Person:Isaac Newton (1)

m. 9 Aug 1636
  1. John Newton1641 - 1723
  2. Isaac Newton - 1685
  3. Elizabeth Newton - 1718
  4. Hannah Newton - 1654
  5. Mary Newton1644 - 1728
  6. Sarah Newton
  7. Moses Newton, Sr.1646 - 1736
  8. Deacon Joseph NewtonBef 1650 - 1727
  9. Daniel Newton1655 - 1739
m. Bef 1684
  1. Rebecca Newton1685 -
Facts and Events
Name Isaac Newton
Gender Male
Marriage Bef 1684 to Rebecca _____
Death[1] 12 Aug 1685 Marlborough, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
  1. Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. Middlesex County, MA: Probate File Papers, 1648-1871. (American Ancestors, 2014).

    Vol. 6 (copy), p. 378 19 Aug 1685: "The Lord having taken away Isaac Newton by death the. 12. day of 6. mo: 1685. on 19th day of the same 3: meet men were legally chosen to prize what God had given to him of this worlds goods, Henry Kerly, John Barns & Isaac Amsden & the price of the severall things are as follows." &16-14-00 besides £4 "in Daniel Newtons hand" and £7 "in James Simonds hand", 6 shillings "in the hand of Brother Jonathan Johnson".
    [Note: In old-styles dates, the sixth month is August. More info may be found here.]

    "Isaac Newton willed on his death bed that his house & land should be for his child if it lived." as attests Rebecca Newton, Mary Johnson.

    "To the hon'd Court now assembled. I Richard Newton gave to my son Isaac Newton seven acc'rs of land near his house with a verball Condition that he should mow for me ten loads of Hay yearly during my life the Lord having taken away my son by death I humbly request yo'r help so as to determine w't my daughter in law shall give or allow me yearly in lieu there of." Richard Newton

    Vol. 11 (original), p. 109 31 Oct 1706: Philip Pratt of Framingham Yeom & Rebecca my Wife whereas s'd Rebecca Pratt the Relict or Widow of Isaac Newton late of Marlboro dec'd & hath a right to a third part of estates, since intermarried with Phillip Pratt of Framingham in Consideration of the Natural Love we bear unto our Daughter Rebecca Newton of Marlboro afores'd (singlewoman) plus money paid by Jon'a Johnson Jun'r of Marlboro her guardian quitclaim to her all right in the third part of the estate of s'd Isaac Newton.

    Same date: bond of Jonathan Johnson to indemnify Phillip Pratt and his wife Rebecca from any issues arising from estate of Isaac Newton dec'd.