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About Richard Newton
Came from England to Sudbury Massachusetts in 1638-39. Came to Boston on the ship Susan and Ellen in 1635.
With others petitioned General Court in Boston on May 14, 1656 to grant a tract of land 6 miles square called Marlborough. November 26, 1660 he received 30 acres of land in the southern part of town into Southborough. The size of the plot was 7th out of 38.
1. Richard*1 Newton was born Bet. 1601 - 1609, and died Aug 24, 1701 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass. He married Anne* Loker 1640 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass. She was born Aug 01, 1605 in England, and died Dec 05, 1697 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass.
More About Richard* Newton and Anne* Loker: Marriage: 1640, Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.
Children of Richard* Newton and Anne* Loker are:
+ 2 i. John Newton, born Oct 20, 1641 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Oct 16, 1723 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass.
3 ii. Ezekial Newton, born Oct 20, 1643 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.
+ 4 iii. Mary Newton, born Jun 22, 1644 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Dec 28, 1728 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass.
+ 5 iv. Moses* Newton, born Mar 26, 1646 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died May 23, 1736 in Southboro, Worcester Co., Mass.
+ 6 v. Deacon Joseph Newton, born Abt. 1648 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Sep 24, 1727 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass.
+ 7 vi. Elizabeth Newton, born Abt. 1650 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died 1718 in Marshfield, Plymouth Co., Mass.
+ 8 vii. Sarah Newton, born Abt. 1652 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Aft. Oct 10, 1713.
9 viii. Hannah Newton, born Apr 13, 1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Apr 13, 1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.
10 ix. Henry Newton, born Apr 13, 1654 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass. as an "infant".
+ 11 x. Daniel Newton, born Dec 21, 1655 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Nov 29, 1739 in Southboro, Worcester Co., Mass.
+ 12 xi. Isaac Newton, born Abt. 1657 in Sudbury, Middlesex Co., Mass.; died Aug 12, 1685 in Marlboro, Middlesex Co., Mass.
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A very helpful document on Richard is found at Ancestry.
Birth: Apr. 9, 1609 Lincolnshire, England Death: Jun. 23, 1697 Marlborough Middlesex County Massachusetts, USA
I've found two different death years for Richard. 1697 and 1701. I go with 1697. Richard was the son of Robert Isaac and Thankful Newton. One of the many stories about Richard is that he just might be a brother of the father of Sir Isaac Newton....That is still being worked on by me.
Richard's first wife was Alice. They married in England and had two children: Anne and Richard, Jr. Richard came to America in 1638 at Sudbury, Middlesex County in Massechusetts.
He married his 2nd. wife Anne or Hannah Loker. Anne was recorded being born August 1, 1605 in Bures St. Mary County Essex, England. Anna died Dec 5, 1691 in Marlborough, MA. Thus it makes sence that he married the second time in England as well.
He is said to have died at Marlborough Mass, August 24, 1701? "aged about a hundred".
Children of Richard Newton and Anne Loker, all born in the USA were:
John Newton b 20 Oct 1641 Sudbury Mass
Ezekiel Newton b 1643 Sudbury Mass
Mary Newton b 22 Jan 1644 Sudbury..m Jonathon Johnson Sr on 14 Oct 1663
Moses Newton b 20 Oct 1645 Sudbury..m Joanna Larkin 27 Oct 1668..She died 25 Dec 1713 2nd wife Sarah Joslin on 14 Apr 1714
Joseph Newton b 1648 m1669 Katherine Wood 2nd wife m 3 Aug 1719 to Ruth Stone
Elizabeth Newton b 1650 Sudbury m 1664 Jacob Dingley
Sarah Newton b 1652 Sudbury m 1669 James Taylor
Hannah Newton b 13 Apr 1654 died young twin of Henry
Henry Newton b 13 Apr 1654 died young as well
Daniel Newton b 21 Dec 1655 m 30 Dec 1679 in Marlboro to Susanna Morse
Isaac Newton b 1657 m 1685 to a cousin Rebecca ___?
Parents: Robert Isaac Newton (1565 - 1641) Thankful Newton (1581 - ____) Spouse: Anne Loker Newton (1605 - 1697)
From - THE ANCESTRY OF REUBEN NEWTON (1774 - 1833) By Myron L. Newton, Jr.
Richard Newton was born about 1601 or possibly Jan. 18, 1590 in Bures, St. Mary, Suffolk, England. He arrived in the Colonies from England around 1638 at about age 37 at the time, plus or minus a year. His actual birth year and age have never been firmly established. Rather, they were extrapolated from notes found in his official record of death. Nor has his place of birth or residence in England been established. Ermina ?supposes? that Richard and his future wife may have known each other in England, but no proof is offered for this comment.
Richard was one of the original settlers of the Town of Sudbury, a new settlement within the Massachusetts Bay Company boundaries. A map of the original Sudbury settlement, showing the location of Richard Newton's house-lot, may be viewed on the Internet (also see references). In 1645, Richard became a "freeman" meaning, among other things, that he had the right to hold public office and pledged to uphold the laws of the Government. Another document, from 1647, indicated that Richard was a debtor to the estate of Nathaniel Sparrowhawke of Cambridge. It is unknown if this debt was incurred for travel to the Colonies, or for monies used to improve his newly acquired land.
In 1660, the ?plantation? of Marlborough was laid out and settled by thirty-eight individuals, many of them Sudbury's residents. Richard was granted, or drew by lot, thirty acres of land in this new development. Marlborough is only a few miles west of Sudbury and, as Sudbury had been earlier, abutted Indian territory. Skirmishes with the native Indians were not uncommon. A copy of the document allotting house-lots in Marlborough may be viewed on the Internet(also see references). Richard?s original land in Marlborough became part of Southborough in 1727.
Over the years Richard acquired additional land and when he died, on August 24, 1701, he owned about 130 acres. Into the official record of his death was added ?almost a hundrid (sic) years old? by the town clerk. Richard may not have actually been age 100 when he died, but officials in his community and family recognized his advanced age and may have had ?word-of-mouth? information as to longevity. Prior to his death, Richard had handed down all (most) of his land to his sons.
Ermina Leonard believed that Richard Newton had only one wife, Anne Loker. At various times she was called Ana, Anna, or Hannah. Anne was the daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Loker of Bures St. Mary, County of Essex, England and was probably born between 1608 and 1612. Anne and her siblings arrived in Sudbury as early as 1638, in the company of their widowed mother. Richard Newton and Anne Loker married around 1640, and Anne (Loker) Newton died in Marlborough on December 5, 1697.
From 1641 until around 1655, Richard and Anne (Loker) Newton had nine children: Children of Richard and Anne Loker Newton
John b 20 Oct 1641 Sudbury Mass Ezekiel b 1643 Sudbury Mass Mary b 22 Jan 1644 Sudbury. m. Jonathon Johnson Sr on 14 Oct 1663 Moses b 20 Oct 1645 Sudbury. m. Joanna Larkin 27 Oct 1668. She died 25 Dec 1713 2nd wife Sarah Joslin on 14 Apr 1714 Joseph b 1648 m. 1669 Katherine Wood 2nd wife m. 3 Aug 1719 to Ruth Stone Elizabeth b. 1650 Sudbury m. 1664 Jacob Dingley Sarah b. 1652 Sudbury m. 1669 James Taylor Hannah b. 13 Apr 1654 died young twin of Henry Henry b. 13 Apr 1654 died young as well Daniel b. 21 Dec 1655 m 30 Dec 1679 in Marlboro to Susanna Morse Isaac b. 1657 m 1685 to a cousin Rebecca ___?
Reuben Newton was descended from Moses. Biography 2
From Historical reminiscences of the early times in Marlborough, Massachusetts ... By Ella A. Bigelow
It was in 1640 that Richard Newton came over from England to settle in Sudbury, Mass. He was made freeman in 1643 and was one of the early petitioners for Marlborough. His land was in the southerly part of the town which became Southborough. Records say that he died aged "about 100 years." His son Daniel was born in 1655, and when the latter was about 25 years old he married Susanna Morse and built the house above. They named their first son Daniel, and he was in the Trench war. The great grandson of Richard named William whom the neighbors called "Old King Newton" because he was so resolute and fearless, married Elizabeth Wright of Framingham, whose children William and Lucv continued living on the old farm after the old folks had gone to their long home, each preferring a single life to the separation of each other. Lucv, surviving her beloved brother, lived to be over ninety years of age, Birth
15 JAN 1609 of Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England Birth:
Date: 18 JAN 1590 Place: of St. Marys, Bures, Suffolk, England
Husband: Richard Newton Wife: Ann (Loker) Looker Child: Elizabeth Newton Marriage:
Date: 9 AUG 1636 Place: Sudbury, Massachusetts (Middlesex)
Date: 24 AUG 1701 Place: Southborough, Massachusetts (Worcester)
09 AUG 1636 Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA
From The Newton Family, Effingham County, Georgia, by Nina Newton Usher.
Richard Newton of Colsterworth, England - Baptised April 9, 1609. From the available records it appears that Richard was first married in England to a woman by the name of Alice. He is said to have fathered 2 children in England, Ann Newton and Richard Newton Jr. These two children remained in England (When Richard Sr. moved to Massachusetts in 1639) He in known in the United States history as "Richard of Sudbury" He later moved to Marlborough, Mass. where he owned land.
He married Hannah (Ann) Loker.(Note: He was the uncle of Sir Isaac Newton.)
Richard Newton died August 5, 1701, Hannah Loker Newton died Dec 5, 1697.
The following paragraph was taken from "The Compendum of American Genealogy" page 50. "Newton, Richard (b. 1601-1609 - d. 1701) He was a founder of Sudbury Mass., freeman. 1645. He married Ann Loker, sister of Henrie Loker, d. Bures St. Mary, Essex, Eng., 1630.". Note
I've found two different death years for Richard. 1697 and 1701. I go with 1697. Richard was the son of Robert Isaac and Thankful Newton. One of the many stories about Richard is that he just might be a brother of the father of Sir Isaac Newton....That is still being worked on by me(?).
Richard's first wife was Alice. They married in England and had two children: Anne and Richard, Jr. Richard came to America in 1638 at Sudbury, Middlesex County in Mass.
He married his 2nd. wife Anne or Hannah Loker. Anne was recorded being born August 1, 1605 in Bures St. Mary County Essex, England. Anna died Dec 5, 1691 in Marlborough, MA. Thus it makes sense that he married the second time in England as well.
He is said to have died at Marlborough Mass, August 24, 1701? "aged about a hundred". Sources
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=73807049 http://www.ourfamilyhistories.org/familygroup.php?familyID=F1179&tree=00 McCartney & McClung Families Genealogy: Descendants of Richard Newton [http://www.on-sitetraining.com/Ancestors/ui55.htm
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=Biography Richard Newton==========(Newton-5990)
DOB: 18 January 1590 Bures St Mary, Suffolk, England DOD: 24 August 1701 Southborough, Worcester, Massachusetts USA
Father: Isaac Newton DOB: 1577 St Mary, Essex, England DOD: 1641 Westby, Lincolnshire, England Mother: Thanks Newton DOB: 1577 DOD: 18 January 1589 at 12 years old
She died in childbirth or soon after having had her son Richard. The question is if Richard Newton's dob is 1590 and the death of his Mother Thanks is given as 1589 then his dob is incorrect. I think January 18 1589 is the correct dob. And given her age of 12 it make perfect sense that she would not have survived.
I have listed 7 other siblings for Richard but no mention of WHO the mother was. There are two BEFORE Richard - Isabel Newton (1596- __) Elizabeth Newton (1600-1688) Then Richard (1589) Then follows - Isaac Newton (1606-1642) Robert Newton (1607-1677) Richard Newton (1609-1665) Mary Newton (1612 -___) Ann Newton (1616 - ___)
If anyone can help clear this up please do so!**
Richard Newton Married TWICE 1. Alice Jones on 27 April 1615 at St Giles, Cripplegate, London, England. Age given for Richard is 14. Its probably there was issue as 21 years pass before his next marriage. to 2. Hannah Loker (1 Aug 1605 -5 Dec 1697) married 9 August 1636. Groom is 35. They have a daughter Anna (BEF 11 Oct 1637 -13 April 1654) Born at Bures, St Mary, Suffolk, England dies in Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts USA at 17 yrs old.
↑ Richardson, Douglas. "The Riddlesdale Alias Loker Family of Beres Saint Mary, Suffolk, England and Sudbury, Massachusetts", in The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society), 143:331.
Bures St. Mary parish registers, on microfiche at Suffolk Record Office: Richard Newton and Ann Locarr married 9 August 1636.
Full text of "Newton genealogy, genealogical, biographical, historical; being a record of the descendants of Richard Newton of Sudbury and Marlborough, Massachusetts 1638, with genealogies of families descended from the immigrants, Rev. Roger Newton of Milford, Connecticut, Thomas Newton of Fairfield, Connecticut, Matthew Newton of Stonington, Connecticut, Newtons of Virginia, Newtons near Boston"
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RICHARD NEWTON (son of RICHARD NEWTON III) was born 1605 in SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, and died 24 Aug 1701 in MIDDLESEX, MASS.He married Anne LOKER on 1636 in BURES,ESSEX,ENGLAND, daughter of HENRY LOKER and ELIZABETH FRENCH. More About RICHARD NEWTON: Died 2: 24 Aug 1701, MARLBOUROUGH, MASS. More About RICHARD NEWTON and Anne LOKER: Marriage 1: 1636, BURES,ESSEX,ENGLAND. Marriage 2: 09 Aug 1636, BURES ST. MARY SUFFOLK ENGLAND. Children of RICHARD NEWTON and Anne LOKER are:
+JOHN NEWTON, b. 20 Oct 1641, SUDBURY, MIDDLESEX, MASS, d. 16 Oct 1723, MARLBORO, MIDDLESEX, MASS. ISSAC NEWTON, b. 1655, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, d. 1685. TWINS/HANNAH & HENRY NEWTON, b. 1654, ENGLAND, d. 1654, ENGLAND. Ezekiel NEWTON, b. 1643, ENGLAND, d. date unknown. Moses NEWTON, b. 1646, ENGLAND, d. 1736. Sarah NEWTON, b. 1655, ENGLAND, d. 1713. Joseph NEWTON, b. 1650, ENGLAND, d. 1727. Mary NEWTON, b. 1649, ENGLAND, d. 1728. Elizabeth NEWTON, b. 1650, ENGLAND, d. 1718. DANIEL NEWTON, b. 1655, ENGLAND, d. 1739. Hannah NEWTON, b. 1662, ENGLAND, d. 1697.
1)Newton Genealogy, Genealogical, Biographical, Historical:==Being a Record of the Descendants of Richard Newton of Sudbury and Marlborough, Massachusetts 1638, with Genealogies of Families Descended from the Immigrants, Rev. Roger Newton of Milford, Connecticut, Thomas Newton of Fairfield, Connecticut, Matthew Newton of Stonington, Connecticut, Newtons of Virginia, Newtons Near Boston
Richard Newton's Timeline
January 18, 1590
Bures St Mary, Suffolk, England
April 9, 1609
Bures St. Mary, Suffolk, England
October 20, 1641
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts
June 12, 1644
Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
October 20, 1645
Sudbury, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony
Sudbury, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA