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borough, Mass., was born at Westborough, January 11, 1808, and died ;

was living September 2, 1873.

He married at Marlborough, Mass., March 31, 1833, Arathusa Rice, daughter

of Nathan and Arethusa ( ) Rice of Marlborough, where she was baptized

May 26, 1811. C. R. She was sister of Albert B. Rice, who married Hannah
Newton 7 , sister of Jonas P. 7 See note to Job 6 (Jabez 5 ) for Rice pedigree.

Mr. Newton lived in Southborough, Mass. He received $20 by will of hi9
father, and residue of the estate of his brother, Heman Newton, by will in 1873.

CHILDREN.

3539. i. Amanda Adaline 8 , b. Jan. 5, 1834, at Southborough.

3540. ii. Louisa Rice 8 , b. July 19, 1835, at Southborough.

2801. RICHARD WINCHESTER 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, October 6, 1816,
and died .

He married at North Brookfield, Mass., May 20, 1840, Sophia C. Rainger,
daughter of Joshua and Sarah (Chamberlin) Rainger* of North Brookfield.
The marriage also is recorded in Oakham, Mass.



* Joshua Rainger, son of John and Sarah (Hinckly) Rainger, was born Aug. 28, 1768,
In Brookfield ; in. in Westborough July 2, 1799, Sarah Chamberlin.

John Rainger (no further traced) and Sarah Hinckley ; m. int. Men., 1761, In Brook-
field ; had there six children. She died there March 11, 1849, aged 76. G. S. in cemetery at
No. Brookfield, Mass.



BRANCH OF MOSES 361

Mr. Newton seems to have lived in Westborough — to judge by the birthplaces
of his children. All are recorded there except the last, who was born in North-
borough. His father gave him $50 by will, and his brother Heman the same
amount by will, which see. Later he moved to North Brookfield, Mass. His
family is given in the history of that town.

CHILDREN.

3541. i. LrcY Sophia 8 , b. April 8, 1841, "In Southborough" ; m. May 19, 18G9, C. A.

Richards of Vermont.

3542. ii. Eveline Maria 8 , b. Jan. 25, 1845; m. Oct. 28, 1878, M. P. Rice of Marl-

borough.

3543. iii. Jane Louisa 8 , b. Nov. 14, 1847 ; in. Nov. 9, 1870, James Maxwell of Sigel,

Pa.
r.r.44. iv. Richard D. 8 (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1849; d. June 24, 1850; fractured skull.
3545. v. Henry 8 (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1849.
3540. vi. Charles H. 8 , b. Jan. 15, 1852; m. June 10, 18S0, Clara O. Washburn of

Leicester, Mass.



2805. WILLAKD NEWTON 7 (Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel*, Jr., Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Aaron and Polly (Hill) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there May 28, 1798, and died at Fitzwilliam, N. H., October 12, 1860,
aged 62.

He married at Fitzwilliam, N. H., November 23, 1826, Lucinda Forristall,
daughter of Jesse, Jr., and Rhoda (Perry) Forristall* of Fitzwilliam, N. H.,
where she was born March 24, 1805, and where she died March 6, 1834, aged 29.

He married (2) at Fitzwilliam, N. H., May 13, 1835, Sophronia Whittemore,
daughter of William S. and Polly (Locke) Whittemore of Fitzwilliam, N. H.,
where she was born August 12, 1801, and where she died March 29, 1853, aged 52.

It is not stated when Mr. Newton went to Fitzwilliam, N. H., but certain it
is that he lived there all his married life; and there his children were born, or
baptized.

His sons Charles and Willard A. were soldiers in the Civil War.

children.

3547. i. Henry 8 , b. — ; bapt. Feb. 17, 1828, at Fitzwilliam, N. H. ; d. Oct. 29,

1850, by suicide, at Berlin. Mass. He was a shoemaker, and while work-
ing for the Maynard & Whitney Company at Berlin, took his own life;
unm.

3548. ii. Harriet 8 , b. ; bapt. March 18, 1830; d. at Fitzwilliam, N. H., Oct.

28, 1882; m. there Oct. 11, 1800, James Harkness, son of John and
Hannah (Bowen) Harkness of Richmond, N. H., where he was born.
Mr. Harkness came to Fitzwilliam. N. H., about 1840, and excepting a
few years had resided there up to 1888, when he was still living, on the
Calvin Smith place — Lot 10, Range 12. No children.

•John Forristall (not traced) m. Elizabeth ; res. Holliston, Mass., where they

had Mary, 1730 ; John, Jr., 1733 ; m. Thankful Jones ; Ezra, 1736.

John Forristall, Jr. (John), b. Nov. 12, 1733; m. 1756, Thankful Jones, dau. of Ell
and Mercy (Underwood) Jones of Holliston, where she was b. 1738. They had in Holliston
ten children. The oldest was Jesse, b. 1756, and the second was Joseph, b. 1758, both settled
in Fitzwilliam, N. H.

Jesse Forristall (John, Jr.), b. June 25, 1756; d. Oct. 2. 1824, at Fitzwilliam, N. II.;
m. (int. June 3, 1779) Martha Gibson, dau. of James and Lettice (Boyes) Gibson of Hopkin-
ton, where she was bapt. March 22. 1752. She died in 1844 at Fitzwilliam, N. H., where
they resided. Eight children. The second was

Jesse Forristall, Jr. (Jesse), b. July 17, 1781; d. June 7, 1865; m. (1) 1804, Rhoda
Perry, dau. of Micah and Elizabeth (Berry) Perry, b. 1785; d. 1835. "Soon after his first
marriage, he settled on Lot 3, Kange 5, FitzWilliam, N. H., buying of the selectmen of West-
borough, Mass., the J of the lot that had been owned by Solomon Miller." He m. (2) 1836,
Mrs. Louisa Storrow Bowker, b. 1804, dau. of John and Elizabeth (Banks) Whitton of Bos-
ton, and widow of Sylvester Bowker. Jesse, Jr., had twenty-one children. The eldest was
Lucinda, b. March 24, 1805 ; in. Willard Newton.



3G2 NEWTON GENEALOGY

3549. tiii. Charles 8 , b. ; bapt April 1. 1834; ni. Alicia M. Chaplin.

3550. iv. Austin G. 8 , b. Aug. 11, 183G ; d. May 25, 1837.

3551. tv. Barrett W. s . 1). Sept. 29, 1838; m. Mandana L. Harkness.

3552. vi. . Emily E. 8 , b. Jan. 15, 1841.

3553. tvii. Willard A. 8 , b. Eeb. 8, 1842 ; in. Nellie Olive Maxwell.

2808. MOSES NEWTON 7 (Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr., Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Aaron and Polly (Hill) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there December 24, 1803, and died .

He married — intention in Westborough, May 1, 1831 — Caroline Tirrell of
Boston. She was admitted to membership of the Evangelical Church at West-
borough, April 8, 1832, and was one of its "Present Members" in 1842. She bore
him four children. I have no further record of her.

Mr. Newton resided in Westborough. His name appears on the records in 1858.
In that year "was established the firm of G. B. Brigham & Sons for the manu-
facture of boots and shoes. G. B. Brigham, Sr., partner, was one of the first to
enter the business in Westborough. In 1838 he superintended Thomas Stone's
factory, and from 1840 to 1844, manufactured in company with Moses Newton."
Thus is recorded the fact that Moses Newton was a manufacturer of boots and
shoes. His children were born in Westborough.

CHILDREN.

3554. i. George Alonzo 8 , b. Feb. 5, 1833.

3555. ii. Caroline Maria 8 , b. Oct. 15. 1S37.
355G. iii. Frederick Henry 8 , b. July 1, 1844.

3557. iv. LrcY Ann Alicia 8 , b. May, 1848 ; d. Oct. 13, 1848.

2809. OTIS NEWTON 7 (Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel*, Jr., Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Aaron and Polly (Hill) Newton of Soutliborongh, Mass., was born

there January 15, 1806, and died in Westborough, Mass., , 1870. His

estate was administered there without a will in 1871. Case in Probate, No.
43,352.

He married at Grafton, Mass., October 14, 1831, Sarah Maria Stratton, daugh-
ter of David and Sarah (Wadsworth) Stratton* of Grafton, Mass., where she was
born March 25, 1811. She was received by letter into the Evangelical Church
at Westborough, June 8, 1834, and both their names are in the list of "Present
Members" in 1842.

Mr. Newton lived in Westborough, Mass. ; his children were born there. He
was admitted to the Evangelical Church there August 14, 1836. Otis Newton
was an active citizen in the town's affairs and was elected to fill the important
offices of Treasurer, 1847 ; Town Clerk, 1848 and 1849 ; Selectman, 1851, 1852,
1858 ; Representative to the General Court, 1858. He was engaged in the busi-
ness of manufacturing boots and shoes for nearly forty years.

* John Stratton 1 of Watertown (lineage not ascertained) m. 1667, Mary Smith (dau. of
Thomas, who was sup. to be son of John. Sr.. and Isabella, early prop, of Watertown). He
d. 1691 ; wid. adru. granted with son John. Nine children. The second was

Thomas 2 , b. 1670 ; m. 1609, Dorcas Maxwell, res. Watertown and had nine children.
One was

James 3 , b. 1700 ; m. 1721, Deborah Reed of Charlestown. They res. in Charlestown and
had there five children. The third was

Peleg*, b. , who m. at Athol, 1769, Elizabeth Kendall of Athol. They res. at

Athol and had there eleven children. The tenth was

David 5 , b. June 26, 17S6 : m. at Grafton. June 5, 1810, Sarah Wadsworth, b. Dec. 23,
1787, dau. of Ebcnozer and Lucy (Brooks) Wadsworth of Grafton. They res. in Grafton and
had two children: Sarah Maria*, b. Men. 2,"., 1811, and Jesse Kendall 9 ,' bapt. Mch. 21, 1813.
C. R. "Sally, wf. of David, bapt. Oct. 14, 1810. C. R.," a few months after marriage.
She died at Athol, Mass., Jan. 17, 1825, aged 37 years. C. R. The two children, daughters of

"David and , bapt." Athol, may also be theirs ; namely, Lucy Brooks, 1815, and

Marietta, 1825.



BRANCH OF MOSES y03



CHILDREN.

3558. i. Sakah Jane 8 , b. July 31, 183G.

35.19. ii. Ellen Maria 8 , b. April 22, 1838 ; d. March 27, 1839.

3500. iii. Susan Maria 8 , b. Feb. 3, 1840.

3501. iv. Lucy Ann 8 , b. June 14, 1842.

3502. v. Otis Kendall 8 , b. March 10, 1845.



2811. ASAHEL NEWTON 7 (Aaron , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr., Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Aaron and Polly (Hill) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there, September 14, 1810, and died after 1878. Interment in "Riverside
Cemetery" at Grafton, Mass. G. S. gives birth date only.

He married at Sutton, Mass., October 12, 1837, Charlotte Howe Wheelock,
daughter of Reuben and Charlotte (Baker) Wheelock* of Grafton, Mass., where

she was born June 20, 1S15. She died , and is buried in the cemetery with

her husband. Gravestone. Death date not given. •

Mr. Newton bought house and lands in Sutton of Luther Wheelock, and
resided in that town at some time. In 1878, the historian of Sutton says of him :
"Mr. Newton, the present owner" [of house], "is a blacksmith, and one of our
most industrious and worthy men." Except one son I have not found his chil-
dren to know them as such.

CHILD.

3503. i. George 8 , b. , at Baltimore ; was living in 187S in Grafton, Mass.



2812. NAHUM NEWTON 7 (Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr., Moses 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Aaron and Polly (Hill) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there April 1, 1813. He died .

He married at Framingham May 17, 1838, Almira, Almena Howe of Framing-
ham.

Mr. Newton resided in Westborough, Mass. The following children were born
there, and there may be others.

CHILDREN.

3504. i. Charles Henry 8 , b. April 21, 1839.

3505. ii. Mary E. 8 , b. Feb. 7, 1S41 ; d. Aug. 14, 1848, aged 7 yrs., at Westborough.



2827. MINOT P. NEWTON 7 (Ezekiel 6 , Edward 5 , Edward 4 , Edward 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Olive L. (Whitcomb) Newton of Lancaster, Mass.,
and Weathersfield, Vt., was born October 29, 1804, probably at Weathersfield, Vt.

He married October 26, 1835, Elizabeth White, who died before 1906.

CHILD.

3506. i. Erastus A. 8 , b. , 183-.



2829. LINCOLN E. NEWTON 7 (Ezekiel 6 , Edward 5 , Edward 4 , Edward 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Olive L. (Whitcomb) Newton of Lancas-
ter, Mass., Weathersfield, Vt., Hague, N. Y., and Braintree, Mass., was born at
Hague, N. Y., probably August 27, 1809, and died December — , 1857.

He married November 9, 1840, White, who died before 1906.

He married (2) .

CHILDREN.

3567. ti. George L. 8 , b. ; m.

3508. ii. Fanny 8 , b. ; living in 190G : in. Charles H. Thayer. They had two

daughters, who were living in 1900, both married.



364 NEWTON GENEALOGY

2830. HENRY NEWTON 7 (Ezekiel 6 , Edward 5 , Edward*, Edward 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Olive L. (Whitcomb) Newton of Lancaster, Mass.,
Weathersfield, Vt., and Hague, N. Y., was born (probably at Hague) November
24, 1811, and died December 2, 1894.

He married, November 23, 1835, Jane L. Torrey,* who died October 20, 1900.
They had several children, who died very young. The names of the others are
here given.

CHILDREN.

3569. i. Charles H. 8 . b. : d. June IT, 1902.

3570. ii. Mary Eliza 8 , b. Dec. 24, 1840; d. April 26, 1895; m. Jan. 5, 1860, Andrew

Johnson Randall, son of Dean and Abigail B. (Walker) Randall of East
Weymouth. Mass.. where he was born Feb. 11, 1838. He kept a livery
and boarding stable for many years at Nantucket Beach, and died Nov. 15,
1903. They had eight children. He m. (2) 1899, Cordelia Dorety Menard,
b. 184S, daughter of Truxton and Rispah (Dunning) Menard. Children:

3576. 1. Henry Dean* Randall, b. April 3, 1861; d. April 22, 1863.

3577. 2. 4.66ie Jane 9 Randall, b. May 26, 1S63 ; d. Sept. 29, 1863.

3578. 3. Clara Newton" Randall, b. Jan. 4, 1865; d. Aug. 20, 1865.
4. An infant son, b. March 9, 1867 ; d. soon.

3579. 5. Jane Newton" Randall, b. Dec. 19. 1S68 ; m. 1S96, Elmer W. Salisbury.
35S0. 6. Charles Andrew 9 Randall, b. Oct. 10. 1871; m. 1893. Nellie M. Nickerson.

3581. 7. Emily SeoW Randall, b. March 28, 1873.

3582. 8. Ralph Waldo 9 Rundall, b. Oct. 13, 1879; m. 1904, Jessie Jones Pratt.

3571. iii. Herbert A. s , b. , 184- ; living 1910. [I suppose this is the Herbert

A. Newton of North Weymouth, Mass., who was vice president of the
Weymouth Historical Society, Feb. 23, 1887, for the ensuing year. Also
the same "Prof. Herbert A. Newton, LL.D.," who wrote an appendix
devoted to vital statistics for the "Biographical Sketches of the Graduates
of Yale College," etc., by Franklin B. Dexter, 1896. etc., etc.]

3572. iv. Marcus 5 , b. .

3573. v. Georgie 8 , b. .

3574. vi. Emma 8 , b. .

3575. vii. Lizzie 8 , b. ; unm. in 1906.

2835. AMOS STETSON NEWTON 7 (Ezekiel , Edward 5 , Edward 4 , Edward 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Olive L. (Whitcomb) Newton of Lan-
caster, Mass., Weathersfield, Vt., and Hague, N. Y., was born at Braintree, Mass.,
July 31, 1824, and died November 20, 1859.

He married, January 25, 1849, Sabrina Bicknell. She died August 22, 1904,
at .

CHILDREN.

3583. ti. Edward Bartlett 8 , b. June 7, 1850; m. Emily L. Brewster.

3584. ii. Joseph L. s , b. , 1856 ; m. Clara Beals. s. p.

3586. iii. Susan O. 8 , b. ; m. J. A. Deane. Their children are :

3588. 1. Marshall Dean, b. .

3589. 2. Lidie 9 Deane, b. -

3590. 3. Olive 9 Deane, b.



3587. iv. Anna S. 8 .. b. ; unm. 1906.

2836. EDWARD STRONG NEWTON 7 (Ezekiel 6 , Edward 5 , Edward 4 , Ed-
ward 3 , Moses-, Richard 1 ), son of Ezekiel and Olive L. (Whitcomb) Newton of
Lancaster, Mass., Wethersfield, Vt., Hague, N. Y., and Braintree, Mass., was born
at Braintree, June 5, 1827, and died October — , 1894.

He married . She died .

Mr. Newton was a member of the Massachusetts Society of the S. A. R.. No.
4834.

* Jane L. Torrey is a descendant of Philip and Alice Torrey of Combe St. Nicholas, Som-
erset, Eng., whose four sons emigrated to America about 1640, and settled respectively in
Scituate, Koxbiuy, Weymouth and Rehoboth, Mass., and had many descendants. A Torrey
Genealogy, published in 1855 by John Torrey of Scranton, Pa.



BRANCH OF MOSES 365



CHILDREN.



3591. i. Edith 8 , b. ; living in 1906.

3592. ii. Addie 8 , b. ; living in 1906.



2842. LINCOLN NEWTON 7 (Caleb , Ezra 3 , Jonathan 4 , Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Caleb and Esther (Harvey) Newton of Southborough, Mass.,
was born there February 1, 1795, and died there , 1871, aged 76.

He married at Southborough, March 2, 1817, Anna Newton (2807), daughter
of Aaron 6 and Polly (Hill) Newton of Southborough, where she was born March
28, 1802, and where she died August 23, 1835.

He married (2) at North Leverett, Mass., December 1, 1836, Sophia Newton
(2309), youngest child of Paul 5 and Martha 6 (Newton) Newton of Southborough
and North Leverett, Mass. She was born at North Leverett, August 24, 1801,
and died at Eayville (Southborough), May 10, 1888, aged 86. She had one child.
Her mother was daughter of Edward 4 (1591).

Mr. Newton was a farmer. His land, in the northern part of Southborough,
was formerly owned by his father and his grandfather and later was the property
of his son, Adoniram Judson Newton. This farm, together with many others in
the vicinity, was purchased by the Water Board for a reservoir to' supply Boston
with water.

The will of Lincoln Newton of Southborough was probated 1871. Case No.
43,285.

Eight children were born of his first marriage and one of his second — all born
in Southborough. Mr. Newton was fond of music and singing. He had a good
bass voice and played the bass viol — violoncello. All of the family were inclined
to music. His wife Sophia was leading soprano, and all the children sang and
could read music. The daughter Sophia was quite popular and in demand as
a soloist in church music, and at meetings.

I think it not out of place to quote here from a letter written to me by their
niece. It gives a pen-picture of the home life of these old-time, worthy people,
that is good to see. She writes : ''Sometimes when mother would go away, she
would send me over to stay with Aunt Sophia. I can shut my eyes and see their
living-room now — Aunt Sophia — her work done — knitting or sewing, and Uncle
Lincoln sitting in the corner whittling out, I think, ox-handles or else shovel
handles. When he was tired of sitting he would walk the floor and sing some
old fugue tune. One used to be, 'The angel of the Lord came down, and glo-
o-o-ry shown around,' etc. He was an invalid for some years . . . and they
moved to the village .... Aunt Sophia was the leading singer for years in the
old brick meeting-house — they had a large chorus and Uncle Lincoln played the
bass viol. In those days they say Aunt Sophia was a fine looking woman. She
always limped when I knew her. I didn't like Aunt Lovina as well. She wore
a false front and a cap, and didn't laugh as much, but was very good. Aunt
Sophia had a lot of hair, so she did not have to wear a front piece."

These Newtons were all devoted Christians — members of the Baptist denomi-
nation.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE.

3593. i. Julia Ann 8 , b. Sept. 7, 1817; d. at Southborough. April 11, 1908. aged

90 yrs., 5 ruos. She married at (int. in Southborough April 9,

1839). Henry Este. son of Solomon, Jr., and Catherine (Amsden) Bete*
of Southborough. where he was born Nov. 5, 1815. They lived in South-



* Solomon Este, Jr. (Solomon, Sr.), b. 1701; m. (1) 1815, Catherine Amsdex, who d.
1818, aged 23; res. Southborough and had the one child. Henry. He m. (2) 1810, Betsey
Robinson of Stow, and had nine more children. He was the son of Solomon, Sr.. and
Martha (Ward) Este of Southborough. who had there five children. She d. 1817, and he
m. (2) 1817, Nancy Banister, who had two children.



366 NEWTON GENEALOGY

borough, where their two children were born, and he died . She

married (2) (int. in Sonthborongh, Jan. 31, 1846), as his 2d wife, Elijah
Bemis, Jr., son of Elijah and Sally (Wilson) Bemis* of Sonthborongh,
where he was born Feb. 20, 1815. His first wife was Susan Este Newton

(2926). He died . She married (3) Peter Parker Howe (2d

wife), son of Lowell ("Lovewell") and Nabby (Parker) HoweJ of Marl-
borough, where he was born Oct. 20, 1805. He was a cousin of Dr. Peter
Parker, missionary to Canton, China, for whom he was named. "He was
a school-teacher and lived in Fayville (Sonthborough) . He was an
eccentric old bachelor ; his two sisters kept house for him. They once
were our nearest neighbors," writes a cousin of his wife. Mr. Howe was
prominent in town affairs, and a Free Mason. Mrs. Howe was a social
person and enjoyed seeing her friends ; was music loving, and a singer.
She united with the Congregational Church. She outlived her family and
in her last years was boarded by the town. Her two children, born in
Sonthborough, were:

1. Henry Francis" Este, b. Nov. 15, 1840; d. April 13, 1844.

2. Juliette* Este, b. Jan. 1, 1845.

3594. ii. Caleb 8 , "Jr.," b. Feb. 8, 1810; d. , 1850; m. at Sonthborough,

March 18, 1840, Caroline Winchester, daughter of Fitch and Hannah
(Fay) Winchester of Southborough. where she was born Jan. 8, 1822.
They had no children. She married (2) July 4, 1853, Samuel Clark,
born Dec. 15. 1815. She died April 10. 1S.">7, and he married (2) Ellen
F. Robinson, dau. of William Kobinson of Bolton.

3595. iii. Patience", b. March 28, 1821 ; d. num. in 1802.

3596. iv. Harriet 8 , b. Feb. 11, 1S23 ; d. June 30, 1840, aged 2G; typhoid fever.

Never married.

3597. v. Sophia 8 , b. April 21, 1825; d. , 1868; m. about 1855, Timothy Sly.

No children.
359S. vi. Nancy Maria 8 , b. Nov. 8, 1826 ; d. Feb. 26, 1833.

3599. tvii. George Henry 8 , b. Aug. 11. 1828; m. Hannah Sophia Kendall.

3600. viii. Levi Lincoln 8 , b. March 13, 1830 ; d. , 1899 ; unm.

CHILD BY SECOND WIFE.

3601. tix. Adoniram Judson 8 , b. Jan. 27, 1S39 ; m. Caroline A. Arnold.



2844. RUSSELL NEWTON 7 (Caleb 6 , Ezra 5 , Jonathan 4 , Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 )., son of Caleb and Esther (Harvey) Newton of Southborough, Mass.,
was born there October 25, 1798, and died there September 6, 1876.

He married at Southborough, December 6, 1821, Anna Newton (631), daughter
of Stephen and Sally (Fay) Newton of Southborough, where she was born July
10, 1800, and where she died September 6, 1849, aged 49. Typhoid fever.

Mr. Newton lived in Southborough. His children were born there. The three
oldest were baptized in the church at Marlborough, Mass. His will was adminis-
tered upon at Southborough, 1876. Case in Probate Court, No. 43,382.

CHILDREN.

3602. i. Laura Ann 8 , b. April 13, 1823; bapt. Jan. 6, 1827, C. R. 1;



1887; m. at Southborough, April 2, 1845. Alfred II. Jones (aged 20).
Child :

3611. 1. Hani/ Jones, b. , 1850; d. before 1912; m. Emily Cloyse and had:

3612. 1. Mabel 10 Jones, b. ; d. spring of 1912, leaving one child, 16

months old, and twins one month old ; m. Wilbur Horn.

3613. 2. Florence 10 Jones, b. , 185- ; m. Charles Nichols; living 1912.

3603. tii. Loring 8 , b. Feb. 12, 1825: bapt. Jan. 6, 1827. C. R. 1.

3604. tiii. Lyman 8 , b. April 24, 1827. "In Marlborough" : m. Georgianna Brigham.

3605. tiv. Lorenzo Curtis 8 , b. April 28, 1829; m. Martha Brewer.

* Joseph Bemis 1 of Watertown, b. 1610, had a son, John Bemis 2 of Watertown, b. 1659, who
had a son, Samuel Bemis*. b. 1690, settled first at Sudbury, then later at Spencer, and had
a son, Jonas Bemis 4 , h. 1732, who was a soldier in the French and in the Revolutionary
wars, and had in Spencer, Elijah Bemis 5 , b. 1772 ; m. Sally Wilson.

t Teter Parker Howe" (Lovell 8 , Peter-, Jr., Peter'. John 3 , John-. John 1 ).



BRANCH OF MOSES 367

3G0G. v. Ellen Sophia 8 , b. Nov. 25, 1831 ; d. iu 1804. She married, as his third
wife, Morgan Woods, son of Jesse and Julia (Babcoek) Woods* of West-
borough, Mass., where he was born Sept. 23, 1817. His first wife was
Julia Roxana Newton (2928), which see.

3G07. vi. Emerline Summers 8 , b. Sept. 20, 1834; was living in 1014; m. George
Edwin Brewer, son of Charles Nurse and Louisa C. (Gadsby) Brewert of
Southborough, where he was born Oct. 1, 1840. He died there (Fayville)
Nov. 12, 1004. aged 54. P. R. They had :

3014. 1. Annie Maria* Jin iter, d. aged yrs., 4 mos.

3000. vii. Sakaii Louisa 8 , b. Dec. 13, 1838; d. , 1804; unm.

3010. viii. DAMON Westley\ b. Aug. 12, 1841; unm.; resided with his nephew, Willis
Newton 1 ', at Southborough, where he died Dec. 12, 1010, aged 69.



2849. NATHAN NEWTON 7 (Caleb", Ezra 5 , Jonathan*, Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Caleb and Esther (Harvey) Newton, was born in South-
borough, Mass., June 17, 1808.

He married Emily . They had two children born in Southborough,

Mass.

children.
premature birth, December 0, 1843 ; d. Dec. 13, 1843, aged 4 days.



3015. ii. Buena Vista 8 , b. May 31, 184G.



2851. EZRA NEWTON 7 (Caleb 6 , Ezra 5 , Jonathan 4 , Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Caleb and Esther (Harvey) Newton of Southborough, Mass., was
born there October 30, 1811, and died there November 23, 1849, aged 38. Con-
sumption.

He married Mary Townsend. She died at Southborough, November 1, 1849,
aged 38. Typhoid fever.

* John Woods 1 , Sb., immigrant of Sudbury and petitioned for Marlborough and shared in
the first division of land ; selectman 1663-65 ; prominent man of the place. Will dated 1677,
proved 1678 ; m. Mary Parme.nter. who died 1600, aged 80 yrs. He had at least three sons



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