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1648. ti. Isaac 6 , b. June 23, 1759. [See below.]

1649. ii. Saraii , b. June 9, 1761.

1650. iii. Martha", b. June 14, 1763.
1650^. iv. Amos , b. Oct. 21, 1765.



1648. ISAAC NEWTON 6 [whom I suppose is the son of Isaac 5 (Isaac 4 of
Stafford), born June 23, 1759 (see above)] moved from East Windsor, Conn., to
Randolph, Vt., where he owned land and where he had children, and probably
died before 1809.

In Book I, page 91, of Land Eecords at Randolph, Vt., is record of a deed from
Jonathan Brown of Springfield, Mass., dated June 6, AD., 1785, to Isaac New-
ton of East Windsor, Conn., recorded September 23, 1785, of one-half an original
lot of land, one-half of lot 24, which would be about 100 acres. There is also
a deed of thirty acres, dated February 22, 1792, when Isaac Newton's residence
is given as Randolph, Vt.

The records show that Lemuel Newton of Batavia, Genesee County, N. Y.,
deeded this same land by two deeds, one in 1809 as of Randolph, Vt., and the
other in 1811 as of Batavia, N. Y. ; so he probably left Randolph between those
two dates.

It is known by his descendants that Isaac had three sons (whose posterity is
here given), John 7 , Lemuel 7 and Isaac 7 ; but whether there were other children
they do not know.



190 NEWTON GENEALOGY

An old Bible, with family records, now in the possession of Mr. Ernest C. New-
ton of Little Rock, is authority for data regarding this son John 7 . To Mrs.
Helen A. Wolcott we are indebted for the knowledge gained of the posterity of
the son Lemuel 7 ; and Isaac 7 , I suppose, is the Isaac Newton of Pomfret, Vt.,
mentioned in the Chandler Family, and by Mrs. Dyke (1907) as having lived in
Randolph, Vt. Who the wife of Isaac Newton 6 , from East Windsor, Conn., to
Randolph, Vt., was does not yet appear. Children :

1651. ti. John 7 , b. Aug. 2, 1775; m. Anna Cole.

1652. tii. Lemuel 7 , b. March 16, 1778; m. Nancy Taggart.

105.'}. iii. Isaac 7 , b. ; of Randolph and Pomfret, Vt. Children:

1654. tl. Dr. Ogden B. s ("son of Isaac of Pomfret"), b. ; m. Sarah Chandler.

1655. 2. (Perhaps) Isaac of South Pomfret, Vt.



1651. JOHN NEWTON 7 (s. of Isaac 6 of East Windsor, Conn., and Randolph,
Vt.), born August 2, 1775, probably at East Windsor, Conn.; died September 24,
1834, at Darien, Genesee County, N. Y. ; married at Randolph, Vt., February
10, 1799, Anna Cole (whose parentage is not traced), born October 15, 1781; died
September 12, 1875. Mr. Newton moved from Vermont to New York State about
or before 1810. Of his eight children, the first three were born at Randolph, Vt. ;
the fourth and fifth were born in New York State, town not given; the sixth
in Pembroke, Genesee County, N. Y. ; the seventh and eighth in New York
State, town not given; and the father died in Darien, N. Y. This gives the
inference that his itinerary in New York was confined to Genesee County. His
children were:

1656. i. JOHN 8 , Jr., b. June 29, 1S02; d. Sept. 26, 184S, in New York State:
m. March 23, 1837, Lydia Newton (1666), dau. of Lemuel 7 and Nancy
(Taggart) Newton of Batavia, N. Y. ; b. Sept. 15, 1813; d. June 4, 1887,
at Alden, N. Y. (She married (2) July 27, 18T>0, Sheldon Eastland.)
Children :

1664a. 1. 7l/*7o 9 , b. .

1665a. 2. Lucinda 9 , b. .

1666a. ?>. Ira 9 , b. ; was living in 1907 in Alden, N. Y.

1667a. 4. Gcorr/e 9 , b. .

1668a. 5. <'harlc.s\ b. - — .

1669a. 0. Lydia', b.



1657. ii. Anna Maria 9 , b. March 10, 1805; d. Nov. 8, 1S84 ; m. Sept. 14, 1824,
Chauncey Laseur, who was b. Jan. 11, 1802; d. June 24, 1871. Their
eight children were:

1670a. 1. Hannah 9 Laseur, b. .

1671a. 2. Delia'' Laseur, b. .



1072a. )!. Mariette 9 Lascar, b. ■

1073a. 4. George 9 Laseur, b. —

1074a. 5. John 9 Lascar, b.

1675a. 0. Philander" Laseur, b.

1676a. 7. Guy 9 Lascar, b.



1077a. 8. Clay 9 Laseur, b. ; m. Celestia Newton 9 , dau. of Milo 8 (1667).

1658. iii. Isaac*, b. June 2, 1808; m. June 17, 1S32, Orlie Lewis. They had three

children :
1678a. 1. Lucy A ?, b. • .



1070a. 2. William Henry 9 , h.

1680a. 3. Infant dau. 9 , b.



I William Henry" (1070a) has a son Charles 10 , living in Buffalo, N. Y. 1914.]
1659. to. I'hilandkr 8 , b. Aug. 21, 1810; d. Sept. 27, 1859, probably at Girard, Pa.
lie m. at Alexandria, X. Y.. Oct. 3, 1830, Orra Gary, daughter of Aaron
and Phoebe Gary. She was born in New York State, Feb. 13, 1815, and
died Nov. 21, 1801. All of their four children were born in New York
State: the second and third in Cattaraugus County; probably the home-
place was somewhere there. Children:
1081a. 1. Anna Maria", b. May 28, 1841; m. June 3, 1803, at Erie. Pa., George

Spaulding, son of John Spaulding of Girard, Pa. He died several



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191



years before 1914, and Mrs. Spaulding was living with her daughter,
Mabelle, wife of Dr. Watson, at No. 5 Park Place, Ashtabula, Ohio.
Her five children were :

1682a. 1. Myrtle 10 Spaulding, b. , 18G5, at Girard, Pa.

lG83a. 2. Clara 10 Spaulding, b. , 18G6, at Girard, Ta. ; m. Dill Benjamin,

and was living in 1914, at Ashtabula, Ohio.

1684a. 3. Inez 10 Spaulding, b. , 1869, at Yankee Springs, Mich.; d. at

Conneaut, Ohio, , 1902.

1685a. 4. Mabelle 10 Spaulding, b. , 1874, at Yankee Springs, Mich.; m.

Dr. Watson, and resides at No. 5, Park Place, Ashtabula, Ohio.

1686a. 5. Mott G. 10 Spaulding, b. , 1877, at Yankee Springs, Mich.

1687a. 2. Angelia 9 , b. Dec. 30, 1842 ; d. June 14, 1846, in New York State.

1688a. 3.' Oliver Luzern*, b. April 27, 1845, in Cattaraugus County, N. Y. ; d. at

Freeport, Mich., Oct. 6, 1909 ; a well-to-do farmer in Freeport. He mar-
ried at Yankee Springs, Mich., Nov. 27, 1873, Ruby Trask, who was
living in 1914 in Freeport, Mich., with their son, Ray C. Of their four
children, the first two were born at Yankee Springs, and the last two
at Freeport, Mich. Children :

1689a. 1. Ray C. 10 , b. , 1877.

1690a. 2. Neil V. 10 , b. Sept. 9, 1879.

1691a. 3. Edith G. 10 , b. Sept. 12, 1884.

1692a. 4. Oliver Levant 10 , b. Sept. 18, 1886.

1693a. 4. Philander Levant*, b. Sept. 15, 1847, in Cattaraugus County, New York;

d. July 23, 1912, at Shreveport, La. ; burial in the family lot in Oak-
land Cemetery, Little Rock, Ark. He married Dec. 27, 1873, Etta
Noyes, daughter of Chauncey H. and Joanna (Masters) Noyes of
Yankee Springs, Mich.; born Aug. 10, 1853, and is living (1914).
Their children were :
1694a. 1. Ernest Chauncey 10 , b. Jan. 8, 1875, at Middleville, Mich. ; m. at Little

Rock, Ark., Nov. 28, 1901, Daisy Morledge, dau. of Roger Burcham
and Julia A. (Shaw) Morledge of Columbus, Ind., where she was
born Aug. 29, 1874. They reside (1914) in Little Rock, Ark., where
their children were born, and where he has been for the past sixteen
years, and at the present time is superintendent of mails, in the Little
Rock postoffice. It is to this Mr. Newton, who has contributed the
data, that we are indebted for this record. Mr. Newton was edu-
cated in the Little Rock University ; is a member of the Methodist
Episcopal Church of Little Rock; a Republican, and resides 202
West Seventh St., Little Rock, Ark. His children are :

1. Ernest Chauncey 11 , Jr., b. Aug. 4, 1904; d. July 31, 1905, at Grand
Haven, Mich.

2. Elmer Levant 11 , b. June 25, 1906.

3. Helen Margaret 11 , b. May 25, 1909.

4. Julia Maud 11 , b. June 10, 1910; d. April 11, 1911, in Little Rock.

5. Roger Merle 11 , b. Jan. 1, 1912.
2. Orra Joanna 10 , b. Sept. 11, 1877, at Prairieville (now Ahnyra), Ark.;

m. at Little Rock, Ark., May 11, 1897, William L. Meredith, son of
David M. and Callie D. Meredith of Little Rock, Ark. Mr. Meredith
is a carpenter and contractor at Shreveport, La., where they are
(1914) living, and where their children were born, viz. :

1. Ernest David 11 Meredith, b. Feb. 27, 1898.

2. Orrietta 11 Meredith, b. Sept. — , 1900.
Polly 8 , b. Nov. 6, 1812 ; d. June 25, 1872, in Hillsdale County, Mich. ; m.

Edward L. Way, b. May 17, 1804 ; d. June 25, 1872.
Roxanna 8 , b. Feb. 3, 1815; d. Dec. 28, 1893; m. Sept. 4, 1836, Lester Gary,

b. Sept. 10, 1811, d. Feb. 5, 1S86.
vii. Susan 8 , b. March 10, 1818 ; m. Samuel Wilson,
viii. Lucinda 8 , b. Feb. 15, 1821 ; m. Eben Stillwell.



1695a.

1696a.
1697a.
1698a.
1699a.
1700a.



1701a.
1702a.

1660. v.

1661. vi.



1662.
1663.



1G52. LEMUEL NEWTON 7 (son of Isaac" of East Windsor. Conn, and Ran-
dolph, Vt.) was born March 16, 1778, probably at East Windsor, Conn., "and
died April 20, 1861, in Darien, N. Y.," writes Mrs. J. N. Cleveland.

He married at Royalston, Vt., August 11, 1807, Nancy Taggart, daughter of
"Joseph and Lydia (Jones) Taggart, who moved from Hillsborough, N. IT., to
Royalston, Vt., and later to Stockbridge, Vt., where they are buried. The Tag-



192 NEWTON GENEALOGY

garts are of Scotch-Irish descent. Nancy Taggart was born in Hillsborough,
N. H., January 29, 1784; married in Koyalston, Yt., Lemuel Newton. They went
to Holland, N. Y., where she died January 2, 1859" — is the statement of their
granddaughter, Mrs. Jennie Taggart Dike. She died in Yorkshire, N. Y., is
another statement.

Mrs. Helen A. Woleott writes: "My grandfather, Lemuel Newton, ... I
remember seeing him only at long intervals while I was a child. He was one
of the early settlers of what was known as the Holland Purchase, in western
New York. I have an impression that my grandfather was in the War of 1812."
"My father used to speak of his uncle Isaac, who, I supposed, was grandfather's
brother." "I found a letter in an old Bible, from Isaac Taggart [brother of
Nancy Taggart] his wife's brother, dated Stoekbridge, March 23, 1857." He,
too, would be "Uncle Isaac" to Levi Newton. 8

Either by purchase or inheritance, or both, Lemuel Newton came into posses-
sion of lands in Randolph, Yt., which he later sold — see record of deeds above — -
and removed between 1S09 and 1811 to Batavia, N. Y. The family were first in
I larien, N. Y. (same county), awhile in 1810, for their oldest child was born there.
His five children were:

1664. ti. Levi 8 , b. April 12, 1810, at Darien, N. Y. ; m. Rachel Cooler.
10G5. tii. Joel Truman 8 , b. Aug. 18, 1812, at Darien. N. Y. ; in. Rosanna Loomis.
1G06. fiii. Ltdia', b. Sept. 15, 1813; m. John Newton. Jr., her cousin (1656). She
m. (2) July 27, 1850, Sheldon Eastland. She died June 4, 1887.

1667. iiv. Milo 8 , h. Oct. 29, 1815; d. April 14, 1865; m. Oct. 4, 1S40, Roxanna Hayes.

1668. v. William Waters 8 b. April 4, 1S19; d. Oct. 8, 1824.



1GG4. LEYI NEWTON 8 (s. of Lemuel 7 ), born 1810; married in Attica.
N. Y., May 8, 1831, Rachel Cooley, who was born there November 7, 1812, and
died January 11, 1900, at Batavia, 111. He died at Batavia, 111., June 29, 1879.
From the following record of the marriages and deaths of his children it would
seem the family moved from New York State to Batavia, 111., about or before
the year 1863, and marie that place the family home. Their children were:

1669. i. Don Carlos 8 , b. Aug. 26. 1832, at Alexander. N. Y. : settled in Batavia. 111.,

whore he d.. Oct. 8. 1803; m. Oct. 27. 1853, at Bennington, N. Y.. Mary
M. Pringle. Their four children all horn at Batavia. 111., were:

1674. 1. Charlie 10 , b. April 23, 1856; d. Dec. 2. 1856.

1675. 2. Frankie 10 , b. Sept. 2, 1857; d. Sept. 23. 1857.
L676. 3. Uay 10 , b. June 1, 1861 ; d. Feb. 11, 1867.
ir.77. 4. Legore 10 , b. July 26, 1867; d. Sept. 1. 1867.

1670. ii. ORRIN WATERS 8 , b. Sept. 2. 1N.">4. at Alexander. N. Y. : settled in Batavia.

111., where he d. Oct. 6, 1876; m. ( 1 I Nov. 1, 1855, at Batavia. 111.,
Helen 1". Hoyt, who had one child. The date of her death is not given.
lie married (2), July 25, 1863, Maggie Towers, and had three more.
Children were :

1678. 1. Willie 10 , b. June 7. 1856 ; d. Aug. 27. 1856, Batavia. 111.

1679. 2. Levi 19 , b. Sept 6, is<'.7.

1680. ::. Walter 10 , b. Aug. 2. 1871.

1681. 4. Mabel 10 , b. April 24. 1S74: m. April 17. 189."), J. Worth Curnahan.

1671. iii. EARIX Cooley*, b. Oct. 24. 1838, at Middlebury, N. Y. : settled in Batavia.

111., where he d. Jan. .".l. 1891. He in. there Jan. 20, 1864, Mary E.
Wilson. Their children, born at Batavia. 111., were:

1682. 1. Ed. /;.". b. Oct. 19, 1866; m. at Batavia, 111.. 1895, Flora Peckham.
L683, 2. Wilson i:\ b. July 31, 1870; m. 1803, .

1684. ::. Harry /:. . b. Sept. 26, 1875; m. .

1685. 4. Nellie Louise 10 , b. Dec. 20. 1S77: m. Dec 4. 1901, William N. Selfridge.

1686. 5. Katie May 10 , b. March 14, 1882; d. June 13, 1895, Batavia, 111.

1687. 6. Essie 10 , 0. March 14. 1885; d. same year.

1672. iv. Helen Amelia 8 , b. Nov. 15, 1840. at Attica. N. Y. : m. Feb. 15, 1866. at

Batavia, 111., Henry K. Woleott. They reside in Batavia, 111. It is Mrs.



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Wolcott who has so kindly and fully given us this family record of Lemuel

Newton 7 and his posterity. Her children are :
1G88. 1 Fred Swain 10 Wolcott, b. Aug. 10, 1867.

1689. 2. May Neicton 10 Wolcott, b. Feb. 5, 1870; m. Oct. 12, 1905, at Batavia,

111., Roger Edsall Derby. They have a son,
1090. 1. Roger Wolcott" Derby, b. Oct. 11, 1906, at Batavia, 111.

1691. 3. Eatherine Ellen 10 Wolcott, b. Feb. 28, 1873; m. Oct. 5, 1898, Harry

Tracy Hunter, at Batavia, 111. Their children are :

1692. 1. Helen 11 Hunter, b. Oct. 14, 1900, at Batavia, 111.

1693. 2. Elsie 11 Hunter, b. Feb. 10, 1907, at Los Angeles, Calif.

1694. 4. Elbert Henri, 10 Wolcott, b. Dec. 3, 1875; m. Feb. 5, 1900, at St. Charles,

111., Nora Minard. Their daughter,

1695. 1. Katherine Minard 11 Wolcott, b. April 10, 1901, at Batavia. 111.

1696. 5. Frank EarW Wolcott, b. March 7, 1883, at Batavia, 111.

1673. v. Mary Aurelia 9 , b. Oct. 19, 1843, at Attica, N. Y. ; d. Oct. 11, 1892, at
Batavia, 111. ; m. June 3, 1868, at Batavia, 111., Myron S. Kess'ler. They
lived in Batavia, 111., and had a son born there, namely :

1697. 1. Frank Newton 10 Kcssler, b. Nov. 9, 1871; d. May 9, 1880.

1665. JOEL TEUMAN NEWTON 8 (son of Lemuel'), born 1812; died
October 4, 1861, at Yorkshire, N. Y. He married at Wyoming, N. Y., April 26,
1835, Eosanna Loomis. They lived in Yorkshire, N. Y. Their five children were:

1698. i. William Morgan", b. Oct. 10, 1837, at Wyoming, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 18, 1861,

at Yorkshire, N. Y., Annette H. Wilbour, who d. May 30, 1874; he m.
(2) Dec. 27, 1876, at Arcade, Julia Wagnor. He had three children:

1703. 1. Idabellc 10 , b. Sept. 23, 1864, at Yorkshire, N. Y. ; m. Samuel Alonzo

Cleveland, born Jan. 9, 1859, son of Alonzo and Matilda M., and was
living in Waterloo, Iowa, in 1907.
2. An infant 10 ; lived only a few days.

1704. 3. Blanche Elizabeth 10 , b. May 14, 1879, at Jesup, Iowa; m. April 2, 1907.

William A. Lawrie. They were living in Chicago, 111., in 1907.

1699. ii. Charles Merritt 9 , b. Oct. 3, 1840, at Wyoming, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 4, 1903. at

Waterloo, Iowa; m. Sept. 3, 1869, at Jesup, Iowa, Mary S. Nichols.
They had one daughter.

1705. 1. Xellie M. 10 , b. Aug. 31, 1874, at Jesup, Iowa; was living in 1907 at

Waterloo, Iowa ; unmarried.

1700. iii. Kirk M. 9 . b. Sept. 26, 1842, at Attica, N. Y. ; d. March 21, 1844, at York-

shire, N. Y.

1701. iv. Violet Adell 9 . b. July 11, 1845, at Yorkshire, N. Y. ; m. there Feb. 11, 1863.

Albert Lyon. They were living in 1907 in Warsaw, N. Y., and had two
daughters :

1706. 1. Lois' Lyon, b. , 186- ; m. II. R. Childs bf Warsaw.

1707. 2. Grace 10 Lyon. b. , IS—: m. Harry Morse of Warsaw.

1702. v. Ella Jane 9 , b. Sept. 7. 1856, at Yorkshire. N. Y. ; m. Nov. 8. 1877, at Wyo-

ming, N. Y., John Niles Cleveland, son of Chester II. and Rosella Cleve-
land of Warsaw. N. Y., where he was born, Aug. 2, 1858, and whore
they were living in 1907 ; farmer. To Mrs. Cleveland we are indebted for
this record of her father's descendants. Children :

1708. 1. Clara Adell 10 Cleveland, b. April 18, 1881, at Warsaw, N. Y. ; d there

Oct. 15, 1887.

1709. 2. Maybelle Rose 10 Cleveland, b. March 14, 1885, at Warsaw, N. Y. ; d. there

May 3, 1899.

1710. Alida Beatrice Cleveland (adopted), b. Dec. 26, 1899, at Dunkirk, N. Y.

1667. MILO NEWTON 8 (son of Lemuel 7 ), born 1815; died, 1865; married,
1840, Eoxanna Hayes and had six cbiklren:

1711. i. Selecta 9 , b. .

1712. ii. Celestia 9 , b. ; m Clay 9 Laseur, son of Anna Maria" (Newton)

Laseur (1657a).

1713. iii. Mattie 9 , b. ; who is Mrs. John Webber of Lockport, N. Y. (1907).

1714. iv. Martin 9 , b. .

1715. v. Eva 9 , b. .

1716. vi. Frank 9 , b. .

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1653. ISAAC NEWTON of Pomfret, Vt., once lived in Kandolph, Vt. How
much of a family he had is unknown to me, but one son is given in the Chandler
Family, namely:

L654. i. Ogden B. Newton ("Dr."), b. ; d. in 1863 in Franconia, Vt, where

he resided. He married Jan. 14, 1819, .at Bath, N. H., Sarah Chandler.

daughter of John and Elizabeth (Esty) Chandler, born May 11, 179"t.

They resided in Franconia, N. EL, and had there three children.

1717. 1. Charles, b. Jan. 30, 1821; m. at Franconia, N. H., Sept. — , 1843, Eliza

Burt. dan. of William, and had one child. He was a shoemaker. While

moving lumber in Lowell, Mass., where he afterwards kept a saloon,

he had his foot crushed by the cars.

17 IS. 2. Emetine, b. , 1822; d. April — , 1864, at Franconia, N. H. ; m.

Horace Gale of Gilmanton. a stonecutter. No issue.

17111. 3. Almeda, b. , 1825; m. Warren Huntson of Franconia, N. H.. a

peddler. Two children.



1055. ISAAC NEWTON of South Pomfret, Vt., once lived in Randolph, Vt.
He was engaged in the "Manufacture of and a dealer in Eine Carriages and
Sleighs." He wrote to me July 29, 1907, saying when he had a little time he
would send a record of his family as far back as he could. I regret his failure
to do so. I had the impression that he was a man well into years. [I suppose
he is somehow related to Dr. Ogden B. Newton, perhaps the father was Isaac 7 ,
brother of John 7 and Lemuel Newton. 7 ]



1492. ELISHA NEWTON 4 (Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Moses, Jr.,
and Sarah (How) Newton of Marlborough, Mass., was bora there October 28,
1701. It is said of him and his wife: "Their deaths are not on record, but each
are said to have lived to be about 90" ; if so he died about 1791.

He married at Shrewsbury, Mass., December 26, 1728, Sarah Tomlin, then of
Westborough, daughter of Isaac and Mary (Wait) Tonilin* of Brookfield and
Marlborough, Mass. She was born at Marlborough, April 15, 1708, and died
about 1798. She was admitted to the church at Shrewsbury in 1734.

Mr. Newton was "of Shrewsbury" at date of his marriage. He probably was
arranging to settle there before that date and was improving some of the land
taken up — "granted" to his father, Moses Newton, Lot No. 17, as well as some
of his own. This appears from the fact that he received a portion of the lands
laid out in "1765. To Elisha Newton, in right of 17th House-Lott, next his
own land." His brother Aaron had been occupying this House Lot, granted to
their father in 1718, since 1729, and he also may have done so. His twelve chil-
dren were all bora in Shrewsbury.

* Isaac Tomlin ( — — ) from Brookfield, Mass., to Marlborough, where he married, Dec.
10, 1696, Mart Wait of Marlborough. He died at Westborough, June 24, 1745. They had In
Marlborough: Isaac, •/;•.. b. 1607 ; d. 1739; m. Martha Newton (dan. of Thomas 3 , John 2 ) ;
Hezckiah, b. 1700, d. 174'.) : Hannah, b. 1702. d. 1718; Mary, b. 1705; Sarah, b. April 15,
1708; in. Elisha Newton* (Moses 3 ) ; Ruhamah, b. 1709; Lydia, b. 1717.

Isaac Tomlin, .Tr:. (Isaac), b. 1697; d. 1730: res. in Westborough, where he died; Marl-
borough, Sept. 20, 1721, Martha Newton, dau. of Thomas 3 (John 2 ). She died 1722;
m. (2) 1724. Mart Jon son, who d. 1725; m. (3) 1730, Jemima Weeks in and of Marl-
borough. They had "Isaac, Jr., bapt. June 0. 1723, C. R.." in Marlborough, prob. child of
Martha, 1st wf . ; Isaac, 1730; Martha. 1731; John, 1734; Silas, 1736; d. 1737; Mary,
17:17; (1. 1740. By 2d wf., Mary, there were three children, apparently at one birth, namely.
Lydia, Ruhamah and Sarah, b. Jan. 3, 1725. C. R. Bee note to Thomas 3 (John 2 , Richard 1 ).



1724.


tv.


172.1.


vi.


1726.


tvii.


1727.


fviii.


1728.


ix.



1730.


2.


1731.


3.


1732.


4.


1733.


5.



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CHILDREN.

1720. ti. Elisha 5 , Jr., b. Feb. 7, 1729-30; m. Sarab Miles.

1721. tii. Ezekiel 5 , b. May 9, 1733 ; m. Persis Wheelock.

1722. iii. Sarah 5 , b. Aug. 5, 1734 ; d. Feb. 23, 1735-0.

1723. iv. Mercy 5 , b. Nov. 6, 1735 ; d. . She married as his third wife, in

Shrewsbury, Feb. 22, 1768, Thomas Baker from Westborough to Shrews-
bury. See note to William Bucklin Newton 7 (Calvin 6 ). Mercy was a
widow in 1774, for the record in Shrewsbury has intention of marriage of
"Wid. Mercy Baker and Ezra Pond of Hubbardston, June 4, 1774." The
following may be the birth record of their son. In Hubbardston :

1. ''Pond. son of Ezra. May 18. 1779. P. R." See note.

Timothy 5 , b. May 17. 1737 ; m. Huldah Wheelock.

Ithamar', b. April 12, 1739 : d. Aug. 22, 1758, at Cape Breton.

Solomon 5 , b. Jan. 28, 1740-1; m. (1) Hannah Hastings; m. (2) Mrs. Lydia

(Rice) Hemenway of Worcester.
Charles 5 , b. Aug. 28, 1742 ; m. Tabitha Bouker.

Sarah 5 , b. May 7. 1744 ; d. at Brookfield, Vt., before 1772 ; m. March 4,
1761, Solomon Bigelow, son of Samuel and Jedidiah (Hathorn) Bigelow
of Shrewsbury, Mass., where he was born Nov. 1, 1742. They lived a few
years in Shrewsbury, Mass., where three children were born, then moved
to Brookfield, Vt., where she died. He married (2) in 1772, Hannah
Sanderson, and lived many years in Brookfield, Vt., where he died May 12,
1808. His children were :
1729. 1. Barna" Bigelow, b. Sept. 11, 1762; m. (1) 1794, Nabba Pride of Norwich,

Vt.. and had seven children; m. (2) 1808, Lois Griswold, b. at South
Hadley, Mass., Jan. 23, 1779; d. Aug. 24, 1870, aged 91. He had a
large store at Brookfield, Vt., until 1808, when he sold out and engaged
in farming.
Silas* Bigelow, b. Dec. 1, 1764; d. Dec. 4, 1764.
Silas" Bigelow, b. Dec. 24, 1766; m. Elizabeth B. Boynton ; nine children.

Ebenczer" Bigelow, b. , 176-, in Vermont.

Patty" Bigelow, b. , 17 — , in Vermont; m. Amasa Pride; res.

Water bury, Vt.

1734. 6. Sally" Bigelow, b. , 17 — , in Vermont; m. Winslow ; res.

Eaton, N. T.

1735. 7. Lucinda" Bigelow, b. , 17 — , in Vermont ; m. Stephen Pride.

1736. 8. Asa" Bigeloic, b. Sept. 22, 1784, in Vermont ; m. Anna W. Paine ; eight

children.

1737. x. Persis 5 , b. July 1, 1746 ; d. Nov. 14, 1751.

1738. xi. Mary 5 , b. Sept. 24, 1747; d. "Feb. 20, 1792, in her 45th year." Grave-

stone in Shrewsbury. She married at Shrewsbury, Nov. 26, 1765, Asa
Mixer, son of Maj. Joseph and Mary (Ball) Mixer of Watertown and
Shrewsbury, born in Shrewsbury, April 5, 1746, married (2) Dec. 24,
1793, Ruth Murry of Worcester. The family resided in Shrewsbury,
Mass., where the births of eight children are recorded. A. H. Ward, in
the history of that town, gives the baptism of three more. Asa Mixer
moved from Shrewsbury after 1798 to Oxford, Mass., where he was living
in 1847, having passed his 100th year. Children were :

1739. 1. Daniel" Mixer, b. May 20, 1766; m. in 1783, Lydia Wesson of Gore, and

had five children. He died and his widow, Lydia, m. in 1818, Samuel
Smith.

1740. 2. Sarah" Mixer, b. May 14, 1769; m. in 1790, Abijah Nelson. They lived

in Leicester some years aud he died in Shrewsbury March 15, 1834,
aged 72. No issue.

1741. 3. Mercy" Mixer (twin), b. Oct. 5, 1771; d. 1816, aged 45; m. Oct. 11, 1793,

Daniel Smith, Jr., and had eight children born in Shrewsbury. He m.
(2) in 1822, Olive Collier, a widow of Sutton.

1742. 4. Mary" Mixer (twin), b. Oct. 5, 1771; m. 1791, Lemuel Harris. They

lived in Worcester, where she had born eight children.

1743. 5. Elizabeth" (Betty) Mixer, b. May 18, 1774; m. 1793, Daniel Baird, Jr.,

of Worcester, where they lived and three children were born.

1744. 6. Nelly" Mixer (twin), b. Nov. 25, 1776; m. in 1799, Ashbel Allen, son

of Israel, 2d, and Thankful of Shrewsbury. [This Israel Allen was a
soldier at the battle of Bunker Hill.]

1745. 7. Alice" Mixer (twin), b. Nov. 25, 1776; m. in 1797, Daniel Smith of Wor-
174(5-1747. cester, where twins Asa 7 and Daniel 7 were b. 1798.

1748. 8. Joseph" Mixer, b. Nov. 13, 1779.



19 6 NEWTON GENEALOGY

1740. 9. Dana" Mixer, bapt. Feb. 16, 1783; d. 1835; m. Ruth ; three

daughters.

1750. 10. Asa* Mixer, Jr., bapt. Sept. 4, 1785 ; "d. at Charlton," to which town he

had removed ; m. 1804, Grace Harrington ; one child.

1751. 11. Relief Mixer, b. about 1789; m. in 1805, Capt. Thomas Harrington (son



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