allen, 681.






Angel ine


583.








Adeline E., 571.




Allen E.,


419.






Angenette, 66:


.






Adeline P., 401.




Allen G.,


629.






Angevine


Wm


311.






Adelbert M., 123.




Allen L.,


671.






Anna, 75, 84,


89,


101,


107,'


Adell, 677.




Allen N.,


132.






110,


111,


123,


185,


221 ,


Adelia, 126.




Allison L


, 662.






238,


241,


242


253,


257*,


Adelia C, 573.




Alma, 143, 151.






265,


2S9,


302!


324,


365,


Adelia M., 123.




Alma E.,


665.






477,


486,


487,


493,


540,


Addie, 188, 343, 365.


Alma R.,


676.






569,


675.








Addie C, 130.




Almeda, 194.






Anna R.


, 238.








Addie M., 676.




Almira, 159, 488,


529,


684.


Anna C,


356,


568.






Addie O., 152.




Almira E


., 613.






Anna E.


, 624.








Adin G., 661.




Alonzo, 146,






Anna J.


493.








Adin H., 658-661.




Alonzo C


, 351.






Anna L.


188,


307.






Adonijah, 9, 84, 103.


Alonzo E


, 308, 372, 394.


Anna M.


, 190,


601


649,


680.



54



NEWTON GENEALOGY



ERRATA AND CORRECTIONS

Pg. v. Explanations — For by number, read by page and number.

Ppg. 26, 63. The following was received too late for its insertion in its proper place. On page 342 of the Records of tl
Massachusetts Court of Assistants you will find that at a Court held 3 March 1690-1, Samuel Newton of Marlborough an
Rebecca his wife, widow of his uncle Isaac Newton, were presented for living together incestuous, the marriage being withi
the line of affinity prohibited by the Law of England, and they were forbidden to cohabit together.

Pg. 27. No. 30. Insert, Married John Nurse.

Pg. 27. Note. Remove wholly the five lines in brackets. They were not intended to go in, just memorandum.

Pg. 108. Note. For Sarah Gale 4, read Sarah Gale 3, dau. of John 2, son of Richard Gale 1. There are only thr<
generations.

Pg. 147. No. 985. For Corolus read Carolus. Same change wherever the name occurs, pages 126, 147, 160, and index.

Pg. 147. No. 1301. Remove the words "married, and has five living children." The phrase was said of her father ar
became misplaced.

Pg. 179. Note. Andrew Greeley. Remove the whole sentence beginning "He Married" and insert, He married Mai
Moyse, dau. of Joseph and Hannah Moyse.

Pg. 258. Note. Lysander Delos — For b. July 31, read July 11.

Pg. 403. No. 3222. For died "1868 aged 59," read 1886. For his wife died October 25. read October 27.

Pg. 403. No. 3891. For the name "Stondenmeyer" wherever it occurs, read Stoudenmeyer.

Ppg. 404, 435. No. 3892. For "Bullard," read Ballard in every case.

Pg. 436. No. 4183. For Guy Gould, read Guy Guerdon.

Pg. 711. No. 438. Insert, See pages 725, 726, for his father.

Pg. 725-726. No. 102. The following is a revised statement regarding this family. I did not receive all the items in tin
to give a clear statement :

102. THOMAS NEWTON 3. son of John 2, (Rev. Roger 2), born 1682; d. 1753; m. June 20, 1704, Mary Baldwin. Childrei

Thomas 4, b. 1705; d. 1705.

Thomas 4, b. Feb. 9, 1707 ; d. April 28, 1783 ; m. 1730, Sarah Leete.

Mary 4, b. — ; Sarah 4, b. — ; Bette 4, b. — ; Ann 4, b. — ; Susanna 4, b. — .

THOMAS NEWTON 4 JR., son of Thomas 3 (John 2, Rev. Roger 1), b. 1707; m. 1730, Sarah Leete, who died 1782; hi
children :

No. 438. Joseph 5, born — ; m. (1) 1755, Sarah Hull; m. (2) 1770, Mrs. Esther Sperry.

No. 439. Thomas 5, b. about 1734 ; m. 1763, Chloe Atwood.

Jared 5, b. — ; m. 1778, Mary Bunnell.

Pg. 726. No. 439. For the generation numbers "4" and "5," read 5 and 6. Thus all the generation numbers on pag
711 and 720 are wrong. — E. N. L.



ERRATA

CATHERINE Elviua s , b. November 23, 1834, daughter of Lowell Appletou Newton, was
omitted from page 123.



NEWTON INDEX



PAGES 1 TO' 684. PART 1



CHRISTIAN NAMES OF NEWTONS



Aaron, 63, 166, 196, 233, 302,
476.

Aaron B., 106.

Abba M., 360.

Abbie, 414.

Abbie F. (or C), 346.

Abbie L., 296, 359.

Abbie M., 336.

Abby M., 352.

Abby T., 395.

Abel, 69, 80, 98, 99.

Abel D., 312, 373-377.

Abiab R., 123.

Abiel, 241.

Abigail, 47, 74, 75, 86, 93,
96, 111, 204, 226, 273,
287, 294, 351, 450, 456-
459, 479, 481, 487, 501,
510, 511, 537, 606, 656,
658, 671.

Abigail D., 600.

Abigail E., 484.

Abigail J., 572.

Abigail M., 321.

Abijab, 112, 119.

Abner, 26, 68, 76, 181.

Abner N., 650, 652.

Abraham, 19, 55, 61, 508,
509, 535.

Abraham H., 295, 296.

Abrain, 265.

Achsah, 83, 103.

Ada, 411.

Ada B., 259.

Ada M., 145, 412.

Ada P., 431.

Ada S., 150.

Adam, 567, 590.

Adam II.. 595.

Adelaide, 126, 591.

Adeline, 306, 491.

Adeline A., 123.

Adeline E., 571.

Adeline P., 401.

Adelbert M., 123.

Adell, 677.

Adelia, 126.

Adelia C, 573.

Adelia M., 123.

Addie, 188, 343, 365.

Addie C, 130.

Addio M., 676.

Addie O., 152.

Adin G., 661.

Adin H., 658-661.

Adonijah, 9, 84, 103.



(Reference is to pages.)

Adoniram J., 251, 366, 420.

Adolphus L., 489.

Agnes, 630.

Agnes I., 676.

Agur, 95, 120, 142.

Ainslow A., 489.

Alan T., 677.

Albrew W., 368.

Albert, 107, 125, 130, 314,

325, 359, 388, 373, 612.
Albert C, 498.
Albert E., 188, 408, 418, 439,

443, 667.
Albert F., 495, 498.
Albert G., 607, 634.
Albert H., 336, 408.
Albert S., 343, 347, 414, 415,

067, 668.
Alberta P., 644.
Aldace W., 147.
Alexander, 105, 126, 512,

513, 677.
Alexander H., 654.
Alexander J., 126, 147, 599.
Alexander S., 664, 672.
Alexis, 579, 618.
Alfred B., 371.
Alfred C, 398, 433.
Alfred J., 338.
Alfred M., 356.
Alfonsus, 493.
Alfreda, 150.

Alice, 286, 544, 545, 560, 631.



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