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erty, of skirmishes and hard fighting, the results of which were far-reaching
and decisive and have become historic. Mr. Newton sums up his account of
this raid in the words : "We overtook them before noon, however, and then it
was charge after charge, day after day — which, I want you to understand is
no easy work." They went by the way of Jasper, Iron Ridge, where they
destroyed iron factories ; Centerville, Edgefield, Selma, Montgomery, West Point,
to Macon, Ga., where they arrived April 20, 1865. The enemy in front of them



426 NEWTON GENEALOGY

was the rebel Gen. Forrest, and Gen. Jackson's cavalry. The cities were all manu-
facturing centers, and they left them in ruins. The last active duty of the
First Wisconsin Cavalry was its association with the capture of Jefferson Davis
at Irwinville, May 10, 1865, after which they returned to their camp at Macon,
Ga., and on May 13, marched northward, arriving at Edgarville, Tenn. (opposite
Nashville), where they were mustered out of service, July 19, 1865, and shortly
afterward paid and disbanded.

The exposure and coarse food brought on a diarrhea of which Mr. Newton
writes first when at Eastport, where the fare was "corn — ground up cobs and
all," he says. On the march the soldiers lived off the country and recovered
from the effects of camp-fare. At Macon he was sent to the hospital for six
days. In the march northward he had a serious time of it, and was in the hos-
pital at Chattanooga five days ; then was sent by rail to Louisville, Ky., where he
was put on a hospital boat and taken to Keokuk, Iowa, from there by rail to
Davenport, Iowa, thence by steamer to Prairie du Chien, Wis., to the General
Hospital, where he was July 2, 1865, and his friends found him and took him
home. At this date he weighed ninety-four pounds and was able to sit up part
of the day. His discharge from the service is dated "July 29, 1865, by reason
of orders from War Department dated April 29, 1865." He gained rapidly at
the home of his sister, in Eau Claire, and returned to his home at DePere.
He never wholly recovered from the diarrhea, which became chronic, but was
in a fair state of health for several years, after which an organic heart trouble
was the immediate cause of his death. Eeceived a United States pension.

Mr. Newton returned to his father's house and farm, where he continued the
work he had laid down. After his marriage he bought a house and lot in the
city, where he lived the remainder of his life — at first engaged in blacksmithing,
later and for the last sixteen years of his life in the employ of "Jackson &
Sons Co.," a department store.

Mr. Newton in person was much like his brother James; about six feet
two inches in height, spare in flesh, fair complexion and brown eyes, very light
hair and black whiskers. He was a man of frank, generous, kind, obliging nature.
His prudence and reserve would not admit him to contend, no matter what the
cause or affront might be. Thoughtful and intelligent, he was always interest-
ing in conversation, and his fidelity to a trust was perfect. He was a charter
member of the Harrison Post, G. A. K. of DePere, six membp-« of which acted
as pallbearers at his funeral.

His children were all born at DePere, Wis.

CHILDREN.

Mabel 9 , b. March 10, 1877 ; m. Dec. 13, 1S98, Max Merrick.

Selden Richard 9 , b. June 24, 1878; res. Milwaukee, Wis.; millwright,
employed by the Wilwaukee Western Fuel Company; m. Jan. 6, 1904, at
Columbus, Wis., home of the bride's parents, Anna Schultz.

Nellie 9 , b. Nov. 12, 1879 ; m. 1899, Walter J. Field.

Florence 9 , b. Aug. 13, 1881 ; m. 1901, Frank L. Smith.

Minnie 9 (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1883; m. 1904, Edward Steinfelt.

Myra 9 (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1883; m. 1903, Edgar Laundry.

Bessie 9 , b. April 21, 1888 ; d. April 26, 1888.



3689. CHAELES BAXTER NEWTON 8 (Walter 7 , Edward 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 ,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Walter, 2d, and Lucinda (Smith) Newton
of North Hadley, Mass., was born there August 29, 1843.

He married at Hadley, Mass., by Rev. Rowland Ayres (Congregationalist),
November 4, 1869, Maria L. Clark, daughter of Isaac S. and Elizabeth (Berry)
Clark. She was born November 22, 1843, and was living in 1905.



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Mr. Newton was nearly six years old when his father died; for five years
thereafter he lived with Mr. William Newton (his cousin) of North Hadley.
where he attended the public schools. Later he went a few terms to school in
Williamsburg, and two terms at Hartford, Conn.

In 1861, being then eighteen years of age, he enlisted to be a soldier in the
Civil War, at Orfort, N. H., in Company C, 5th New Hampshire Volunteer
Infantry, and went into camp at Concord, N. H. From there he was sent to
Washington, D. C, where he received arms and went into camp on Arlington
Heights, Va., near what is called Clouds Mills. He was there for some time
and was out in a few skirmishes. The regiment's first battle was at Fair Oaks,
May 31, 1862 ; but Mr. Newton was not engaged in it, having been sent some
six weeks previous to the general hospital, where he was confined four months
with inflammation of the bowels. He was then pronounced unfit for further
service and sent home.

When he enlisted he weighed 165 pounds; recovering enough strength after
the illness to return home, he weighed, with army overcoat on, 80 pounds.
Regaining his health at home, he was not satisfied to remain there while soldiers
could help his country. He returned to the army for nine months — reenlisting
in 1863, in Company I, 52d Massachusetts Volunteers and was sent to New
Orleans, thence to Baton Rouge, and was all through that campaign and at the
surrender of Port Hudson ; the 52d Massachusett regiment being the first to
go up the Mississippi river when thus opened. He was mustered out of service
August 14, 1864, at Greenfield, Mass. The effects of the hardships and expo-
sures endured as a soldier will remain with him through life.

Of his life and work Mr. Newton writes: "It is, and has been, full of fail-
ures. My aim is to do good, but fear I have accomplished little, by letting so
many opportunities pass unheeded." He was one of the first to join the "Young
People's Society of Christian Endeavor" and was appointed its State Superin-
tendent by the General Conference. Also held the office of President of the
Hampshire County Union, being Secretary of the local society.

By occupation, Mr. Newton is a carpenter. From 1876 to 1879 was living in
Portland, Maine, but has lived the greater part of his life in Hampshire County,
Mass. In 1905 was living in Northampton, Mass.

CHILDREN.

4114. i. Lewis Walter 9 , b. July 29, 1870, at North Amherst; d. Oct. 8, 1879, at

Portland, Maine.

4115. ii. Willie Ernest 3 , b. Feb. 14, 1876, at Portland, Maine; d. there Feb. 22, 1S70.



3694. EDWIN BAXTER NEWTON 8 (Baxter 7 , Stephen 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan*,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rev. Baxter and Susan M. (Boutwell)
Newton of Cazenovia, N. Y., North Leverett and Montague, Mass., was born at
Montague, April 8, 1845.

He married at Chicago, 111., June 4, 1873, Anna G. Perkins, daughter of
A. H. and Sarah G. (Freeman) Perkins. She was born at Marango, Ohio,
September 30, 1846.

Mr. Newton's education was acquired in the public schools and a short course
in the Cazenovia Seminary. He lived in Michigan quite a number of years,
where he was engaged in the business of wholesale lumber merchant at Grand
Rapids. Considerable of this trade was in Massachusetts and other parts of the
East, some years his sales amounting to $300,000.

He and his wife were members of the Congregational Church at Grand Rapids,
Mich. He is a Republican in politics.



428 NEWTON GENEALOGY

He removed with his family to Kansas. In 1906 he and his wife were living
on a ranch; all of their children were married, and his address was: "Newton's
Ranch," Jean P. O., Haskell Co., Kansas. Of his children, one son and one
daughter lived in Grand Rapids, Mich., at that date.

CHILDREN.

4116. i. Mabel Gertrude 9 , b. July 6, 1874 ; d. Aug. 23, 1874.

4117. ii. DeWitt Perkins 9 , b. Aug. 25, 1875; m. .

4118. iii. Leroy Edwin 9 , b. June 1, 1877 ; d. Nov. 16, 1879.

4119. iv. Hubbard Perkins 9 , b. Sept. 25, 1881.

4120. v. Geniveve 9 , b. Oct. 1, 1883 ; was living in 1900 at Grand Rapids, Mich.

3695. WILLIE STEPHEN NEWTON 8 (Baxter 7 , Stephen 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 ,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rev. Baxter and Susan M. (Boutwell)
Newton of Cazenovia, N. Y., and North Leverett, Mass., was born at Leverett,
Mass. (twin), May 27, 1850.

He married at Chicago, 111., January , 1874, Mary Conner.

Mr. Newton is a farmer in Correctionville, Woodbury County, Iowa, where
he has resided many years, and where he was living in 1906. He was educated
in the public and high schools; and is in politics a Democrat.

children.

4121. i. William Francis 9 , b. Oct. 29, 1874.

4122. ii. Louisa Nellie 9 , b. Dec. 9, 1877.

4123. iii. Carrie Lillian 9 , b. Sept. 6, 1879.

4124. iv. Edward Baxter 9 , b. June 22, 1882.

4125. v. Katie 9 , b. Feb. 22, 1885.



3697. CLARENCE EDSON NEWTON 8 (Baxter 7 , Stephen 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan*,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Rev. Baxter and Mary Louise (Curtis)
Newton of Cazenovia, N. Y., Leverett and Montague, Mass., was born at Caze-
novia, N. Y., August 1, 1859.

He married at Montague, Mass., November 3, 1881, Addie A. Mathews, daugh-
ter of James M. and Adaline (Spaulding) Mathews of Montague. She was born
October 22, 1861.

Mr. Newton was educated in the public schools and at "Powers Institute" at
Bernardston, Mass. He is a farmer in the western part of Montague — the farm
formerly owned by his father into which he has come by his father's will. He is
a Republican in politics.

Mr. Newton's children were born on the farm at Montague. They all took
the full course in the high school.

children.

4120. i. Leslie Clarence 9 , b. Oct. 18, 1882 ; m. March 25, 1905, at Amherst, the Rev.
Mr. Sherwin officiating, a daughter of Charles Wood. In 1906 they were
living in Montague Village.

4127. ii. Herbert Lee 9 , b. April 6, 1884 ; a machinist ; was residing, and working in

1906 in Fitchburg, Mass.

4128. iii. George Clifford 9 , b. Dec. 10, 1885 ; in 1906 was employed in a gristmill at

Millers Falls, Mass.

4129. iv. Nellie Coralyn 9 , b. March 20, 1890.



3699. CHARLES M. NEWTON 8 (Christopher 7 , Stephen 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 ,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Deacon Christopher and Mary (Chand-
ler) Newton of Cazenovia, N. Y., was born there June 15, 1851.



BRANCH OF MOSES -L2<j

He married at Cazenovia, N. Y., August 11, 1873, Julia A. Perkins, daughter
of Esli and Sarah (Joslyn) Perkins of Cazenovia, where she was born June 11,
1854.

Mr. Newton is a carpenter in Cazenovia, N. Y. His children, except the first,
were born there. Both he and his father fell from the roofs of buildings upon
which they were at work and received injuries. In 1906 this Mr. Newton was
recovering but had been lame ever since the fall.

CHILDREN.

4130. i. Zenana P. 9 , b. March 15, 1875, at Fremont, Neb. ; living in 1906.

4131. ii. Herbert J. 9 , b. Nov. 11, 1877.

4132. iii. Fred L. 9 , b. Aug. 24, 1879 ; "he graduated at Williamstown" — meaning, as

I suppose, from Williams College in Massachusetts. In 1906 he was a
teacher in the schools at Martha's Vineyard.

4133. iv. Mildred M. 9 , b. April 13, 1885 ; Hying in 1906.

4134. v. Bertha A. 9 , b. July 30, 1887. In 1906 she was preparing herself to become a

teacher.



3716. TEUMAN NEWTON 8 (Albert 7 , Silence 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 , Jonathan 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Albert and Lucinda (Brown) Newton of Mon-
tague, Mass., was born there August 31, 1836, and died there February 7, 1896,
aged 59 years, 5 months.

He married in South Coventry, Conn., August 18, 1857, Sarah Elizabeth Cady,
daughter of Jared and Mary (Ells) Cady of South Coventry, Conn. She was
born at Ashford, Conn., June 26, 1840, and died at Montague, Mass., September
11, 1871, leaving two children.

He married (2) in Montague, Mass., November 20, 1871, Mary Frances Cady,
a sister of his first wife, born at Windham, Conn., March 4, 1835. She is liv-
ing (1910) in Montague Village ; receives the United States pension of her hus-
band. No children.

Truman Newton was a soldier of the Civil War. He enlisted December 29,
1863, in Company H, 34th Massachusetts Infantry, and served eighteen months.
He resided in Montague, Mass. ; was a painter by trade. Received a pension for
service in Civil War. In October, 1894, he and his wife removed from their
own place to live with his brother Marcus, a widower, making their home
together in the village of Montague, second building south of the hotel. P. O.
Box 46.

CHILDREN BY FIRST WIFE.

4135. f i. Ernest Francis 9 , b. May 20, 1866, in Montague ; m. Alma L. Banks.

4136. ii. Grace Adella 9 . b. Jan. 28, 1871. in Montague: m. Sept. 27. 1890, Loren

Franklin Dunbar, son of Frank and Martha ( ) Dunbar. He was

born in Chester, Mass. They resided (1897) in New Haven, Conn., and in
1910 in Los Angeles, Calif. Children :

4137. 1. Florence May w Dunbar, b. Nov 30, 1892.

4138. 2. Marion Elizabeth 10 Dunbar, b. Dec. 25, 1895.



3717. MARCUS NEWTON 8 (Albert 7 , Silence 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 , Jonathan*.
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Albert and Lucinda (Brown) Newton of Mon-
tague, Mass., was born there August 27, 1837.

He married at Chicopee, Mass., July 25, 1859, Emma M. Merley, born at
Feeding Mills, Conn., and died in Montague. Mass., July 7, 1894.

Marcus Newton was a soldier in the Civil War. He enlisted July 19, 1862,
in the 34th Massachusetts Infantry, Company II, and served principally in the
invalid corps on the steamer "Connecticut," plying between City Point, Va.,
and Washington. D. O, transporting the sick, the wounded and the dead.



430 NEWTON GENEALOGY

He had the misfortune to lose the middle and index fingers of the right hand,
and for this disability was discharged July 17, 1865.

His occupation, when he enlisted, was that of a painter; since his muster out
of the service his disabled hand prevents his using the brush and he became a
sawyer. He receives a United States pension. No children.

After the death of his wife, his brother Truman and wife moved into the
village to live with Marcus and make a home for all of them. The widow of
Truman has continued the arrangement until the present time.



3719. HORACE NEWTON 8 (Albert 7 , Silence 6 . Paul 3 , Nathan 4 , Jonathan 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Albert and Lucinda (Brown) Newton of Montague,
Mass., was born there November 2, 1840, and died March 26, 1886.

He married at North Leverett, Mass., Millie Pratt. She died, leaving one
child.

He married (2) at North Leverett, Mass., Delia Pratt, sister of his first wife;
who was living in 1910 at Athol, Mass., with her step-son, Hermon Newton.

Horace Newton was a soldier in the Civil War. He enlisted in Company F,
52d Massachusetts Volunteers, and was mustered into the United States service
October 11, 1862 ; was present at the siege of Port Hudson, La. ; discharged
August 14, 1863. Pensioned. He enlisted from the town of Leverett. He set-
tled in Montague after the war, making there his home.

CHILD.

4139. i. Herman , b. ; ru. ; living in 1910 in Athol, Mass.



3721. EMERSON NEWTON 8 (Albert 7 , Silence 6 , Paul 5 , Nathan 4 , Jonathan 3 ,
Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Albert and Lucinda (Brown) Newton of Montague,
Mass., was born there September 2, 1845 ; died October 15, 1900, at Athol, Mass.

He married in Montague, Mass., , who died in the summer of 1895.

Emerson Newton, like his three older brothers, was a soldier in the Civil
War. He enlisted at Montague, Mass., in the 34th Massachusetts Infantry,
Company H. Pensioned.



He lived at Athol, Mass.



4140. i. Mabel , b.

4141. ii. Ida 9 , b.



CUILDKEN.



-, dau., b. ; d. several years before 1896.



4142. iv. Dora 9 , b. -

4143. v. Lillie 9 , b.



3745. EUGENE DAVID NEWTON 8 (David A. 7 . Luke 6 , Luke 5 , Elnathan 4 ,
Jonathan 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of David Alexander and Lovisa (Ellison)
Newton of Marlborough, Mass., and Vineland, N. J., was born at Marlborough,
N. H., November 17, 1849.

He married at Millville, N. J., Alexana Tyler, who was born at Mays Land-
ing, N. J. She died at Woburn, Mass., October 13, 1903. Her parents died at
Mays Landing, N. J., when she was young.

I suppose this wife is the same person called by another name as the ''Ella
Tyler," wife of Eugene David Newton, whose daughter, Ada Pearl, is recorded
in the town records of Woburn.

Soon after the death of his wife, Mr. Newton removed to California. In
1906 he was a widower residing in Los Angeles, employed in a planing mill.

"He had two daughters." I have the name of but one.



BRANCH OF MOSES 431



CHILDREN.



4144. i. Ada Pearl", b. Feb. 2, 1883, in Marlborough, Mass.
ii. (dau.), b. .



3788. NATHAN W. NEWTON 8 [I suppose this is Nathan Walter Newton 8
(Charles M. 7 , William 6 , Andrew 5 , Andrew 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of
Charles M. and Harriet M. (Mellens) Newton of Shrewsbury, Mass., born Decem-
ber 10, 1849],

He married Addie Maria Temple, born March 9, 1866, daughter of William E.
and Sarah J. (Brown) Temple of Framingham, Mass.

They resided (1900) in Framingham, Mass. They are given in the book,
"Some Temple Pedigrees." 1900. By L. D. Temple.



4145. i. Eva Blanche", b.



3799. JOSEPH SETH NEWTON 8 (Dennis P. 7 , Joseph 6 , Josiah 5 , Joseph 4 ,
James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Dennis Pierce and Theodocia (DeWolf) New-
ton of Buckland and Shelburne Falls, Mass., and Kalamazoo, Mich., was born at
Buckland, Mass., .



He married Martha .

Mr. Newton was a laborer, living at Chicago, 111., in July, 1912.



CHILDREN.

-, b. , 18 — ; d. in infancy.



4146. ii. George 8 , b. Dec. 22, 189-.

4147. iii. Blanch 9 , b. , 1899 ; "was 13 years old in 1912."



3807. EDWARD WILLIAM NEWTON 8 (Jonathan G. D. 7 , Dan 6 , Josiah 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Jonathan Gleason Davenport and
Missouri Elizabeth (Hudgins) Newton of Norfolk County, Va., was born there
February 15, 1869.

He married, November 18, 1896, Edith May Scott, daughter of Winthrop and
Marion (Joyce) Scott.

Mr. Newton resides (1911) at 358 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford, Conn.; a
florist in business.

child.
4148. i. Marion Elizabeth 9 , b. Feb. 24, 1898, at Hartford, Conn.



3810. FRANK ELMER NEWTON 8 (Jonathan G. D. 7 , Dan 8 , Josiah 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Jonathan Gleason Davenport and
Missouri Elizabeth (Hudgins) Newton of Norfolk County, Va., New York City,
and Hartford, Conn., was born in Portsmouth, Va., September 13, 1876.

He married at Hartford, Conn., October 30, 1900, Annie Speers, daughter of
and Elizabeth (Trumbull) Speers of Hartford, Conn.

Mr. Newton resides on Sisson Avenue, Hartford, Conn. He is employed as
stereotyper on the Hartford Times, the leading daily newspaper of the city of
Hartford, Conn.

children.

4149. i. Leslie Leonard 9 , b. Dec. 13, 1904. at Hartford, Conn.

4150. ii. Frank Elmer 9 , Jr., b. .



432 NEWTON GENEALOGY

3812. HERBERT WALTER NEWTON 8 (Jonathan G. D. 7 , Dan 6 , Josiah 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Jonathan Gleason Davenport and
Missouri Elizabeth (Hudgins) Newton of Portsmouth, Va., New York City, and
Hartford, Conn., was born at New York City, September 6, 1880.

He married at Higganum, Conn., October 17, 1906, Olive Brainerd, daughter
of A. N. and Harriet (Dickinson) Brainerd of Higganum, Conn.

Mr. Newton is a clerk in the home office of the Travelers Insurance Company
of Hartford. He resides with his family at 358 Wethersfield Avenue, Hartford,
Conn.

CHILD.

4151. i. Ethel Louise 9 , b. .



3814. ARTHUR MERLE NEWTON 8 (Arthur J. 7 , Dan 6 , Josiah 5 , Joseph 4 ,
James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Arthur Judson and Annie A. P. (Odenhal)
Newton of Norfolk, Va., was born there August 12, 1878.

He married in Norfolk, Va., August 16, 1899, Bessie M. Snelling of Norfolk
County, Va.

Mr. Newton resides in Norfolk, Va., where his children were born; a florist.

CHILDREN.

4152. i. Hannah 9 Diantha, b. July 12, 1900.

4153. ii. Mildred V. 9 , b. March 22, 1903.

4154. iii. Olive Temple 9 , b. March 17, 1905.

4155. iv. Arthur Merle 9 Jr., b. Sept. 4, 1907.



3816. WILLIE JAMES NEWTON 8 (Arthur J. 7 , Dan 6 , Josiah 5 , Joseph 4 ,
James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Arthur Judson and Annie A. P. (Odenhal)
Newton of Norfolk, Va., was born there July 2, 1884.

He married in Norfolk, Va., September 14, 1904, Bertie E. Stevens of Norfolk.

Mr. Newton resides in Norfolk, Va., where his children were born; a florist.

children.

4156. i. Arthur Judson 9 , b. June 11, 1905.

4157. ii. Willie James 9 , b. Aug. 19, 1906; killed by the trolley cars in the city of

Norfolk in 1909.



3820. JAMES STUART NEWTON 8 (Daniel II. 7 , James 6 , Ebenezer 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Daniel Howe and Mary Abby (Cogs-
well) Newton of Holyoke, Mass., was born in Greenfield, Mass., June 30, 1863.

He married in Brookline, Mass., May 27, 1891, Adeline Frances Curtis, daugh-
ter of John Gardner and Helen Mary (Bramhall) Curtis of Brookline, Mass.
She was born in Brookline, Mass., March 11, 1870.

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Newton reside (Jan. 1, 1914) in Brookline, Mass.
They have two children, who were born in Holyoke, Mass.

children.

4156a. i. Helen Cogswell 9 , b. March 2, 1892 ; res., 1014, in Brookline.
4157a. ii. Rosamond 9 , b. March 29, 1S94 ; res., 1914, in Brookline.



3823. FRANK ARTHUR NEWTON 8 (Joseph D. 7 , James 6 , Ebenezer 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Joseph Drury and Prudence H.
(Alvord) Newton, was born in Greenfield, Mass., January 18, 1857.

He married at San Antonio, Texas, July 21, 1891, Lydia Julia Gentier Bull,
daughter of George August and Julia Maria Willemene (Hartman) Bull of



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Hamburg, Germany. She was born in the Parish St. Georges, near Hamburg,
Germany, December 24, 1859.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Newton lived first in Van Eaub, Texas, where the two
oldest of their children were born; the three younger were born in San Antonio,
Texas, where their parents still reside (Jan. 1, 1907).

CHILDREN.

Esther Prudence Hartman 9 , b. June 23, 1892 ; res., 1907, San Antonio.
Ruth Maria 9 , b. Oct. 4, 1894 ; res., 1907, San Antonio.
Clinton Charles 9 , b. April 23, 1898 ; res., 1907, San Antonio.
Frank Arthur 9 , b. Dec. 23, 1900 ; res., 1907, San Antonio.
Laura Drury 9 , b. Dec. 24, 1903; res., 1907, San Antonio.



3824. CHAKLES SUMNER NEWTON 8 (Joseph D. 7 , James 6 , Ebenezer 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Joseph Drury and Prudence H.
(Alvord) Newton, was born in Greenfield, Mass., January 3, 1863.

He married at Grand Junction, Colo., October 3, 1892, Laura Ann Walker,
daughter of Jesse Martin and Sarah Lavinia (Curtis) Walker of Blairsville,
Union County, Ga. She was born at Blairsville, Ga., December 14, 1866.

Mr. and Mrs. Newton reside (January 1, 1907) at Grand Junction, Colo. Their
two children were born there.

children.

4163. i. George Curtis 9 , b. Marcb 30, 1894; res. (1—1—1907), Grand Junction, Colo.

4164. ii. Edith Alvord 9 , b. June 25, 1898; res. (1—1—1907), Grand Junction, Colo.



3826. ALFRED CLINTON NEWTON 8 (Joseph D. 7 , James 6 , Ebenezer 5 ,
Joseph 4 , James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Joseph Drury and Prudence H.
(Alvord) Newton, was born in Greenfield, Mass., March 6, 1869.

He married in Pittsfield, Mass., April 29, 1896, Lillian Ann Pepoon, daughter
of Newton B. Pepoon and his wife Margaret (King) Pepoon of Stockbridge,
Mass. She was born at Stockbridge, Mass., April 10, 1868.

Mr. and Mrs. Newton reside (1-1-1907) at Fitchburg, Mass., where their three
children were born, and the two now living reside.

children.

4165. i. Joseph King 9 , b. Aug. 29, 1899 ; d. Aug. 29, 1899.

4166. ii. Mary Howe 9 , b. May 19, 1903.

4167. iii. Richard 9 , b. July 7, 1905.



3833. EDWARD TAFT NEWTON 8 (James H. 7 , James 6 , Ebenezer 5 , Joseph 4 ,
James 3 , Moses 2 , Richard 1 ), son of James Hale and Susan Wadsworth (Taft)
Newton of Holyoke, Mass., was born in Greenfield, Mass., December 15, 1864.

He married in Holyoke, Mass., December 11, 1894, Alice Winnifred Buckland,



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