Title: Some Tales of Southington (Southington, CT: The Prince Publishing Co.)
Title: Abbott, Susan Woodruff, Woodruff Genealogy: Descendants of Mathew Woodruff of Farmington, Connecticut (Milford, CT: 1963)
Title: Timlow, Herman R., Ecclesiastical and Other Sketches of Southington, Connecticut (Hartford, CT: Case, Lockwood & Brainard Co., 1875)
Title: Chapter Sketches of Conn. DAR Patron Saints (M.P. Root & Conn. Chapters, DAR, 1901)
Title: Hall, Mary A. Newell, Thomas Newell Who Settled in Farmington, Conn., And His Descendants (Southington, Conn., Cochrane Bros., Book and Job Printers: 1878)
Title: Jenkins, John F., Our Jenkins Heritage (Greenfield, NH: 50 copies Privately Printed, 1980)
Title: Barbour Collection of Connecticut Vital Records
Title: Cemetery visit
Title: Hale, Charles R. Collection
Title: Hannah Woodruff Chapter, DAR, South End Cemetery 1773-1952, Connecticut DAR GRC (May 1953)
Title: Cemetery Plat card
Note: Taken from DAR web page for Hannah Woodruff Chapter: It was the unanimous decision of the organizing committee to name the chapter for Hannah Woodruff, a granddaughter of Samuel Woodruff, the first white settler of Southington. Hannah Woodruff married Asahel Newell, by whom she had eight children. Shortly after her husband's death she married Daniel Sloper, a widower with five children, and they soon had a son. This was Hannah's family when her husband, Captain Daniel Sloper, led the Southington company to the Revolutionary War accompanied by her three sons, Solomon, Asahel, and Mark Newell, and two of her husband's sons, Daniel and Ezekiel Sloper. Thus, Hannah Woodruff saw six men of her family go off to serve in the Revolutionary Army, leaving her to care for the remaining nine children of their combined families. She certainly was a true patriot and heroine of the American Revolution. _________________ Cemetery Plat card. For South End Cemetery, Southington, CT. Lot 160. Capt. Daniel Sloper. 1. Capt. Daniel Sloper 1-5-1726 9-9-1789 2. Hannah Woodruff wife of 1 7-7-1730 10-27-1815 3. Daniel Sloper 4-20-1757 11-3-1790 4. Hitty Sloper dau. of Daniel 11-16-1796 2-18-1801 5. James Sloper (Died at Sea) 1787 2-14-1807 6. John Sloper son of 3 0-10-0 10-13-1786 7. Daniel Sloper 9-9-1794 _____________________ Lynn Prescott email@example.com to Barbara Poole <firstname.lastname@example.org> date Sat, Mar 12, 2011 at 11:16 PM subject Newell's Hi Barbara, I'm, so glad you wrote back. Here is a bit of my line of Newell's. We, go back further-but I will start with Thomas Newell 1620-1689/Rebecca Olmstead 1624-1698 Samuel (Ensign) Newell 1660-1753/Mary Hart 1666-1752. Samuel Newell 1686-1751/Sarah Norton 1689-1775. Asahel Newell 1775-1769/Hannah Woodruff (D.A.R.).1731-1815. Charles Newell 1761-1810/Rachel Sarah Hazzard 1731-1813. Porter Newell 1801- / Elizabeth Tuttle 1799-. I can't find where they rest-mystery)Last census 1870 -they were 70yrs old in Rock Island, Illinois. This is only brick wall I'm on haa. Wickliffe Guy Newell 1846-1931/Mary Ellen Lawver1830-1913 (my great great grandparents.) They, traveled all the way to WA. state and he fought in civil war. Founded Wray, Colorado and was Treasure in Furnace county Nebraska. Born in Ohio to Porter. Guy Luther Newell 1876-1948/Ida Vosburg1882-1945. Wickliffe Guy newell 1907-1965/Helen Cook 1906 ( they are my grandparents-my Mother's). My Grandma will be 105 this year. My Mom-Maryanne passed away 3 years ago and my Dad 7 months ago. ( very hard for me--but strength comes from somewhere) My Mom has 4 siblings living age in their 80's. And numerous other Newell's here.
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