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William P. Newton was a farmer in Nashua, N. H.

children.

3478. i. Caroline Louisa 8 , b. Nov. 1, 1845 : m. Nov. 7, 1867, Horace W. Tolles of

Nashua, N. H, born there April 26, 1838, son of Horace C. and Sophia
(Wright) Tolles. Veterinary surgeon. They had a son:

3479. 1. Willium Horace' Tolles, b. Dec. 11, 1S77.

2691. EBENEZER STOW NEWTON 7 (Asa 6 , Timothy 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Asa, Si-., and Mary ("Polly," Stow) Newton of
Hubbardston, Mass., and Nashua, N. II., was born November 28, 1813, and died
December 25, 1875 or 1878 [prob. the latter].

He married (1) November 6, 1838, Edy G. Adams, daughter of Henry and
Sally (Bradley) Adams, born at Nashua, N. H. She died and he married (2)
August 28, 1855, Julia A. Tolles of Weathersfield, Vt., born there September

12, 1819, died October 16, 1885. She was daughter of Levi and Fanny (Moseley)
Tolles of Weathersfield, Vt. She had two children.

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354 NEWTON GENEALOGY

CHILDREX.

3480. i. FRANCES Ellen 5 , b. March 20. 1859 : d. Jan. 30. 1884.

34S1. ii. Jenny Tolles 8 , b. July 30. 1SG4; m. Jan. 27, 1880. Walter C. French of

Fitchburg. Mass.. b. June 18, 18G3 ; shipping clerk, Nashua Lock Co.

He was son of Abel II. and Elizabeth (Davis) French.

2713. DR. ISAAC NEWTON 7 (Ithamar 6 , Timothy 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Ithamar and Mary, "Polly" (Nichols) Newton of Hubbard -
ston, was born there December 28, 1820, and died at Fitchburg, Mass., November
17,1889, aged 69.

He married at Hubbardston, Mass., May 4, 1841, Maria Rice, daughter of Ralph
and Lavina (Russell) Rice* of Hubbardston, where she was born March 7, 1820,
and where she died October 11, 1843, aged 23 years, 7 months, 4 days. Typhoid
fever. Two children.

He married (2) at Westminster, Mass., June 19, 1845, Lydia Elizabeth Wis-
well, daughter of William and Lydia (Hager) Wiswell:}: of Westminster, where
she was born March 2, 1826, P. R. She died at Lancaster, Mass., October 21, 1881.
Six children.

He married (3) at Worcester, Mass., Mrs. Laura Collins (by whom he had one
child), who died .

He married (4) Mrs. Mary (Post) Craig.

Dr. Isaac Newton was one of the old-fashioned country doctors, rather migra-
tory in his habits, and wherever he went, there he practiced medicine. He got the
foundations of his education in the district schools; his knowledge of medicine
he obtained from various sources outside, from private study and largely from
experience. He practiced in Lunenburg, Lancaster, Sterling, Hold en, Worcester
and several other towns in Massachusetts and died at Fitchburg.

His first two children were born at Hubbardston. The third died there. The
fourth and fifth were born at Fitchburg. The sixth, seventh and eighth were
born at Lunenburg. Where the youngest was born is not stated. From these
birth-dates can be calculated about the length of his residence in each town dur-
ing those years.

CHILDREX.

3482. i. SARAn Maria 8 , b. Jan. 22. 1842; "died out of town." [Hist. Hub.]

3483. ii. Isaac 8 , b. Aug. 4 or 5, 1843 ; d. at Hubbardston, Dec. 1, 1862. He was a

soldier in the Civil War: enlisted June 17, 1861, in Company B. 12th
Massachusetts regiment and was discharged for disability June 18, 1S62.



* Edmi-xd Rice 1 and his son Thomas 2 . See note to James Rice 3 (s. of Thomas 2 ), born
March G. 1669 at Marlborough ; died at Worcester, Oct. 14. 1730 ; m. Mary Stone of Sudbury
(dau. of Daniel and Mary), and resided in Sudbury, Marlborough and Worcester. He had
100 acres of land granted to him, in 1718, in Worcester, and thus was a proprietor there.
He had ten children. The eldest was Jothatn*.

Jotham* (s. of James 3 ), b. Feb. 17. 1696; d. Nov. 17, 1782; m. Mary Earl. dau. of Ralph
Earl, and removed from Newport. R. I., to Worcester, about 1734. and thence to Barre,
before 1749, where he died. His wid., Mary, died in 1803, aged 97. They had fourteen chil-
dren. The third was

RAi.rH Rice 5 (Jotham 4 ), b. ; m. Sarah . They lived in Barre, it is said,

and had six children, though the records there do not show them all. The fifth child was

Abel Rice" (Ralph 5 ), b. Jan. 16. 1760; d. 1837, aged 77; m. 1791. Anna Jones, b. 1769;
she was of New Braintree. and was living in 1855. They lived awhile in Barre and had two
children; moved to Hubbardston and had there six children, and about 1824 removed to
Pennsylvania, where he died. One son was

Ralph Rice 7 (Abel 8 ), b. about 1793; d. at Hubbardston. Sept. 17, 1847, aged 54; fever;
m. there June 25, 1815, Lavina Russell ; res. in Hubbardston. where they had ten children.
These were: Susan Hone, 1816; m. 1839. Francis P. Sargent; David, 1818; Maria, March
7. 1820 ; m. 1S41. Dr. Isaac Newton ; Joseph Willard, 1822 ; m. 1846, Harriet Wilder; Fran-
cis, 1824: Joel, 1826; d. 1846; Samuel Newell, 1829; d. 1846; George Washington, 1831;
Hannah. 1833; and Isaac Xeirton. Aug. 12, 1835.

$ William Wiswell ( ). m. at Westminster, Jan. 4. 1803, Lydia Hager; res. West-
minster and had born there ten children, namely: Louisa, 1803; Milinda, 1804; William.
1806; Lucy, 1809 ; Jane, 1815 ; Beth, 1817 ; Leonora, 1819 ; William, 1821 ; Caroline, 1822 ;
Lydia Elizabeth, March 2, 1826, P. R.



BRANCH OF MOSES 355

3484. iii. Samuel Heath 8 , b. Oct. 25, 184G; d. Sept. 26, 1848, aged 1 jr., 11 mos.,

G. S. in Hubbardston, Clark Cemetery

3485. tiv. Samuel Heath 8 , b. Dec. 9, 1848, at Fitchburg, Mass. ; m. Susan Emily

Bundy.
34S6. v. William Hyxe.s\ b. Sept. 3. 1852, at Fitchburg; m. at Worcester, Mass.,
Oct. 25, 1877, Ella Brimhall, dan. of Alvin Cutler Brimhall. She m. (2)
George Woodruff. Mr. Newton was employed in the mills for the manu-
facture of wire and has resided in the towns of West Sterling, Clinton,
Worcester, Mass., and died at Denver, Colo., Nov. 8, 1889. No children.

3487. vi. Sarah Elizabeth 8 , b. Sept. 11, 1856, at Lunenburg ; d. there June 17, 1858.

3488. vii. Lizzie Maria 8 , b. Dec. 17, 1858, at Lunenburg; m. Charles Chandler, son

of Charles and Hannah (Nichols) Chandler of Princeton, Mass., where
he was born Oct. 25, 1S54. Mr. and Mrs. Chandler were living in Stur-
bridge, Mass., in 1911, where he was a farmer. In Jan. 1912, they were
at West Sterling, where all of their children were born, except the eldest,
who was born at Lancaster, Mass. Children were :

3491. 1. Bertha Nichols 1 Chandler, b. Feb. 12, 1881; m. at Worcester, May 9,

1900, Sidney Joseph Wood. They were living in 1911 at Leominster.
Their children are :

3502. 1. William Sidney 10 Wood, b. Sept. 3. 1900. at Worcester.

3503. 2. Lilla Alice 10 Wood. b. Oct. 5, 1901. at Worcester.

3504. 3. Clara Gertrude 10 Wood. b. Sept. 12. 1904. at Worcester.

3505. 4. Walter Chandler 10 Wood, b. March 4, 1908. at Providence. R. I.

3506. 5. Bertha May™ Wood, b. March 7, 1911, at Leominster (?).

3492. 2. Aliec Lydia" Chandler, b. Oct. 11. 1882; m. at West Sterling, Nov. 23,

1905. Leonard Miller. Thev reside at Boylston, Mass.

3493. 3. Gertrude May 9 Chandler, b. Feb. 10. 1885; m. Nov. 23, 1904, Den. Herbert

Homer. They reside at 21 Forest St.. Whittenville. Mass.

3494. 4. Frank Warren' Chandler, b. April 18, 1S87 ; d. Jan. 14, 1900.

3495. 5. Florence Evelyn Chandler, b. March 31, 1889; m. Aug. 9, 190S, Joseph

Smith. They reside at West Sterling.

3496. 6. William Newton" Chandler, b. March 22, 1891; unm. ; resides with his

parents.

3497. 7. Charles Herbert' Chandler, b. Oct. 29, 1892; d. Jan. 11, 1893.

3498. 8. Charles Earls' Chandler, b. Oct. 11, 1894; resides with his parents.

3499. 9. Lizeie Louise Chandler, b. March 6, 1896; d. Aug. 8, 189S.

3500. 10. Harold 3 Chandler, b. Dec. 10, 1902 ; d. Dec. 10, 1902.

3489. viii. Sarah Ann 8 , b. Oct. 17, 1861, at Lunenburg, Mass. ; m. at Holden, Mass.,

March 19, 1884, George Larnard Vinton,* son of Benjamin Franklin and
Jane Eliza (Marcy) Vinton of AA'oodstock, Conn., where he was born
Jan. 5, 1859. Mr. and Mrs. Vinton are living, 1912, at Sturbridge, Mass.,
where he is a farmer. Their only child was :

3501. 1. George Newton' Vinton, to whom I am indebted for the data regarding

the family of his grandfather, Dr. Isaac Newton 7 . He was born Sept. 5,
1885. at Woodstock, Conn. ; was graduated from the high school at
Southbridge, Mass., June 21, 1906; married at Amherst, Mass.. Feb.
28, 1911, Luella Powell Rowe. daughter of Albion and Jennie Frances
(Rowe) Powell? of Hanover. N. II.. and Grafton, Mass. She was born
Luella Alvina Powell, Dec 25. 1888, at Hanover, N. H., and was
adopted Sept., 1892, by her uncle, Charles Rowe, and his wife Anna
(Daly) Rowe, and her name changed as above. Mr. Newton and his
wife reside in Sturbridge. Mass., where he is a farmer.

3490. ix. Ella Florence 8 , b. ; m. George Woodruff. In 1909 they were living

in Ellington, Maine.



2717. DANIEL NEWTON 7 , 2.1 (Daniel 6 , Solomon 3 , Elisha 4 , Moses 8 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Daniel and Lucy (Maynard) Newton of Shrewsbury and
Heath, Mass., was born, probably, at Heath, February 12, 1809, and died .

* Lucbbtia Vinton (dan. ) m. Prosper Bundy. Benjamin Franklin Vin-
ton (brother of Lucretia) m. Eliza Jane Marcy, whose son, George Larnard Vinton, m. Sarah
Ann Newton.

(Albion Powell from Grafton, Mass., came to Hanover, N. ll.. and m. there, July 13,
1881, Jennie Frances Rowb, who was l><>ru at Springfield, N. II., Feb. 23, 1864, and died
at Hanover, N. II., June 29, 1898.



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35(5 NEWTON genealogy

He married at Holliston, Mass. (so the family state; there is no record of
it), Elizabeth Grey, who was his only wife.

Mr. Newton was a shoemaker. He lived in the towns of Milford and Hollis-
ton, Mass., where the records give the births of the first three children in Mil-
ford, and the birth of the fifth child in Holliston. The recollection of them is
that "Uncle Daniel lived in Holliston and had a large family of children."

CHILDREN.

Melville r. s , b. Dec. 1, 1837, at Milford.

Piiilo Augustus*, b. Aug. 1, 1839, at Milford. His last known residence

was Cambridge, Mass.
Alfred Mortoin s , b. Aug. 11, 1S42. at Milford; d. there March 8, 1843.

Clara 8 , b. about 1845 ; d. ; unm.

Alice M. s , b. Nov. 29. 1847, at Holliston ; "married and died soon after."

Herbert 8 , b. about 1849.

Ellen 8 , b. about 1854 ; "married, and died soon after."



2718. PHILO SLOCUM NEWTON 7 (Daniel , Solomon 5 , ' Elisha 4 , Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Daniel and Lucy (Maynard) Newton of Shrewsbury
and Heath, Mass., was born at Heath, March 29, 1811, and died at Hartford,
Conn., May 2, 1891, aged 80.

He married December 1, 1841, Elizabeth Ann Pelton,* daughter of Nathan
William and Abigail (Coleman) Pelton of Wethersfield, Conn. She was born
August 13, 1822, and died in the home where she had spent her married life,
on May 12, 1911, aged 88 years, 9 months, lacking one day.

Mr. Newton remembered living as a child in Heath; and the sawmill his
father owned there. After the death of his mother the family moved back to
Shrewsbury, where he was brought up. After his marriage he at once settled
in Hartford, Conn., and spent his entire life thereafter there; building a com-
fortable homestead, where he died and his wife died; after which the place was
sold.

CHILDREN.

3514. i. Anna Coleman 8 , b. , at Hartford, Conn. ; m. July S, 1SG8, George

Fuller Hawley, M.D., son of Dr. George Benjamin and Zerviah (Fuller)
Ilawleyi of Hartford, Conn., where he was born, Feb. 16. 1843. and where
they reside ; he being a physician in general practice. He was drafted as
a soldier for the Civil War; but his father furnished a substitute. He
was not wholly without service, being at one time surgeon of the First
Regiment, Connecticut National Guard.

Mrs. Hawley is a member of the Society of the D. A. R., No. 13144.

She is a woman of literary attainments and good all-around capacity in

many lines. She was solicited to assist Dr. Stiles in his work on the

"History of Ancient Wethersfield, Conn.," and "did so, giving almost an

entire winter, and then later correcting proofs for almost another winter."

She also "helped" in the Edwards Genealogy. Her only child is

3510. 1. George Burton" Hawley, b. May 14, 1869, at Hartford, "Conn. In 1906 he

was living in Indianapolis. Ind., engaged as "General Inspector" for

the Central Union Telephone Company. He is married and has two

children.

* Elizabeth A. Pelton 8 (Nathan William 7 , William 8 , John 5 , John 4 , John 3 , Samuel 2 , John
Pelton 1 ).

} George Benjamin Hawley, M.D., was founder of "The Hartford Hospital" and the
"Old People's Home." He was sun of Abraham" (Ezra 6 , Jr., Capt. Ezra 4 , Dea. Thomas 3 , Sam-
uel-, Joseph Hawley 1 . Sr.) of Trumbull. Conn, (near Bridgeport).

Zerviah Fuller, b. June 3, 1802, d. Oct. 20, 1847, dau. of Dr. Silas Puller, surgeon in the
War of 1812. for three years. Afterward physician in charge of the Retreat for the Insane
in Hartford, Conn. ; afterward and before, a physician in general practice and very success-
ful. Several of his sons were also physicians.



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3515 ii. Philo Woodiiotjse 8 , b. Dec. 10, 1849, at Hartford, Conn. ; m. April 17, 1890,
Mrs. Angelia Augusta 3 (Holden) Thompson (2725), his cousin, daughter of
Alfred and Lucy Mayuard (Newton) Holden of Worcester, Mass. She
was born at West Boylston, May 19, 1847, married (1) May 27, 18G9,

Joseph H. Thompson, who died . They had one child, born July 10,

1872, died 187(3.

Mr. Philo W. Newton is a successful druggist at Hartford, Conn., "The
Allyn House Drug Store," becoming, April 1, 1885, its sole proprietor.
Interested in military affairs, he was twice chosen hospital steward of the
First Regiment, Connecticut National Guard, at the time Dr. Hawley, his
sister's husband, was surgeon. He is a member of the Veterans City Guard.
In 1888 he became a member of the Lafayette Lodge, F. A. M., and after
passing through the various offices, was elected eminent commander of
Washington Commandery in 1898. He is a 32d degree Mason. He has
no children.

2719. JOHN M. NEWTON 7 (Daniel 6 , Solomon 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Daniel and Lucy (Maynard) Newton of Shrewsbury and
Heath, Mass., was probably born at the latter town, July 7, 1813. He died July
22, 1890, aged 77.

He married at Newfane, Vt., May 8, 1836, Sarah Ann Holden, daughter of
Josiah Forbes Holden of Newfane, Vt,, and granddaughter of Captain Josiah
Holden, an officer in the Revolutionary War. Her brother married a sister of
her husband.

Mr. Newton seems to have moved from place to place, as the imperfect record
of his children would indicate. All I can find are here given. It is said of
them : "The children were all nice."

CHILDREN.

3517. i. Elbridge Taylor 8 , b. Nov. 8, 1837, at Shrewsbury.

3518. ii. Sarah Adeline 8 , b. July 6, 1843, at Westborough ; m. Adams.

3519. iii. Henry Arthur 8 , b. June 9, 1845, at Grafton.

3520. iv. John H. 8 , b. before 1849, "the youngest"; d. May 9, 1870, a minor, leaving

an estate. His uncle, guardian and administrator.

Abstract of. Administration of his Estate.
1870 John H. Newton, Worcester, 43243 A

Petition for administration of deceased, a minor.

Date of death. May 9, 1870.
Heirs — John M. Newton — father
Sarah A. Newton — mother
Rond of John M. Newton, appointed admr. June 7,

1870, $400 ( Horace W. Bigelow )

{ Joseph B. Adams j Sureties
Release by Admr. to Alfred Holden, guardian of John H. Newton.

2732. WILLIAM BUCKLIN NEWTON 7 (Calvin 6 , Solomon 5 , Elisha 4 ,
Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Calvin and Martha (Rice) Newton of Shrews-
bury, Mass., where he was born December 26, 1812, and where he died March 1,
1894, aged 82.

He married at Shrewsbury, April 14, 1835, Anna Angier Baker, daughter of
Artemas Dodge and Prudence (Howard) Baker* of Shrewsbury, Mass., where she



• Thomas Baker (ped. not traced) and wife Azubah were in Westborough, where their
dau. Mary was born Dec. 13, 1738. They moved to Shrewsbury, where they had Catherine.

bapt. May 21, 1740. His wife, Azubah, died March 25. 1742, and he m. (2) Eunice ,

who bore him Daniel, 1751 ; Asa, 1754 ; Reuben, 1756. Wife Eunice prob. died, for he m.
(3), Feb. 22, 1768, Mercy Newton, dau. of Elisha, Br. 4 (Moses 3 , Moses 2 ). He must have died
before the summer of 1774, for in June of that year was pub. the int. of m. between "Wid.
Mercy Baker and Ezra Pond," in Shrewsbury.

Daniel Baker (s. of Thomas and Eunice), b. 1751; d. Dec. 12, 1821, aged 70; m.
1774, Deborah Band, b. 1756, dau. of Solomon and Deborah (Dodge) Band of Shrewsbury.



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was born August 16, 1816. Mrs. Newton celebrated ber 90tb birthday anniversary
in 1906, at ber borne in Shrewsbury, of which town sbe bad been a lifelong resi-
dent; and had never staid away from for more than a week at a time. When
she was a baby, sbe came near being carried away by an Indian who had been
refused the cider be bad asked for ; but he was driven off by her mother with a fire
shovel. Sbe bad been a member of the Congregational Church for many years.
She was a great reader, and interested always in all benevolent work.

When Mr. and Mrs. Newton were married they went to live in the house on
Main Street, Shrewsbury, later owned by George W. Coggswell. In 1852 they
moved to the present home on the same street, where his widow has ever since
resided.

CHILDREN.

3521. ti. Lyman Oodman 8 , b. July 22, 1842 ; m. Emma Elizabeth Livermore.

3522. ii. Emerson L. s , b. July 5, 1845; d. Sept. 18, 1845.

2736. JOHN CALVIN NEWTON 7 (Calvin 6 , Solomon 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Kichard 1 ), son of Calvin and Martha (Eice) Newton of Shrewsbury,
Mass., was born there January 13, 182:5. and died at Greendale (Worcester), Mass.,
October 8, 1908.

He married at Worcester, January 13, 1869, Lydia Ann Wheelock, daughter of
Jubal and Lucy (Cheney) Wheelock of Worcester, where she was born August 18,
1832. She died, as did her husband, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Weeks,
44 Eales Street, Glendale (Worcester), Mass., on Eebruary 13, 1910, aged 78
years, 5 months, 25 days. Cancer. Funeral and burial at Shrewsbury, Mass.
Mrs. Newton was a member of the Congregational Church in Shrewsbury, and
when living in that town resided on Boylston Street.

The last two years of their lives Mr. and Mrs. Newton spent in Worcester. In
the prime of bis manhood and youth he lived in Shrewsbury. He was a truck-
man and farmer. He married late in life and bad but the one child.

CHILD.

3523. i. Bertie Calvin 8 , b. , 1871 ; d. at birth.



2739. GEORGE ALBERT NEWTON 7 (Calvin 6 , Solomon 5 , Elisha*, Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Calvin and Martha (Rice) Newton of Shrewsbury,
Mass., was born there January 8, 1833.

He married May 31, 1855, Sarah Jane Mahan, daughter of Solomon and Mary
(Brigbam) Mahan of Shrewsbury, Mass., where she was born September 10,
1836. She was living in 1906.

CHILD.

3524. ti. George Emerson 8 , b. Sept. 27, 1857, at Boylston, Mass. ; d. Jan. 23, 1881 ; in.
Sept. 27, 1877, Emma J. Cole, adopted daughter of Samuel J. Cole.



2742. LEONARD NEWTON 7 (Dennis 6 , Solomon 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Dennis and Sarah H. (Heywood) Newton of Shrewsbury,
Mass., was born there December 7, 1821.

He married Jane .

They resided in Shrewsbury, where they had seven children. The widow, Deborah, died July
20, 1847, aged 90 years, 7 months, 11 days; old age. One son was

Artemas Dodge Baker, b. Jan. 20, 1783 ; m. at Worcester, Jan. 14, 1813, Prddence How-
ard of Worcester. They resided in Shrewsbury, where they had Artemas Dodge, Jr., b. Dec.
27, 1813 ; Deborah Rand, 1815 ; d. 1819 ; Anna Angler, Aug. 16, 1816 ; m. William Bucklin
Newton ; Josiah W., b. 1826.



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CHILD.

3525. i. Ella Adelia 8 , b. July 21, 1847, at Lancaster, Mass.

2748. CHAELES NEWTON 7 [perhaps this is son of Ezra (Charles 5 , Elisha 4 ,
Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ) and Ruth (Howe) Newton of Princeton, Mass., born
there March 3, 1814, and mentioned in his father's will, 1863, at Worcester, Mass.
[Whether or not this pedigree belongs to him, the following family does.]

He married in Worcester, Mass., October 19, 1836, Ruth Smith.

Charles and Ruth Newton had three children, bom in Worcester, Mass.

CHILDREN.

352G. i. Albert 8 , b. Oct. 3, 1837.

3527. ii. Martha Ann 8 , b. Aug. 29, 1S40; d. in Worcester, June 12, 1845, aged 4 yrs.

3528. iii. Aisby A. 8 (or L.), b. July 3, 1840; d. in Worcester, Feb. 21, 1848, aged 1 yr.,

7 mos., 17 dys.

2772. SIMEON BRUCE NEWTON 7 (Dana 6 , Moses 5 , Elisha 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Dana and Hannah (Cheney) Newton of Shrewsbury, Mass.,
was born there October 24, 1810.

He married at Millbury, Mass., October 17, 1832, Mary McGinnis.

children.

3529. i. Mary Jane 8 , b. , at Millbury; d. there April 10, 1835.

3530. ii. Mary Jane 8 , b. Aug. 2, 1835, at Millbury.

2790. CALEB NEWTON 7 (Amos 6 [prob. Bezaleel 5 , Amos 4 , Sr., Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ]), son of Amos and Sarah (Swan) Newton of Charlestown,
Woburn and Maiden, Mass., was born about 1813.

He married in Medford, Mass., August 17, 1845 (then of Maiden and aged 32),
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Robinson of Maiden, aged 28, by Rev. IT. Ballou. She was the
daughter of Nathan and Nancy Tufts, born about 1815.

Caleb and Elizabeth R. Newton had two children, born in Maiden, Mass.

children.

3531. i. Orianna E. 8 , b. July 8, 184G ; d. Jan. 29, 1849, aged 2 yrs., 7 mos.; lung

affection.

3532. ii. Caleb 8 , b. Feb. 8, 1849.

2795. JOSEPH YERRY NEWTON 7 (Job 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr., Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Job and Submit (Winchester) Newton of Southbor-

ough and Westborough, was born in , recorded in both Southborough and

Westborough, Mass., March 11, 1804.

He married in Hopkinton, Mass., March 28, 1832, Fidelia J. Loring, daughter
of Nathaniel, Jr., and Millicent (Jones) Loring* of Hopkinton. She was born
in Hopkinton, August 1, 1808. She united with the Evangelical Church at West-
borough, June 9, 1837.

Mr. Newton lived in Westborough. He was executor of the will of his father,
1836, and received by the will all of his father's real estate, subject to use of the
widow, and all other personal not otherwise bequeathed. He united by letter with

♦Nathaniel Loring, Jr. (Nathaniel), b. 1782, in Hopkinton; m. there in 1806, Millicent

Jones, dau. of John and Hannah ( ) Jones of Hopkinton, where she was born in 1780.

They lived in Hopkinton and had there nine children. One was Fidelia, b. 1808.

Nathaniel Loring, Sr. ( ). b. 17. r >l ; d. in Hopkinton in 1837, aged 85. He m.

there in 1777, Elizabeth Hayden, dan. of Elisha and Katherine (Hayden) Hayden of Hop-
kinton, where she was born in 17G0. They had nine children. One was Nathaniel, Jr., b.
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the church at Westborough at the same time as his wife united, and their names
appear in the list of "Present Members" in 1842.

CHILDREN.

3533. i. Jonas Loring 8 , b. May 12, 1833, in Hopkinton.

3534. ii. Joanna Hastings 8 , b. April 27, 183G, in Westborough.

3535. iii. Joseph Henry 8 , b. June 25, 1840, in Westborough.

2796. JABEZ NEWTON 7 (Job 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ),
son of Job and Submit (Winchester) Newton of Southborough- Westborough,
Mass., was born at Westborough, January 13, 1806, and died at Southborough,
and his will was allowed September 15, 18Y4.

He married at Westborough, November 19, 1832, Mary Ann Bacheller Knowl-
ton, daughter of Joseph Hastings and Chloe (Forbush) Knowlton of Shrewsbury,
Mass., where she was born May 12, 1810. She died after September, 1874. Her
brother married Huldah Newton (dau. Job 6 ). Eor Knowlton pedigree, see note
to Job Newton (Jabez 5 ).

Mr. Newton lived in Westborough, Mass. He received $20 by will of his father,
and $50 by will of his brother, in 1873. His will, allowed September 15, 1874,
Southborough, Case in Probate, No. 43,223, gives "To son George W. Newton,
$5. To son Frank H. Newton, $5. To wife Mary Ann B. Newton, residue.
Appoints wife executrix. Executrix bond $5,000. R. Goddard, Franklin Este,
sureties."

children.

353G. i. George Winchester 8 , b. March 29, 183G, at Westborough.

3537. ii. Frank H. 8 , b. ; named in father's will.

3538. iii. Abba Maria 8 , b. May 21, 1840, at Westborough.

2797. JONAS PARKER NEWTON 7 (Job 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Job and Submit (Winchester) Newton of Southborough-West-



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