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had there three children :

425. 1. Polly 7 Hyde, b. April 18, 1802.

426. 2. Stephen N. 7 Hyde, b. Sept.' 12, 1806.

427. 3. Amos N. 7 Hyde, b. July 1, 1809.

428. tvi. Stephen , b. March 21, 1778 ; m. Sally Fay.

260. FRANCIS NEWTON 5 (Phineas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Phineas and Patience (Howe) Newton of Marlborough and Leicester, Mass.,
was horn at Leicester, March 21, 1731-2, and died April 18, 1781, aged 50.

He married Elizabeth . She was born about 1736, and died April 16,

1820, aged 84.

Erancis Newton and his wife Elizabeth were admitted to the Congregational
Church at Belchertown, Mass., in 1756, and removed from that town in 1761.
In 1770 his name appears in Hadley, Mass., in a "List of Inhabitants of Hadley
in 1770, and the parts of the village and town in which they resided; their polls
and valuations." Erom a valuation made 1770 and sent to Boston: "Francis
Newton. 1 poll, £29. 8. East side of Main street, beginning at the North end."

The History of Hadley gives the names and marriages of five children. In the
First United States Census, 1790, the mother, Elizabeth Newton, in Hadley,
Mass., is given as the head of the family — she was a widow then — and her family
consisted besides, of one male under sixteen years, and one other female.

Francis Newton, a soldier of the Revolution, on a list of men from Col.
Cushing's Regiment, mustered by Thomas Newhall, muster master for Wor-
cester County, to serve at Rhode Island "until the 1st. of Jan. next" (year not
given) in Capt. Newton's Company. [I suppose this to be this Erancis Newton. 5 ]


429. i. Elizabeth 6 , b. about 1761; d. at Hadley, Mass., Dec. 26, 1790, aged 29;
m. at Hadley, Nov. 6, 1783, Moses Kellogg, Jr., son of Captain Moses and
Mary (Sheldon) Kellogg of Hadley, where he was born Feb. 6, 1761, and

. Bezaleel Walker, b. May 7, 1724, in Sudbury, d. in Southborough, June 10, 1810; m. (1)
at Marlborough, April 3, 1755, Deborah Barns, b. at Marlborough, Oct. 26, 1724, died at
Southborough, Dec. 22, 1768, daughter of Kichard Barns, Jr., by 2d wife, Anne Hide. He m.
(2) at Southborough, Dec. 3, 1778, Huldah Newton 6 (dau. of Ezekiel, Jr. 4 , Moses 3 ), who died
at Southborough, Oct. 8, 1791. He m. (3) at Southborough, Sept. 26, 1793, Bethiah
Newton 6 (Gideon 4 , Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 ), who died "Dec. 6, 1807, aged 61." C. R. The
children of Bezaleel and Deborah born at Southborough were : Anne, b. July 17, 1758, d.
Oct. 6, 1786; Deborah, b. May 2, 1761; Daniel, b. July 1, 1764, m. Patience Newton' (dau.
Amos 6 , Jr., John 4 ).

* Jonathan Hyde 1 , "Sergt.," b. 1626 ; in Cambridge, 1647 ; d. 1711 ; m. Mary French.
who d. 1672 ; m. (2) 1673, Mary Radiat, who d. 1708. Had twenty-one children. One was
Joseph Hyde 2 , b. 1672 ; d. 1759, a?. 87 ; m. 1704, Mary Williams, who d. 1749 ; six
children. One was Joseph Hyde 3 , b. 1714 ; d. 1786 ; m. 1740, Susanna Livermore, and had




where he died Jan. 14, 1826, aged 65. Both are buried at Hadley, where
they resided. Their children were :
1. A child 7 , , b. May 29, 1784 ; d. Oct. 18, 17S4.

430. 2. Dorinda 7 Kellogg, bapt. Nov., 1785 ; d. Dec. 5, 1S59, without children ; m.,

as his second wife, Levi Bartlett of Hadley. He kept a horse-ferry at
Hockanum. He d. Sept. 11, 1859.

431. 3. Richard 1 Kellogg, bapt. Oct. 7, 1787 ; d. in Hadley, June 19, 1811.

432. 4. Roswell 7 Kellogg, bapt. Oct. 7, 1787; m. Nancy Haughton.

433. ii. Eleanor 6 , b. ; m. 1783, Jonathan Cooke, Jr., son of Jonathan and

Ruth (Goodman) Cooke of Hadley, where he was born Oct. 17, 1759. He
was called "Doctor" ; removed from Hadley.

434. iii. Tryphena 6 , b. ; d. in Hadley, June 10, 1805; m. there Jan. 3, 1790,

Solomon Cooke, son of Lieut. Noah and Keziah (Parsons) Cooke of Hadley,
where he was born Feb. 11, 1764, and where he died June 21, 1831, aged 67.
They lived in Hadley. Their children, born there, were :

435. 1. Solomon 7 Cooke, b. Nov. 19, 1790.

436. 2. Elizabeth 7 Cooke, b. May 4, 1792.

437. 3. Tryphena 7 Cooke, b. M^iy 1, 1794; d. Dec. 20, 1807, se. 13.

438. 4. Sylvester 7 Cooke, b. Feb. 16, 1796.

439. 5. Noah 7 Cooke, b. May 28, 1798.

440. 6. Parsons 7 Cooke, b. Feb. 18, 1800; grad. Williams College 1822; pastor of

Congregational Church at Lynn, Mass.

441. 7. Amanda 7 Cooke, b. Feb. 12, 1803.

442. iv. Sally", b. about 1769 ; d. in Sunderland, Mass., Oct. 4, 1844, aged 75, G. S. ;

m. in Sunderland, May 19, 1798, Daniel Russell, Jr., son of Daniel and
Lucy (Clark) Russell of Hadley, Mass., bapt. Jan. 12, 1772, died Aug. 2,
1847, aged 75, G. S. They settled on the estate of his father in the north
part of Hadley. Their children were all baptized Oct. 2, 1814. The order
of them may not be correct.

443. 1. Charles 7 Russell, b. April, 1799; m. Cordelia Smith, dau. of Justin.

444. 2. Lucy 7 Russell, b. about 1801; m. (1) Zenas Cook of Hadley; m. (2)

Capt. Parker of Montague.

445. 3. Eliza 7 Russell, b. ; m. Ransom Field of Leverett.

446. 4. Levi 7 Russell, b. ; m. (1) Salome Cowles of No. Leverett; m. (2)

Sarah Smith of Heath; m. (3) Celinda Stowell of Petersham.

447. 5. Orrin 7 Russell, b. ; m. Fanny Smith of Heath, sister of Sarah


448. 6. Tryphena 7 Russell, b. ; m. Caleb Dexter Dickinson of Amherst.

449. 7. Daniel Newton 7 Russell, b. ; m. Sarah G. Pierce of Greenfield.

450. 8. Calvin 7 Russell, b. about 1813; d. April 4, 1883, aged 70; m. Harriet

Shattuck of No. Amherst; m. (2) Ellen A. , who was born Feb.

21, 1822, and died Jan. 30, 1886. He died in Montague, Mass.

451. tv. Francis 6 , 2d, b. 1774 ; m. Abigail Dickinson.

269. THADDEUS NEWTON 5 (Phineas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Phineas and Patience (Howe) Newton of Leicester, Mass., Windsor, Conn., and
Wilbraham, Mass., was born at Leicester, May 5, 1750, and died May 14, 1830,
at Buckingham, Wayne County, Pa. Burial in "Newton Cemetery" in Buck-
ingham township, Pa.

He married "Thaddeus Newton of Wilbraham Intends marriage with

Sarah Demmon of Windsor Goshan the same is Lawfully published March 16th,
1776. James Warriner, town Clerk," is the record of his marriage intention —
record of marriage not given.

Mr. Newton moved about some during his long lifetime. I have noticed
that those men who had been soldiers were not content to live and die among
their native hills. On July 21, 1779, in a conveyance of land by him and his
brother Paul to their brother Phineas Newton of Wilbraham, he was "of
Becket," Mass. By later deeds, we find him living 1781-2, in Murraysfield;
1784, in Chester; 1787, in Norwich; 1794-5, Montgomery. These towns are in

nine children. One was Amos Hyde*, b. 1742; d. 1795: m. Susanna ; res.. Newton,

and had eight children. One was Benjamin Hyde 5 , b. 1772; d. 1825; m. 1802, Mary


Hampden and Hampshire counties, Mass. After 1795 lie removed to Wayne

County, Pa., where he spent the remainder of his life. He was engaged in the

manufacture of lumber. This would account for his removals from place to place

and the many purchases of lands — timber lands. The old Newton homestead,

the Newton sawmill, the Newton Cemetery, were in Buckingham, Wayne County,

Pa., "on the banks of the Delaware" is the statement. Thaddeus Newton was

a soldier of the Eevolution. The Massachusetts Archives at the State House in

Boston contain the service rolls of several of his enlistments. Abstracts are here

given. I am always pleased to find a descriptive list. The Newtons are much


War Service of Thaddeus Newton.

Private, Capt. Enoch Shepard's Co., Col. John Mosley's regiment, enlisted Aug. 17,
1777, discharged Aug. 23, 1777, service seven days. Hampshire County Reg*. Company
marched on alarm to Bennington. Mileage (83 miles) home allowed. Also,

Private (in same company and regiment as above), enlisted Sept. 21, 1777, service
8 days in the Northern Department. Sept. 28, 1777. reported to have left camp without
leave. Roll sworn to at Westfield and Murrayfield. Company marched from Murray-
field to reinforce army under Gen 1 Gates. Also,

On Descriptive List of men raised in Berkshire County, agreeable to resolve of June
9, 1779, to serve in the Continental Army for the term of 9 months, returned at Spring-
field, July 16, 1779, in Capt. Porter's Company, Col. Rossiter's Regt. Age 29 years,
Stature 5 ft. 8 in., Complexion light, engaged for the town of Becket. Also,

Private, Capt. James Black's Company, Col. David Mosley's Regt., entered June 15,
1782, discharged June 17, 1782, service 3 days, on Alarm at Northampton. Reported
3 horses in the service and traveled 20 miles (Chester). Company commanded by Lieut.
William Campbell, Roll sworn to at Chester. Also,

His name appears on a Warrant to pay officers and men, on a Roll bearing date
Nov. 9, 1786, of Capt. James Black's Company, Col. David Moseley's Reg*., service on
an Alarm at Northampton.

Much is lacking in the record of his children, and it is to be regretted we have
nothing further of his wife. The oldest child was born at Wilbraham, the others
probably in Hampshire County, Mass.


452. ti. Ezra , b. April 24, 1777; m. Mary Carr.

453. ii. Dorcas 6 , b. , 177- ; prob. Hampshire Co., Mass.

454. iii. Rachel 6 , b. , 17 — ; prob. Hampshire Co., Mass.

455. iv. Achsah 6 , b. , 17 — ; prob. Hampshire Co., Mass.

456. v. Artemas , b. Oct. 1, 1788; m. and had a daughter

457. 1. Polly 7 , b. ; who was Mrs. Polly Jacobs and was living in Hancock,

N. Y., and perhaps does still. She has a knowledge of the old places
and was able to point out the site of the sawmill, the homestead, etc.

458. vi. Louisa 6 , b. about 1790.

274. OLIVER NEWTON 5 (Stephen 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Stephen and Mary (Witt) Newton of Windsor, Conn., and Belchertown, Mass.,
was born at Windsor, Conn., April 2, 1742.

He married (1) Rebecca , born about 1736. In 1764, she was admitted

to membership in the Congregational Church at Belchertown (the 109th member),
and died at Belchertown — "First wife of Oliver Newton," C. R., January — ,
1771, aged 35.

He married (2) May — , 1771, Widow Elizabeth Marsh, who was born about
1742, and who died in New Braintree, Mass. — "Betsey, wife of Oliver, May 15,
1823, aged 81" — is the record. From the use of the word "wife" instead of
"widow," it would seem that her husband was living in 1823.

Oliver Newton was a soldier of the Revolution. Abstract of service :

Newton. Oliver, Ware. In list of men drafted from Hampshire County, served 9
months at Fishkill, in Capt. Brackinbridge's Co., Col. Porter's regiment. Age 35 years,


height 5 feet. S inches. Resides in Ware. [There are other mentions and service not

Ware joins Belehertown- on the southeast. It would appear that Mr. Newton
settled in Ware, and his church affiliation was with Belehertown. The First
United States Census, 1790, found him in Ware, Hampshire County, head of a
family, the other members of which were, one male under sixteen years, and five

I can give here but one child by each wife.


459. i. Asa 8 , b. ; d. at Belehertown in 1783. He was admitted to the church

at Belehertown in 1771 ; was No. 142 at that date. He m. Sybel Witt, who
was born about 1739. She was admitted to membership in the same Congre-
gational church at Belehertown with her husband in 1771, and d. at Bel-
ehertown in 1773, aged 34.

(by second wife.)

460. ii. Electa 6 , b. ; baptized at Hardwick, Nov. 12, 1775.

277. GEESHOM NEWTON, JR. 5 (Gershonr*, Samuel 3 , John-, Richard 1 ),
son of Gershom and Elizabeth (Angier) Newton of Marlborough, Mass., was
born there April 24, 1715, and died February 27, 1800.

He married at Marlborough, September 25, 1744, Jerusha Bruce, daughter of
Samuel and Elizabeth (Townsend?) Bruce* of Marlborough, where she was
born October 20, 1721.

Gershom Newton, Jr., and his brother Timothy were soldiers in the French
and Indian War in 1748, and Gershom again in 1756. He was in the Crown
Point expedition, in Capt. Ebenezer Newell's, Roxbury, Company, March 27,
1755, till December 17, 1755.

He was taxed in Framingham, 1757. Perhaps he lived there for a time, as
also in Southborough ; but the record of his children is in Marlborough.

In the First United States Census, 1790, a Gershom Newton is credited to
Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass., head of a family, i. e., one male and
one female. Another Gershom Newton at Marlborough, Middlesex County,
Mass., head of a family, which, with himself, consisted of four males above
sixteen years of age, and one female. This last was Gershom, Jr. 5 I have not
found the other.


461. i. Anna 8 , b. July 29, 1745.

462. tii. Adonuah", b. July 15, 1747; m. Dinah Morse (169).

463. iii. Jonah 6 , b., "s. of Gershom"; bapt. Sept. 27. 1767. at Marlborough. C. K.

464. iv. Joseph 6 , b., "s. of Gershom" ; bapt. Sept. 27, 1767, at Marlborough. C. R.

465. v. [Perhaps Gershom. head of a family in Lanesborough, head of a family —

U. S. Census, 1790— self and wife.]

289. TIMOTHY NEWTON 5 (Gershom^, Samuel 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son
of Gershom and Elizabeth (Angier) Newton of Marlborough, Mass., was born
there May 4, 1723. The First United States Census, 1790, Timothy Newton
was head of a family in Northborough, Mass., which consisted of himself and
two females; who was probably this Timothy 5 — but may have been his son,
Timothy . There is no probate record of the estate of Timothy Newton 3 in
Massachusetts and I find no record of his death.

* Samuel Bruce 3 (Roger 2 , John 1 . See note to Samuel Newton 3 ), b. March 24. 1691; m. 1720
or 1721, Elizabeth Townsend ; res. Marlborough and Southborough and had five children :
Jerusha*, b. Oct. 20, 1721 ; m. 1744, Gershom Newton 5 (s. Gershom 4 ) ; Sarah*, b. 1723 ;
Joseph, b. 1726; Samuel, b. 1729; Roger, b. 1734.


The town records of Marlborough state that he was a soldier in the French
and Indian wars of 1748 and 1756, together with his brother Gershom, Jr.

He resided in Marlborough-Southborough, where his children were born. The
record is quite clear as to the parents and birth dates of the four children — the
mother of each not at all uncertain.

Timothy Newton 5 was probably married when he served his first term as a
soldier — as long before as 1746 ; I do not find the record of this marriage. His
wife was Hannah , and their son Timothy's birth is recorded in South-
borough. There may have been other children, not recorded, between the dates
of this and his second marriage — at least sixteen years.

Timothy Newton 5 married (2) at Marlborough, Mass., March 22, 1760, Sarah
Morse, who was the mother of three children born there. She was probably
living in 1790 with him in Northborough, and was one of the "two females"
recorded in the United States Census. I have not been able to trace her
parentage. Why Lydia Morse (dau. of Samuel and Lydia (Newton) Morse)
should be given as this wife and mother, in the Morse Genealogy, I do not know.


466. i. Timothy", b. Oct. 7, 1747, at Southborough.

467. ii. Miriam', b. July 20, 1761, at Marlborough ; m. [intention in Northborough

June 28, 17791 Antipas Bowker, Jr., son of Antipas and Esther (Rice)
Bowker of Northborough, where he was born Oct. 18, 1758. The Bowkers
lived in Marlborough, Westborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury, where
several generations of this ancestry may be found. See also Rice Gen-
ealogy for Esther Rice ancestry. Child :

468. 1. Hannah 1 Bowker, b. Oct. 5, 1779. So is the record at Northborough.

469. iii. Samuel Morse , b. Oct. 20, 1766, at Marlborough.

470. iv. Jason 8 , b. April 1, 1769, at Marlborough.

293. JASON NEWTON 5 (Gershom*, Samuel 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Gershom and Elizabeth (Angier) Newton of Marlborough, Mass., was born there
February 2, 1736.

He married at Mendon, Mass., "by Rev. Erost, January 9, 1757, Hannah
Warren of Mendon," perhaps daughter of Samuel and Hannah (Beard)
Warren. Marriage also recorded in Framingham. Her descendants state that
her son Jason received a United States pension, which after his death in 1842
was transferred to her. She would have been of great age at that date.

Jason Newton, then of Framingham, Mass., was in the French and Indian
War. His name appears on the roll in Capt. Henry Eames' Company, April
26, 1757.

Jason Newton, wife Hannah and child, Abigail, from Framingham were
"warned out" of Mendon, February 19, 1759. He probably settled in Mendon
about this time. One child at least, and perhaps others, was born there.

Before 1775 he had removed to Lanesborough, Berkshire County, Mass. The
following entry in the Index to the Revolutionary War Archives is probably
his service in that war:

Jason Newton. Lanesborough. Private Capt. Asa Barnes Co., Col. Patterson Regi-
ment of Minute-men, marched April 19, 1775, entered service April 22, 1775, served one
month. Reported returned home.

Jason Newton. Private Capt. David Wheeler's Co. Service six days. Company
marched from Lanesboro' to Meloomseuyck. Aug. 14, 1777 on Alarm. Jason Newton.
Private Capt. Asa Barnes' Co. Service 15 days. Company marched to Manchester (50
miles) July 13, 1777.

Jason Newton is recorded in the First United States Census, 1790, as being
head of a family in New Ashford, Berkshire County, Mass., the other members
of which were one male under sixteen years, and three females.




471. i. Abigail 6 , b. ; bapt. at Framingham, May 14, 1758.

47_\ ii. Samuel 6 , b. (prob. in latter part of 1759) at Mendon, Mass.; bapt. in the
church at Milford (a town adjoining), by Rev. Frost, Jan. 27, 1760. He
married March 18, 1784, Sarah Sherman. He was a soldier of the Revo-
lution from Lanesborough, having moved to that towu. An abstract of
service is :

Samuel Newton. Lanesborough. Private Capt. David Wheeler's Co.,
Col. Benjamin Simond's regiment. Entered service Dec. 16, 1776, dis-
charged March 22, 1777 — [several other enlistments — a long account
that I did not copy] — drummer; Corporal. Descriptive list, dated
February 3, 1781, in Jeremiah Miller's Co., First Mass. Regiment, Age
21 years. Stature 5 ft. 7 in. Complexion light, hair brown, birth-
place Mendon, residence Lanesborough.
After the war Mr. Newton removed, as did also his brother Jason, to
Ira, Rutland Co., Vt., where he was residing when the First United States
Census was taken in 1790, his family consisting of besides himself, one
male above 16 years, one male under 16 years and two females. His rela-
tives say he had no children; also that he and his brother Jason were
Revolutionary and War of 1812 pensioners.

473. tiii. Jason 6 , b. , 1762; m. (1) Ruth Chase; m. (2) Lydia Collins; m. (3)

Susannah Hewett.

294. LEVI NEWTON 5 (Gershom*, Samuel 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Ger-
shom and Mercy (Newton) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was born there
October 13, 1746.

He married in Sutton, Mass., October 26, 1769, "both of Worcester," Elizabeth
Woodward. The marriage is also recorded in Worcester. There are Woodwards
in both of those towns, whose daughter she may have been. (See 2084, 2124,

Levi Newton and wife "Betsey" had one son born in Sutton. There were
probably other children.

In the first United States Census, 1790, the family of Levi Newton at Sutton
consisted of himself, two males under sixteen years, and three females.


474. ti. Levi 8 , b. April 17. 1776, in Sutton ; m. Polly Cole.

300. JOSHUA NEWTON, JR. 5 (Joshua 4 , Zachariah 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ),
son of Joshua and Mercy or Mary (Temple) Newton of Marlborough, and South-
borough, Mass., was born at Southborough, September 26, 1734. He died there
and his will was filed May 19, 1774.

He married at Southborough, March 11, 1761, Mary Bellows, daughter of
John Bellows, Jr. [see White Family Quarterly, Vol. L p. 74.]

Joshua Newton, Jr., was a soldier in the French and Indian War. His name
appears on the roll of Capt. John Buck's Company, mustered March 2, 1757,
fifty-five men. They were then at Northfield, Mass.

In Joseph Holt's journal of the march of Capt. Ebenezer Jones's Company
in the expedition to Canada, under date of July 20, 1758, a contact was had
with the enemy, when many officers and men were killed, whom he mentions
by name, and the name of Joshua Newton of South Berwick, missing. South
Berwick is in Maine. If this was Joshua, Jr. 5 , he was not killed; for he
appeared soon after to be married.

He lived in Southborough, where his children were born.


In 1770 a return of the number of polls in his household shows only one —
himself. He was a farmer.

The following is a list of papers in the settlement of his estate and a verbatim
copy of his will :

1774 Joshua Newton, Southborough, yeoman, 432G0

Papers. Assent of widow to appointment.
Will, filed May 19, 1774 by John Temple.
Bond of Manasseh Stone, appointed admr.
June 24, 1774, £500.

Asahel Moore )
Prudence Newton ) sureties.
Warrant of Appraisal.
Inventory Real Estate £200 — 0—0.
Personal £ 72—2—11.

Real is the homestead and a piece of land,

Personal is horse, cattle, farming & household utensils.
Bond of Asahel Moore as admr. de bonis non,
Appointed Apr. 10, 1777. £300.
Warrant of Appraisal.

Account of Asahel Moore showing payment of bills.
Further account, (proceeds of land sold amounting to £91 — 17 — 10.)

In the name of God, Amen. The Second Day of May A D 1774. I Joshua Newton
of Southborough in the County of Worcester and province of the massachusetts Bay,
yeoman, being very sick and weak in Body, but of perfect mind and memory, thanks to
God ; Therefore calling to mind the mortality of my Body, and knowing it is appointed
for men once to die, Do make and ordain this my last will and Testament, that is to say,
principally and first of all ; I give and recommend my soul into the Hands of God who
gave it, hoping thro' the merits of my Savior Jesus Christ to have full and free pardon
and forgiveness of all my sins, and to inherit eternal life, and my body I commit to the
earth to be decently buried at the Discretion of my executor hereafter named, not doubt-
ing but at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power
of God. And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless
me, in this life, I give, demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and
form ; That is to say,

Imprimis. I will that all these debts & duties as I do owe in right or conscience to
any person or persons whatsoever, shall be well and truly paid or caused to be paid in
convenient time after my death, by my executor hereafter named.

Item. I give and bequeath to my dearly beloved wife Mary Newton all my estate real
and personal, to her and her heirs forever, excluding any which she may have by
another Husband, after my death, excepting the following legacies viz.
To my well beloved son Nathan Newton thirty three pounds six shillings and eight
pence, which I give to him and his heirs forever, to be paid to him at the age of twenty
one years.

Item. I give to my well beloved Daughter Ediathatha Newton six pounds thirteen shill-
ings and four pence to her and her Heirs forever, to be paid, at the age of twenty one

Item. I give to my well beloved daughter Mary Newton six pounds thirteen shillings
and four pence, to her and her heirs forever, to be paid to her at the age of twenty one

Item I give to my well beloved daughter Parazina Newton, six pounds thirteen shillings
and four pence to her and her Heirs forever to be paid at the age of twenty one years.

And I do hereby constitute, make and ordain Mr. John Temple of Southborough my
only and sole executor of this my last will and testament, And I do hereby utterly
revoke and disannul all and every other former testaments wills, legacies, bequests and
executors by me in any wise before this time willed bequeathed or named, ratifying
and confirming this and none other to be my last will and testament.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, the day and year above

Joshua X Newton

mark (Seal)


Signed, sealed, published and

pronounced and declared by the said Joshua Newton as his last will and testament, in

the presence of us the subscribers

James Parker

Asahel Moore

Prudence Newton


475. i. Editha 6 , b. Nov. 4, 17G2 ; never married ; d. at Southborough, May 19, 1849,

aged 77. Apoplexy.

476. tii. Nathan 8 , b. May 13, 1764; m. (1) Anna Brigham ; m. (2) Dorothy Dunn(?)

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