William Hillary Newton

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William Hillary Newton

Born 3 March 1842, Butler County, Alabama
Died 18 November 1922
Buried at Gravel Hill Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama

21 August 1897

W. H. Newton was shown on the Roster of Confederate Veterans Reunion which was held at Greenville, Alabama on August 21, 1897. He was with Company "I", 59th Alabama Regiment.

1911

W. H. Newton was granted a Confederate Veterans Pension

 

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Hannah A. Montgomery

Born 1840
Died November 1877
Married 10 December 1868 by Benjamin Newton, JP

8 November 1877

From the Greenville Advocate. Hanna A. Newton, 37, wife of W. H. Newton died of consumption, Presbyterian

Children

   

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Walter Caswell Newton

Born 14 June 1870, Butler County, Alabama

   

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Mary Ellen Newton

Born 3 March 1872, Butler County, Alabama

   

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Robert Montgomery Newton

Born 4 June 1874, Butler County, Alabama

   

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Sallie Newton

 

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Nancy V. Thompson (Stallings ??)

Born 21 February 1851
Died 26 October 1902
Buried at Gravel Hill Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
Married 23 September 1880 by Benjamin Newton, JP

Children

   

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Hurbert Hillary Newton

Born 25 September 1881, Butler County, Alabama

   

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Frank Houston Newton

Born 6 April 1884, Butler County, Alabama

   

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William Amos Newton

Born 4 April 1887, Butler County, Alabama
Died 6 April 1948
Buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama

     

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Ettie Belle Hinson (Eddie)

Born 17 September 1890
Died 9 March 1936
Buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama
Married 20 December 1911

10 March 1936

From the Montgomery Press. Mrs. W. Amos Newton Expires in Greenville. Greenville, Ala., March 10 -- (Special) -- Mrs. W. Amos Newton died at her home here early yesterday. She was prominent in religious and social affairs in Greenville. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock and the services will be conducted by her pastor, Rev. C. M. Perry, of the First Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, her mother, Mrs. Carmilla Hinson; her sister, Mrs. Perry Vann of Greenville, and six brothers. The brothers are Messrs. Irby Hinson of Greenville, Arnold Hinson of Jacksonville, Fla., Buford Hinson of Mississippi, Alex Hinson of Chicago, Arthur Hinson of Fayette, Ala., and Fonville Hinson of Atmore.

   

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Lewis Jackson Newton

Born 19 February 1890, Butler County, Alabama
Died 5 April 1973
Buried at Liberty Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama

   

 

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Mamie S. Cheatham

Married 16 August 1919

   

 

 

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Lewis Edward Newton

Born 21 August 1924, Butler County, Alabama

27 April 1944

From the Greenville Advocate, Pct. Lewis Edward Newton, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Newton, of Chapman, has returned to Camp Carson, Colorado Springs, Colo., after a visit with his parents. Since entering the service, Pvt. Newton has been stationed at three camps in California and took desert training in Arizona. Originally in the infantry, he has recently been transferred to the field artillery. Some of his recent activities included ski training on Colorado mountain sides. While at home he visited in Greenville, where he has many friends and relatives. While attending Georgiana High School, he was a member of the baseball team.

   

 

 

 

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Joyce Jones

Born 17 June 1929
Married 14 September 1948

   

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Lydia Rebecca Newton

Born 31 October 1892, Butler County, Alabama
Died 27 September 1948
Buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Butler County, Alabama

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