|Younger NEWTON Sr.
(1763 - )
|Elizabeth Curghill (CARGILL)
(1765 - )
|Younger NEWTON Jr.|
|bd. 6 Jun 1792
dd. 20 Mar 1867
4. YOUNGER3 NEWTON (YOUNGER2, GILES1) was born June 06, 1792 in Marlboro County, SC, and died March 21, 1867 in Marlboro County, SC. He married (1) NANCY SMITH Abt. 1815. She was born October 03, 1792, and died June 24, 1840 in Marlboro County, SC. He married (2) HARRIET COVINGTON Abt. 1841. She was born December 11, 1817 in Richmond County, NC, and died April 25, 1877 in Marlboro County, SC. Notes for YOUNGER NEWTON: marriages added by a grandson of Newton, Sr. Was this Younger Newton married to Judea Parker, daughter of Moses Parker, before he married Nancy Smith? The 1832 Richmond County NC Estate Records of Moses Parker shows Younger Newton, Sen. married to his daughter Judea Parker. (Moses Parker and Younger Newton appear on the 1780 Census of Cheraw District, Marlboro County, SC.) Moses real estate (740 acres) in the County of Richmond was on the waters of Panther Creek and adjoining the lands of John Usher and others. Children of Moses Parker: Sarah Slay wife of Thomas Slay; Easther Leggett wife of William Leggett; Mary Adams wife of Richard Adams; John Parker; Anna James wife of William James; Beddy Waters wife of James Waters; Lewis Parker; Daniel Parker; Nancy Parker; Phillip Parker; Elizabeth Parker; Ewen Parker; Arrena Parker; William Parker; Amanda Parker; Judea Newton wife of Younger Newton, Sen.; Wright Parker and Harris Parker, who are now (1832) residents of different states. Daring Burglary and Attempt to Murder The dwelling house of Mr. Younger Newton, Sen. of Richmond County, near Laurel Hill, was forcibly entered on Saturday night the 26th January by some villains unknown, and Mr. Newton, an honest inoffensive old man, beaten on the head with a club in a shocking manner, and left for dead. Mrs. Newton, Mr. Daniel Watson and wife, and Mr. Philip Parker, (the three last visitors,) were all more or less wounded, but none of them dangerously. The ruffians then took Mr. Newton's chest, carried it some distance from the house, broke it open and carried off his papers, nearly $20 in bank notes, a couple of medical books, &c. From another chest, they took 5 or 6 ladies' dresses, two domestic blankets, &c. The crime was doubtless committed by Negroes, as Mr. Newton and those in the house with him believed them to be such, and one of the party was seen by a Negro who says he was black. Between 10 and 12 o'clock of the same night, some strange Negroes were seen passing Laurel Hill, and going towards Fayetteville. On Sunday, three persons were tracked from the stage road along the turnpike to Mr. Newton's. The same tracks returned the same way, broke out of the turnpike, and crossed Jordan's creek on Mr. MacFarland's mill dam, passed through Mr. MacFarland's plantation, and got into the stage road some distance south of his store house. One of Mr. Newton's papers was found on Sunday evening, nearly six miles south of Laurel Hill. Nothing has transpired to lead to the detection of the perpetrators of this most daring outrage; but it is hoped that they may yet be brought to justice. Many circumstances induce the belief that they came from a distance. Mr. Newton is pronounced by his physician to be in a fair way of recovery. Carolina Observer, (Fayetteville, NC) February 05, 1833 More About YOUNGER NEWTON: Burial: Newton Cemetery, Marlboro County, SC More About NANCY SMITH: Burial: Newton Cemetery, Marlboro County, SC More About HARRIET COVINGTON: Burial: Newton Cemetery, Marlboro County, SC Children of YOUNGER NEWTON and NANCY SMITH are: 7. i. GILES P.4 NEWTON, b. October 15, 1815, Marlboro County, SC; d. December 24, 1890, Marlboro County, SC. 8. ii. CORNELIUS S. NEWTON, b. December 25, 1817, Richmond County, NC; d. Abt. 1867, Richmond County, NC. 9. iii. ALEXANDER NEWTON, b. May 27, 1820; d. November 04, 1885. 10. iv. ANDERSON NEWTON, b. April 22, 1822, Bennettsville, Marlboro County, SC; d. September 02, 1875. 11. v. ELIZABETH GIBSON NEWTON, b. February 11, 1829, Marlboro County, SC; d. August 19, 1890, Marlboro County, SC. 12. vi. YOUNGER S. NEWTON, b. Sept. 18, 1833, Marlboro Co., SC; d. Nov. 28, 1899, Rockingham, Richmond County, NC. Children of YOUNGER NEWTON and HARRIET COVINGTON are: vii. JOHN CURRIE4 NEWTON, b. December 01, 1841, Marlboro County, SC; d. May 16, 1864. 13. viii. DAVID DERRICK NEWTON, b. July 13, 1848, Marlboro County, SC; d. June 17, 1922, Adamsville, McColl, SC. ix. BETH NEWTON, b. July 01, 1844; d. July 01, 1844. More About BETH NEWTON: Burial: Newton Cemetery, Marlboro County, SC x. MARTHA NEWTON, b. 1845. xi. DARBY NEWTON, b. 1847. xii. NANCY NEWTON, b. 1848. 14. xiii. PETER SMITH NEWTON, b. December 05, 1849, Bennettsville, Marlboro County, SC; d. February 13, 1890, Marlboro County, SC. xiv. HARRIETT NEWTON, b. 1853; d. 1859. 15. xv. HENRY COVINGTON NEWTON, b. April 11, 1855, SC; d. August 20, 1937, Appling County, GA. xvi. ELIZA NEWTON, b. 1857; d. 1858. xvii. MARY NEWTON, b. June 27, 1859; d. July 13, 1859. xviii. MARTIN NEWTON, b. August 26, 1861; d. December 08, 1862.+
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