Emma I. (Newton) Strunk Pedigree
(Start at generation 1, below.)
Special thanks to Bonnie Lucille and Linda Jean Andrews, paragraph 4.C.2.i.(1.(e.(1)& (3) of the Alexander Patterson Biles page, for their help in compiling the information in this annex. They also provided several, still unidentified photos.
Last Change: 26 November 2014
Origin of the surname “Newton:”
2 Andrew A. Newton (photos)
1. Biographical notes:
Born 1826. Died 1919; interred New Albany Cemetery, New Albany Borough, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. Veteran of the Civil War; Company A, 171st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers.
1880 US Census: Andrew Newton, born 1826 in Pennsylvania, was heading a household in Albany Township, Bradford County, Pennsylvania. The household also included his wife, Lucinda (b. 1826 in PA), daughter, Emma (b. 1859 in PA); son, Wentworth (b. 1866 in PA); son, Thomas (b. 1869); and daughter, May (b. 1878 in PA).
2. Wife: Lucinda V. Keeney
Born 1833 in Pennsylvania. Died 1917; interred with Andrew in New Albany Cemetery.
3. Children: (order uncertain)
a. Emma I. Newton: See generation 1, below.
b. Wentworth "Wint" Newton: (photos) Born 1866. Married Bertha (?) (photos).
c. Thomas "Tom" Newton: (photos) Born 1869. Married Daisy (?) (photos).
d. May V. Newton: (photos) Born 1878. Married Charles "Charley" A. Kipp (photos) (b. 1874, d. 1943) and had the following children:
(1. Clara Kipp: (photos)
(2. Leland Kipp: (photos) Born 20 May 1904. Died 25 January 1998.
(3. Ydara Kipp: Adopted.
1 Emma I. Newton:
Born 26 February 1859 in Pennsylvania. Died 1919. Married Oscar Fizalan Strunk, paragraph 4.C.2.i. of the Alexander Patterson Biles page on 13 May 1882.
Other, still unidentified, Newtons:
1. Audrey Newton: (photos)
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