Persons with the Surname 'Newton'

The Newton Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'N350'

75 individuals have the surname 'Newton'.

? Newton (between 1796 and 1838—)
Alexander Newton (16 Sep 1886—)
Alexander S. Newton (25 Apr 1896—)
Alfred E. Newton (23 Jan 1866—9 Nov 1869)
Alfred Gordon Newton (26 Aug 1887—)
Alwilda Newton (24 Jan 1900—)
Amy Victoria Newton (25 Jan 1901—Private)
Anne Newton (about Dec 1843—13 Oct 1872)
Annie Newton (30 Apr 1880—Private)
Arthur Earl Newton (17 Mar 1896—)
Beryl Buttery Newton (20 Nov 1893—)
Catherine Newton (7 Nov 1854—)
Charles A. Newton (about 1881—)
Claire Newton (24 Jul 1887—)
David L. Newton (3 Dec 1896—)
Elizabeth Newton (about 1853—)
Esther Ann Newton (about 1854—2 Jun 1883)
Etta Newton (between 1843 and 1875—)
Florence Janet Newton (11 Oct 1891—Private)
Frederick Newton (about 1868—)
Frederick Gordon Newton (12 Aug 1912—)
George Newton (about 1879—)
George Ethelbert Newton (26 Sep 1900—)
George Johnson Newton (7 Dec 1861—18 Oct 1934)
Gertrude Newton (28 Oct 1886—1943)
Gilbert Newton (24 Feb 1884—)
Gordon Newton (between 1897 and 1907—)
Gordon Alexander Newton (1 May 1892—Private)
Grant Stevenson Newton (21 Nov 1890—Private)
Henry Newton (1 Dec 1851—)
Herbert Newton (9 Nov 1890—)
James Newton (—)
Jane Newton (about 1862—)
Jane Eliza "Liza" Newton (about 1857—)
John Newton (about 1851—)
John Arthur Newton (18 Feb 1866—1925)
John Leonard Newton (18 Dec 1891—)
John Lloyd Newton (May 1903—1948)
John S. Newton (about 1827—25 Dec 1901)
Joseph Newton (about 1849—)
Leslie Newton (19 Jun 1892—)
Letitia Newton (about 1876—)
Margaret M. Newton (about 1875—)
Mary Newton (—)
Mary Amelia Newton (about 1815—1892)
Mary Elizabeth Newton (about 1855—)
Melesa Newton (about 1860—)
Merle E. Newton (10 Jun 1894—)
Norman Fisher Newton (20 Mar 1894—)
Ralph Newton (28 Jun 1897—)
Richard Newton (—)
Richard Newton (20 Sep 1849—9 Jun 1917)
Richard Harris Newton (13 Feb 1888—Private)
Robert Newton (about 1843—)
Ross Newton (21 Jul 1890—)
Sarah Newton (about 1851—14 Aug 1884)
Sarah Jane Newton (about 1857—)
Stanley Newton (5 Apr 1889—)
Stanley H. Newton (1890—)
Thomas Newton (between 1821 and 1863—)
Thomas L. Newton (about 1856—)
William Newton Sr. (about 1810—27 Jun 1870)
William Newton (25 Oct 1819—28 Apr 1887)
William Newton (8 Sep 1845—30 Nov 1902)
William Newton (17 Dec 1859—between 1911 and 1959)
William Newton (8 Dec 1891—)
William Carpenter Newton (about 1859—)
William Henry Newton (18 Feb 1864—1940)
William James Newton (16 Mar 1856—1936)
William L. Newton (21 Sep 1903—)
William Morley Newton (12 Oct 1882—)
Marian Helene Newton (27 May 1889—)
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