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of them there.

|| Jotham Bartlett 5 (Antipas 4 ). b. 1700. at Northborough; d. Shrewsbury, 1835; rem. to
Shrewsbury, about 1825. having previously lived in Marlborough and Northborough ; m. 1806.
Catherine Rice (dau. Thomas). They had nine children. One was Abigail H., b. between
1806 and 1815.

Antipas Bartlett 4 (Jotham 3 ), b. 1746; d. 1817; m. Lois ; res. Northborough.

Jotham Bartlett 3 (Daniel 2 ), b. 1717; m. 1744, Miriam How; res. Westborough and
Northborough.

Daniel Bartlett 2 (Henry*, b. 1662; from Wales, Eng.), b. 1691; d. 1764; m. Martha
How.



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627



5627. NAHUM NEWTON' (Nahum 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum*, Ephraim 3 , Dan-
iel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Nahum and Martha (Bellows) Newton of Shrewsbury,
Mass., was born about 1802. I suppose he is the Nahum Newton of Shrewsbury
who died February 4, 1866, as noted in the Bigelow Genealogy, page 164.

He married at Bellingham, Mass., April 20, 1831, Adaline Johnson, daughter
of Clark and Patty (Goulding) Johnson* of Worcester, Mass., where she was
born August 18, 1807. She died September 28, 1838, probably in Ohio. She had
one child that was born and died at Shrewsbury, Mass., and it is stated the
family moved to Ohio. There she had at least one other child.

Nahum Newton of Shrewsbury, Mass., who died February 4, 1866, married
Angeline Bigelow, daughter of Nathan and Prudence (Hathaway) Bigelow of
Spencer, Mass., where she was born August 14, 1825. She died at Bloomfield,
Ohio, July 27, 1870. I suppose this to be a second marriage of Nahum Newton. 7

CHILDREN.

6018. i. Eric Judson 8 , b. May 13, 1832 ; d. Aug. 29, 1833.
G019. ii. Edward C. s , b. , 18— ; lived at Columbus, Ohio.



5646. CHARLES AUSTIN NEWTON 7 (Isaac 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum*, Eph-
raim 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Isaac and Sarah (Nelson) Newton of Shrews-
bury, Mass., was born there November 24, 1807, and died .

He married at Shrewsbury, April 2, 1833, Mary Ann Stearns, daughter of
Stephen and Martha (Stratton) Stearns of Shrewsbury, where she was born
December 31, 1808. She died .

Mr. Newton lived in Shrewsbury, where his two children were born.



0020. i. Sarah Elizabeth 8 , b. May 10, 1834; was living in Shrewsbury in 1907; m.
Luther Nelson, who "died long ago." They had two sons and four
daughters. One dau. is

6021. 1. Mary 9 (Mrs.) Hastings; P. O. address, Shrewsbury, R. D.

6022. ii. Susan Elvira 8 , b. Dec. 26, 1841 ; was a widow in 1907 living on Grafton St.,

Shrewsbury, Mass. She m. Winchester, who died . Children :

6023. 1. Ralph" Winchester, b. .

6024. 2. Clara 9 Winchester, b. ; m. Clorn Putnam.

5648. CHESTER VERNON NEWTON 7 (Isaac 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum*, Eph-
raim 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Isaac and Sarah (Nelson) Newton of Shrews-
bury, Mass., was born there April 2, 1812, and died there .

He married at Shrewsbury, May 10, 1837, Harriet Newell Maynard, daughter
of Daniel, Jr., and Zelinda or Malinda (Allen) Maynard:}: of Shrewsbury, where
she was born December 27, 1814. She died .

• The Johnson- pedigree is from Solomon John-son 1 of Sudbury, Mass., 1639, wf. Elinor ;
and runs through his son Solomon 2 , b. about 1627 ; Caleb 3 , b. 1658 ; Solomon*, b. 1690 ;
Daniel 6 , bapt. 1725 ; a soldier of the Revolution ; Clark 8 ; b. 1768 ; d. 1824 ; Adeline 7 , b.
1807 ; m. Nahum Newton 7 .

% Moses Maynard (prob. desc. of John 1 of Sudbury, 16:58, but not traced) of Sudbury ; m.
1724, Lois Stone of Framingham ; res. Sudbury, and had there seven children. One was

Samuel Maynard, b. 1726; m. 1750, Sarah Noyes of Sudbury; moved to Shrewsbury, and
died there in 1755. Three children. Widow m. (2) 1760, Enoch Kingsley of Windsor, Conn.
Oldest child was :

Daniel Maynard, b. 1750 ; d. 1834 ; res. Shrewsbury, on homestead of his father ; m., 1776,
Hannah Harrington, dau. of Samuel of Worcester. She d. in 1838, aged 81. Ten children.
The sixth was

Daniel Maynard, Jr., b. 1789 ; m. 1810 Zki.inda (also Malinda) Allen, dau. of Samuel,
Jr., of Northborough. They had in Shrewsbury eleven children. The third was Harriet
Newell, b. 1814; m. Chester Vernon Xcicton.

See notes, to Josiah Newton 3 (Moses 2 ) and Daniel Newton 8 (Solomon 5 ) for early generations
of Maynard.



028 NEWTON GENEALOGY

Mr. Newton resided in the south part of Shrewsbury, on the farm, that was
the homestead of his great-grandfather, Nahum Newton*, one of the pioneer
settlers of the town. His only son was born there. The old home has been
sold (before 1907), and the family has rernowrl to a house in the center of the
town.

CHILD.

G025. ti. Walter Torry 8 , b. Nov. 25, 1848 ; m. Anna of Nova Scotia.



5659. HARRISON NEWTON 7 (Dana 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum 4 , Ephraim 3 , Dan-
iel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Dana, 2d, and Miriam (Smith) Newton of Shrewsbury

and Barre, Mass., was born about 1803. or 1804, or thereabout, and died ,

1855.

He married (int. in Barre, March 7, 1827 [1829 T. R] Eliza How Dennis,
daughter of Ebenezer Rice and Keziah (Holland) Dennis* of Barre, Mass., where

she was born November 4, 1807, died . She was eighth in descent from

Richard Newton. 1 See below.

Mr. Newton was "of Barre" before his marriage and continued to dwell there
the rest of his life. His children were born there. He died intestate and his
estate was settled by an administrator. The case in Probate Court is designated :
"1855. Newton. Harrison, Barre, Adm., No. 43192."

CHILDREN.

602(1. i. Caroline Miranda 8 , b. Nov. 11, 1827.

G027. ii. Charles Elliott 8 , b. Oct. 25, 1829 ; d. April 22. 1832.

6028. iii. Harriet Emeline 8 , b. June 10, 1833 ; d. Aug. 22, 1837.

6029. iv. Charles Elliott 8 , b. April 17, 1835.

6030. v. Harriet Lydia 8 , b. June 13, 1839.

6031. vi. Mary Eliza 8 , b. Oct. 15, 1842 ; d. Oct. 6, 1849.

6032. vii. Lewis Dennis 8 , b. Feb. 8, 1847.



5660. COURTLAND NEWTON 7 (Dana 6 , Jonathan 3 , Nahum*, Ephraim 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Dana, 2d, and Miriam (Smith) Newton of Shrews-
bury, Barre and , was born about 1805, more or less, and died at Worcester.

He married at Millbury, Mass., June 14, 1832, Parmela Brooks Hinds, daugh-
ter of John and Sally (Bixby) Hinds of Sutton and Millbury, Mass. She was
born at Millbury, December 24, 1809; baptized at Sutton, April 22, 1810, and
died .

Mr. Newton, at marriage, was "of Shrewsbury," and they had a daughter
born there that died young; no record of it.

children.

i. 8 , dau., b. , at Shrewsbury; d. y.

6033. ii. Louisa Jane 8 , b. March 10, 1844 ; was living in 1907.



5687. ANDREW JACKSON NEWTON 7 (Jonathan 6 , Jonathan 5 , Nahum*,
Ephraim 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Jonathan and Anna (Knowlton) Newton
of Shrewsbury, Mass., was born there October 9, 1815, and died at West Boyl-
ston, Mass., , 1889, aged 74.

* Ebenezer Rice 7 Dennis, b. 1789, in Barre. son of Thomas Dennis and wf. Dorothy 9 Rice,
dau. of Ebenezer 5 Rice, son of Simon Rice 4 and wf. Grace Newton 4 , dau. of John 3 (John 2 ,
Kichard 1 ). Thomas Dennis, d. 1809, aged 47; b. 1762. His wife, Dorothy Rice, d. 1827.
aged 60. Three children.



6035.


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111.


G037.


iv.


G038.


V.


G039.


VI.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 029

He married Martha Ann Bigelow, daughter of Dennis and Cynthia (Fletcher)
Bigelow* of West Boylston, where she was born January 3, 1825, and where she
was living in 1907.

Mr. Newton lived for several years after marriage in Marlborough, Mass. ;
three children were born there. Sometime before 1852 the family removed to
West Boylston, where the last three children were born, and where he died.

CHILDREN.

G034. i. Allen G. 8 (twin), b. [June 16, 1845]; d. at Marlborough, Dec. 14, 1845,
aged 5 mos., 29 dys. ; consumption.
Ella Janette 8 (twin), b. June 16, 1845.
Edward Andrew 8 , b. Aug. 27, 1847 ; prob. d. young.
Lorenzo C. 8 , b. Aug. 7, 1852 ; d. July 20, 1873, aged 21.
Edward A. 8 , b. Nov. 5, 1853 ; was living in Boylston, 1907.
Heman B. 8 , b. Dec. 12, 1855 ; d. March 5. 1871 aged 15.

5712. HENRY PHILLIPS NEWTON 7 (George 6 , Peter 5 , Peter*, Abraham 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George and Maria Theresa (Brigham) Newton of
Templeton, Mass., and Chicago, 111., was born at Templeton, November 14, 1829,
and died at Boston, Mass., October 25, 1886, aged 57.

He married at Boston, Mass., July 9, 1854, Lucinda Severy, daughter of
Archibald and Olive (Holman) Severy:}: of Sutton, Mass., and East Dixfield,
Maine. She was born at East Dixfield, Maine, November 24, 1831, and was liv-
ing, in 1907, at No. 84 Myrtle Street, Boston, Mass., his widow.

Mr. Newton was a produce merchant in Boston, where his children were born
and the family resided.

CHILDREN.

Lilla Eva 8 , b. Sept. 9, 1855 ; d. Oct. 4, 1856.

Olive Maria 8 , b. Jan. 30, 1860; m. in Boston, July 27, 1882, Barnabas B.
Platner, who was b. at Cherry Valley, N. Y. They were living in 1907
in Buffalo, N. Y., their home city, where they had four children :

1. Irene 9 Platner, b. May 29, 1884.

2. Louise 9 Platner, b. March 22, 1888.

3. Henry Newton 9 Platner, b. April 22, 1895.

4. Jennie Lucinda" Platner, b. Sept. 12, 1899.

iii. Lucia Viola 8 , b. Feb. 18, 1862 ; d. Jan. 20, 1863.

iv. George Henry 8 , b. Aug. 30, 1867 ; was living in Boston, where he was em-
ployed as clerk in 1907. He m. there, April 29, 1897, Helen V. Thomas,
who was born in Boston.

5713. PETER AUGUSTINE NEWTON 7 (George 6 , Peter*, Peter 4 , Abra-
ham 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George and Maria Theresa (Brigham) Newton
of Templeton, Mass., and Chicago, 111., was born at Templeton, May 10, 1831,
and died at Chicago, 111., November 18, 1905, aged 74. Burial at Graceland
Cemetery, Chicago, 111.

He married at Chicago, 111., September 2, 1857, Charlotte Elizabeth Castle,
daughter of Stephen Vickery and Sophia (Earl) Castle of Westfield, Vt., where
she was born December 23, 1833. She died in Chicago, 111., December 23, 1868,
aged 35. Three children.



6040.


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6041.


ii.


6044.




6045.




6046.




6047.




6042.


iii


0043.


iv.



♦Dennis Bigelow 8 (Abel 5 , Amariah 4 , Samuel 3 , Samuel 2 , John* of Watertown), b. 1779.

Abel Bigelow, b. 1755 ; d. 1821 ; m. In 1778, Martha Bigelow 6 (Joseph^, Jr., Joseph",
John 3 , Samuel 2 , John 1 ).

The first four generations In Watertown, the others in Marlborough, Boylston and West
Boylston.

t Archibald Severy (s. of Jacob), b. Jan. 22, 1773, at Sutton; m. there Feb. 17, 1805,
Olive Holman, dau. of Solomon and Sarah Holman of Petersham, where she was b. Nov. 11,
1784. They removed to East Dixfield, Maine. Her sister, Judith Holman, m. in 1703, Moody
Severy, brother of Archibald. The parents of Archibald were :

Jacob Severy m. Abigail ; lived in Sutton, where they had twelve children.



030 NEWTON GENEALOGY

He married (2) at Chicago, 111., October 27, 1870, a sister of his first wife,
Jennette Euronah Castle, born at Westfield, Vt., October 1, 1843. She was
living, his widow, in 1906, at No. 712 East Forty-fifth Street, Chicago, 111. Three
children.

Mr. Newton, a young man, came to Chicago, 111., in 1856, and founded there
a milk business, which since his death has been continued and carried on by
his son. He was for many years a prominent member of the Milk Dealers'
Association. His home was at No. 4500 Prairie Avenue, Chicago, 111., where he
died. His children were all born in Chicago, 111.

CHILDREN.

6048. i. Henrietta 8 , b. Sept. 23, 1861 ; d. , 1868.

6049. ii. Agnes Isadore 8 . b. Jan. 18, 1863 ; m. William Vallins. They were living in

1906 at St. Paul, Minn. Child :

6050. 1. Harry Newton* Vallins, b. , 1882.

6051. tiii. Leslie Castle 8 , b. March 2, 1866 ; m. Elizabeth Stafford.

6051a. iv. Charlotte Elizabeth 8 , b. Dec. 9, 1871; m. at Chicago, 111., Oct. 22, 1894,

Timothy H. Ingwersen. son of Henry and Margaretta ( ) Ingwersen

of Lyons, Iowa, and Chicago, 111. He was born at Bryant, Iowa. They
were living in 1906 on Prairie Ave., Chicago, 111., "in the next house to
mine" (her mother's). Their children are :

6054. 1. Henry Netvton' Ingicersen, b. July 19, 1896.

6055. 2. Jennette" Ingwersen, b. April 30, 1898.

6056. 3. Philip Augustine 9 Ingwersen, b. Nov. 16, 1899.

6057. 4. Richard Castle" Ingicersen, b. Aug. 2, 1902.

6058. 5. Charlotte" Ingwersen, b. Jan. 20, 1907.

6052. v. Peter Augustine 8 , Jr., b. July 1, 1873 ; graduated from Cornell University,

Ithaca, N. Y., in 1894 ; in 1906 was living at Joliet, 111., where he was
employed at the United States Steel Mills, assistant superintendent. He
m., Sept. 20, 1899, Clara Edith Calmer, daughter of Michael and Theressa
( ) Calmer of Joliet, 111. No children.

6053. vi. Ralph Henry 8 , b. Jan. 26, 1882 ; carried on the milk business founded by

his father ; unm., in 1906 ; residing with his mother.



5714. SAMUEL DEXTEE NEWTON 7 (George 6 , Peter 5 , Peter*, Abraham 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George and Maria Theresa (Brigham) Newton of
Templeton, Mass., and Chicago, 111., was born at Templeton, January 18, 1833,
and died at Chicago, 111., July 28, 1886, aged 53. Heart disease. He died
suddenly while at work.

He married at Chicago, 111., May 16, 1865, Urania Earle Hinkley, daughter
of Oramil and Phebe A. (Earle) Hinkley* of Brandon, Vt., and Eagle, Wis.
She was born at Eagle, Wis., January 24, 1843, and was living, his widow, in 1906,
at No. 5712 Normal Avenue, Chicago, 111.

Mr. Newton came to Chicago when a young man and settled there. Occupa-
tion, milk dealer. He was a soldier of the Civil War. Served through the war
in "Taylor's Chicago Battery" — "was three years in the Artillery." He married
after his war service.

children.

6059. i. Etta Hinckley 8 , b. July 4, 1868; m. Aug. — , 1886, William B. Moak, a
lawyer in Chicago, son of William and Hannah (Ramsdell) Moak J of
Albany, N. Y., where he was born. He came to Chicago when 'three years
old. They were living in Chicago in 1906. Their children, born there,
were :

6065. 1. Raymond? Moak, b. Julv 14, 1887.

60(56. 2. Olive Moak, b. Feb. 14, 1888.

6067. 3. Mildred 9 Moak, b. May 2, 1895.

* Oramil Hinkley was b. at Brandon, Vt., in 1809, and came to Wisconsin in 1840. Phebe
A. Earle was b. at Westford, Vt., in 1810.

t William Moak was born at Albany, N. Y. Hannah Ramsdell was born at Utica, N. Y.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 631

G0G8. 4. Gertrude" Moak, b. Jan. 6, 1897.

6069. 5. Marguerite 9 Moak, b. June 2, 1898.

6060. ii. Mortimer Brigiiam 8 , b. July 29, 1872 ; d. July 29, 1878.

6061. fiii. Samuel Henry 8 , b. Feb. 18, 1876; m. Etta Wall.

6062. iv. Emily Jennette 8 , b. April 14, 1878 ; d. Oct. 23, 1892.

6063. v. George Garfield 8 , b. July 29, 1880 ; d. Oct. 21, 1883.

6064. vi. Paul Leroy 8 , b. June 9, 1885; a steamfitter ; unm. in 1906; residing in

Chicago, 111.



5715. EDWAKD FRANKLIN NEWTON 7 (George 6 , Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abra-
ham 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George and Maria Theresa (Brigham) Newton
of Templeton, Mass., and Chicago, 111., was born at Templeton, February 28, 1835.

He married at Concord, 111., December 3, 1866 or 1867, Adelaide True,
daughter of John S. and Harriet M. (Veril) True of Pittsneld, N. H, and
Concord, 111. She was born at Concord, 111., June 10, 1848. She was living
in 1907.

Mr. Newton went to Chicago, 111., about September 1, 1858, as a young man,
and settled there. He became interested in the business of dairyman and milk-
dealer and has been for some time proprietor of firm of "P. A. Newton and
Brothers Dairy Company," No. 2437 Indiana Ave., Chicago, 111., but had retired
from active service before 1907, while still holding proprietorship. He has been
a member of the First Baptist Church Society for many years. He is a man of
integrity and worth. Mr. and Mrs. Newton reside at No. 3291 South Park
Avenue, Chicago, 111. (1907).

Their children were bom at Jacksonville, 111.

children.

6070. i. Harriet Maria 8 , b. Jan. 11, 1868 ; m. at Roswell, New Mexico, May 15, 1905,

William Edgar Parkhurst, son of William and Harriet (Butterfield) Park-
hurst of Boston, Mass., where he was born Dec. 4, 1860. He died at
Roswell, N. Mex., June 15, 1905.

6071. ii. Frank Ashton 8 , b. July 31, 1873 ; d. at Chicago, 111., July 21, 1892, aged 19.



5717. GEORGE WILLIAM NEWTON 7 (George 6 , Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 .
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of George and Maria Theresa (Brigham) Newton of
Templeton, Mass., and Chicago, 111., was born at Templeton, March 29, 1841,
and died at Chicago, 111., January 16, 1889, aged 48.

He married Harriet Augusta Leland, daughter of Moses, Jr., and Sarah
(Brooks) Leland* of Templeton, Mass., where she was born February 5, 1843
[T. R.]. She was living, his widow, in 1906, at No. 487 West Adams Street,
Chicago, 111.

Mr. Newton was a soldier of the Civil War, serving in the 57th Massachusetts
regiment. Infantry. He married after the close of the war.

children.

6072. i. Gertrude', b. , 18 — ; m. Fred Newey.

6073. ii. Arthur Brooks 8 , b. . IS — ; m. Florence Cotton.

6074. iii. Alice 8 , b. , 18 — ; unm. in 1906.

* Moses Leland, Sr., of Templeton, m. in Sherborn, 1807, Patience Babcock ; res. Temple-
pleton, and had Lcandvr, 1808; Larkin M. and Wm. E. (twins), 1811; Hoses, Jr.. b. May 4,
1814; Charles, 1815; Ithoda W. t 1817; Henry C, 1820; Frederic. 1820: George It., 1S28.

Moses Leland, Jr., m. April 20, 1842, in and of Princeton, Sarah BROOKS, who had two

children and prob. died, for he m. Lucy , and had another child that d. soon. Children

b. in Templeton were: Harriet Augusta, 1843; EUea Ann, 1844. By \vf. Li cv. Ellen Maria,
1849 ; d. soon.

For previous generations see records of Sherborn and Holliston, Mass.



(532 NEWTON GENEALOGY

5727. JAMES WALTER NEWTON 7 (Asa 6 , Peter 5 , Peter 4 , Abraham 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Asa and Rebecca Prescott (Dolbear) Newton of
Templeton, Mass., was born there October 12, 1837, and died in Norwich, Conn.,
November 13, 1901, aged 64.

He married in Norwich, Conn., January 28, 1863, Nancy Jemima Maples,

daughter of John and Nancy ( ) Maples of Norwich, Conn., where she

was born October 26, 1840. She died July 29, 1896. One son.

He married (2) June 22, 1898, Julia A. Hawkins of Central Village, Conn.

Mr. Newton resided at Norwich, Conn., where his son was born.

CHILD.

G075. ti. John Maples 8 , b. June 30, 1865 ; m. Annie Etta IMerson.



5742. CAPT. ELIJAH BRUCE NEWTON 7 (Charles 6 , Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 ,
Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 , Richard 1 ), son of Charles, 2d, and Nabby (Bruce) Newton
of Phillipston, Mass., was born there July 15, 1803, and died at Templeton, Mass.,
October 20, 1861, aged 58. G. S. Burial in Pine Grove Cemetery at Templeton.

He married at Royalston, Mass., January 9, 1827, Cynthia Gale, twin daughter
of Isaac and Elizabeth (Cutler) Gale* of Royalston, where she was born Sep-
tember 1, 1801. She died at Templeton, April 3, 1829, aged 27. G. S. Burial
beside her husband. One son.

He married (2) at Templeton, June 24, 1830, Martha Ann Wright, daughter
of Landard Wright. "She was born at Templeton," February 26, 1809 (no
record of it), and died at Athol, Mass., January 29, 1888, aged 78 years, 11
months, 3 days. G. S. Burial beside her husband. She and her daughter Martha
Elizabeth died the same day; their funerals were the same day. She had five
children.

Elijah Bruce Newton was Captain of the Templeton Company of militia. He
resided in Templeton; was a farmer there; his children were born there, I am
told, but there is no town record of it. The deaths of the sons Rufus and
Simeon are taken from their gravestones in the cemetery at South Royalston,
and the same are on the church records at Templeton.

The will of Elijah B. Newton of Templeton was probated there in 1861, the
number of the case in Court being 43,127.

CHILDREN.

0070. ti. Charles Otis 8 , b. March 29, 1829; m. Ann Maria Norcross.

0077. ii. Rufus 8 , b. July 0, 1832 ; d. Jan. 11, 1833, aged mos. C. R.

0078. iii. Cynthia Gale 8 , b. May 14, 1836; d. Dec. 21, 1887; m. July 5, 1859, Charles

Harlow Searles, son of James and Martha (Waters) Searles. He d. June
15, 1863, in New Orleans, La. Children :
6082. 1. Frank Dana 9 Searles, b. May 18, 1800, at Templeton; m. at Belleville,

N. J., Jan. 17, 1887, Anna Louise Morse, dau. of Thomas D. and
Sarah E. (Lewis) Morse of Franklin, Mass., where she was b. March
18, 1860. Occupation, tonsorial artist. Their children, born at
Franklin, are :

♦"Isaac Gale, Jr." (Isaac), b. ; d. Royalston, 1779; res. Sutton and Royalston,

m. in Sutton, Aug. 11, 1756, Mehitable Ddnell ; had b. in Sutton: Peter, 1756; Susanna,
1758 ; Isaac, b. Dec, 1759 ; Jonathan, 1761 ; James, 1763 ; d. 1771 ; Judith, 1765 ; David,
1767 ; had b. in Royalston : Jonas, Dec. 14, 1770 ; James, 1773 ; Silas. 1774 ; d. y. ; Hannah,
1775 ; d. y. ; Dolle, 1777. On May 20, 1770, he had the following children bapt. in the church
at Royalston : James, Judith, David, Aaron. Cornelius, John, Lucy, Reuben. Sarah. These
are all the children of Isaac and Mehitable. "Isaac, Jr." in the births at Sutton.

Isaac Gale (Isaac, Jr.), b. 1758; d. Royalston "1826, an. 65"; cancer; m. in Royalston,
Nov. 16, 1782, Elizabeth Cutler, who d. his widow, 1826, aged 63 or 64. They had children
b. in Royalston: Methitable, 1783; Cynthia and Otis (twins), 1801; other twins of Isaac
that d. 1785; Isaac and Jonathan (twins), 1790; Elizabeth, 1797; Sally, 1806; and I sup-
pose Catherine L., "dau. of late Isaac," who m. 1844, Samuel G. Metcalf.



BRANCH OF DANIEL 633

6084. 1. Dana Ovry 10 Searles, b. , 1891.

6085. 2. Genevieve 10 Searles, b. , 1S94.

6086. 3. Lela 10 Searles, b. , 1896.

6083. 2. Charles Harloiv* Searles, Jr., b. Jan. 26, 1863; m. Katherine Franks of

Canada. They reside (1909) in Cincinnati, Ohio. Their children are:

6087. 1. Howard Dana 10 Searles, b. Dec. 19, 1884.

6088. 2. Carl 10 Searles, b. , 1886.

6089. 3. Rothwell 10 Searles, b. Aug. — , 1900.

6090. 4. Muriel 10 Searles, b. Sept. — , 1905.

6079. iv. Simeon 8 , b. Sept. 6, 1839 ; d. March 19, 1841 ; aged 1 yr., 6 inos., 13 dys.

6080. v. Henry 9 , b. June 15, 1841 ; d. Feb. 9, 1876 ; unm.

6081. fvi. Martha Elizabeth 8 , b. May 29, 1842; d. at Athol, Jan. 29, 1888; m. at

Orange, April 8, 1863, her cousin, Willard Newton 8 (6094), which see,
and had one daughter :
1. Nellie Helena Newton*, b. July 27, 1S03.



5744. GILMAN D. NEWTON 7 (Charles 6 , Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Kichard 1 ), son of Charles, 2d, and Nabby (Bruce) Newton of Phillips-
ton, Mass., was born there August 14, 1807, and died there August 25, 1895,
aged 88.

He married at Phillipston, May 12, 1831, Sophia Lyon, daughter of Luther
and Mary (Turner) Lyon* of Lancaster, Mass., where she was born November
25, 1804. She died at Phillipston, December 21, 1873. Seven children.

He married (2) April 8, 1874, a sister of his first wife, Mrs. Mary Ann
(Lyon) Oakes, widow of Abraham Oakes, Jr., of Athol, who was brother of Ira
Oakes who married Harriot Newton 7 . [See note to Charles Newton, 2d.] She
was born at Lancaster, February 2, 1808, and died at Athol, January 8, 1894.
She married (1) at Phillipston, November 5, 1829, Abraham Oakes, Jr., by whom
she had in Athol eight children.

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

CHILDREN.

6091. ti. Luther Lyon 8 , b. Feb. 23, 1832 ; m. Phebe Rich.

6092. tii. Simon Bruce 8 , b. June 9, 1835; m. (1) Susan Kendall; m. (2) Isabella

(Turner) Lewis.
6092a. iii. Sophia 8 (twin), b. April 30, 1837; d. April 12, 1843. aged 6 yrs.

6093. tiv. Silas Harry 8 (twin), b. April 30, 1837; m. Nettie C. Doolittle.

6094. tv. AYillard 8 , b. Oct. 26, 1839; in. (1) Martha E. Newton; m. (2) Mrs. Amelia

Olive (Stetson) Spear.

6095. vi. Sylvester 8 , b. June 5, 1843; d. July 21, 1846, aged 3 yrs.

6096. tvii. Elijah Sylvester 8 , b. March 8, 1846; in. Emma Esther Ilarwood.



5774. EDMUND NEWTON 7 (Thomas 6 , Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 ,
Daniel 2 , Kichard 1 ), son of Thomas and Rebecca (Turner) Newton of Phillipston,
Mass., was born there June 19, 1816. He died .

He married at Phillipston, December 1, 1840, Mary M. Cashin "of Phillipston."
The marriage is also recorded in Spencer.

Mr. Newton was "of Gardner" at date of his marriage and he continued to
reside there. Four children were born there.

CHILDREN.

6097. i. Mary Ellen 8 , b. Sept. 6. 1841 ; d. Sept. 11, 1841.

6098. ii. George W. 8 , b. Dec. 3, 1JU3.

6099. iii. Altiiea Ann 8 , b. May 15, 1S40.

6100. iv. Franklin D. 8 , b. April 13, 1855.

• Luther Lyon of Harvard m. at Phillipston, Feb. 7, 1802, Mary (Tolly> Turner.



g 3 4 NEWTON GENEALOGY

5779. IKA C. NEWTON 7 (Edmund 6 , Edmund 5 , Lemuel 4 , Samuel 3 , Daniel 2 ,



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