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immigrant flag male ancestor  Richard  NEWTON

  (b. 9 April 1609 England   d. 24 August 1701 Marlborough, Province of Massachusetts Bay )  

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Richard NEWTON was born 9 April 1609 in England. Richard NEWTON was the child of Robert Isaac NEWTON   and   Thankful UNKNOWN

Marriage(s) and Child(ren):

He married  Anne LOKER .  The couple had (at least) 3 children. Anne LOKER  was born 1 August 1605 in Bures St Mary Suffolk, England.  She died 5 December 1697 in Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA (Marlboro). 

Richard NEWTON died 24 August 1701 in Marlborough, Province of Massachusetts Bay .
Details of the family tree of Richard appear below.
  • 1609 Birth
    9 April 1609
    , England (United Kingdom)
  • 1641 Birth of Child
    John NEWTON was born 20 October 1641, Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1648 Birth of Child
    Joseph Richard NEWTON was born August 1648, Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1655 Birth of Child
    Daniel NEWTON was born 21 December 1655, Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA
  • 1697 Death of Spouse/Partner
    Anne LOKER died 5 December 1697, Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA (Marlboro)
  • 1701 Death
    24 August 1701
    Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA (Marlboro)


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Added: 9/6/2016 1:02:11 PM - Updated: 9/25/2017 9:22:56 AM

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