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View Tree for Reverend. John (A)? NEWTONReverend. John (A)? NEWTON (b. April 22, 1814, d. November 25, 1893)

John (A)? NEWTON8628, 8629, 8630, 8631 was born April 22, 1814 in PA, US8632, 8633, 8634, 8635, and died November 25, 1893 in Pensacola, FL, FL, US8636, 8637, 8638, 8639. He married (1) Margaret CAMPBELL on December 1858 in Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US, daughter of Angus CAMPBELL and Catherine MORRISON. He married (2) Mary Catherine CAMPBELL on December 1870 in Euchee Valley, Walton, FL, US, daughter of Angus CAMPBELL and Catherine MORRISON.

 Includes NotesNotes for John (A)? NEWTON:
1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.
2. In the 1880 census for Walton Co., W. P. Harrison, who is raising J. D. C.

Newton, John's son, lists Philadelphia as NEWTON's place of birth.
[NewtMaster.FTW]

1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.

Miscellaneous Newton Notes

The following information was obtained from the paper "In Search of Rev. John Newton" by James S. Servies, Director of Libraries, The University of West Florida, dated December 9, 1983.

pg#3 "we believe he was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1814."

pg#5 Came to Walton County in 1849 and opened the Knox Hill Academy. Closed the academy in 1854 in order to open "private school in an adjoining county."

pg#6 Estimated chronlogical events in Newton's life

1814 Born April 22, near Pittsburgh, Pa. (Bro.-in-law lists his birthplace in Philadelphia when replying to a question about JDC Newton in 1880 Census. JDC was living with W. P. Harrison.]
[1830?] at Amherst College?
[1835?] Taught in N.C.
[1840?] Journeyed to Arkansas, then to Florida
ca 1848 Came to Pensacola
[1848-1849] visited Euchee Valley
1849 began Knox Hill Academy in September
1853 Was one of four Floridians in the American Association for the Advancement of Science

1854 closed his school in December
1856 went to California
1858 returned to Knox Hill
1858 in December, married Margaret Campbell
1859-1862 Knox Hill resumed
1859 son Angus Campbell born, Oct 3
1860 Angus died
1861 Esther Newton born July 12
1863-1865? Crossed to Union territory and went to California
1863 Mary Christine born September 12
1866 returned to Walton County
1866 September 9, wife Margaret died
1867 Resumed teaching at Knox Hill in March
1868 Travelled to Mo. and returned to Florida by way of Pittsburg
1870 Married Mary Catherine Campbell in December
1871-1889 Served as Postmaster, clergyman, and teacher at Mary Esther
1871 John Daniel Campbell born November 20
1871 Wife Mary Catherine died November 21
1871 Resettled in Mary Esther
[ca 1883] went to Boston
1888 Dau Esther married to Gustave Axelson Janurary 17
1889-1893 lived with Axelsons in Pensacola
1893 Died in Pensacola November 25
[NewtMaster.FTW]

1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.

Miscellaneous Newton Notes

The following information was obtained from the paper "In Search of Rev. John Newton" by James S. Servies, Director of Libraries, The University of West Florida, dated December 9, 1983.

pg#3 "we believe he was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1814."

pg#5 Came to Walton County in 1849 and opened the Knox Hill Academy. Closed the academy in 1854 in order to open "private school in an adjoining county."

pg#6 Estimated chronlogical events in Newton's life

1814 Born April 22, near Pittsburgh, Pa. (Bro.-in-law lists his birthplace in Philadelphia when replying to a question about JDC Newton in 1880 Census. JDC was living with W. P. Harrison.]
[1830?] at Amherst College?
[1835?] Taught in N.C.
[1840?] Journeyed to Arkansas, then to Florida
ca 1848 Came to Pensacola
[1848-1849] visited Euchee Valley
1849 began Knox Hill Academy in September
1853 Was one of four Floridians in the American Association for the Advancement of Science

1854 closed his school in December
1856 went to California
1858 returned to Knox Hill
1858 in December, married Margaret Campbell
1859-1862 Knox Hill resumed
1859 son Angus Campbell born, Oct 3
1860 Angus died
1861 Esther Newton born July 12
1863-1865? Crossed to Union territory and went to California
1863 Mary Christine born September 12
1866 returned to Walton County
1866 September 9, wife Margaret died
1867 Resumed teaching at Knox Hill in March
1868 Travelled to Mo. and returned to Florida by way of Pittsburg
1870 Married Mary Catherine Campbell in December
1871-1889 Served as Postmaster, clergyman, and teacher at Mary Esther
1871 John Daniel Campbell born November 20
1871 Wife Mary Catherine died November 21
1871 Resettled in Mary Esther
[ca 1883] went to Boston
1888 Dau Esther married to Gustave Axelson Janurary 17
1889-1893 lived with Axelsons in Pensacola
1893 Died in Pensacola November 25
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1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.
2. In the 1880 census for Walton Co., W. P. Harrison, who is raising J. D. C.

Newton, John's son, lists Philadelphia as NEWTON's place of birth.
[NewtMaster.FTW]

1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.

Miscellaneous Newton Notes

The following information was obtained from the paper "In Search of Rev. John Newton" by James S. Servies, Director of Libraries, The University of West Florida, dated December 9, 1983.

pg#3 "we believe he was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1814."

pg#5 Came to Walton County in 1849 and opened the Knox Hill Academy. Closed the academy in 1854 in order to open "private school in an adjoining county."

pg#6 Estimated chronlogical events in Newton's life

1814 Born April 22, near Pittsburgh, Pa. (Bro.-in-law lists his birthplace in Philadelphia when replying to a question about JDC Newton in 1880 Census. JDC was living with W. P. Harrison.]
[1830?] at Amherst College?
[1835?] Taught in N.C.
[1840?] Journeyed to Arkansas, then to Florida
ca 1848 Came to Pensacola
[1848-1849] visited Euchee Valley
1849 began Knox Hill Academy in September
1853 Was one of four Floridians in the American Association for the Advancement of Science

1854 closed his school in December
1856 went to California
1858 returned to Knox Hill
1858 in December, married Margaret Campbell
1859-1862 Knox Hill resumed
1859 son Angus Campbell born, Oct 3
1860 Angus died
1861 Esther Newton born July 12
1863-1865? Crossed to Union territory and went to California
1863 Mary Christine born September 12
1866 returned to Walton County
1866 September 9, wife Margaret died
1867 Resumed teaching at Knox Hill in March
1868 Travelled to Mo. and returned to Florida by way of Pittsburg
1870 Married Mary Catherine Campbell in December
1871-1889 Served as Postmaster, clergyman, and teacher at Mary Esther
1871 John Daniel Campbell born November 20
1871 Wife Mary Catherine died November 21
1871 Resettled in Mary Esther
[ca 1883] went to Boston
1888 Dau Esther married to Gustave Axelson Janurary 17
1889-1893 lived with Axelsons in Pensacola
1893 Died in Pensacola November 25
[NewtMaster.FTW]

1. The 1860 census for FL lists NEWTON at Knox Hill in Walton Co. In this
census he gave TN as his place of birth and his age as 45. Margaret, his wife,
is listed as 26. Wm CAMPBELL 23, Christian 21, John A. 19, Mary C. 17, and
Daniel C. 14, appear to be living with him. His occupation is teacher of an
academy. Mary C. is probably Mary Catherine, his second wife.

Miscellaneous Newton Notes

The following information was obtained from the paper "In Search of Rev. John Newton" by James S. Servies, Director of Libraries, The University of West Florida, dated December 9, 1983.

pg#3 "we believe he was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1814."

pg#5 Came to Walton County in 1849 and opened the Knox Hill Academy. Closed the academy in 1854 in order to open "private school in an adjoining county."

pg#6 Estimated chronlogical events in Newton's life

1814 Born April 22, near Pittsburgh, Pa. (Bro.-in-law lists his birthplace in Philadelphia when replying to a question about JDC Newton in 1880 Census. JDC was living with W. P. Harrison.]
[1830?] at Amherst College?
[1835?] Taught in N.C.
[1840?] Journeyed to Arkansas, then to Florida
ca 1848 Came to Pensacola
[1848-1849] visited Euchee Valley
1849 began Knox Hill Academy in September
1853 Was one of four Floridians in the American Association for the Advancement of Science

1854 closed his school in December
1856 went to California
1858 returned to Knox Hill
1858 in December, married Margaret Campbell
1859-1862 Knox Hill resumed
1859 son Angus Campbell born, Oct 3
1860 Angus died
1861 Esther Newton born July 12
1863-1865? Crossed to Union territory and went to California
1863 Mary Christine born September 12
1866 returned to Walton County
1866 September 9, wife Margaret died
1867 Resumed teaching at Knox Hill in March
1868 Travelled to Mo. and returned to Florida by way of Pittsburg
1870 Married Mary Catherine Campbell in December
1871-1889 Served as Postmaster, clergyman, and teacher at Mary Esther
1871 John Daniel Campbell born November 20
1871 Wife Mary Catherine died November 21
1871 Resettled in Mary Esther
[ca 1883] went to Boston
1888 Dau Esther married to Gustave Axelson Janurary 17
1889-1893 lived with Axelsons in Pensacola
1893 Died in Pensacola November 25


More About John (A)? NEWTON:
Burial: Unknown, Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US.8640, 8641, 8642, 8643

More About John (A)? NEWTON and Margaret CAMPBELL:
Marriage: December 1858, Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US.

More About John (A)? NEWTON and Mary Catherine CAMPBELL:
Marriage: December 1870, Euchee Valley, Walton, FL, US.

Children of John (A)? NEWTON and Margaret CAMPBELL are:
  1. Angus CAMPBELL NEWTON, b. October 03, 1859, Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US8644, 8645, 8646, 8647, d. March 20, 1860, Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US8648, 8649, 8650, 8651.
  2. +Esther NEWTON, b. July 12, 1861, Euchee Anna, Walton, FL, US8652, 8653, 8654, 8655, d. November 11, 1931, Pensacola, Escambia, FL, US8656, 8657, 8658, 8659.
  3. Mary Christian NEWTON, b. September 12, 1863, IL, US8660, 8661, 8662, 8663, d. July 22, 1937, Pensacola, Escambia, FL, US8664, 8665, 8666, 8667.

Children of John (A)? NEWTON and Mary Catherine CAMPBELL are:
  1. +John Daniel CAMPBELL NEWTON, b. November 20, 1871, Mary Esther, Santa Rosa, FL, US8668, 8669, 8670, 8671, d. January 12, 1919, Pensacola, Escambia, FL, US8672, 8673, 8674, 8675.
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