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Farmington, Wis., born February 10, 1833, at Smyrna, N. Y., daughter of Sam-
uel and Statira (Simons) Simmons of . [He was born in New Hamp-
shire.] Mrs. Newton was living in 1909.

William H. Newton went from Barnard, Vt., to Wisconsin in 1843, and for
a time engaged in farming. In 1848 and 1849 he was rafting lumber down the
river to St. Louis, Mo. In 1852 he went to California, via the Isthmus, and
remained there five years in the gold mines. He then (1857) returned to Johns-
town, Wis., bought a farm, on which he had ever since lived. His P. O. address
was Milton, Wis. His children were born in Farmington and Johnstown, Wis.
He and his wife were members of the Free Will Baptist Church.



412 NEWTON GENEALOGY

Mr. Newton's farm of 100 acres he later sold to his son, Carl R, who lives
in the same house.

CHILDREN.

4017. i. Lillian Minerva 8 , b. Jan. 3, 1852, in Farmington, Wis.; m. in Johnstown,

Wis., Sept. 23, 1872, Arnold Elijah Shumway, real estate dealer of Johns-
town, Wis., where they reside, 1009 (P. O. Milton, Wis.). He was born
at Johnstown. Wis., Feb. 12, 1840, son of Elijah and Laura Alice (Lewis)
Shumway of Johnstown, Wis. Two children, born at Johnstown, Wis.,
were :

4021. 1. Mabel Florclle 9 .Shumway, b. April 22, 1874, at Johnstown, Wis.; unm.

(1909) ; resides with her parents at Johnstown, Wis.

4022. 2. Agnes Elouise 9 Shumway, b. Feb. 9, 1877, at Johnstown, Wis.; unm.

(1909) ; resides with her parents at Johnstown, Wis.

4018. tii. Carl Rodolphus 8 , b. Jan. 22, 1859 ; m. Eva Isabel Marquart.

4019. tiii. Earl Burk 8 , b. Sept. 23, 1863 ; m. Gertrude Marquart.

4020. iv. Herbert 8 , b. Feb. 12, 1870 ; d. Sept. 29, 1872.

3294. SOLON DANFORTH NEWTON 7 (Earl«, Timothy 5 , Timothy 4 , Josiah 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Earl and Myra (Dean) Newton of Barnard, Vt., was
born there April 8, 1832; was living in 1912.

He married at Barnard, Vt., October 30, 1856, Mary Emeline Davis, only
daughter and oldest child of Oramel and Emeline (Paige) Davis* of Barnard,
Vt., where she was born October Y, 1832, and was living in 1912.

Mr. Newton, the youngest child of his parents, has always lived on the old
Newton homestead, which has never been out of the family since it was bought
by Timothy Newton 5 , Jr., in 1777, and all the while inhabited by some member
of the family. Four children were born to him here in Barnard.

Mr. Solon D. Newton is a farmer. Also engaged in making brick, and exten-
sively engaged in buying and selling potatoes, bark and lumber.

CHILDREN.

4023. i. Ld. 8 , b. May 25, 1858 ; d. July 14, 1863.

4024. tii. William Monroe s , b. July 30, 1864 ; m. Marion Elizabeth Wilcox.

4025. iii. Ada May 8 , b. Aug. 8, 1868 ; resides with her family at Royalton, Vt. ; was

graduated from the Randolph State Normal School in January, 1889 ; m.
at Royalton, Vt., Feb. 1, 1893, John L. Spaulding, Jr., of Royalton, Vt.,
son of John, Sr. She is a member of the Methodist Church. He is a
farmer. They have one child :
4030. 1. Harold Manning 9 Spaulding, b. Aug. 14, 1894, at Royalton, Vt.

4026. iv. Jennie Gertrude 8 , b. July 5, 1871 ; resides with her family at the old New-

ton homestead with her father ; m. at White River Junction, Vt., Aug. 15,
1896, Fred L. Spaulding, a brother of her sister's husband. Their children,
born in Barnard, Vt., were :

4027. 1. Ila Sarah 9 Spaulding, b. April 22, 1897.

4028. 2. Earl King 9 Spaulding, b. Jan, 4, 1901.

4029. 3. Abbie Mary 9 Spaulding, b. Jan. 18, 1906.

3326. CLARK C. NEWTON 7 (Ira 6 , Timothy 5 , Timothy*, Josiah 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Ira and Mary Ann (Loomis) Newton of Alexander, N. Y.,
was born there May 12, 1835.

•John Davis 1 , his son, Moses Davis 2 ; his son, Moses Davis 3 ; his son, Moses Davis*,
was in Barnard, Vt., in 1778 ; m. Sarah Low. She d. Nov. 9, 1806. They had a son :

Moses Davis 5 , Jr., who was in Barnard in 1780 ; m. (1) Lydia Barrows ; m. (2) Rosanna
Bowman. He had

Stephen Davis 8 (oldest child), b. June 9, 1789; d. 1835; m. Dec. 22, 1809, Polly Rich-
mond, dau. of Nathaniel and Abigail (Woods) Richmond; m. in Barnard and lived there. He
had a son :

Oramel Davis 7 , b. Apr. 13, 1810, in Barnard; d. there Dec. 1, 1874; m. there Emeline
Paige, dau. of George, Jr., and Mary (Walker) Paige of Barnard, Vt. She born Nov. 26, 1815 ;
d. Sept. 27, 1880, in Barnard. They had a dau :

Mary Emeline Davis 8 , b. Oct. 7, 1832 ; living 1908 ; m. Oct. 30, 1856, Solon D. Newton 7 .

Rev. William M. Newton 8 gives me this Davis line. I do not know his authority.



BRANCH OF MOSES 413

He married December 29, 1856, Sarah E. Lincoln of Stafford, N. Y. She died
in New York City, October 14, 1902, while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hume.

Clark C. Newton was a farmer residing in Alexander, N. Y., where his two
children were born.

CHILDREN.

4031. i. Ella M. 8 , b. Aug. 28, 1870; m. prob. in Alexander, N. Y., Nov. 12, 1896, John

H. Hume of Stafford, N. Y. They resided for a time in New York City ;
present residence not known to the writer. Their two children were :

4033. 1. Sarah E. 9 Hume, b. Oct. 26, 1898.

4034. 2. John H." Hume, Jr., b. Sept. 23, 1900.

4032. ii. Charles I. 8 , b. April 11, 1877; was living in 1908 at Alexander, N. Y. He

married April 17, 1902, Nettie E. Parish of Attica, N. Y.

3339. ERASTUS R. NEWTON 7 (Barnabas 6 , Timothy 5 , Timothy 4 , Josiah :! ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Barnabas and Clarissa (French) Newton of Barnard,
Vt., and Battle Creek, Mich., was born January 12, 1835.

He married, January 1, 1861, Jennie E. Hale of Battle Creek, Mich.

Mr. Newton is a farmer.

CHILDREN.

4035. i. Ida E. 8 , b. Feb. 1, 1862 ; d. April 2, 1862.

4036. tii. Fred L. 8 , b. Aug. 18, 1871 ; m. Vinnie H. Reams.

3341. CARLTON W. NEWTON 7 (Barnabas 6 , Timothy 5 , Timothy*, Josiah 5 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Barnabas and Clarissa (French) Newton of Barnard,
Vt., and Battle Creek, Mich., was born January 8, 1848.

He married at Battle Creek, Mich., September 20, 1875, Myria Servern of that
place.

Mr. Newton and family reside (1908) at Fargo, North Dakota.

CHILDREN.

4037. i. Mabel C. 8 , b. June 2, 1878; m. in Bedford, Mich., April 7, 1897, Clellan B.

VanAuken ; resides at Assyria, Barry County, Mich. (1908).

4039. 1. Clella May" VanAuken, b. Jan. 11, 1899.

4040. 2. Rhea Helen" VanAuken, b. Sept. 19, 1901.

4041. 3. Carl Seymour 9 VanAuken, b. Aug. 31, 1903.
4041a. 4. Mildred Marie VanAuken, b. Dec. 5, 1905.

4038. ii. Seymour E. 8 , b. Nov. 27, 1884.

3344. SAMUEL STEWARD NEWTON 7 (Anson 6 , Gideon 5 , Timothy 4 ,
Josiah 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Anson and Sarah Elizabeth (Steward) New-
ton of Barnard, Vt., and Cherry Creek, N. Y., was born at Barnard, Vt., June
12, 1818, and died [probably at Cherry Creek, N. Y] August 31, 1869, aged 51.

He married, probably at Arkwright, N. Y., December 27, 1859, Cynthia A.

Weaver, daughter of Caleb and Matilda ( ) Weaver of Arkwright, N. Y.

She married (2), November 30, 1870, Jasper Newton, her late husband's brother.
Mr. Samuel S. Newton was a carpenter.

CHILDREN.

4042. i. Effie 8 , b. March 28, 1862 ; m. Nov. 13, 1884. Rev. J. William Smith, a local

preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church, and resided at Cherry Creek,
N. Y. Their children were :

4044. 1. Xewton? Smith, b. March 9, 1886.

4045. 2. Harry 9 Smith, b. Oct. 13, 1887;- d. Oct. 16, 1888.

4046. 3. Jessie E 9 Smith, b. Sept. 24, 1890.

4047. 4. Genevieve 9 Smith, b. Feb. 28, 1893.

4043. ii. Sarah 8 , b. Jan. 24, 1869; m. Jan. 18, 1888, Herbert L. Weaver, and had a

son :
1. Ralph Blaine" Weaver, b. March 19, 1893.



414 NEWTON GENEALOGY

3347. JASPER NEWTON 7 (Anson G , Gideon 5 , Timothy 4 , Josiah 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Anson and Sarah Elizabeth (Steward) Newton of Barnard,
Vt., and Cherry Creek, N. Y., was born at Barnard, September 19, 1826.

He married, probably at Cherry Creek, N. Y., November 30, 1870, Mrs. Cyn-
thia A. (Weaver) Newton, widow of his brother, Samuel Steward Newton, and
daughter of Caleb and Matilda ( ) Weaver of Arkwright, N. Y.

Jasper Newton came to Cherry Creek, N. Y., when he was quite young, where
he lived on a farm. In 1837 his father removed with the rest of his family to
the town and lived on the farm with Jasper — owned the farm, I suppose. Jasper
and wife Cynthia A. had two children.

CHILDREN.

4048. i. Anson 8 , b. April 17, 1872.

4049. ii. Jessie W. 8 , b. March 6, 1874 ; m. March 6, 1895, Homer Weaver.



3350. GEORGE GIDEON 7 (Anson G , Gideon 5 , Timothy*, Josiah 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Anson and Sarah Elizabeth (Steward) Newton of Barnard,
Vt., and Cherry Creek, N. Y., was born at Barnard, September 10, 1835, and died
July 7, 1862.

He married, December 29, 1859, Samantha Goddard of Big Rock, Iowa.



4050. i. Helen 8 , b. Feb. 13, 1861; m. William Walsh of Chillicothe, Mo., and had
one child.

3379. GEORGE GIDEON 7 (Silas 6 , Gideon 5 , Timothy 4 , Josiah 3 , Moses 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Silas and Emily (Steward) Newton of Barnard, Vt., was born
there. October 20, 1842.

He married, April 24, .1877, Abbie Howe of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Mr. Newton is a wholesale provision merchant in Cincinnati, Ohio.

CHILDREN.



4051.


Trevor 8 , b


4052.


i. Elsie 3 , b. -


4053.


ii. Abbie 8 , b.



3380. ALBERT SILAS NEWTON 7 (Silas , Gideon 5 , Timothy 4 , Josiah 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Silas and Emily (Steward) Newton of Barnard, Vt.,
was born there , 1845.

He married at Woodstock, Vt., November — , 1870, Abbie Wright (1971),
daughter of Thomas Martin and Abigail (Townsend) Wright, born [January 1,
1849], died July 1, 1889, aged 40 years, 7 months, 1 day. She was great-great-
granddaughter of Timothy Newton (1565). She had one child.

He married (2), 1894, Mrs. Lois (Sharp-Brown) Mason of Stratford, Vt., who
died in 1907.

Albert S. Newton lives on the homestead of his father and grandfather, on the
Locus Creek in Barnard, Vt., and is a farmer.

CHILD.

4054. i. George 8 , b. Feb. 8, 1878.

3390. DR. GEORGE JOHNSON NEWTON 7 (Rufus W. 6 , Silas 5 , Timothy 4 ,
Josiah 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rufus Washburn and Maria (Johnson) New-
ton of Worcester, was born there July 21, 1826, and died at Gloversville, N. Y.,
May 5, 1875, aged 49.



BRANCH OF MOSES 415

He married in Hardwick, Mass., Feb. 8, 1855, Nancy B. Thomas, daughter of
Beals and Nancy (Bigelow) Thomas* of Hardwick, where she was born Decem-
ber 15, 1825. She died at Gloversville, N. Y., June 3 or 4, 1858.

He married (2) at Gloversville, N. Y., March 27, 1861, Emma Sophia Gillett
of that place, daughter of Chester Gillett of Kingsborough, Mass., where she was
born March 14, 1842. They had one son by this marriage. She married (2) in
Gloversville, N. Y, October 3, 1877, Prof. John A. Paine.t

"Dr. George J. Newton was a homoeopathic physician of sterling integrity;
and a wise, generous, and useful citizen of Gloversville, N. Y., for many years.
His memory will be cherished by a wide circle of affectionate and devoted
friends."

CHILD.

4055. i. George Johnson 8 , Jr., b. Feb. 28, 18GG, at Gloversville, N. Y. He was twice
married. No children.



3425. ALBERT SMITH NEWTON 7 (Barnabas 6 , Barnabas 5 , Barnabas 4 ,
Josiah 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Barnabas and Betsey (Stevens) Newton
of Grafton, Mass., was born there October 27, 1841, and died at Springfield,
Mass., September 29, 1902.

He married Mary L. Cooledge.

CHILDREN.

4056. i. Jessie Bessie 8 , b. in Vermont ; unm. ; resides at Springfield, Mass.

4057. ii. Mary Helen 8 , b. in Vermont ; unm. ; resides at Springfield, Mass.

3427. HENRY EUGENE NEWTON 7 (Barnabas 6 , Barnabas 5 , Barnabas 4 ,
Josiah 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Barnabas and Betsey (Stevens) Newton of
Grafton, Mass., was born there October 3, 1850.

He married Eliza J. Shurtleff, daughter of Thomas.

Mr. Newton resides at Worcester, Mass. (Jan. 1912).

CHILDREN.

4058. i. Charles 8 , b. at Grafton, Mass. ; d. at Worcester.

4059. ii. Harry 8 , b. at Grafton, Mass. ; m. ; resides at Worcester.

3431. "CHARLES L. NEWTON 7 of South Boston" [I suppose has the fol-
lowing pedigree = Maj. Larkin 6 , Jeremiah 5 , Solomon 4 , Ebenezer 3 , Moses 2 , Rich-
ard 1 , and that he is the Charles Lee 7 , born at Southborough, February 15, 1814,

* William Thomas had a house in Hardwick as early as 1732. He was a man of energy
and influence ; a member of the first board of selectmen, 1739 ; d. 1747, aged about 60, leav-
ing quite a large estate. His wf. Patience d. 1746. Ten children. The eldest was

Amos Thomas, b. ■ — ; d. 1754 ; res. Hardwick ; wf. Abigail ; ten children. One was

Abigail, b. 1741; m. 1767, Major Samuel Beals. and one was Amos Thomas, Jk.. 1«. 174(i.

Amos Thomas, Jr., b. 1746 ; rem. soon after 1774 to New Salem, where most of his chil-
dren were born. He d. 1831 ; m. 1770, Eunice Bangs, who died 1830, aged 78. Fifteen chil-
dren. One was

Beals Thomas, b. 1781 ; d. 1854 ; was adopted by his aunt and uncle, Maj. and Mrs.
Samuel Beals, and lived on the Beals homestead ; farmer ; m. 1815, Nancy Bigelow of No.
Brookfield, who d. 1821 ; m. (2) 1824, Dolly Washburn Egery, dau. Capt. Thomas Egery.
She d. 1836 ; m. 1837, Sally W. Gorham, who d. at Worcester, 1857. Children : Infant, d.
1816 ; Jason B., 1817 ; Nancy B., 1825 ; m. 1855, Dr. George J. Newton ; Clarissa E., b. 1828 ;
m. 1852, Addison A. Hunt ; Edwin E., 1831 ; d. 1868 ; Sarah J., 1840 ; d. 1878 ; m. Frank-
lin Wait. [See Silas Newton 5 (Timothy 4 )].

± Professor John Alsop Paine, son of John Alsop Paine, M.D. [son of Ezra, and Elizabeth
(Weeks) Paine], and wf. Amanda (Kellogg) Paine, was born at Newark, N. J., Jan. 14, 1840.
He is a clergyman, and has been professor in Roberts College, and in Lake Forest College, 111.
He has visited Palestine twice, the last time as Archaeologist of the Palestine Exploration
Society. Was living in 1880 in Tarrytown, N. Y. Later was on the editorial staff of the
Independent. No children. — From Kellogg Gen.



416 NEWTON GENEALOGY

son of Maj. Larkin and Sally (Brigharn) Newton of Southborough (or bom
Dec. 10, 1815, as given in another place). Someone will know if this is wrong.]
He married in Waltham, Mass., May 5, 1839, Laura May.

CHILDREN.

4060. i. Charles R. 8 , b. April 8, 1842 ; d. Jan. 27, 1843.

4061. ii. Helen M. s , b. Nov. 25, 1844 ; d. May 21, 1872.

4062. iii. Ella R. 8 , b. March 17. 1848 ; d. Aug. 10, 1849.

4063. iv. Charles L. 8 , b. Sept. 9, 1850 ; d. Dec. 4, 1856.

3444. HARTWELL NEWTON 7 (Lyman 6 , Jeremiah 5 , Solomon 4 , Ebenezer 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Lyman and Mary (Stuart) Newton of Southborough,
Sturbridge and Charlton, Mass., was born at Southborough, October 11, 1820,
and died at Charlton City, Mass., December 17, 1871, aged 51. Burial at Charl-
ton.

He married (1) at Marlborough, Mass., March 9, 1846, Mary Bhodes Dunton,
daughter of Captain Thomas and Catherine (Gates) Dunton* of Marlborough,
Mass., where she was born October 16, 1823, and where she died August 3, 1851,
aged 28 years. G. S. Burial at Marlborough.

He married (2) at Fall River, Mass., May 11, 1854, Henrietta L. Bonney,
daughter of Louis and Henrietta (Lewin) Bonney of — — ■ — . She was born
at Middleborough, Mass., February 13, 1830. In 1906 she was living with her
two daughters, residing at 41 Vine Street, Lawrence, Mass.

At the date of his first marriage, Mr. Newton was "of Holliston," Mass.;
intention of marriage there. His occupation at different times was in the trades
of bonnet manufacturer and bootmaker, and he resided at different times in Hol-
liston, Fall River, Southborough, and Charlton, Mass. He enlisted at Holliston,
July 1, 1861, as a soldier in the Civil War, in the 16th Massachusetts regiment.
Company B., and was discharged for disability in 1863. After leaving the army
his health did not permit of any steady employment.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE.

4064. i. Mary C. 8 , b. May — , 1848; d. Aug. 1, 1848, aged 11 weeks, G. S. 4; burial

at Marlborough, Mass.
4005. ii. Ida May 8 , b. May — , 1850, at Fall River, Mass. ; d. iu Southborough, Mass.,
Nov. — , 1800 ; burial at Marlborough.

children by second wife.

4066. iii. Etta Stuart 8 , b. at Fall River, Mass., July 23, 1859 ; resides with her

mother at No. 41 Vine St., Lawrence, Mass. ; has been employed as a
teacher of sewing in the public schools for the past twenty years (1906) ;
unm.

4067. iv. Harriet Almy 8 , b. in Hopkinton. Mass.. March 17, 1861. For the past

twenty years (previous to 1906) has worked at millinery for one of the
largest thins in Lawrence, Mass. She resides with her mother and sister ;
unm.

3445. JEREMIAH LEE NEWTON 7 (Lyman 6 , Jeremiah 5 , Solomon*, Eben-
ezer 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Lyman and Mary (Stuart) Newton of South -

* Catt Thomas Dunton (not traced) and Catherine Gates were married at Marlborough,
Mass., Dec. 3, 1815 ; their children, born there, were : Silas Gates, 1816 ; Catherine Williams,
1819 ; Mary Rhodes, 1822 ; d. 1822 ; Mary Rhodes, 1823 ; m. Hartwell Newton ; Thomas
Freeman, 1829 ; George Boardman, 1831 ; Abraham Dana, 1834 ; d. 1835.

Catherine Gates 8 (dau. of Silas 5 ), b. Jan. 18, 1793. She had one brother, Abraham"
Gates, b. March 1, 1775. Their parents were :

Silas Gates 5 , Jr., and Catherine (Williams). He and his son each gave $1,000 to the
Academy at Marlborough. He was son of Silas 4 and Elizabeth (Bragg), son of Simon 3 and
Sarah (Woods), son of Simon 2 of Cambridge, Lancaster and elsewhere; son of Stephen
Gates 1 of Hingham, 1638.



BRANCH OF MOSES 417

borough, Sturbridge and Charlton, Mass., was born at Southborough, June 12,
1828, and died at Marlborough, Mass., October 12, 1893, aged 65 years, 4 months.
Re-burial in Rocklawn Cemetery, October 14, 1906, the body being removed from
the Southborough Cemetery.

He married, February 17, 1856, Harriet Allen Hart, daughter of Allen and
Innocent Crandall (Albert) Hart* of Little Compton, R. I. ; born at Little
Compton, R. I., December 28, 1835; in 1906 was, with her daughter, residing
at 21 Bicknell Street, Marlborough, Mass.

Mr. Newton resided successively in Southborough, Fall River, Charlton, and
last Marlborough, Mass., where he died at No. 7 Spring Hill Avenue.

He was a soldier in the Civil War, serving in the Signal Corps; stationed
about Washington, D. C.

CHILDREN.

4008. ti. Bradford Allen 8 , b. Sept. 3, 1857, at Tiverton, R. I. ; m. Ellen H. Adams.

4069. ii. Ruth Lee 8 , b. May 5, 1868, at Southborough ; m. Oct. 17, 1889, Stillinan R.

Stevens. No children. In 1906 they were living at No. 21 Bicknell St.,
Marlborough, Mass.

4070. iii. Ida Louise 8 , b. Nov. 9, 1870, at Tiverton, R. I. ; m. April 30, 1901, Fred-

erick W. A. Lippard. No children. They reside at Pittsfield, Mass.

4071. iv. Harry Hart 8 , b. July 16, 1874, at Charlton City, Mass. ; d. at No. 7 Spring

Hill Ave., Marlborough, Mass., Feb. 7, 1902, aged 27 yrs., 6 mos., 22 dys. ;
burial at Rocklawn Cemetery, Marlborough.



EIGHTH GENERATION AND CHILDREN

3485. SAMUEL HEATH NEWTON 8 (Isaac 7 , Ithamar 6 , Timothy 5 , Elisha 4 ,
Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Dr. Isaac and Lydia Elizabeth (Wiswell) New-
ton of Hubbardston, Fitchburg, Lunenburg, Sterling, Holden and Worcester,
successively, was born at Fitchburg, Mass., December 9, 1848.

He married at Worcester, Mass., December 26, 1871, Susan Emily Bundy,
daughter of Prosper and Lucretia (Vinton) Bundy of North Woodstock, Conn.,
where she was born August 24, 1845. [See note to Dr. Isaac Newton. 7 ]

Mr. and Mrs. Newton reside at 24 Marcy Street, Southbridge, Mass. He is
a man of intelligence and executive ability. Since 1899 he has been employed
as foreman of the "Central Mills," a cotton manufactory at Southbridge.

He had no children of his own, but adopted a daughter of William Hall, whose
wife had died and whose family of several children was broken up. He had
her name changed from Lilla Hall, as below.

child (adopted).

4072. i. Edith Lilla, b. Aug. 28, 1878 (dau. of William and Nancy (Powers) Hall
of Southbridge). She married at Southbridge, by Rev. Arthur W. L.
Nelson, Jan. 20, 1909, Lewis Edwin Torrey. They reside at Worcester,
Mass. (1911).



3521. LYMAN CODMAN NEWTON 8 (William B. 7 , Calvin", Solomon 5 ,
Elisha 4 , Moses", Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of William Bucklin and Anna Angier
(Baker) Newton of Shrewsbury, Mass., was bom there July 22, 1842, and was
living there in 1907.

* Allen Hart, b. May 30, 1809 ; d. Fen. 25, 1889. Innocent Crandall Albert, b. May 10,
1814 ; d. Aug. 11, 1855.



418 NEWTON GENEALOGY

He married at Newburyport, Mass., July 22, 1867, Emma Elizabeth Liver-
more, daughter of Oliver W. Livermore. She was born at Framingham [no
record there] February 28, 1847, and died February 21, 1875.

He married (2) Anna Pratt, who was living in Shrewsbury in 1907.

CHILDREN BY SECOND WIFE.

4073. i. EUGENE C.°, b. ; employed in dry goods store at Shrewsbury.

4074. ii. Elliot W. 9 , b. ; res. Shrewsbury.



3524. GEORGE EMERSON NEWTON 8 (George A. 7 , Calvin 6 , Solomon 5 ,
Elisha 4 , Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George Albert and Sarah Jane
(Mahan) Newton of Shrewsbury and Worcester, Mass., was born at Boylston,
Mass., September 27, 1857, and died January 21, 1881, aged 23.

He married, September 27, 1877, Emma J. Cole; adopted daughter of Samuel
J. Cole.

CHILD.

4075. ti. Albert Emerson 9 , b. May 14, 1878; m. Alice Maud Muzzy.



3549. CHARLES NEWTON 8 (Willard 7 , Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr., Moses 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Willard and Lucinda (Forristall) Newton of Fitzwil-

liam, N. IL, was born there , 1834 ; baptized there April 1, 1834, and died

there , 1893.

He married at Fitzwilliam, N. H., December 14, 1867, Martha Alicia Chaplin,
daughter of Milton and Caroline (Allen) Chaplin of Fitzwilliam, N. H., where
she was bom October 1, 1842. She is descended from Hugh Chaplin and wife
Elizabeth, who settled in Rowley, Mass., before 1642 and died there 1666, her line
being through his descendant Ebenezer of Ringe, N. H., Micah, b. 1744; Moses,
b. 1777; Milton, b. 1805.

Charles Newton and his brother Willard A. Newton were soldiers in the Civil
War. Charles served in Company F, 16th Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers,
for nine months, with bounties of $100 each, mustered out October 23, 1862.

CHILDREN.

i. , unnamed child, b. Jan. 10, and d. Jan. 28, 1873.

4070. ii. Fred Allen (adopted), b. Jan. 12, 1873.



3551. BARRETT W. NEWTON 8 (Willard 7 , Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr.,
Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Willard and Sophronia (Whittemore) Newton
of Fitzwilliam, N. H., was bom in Fitzwilliam, N. H., September 29, 1838, and
died .

He married in Fitzwilliam, N. IL, September 12, 1859, Mandana L. Harkness,
daughter of Elisha and Sarah Ann (Burgess) Harkness of Richmond, N. H.
She was born at Fitzwilliam, N. H., December 5, 1844.

They lived for awhile in Fitzwilliam, N. H., and some time, after 1862, moved
to the West and were in Iowa. Later, removed to Nebraska, and were last in
Arborville, Nebr.

CHILDREN.

Alice E. 9 , b. in Fitzwilliam, March 25, 18G1 ; d. Sept. 9, 1863.

Charles Eugene 9 , b. Sept. 7, 18G2, in Fitzwilliam.

Fred E. 9 , b. Jan. 18, 1868, in Iowa.

Edmund B.°, b. Nov. 4, 1871, in Iowa.

WlLLABD A. 9 , b. Aug 10. 1873, in Nebraska.

Ernest H. 9 , b. Nov. — , 1879, in Nebraska.



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3553. WILLARD A. NEWTON 8 (Willard 7 , Aaron 6 , Jabez 5 , Ezekiel 4 , Jr.,
Moses 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Willard and Sophronia (Whittemore) New-
ton of Fitzwilliam, N. H, was born there February 8, 1842.

He married at Fitzwilliam, N. H., June 11, 1868, Nellie Olive Maxwell, daugh-
ter of Clement and Caroline (Stover) Maxwell of Ogunquit, Maine, where she
was born October 24, 1843.

Mr. Newton was a soldier of the Civil War. He served two enlistments. "Of
the First New Hampshire regiment it may be stated that, Willard A. Newton
has the honor to be the first man who enlisted as a volunteer from Fitzwilliam."
These men of the 1st regiment were three months men, and received bounties
from the town varying in amounts. Willard A. Newton received $25. He was
mustered in May 3, 1861; mustered out August 9, 1861. He enlisted again for
nine months in the 16th New Hampshire regiment, Co. F, together with his
brother Charles Newton. The men of this Company all received bounties
of $100 each. They were mustered in October 23, 1862 ; mustered out August
20, 1863.

CHILD.

4083. i. George Austin (adopted), b. Aug. 6, 1876.



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