NEWLIN, John
(Abt 1716-1805)
PYLE, Mary
(Abt 1724-Abt 1790)
NEWLIN, Nathaniel
(1768-1867)

 

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HADLEY, Catherine

NEWLIN, Nathaniel 960,1140,1814,2233

  • Born: 11 May 1768 2233,2234
  • Marriage: HADLEY, Catherine on 13 Aug 1794 in Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States 960,1814
  • Died: 1867 2234
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bullet  Birth Notes:

Nathaniel Newlin born 1768, died 1867, s/o John and Mary.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Residence, After 26 Aug 1826, Bloomfield Mtg, Parke County, Indiana, United States. 1140 Nathaniel and Catherine Newlin and children moved from Spring Mtg, NC, to Bloomfield Mtg, Indiana. They left Spring around 26 Aug 1826.

2. Story. 2235 Nathaniel was a central figure in the 1826 migration of many members of Spring Mtg to Bloomfield Mtg in Indiana. He may have looked for a settlement location in 1819 when he accompanied two women ministers of Spring Meeting (Hannah Thompson and Mary Harvey) on a tour of Ohio and Indiana Friends Meetings. On this trip he visited a sister and other relatives in Lick Creek and a brother and other relatives in eastern Illinois, as well as a friend near Terre Haute. When he and wife Catherine went to Bloomfield, 9 of their 10 children accompanied them. They were Hannah, Duncan, Eleanor, James, Ruth, and Eli (all unmarried at the time), and John (with wife Ruth Woody and their six children), Mary with husband Enoch Morrison and their two children, and Jacob (with wife Sarah Woody and their daughter). Eli's later account of the journey (he was 11 at the time) says "We came in by way of Terre Haute and camped by the Peyton Wilson home. Peyton Wilson had gone to the mill but he soon came home with his grist on his horse. He emptied about half of his meal with us and told us to bake it. He then took his gun an shot a two-year old beef and told us to skin it and hang the hide in the shed, and cook the beef and eat it. This was our reception. We then settled in on what is now known as the Greenberry Ward farm where we lived three years. The house had two rooms, so father's family occupied one room and brother John and family occupied the other." Each family had six children, so there were 16 people living in the two-room house. Nathaniel remained at the head of the Bloomfield Mtg for almost 40 years. His daughter Mary and her husband Enoch Morrison were the first clerks of the monthly meeting. His son John later became clerk of Concord Quarterly Mtg.

3. Religion: Quaker.


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Nathaniel married Catherine HADLEY, daughter of Joseph HADLEY and Mary CASHET, on 13 Aug 1794 in Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States 960.,1814 (Catherine HADLEY was born on 1 May 1772 2233,2234 and died in 1842 2234.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Marriage, 13 Aug 1794, Spring Mtg, Orange County, North Carolina, United States. 960,1814 Catharine Hadley, daughter of Joseph and Mary, deceased, Chatham Co., married Nathaniel Newlin, son of John and Mary, Orange Co., deceased.




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