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1703. From this reckoning. Joseph and Abraham would have been the full brothers and
Ezekiel the half-brother.] He m. Martha Lamsox, prob. of Ipswich, from which church she
was adm. to the church at Shrewsbury, with her husband in 1735 — he from the church at
Marlborough. Their children, born at Shrewsbury, were: Paul. 1736; Silas. 1737; Sarah,
1740; d. 1742; Abraham. 1742; d. 1743; Robert, 1741; d. 1743; Robert, 1744; d. y. ;
Sarah, 1746; Martha, 1748 ; Abraham, 1750.

Pacl Knowlton (s. of Abraham), b. April 17, 1736; res. Shrewsbury, and d. there June
27, 1799 ; m. Nov. 8, 1769. Leer Forbush of and in Ilardwick, dau. of Aaron and Sarah
(Lamson) Forbush of Hardwick. b. there Sept. 20. 1751; adm. to the church in 1800; d.
May 8, 1837. aged 85. Their children, born at Shrewsbury, were : Paul, 1770 ; Lucy, 1772 ;
Robert, 1773; Daniel, 1775; Sarah, 1777: John, 1780; Margery, b. Oct. 25. 1781; m. Feb.
18. 1810, Zavan Perkins of Weathersfield, Vt. ; Joel, 1783; Bulah, 1785; Ruth, 1788; Anna,
b. Sept. 9, 1789 ; m. 1815, Jonathan Newton 8 ; Jacob, 1791 ; Levi, 1797.



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NEWTON GENEALOGY



son of Capt. Josiah and Rebecca (Kendall) Wilder of Teinpleton. (He
was a nephew of Annis Wilder. See Peter Newton, Jr. (4961), and note
there.) They had two children born at Ternpleton and perhaps others.

5696. 1. Martin vanBuren" Wilder, b. April 7, 1840.

5697. 2. Salome? Wilder, b. Aug. 30, 1842.

5091. ii. Ia-cretia Tope 7 , b. Sept. 12, 1817; bapt. June 3, 1827. C. R.. of Ternpleton;

d. ; m. at Ternpleton, April 27, 1837, Thomas Appleton Fiske, son

of Aaron and Sally (Fletcher) Fiske of Ternpleton, where he was b.
April 29, 1812, and where he d. May 5, 1893. A farmer there, where his
children were born ; children were :

5698. 1. Harriet Lorainc* Fiske, b. March 10, 1840, at Ternpleton; m. at Temple-

ton, Feb. 15, 1871, James Price, son of James and Sarah (Deming)
Price of Kidderminster, England, where he was b. May 23, 1838.
Harnessmaker. They reside at Warehouse Point, Conn., where their
children were born:

5699. 1. Laurence Fiske 9 Price, b. Feb. 8, 1872.

5700. 2. Sarah Vinetta" Price, b. Feb. 5, 1873.

5701. 3. Howard Appleton 9 Price, b. March 8, 1874.

5702. 4. Harriette Emma 9 Price, b. May 2, 1876.

5703. 5. James Deming 9 Price, b. Feb. 27, 1880.

5704. 6. Walter Edwin 9 Price, b. June 13, 1883.

All of these Price children were unmarried in 1907 and residing at
Warehouse Point, Conn.

5705. 2. Laura Lucrctia* Fiske, b. Jan. 24, 1846, P. R. ; m. at Ternpleton, Aug. 26,

1867, John Holden Seaver, son of Luther and Eunice (Holden) Seaver
of Gardner. Mass., where he was b. Aug. 1, 1S36. Roadbuilder. They
reside at Ternpleton, where their children were born :

5706. 1. Henry Holden 9 Seaver, b. July 12, 1871 ; m. ; resides in Temple-

ton and has a son :

5707. 1. Harold Fiske 10 Seaver, b. .

5708. 2. George Newton 9 Seaver, b. Sept. 5. 1873 ; res. at Wilmington, Del.

5709. 3. Charles Adams 9 Seaver, b. Dec. 22, 1879; m. ; res. Gardner,

Mass.

5710. 4. John Dwight 9 Seaver, b. May 24, 1883 ; res. Beverly, Mass.

5711. 5. Warren Luther 9 Seaver, b. May 21, 1886 ; res. Cleveland, Ohio.

5692. iii. Hannah Elizabeth 7 , b. Nov. 15, 1822, at Hubbardston ; bapt. at Temple-

ton, June 3, 1827, C. R., and d. there Oct. 25, 1840, aged 18.
5692a. iv. Abigail Dean 7 , b. Sept. 20, 1828 ; bapt. Ternpleton, May 17, 1829 ; d. June 9,
1889.

5693. v. Mary Ann 7 , b. May 8, 1831 ; bapt. Sept. 11, 1831 ; d. Nov. 19, 1886.

5694. vi. Daniel Appleton 7 , b. March 25, 1833; bapt. June 16, 1833; d. May 19,

1889.

5695. vii. Henry Hand [or Rand] Sargent (adopted son), bapt. June 16, 1833. C. R.

5325. GEOEGE NEWTON 6 (Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ),
son of Peter, Jr., and Martha (Browning) Newton of Ternpleton, Mass.,
was born there January 25, 1795, and died at Chicago, 111., October 12, 1879,
aged 84. Burial at Ternpleton, Mass., "In the newer cemetery."

He married at Barre, Mass., May 1, 1828, Maria Theresa Brigham, daughter
of Henry and Anna (Phillips) Brigham* of Barre, where she was born Septem-
ber 20, 1800. She died at Ternpleton, March 8, 1863. P. R.

Mr. Newton was a farmer in Ternpleton. His children were born there.

•Henry Brigham 6 (lit. Uriah 4 ), b. Marlborough, 1752; d. Barre, 1829; farmer; officer
in the Revolutionary War ; m. Anna Phillips in 1781, dau. of Nathaniel Phillips (whose
house burned at Battle of Bunker Hill). She was born at Charlestown, June 7, 1758, and d.
at Barre, 1848, aged 00. Seven children born in Barre.

Likut. Uriah Brigham 4 (Capt. Samuel 3 ), b. Marlborough in 1727; d. in Marlborough in
1782 ; m. 1750, Sarah B. Gott ; res. in "Marlb. in the style of the English gentry." Eleven
children.

Capt. Samuel Brigham 3 (Capt. Samuel 2 ), b. Marlborough in 1680; living in 1747. He was
one of forty persons who in 1727 purchased Grafton of the Indians ; m. in 1716, Abigail
Moore ; seven children.

Capt. Samuel Brigham 3 (Thomas 1 ), b. in Marlborough in 1652; built and operated a tan-
nery that was occupied by his descendants as late, and perhaps later, than 1862. He was
a large land holder ; res. Marlborough ; m. Elizabeth Howe, who d. in 1739, aged 79. Hp
d. in 1713. Ten children.

For Thomas Brigham 1 , see note to Edward Newton 3 .



BRANCH OF DANIEL 601

CHILDREN.

5712. ti. Henry Phillips 7 , b. Nov. 14, 1829; m. Lucinda Severy.

5713. tii. Peter Augustine 7 , b. May 10, 1831; m. (1) Charlotte E. Castle; m. (2)

Jennette E. Castle.

5714. tiii. Samuel Dexter 7 , b. Jan. 18, 1833 ; m. Urania Hinkley.

5715. tiv. Edward Franklin 7 , b. Feb. 28, 1835 ; m. Adelaide True.

571G. v. Anna Maria 7 , b. March 24, 1839 ; sbe was living, a widow, in 1900, at No.
3104 South Park Ave., Chicago, 111. She m. July 31, 1802, Edward James
Flint, son of John and Fanny (Holman) Flint of Templeton, Mass.,
where he was b. May 13, 1835. He was a soldier in the Civil War, 1801-
1805, and served nine months in an Ohio regiment. He d. not long after
his discharge ; consumption. One son :

5718. 1. Edward Newton 8 Flint (M.D.), b. Oct. 20, 1803, at Cincinnati, Ohio;

was living May 27, 1911, in Chicago, 111. He is mentioned as "the
millionaire physician." He married (1) Jan. 11, 1891, Anna Maria
Hildebrandt of St. Peter, Minn., who had one son. He married (2)
Nov. 25, 1905, Gertrude Haynes of Bourbon, Ind. They were granted a
divorce by Judge Stough of the Circuit Court, at Chicago, 111., May 12,
1911, and she went to Europe. Child was :

5719. 1. Edward Hildebrandt 9 Flint, b. Dec. 15, 1892.

5717. tvi. George William 7 , b. March 29, 1841 ; m. Harriet Augusta Leland.



5326. JOEL NEWTON 6 (Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 8 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ),
son of Peter, Jr., and Martha (Browning) Newton of Templeton, Mass., was
born there May 8, 1797 ; baptized in the church at Templeton September 3, 1797,
and died there in 1866.

He married at Westminster, Mass., November 27, 1823, Betsey R. Pond, daugh-
ter of Preston and Hannah (Bice) Pond* of Princeton, Hubbardston, and West-
minster, Mass. She was born at Princeton, February 5, 1802, and died at Tem-
pleton, November 12, 1824, aged 22. Burial at Templeton and gravestone. One
child.

He married (2) at Templeton, November 16, 1826, Julia Ann Gates (4979),
daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth (Newton) Gates 4 : of Barre, Butland and
Templeton, born March 23, 1808. She died .

Mr. Newton resided in Templeton. His estate was administered upon without
a will in 1866. Case in the Probate Court No. 43,236.

CHILDREN.

5720. i. Sewell A. 7 , b. , 1824 ; d. , 1824, G. S. at Templeton, "infant,

son of Joel and Betsey R."

5721. ii. Charles 7 , b. , 1827; d. July 19, 1831, aged 4. Templeton church

record,
iii. Twin sons 7 , b. March 10, 1842, at Templeton ; d. there infants, April 11, and
April 13, 1842. C. R.

5722. iv. Amy 7 , b. June 28, 1843, at Templeton.

5723. v. Mary S. 7 , b. June 13, 1847, at Templeton.



5329. WILLIAM NEWTON 6 (Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ),
son of Peter, Jr., and Martha (Browning) Newton of Templeton, Mass., was
born there September 5, 1803, and died , 1840.

He married in , Ohio .



* Preston Pond (not traced) m. 1802, in Hubbardston, Hannah Rice, dau. of David and
Abigail (Newton 6 -Read) Rice of Princeton, Hubbardston and Westminster. They had,
Betsey R.. b. Feb. 5, 1802; Stillman, 1803; Arathusa, b. Dec. 14, 1805; Hannah, 1807;
Abigail, 1809 ; Reuben Stedman, 1812 ; Sumner, 1814 ; d. 1815 ; Charles Stunner, 1818 ;
Sewell, 1822; d. 1823; Adeline Elizabeth, 1826.

Abigail (Newton 6 ) Read, dan. of Peter Newton 4 , Br., see his number (4776).

t Elizabeth Newton 5 , dau. of Peter Newton 4 , Sr., m. Benjamin Gates. See Gates note there.



6 02 NEWTON GENEALOGY

CHILDREN.

5724. i. Samuel 7 , b. , 18 — . In 1908 he was of Concord, Morgan County, 111.,

and was very ill.

5725. ii. James 7 , b. , 18 — . In 1908 was living in Chambersburg, Pike County,

111.
5720. iii. Henry 7 , b. , 18 — .



5330. ASA NEWTON 6 (Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son
of Peter, Jr., and Martha (Browning) Newton of Templeton, Mass., was born
there October 31, 1805, and died there September 28, 1862, aged nearly 57.

He married in Templeton, Mass., May 1, 1834, Rebecca Prescott Dolbear,
daughter of James and Mary (Barrett) Dolbear* of Templeton, Mass., where
she was born September 27, 1811. She died in Gardner, Mass., November 13,
1877.

Mr. Asa Newton resided in Templeton, Mass., where his six children were
born. He was a shoemaker. His estate was administered at Templeton in 1862,
without a will. Case in Probate, No. 43,058.

CHILDREN.

i. 7 , son, b. April 5, 1835 ; d. April 18, 1835. C. R.

5727. tii. James Walter 7 , b. Oct. 12, 1837 ; m. Nancy Jemima Maples.

5728. iii. Georgianna 7 , b. April 27, 1839 ; d. in Gardner, Mass., Jan. 30, 1900 ; m. in

Pitchburg, Mass., Dec. 0, 1800, George Andrew Jackson, son of Lysander
B. and Adeline Ward (Jennison) Jackson of Templeton, Mass. (m. there
April 16, 1829), where he was b. May 0, 1830. He d. April 21, 1884.
Resided in Gardner, Mass. Their children were :

5732. 1. May Elizabeth 8 Jackson, b. July 12, 1873, in East Templeton, Mass.; m.

Aug. 25, 1891, George E. Goddard, b. Aug. 9, 1873, son of Augustus
and Abbie (Wilkinson) Goddard. They reside at No. 35 Cedar St.,
Gardner, Mass. One child :

5733. 1. Royal Jackson 9 Goddard, b. Oct. 12, 1902.

5734. 2. Jennie Goddard s Jackson, b. Sept. 21, 1876, in Gardner, Mass.

5729. iv. Mary Evelina 7 , b. Jan. 15, 1843; resides (1908) at No. 35 Cedar St.,

Gardner, Mass. ; unm.

5730. v. Rebecca Elizabeth 7 , b. March 5, 1845 ; d. in Hubbardston, Mass., May 10,

1873; m., at Fitzwilliam, N. H., May 29, 1862, Elbra Eli Gray, son of
Eli and Lucinda (Parker of Hubbardston) Gray of Templeton, Mass.,
where he was b. Sept. 17, 1836; and where he now (1908) resides. Their
children, b. in Templeton, were :

5735. 1. Hattie Lucinda 8 Gray, b. June 20, 1863; resides (1908) in East Temple-

ton, Mass. ; m. in Baldwinsville, Mass., March 2, 1881, Frederick S.
Coy, b. in Cambridge, Mass., July 10, 1858; d. May 12, 1903, son of
Horace and Ellen (Babb) Coy.

5736. 2. William Newton 8 Gray, b. May 13, 1866; resides (1908) in Baldwinsville,

Mass. ; m. in Athol, Mass., Nov. 5, 1887, Alice M. Houghton of Athol,
b. Jan. 16, 1867, dau. of Charles and Harriet (Rice) Houghton. Their
children, b. in Baldwinsville, were :

5738. 1. William Eli" Gray, b. July 27, 1888; m. March 18, 1908, Grace E.

Young, dau. of Charles C. and Rosella Young.

5739. 2. Ivy Elizabeth 9 Gray, b. Jan. 19, 1892.

5740. 3. Clifford Warren 9 Gray, b. June 25, 1894.



♦James Dolbear (also Doalbear), b. about 1760; d. at Templeton, July 12, 1832, aged 72.

C. R. He m. there, April 2, 1787, Mary Barrett, dau. of Zacheus and Elizabeth

(1st wf.) of Templeton, where she was b. Oct. 27, 17G4. They had in Templeton: Polly,
1788 ; Avery, 1789 ; Joel, 1791 ; Barrett Zacheus, 1793 ; Benjamin, 1795 ; Lydia, 1798 ;
John Villars, 1801 ; Timothy Eaton, 1806 ; Laurinda Evelina, 1809 ; Rebecca Prescott, Sept.
27, 1811.

Zacheus Barrett, d. in Templeton, Sept. 18, 1809, aged 81 = b. 1728. His first wife,
Elizabeth, d. there March 31, 1772, aged 41 yrs., 7 mos., 29 dys. G. S. She had seven
children, the third being Mary, b. 1764. He m. (2) Rebecca Burge, in and of Chelmsford,
Mass. She d. at Templeton, his widow, July 9, 1820, aged 92.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 603

5737. 3. Mabel Evelina 8 Gray, b. July 19, 1868 ; m. Frank S. Smith of Otter River,

Mass., b. Jan. 16, 1866, son of Sidney and Flora (Brown) Smith. They
reside at Otter River, a village in Templeton, Mass. No children.

5731. vi. William Barrett 7 , b. Sept. 4, 1848 [Sept. 5. T. R.] ; d. in Templeton, Mass.,
Aug. 22, 1851.

5331. PETER NEWTON 6 , 3d (Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 , Daniel 2 , Bieh-
ard 1 ), son of Peter, Jr., and Annis (Wilder) Newton of Templeton, Mass., was
born there December 21, 1814, and died there, , 1886, aged 72.

He married at Templeton, Mass., March 12, 1846, Mrs. Arathusa (Pond)
Brown, "aged 40, housekeeper," a widow of Freeman Brown of Hubbardston,
and daughter of Preston and Hannah (Rice) Pond of Princeton, Hubbardston
and perhaps Holliston. She was born at Hubbardston, December 14, 1805, and
died . One child.

Arathusa Pond's grandmother was Abigail Newton (4960), daughter of Peter
Newton 4 , Sr., which see; also see note to Joel Newton (5326). She married
(1) at Westminster, December 29, 1825, Freeman Brown, son of Oliver and Azu-
bah (Pond) Brown of Hubbardston, where he was born August 20, 1799. They
resided in Hubbardston, where he died September 30, 1840, aged 41. G. S.
Their children were: Sewell, born May 2, 1826; Betsey, born July 21, 1827;
Lyman, born June 30, 1834.

Mr. Newton was a fanner in Templeton. His one son was born there.

CUILD.

5741. i. Waldo Peter 7 , b. Jan. 18, 1848. He was living in Templeton in 1908.

5333. CHARLES NEWTON 6 , 2d (Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Edmund and Hepzibah (Witherbee) Newton of Southborough
and Phillipston, Mass., was born at Phillipston, May 24, 1779, and died there,
from a hurt by a fall in his barn, February 17, 1814, aged 34.

He married at Phillipston, November 5, 1802, Nabby Bruce. She was born
July 21, 1777, and died the "Widow Nabby Manning, March 17, 1842, aged
64," at Phillipston. She had married (2) at Phillipston, October 25, 1824,
Joseph Manning, who died there October 15, 1831, aged 67.

Charles Newton was a farmer in Phillipston. His children were born there.
His estate was administered there (then called Gerry), without a will, in 1814.
Case in Probate, No. 43,076.

CHILDREN.

5742. ii. Elijah Bruce 7 , b. July 15, 1803; m. (1) Cynthia Gale; m. (2) Martha

Ann Wright.

5743. ii. Sally 7 , b. Jan. 3, 1806; d. ; m. at Phillipston, Oct. 17, 1825, John

Turner, son of Ezra and Rebecca (Rich) Turner of Phillipston, where he

was b. Aug. 8, 1802, d. . They lived in Phillipston. Their children,

born there, were :

5747. 1. Lysander 8 Turner, b. Nov. 9, 1826.

5748. 2. Charles Emory* Turner, b. Jan. 5, 1828; d. June 17, 1828.

5749. 3. Charles Emory 6 Turner, b. Sept. 6, 1829.

5750. 4. Lydia Rich 8 Turner, b. April 12, 1832.

5751. 5. James 8 Turner, b. June 7, 1834.

5752. 6. John Franklin 8 Turner, b. July 12, 1845.

5744. tiii. Gilman D. 7 , b. Aug. 14, 1807; m. (1) Sophia Lyon; m. (2) Mrs. Mary Ann

(Lyon) Oakes.

5745. iv. Harriot 7 , b. July 23, 1809 ; d. at Athol. Mass., June 15, 1887 ; m. at Temple-

ton, Dec. 29, 1842, as his third wife, Ira Oakes, son of Abraham and
Joanna (Walker of Ringe, N. H.) Oakes* of Bolton, Mass.. where he was

• Ira Oakes, m. (1) at Athol, Oct. 7, 1834. Mary Howard, who d. there April 24, 1838.
aged 36. G. S. They had Adin, b. Feb. 10, 1836, and Sirley, b. 1838 ; d. April 19, 1838, aged



r) o4 NEWTON GENEALOGY

b. Feb. 27, 1797. He died at Athol, Mass., Sept. 11, 1875. They resided
in Athol, and had there four children :

5753. 1. Harriet Adelaide* Oakes, b. Aug. 15. 1S44 : m. in Barre. Sept. 19, 1869,

George Deane. They reside (1909) in Brookfield, Mass., where their
two children were born :

5754. 1. Lewis Henry Deane, b. March 20. 1876.

5755. 2. Carlton Oakes 9 Deane. b. Feb. 23, 1878.
2. , dau. 8 , Oakes, b. Feb. 23, 1846.

5756. 3. Henrif Oakes, b. Feb. 23, 1847; d. at Athol, Nov. 29, 1863.

5757. 4. Lucy Ann'' Oakes, b. Oct. 25. 1852; m. at Orange, Mass., Dec. 15, 1873,

Eden Killburn. Their children, born at Athol, are :

5758. 1. Ora William 9 Killburn, b. Feb. 15, 1876.

5759. 2. Ira Eugene" Killburn, b. May 6, 1880.

5746. v. Simeon 7 , b. March 14, 1811; d. at Phillipston, Nov. 10, 1S34, aged 23 yrs.,
8 mos. ; G. S. in Phillipston ; unm.



5335. THOMAS NEWTON (Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Edmund and Hepzibah (Witherbee) Newton of Southborough and
Phillipston, Mass., was born at Phillipston, December 5, 1783, and died there
August 24, 1848, aged 64 years, 9 months, 14 days. Consumption.

He married at Phillipston, November 26, 1807, Rebecca Turner, daughter of
. She survived her husband and was provided for in his will.

Mr. Newton was a farmer, residing in Phillipston, Mass., where his children
were born.

The Jason Goulding with whom he left the trust funds for Rebecca, his widow,
was a prominent man in Phillipston, and is styled on the records "Hon." and
"Capt."

An abstract of his will and a list of the papers in the case follows :

1848. Thomas Newton, Phillipston. 43444 A.

Will, allowed Sept. 5. 1848.

Gives to daughter, Mary Ann, wife of Jesse Lovering Jr. $1.

To daughter, Anne, wife of John V. Wilson $1.

To son, Edmund $1.

To daughter Eveline, wife of Wm. White $5.

To Jason Goulding in trust for wife, Rebecca, during her life and then to be given over

to son George T.

Appoints Jason Goulding, executor $1000,

James Stone )

Courtlon Sanderson J Sureties
Affidavit filed.
Inventory.
Real Estate $1200.
Personal Estate $337.41

Assent of son Edmund, William White, Rebecca White, J. V. Wilson, and Ann G. Wilson
to probate will.

11 dys. G. S. Ira Oakes, m. (2) at Athol, Sept. 3, 1839, Mrs. Lucy Fay, d. Aug. 4 or 5,
1841, aged 39. G. S. They had Mary Jane, b. Dec. 1, 1840.

Nathaniel Oakes 1 , the immigrant, came from England ; m. Mehitabel Rediat (dau. of
John), who d. 1702, at Marlborough; m. (2) Mary Holloway (dau. of Adam) of Concord;
b. 1682 ; res. Marlborough, and had eight children. The eldest was

Nathaniel Oakes 2 , Jr., b. 1703 ; res. Westborough ; m. at Marlborough, 1727, Tabitha
RICH (dau. Edward) ; m. (2) at Westborough, 1736, Keziah Mayxard, and had Tabitha 3 , 1737;
Ebcnezer 3 , 1738 ; Thankjul 3 , 1739 ; Nathaniel 3 , 1742 ; Beriah 3 , 1743.

Beriah Oakes 3 , b. Westborough, Nov. 22, 1743 ; d. Bolton, 1808; m. Bolton, Dec. 31,
1767, Tabitha Fosket, and had in Bolton : John*, 1768 ; Elizabeth*, 1770 ; James*, 1772 ;
Abraham*, 1773; Asa*, 1774; Daniel*, 1776; Eunice*, 1778.

Abraham Oaks 1 (Beriah 3 ), b. Bolton, March 29, 1773; m. 1797. Joanna Walker. They
had in Bolton : Ira s , b. Feb. 27, 1797 ; PTiebe 5 , 1799, d. y. ; Abigail*, 1802 ; Abraham*, Jr.,
1806, who m. at Phillipston, Nov. 5, 1829, Mary Ann Lyon, and she m. (2) Gilman D. Newton 7 .



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5773.


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5774.


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5775.


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5776.


vii.


5777.


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BRANCH OF DANIEL 605

CHILDREN.

5770. i. Mary Ann 7 , b. June 24, 1808 ; m. at Phillipston, May 14, 1837, Jesse Lov-

ering, Jr., son of Jesse and Mary ( ) Lovering* of Phillipston.

where he was born Sept. 5, 1806.

5771. ii. Thomas F. 7 , b. Dec. 24, 1810 ; d. at Phillipston, Nov. 18, 1838, aged 28. His

estate was administered without a will, at Phillipston, in 1838. Case in
Probate Court, No. 43,445.

Edmund 7 , b. March 11. 1813 ; d. April 4, 1813.

Anne G. 7 , b. June 4, 1814 ; m. at Phillipston, Nov. 10, 1835, John V. Wilson
of Jaffreys, N. H.

Edmund 7 , b. June 19, 1816 ; m. Mary M. Cashin.

Rebeccah Eveline 7 , b. Oct. 19, 1818 : m. at Phillipston. April 7, 1838, Wil-
liam White, son of William and Elizabeth (Ball) White of Templeton.
Mass., where he was born Jan. 10, 1782.

Sir Isaac 7 , b. May 18, 1821 ; d. Nov. 29, 1831, aged 11% yrs.

George Turner 7 , b. Jan. 11, 1826; m. [int. at Phillipston, Sept. 23, 1848],
Sarah L. Cheney of Southbridge, Mass. See below.J He was residuary
legatee of that part of his father's estate in which, by the will, his mother
was given a life interest.



5338. EDMUND NEWTON 6 , JR. (Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Edmund and Hepzibah (Witherbee) Newton of Southborough
and Phillipston, Mass., was born at Phillipston, September 1, 1790, and died
there January 25, 1834, aged 43. His estate was administered at Phillipston,
without a will, in 1834. Case in Probate No. 43,111.

I suppose he always lived in Phillipston. He married there April 23, 1815,
Polly Ward, whom I suppose to be the daughter of Elijah and Azubah (New-
ton) Ward of Southborough, and Athol, Mass., and Chautauqua, N. Y. She was
born at Southborough, April 12, 1805. Widow Polly W[ard] Newton of Phillips-
ton, died there , 1862. Her will, probated October 23, 1862, gives

to the three "children of my late son, Ira Newton," to son, Charles Newton, the
residue, and appoints him executor. An abstract of the will follows:

1862. Polly W. Newton, Phillipston. 43367 A.

Will, allowed Oct. 23, 1862.

To Sarah Weaver, wife of Hosea Weaver ; James Newton and Mercy Ann Newton ;

children of the late son Ira Newton $1.

To son Charles Newton, residue and appoints him executor.

Bond of executor $500. Stillman Stockwell )

J. D. Gale j Sureties

Affidavit filed.
Inventory
Real Estate $300.
Personal Estate $212.94

* Samuel Lovering (no further traced) of Holliston, Mass., m. there Nov. 8, 1739, Mary
Lealand ; had there Samuel, 1741 (m. Phebe Smith) ; Mary, 1744; Jesse, March 27, 1746;
Abigail, 1748; Joseph, 1750; Isaac, 1753; Abial, 1756; Henry, 1758; Rufus, 1764.

Jesse Lovering (Samuel), b. 1746, Holliston ; d. Hopkinton, Sept. 28, 1820, aged 74 ; gravel ;
m. in Holliston, April 30, 1772, Mercy Jennings (dau. of Daniel and Elizabeth (Cuzzens)
Jennings of Framingham and Holliston). They had in Holliston, Jesse, b. March 11, 1773;
Daniel, 1774; Levi, 1776; Lawson, 1778; Mercy, 1781; Xabbe, 1785. He m. (2), 1801,
Lydia Marsh.

Jesse Lovering (Samuel) was of "Holden" when he m. in Hopkinton, Feb. 12, 1801,
Lydia Marsh. She bore him a dau., Mary Marsh, 1802, and d. at Hopkinton, Dec. 21, 1830,
aged 81. Old age. I suppose she was the widow of Elisha Marsh, who died in 1797, and a
widow, Lydia Sheffield, before she married Marsh.

Jesse Lovering (Jesse), b. 1773, in Holliston; m. Mary , per. in Holden; resided

In Phillipston, where they had, Francis Wilson; m. 1834, Mary II. Lamb ; Polly, or Mary,
1800 ; m. 1823, John Swan ; Sally, 1803 ; m. 1833, Hachaliah Bridges of Palmer : Jesse,
Sept. 5, 1806 ; m. 1837, Mary Ann Newton ; Rusina, 1810 ; m. ISol, Thomas White of
Boston ; Lucy Burbank, 1813 ; m. 1833. Lyman H. Bassett.

% George T. Newton, a boottreer, in Westborough, Mass., m. Dec. 28, 1859, Jane Sophia
Fairbanks, dau. of Corning and Harriet (Thurston) Fairbanks of Grafton and Westborough.
She was born at Westborough, Feb. 16. 1839. No children. Whether this is a second mar-
riage of the above George T. Newton, or another, is unknown to me.



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CHILDREN.



5778. i. Charles 7 , b. Oct. 27. 1816, at Phillipston.

5779. tii. Ira C. 7 , b. June 23, 1821, at Phillipston.

5339. LEMUEL NEWTON 6 (Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 , Rich-
ard 1 ), son of Edmund and Hepzibah (Witherbee) Newton of Southborough and

Phillipston, Mass., was born at Phillipston, February 13, 1793. He died ,

1860.

He married at Royalston, Mass., October 29, 1816, Susannah Manning, daugh-
ter of Joseph and Mary (Cutting) Manning of Royalston, where she was born
January 11, 1793. She died at Phillipston, July 26, 1836, aged 43. Eight
children.

He married (2) at Phillipston, April 24, 1837, Sarah Manning, a sister of his
first wife. She was born at Royalston, February 4, 1809. She was living in
Royalston. December, 1890.

Mr. Newton resided in Phillipston. His children were born there. He was
appointed administrator of his brother's, William Ward Newton, estate May
21, 1840.

The will of Lemuel Newton of Phillipston was probated in 1860, the case in
Probate Court being No. 43,275.

CHILDREN.

i. . dau. 7 , b. June 18, 1817 ; d. June 19, 1817.

5780. ii. Mary Cutting 7 , b. June 2 or 12, 1818; in. at Phillipston, May 1. 1844,



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