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occasionally.

He became a student in the office of Dr. Miller, a well-known dentist of
Worcester in his day, who later took him into a partnership under the firm name
of "Miller and Newton," which continued many years. When this firm was
dissolved Dr. Newton continued the practice alone until 1855. In that year,
on account of failing health, he went to Oxford, Mass., to recuperate, and was
so pleased with the village that he removed to that town and settled there per-
manently, becoming closely identified with it and its institutions. He was chosen
deacon of the Baptist church of North Oxford, April 3, 1869, and served as
superintendent of its Sunday school; was a member of the Christian Commis-
sion during the Civil War. He was interested in educational matters and served
on the school board 1862 to 1864.

His two children were born at Oxford, Mass.

* John Witt 1 [name changed to DeWitt about 1830] or DeWitt settled in that part ol
Salem, Mass., that is now Lynn, in 1650. He had. with other children, a son,

John 3 , also of Lynn ; m. Elizabeth Baker, and had with others, a son,

John 3 , b. 1679 ; m. Mary Dane, and removed abt. 1707 to Marlborough, Mass., and had,
with others a son.

John* (Lieut.) ; m. Sarah ; resided in 1744 at North Brookfleld, Mass., and had,

with others, a son,

Benjamin 8 , b. at North Brookfleld, Aug., 1750 ; m. Feb. 13, 1787, being then of New
Braintree, Olivia Campbell (twin), b. Dec. 4, 1767 (dau. of Duncan and Elizabeth (Stearns)
Campbell ; resided in 1793 in Oxford, 1794 in New Braintree, son of Rev. John Campbell,
b. abt. 1690, who came from the north of Scotland and was the first minister of Oxford,
his charge covering 40 years — 1721 to his death in 1761). Benjamin DeWitt 5 was a
soldier of the Revolution. His company guarded the gallows upon which Major Andre was
executed. He had nine children. A daughter was

Nancy 8 , b. March 29, 1800; d. Sept. 24, 1830; m. as his second wife, Horace Smith of
Leicester. They had two children born at Leicester, who were brought up by her brother,
Col. Alexander DeWitt. The daughter,

Eliza Livermore 7 Smith, b. May 2, 1825, m. Dr. Wm. Newton 7 .

For an interesting account of the DeWitt and Campbell families, see the History of Oxford,
Mass., 1892, by George F. Daniels.



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NEWTON GENEALOGY



b. July 1, 1851 leated in the high school at Oxford, and the

Oread Collegiate Ins Mass., Miss Newton always ranked

high in her studies. While at college she took m de ss - Prof. E. B.

1878 she attended the Worcester sac School, taking

ssons in vocal nr> Miss K - .1 in church work, having

been for sever 5 S -e bool teacher at the North Oxford Baptist

Church. In 1- - ok charge of the larg irj department at the

. , donal Church at Oxford, which position she held for over

Hiss Newton resides i - S tee vith appre-

>n of the beautiful, consistent Christian lives of her parents, and her

kind, unselfish. Christian brother.

\YnxLxM Hora. b. March 23 1862; m. Ida Pease.



GEORGE NRW1 - dah 5 . Hezekiah*, Isaac 3 , Dan-

iel 2 . Richard 1 ), son of G - ford and Dor ton of Worces

..jbominW. _ L8S 1 died there January 15. 1909,

g I 88 3, 4 months, i

He married in - November 7. 1542 [Nov. 10 T. K.]. Eliza

Fla^- - :' Benjamin and Julia (Holbrook) Fl gg : Worcester. Mass.

She was born in W - - SS nd died between March, 1909,

and March. 1911. having been an invalid for several y . -

Mr. and Mm - in Worcester. Mass.. where two children were

born to them.

CHTX/-

L Lizzxxa2c>-a*. b. Oct. 13. 1S5I 14*186

KMS ii. Be>vamex STAirosn*. I 3E -im. : resided with his parents at

the homestead in Worces - N 1125 t S ai archi-

tect. Office in Wa : Mr. Newton writes is so interesting I

copy verbatim from his letter : "1 am a bachelor living on a farm : which
has been in our family over 100 years, v Grandfather [Phineas

Flagg*! and Grandfather [Benjamin Flagyl on Mother's side, having kept
it as an Inn, sign of the rising sun — " "My bora mil? from

where my Grandfather. Guy Stafford Newton, lived in Worcester, and died
there, and about two miles from where he commenced keeping house in the
town of I 5 both places the same houses are in use today and are

quite familiar to me. A farm adjoining the place where Grandfather died,
was the one occupied by my father's s> who married Leonard

Eddy. The Newtons were Quakers, and they lie buried in what is called
'Mulbury very near where they I boose in Leicester."

. Newton 1 and Eliza Flagg "were married in what had been the bar
room — then used as the parlor." "1 have the old family bible of the

:.ms. and the record is in Guy S. Newton V own hand — the marriage
- . . 1815



5o2>. JAMES NEWT - ITezekiah 5 . HezekiarA Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 ,

Richard 1 ), son c: Stafford and Dorothy (Davis ton of Worcester,

■£ orn in Worcester, January _ - He died March 1^. 181

. _ . ' -

He married, November - 1856, Elizabeth Slade Anthony, laughter of [per-
haps she is the Elizabeth Southgate Anthony, dau. of Joseph and Rt .rle)
Anthony of Paxton and Leicester, born at L- Sepl ruber 15. Ir20. These
parents bad nine children in Leicester.]

Mr. and Mr- d lived at Fall River. time.

i. Makia»a*. b. J?.r 1858
ii. Pbxbe Ei.tzakkth*. b. Sept. 83
5951. tiii. jAirxs EDWAao*, b, Dec



BRANCH OF DANIEL 621

5530. WILLIAM STAFFOKD NEWTON 7 (Guy S.°, Hezekiah 5 , Hezekiah 4 ,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Guy Stafford, and Dorothy (Davis) Newton
of Leicester and Worcester, Mass., was born at Worcester, August 16, 1828, and
died December 27, 1905, aged 77.

He married, February 24, 1853, Rachel J. Geil, born October 26, 1836, died
August 3, 1906.

Mr. Newton removed to the West and settled at Pine Island, Goodhue County,
Minn.

children.

Guy 8 , b. Nov. 27, 1853 ; d. Nov. 27, 1853.
Chester 8 , b. Jan. 2, 1855 ; d. Jan. 2, 1855.
Willard S. 8 , b. Jan. 11, 1856 ; d. Sept. 6, 1883.

Lillian D. 8 , b. Nov. 15, 1857; m. Sept. 25, 1878, John D. Baldwin.
Children are :

1. William Dale Baldwin, b. Sept. 11, 1879 ; was shipwrecked off Alaska and
d. April 10, 1898.

2. Florence Marion" Baldwin, b. July 31, 1881 ; d. Aug. 24, 1882.

3. Ernest E." Baldwin, b. Oct. 7, 1883.

4. Curtis Newton 3 Baldwin, b. June 22, 1886.

5. Rachel J." Baldwin, b. Nov. 14, 1S91 ; d. Nov. 14, 1891.
Clarrice I. 8 , b. Sept. 18, 1859 ; d. Feb. 11, 1865.
Myrtie L. 8 , b. Dec. 15, 1861 ; d. Sept. 7, 1863.
Marian L. 8 , b. Oct. 11, 1863 ; d. Sept. 6, 1905, aged 42 ; m., June 28, 1892,

Thomas VanDolah. Child:
1. Florence" VanDolah, b. April 16, 1894.
Amos I. 8 , b. Aug. 21, 1865 ; d. April 25, 1866.
Roy Tiiur. 8 , b. Sept. 27, 1870 ; was living in 1907.
Elizabeth A. 8 , b. Sept. 11, 1871; a trained nurse; was in the practice of

her profession, residing in 1911 at No. 1700 Steiner St., San Francisco,

Calif. ; unm.
Florence I. 8 , b. Aug. 9, 1872 ; d. April 19, 1888.
Carl A. 8 , b. Feb. 24, 1876 ; living in 1907.
xiii. John Wintiirop 8 , b. Feb. 12, 1878; living in 1907.



5544. WILLIAM HORACE NEWTON 7 , JR. (William H. 6 , Hezekiah 5 , Heze-
kiah 4 , Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of William Horace and Isabella (Davis)
Newton of Rutland and North Brookfield, Mass., was born at Rutland, October
29, 1828, and died at North Brookfield, May 10, 1863, aged 35.

He married at North Brookfield, April 29, 1852, Lydia P. Dewing of that
place. [Perhaps she was daughter of John F. and Eunice B. Dewing of Brook-
field and North Brookfield.] She was living May 15, 1863.

Mr. Newton resided in North Brookfield. Five children are mentioned in the
history of that town. From the abstract of the administration of his estate —
given below — it would seem that all except one had died before he died — the
youngest not born when the mother was appointed administratrix. He had
not made a will, and the Court appointed.

1863. William II. Newton, North Brookfield. 43465 A.

Died May 10, 1863.

List of heirs as follows.

Lydia P. Newton wife.

Lizzie B. Newton daughter,

Bond of Lydia P. Newton appointed administratrix May 15, 1863.

$5000.

John F. Dewing ) „

John B. Dewing {Sureties.
Widow's allowance.
Affidavit filed.
Inventory.
Personal Estate $2087.80.



5952.


i.


5953.


ii.


5954.


iii.


5955.


iv.


5965.




5966.




5967.




5968.




5969.




5956.


v.


5957.


vi.


5958.


vii.


5958a.




5959.


viii.


5960.


ix.


5961.


X.


5962.


xi.


5963.


xii.


5964.


xiii



622 NEWTON GENEALOGY

John Fiske Dewing, son of Solomon and Lydia (Pickard) Dewing of Brookfield,

Mass., born there 1795, m. Eunice B. . They had a son, John Bush, b. 1827, who d.

aged 5 mos. Another, John Bush Dewing, b. 1838, was probably the one mentioned as
sureties, father and son, and, also, probably father and brother of Lydia P. Newton.

CHILDREN.

5970. i. George Biggs 8 , b. March 10, 1853 ; d. June 28, 1854.

5971. ii. Lizzie Bemis 8 , b. April 18, 1855 ; only child mentioned as heir to her father's

estate, in 18G3 ; m. Sept. 15, 1874, Frederick D. Bufnngton of Ware, Mass.
5971a. iii. Ellen Maria 8 , b. ; d. May 28, 1858.

5972. iv. Williaji 8 , b. ; d. March 6, 1860.

5973. v. William Horace 8 , b. May 21, 1863 ; posthumous.



5545. HORATIO DANFORTH NEWTON? (Willard 6 , Nathan B. 5 , Heze-
kiah 4 , Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Col. Willard and Phebe (Emerson)
Newton of Royalston, Mass., was born there October 5, 1812, and died there
March 9, 1888.

He married at Royalston, November 25, 1851, Annette Greenleaf Perkins, aged
18, youngest daughter of Rev. Ebenezer and Amelia (Parish) Perkins of Royal-
ston, where she was born April 29, 1832. She died there at the birth of her
youngest child, July 10, 1868.

Horatio D. Newton was given a good education (not a college course), and
taught school in Massachusetts and in Kentucky. He went down to New
Orleans for awhile and finally returned to Royalston, where he married late in
life, and lived the rest of his life. He took charge of his father's farm, where
he died.

Mr. and Mrs. Newton were leading singers in the old-fashioned church choir.
Children were born at Royalston.

children.

5974. ti. Willard Hazen 8 , b. Oct. 18, 1857; m. Stella Viola Partridge.

5975. ii. Ebenezer Perkins 8 , b. Aug. 18, 1859 ; unm. ; a farmer in Royalston on the

farm of his grandfather Newton, who willed it to him when he was a
child, and where he has always resided. The farm and buildings are
large and well kept. He lives alone, and usually has a good housekeeper.
From an illness in childhood, he has always been lame.

5976. tiii. Horatio Standish 8 , b. May 11, 1866; m. Mary Ellinor Russell.

5977. iv. Annette Greenleaf 8 , b. June 25, 1868. Her mother dying at her birth,

she was taken by her mother's brother, Joseph Perkins of Fitchburg, and
her name changed from Newton to Perkins. She m. June 11, 1896, Charles
L. Mayne, railway superintendent. They reside at Island Pond, Vt.
Child :
1. Joseph Ford* Mayne, b. July 19, 1897, at Fitchburg, Mass.



5547. PROF. GEORGE BRIGHAM NEWTON 7 (Willard 6 , Nathan B. 5 ,
Hezekiah 4 , Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Col. Willard and Phebe (Emer-
son) Newton of Royalston, Mass., was born there December 1, 1816. He died
in Marshall, Mo., November 11, 1892, aged 76.

He married in Marshall, Mo., April 1, 1846, Louisa Newton Haven [daughter
of Ira Haven (b. March 19, 1787) and his wife Jemima (Ward) Haven (June
7, 1789)], born at Dummerston, Vt., May 7, 1824; died at Pettis County, Mo.,
March 11, 1867, aged 43.

George Brigham Newton was an educator and teacher. He was graduated
from Yale College in the Class of 1843. He settled first in Kentucky, and
taught mathematics in Masonic College, La Grange, Ivy.; afterwards moved to
Louisville, Ky., where he taught a preparatory school for young men from 1847
to 1855.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 623

At the instance of a large colony of wealthy Kentuckians who had emigrated
to Missouri, he left Louisville, Ky. and followed them to Georgetown, Pettis
County, Mo., where he established a school for young men.

In 1867 he became president of Forest Grove Institute at Georgetown, Mo.,
where he taught Latin, Greek and higher mathematics.

In 1870 he organized the Marshall Seminary at Marshall, Mo., where he taught
until a few years before his death. About 1856 he moved onto a farm which
he had bought about fifteen miles north of Sedalia, Mo., where the younger
children were born and where his wife died.

His children were born as follows: the second at Eoyalston, Mass., the first,
third, fourth, fifth at Louisville, Ky., and all of the others on the farm in Pettis
County, Mo., fifteen miles north of Sedalia.

CHILDREN.

5977a. i. Julia Stewart 9 , b. Feb. 11, 1847; m. at Marshall, Mo., Nov. 19, 1872,
Samuel Davis, elected judge in 1900 of the Fifteenth Judicial District in
Marshall, Mo., where he studied and practiced law. He was b. on a farm
near Marshall, Mo., April 17, 1847, son of Jesse Davis, county clerk of
Saline County, Mo., and his wife, Lavinia (Jarboe) Davis. They reside
at Marshall, Mo., and have four children :

5987. 1. Louise Haven Davis, b. April 15, 1874; d. Oct. 8, 1875.

5988. 2. Jessie" Davis, b. Sept. 28, 1875 ; d. July 27, 1876.

5989. 3. George Neicton* Davis, b. Nov. 26, 1876 ; a lawyer in Macon, Mo. ; unm.

(1908).

5990. 4. Julia Shelborn' Davis, b. May 13, 1878; d. Feb. — , 1879.

5978. ii. Mary Phebe 8 , b. July 27, 1849, in Royalston, Mass. ; d. Aug. 17, 1849, aged

21 days.

5979. iii. Mary Gertrude 8 , b. May 20, 1850 ; unm. ; resides at Marshall, Mo.

5980. iv. Fannie Louise 8 , b. Nov. 6, 1852; m. July 9, 1890, William Ferdinand

Redman, mine owner; son of James Blair and Margaret (Gallatin) Red-
man. They reside in Marshall, Mo., and have one child :

5991. 1. James Newton 9 Redman, b. April 24, 1891.

5981. v. George Willard 8 , b. April 8, 1855 ; d. June 14, 1855.

5982. tvi. George Willard 8 , b. Aug. 9, 1856 ; m. Feb. 15, 1905, Pattie Page.

5983. vii. Susie Jones 8 , b. Dec. 2, 1858 ; unm. ; resides at Marshall, Mo.

59S4. viii. Leslie Marmaduke 8 , b. April 15, 1861 ; unm. ; resides at Marshall, Mo. ;
implement clerk.

5985. fix. Charles Dana 8 , b. Feb. 12, 1864; m. Nora Page.

5986. x. Freddie Haven 8 , b. Nov. 17, 1866 ; d. Sept. 17, 1867.



5552. GEORGE BRIGHAM NEWTON 7 (Hezekiah 6 , Nathan B. 5 , Hezekiah 4 ,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Hezekiah and Eliza (Lewis) Newton of Bos-
ton and Royalston, Mass., was born at Boston, March 17, 1823, and died at
Marblehead, Mass., January 12, 1897.

He married at Marblehead, February 26, 1853, Jane Stone, daughter of John
and Nancy Stanley (Newton) Stone of Marblehead, Mass., where she was born
October 4, 1824, and where she died July 11, 1876.

Mr. Newton was engaged in the shoe business in Marblehead, where he resided
and where his only child was born.

CHILD.

5992. i. Mary Eliza 8 , b. May 9, 1853 ; m. Dec. 3, 1879, Benjamin Dennis, who was b.

at Marblehead, Feb. 16, 1851. They were living at Marblehead in 1909.
One child :

5993. 1. George Neivton* Dennis, b. Jan. 31, 1881, at Marblehead. In 1909 he was

a clerk in Boston, residing in Marblehead ; unm.



5563. CHARLES HOMER NEWTON 7 (Elmer 6 , Nathan B. 5 , Hezekiah 4 ,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Deacon Elmer and Adaline (Estabrook) New-



624 NEWTON GENEALOGY

ton of Royalston, Mass., was born there May 13, 1828, and died at Fitchburg,
Mass.. March 12, 1905.

He married at Holden. Mass., August 2, 1855, Harriet Meade, daughter of
Edwin and Harriet (Wheeloek) Meade of Holden, where she was born October
31, 1S33. She died at Fitchburg, Mass.. April 11, 18S6. Three children.

He married (2) August 14, 1889, Adele Estabrook of Fitchburg, Mass., daugh-
ter of Samuel and Lucinda W. (Hayward) Estabrook* of Ashby, Mass., where
she was born November 3, 1856. She was living in 1909 at Fitchburg. Three
children.

Mr. Newton resided with his first wife in Royalston, where he was engaged
in the manufacture of palm-leaf hats. Their three children were born there.
In 1865 and for several years thereafter he was Town Treasurer of Eoyalston.
In 1870 he removed to Fitchburg, Mass., where he was the treasurer and book-
keeper of the "Beoli Mills" for twenty-three years. His last three children were
born at Fitchburg.

CHILDREN" BY FIRST WIFE.

5994. ti. Charles Meade 8 , b. June 20, 1856; m. Ella Fiench Brown.

5995. ii. Homer Estabrook 8 , b. May 10, 1860; d. June 5, 1876.

5996. iii. Lewellyn 8 , b. July 20, 1865 ; d. March 21, 1871.

children by second wife.

5997. iv. Ruth Estabrook 8 , b. Feb. 23, 1891.

5998. v. Doris Stewart 3 , b. Jan. 11, 1891.

5999. vi. Phinehas Stewart 8 , b. March 7, 1896.

5566. EDWARD ELMER NEWTON 7 (Elmer 6 , Nathan B. 5 , Hezekiah*,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ); son of Deacon Elmer and Adaline (Estabrook) New-
ton of Royalston, Mass., was born there, February 5, 1841, and died there March
7, 1887.

He married at Fitzwilliam, N. H, March 9, 1875, Martha Cole, born at West-
moreland, N. H., August 24, 1846 ; living in 1909.

Mr. Newton, in 1909, was living in Winchenden, Mass.



6000. i. Anna Elizabeth 8 , b. Sept. 18, 1887; was living in 190S at Winchenden,
Mass. ; unm.



5584. MARTIN L. NEWTON 7 (Calvin 6 , Luther 5 , Seth 4 , Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 ,
Richard 1 ), son of Calvin and Sally (Newton) Newton of Marlborough, N. H.,
was born there July 21, 1820; was living in Troy, N. H., in 1881.

He married, February 14, 1815, Mary Ann Crombie of Hancock, N. H. She
died April 12, 1847. One child.

He married (2) May 14, 1848, Sarah M. Strong, daughter of Richard and

Sally ( ) Strong of Dublin, N. H., where she was born November 19, 1823.

She died . Two children.

Martin L. Newton settled on the home farm of his father and grandfather in
Marlborough, N. H, where he resided until 1870 when he removed to Troy, N. H.,
where he was living in 1881.

* Estabrook. For previous generations see note to James K. Newton.

Benjamin ESTABROOK 4 (Joseph 3 . Joseph 2 , Rev. Joseph 1 ), a brother of Capt. Ebenezer 4 Esta-
brook of Holden, b. 1729; d. 1803; m. 1757, Hannah Hcbbard ; resided in Lexington, Mass.
Bond records six children. The family give another son :

Nathan Estabrook 5 , bapt. May 10, 1772 ; who m. Sarah Smith and had a son :

Samuel Estabrook 8 , b. Sept. 10, 1821 ; who m. Nov. 28, 1845, Lucinda Hayward. They
lived in Ashby, Mass., and had a daughter, Adile 7 , who m. Charles Homer Xeicton.



BRANCH OF DANIEL G25

G001. i. Hiram C. 8 , b. Dec. 8, 1845. In 1881 he was unmarried and living in Troy,
N. H. He was publisher of The Home Companion, a literary paper which
he started April, 1872.

0002. ii. Jennie 8 , b. Sept. 3, 1855 ; living in 1881 ; unm.

0003. tiii. Ora W. 8 , b. July 22, 1857 ; m. Louie E. Leader.



5596. HON. THOMAS LEARNED NEWTON 7 (Amos 6 , Simeon 5 , Seth 4 ,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Amos and Lydia (Learned) Newton of Hollis-
ton and Templeton, Mass., was born at Templeton, July 27, 1827.

He married in Hanover, N. H., October 29, 1854, Harriet A. Childs, daughter
of Alden and Betsey (Atherton) Childs of Hanover, N. H., where she was born
August 9, 1833.

Hon. Thomas L. Newton was one of the pioneers of Dodge County, Wis. In
1912 he writes : "I left Templeton in the early fifties." And, "I came west about
sixty years ago." This would be in about 1852. He went to Beaver Dam, Wis.,
when it was a small settlement, where he has made his home till tbe present time.
He conducted the largest store in the city for many years. He has now retired
from active business, although he continues to be one of the directors of the
Eirst National Bank of Beaver Dam. He has always been a large holder of
real estate in that and surrounding towns. He has been a successful raiser of
fine-bred horses, and is considered one of the best judges of animals in the state.
He was one of the founders of the Wisconsin State Agricultural Society and its
Secretary 1887-1890; and President of the Wisconsin State Board of Agricul-
ture, 1899.

Mr. Newton and his wife were both living in 1913 at Beaver Dam, Wis. Their
three children were born at Beaver Dam, Wis.

CHILDREN.



0004. ti. Theodore Learned 8 , b. ; m. Trinse Hilder-Ovant.

6005. ii. Fred J. 8 , b. ; d. , 1882.

0006. iii. Metta 8 , b. ; m. Dec. — , 1898, B. S. Barber. They had three children,

and she died , 1900. Her children were :

6007. 1. Bert Xeicton* Barber, b. Sept. 14, 1899.

6008. 2. Marcus Cliilds» Barber, b. Dec. 28, 1900.

6009. 3. John Lynn 9 Barber, b. Oct. 2, 1903.

5597. EDWIN NEWTON 7 (Amos 6 , Simeon 5 , Seth 4 , Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Ricb
ard 1 ), son of Am os and Lydia (Learned) Newton of Holliston and Templeton,
Mass., was born at Templeton, twin with his sister Emily A., January 15, 1830,
and died at Southern Pines, N. C, May 10, 1910.

He married at Lisbon, N. H., "in the Eall of 1873," Emma McKean of that
place, daughter of Ebenezer Eaton and Hannah Clark (Merrill) McKean of
Landaff, N. H., where she was born August 12, 1848. She died at Worcester,
Mass., October 30, 1882.

Mr. Newton was a farmer. He lived several years in Lisbon, N. H., where his
son was born, and removed from there in 1890 to Southern Pines, N. C, where
he continued his business of farming. For a time he was in Carthage, Mo.

CHILD.

6010. ti. Scott Rockwood 8 , b. March 14, 1877 ; m. Mary Katherine Shaw.

5622. REV. DARIUS AUGUSTINE NEWTON 7 (Darius 6 , Seth 5 , Seth*,
Isaac 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Darius and Harriet Augusta (Fay) Newton
of Southborough and Westborough, Mass., was born at Westborough, October 1,
1855.

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62G NEWTON GENEALOGY

He married at Westborough, Mass., August 2, 1882, Marion Chandler Stone,
daughter of Bela and Martha F. (Chandler) Stone* of Sturbridge, Mass., where
she was born April 14, 1858.

Mr. Newton was graduated from Amherst College, 1879 ; from Andover Theo-
logical Seminary in 1882; was ordained pastor of the First Congregational
Church at Lancaster, Mass. ; before 1907 and years after, was pastor of the
First Congregational Church at Winchester, Mass. ; in December, 1911, is men-
tioned as "of Reading," Mass.

CHILDREN.

0011. i. Hattie Marion 8 , b. June 28, 1883, at Westborough, Mass. ; d. at Winchester,
Mass., Sept. 22, 1890.

G012. ii. Howard Augustine 8 , b. Jan. 2, 1885, at Stoneham, Mass. ; was graduated
from Amherst College, 190G, magna cum laude. He was a member of
Phi Beta Kappa. In 1908 he was a teacher of modern languages in the
Mitchell Military School for Boys, at Billerica, Mass.

G013. iii. Christine Marion 8 , b. Dec. 20, 1890.

G014. iv. Francis Chandler 8 , b. June 30, 1893.

0015. v. Harlan Fay 8 , b. Feb. 8, 1895.



5625. SAMUEL W. NEWTON 7 (Nahum 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum 4 , Ephraim 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Nahum and Martha (Bellows) Newton of Shrews-
bury, was probably born there about 1797 ; and died there , 1880.

"He married (1) a daughter of Jonas Baker:}: of Boylston." [I do not find
it.] He married (2) (int. in Shrewsbury April 12, 1837), Lydia Lurana Fair-
bank Johnson, then of Springfield, Mass., daughter of Eleazer and Sally (Fair-
bank) Johnson§ of West Boylston (and perhaps Sterling, Mass., where she is
recorded at death to have been bom). She was born at West Boylston, June 7,
1812, and died at Shrewsbury, January 18, 1846, aged 33 years, 7 months, 11
days. Puerperal fever. One child.

He married (3) (int. in Shrewsbury April 26, 1846), Mrs. Abigail H. (Bart-
lett||) Smith, widow of Stillman Smith (2d wf.) of Shrewsbury (by whom she
had one child, Lorana Ann Smith, b. April 23, 1835), and daughter of Jotham

and Catherine (Rice) Bartlett of Northborough and Shrewsbury, born .

Stillman Smith died May 14, 1839.

Mr. Newton lived in Shrewsbury. The following children were born there.

He died without a will. The settlement of his estate was administered in 1880.
Case in Probate Court, No. 43,396.

CHILDREN.

i. 8 , son, b. Nov. 12, 1838 ; d. Nov. 16, 1838.

G01G. ii. Waldo Whitney 8 (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1845; was living in 1900 at Shrews-
bury, Mass. ; Clues Street.
0017. iii. Walter Johnson 8 (twin), b. Dec. 15, 1845; living in 1805.



* Bela Stone was the son of Chester Stone and wife Nancy Vinton of Cornish, Vt., whose
m. int. is of record at Sturbridge. Mass.. Aug. 14, 1818.

% Jonas Baker of Sterling and Sally Johnson of West Boylston, int. Nov. 10, 1819, may be
her parents.

S Eleazer Johnson and SALLY Fairbank, m. at West Boylston, Dec. 20, 1810. They had
there Cynthia Ann, b. Feb. 13, 1811 ; Lydia Lurana Fairbank, b. June j, 1812. Nothing further



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