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Greenfield, Mass., where the family had for a long time resided and where their
children were born.

CHILDREN.

1396. i. Henry 8 , b. Jan. — , 1863 ; d. Dec. 30, 1888.

1397. tii. Arthur W. 9 , b. Sept. 25, 1865 ; m. Elizabeth Stoddard.

1398. iii. David W. 9 , b. June 3, 1867 ; m. Nov. 1888, ; res. Greenfield.

1399. iv. Hattie L.°, b. Mav 12, 1869 ; d. Feb. 9, 1904.

1400. v. Carrie L. b , b. Oct. 13, 1875 ; d. Feb. 11, 1906.

1401. vi. Emma J. 9 , b. May 10, 1877 ; d. Nov. 11, 1910 ; m. June 20, 1895,



1402. vii. Edwin J. 9 , b. May 10, 1877 ; m. Jan. 4, 1911, ; res. Greenfield.



1127. SILAS CHIPMAN NEWTON 8 (Ephraim H. 7 , Marshall 6 , Marshall 5 ,
Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rev. Ephraim Holland and Huldah
(Chipman) Newton of Newfane and Marlborough, Vt., Glens Falls, Cambridge
and Coila, N. Y., was born at Marlborough, Vt., December 29, 1818, and died
at Cincinnati, Ohio, February 11, 1871.

He married at Circleville, Ohio, February 1, 1843, Nancy Graham Bell, daugh-
ter of James Bell. She died of apoplexy at Circleville, Ohio, March 29, 1856.

He married (2) May 26, 1858, Mrs. Emily (Lovell) Coombs [widow of James
Coombs, with a daughter, Anis Coombs, born 1848; married Charles Withen-
bury].

CHILDREN.

1403. i. Mary Bell 9 , b. Nov. 9, 1843, at Fort Wayne, Ind. ; m. in 1867, William

Mann of Cincinnati, Ohio. Their children were :

1404. 1. Clara™ Mann. b. ; m. Will Rice. Res. in Cincinnati. Ohio.

1405. 2. LorrelV 3 Mann, b. ; m. ; had a child born in 1904, and died in

1906.

1406. ii. Clara Chipman", b. Oct. 26, 1848, at Delphos, Ohio ; unm. : resides in

Cincinnati. Miss Newton is a woman of much energy and ability, inter-
ested in many lines of endeavor. In the patriotic societies she is a mem-
ber of the Daughters of the American Revolution ; charter member of
the Ohio Mayflower Society, organized April 25, 1898 ; also business
secretary of the Cincinnati Woman's Club : was one of the first decora-
tors of Rockwood Pottery, and had charge of the pottery during its early
years.

1407. tiii. Marshall 9 , b. July 12, 1867; m. Lucy Rowe.



1154. JOHN MARSHALL NEWTON 8 (Ephraim H. 7 , Marshall 6 , Jr., Mar-
shall 5 , Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rev. Ephraim Holland and
Huldah (Chipman) Newton of Newfane, Marlborough, Vt., and Cambridge,
Washington County, N. Y., was born at Marlborough, Vt., July 16, 1827, and
died at Cincinnati, Ohio, December 9, 1897, in his 71st year.

He married at Cincinnati, Ohio, June 1, 1861, Lavinia Murdock Graham,
daughter of George and Ellen Findlay (Murdock) Graham* of Cincinnati, Ohio,
where she was born July 6, 1837.

Mr. Newton was a man of literary tastes. He had been for nineteen years
librarian of the "Young Men's Mercantile Library Association of Cincinnati,"
to which he gave much of his time. He was a member of the patriotic societies ;

* George Graham, b. in Dublin, Ireland, m. 1792. Elizabeth Skinner. They lived in Stoyes-
town. Somerset County, Pa. When he came to America is unknown to the £amily. His son,
George Graham, Jr., m. Ellen Findlay Murdock.



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registrar of the Ohio Society of Sons of the Revolution; a member of the
Mayflower Society, through descent from John Howland and Stephen Hopkins.
He died of heart disease, suddenly, while sitting at his desk. Funeral from
Grace Episcopal church, College Hill, Cincinnati, Ohio, December 11, 1897.
His widow and his daughter live at the home in College Hill, a suburb of Cin-
cinnati (1912).

In reply to my desire for further information regarding the life and work
of her father, his daughter writes : "My father did not graduate from Williams
College, but came West to Section Ten, as Northwestern Ohio was then called,
to his brother Silas Chipman Newton.

"In 1850 he walked across the plains to the gold-fields of California; was in
the mines making a living as he could for two years. Then, as he was ill, he
went on a 'tramp schooner' that plied up and down the Pacific Coast — became
so fond of the sea that he took longer voyages, to Lima, and Valparaiso — living
on shore a few weeks until his money was used up, then on ship again to earn
more. He served as cook or scullion or able seaman, or anything. He sailed
around the Horn, and was in Rio Janeiro some months. Then, suddenly, he
decided to go home; shipped on the old man-of-war 'Massachusetts.' He was
at home a few months, then went to Troy, N. Y. ; studied law and was admitted
to the Bar; then went out West to Omaha, which he helped to lay out — for
he was in the Land Office. He drifted back to Cincinnati, where his brother
Chipman had now settled, and went into a bank; was in a County Clerk's office
for a while; but found his natural vocation finally in the Library, which he
loved as a child. And among those books he died. I don't think I have given
you all his occupations. He used to say he had 30 different ones during his
career."

CHILDREN.

1408. i. Ellen Huldah 9 , b. May 29, 1868, at Cincinnati, Ohio ; never married ;

resides with her mother at 5667 Belmont Ave., College Hill, a suburb of
Cincinnati, Ohio. In reply to my questions, she writes of herself thus :
"As you know, my father was librarian of a city library for twenty years,
and a man of great learning ; but he did not send his one child to school.
I have had books around me, and have heard them talked of all my life,
and consequently have read a great deal, and have written a little myself.
I paint a little, garden, embroider, do church work (I am an Episcopalian),
like to cook, and keep house. In short 'a Jack of all trades, master of
none'." It is only just to add, that Miss Newton is an efficient helper
in many lines of social uplift; as is instanced in the prominent places
accorded her by those with whom she is associated. She is a member of
the Daughters of the American Revolution, and of the Ohio Mayflower
Society, organized April 25, 1898 — charter member ; through descent from
John Howland. Stephen' Hopkins and John Tilly. In the work of missions
she is a "missionary enthusiast."

1409. ii. Ethel 9 , b. — ; d. 1871, aged 5 mos.



1162. HORATIO WHEELER NEWTON 8 (Sir Isaac 7 , Marshall 6 , Marshall 5 ,
Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Sir Isaac and Patty (Bartlett)
Newton of Newfane, Vt., was born there August 31, 1823, and died at Eureka,
Utah, January 28, 1904.

He married at Newfane, Vt., January 17, 1850, Angeline Sanders, daughter

of William and Sally (Hoskins) Sanders of , Mass. She was born at

Newfane, Vt., November 14, 1825, and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Gear, in Eureka, Utah, October 15, 1912, in her 88th year. Funeral from the
Methodist church. A busy, useful, helpful life.

Mr. Newton moved to the West in December, 1852, going first to Pinegrove,
Calif., where his children were born. Some time after he went to Pioche, Nev.,



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where he remained until December, 1891, when he removed to Eureka, Utah,
where he settled for the remaining years of his life. Occupation, a miner.
Interment of Mr. and Mrs. Newton in the City Cemetery of Eureka, Utah.

CHILDREN.

1410. i. Emma Isabell 9 , b. May 26. 1857; d. at Pioche. Nev..' July 16, 1910; m. at

Pioche, Nev., June 10, 1876, Frank Barrett, who died before 1912. They
had :

1411. 1. Frank Barrett 10 , Jr., b. June 14, 1877; m. Jan. 6, 1911, Louise Darton ;

occupation, clerk. He resides at Eureka, Utah.

1412. tii. Frank William , b. Sept. 24. 1863 ; m. Jan. 24. 18S7, Katie Boundy.

1413. iii. Etta Winfred 9 , b. March 25, 1S64 ; m. at Pioche, Nev., March 20, 1883,

Holland Francis Gear, son of William and Eliza (Day) Gear of Galena,
111. He was born at Benton, Wis., Dec. 17, 1851; is a mining expert.
They reside in Eureka, Utah. P. O. Box 104. Their children are :
1415. 1. William Day* Gear, b. July 23, 1884; res. at Eureka, Utah, clerk. He m.

Dec. 15, 1908, Luella Sherwood, at Nephi, Utah. One child.
1. Helen Louise 11 Gear, b. July 2, 1911.
Etta Angeline 10 Gear, b. April 20, 1886: d. Dec. 2, 1891.
Katie Eliza™ Gear, b. Feb. 7, 1890; d. Nov. 24, 1890.
Elsie 10 Gear, b. Nov. 5, 1891 ; res. at Eureka, Utah, a telegraph operator.
Goldie 10 Gear, b. Jan. 28, 1895 ; res. at Eureka ; attending school.
Frances Isabell 10 Gear, b. July 28, 1897; res. at Eureka; attending school.
Frank Bryan 10 Gear, b. March 8, 1900 ; res. at Eureka ; attending school.



1193. CHAELES MAKSHALL NEWTON 8 (Marshall 7 , Marshall 6 , Marshall 5 ,
Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Marshall and Nancy (Tufts) New-
ton of Newfane, Vt., was born there, October 31, 1846, and died at his home
in Orlando, Fla., February 11, 1911.

He married at Middletown, Conn., March 24, 1874, Mary Catherine Boardman,
daughter of Timothy and Julia (Stratton) Boardman of Middletown, Conn.
She was born at Berlin, Conn., May 27, 1849.

Mr. Newton was a soldier in the Civil War. His two older brothers hav-
ing enlisted in 1860 and 1861, his patriotic impulses were stirred, and when
nearly seventeen years old he, v too, enlisted, July 6, 1863, for three years, private
in Company L, First Vermont Heavy Artillery, and served in the Army of the
Potomac. He was wounded in 1864. June 2, 1865, he was promoted Corporal;
and transferred to Company O, Eleventh Vermont Infantry, June 24, 1865 ;
mustered out August 25, 1865, as Sergeant. He is a member of the G. A. R.
After the war he held a clerkship under the Boston and Albany B. B. at Spring-
field and Brookfield till 1870, then clerk in mercantile houses for two years. In
October, 1872, Mr. Newton was in business for himself, a dealer in men's fur-
nishing goods at Middletown, Conn.; a member of its Common Council. In
1898 he removed with his family to Orlando, Fla., where he has a pineapple and
orange plantation ; was living in 1912.

children.

1423. ti. James Holland 9 , b. Oct. 14, 1875; m. Edith B. Deckinson.

1424. ii. Emma Boakdman 9 , b. July 6, 1877 ; d. Oct. 25, 1877.



1194. WILLIAM HENBY NEWTON 8 (Marshall 7 , Marshall 6 , Marshall 5 ,
Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Bichard 1 ), son of Marshall and Nancy (Tufts) New-
ton of Newfane, Vt., was born there June 25, 1850.

He married at Williamsville, Vt., October 13, 1881, Alice E. Dickinson, daugh-
ter of Dana D. and Eliza A. (Goodnow) Dickinson of Williamsville, Vt., where
she was born August 2, 1856.



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Mr. Newton went from Vermont to Middletown, Conn., where he was employed
as clerk in his brother's store — men's furnishing goods — where he remained for
two years.' This was about or after 1872. Then he was in the First National
Bank at Middletown, Conn., for six years. In 1881 he removed to Wallingford,
Conn., and became clerk in the First National Bank there. He is still living in
Wallingford, Conn. He was Representative to the General Assembly of the
State — Chairman of the Committee of School Fund; Republican; member of
Congregational church ; past master of Masonic Lodge, F. & A. M.

CHILDREN.

1425. i. Elsie Marion 9 , b. July 16 or 26, 1882, at Wallingford ; unm, 1907.

1426. ii. Mabel Seraph 9 , b. Oct. 30, 1884 ; d. Aug. 9, 1885.



1231. LEWIS HARLOW NEWTON 8 (John 7 , William W. 6 , John 5 , Obediah*,
Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of John and Abiah (Miller) Newton of Bain-
bridge, N. Y., was born there, October 10, 1824, and died at Gary, S. Dak.,
December 28, 1910, aged 86.

He married at Guildford, N. Y., October 2, 1850, Julia Ann Root, daughter
of Milton Hawley and Sarah (Clark) Root of Guildford, N. Y, where she was
born August 23, 1824. She died at Gary, S. Dak., October 25, 1892.

Mr. Newton was a farmer; residing successively in Bainbridge, N. Y.,
Rochester, Minn., and Gary, S. Dak.

CHILDREN.

1427. i. Sarah Sophia 9 , b. April 7, 1853, at Bainbridge, N. Y. ; unm.; P. O.

addresses, 1913, No. 1207 Chapel St., New Haven, Conn, and No. 30 West
Ave., Great Barrington, Mass. She is one of the brave women wage-
earners engaged in the moral uplifting of mankind. A member of the
Episcopal church.

1428. ii. Julia Rosaline 9 , b. Jan. 29, 1856, at Bainbridge, N. Y. ; d. at Gary, So.

Dak., May 18, 1896 ; m. Oct. 9, 1893, Charles. Smart ; two children, both
died young.

1429. iii. Georgia Louise 9 , b. March 10, 1861, at Rochester, Minn. ; living in 1913 ;

was unm. and employed as housekeeper for herself.

1430. iv. Lewis Harlow 9 , Jr., b. Sept. 28, 1864, at Rochester, Minn. ; living in 1913,

and was then unm.



1232. CAPTAIN WILLIAM RILEY NEWTON 8 (John 7 , William W. 6 ,
John 5 , Obediah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of John and Abiah (Miller)
Newton of Bainbridge, N. Y., was born there February 13, 1826, and died at
Beloit, Wis., September 18, 1906, aged 80.

He married at Friendship, Allegany County, N. Y., October 27, 1852, Augusta

Hanford, daughter of Samuel and (Raymond) Hanford of Delhi, N. Y.,

and Friendship, N. Y., and Friendship, Wis. She was born at Delhi, N. Y.,
Sept. 20, 1828, and died at Beloit, Wis., February 28, 1902.

Mr. Newton resided, after his marriage, in Dunkirk, N. Y. In 1856 he moved
West, settling in Friendship, Wis., where he resided until 1887, when he removed
to Beloit, Wis., where he continued until death. He was postmaster at Friend-
ship, Wis., from his return from the war until Cleveland's administration, when
he retired from active business.

Capt. Newton was a soldier of the Civil War. He enlisted from Friendship,
Adams County, Wis., August 15, 1862, in Company K, Twenty-fifth Wisconsin
Infantry. Corporal. February 11, 1864, he was promoted to Second Lieuten-
ant of Company G, Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Infantry. The regiment served in
the Army of the Potomac, and on June 1, 1864, Mr. Newton was wounded at



158 NEWTON GENEALOGY

Cold Harbor, Va. ; was taken prisoner, confined in Libby Prison, and wbile in
prison his left arm was amputated. He was promoted to Captain, September
14, 1864; not mustered; discharged because of wounds, January 2, 1865. Pen-
sioned. Member of the Odd Fellows.

CHILDREN.

1431. ti. Charles Hanford 9 , b. Sept. 4, 1&56 ; m. Eliza Fryer.

1432. tii. Edward Raymond , b. Jan. 15, 1866 ; m. Minnie Lovisa Oliver.



1233. JOHN WALLACE NEWTON 8 (John 7 , William W. 6 , John 5 , Obe-
diah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Kichard 1 ), son of John and Abiah (Miller) Newton of
Bainbridge, Mass., was born there April 19, 1828, and died at Hewett, Todd
County, Minn., — , 1908 or '09.

He married at Deposit, N. Y., Ellen VanZant.

Mr. Newton was a farmer.

CHILD.

1433. i. Imogene 9 ("Jenny"), b. , 18 — ; d. aged eighteen years.



1234. WHITMAN MEAD NEWTON 8 (John 7 , William W. 6 , John 5 , Obe-
diah 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Kichard 1 ), son of John and Abiah (Miller) Newton of
Bainbridge, N. Y., was born there August 20 or 30, 1830, and died in Texas,
September — , 1878.

He married at Bainbridge, N. Y., in 1854 or 1855, Cornelia Bottsford, daugh-
ter of Gideon and Olive ( ) Bottsford.



Mr. Newton was a miller.



CHILDREN.



1433V2- i- Frederick R.°, b. , 185- ; was living 1906; residing at 71 Herkimer

St., Buffalo,, N. Y.
1434. ii. Harriet 3 , b. , 18—.



1238. CHARLES AUGUSTUS NEWTON 8 (Walter 7 , Walter 6 , Alpheus 5 ,
Abner 4 , Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Walter, Jr., and Tirzah (DeWolf)
Newton of Shelburne, Mass., and Onarga, 111., was born in Deerfield, Mass.,
May 7, 1832, and died in Chicago, 111., January 19, 1888.

He married June 29, 1853, Emma Melinda Hunter of Orange, Mass., daugh-
ter of Mr. Hunter of Montague, Mass., born , 1831.

Charles A. Newton was a soldier of the Civil War; Sergeant in the One
Hundred Thirteenth Illinois regiment; Commissary-sergeant. He lived in
Onarga and Chicago, 111.

CHILDREN.

1435. i. Charles 9 , b. , 1866, in Onarga, 111., m. in Chicago, , and "lived

in Los Angeles, Cal. ; and no children, the last I knew of them" (1907).

1436. ii. Walter 9 , b. Jan. — , 1871, in Chicago, 111. ; m. ; no children ; lives, 1907, at

Santa Barbara, Cal.



1240. EDWARD DEXTER NEWTON 8 (Walter 7 , Walter 6 , Alpheus 5 , Abner 4 ,
Thomas 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Walter, Jr., and Tirzah (DeWolf) Newton
of Shelburne, Mass., and Onarga, 111., was born at Shelburne, March 11, 1842.

He married at Onarga, 111., December 24, 1863, Fanny Zella Earle, daugh-
ter of Dr. Silas and Mary Ann (Hall) Earle of Milton, Vt., and in 1864 Clifton,
111. She was born in Westford, Chittenden County, Vt., March 30, 1847.



BRANCH OF JOHN



159



Mr. Newton removed with his parents, in 1858, from Shelburne, Mass., to
Onarga, Iroquois County, 111., where the family settled, and where he continues
to reside. He is a farmer. On December 24, 1913, Mr. and Mrs. Newton
announced the Fiftieth Anniversary of their marriage in a pretty souvenir
card. "Two golden hearts are blended there."



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CHILDREN.

Mary Edna 9 , b. Nov. 21, 1864; d. July 15, 1869.
Liixie Ellen 9 , b. March 11, 1866 ; d. July 16, 1869.
iii. Daisy Bell 9 , b. May 29, 1870 ; d. Sept. 22, 1871.
Daisy 9 , b. April 2, 1873 ; d. Nov. 20, 1878.
Courtland Earle 9 , b. Oct. 13, 1874 ; d. Oct. 20, 1874.
Fred Earle 9 , b. Oct. 15, 1879; m. Clara Nuala Harrison.



1249. WILLIAM W. NEWTON 8 (Alvin 7 , Walter 6 , Sr., Alpheus 5 , Abner*,
Thomas 3 , John 2 , Eichard 1 ), son of Alvin and Harriet (Saville) Newton, was
born in Kankakee, 111., September 20, 1857.

He married September 8, 1884, Leda Upham.

Mr. Newton is a farmer in Walnut, Kans., and has six children.



children.



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1444.
1445.
1446.
1447.
1448.



i. Guy A. 9 , b.



Ernest D. 9 , b.
Vinnie L. 9 , b.
Gladys M. 9 , b.
Roy J. 9 , b. —
Fay L • b. —



-, 188- ; is a blacksmith.



1255. EMORY E. NEWTON 8 (Alvin 7 , Walter 6 , Alpheus 5 , Abner 4 , Thomas 3 ,
John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Alvin and Harriet (Saville) Newton of Kankakee, 111.,
and Walnut, Kans., was born at Kankakee, 111., June 24, 1867.

He married, December 16, 1905, Maud Haymire.

Mr. Newton was living in 1911 in Kansas City; telegraph agent.



1449. i. Bernice 9 , b.



NINTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN

1274. FRANK NEWTON 9 (Jason W. 8 , Obed 7 , Francis 6 , Francis 5 , Phineas 4 ,
John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Jason W. Newton of Hadley, Mass., was born



He married .

Mr. Newton, wife and children, were living in 1906 at Springfield, Mass.



CHILDREN.



1450. i. Philip 10 , b. -

1451. ii. Howard 10 , b.

1452. iii. Frank 10 , b. -

1453. iv. Almira 10 , b.



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1276. ROBERT NEWTON 9 (Charles D. 8 , Obed 7 , Francis , Francis 5 , Phin-
eas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Charles D. and Helen (Thayer) Newton,
was born .

He married Sarah Abel.

CHILD.

1454. i. Edward 1 ", b. .



1282. GEORGE ADDISON NEWTON 9 , JR. (George A. 8 , Ezra A. 7 , Ezra 6 ,

Thaddeus 5 , Phineas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George Addison and

( ) Newton of Denver, Colo., was born October 15, 1876.

He married at Philadelphia, Pa., Gertrude Manderson.

CHILD.

1455. i. George Addison 10 , 3d, b. April — , 1911, at Denver, Colo.



1288. ARTHUR WILBUR NEWTON 9 (James E. 8 , Ezra A. 7 , Ezra 6 , Thad
deus 5 , Phineas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of James Edwin and Alda (Flans-
burg) Newton of Colorado Springs, Colo., was born there April 26, 1873, and
died August 2, 1901.

He married at Cripple Creek, Colo., Rosa May Rudd of that place.

CHILD.

145G. i. Florence", b. April 19, 1898.



1292. JAMES QUIGG NEWTON 9 (Whitney 8 , Ezra A. 7 , Ezra 6 , Thaddeus 5 ,
Phineas 4 , John 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Whitney and Mary Rose (Quigg)
Newton of Pueblo and Denver, Colo., was born at Pueblo, Colo., December
31, 1885.

He married at Chicago, 111., October 5, 1908, Nellie Springer Singleton. They
reside in Denver, Colo., where Mr. Newton is engaged with his father and four
brothers in the manufacture of lumber, he being one of five generations in suc-
cession who have been engaged in the same business. It is an interesting fact
to note. I will set down here the names of the men of the five generations,
and the places where they manufactured: Thaddeus Newton 5 , lumber manu-
facturer, Hampshire,* Mass., and Wayne County, Pa. ; Ezra Newton 6 , lumber
manufacturer, Wayne County, Pa.; Ezra Artemas Newton 7 , lumber manu-
facturer, Oshkosh and Fond du Lac, Wis.; Whitney Newton 8 , lumber manu-
facturer, Denver, Colo.; Wilbur 9 , James Q. 9 , Whitney 9 , Jr., Robert P. 9 , and
George E. Newton 9 (sons of Whitney, Sr.), Denver, Colo.

children.

1457. i. Ruth 10 , b. Aug. 15, 1909, at Pueblo, Colo.

1458. ii. James Quigg 10 , Jr., b. Aug. 3, 1911, at Denver, Colo.



1305. ROLLIN COROLUS NEWTON 9 , JR. (Rollin C. 8 , Alexander 7 , Jason 6 ,
Jason 5 , Gershom 4 , Samuel 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rollin Corolus and Julia
(Owen) Newton of Clarendon and West Rutland, Vt., and New York, was born
in New York, July 17, 1872. He was living in 1913 at Locust Lane, Scars-
dale, N. Y.

* Hampshire, Mass., was originally a part of Springfield, Mass.



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He married September 29, 1909, Josephine Pitkin, daughter of David Brad-
street and Alberta ( ) Pitkin of Hancock, N. H, where she was born

October 12, 1882.

They reside at Scarsdale, N. Y., where their children were born.

CHILDREN.

1459. i. Roixin Corolus 10 , b. Oct. 10, 1910.
1400. ii. Carrol Pitkin 10 , b. Jan. 9, 1912.

1330. LEWIS WALTEE NEWTON 9 (Lewis B. 8 , Winthrop 7 , Nathan 6 ,
Joshua 5 , Joshua 4 , Zachariah 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Lewis Brigham and Mar-
garet A. D. (Brown-Newton) Newton of Andover, Maine, was born there
October 20, 1861.

He married at Newtonville, Mass., December 23, 1886, Annie Bachel Haynes,
daughter of Andrew Jackson and Maria Ann (Shaw) Haynes of Sudbury, Mass.,
where she was born September 25, 1866.

Mr. Newton is (1908) conductor on a passenger train of the Boston and
Albany division of the New York Central and Hudson River Railway. The
family were then living at 14 Gilbert Street, South Framingham, Mass.

CHILD.

14G1. i. Ralph Haynes 10 , b. July 24, 1890, at South Framingham.



1338. PROF. JOHN ORVILLE NEWTON 9 (John D. 8 , Winthrop 7 , Nathan 6 ,
Joshua 5 , Jr., Joshua 4 , Zachariah 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of John Dustin and
Eunice Catherine (Cutting) Newton, was born at Andover, Maine, April 5,
1864.

He married at Poland, Maine, Addie Ola Deming, born September 8, 1867, at
Oxford, Maine, died September 26, 1903, at Kent's Hill, Maine. She was daugh-
ter of William Wallace and Marie (Maxwell) Deming of Poland, Maine. Three
children.

He married at Lewiston, Maine, July 12, 1905, Ada Louise Munroe, born
December 25, 1878, at West Auburn, Maine. She was daughter of William
Franklin and Sarah Elizabeth ( ) Munroe of Auburn, Maine.

J. O. Newton is Professor of Science at Kent's Hill, Maine, at the "Maine
Wesleyan Seminary and Woman's College, Kent's Hill, Maine." He was gradu-
ated from this college in 1888; from Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn.,
in 1893; from Harvard University Summer School in 1902.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE.

1462. i. Max 10 , b. July 21, 1895, at Kent's Hill, Maine.

1463. ii. Roland Winthrop 10 , b. May 20, 1897, at Kent's Hill, Maine.

1464. iii. Robert Deming 10 , b. June 11, 1898, at Kent's Hill, Maine.



1339. CHARLIE MELVIN NEWTON 9 (John D. 8 , Winthrop 7 , Nathan 6 ,
Joshua 5 , Jr., Joshua 4 , Zachariah 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of John Dustin and
Eunice Catherine (Cutting) Newton of Andover, Maine, was born there
September 15, 1869.

He married at Andover, Maine, October 12, 1885, Jennie Mary Morton, born
June 7, 1870, at Andover, Maine, daughter of Richard and Georgia Anna
( ) Morton of Andover, Maine.

Mr. Newton is a farmer, and resides at Andover, Maine (1908). Two chil-
dren were born to them there.

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CHILDREN.



1465. i. Mildred Katharine 10 , b. Aug. 9, 1895.

1466. ii. Melvin Morton 10 , b. April 5, 1900.



1359. WILLIAM HOWAKD NEWTON 9 (Joab W. R 8 , Lambert 7 , Nathan ,
Joshua 5 , Joshua 4 , Zachariah 3 , John 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Joab Woodruff Ragan
Newton and Mary (McKee) his wife of Belle Valley, Ohio, was born near
Caldwell, Ohio, October 25, 1862.

lie married near Hoskinsville, Ohio, May 2, 1893, Armina Walters, daughter
of George and Mary (McGee) Walters of Olive Green, Ohio, where she was
born January 29, 1869.

They reside in Noble township, Noble County, Ohio, where Mr. Newton is a



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