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t Wallace is also spelled Wallis and Walis in the records. William Wallace and wife
Eleanor had the following children born in Worcester : Elizabeth, Sept. 8, 1740 ; Eleanor,
Dec. 7, 1742 (m. in Worcester, Aug. 10, 1757. David Cunningham, and had there a daughter.
Rebecca Cunningham, b. Dec. 20, 1760) ; Sarah, May 16. 1744 (m. about 1761, John Newton 5 ) ;
Benoney William, June 26, 1745.



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NEWTON GENEALOGY



328. THADDEUS NEWTON 5 (Obediah*, Thomas 3 , John 2 , Eichard 1 ), son

of "Obediah and Abigail'' ( ) Newton of Marlborough, Shrewsbury and

Grafton, Mass., was born at Grafton, Mass., June 24, 1745.

He married (I suppose he is the man of this name who did) Jane .

Thadeus and Jane Newton lived in Worcester, Mass., where four children
were bom to them.

The First United States Census, 1790, shows three persons of this name heads
of families, two living at Montgomery, Mass., and one at Durnmerston, Vt., one
may be this Thaddeus. [The name is spelled there every time with two d's.]

*

CHILDREN.

550. i. Clark 8 , b. April 16, 1765 ; d. June 8, 1767, and is buried in the Old Burying

ground on the Common in Worcester.

551. ii. Mary 6 , b. May 14, 1767.

552. iii. Amasa , b. April 19, 17G9.

553. iv. Charles", b. March 27, 1771.

339. ALPHEUS NEWTON 5 (Abiier^ Thomas 3 , John 2 , Eichard 1 ), son of
Abner and Vashti (Eager) Newton of Westborough, Mass.; born there May 7,
1734; died in Deerfield, Mass., December 24, 1818.

He married in Westborough, Mass., January 31, 1753, Elizabeth Claflin,
daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth (Caryl) Claflin* of Wenham, Mass. She

was born September 3, 1739. She died, probably at Deerfield, Mass.. .

1S14, "aged 82."

Alpheus Newton was a farmer. He lived first in Westborough, where the first
three children were born ; in 1758 and 1759 he had a child baptized in the
church at Brookfield, Mass.; then seven children are recorded as having been
born in Petersham; three others were born somewhere else and one born in
Deerfield; where the names of all his children are recorded. He was in that
town as early as 1778. Petersham and New Salem are adjoining towns.

Alpheus Newton and his son Alpheus, Jr\, were soldiers of the Eevolution.
The following may be, in part, the service of either father or son. I cannot
determine which is which in this case:

Alpheus Newton. New Salem. List to serve Continental Army from 1st Company,
5 th Hampshire County regiment, as returned by Capt. Thomas Dickinson, engaged for

* Robert Mackclothlan. In the records of the town of Wendham. Mass., is this entry :
"4th of November 1661, Robert Mackclothlan is accepted a townsman." From this Robert
Claflin the family has descended. The name is Scotch and probably spelled Maclachlan.
This Robert 1 received grants of land: records show transfers of land; was a surveyor at
times ; a portion of the bouse he built was standing in 1903 ; was in the French and Indian
wars, under Sir Edm. Andros. He m. 1664, Joanna Warner, dan. of John, an early settler
of Ipswich. Robert d. prior to Sept. 16, 1690, as shown by his will and inventory. Eight
children. The fifth was Daniel 2 .

Daniel Claflin 2 , born Jan. 25, 1674, at Wendham, d. at Framingham, 1775, "old and
decrepid" ; m. 1701, Sarah Edwards, who d. 1743, had 8 children. He was a tanner in
Wenham, sold out after 1722 and removed to Hopkinton, where he became an able and active
citizen — selectman, treasurer, etc. His first child was Daniel 3 , 1702 ; then Sarah 3 , 1703 ;
Mesheck 3 , 1705, d. y. ; Joshua 3 , 1707 ; Caleb 3 , 1708 ; Cornelius 3 , Feb. 2. 1711 ; Robert 3 , 1714 ;
Ebenezer 3 , 1716. Cornelius Claflin 3 (son of Daniel 2 ), b. 1711 at Wenham. In 1740-41
troops were sent to the Spanish West Indies, Havanna being the principal object of attack.
Massachusetts sent 500 men — only 50 returned. Cornelius Claflin enlisted for this service
in the company of Capt. Prescott of Concord, none of whom returned except a boy from
Concord. He had married in Hopkinton, Aug. 30, 1738. Elizabeth Caryl, and had one child,
Elizabeth Claflin, born Sept. 3, 1739. The widow of Cornelius m. (2) 1743, Benjamin Morse.
The dau. m. Alpheus Newton. Daniel Claflin 3 (s. of Daniel 2 ), b. Feb. 19, 1702; d. about
1740; m. (1) 1726, Rachel Pratt, b. 1706; d. May, 1736; m. (2) Nov., 1736, Susannah
Caryl; children b. in Hopkinton: Daniel*, 1727; Timothy*, b. Mch. 4, 1729; Rachel*, 1731;
Cornelius*, 1733. Timothy Claflin* (Daniel 3 ), b. 1729; m. 1750, Mary Gould, dau. of
Thomas of Sutton. He was out in the Colonial wars 1748, 1757, 1758, and in the Revolution-
ary War 1775, 1779 ; res. Sutton and Petersham. Ten children. The second was Ephraim
Claflin 5 , b. Oct. 27, 1752 ; m. Susannah Newton 8 , dau. of Alpheus 5 .



BRANCH OF JOHN 95

Deerfield. Joined Capt. Gates Company, Col. Putnam's regiment, term three years.
Also, men returned by Capt. Israel Richardson, and Capt. Jeremiah Ballard. Residence
New Salem, engaged for New Salem, joined Capt. Ichabod Alden's Regiment, term
three years (name is crossed out on list). Also, men mustered by Thomas Newhall, and
other dates and items. Said Newton claimed by both New Salem and Deerfield, allowed
to Deerfield. Also, Capt. Gardner's Company, Col. Rufus Putnam's {&&) regiment.
Other rolls of other companies and regiments, the last date being May 1, 1780.

Alpheus Newton, Jr., Deerfield. Descriptive list of men to reinforce Continental Army
for term of G months July 10, 1780, age 17 years, Stature 5 ft. 8 in., Complexion light,
engaged for the town of Deerfield, arrived at Springfield July 9, 1780, arrived at Camp
under Capt. Daniel Shays. Also on roll of 6 months service returned by Brig-Gen.
Peterson, dated at Camp Totoway, Oct. 25, 1780. Also on pay roll for 6 months
service, men of Deerfield, marched July 7, 1780, discharged Dec. 18. 1780. Travel
home. (150 miles).

Alpheus Newton. Private Capt. Oliver Shattuck's Company in regiment commanded
by Lieut. Col. Barnabas Sears, enlisted Aug. 12, 1781, discharged Nov. 8, 1781— travel
home 100 miles. Regiment raised from Hampshire county militia to serve 3 months,
muster roll dated at Deerfield.

In the First Census of the United States, 1790, the family of Alpheus Newton,
Deerfield, Hampshire County, Mass., consisted of himself, one male under six-
teen years, and three females. Brookfield church records gives the baptism of

two children, daughters of Alpheus : "Reckord," bapt. Oct, 22, 1758, and ,

bapt. May 6, 1759. He may have lived there before, settling in Petersham.

The records at Petersham are torn, leaving the dates imperfect.

CHILDREN.

554. i. Elizabeth 6 , b. Feb. 25, 1754; m. in Sutton, Mass., Nov. 28, 1768, John

Adams, Jr., of Uxbridge. This is very young to marry. They did in
those days.

555. ii. Record 6 , b. Sept. 27, 1755; bapt. Oct. 22, 1758, at Brookfield; m. ,

Joel Wheeler.
55G. iii. Lucy 6 , b. March 20, 1757; perhaps bapt. May 6, 1759, at Brookfield; m.
, Reuben Wells.

557. iv. Susanna 6 , b. March 25, 175- [prob. 17581, in Petersham [b. March 28, 1757,

Claflin Gen.l ; d. Aug. 28, 1816, at, prob., Woodstock, Vt. ; m. Sept. — , 1774,
Ephraim Claflin [see Claflin note], son of Timothy and Mary (Gould)
Claflin of Sutton, Mass., born there Oct. 27, 1752, died at Woodstock, Vt,
March 9. 1826. He was a soldier of the Revolution, member of Capt. John
Wheeler's Company, Col. Ephraim Doolittle's regiment, at the Lexington
Alarm, and later enlisted. The family lived in Petersham until about 1787.
In that year he is on the record as a taxpayer in Woodstock, Vt., where
' they probably spent the remainder of their lives. Of their fourteen chil-
dren, the first six were born in Massachusetts, the rest were born at
Woodstock. Vt. Children:

558. 1. Polly' Claflin, b. Nov. 25, 1775.

559. 2. Nathan 7 Claflin, b. Oct. 8, 1777.

560. 3. Lydia 7 Claflin, b. Oct. 5, 1779.

561. 4. Record 7 Claflin, b. July 11, 1781.

562. 5. Theodore 7 Claflin, b. Aug. 10, 1783.

563. 6. Sylvanus 7 Claflin, b. July 7, 1785.

"564. 7. Sally 7 Claflin, b. March 9, 1787; d. May 12. 1788.

565. 8. Susannah 7 Claflin, b. Jan. 2, 1789 ; d. March 19, 1790.

566. 9. Joel 7 Claflin, b. Feb. 6, 1791.

567. 10. Timothy 7 Claflin, b. Jan. 19, 1793 ; d. Jan. 30, 1833 ; unm.

568. 11. Walter 7 Claflin, b. Jan. 12. 1795.

569. 12. Jonathan 7 Claflin. b. March 11, 1797.

570. 13. Ephraim 7 Claflin, b. Aug. 21, 1799.

571. 14. Arnold 7 Claflin, b. May 2, 1S01.

572. v. Batiisheba 6 , b. Feb. 8, 176-, m. . Luther Newton.

573. vi. Hannah", b. Dec. 26, 1760; d. in Petersham, Oct. 6, 1761, ae. 10 m., 11 d.

574. vii. Sally 6 , b. Jan. — , 17 — ; m. , Baker.

575. viii. .Alpheus 6 , Jr., b. Oct. 20, 1763 ; d. without issue ; not married ; soldier of

the Revolution (see above).

576. ix. Sylvanus 6 , b. Oct. 4, 176- ; m. Elizabeth Stacy.
Agur", b. Nov. 26, 176- ; d. without issue. [Agur = Eager.]



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9(j NEWTON GENEALOGY

578. xi. Lydia' 1 . b. ; d. young..

579. xii. Abigail 6 , b. ; m. Oct. 17. 1795, Sylvester Richmond.

5S0. xiii. Prudence, 6 , b. about 1769 or 1770; d. at Sutton. March 8, 1801 [March 4,
1801, in 31st year. G. S.] ; m. at New Braintree, and recorded in Sutton,
Jan. 17 or 19, 1797, Aaron Day*, son of Daniel and Susannah (Hutchin-
son) Day of Sutton, where he was born, Sept. 11, 1765. He died there
Oct. 31, 1828, aged 63. G. S. He was a triplet with Moses and Miriam
Day, and all three became adults. Children :

581. 1. Zebina 7 Day, b. April 4, 1799 ; m. 1837, Thankful Vinton of Dudley.

582. 2. Sylvester Newton 1 Day (twin), b. Jan. 30, 1801; d. July 7, 1831, aged

31. G. S.

583. 3. Sylvanus Xeivtoir Day (twin I, b. Jan. 30, 1801.

584. f xiv. Walter 6 , b. May 21, 1779, in Deerfield, Mass. ; m. Gratia Alexander.



SIXTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN

342. ICHABOD NEWTON 6 (Azariah 5 , John 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son
of Azariah and Sarah (Jones) Newton of Marlborough and Milford, Mass., was
probably born in that part of Mendon that later became Milford; the date of
birth we can approximate by the record of his baptism in the Congregational
church there, by Rev. Amaziah Frost the first pastor, on April 5, 1747. He died
at Milford, February 5, 1778.

He married at Milford, Rev. Amaziah Frost officiating, January 12, 1769,

Rhoda Chapin, daughter of Josiah and Rachel ( ) Chapin. She was

born , 1752, and died at Hopkinton, Mass., September 28, 1839, aged 87.

She survived her husband and was appointed administratrix of his estate. About
or before 1788, she married (2) Benjamin Singletary:}: of Hopkinton, where they
resided. He died there February or March 18, 1812, aged 66. Consumption.
By him she had: Daniel, born May 1, 1789, died March 10, 1847; Palsey, a
farmer in Hopkinton; Nanney, born March 15, 1792.

Mr. Newton was a farmer in Mendon and Milford. He seems to have lived
all his life in those towns ; his children were born there ; the settlement of
his estate was at Mendon. The following abstract of administration and copy
of the report of the Commission from the Probate Court explain themselves.

It is not stated what illness caused the death of the father and three of his
children within two weeks.



* Aaron Day m. (2) about 1804, Parley , who was born [Feb. 0. 1775, calculated]

at Milford, and died at Sutton Nov. 25, 1849, aged 74 years. 9 mos.. 16 days [ae. 75. G. S.].
She had four children: 1, Prudence Day, b. Feb. 5, 1805; 2. Judaon Day. b.July 26. 1807:
m. Mary Larned of Uxbridge ; 3. Edmund Day, b. March 17, 1809; m. Mrs. Irene Logee of
Douglas ; 4, Aaron Day, Jr., b. April 17, 1812.

t Richard Singletary 1 was one of the sixty-eight original settlers of Salisbury. Mass. : free-
man 1638 ; at a meeting, and paid rates 1650 ; wf. Susanna, who was 46 in 1662 and he was
63 in 1662. They had Jonathan, 1639 ; Eunice, 1641 ; Xathaniel, 1644 ; Lydi-a, 1648 : Amos,
1651. Nathaniel, Amos and Benjamin Singletary were freemen of Haverhill, Nov. 8. 1677.
Later persons of the name are found in Ipswich. Sutton. Framingham and Hopkinton. I do
not know how our first Ebenezer Singletary is related ; but suppose he was a grandson of
Richard 1 of Salisbury, Mass.

Ebenezer Singletary, m. at Framingham, April 5, 1713, Joanna Newton 3 (dau. of John 2 ).
Their son

Ebenezer Singletary, b. Framingham, 1716 ; m. in Hopkinton, 1741, Dorothy Smith :
res. Framingham. and had there Ebenezer, 1742, prob. d. y. ; Dorothy, 1744 ; Ebenezr, July 8,
1745 ; Daniel, 1747 ; Xathan, 1749 ; Zipporah, 1753.

Ebenezer Singletary, b. 1745 ; m. Rhoda, widow of Ichabod Newton. They resided in
Hopkinton. where they died. Two children as above.

I set down the following marriages to keep them in this connection, although I cannot
surely place them : Joanna Singletary m. 1710. Jonathan Rugg. Joannah Singletary m. 1731.
Dea. James Brewer of Sudbury. Joanna Singletary m. 1734, Richard Smith of Hopkinton, all
in Framingham. (See the Rugg note to John Newton 2 .)



BRANCH OF JOHN 97

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

Newton, Ichabod. Mention. Corporal in Capt. Gershom Nelson's Company, marched
on Alarm April 19, 1775, to Cambridge and Roxbury, service nine days. Also,
Same company July 19, 1776. Also, Lieut. Seth Thayer's Company (3rd Wor-
cester county regiment), in service one month under Lieut. Col. Nathan Tyler,
and marched to Providence on Alarm Dec. 8, 1776.



1778
Letter

Appointment
Bond

Inventory



Account

Appointment

Report

Bond



Abstract of Administration and List of Papers.

Ichabod Newton, Mendon, 43211

of widow, Rhoda Newton, to Judge of Probate, requesting blank bond,

and appointment of appraisers.

of widow as admx. Apr. 3, 1778.

of admx. £600 (Azariah Newton)

(Samuel Jones) Sureties

Land, 47 acres in Mendon £400
Personal £868—5—4

including cattle, lumber, furniture, corn, cheese, wearing apparel.
Court orders balance ; £392 — 9—9 distributed £130 — 17 — 7 to widow
and balance to Phebe Newton, only child of deceased,
of Commissioners to set off Dower or "Thirds" in land of deceased,
of Commissioners
to account for proceeds of dower (copied)



Report of the Commissioners.

Know all men by these Presents that we Elisha Daniels of Holliston in the County
of Middlesex Gentlem : Jason Chamberlain Esq. and Elijah Watkins all of Holliston
aforesaid Yeomen the Commonwealth of Massachusetts are holden and stand firmly
bound and obliged unto Joseph Dorr Esq. Judge of the Probate of Wills &c in & for
the County of Worcester in the sum of Ten Thousand Dollars to be paid unto the said
Joseph Dorr Esq. his Successors in said Office or assigns, to the true payment whereof
we do bind ourselves our Heirs Exors and administrators Jointly and Severally for the
whole and in the whole firmly by these Presents.

Sealed with our Seals Dated the twenty first Day of April Anno Domini 1800

The Condition of this Obligation is such that whereas the whole of the Real Estate
of Ichabod Newton late of said Milford deceased hath been sold and converted into Cash,
and the said Elisha Daniels being, (in right of his wife) the only Heir to said Estate
having received the proceeds of said Estate, over and above the payment of Debts and
charges, into his own possession

Now therefore if he shall well and truly pay or cause to be paid unto Rhoda Singletary
wife of Ebenezer Singletary ; who was the widow of said Ichabod Deceased, the sum
of Seventeen Dollars & Seven Cents being the Interest of the sum of two hundred eighty
four Dollars and Six Cents being one third part of the proceeds of the Sale of said
Deceased Real Estate, and to be paid annually during the Natural Life of the said
Rhoda, without fraud and Delay then this Obligation to be void, else to abide in full
force and virtue —



Signed, Sealed, and delivered )

in presence of us — )

John Kilbon )

Jesse Daniels )

[L. S.]
A true copy,

Attest :



Caption.
Series A. Case, 43211.
Bond to Secure Account
for proceeds of Dower
the Annual payment
to the Widow of Ichabod Newton
her dower. 1800.
Recorded. Vol. 615, Page 114.



Elisha Daniels (Seal)

Jason Chamberlain (Seal)

Elijah Watkins (Seal)



H. H. At wood

Asst. Register.



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NEWTON GENEALOGY



585. i. Rachel 7 , b. [about. Dec] 1769; d. Jan. 22, 1778, in ber lOtb year.

586. ii. Abel 7 , b. , 1771 ; d. Jan. 29, 1778, aged 7 years.

587. iii. Chloe 7 , b. , 1773 ; d. Feb. 5, 1778, in her 4th year.

588. iv. Phebe 7 , b. May 24, 1777; d. probably at Milford, Jan. 1, 1855. She married

at Milford, May 23, 1799, Lieut. Elisha Daniels, son of Daniel and Mary
(Atwood) Daniels* of Holliston, Mass., where he was born, Sept. 22, 1770.
He died at Milford, Jan. 5, 1821. They lived first in Holliston; their
first three children were born and recorded in that town ; the others were
born at Milford. Children :

589. 1. Hastings* Daniels, b. Aug. 6, 1799; d. 1839; m. 1826, Olive P. Howard.

(See below.)

590. 2. Sabrina* Daniels, b. Nov. 21, 1800; d. 1S69 ; m. 1825, Nathaniel Torrey.

591. 3. Dexter 8 Daniels, b. April 3, 1803 ; m. Margaret Bates.

592. 4. Ursula C. 8 Daniels, b. Oct. 4, 1804; m. 1832, Nye.

593. 5. Newton* Daniels, b. Nov. 7, 1807; m. 1848, Olive P. (Howard) Daniels,

his brother's widow ; no children ; see above.

595. 6. Samuel 8 Daniels, b. June 23, 1809 ; . d. 1888 at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. 1847,

Sophia A. Claflin (dau. of John). With his wife's brothers, he suc-
ceeded to the general store of her father in Milford. In 1847 removed
to New York City and opened a wholesale boot and shoe store ; success-
ful ; was much respected.

596. 7. Hannah P. 8 Daniels, b. Jan. 12, 1812; m. (1) 1855, Arnold Taft, who d.

1865; m. (2) 1868, Asa Hill, who d. 1881; she was living 1903 at
Pawtucket, R. I.

597. 8. Joanna B. 8 Daniels, b. Dec. 5, 1813; d. Jan. 30, 1819.

598. 9. Otis T. 8 Daniels, b. April 9, 1815; d. Dec. 21, 1817.

599. 10. Jane M. 8 Daniels, b. May 15, 1821 ; d. May 23, 1821.



415. JONAS NEWTON 6 (Amos 5 , Jr., John*, John 3 , John 2 , Kichard 1 ), son
of Am os, Jr., and Jane (Larned-Giles) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there April 25, 1763, and died at Framingham, November 3, 1842. "a. 81 y.
C. K."

He married in Framingham, Mass., September — , 1786, Olive Tozer:}:,
daughter of Simon and Lydia ( ) Tozer, of Framingham and South-
borough, was born ; baptized in the 1st Church in Framingham, January

21, 1770. She died in Framingham, September 5, 1820.

Jonas Newton resided in Framingham, the house being "west of the Eben
Claflin place." The First United States Census, 1790, states that his family con-
sisted of himself, one male under sixteen years and two females. Four children
were born to him in Framingham.

There is no probate record of the settlement of his estate.



600. i. Lydia 7 , b. April 17, 1788; d. ; m. in Framingham, April 24, 1809,

as his 2d wife, William Harrington§ of that place, whose first wife was

* Daniel Daniels 8 , b. Sherborn, 1743 ; d. Holliston, 1819 ; m. 1766, Mart Atwood, b.
1747 (dau. of Medad and Margaret). She is descended from Mayflower stock through Anna
Cook 3 (Jonas 2 , Francis 1 ), who m. Mark 3 Snow (Nicholas m. Constance 2 Hopkins, a dau. of
Stephen 1 ). Daniel Daniels 5 (son of Joseph 4 of Medfieid, Joseph 3 of Medfield, Joseph 2 of
Watertown and Medfield, Robert Daniels 1 of Watertown 1636).

t For Tozer early generations see note to Samuel Newton 3 (Daniel 2 ). I suppose the ped.
of Olive Tozer comes to her through the Richard Tozer 3 whose sisters m. Samuel and
Nathaniel Newton, namely : Richard 3 had by wf. Elizabeth in Southborough, Simon*, b.
Nov. 7, 1743 ; wf. Lydia had Josiah 5 , 1764 ; Olive 5 , 1770 ; Lydia 5 , 1776. And Josiah Tozer 6
(above), b. 1764, by wf. Lovisa, had in Southborough ten children, one of whom was Anna*,
b. Aug. 16, 1796, m. 1815, Ahhcd Newton.

§ Samuel Hudson, "Jr.," by wf. Anna, who died in Southborough, Sept. 18, 1785, had a
son Anson, b. there Sept. 16, 1785.

Samuel Hudson, "Jr.," by "2d wife," Katherine, had in Southborough : Cleora, 1789 ;
Sumner, 1791; Kilby, 1792; Samuel, 1795; Solomon Howe, 1797; Benjamin Smith, 1798;
Ann Angier, 1800.



BRANCH OF JOHN 99

Eleanor Newton (2446), dau. of Tyrus 5 (1851), which see, who died
Nov. 14, 1808, leaving children. Mr. Harrington, with both wives, lived
in Framingham, where his children were born. The children of Lydia
were :

601. 1. Richard Pratt 3 Harrington, b. Dec. 9, 1809; d. Sept. 29, 1815.

602. 2. Stephen Sadler* Harrington, b. June 4, 1812.

603. 3. Eleanor Newton* Harrington, b. Nov. 9, 1813.

604. 4. Richard Pratt s Harrington, b. Oct. 5, 1815/

605. 5. Joseph Perry 8 Harrington, b. July 29, 1817.

606. 6. Francis Adams* Harrington, b. May 30, 1819.

607. ii. Phinehas 7 , b. May 7, 1790; d. Sept. 3, 1843. He m. in Framingham May

18, 1815, Mitty Onthank, daughter of William and Mittey (Newton)
Onthank of Southborough, born there May 7, 1793. They had no children.
She m. (2) in Southborough, Dec. 14, 1847, Solomon Prentice (2d wife)
of Grafton. [See note under Joel 4 , Nathaniel 3 , Daniel 2 .] Phinehas Newton
was one of the men drafted from the Massachusetts militia that were out
74 days in the War of 1812.

608. iii. Polly 7 , b. July 14, 1792; d. ; m. in Framingham, Sept. 28, 1819,

Luther Goodnow, son of Jonathan and Eunice (Hastings) Goodnow of
Framingham, where he was bom Feb. 1, 1795, and where he died Nov. 7,
1843, aged 49 years. G. S. They lived in Framingham, where their children
were born.

609. 1. Mary* Goodnow, b. July 8, 1817.

610. 2. Josephiis W. 8 Goodnow, b. Aug. 8, 1821.

611. 3. Olive 8 Goodnow, b. Dec. 24, 1823.

612. 4. Betsey 8 Goodnoio, b. July 3, 1826.

613. 5. Lorena 8 Goodnow, b. Dec. 6, 1829.

614. 6. Sarah Jane 8 Goodnoio, b. April 8, 1836.

615. tiv. Peter 7 , b. July 19, 1795; m. (1) Mary Ann Bixby ; m. (2) Maria Dunton.



416. ABEL NEWTON 6 (Amos 5 , Jr., John*, John 3 , John 2 , Eichard 1 ), son
of Amos, Jr., and Jane (Larned-Giles) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there November 6, 1766, and died there September 22, 1828, aged 63 years.
C. R

He married in Southborough, August 23, 1797, Lorena Kice of Marlborough. .

Abel Newton resided in Southborough. His children were born there. He
and his wife received a life interest in his father's estate — she one-quarter of it.
There is no probate record of the settlement of his estate.

CHILDREN.

616. i. Sophia 7 , b. July 20, 1800 ; d. Dec. 31, 1893 ; m. in Southborough, Nov. 10,
1825, Lewis 7 Batchellor (335%), son of Capt. Benjamin and Elizabeth
(Carryl) Batchellor* of Sutton, Mass., where he was born Feb. 21, 1801,
and where he died July 10, 1830, aged 29. Consumption. C. R. They
lived in Sutton and had born there two sons. She married (2) in Sutton
Jan. 13, 1841, as his 2d wife, Simon HutchinsonJ. They lived in Sutton;
Sophia's children, born there, were :

Samuel Hudson (Samuel, Jr.), b. 1795; m. in Framingham, Nov. 15, 1719, Lydia Howard.

Daniel Howard and "Lydia Newton of Framingham," m. in Southborough, Dec. 26, 1814,
"both of Framingham." They had children in Framingham.

William Harrington (son of John of Marlborough, d. 1824, ae. 79, and wife Lydia, d. 1820,
ae. 78) was born at Marlborough June 20, 1784 ; died there April 26, 1838. se. 54. G. S.

♦See Batchellor under number 243, Abner* (Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ). Capt. Abraham
Batchellor and wife Elizabeth (Carryl) lived in Sutton, Mass., where they had Abraham
(Capt.), b. July 11, 1799, d. Apr., 1834, ae. 34 y. 8 m., G. S. ; Lcicis, b. Feb. 21, 1801 ; Betsey,
b. Apr. 5, 1803 ; Harriet, b. Oct. 11, 1804, d. Oct. 1, 1831, ae. 27. Consumption.

% Simon Hutchinson, m. (1) at Sutton, Nov. 28, 1806, Vandelinda Morse, dau. of N. F.
Morse. She died at Sutton, Aug. 18, 1839, aged 54. They had seven children born, whose
baptisms and deaths are recorded in Sutton, Mass., while their births are not there recorded ;
Dexter H., d. July, 1816; Bartholomew II., d. Sept. 16, 1822; Margaret Maria, d. June 3,
1832 ; Hannah O., d. July 16, 1845, ae. 26, consumption ; Edwin Haven, bapt. Aug. 9, 1832,
C. R., m. ae. 23, Dec. 12, 1844, Mary Ann Fiske Waters of Millbury, Mass., dau. of John and
Martha, b. in Milbury, Dec. 12, 1820 ; Emeline Bemis, bapt. Aug. 9, 1832, C. R. ; Mary Lee,
bapt. Aug. 9, 1832, C. R., died July 18, or 28, 1844, ae. 16, consumption.



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617. 1. Benjamin Lincoln* Batchcllor, b. Aug. 27. 1826; m. Aug. 1, 1848, Fanny

K. Metcalf, dau. of Saville and Fanny Metcalf of Burrill, R. I.

618. 2. Henry Ootesworth* Batchcllor, b. Sept. 5, 1828; m. .



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