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Families covered: Newton of Bennekerry, Newton of Busherstown, Newton of Charlton, Newton of Dunleckne
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BLG1886 (Newton of Dunleckney Manor) suggests that the following family originated in Cheshire and first moved to Ireland in 1688. BLGI1912, which starts two generations earlier than BLG1886, repeats that this family settled in Ireland in 1688 but reports that it descended from ...
Edmund Newton of Lancashire
1. Bryan Newton of Busherstown, co. Carlow (d c11.1709)
  m. Anne
  A. Bartholomew Newton of Busherstown (d 1749)
  m. Frances Budds (d 1754, dau of Peter Budds of Ganagh)
  i. John Newton of Busherstown & Bennekerry (d 1748)
m. (1730) Elizabeth Lodge (dau of Francis Lodge of co. Kilkenny & Dublin)
  a. Bartholomew Newton of Bennekerry (d 1780, eldest son)
  m. (1767) Anne Bernard (dau of Philip Bernard)
  (1) John Newton of Bennekerry, Sheriff of co. Carlow (d unm, Colonel)
  (2) Philip Newton of Dunleckney, Sheriff of co. Carlow (d 10.1833)
  m. (10.1785) Sarah Bagenal, heiress of Dunleckney (d 17.01.1832)
  (A) Walter Newton of Dunleckney (d 28.08.1853) had issue
  m. (22.03.1817) Anne Jocelyn (d 1857, dau of George Jocelyn, son of Robert, 1st Earl of Roden)
  (B) Philip Newton, later Bagenal, of Bennekerry, Sheriff of co. Carlow (b 1796, d 24.06.1856) had issue
  m. (1838) Georgiana Thomasina Boyd (d 01.03.1897, dau of Major James Boyd of Rosslare by Georgina, dau of Hon. George Jocelyn, cousin)
  (C) Beauchamp Bartholomew Newton of Rathwade, Sheriff of co. Carlow (dsp)
  m. Isabella Forbes (dau of Lt,. Col. Arthur Forbes, m2. James Kearney Aylward of Shankill Castle)
  (D) John Newton of Bagenalstown, Sheriff of co. Carlow (dsp)
  m. Janet Forbes
  (E) Henry Newton of Mount Leinster (d 1863) had issue
  m. (30.04.1835) Elizabeth Jane Doyne (dau of Rev. Charles William Doyne of Felthard)
  (F)+ other issue (d unm) - Elizabeth, Sarah Anne
  (3) Catherine Newton
  ii. Elizabeth Newton
  m. (c11.1735) Chamberlain Walker
  iii. Anne Newton
  m. (c06.1741) Samuel Budds
  B.+ other issue - Edmund (Rev.), Mary



Sir Adam Newton, 1st Bart of Charlton (Kent) (d 13.01.1629/30, Dean of Durham)
m. Dorothy or Katherine Puckering (dau of Sir John Puckering, Lord Keeper, sister/coheir of Thomas of The Priory)
1. Sir William Newton, 2nd Bart of Charlton (d unm before 03.1635/6)
2. Sir Henry Newton, later Puckering of The Priory (Warwickshire), 3rd Bart of Charlton (bpt 13.04.1618, dsps 22.01.1700)
  m. (by 1645) Elizabeth Murray (dau of Thomas Murray)
3. Jane Newton probably of this generation
  m. Sir James Enyon, Bart of Flore (b c1587, d 1642)



Benjamin Newton (b 1718, d 1787, rector of St. John's in Gloucester, vicar of Sandhurst)
m. Anne Farmer
1. Benjamin Newton (b 1762, d 1830, rector of Wath)
  m. Mary Fendall (dau of John Fendall)
  A. John Farmer Newton (b 1791) had issue
  m. (1812) Eliza Kent (dau of William Kent)
  B. Mary Newton (dsp)
  m. (1824) Charles Loder Stephens
  C. Anne Frances Newton (dsps)
  m. (1824) Thomas Commeline
  D. Caroline Eleanor Newton
  m. (1821) William Fendall (cousin)
2. Anne Farmer Newton
  m. James Commeline (vicar of Redmarley)
  A. Charlotte Commeline
  m. Rev. J. Chesshyre
  B.+ other issue - James, Anne Rachel, Maria Newton, Laura Horde

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (originally uploaded 27.04.09 within NZmisc02) : BLGI1912 ('Newton (now Vesey) of Dunleckney Manor')
(2) For middle section (originally uploaded 07.07.09 within a Temporary page) : BEB1841 '(Newton of Charlton'), TCB (vol 1, p 141, 'Newton of Charlton')
(3) For lower section : the pedigree on Newton in 'The Diary of Benjamin Newton' (edited by C.P. Fendall & E. A. Crutchley, 1933/2013, ISBN 978-1-107-68338-9)
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