Nancy Jane Newland1

F, b. February 1840, d. 24 September 1908
     Nancy Jane Newland was also known as "Nannie". She was born in February 1840 at Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory (now AR).1,2 She was the daughter of Richard Newland and Deborah Starr.1 Nancy Jane Newland lived on 9 July 1860 at Honey Creek Twp., McDonald Co., MO.1 She married Nathan S. Merrill circa 1861, No children.2 Nancy Jane Newland lived on 14 June 1880 at Newville Twp., Colusa Co., CA.3 She died on 24 September 1908 at Klamath Co., OR, at age 68.

Citations

  1. [S3402] 1860 Federal Census, McDonald County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 633; FHL #803633.
  2. [S3403] 1900 Federal Census, Klamath County, Oregon. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1347; FHL #1241347.
  3. [S2836] 1880 Federal Census, Colusa County, California. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 64; FHL #1254064.

Otis Newland1

M, b. circa 1855
     Otis Newland was born circa 1855 at Lincoln Co. (probably), kY.1 He married Sallie Handley Ousley, daughter of Jonathan Ousley and Margaret (?), at Lincoln Co. (probably), KY.1

Child of Otis Newland and Sallie Handley Ousley

Citations

  1. [S82] Price Genealogy, p.80.

Rebecca Newland1

F, b. circa 1835
     Rebecca Newland was born circa 1835 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Newland and Dianah (?)1 Rebecca Newland married Joseph Wendel, son of George Wendel and Sarah Borden, on 19 December 1859 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1

Children of Rebecca Newland and Joseph Wendel

Citations

  1. [S227] 1870 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1678; FHL #553177.
  2. [S289] 1880 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1390, FHL #1255390.

Richard Newland

M, b. circa 1812, d. 1840
     Richard Newland was born circa 1812. He married Deborah Starr, daughter of Caleb Starr and Nancy Harlan. Richard Newland died in 1840.

Child of Richard Newland and Deborah Starr

Citations

  1. [S3402] 1860 Federal Census, McDonald County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 633; FHL #803633.

Susie S. Newland

F, b. 25 April 1865, d. 23 October 1947
     Susie S. Newland was born on 25 April 1865 at Missouri. She was the daughter of Albert Newland and Susan (?) Susie S. Newland married Charles Alfred DaVault, son of Frederick DaVault and Margaret Ellen McCleary, on 15 December 1892 at Tucker House, Mexico, Audrain Co., MO, Charles and Susie were married at the Tucker House. The wedding was attended by Miss Gussie Lafferty and Edwin L. Davault. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Jackson.

Susie S. Newland died on 23 October 1947 at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK, at age 82. She was buried in October 1947 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Co., OK.

Child of Susie S. Newland and Charles Alfred DaVault

William Newland1

M, b. February 1855
     Note: Possibly the William Newland found in the 1880 census, Galena Twp., Scioto County, Ohio, p.28C. William Newland was born in February 1855 at Ohio.1 He married Mary C. Windle, daughter of Grafton W. Windle and Serena Howell, circa 1878, 1 child born as of 1900, still living.1

Citations

  1. [S396] 1900 Federal Census, Hamilton County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 1274 - 1283; FHL #1241274 - 1241283.

Ahi Newlin

M, b. 13 December 1814, d. 15 January 1879
     Note: Ahi Newlin descendants information from Roger & Marsha (Drummond) Smith site at rootsweb.com. Ahi Newlin was born on 13 December 1814 at Randolph Co., NC. He married Rachel Elizabeth Hill on 28 February 1839 at Crawford Co., IL, Ceremony by John Boyd, J.P. Ahi Newlin died on 15 January 1879 at Crawford Co., IL, at age 64.

Children of Ahi Newlin and Rachel Elizabeth Hill

Armilda Emerine Newlin

F, b. 1847, d. 1924
     Armilda Emerine Newlin was born in 1847 at Illinois.1 She married Francis Murphy Niblo on 23 November 1869 at Crawford Co., IL. Armilda Emerine Newlin married John William Bline, son of Jacob Bline and Elizabeth Frederick, on 26 October 1892 at Crawford Co., IL. Armilda Emerine Newlin died in 1924 at Crawford Co., IL. She was buried in 1924 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Porterville, Crawford Co., IL.

Citations

  1. [S1771] 1900 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series 623, Roll 295; FHL #1240295.

Caroline Newlin

F, b. 15 December 1843, d. 14 January 1929
     Caroline Newlin was born on 15 December 1843 at Crawford Co., IL. She was the daughter of Ahi Newlin and Rachel Elizabeth Hill. Caroline Newlin married Alfred Henry Rhodes, son of Valentine Rhodes and Elizabeth Blind, on 22 February 1863 at Crawford Co., IL. Caroline Newlin died on 14 January 1929 at Oblong, Crawford Co., IL, at age 85 Obituary in Robinson Daily News - "Obituary - Caroline, daughter of Ahi and Rachel Newlin, was born in Crawford county, Illinois, December 15, 1843, and departed this life at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Alice King in Oblong, January 14, 1929 , aged 85 years and 29 days. She was married to Alfred Henry Rhodes February 22, 1863. To this union were born eight children, Mary, Katie, Clara , Everett, a daughter who died in infancy, Lawrence, Laura and Alice. Four children, Mary, Katie, Everett and the infant daughter preceeded her in death. Her aged companion passed away September 11, 1928.
"The surviving children are as follows: Mrs. Clara Hart of Annapolis, Lawrence Rhodes and Mrs. Laura Smith of Eaton, and Mrs. Alice King of Oblong.
"She was a member of the Christian church of Porterville, and was a faithful member until her death. She was noted for her staunch faith in the promises of God and for her sunny disposition, although she had been an invalid for several years.
"Besides the children mentioned above she leaves to mourn her departure sixteen grandchildren, twenty-two great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.
"She spent her entire life in this part of the state and will long be remembered by all who knew her.
"She often expressed the thought that she was ready and anxious to go and reap the reward of a well spent life which comes to all who trust in their Heavenly Father.
"Card Of Thanks - We sincerely thank all the kind people that helped us during the sickness and death of our dear mother and also for the lovely floral offerings.
Lawrence Rhodes
Mrs. Clara Hart
Mrs. 0. H .Smith
Mrs. Jas. M. King."

She was buried on 16 January 1929 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Crawford Co., IL.

Children of Caroline Newlin and Alfred Henry Rhodes

Clara Ellen Newlin

F
     Clara Ellen Newlin married David W. Faught, son of Wesley Faught and Rebecca Stover, on 29 October 1865 at Crawford Co., IL.

Clarence Linson Newlin1

M, b. May 1865
     Clarence Linson Newlin was born in May 1865 at Crawford Co., IL.1 He was the son of Sargent H. Newlin and Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes.1 Clarence Linson Newlin married Sarah Frances Ducker on 3 January 1898 at Logan Co., IL, no children. Clarence Linson Newlin lived in 1900 at Mt. Pulaski, Logan Co., IL. He lived in 1910 at Decatur, Macon Co., IL. He lived in 1920 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Citations

  1. [S1767] 1870 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 214; FHL #545713.

Donald D. Newlin1

M, b. February 1894
     Donald D. Newlin was born in February 1894 at Illinois.1 He was the son of Willis A. Newlin and Sarah Broughton.1
Note:

Not found in 1920 or 1930 censuses.

Citations

  1. [S1770] 1900 Federal Census, Ford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 300; FHL #1240300.

Ella E. Newlin

F, b. 1868, d. 9 January 1870
     Ella E. Newlin was born in 1868 at Crawford Co., IL. She was the daughter of Sargent H. Newlin and Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes. Ella E. Newlin died on 9 January 1870 at Crawford Co., IL. She was buried in January 1870 at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Crawford Co., IL.

Emma Caroline Newlin1

F, b. July 1863
     Emma Caroline Newlin was born in July 1863 at Crawford Co., IL.1,2 She was the daughter of Sargent H. Newlin and Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes.1 Emma Caroline Newlin married Perry A. Hill, son of Chauncy Hill and Delilza (?), on 31 December 1881 at Logan Co., IL.

Children of Emma Caroline Newlin and Perry A. Hill

Citations

  1. [S1767] 1870 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 214; FHL #545713.
  2. [S240] 1900 Federal Census, Logan County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 319 & 320; FHL #1240319 - 20.

Jack P. Newlin

M, b. circa February 1918
     Jack P. Newlin was born circa February 1918 at Peoria Co. (probably), IL. He was the son of Nilwen Clarence Newlin and Grace Pierce.

Jean S. Newlin

F, b. circa 1914
     Jean S. Newlin was born circa 1914 at Illinois. She was the daughter of Nilwen Clarence Newlin and Grace Pierce.

Nilwen Clarence Newlin1

M, b. June 1886
     Nilwen Clarence Newlin was also known as Clarence N. He was born in June 1886 at Illinois 1900 census says 1885, but it was taken 23 June, and it says he was 14. And the marriage record says the wedding was November, 1885.1 He was the son of Willis A. Newlin and Sarah Broughton.1 Nilwen Clarence Newlin married Grace Pierce circa 1913. Occupation: Dentist in 1920 at Peoria, Peoria Co., IL.

Children of Nilwen Clarence Newlin and Grace Pierce

Citations

  1. [S1770] 1900 Federal Census, Ford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 300; FHL #1240300.

Sargent H. Newlin

M, b. 16 September 1841
     Sargent H. Newlin was born on 16 September 1841 at Crawford Co., IL. He was the son of Ahi Newlin and Rachel Elizabeth Hill. Sargent H. Newlin married Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes, daughter of Valentine Rhodes and Elizabeth Blind, on 30 September 1860 at Crawford Co., IL.

Children of Sargent H. Newlin and Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes

Citations

  1. [S1767] 1870 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 214; FHL #545713.

Willis A. Newlin1

M, b. August 1861
     Willis A. Newlin was born in August 1861 at Crawford Co., IL.1 He was the son of Sargent H. Newlin and Elizabeth Catherine Rhodes.1 Willis A. Newlin married Sarah Broughton, daughter of Peter Broughton and Mary Almira Tompkins, on 11 November 1885 at Logan Co., IL.

Children of Willis A. Newlin and Sarah Broughton

Citations

  1. [S1767] 1870 Federal Census, Crawford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 214; FHL #545713.
  2. [S1770] 1900 Federal Census, Ford County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 300; FHL #1240300.

Carl Lorraine Newlon

M, b. 6 June 1918, d. 27 December 2011
     Carl Lorraine Newlon was born on 6 June 1918 at Howard Co., IN. He was the son of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne. Carl Lorraine Newlon began military service on 29 December 1941 WW II, U.S. Army, enlisted at Ft. Benjamin Harrison, Indiana. He married Helen Marie Hall, daughter of Oscar D. Hall and Lelia Fern Rarey, on 30 March 1946 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, ANNIVERSARY ANNOUNCEMENT - Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana; Sunday, April 7, 1996; Page 20 (Newspapers.com)

Carl and Helen Newlon, 613 James Drive, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception at Maple Creek Country Club, Indianapolis, March 30.
Carl and the former Helen M. Hall were married March 30, 1946 at Main Street Christian Church. The Dr. Wales Smith officiated the ceremony.
He retired from Hertz Rent-a-Car and Newlon Metals, Inc.
She is retired from Union Bank and Central Manufacturing, Co.
They have one child, Christopher Kent Newlon of Indianapolis, and one grandchild.

Carl Lorraine Newlon died on 27 December 2011 at Murfreesboro, Rutherford Co., IN, at age 93 DEATH NOTICE - The Tennessean; Nashville, Tennessee; Wednesday, December 28, 2011; Page B& (Newspapers.com)

NEWLON, Carl L. -- Age 93 of Murfreesboro, passed away on December 27, 2011. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Woodlawn-Roesch-Patton Funeral Home.


Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Chicago Tribune; Chicago, Illinois; Sunday, May 12, 1940; Page 19 (Newspapers.com)

BANK CASHIER, 21, ADMITS THAT HE EMBEZZLED $1,500
Kokomo, Ind., May 11 [Special]. -- Carl L. Newlon, 21 years old, assistant cashier of the Union Bank and Trust company of Kokomo, has confressed embezzlement of $1,500 of bank funds, it was revealed today.
Newlon admitted the theft when confronted by Clyde R. Hill, the bank's auditor, with evidence of a shortage.
B. D. Mitchell, president of the bank, said young Newlon had been discharged, and that a bonding company had reimbursed the bank. Whether Newlon will be prosecuted is up to the bonding company, Mitchell stated.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Cincinnati Enquirer; Cincinnati, Ohio; Tuesday, October 1, 1940; Page 3 (Newspapers.com)

Prison Terms Given To Trio, Former Indiana Bank Tellers
Indianapolis, Ind., September 30 -- (AP) -- A trio of one-time bank tellers -- two of them in Indianapolis -- today received Federal prison terms on their pleas of guilty to charges of embezzlement.
B. Howard Caughran, Assistant United States District Attorney, asserted two of them, Charles G. Lewis, 29 years old, Indianapolis, and Carl L. Newlon, 22, Kokomo, squandered the funds they are allegedly to have stolen on games of chance.
Lewis, 13 years teller at the Fletcher Trust Company here, was accused ot taking $37,764 from that institution. He received a Federal Reformatory sentence of two and one half years.
Newlon, formerly employed at the Union Bank and Trust company of Kokomo, was sentenced to the reformatory at Chillicothe, Ohio for a year and a day.
The third former teller, Edwin F. Musselman, 31, received an eighteen month sentence in a reformatory. He is alleged to have embezzled $5,639 from the Union Trust Company in Indinapolis.
Judge Robert C. Baltzell stayed execution of the sentences of Musselman and Newlon until Saturday.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Star Press; Muncie, Indiana; Friday, October 27, 1944; Page 9 (Newspapers.com)

PENNVILLE
T. Sgt. Carl L. Newlon of Seattle, Wash; Miss Helen Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Newlon and son, of Kokomo, spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Crosbie and Mrs. Howard Thomas and daughter.

Note: Carl would later marry Helen Marie Hall.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana; Monday, January 28, 1946; Page 10 (Newspapers.com)

TWO-WAY RADIO ORDERED (photo)
Floyd Crumley and Carl L. Newlon (at mike), representing the Checker Cab company of Kokomo, are shown above trying out two-way radio dispatching to a cab from the American Taxicab association's convention headquarters in Chicago. The local cab company has ordered 12 of the mobile radios for its cabs, according to Mrs. Lelia Hall, owner of the business, and hopes to receive them within a few weeks. At the convention, guest taxicab operators were shown how two-way radio-telephone eliminates "dead" mileage, wasteful backtracking, etc. Demonstrators said it cuts gas and oil dead mileage 30 percent and means a considerable saving of tires as well as speedier service to the public.

Note: Lelia F. (Rarey) Hall, owner of the Kokomo Checker Cab Company, would become Carl Lorraine Newlon's mother-in-law two months after this article was written.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Courier-Post; Camden, New Jersey; Saturday, August 8, 1959; Page 6 (Newspapers.com)

'Bus-Cab' Service in Small Indiana City Fills Breach as Transit Company Quits
Kokomo, Ind. Aug. 8 -- This bustling central Indiana city, best known as the birthplace of the first practical automobile, now has another distinction: A "bus" company that picks up passengers at their doors.
Operator of this unusual transit firm is Carl L. Newlon, who figured he saw an opportunity in mid-1958 when Kokomo's only bus line finally gave up trying to provide transit service at a profit.
Mr. Newlon, who also runs the town's only taxi company, bought six black, well-worn taxis. The six cabs now comprise the entire fleet of the new Checker Transit Co., although he has two more such vehicles on order. "I figured that sooner or later someone would try to start a transit system and decided it might as well be me," say Mr. Newlon.
Here's how Checker Transit works:
The company has divided the city into six sections, one for each if its bus-cabs. When any Kokomo resident wants to travel from his home to downown, he phones the company. Each half hour, the bus-cabs leave their downtown stands and swing through their areas, picking up all the passengers who have called. The fare: 25 cents each.
Checker Transit's operation is similar in some respects to those of taxi companies in suburban towns. When such firms haul commuters to or from local railroad stations, they often handle more than one passenger in a single cab.
But there are basic differences, too. Checker's 25-cent fare is lower than that charged by most taxi companies for rides of comparable lengths. Then, too, Checker's drivers, unlike most cabbies, do not expect tips. And Checker's service is provided on a regular schedule.
The Kokomo bus-cabs follow no regular routes but instead travel the shortest possible distances to pick up and deliver their passengers. If business in one section exceeds the seven passenger capacity of a bus-cab, "I can back up the bus-cab with a regular taxi," says Mr. Newlon. If there are no passengers in one section when the bus-cab assigned to that area is scheduled to leave its downtown stand the bus-cab merely waits another half-hour.
The advantage of such is a system, says Mr. Newlon, "is that it gives us lots of flexibility, something buses don't have. By not moving unless we have a customer, a lot of dead mileage is eliminated. And I'm able to save on gas bills and cut down on repair expenses."
Up to now, Mr. Newlon admits, the transit company is operating with "a very narrow margin of profit." This profit, he says, is possible partly because the operations of his transit firm and his taxi company are closely coordinated.
The two firms, for example, share a common office, the rront room of the white frame houme of Mr. Newlon's mother-in-law, Mrs. Lelia Hall. Mrs. Hall and her late husband started the taxi company 36 years ago; several years ago she turned it over to Mr. Newlon.
Despite the slim profits, Mr. Newlon says he is pleased so far with his transit system. "It's at least keeping people satisfied -- if not happy." The system takes in an average of $150 a day.
Describing the bus-cab operation as "a dandy setup," Kokomo's mayor, Raymon Gilbert, says his office had received no complaints. "My wife used it once and she complained about having to ride all over town before getting home, but she got there and that's what counts."
Regarded as particularly attractive by riders is the home-pickup feature of the company's service. "I use to have to walk about four blocks to get to the bus," says Mrs. Harold Gatewood, who lives on the north edge of the city. "Now I can wait at my back door and the bus comes right up the driveway to pick me up." Mr. Gatewood, she explains drives the family car to work, "and without the service I would never be able to get downtown."
Similarly, Mrs. Eva Murdock, a middle-aged housewife, comments, "I couldn't get down to the doctor without it. Taxis cost so much it would be pretty near impossible for me to get downtown."
Reprinted from Wall Street Journal


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Kokomo Morning Times; Kokomo, Indiana; Friday, October 7, 1966; Page 7 (Newspapers.com)

2 cab firms here sued
Two damage suits totaling $45,000 were filed yesterday in Howard Circuit Court. Both were the result of auto mishaps involving two separate cab companies.
The complaint of Kania Marcum, filed by next friend, Clarence Marcum, alleges that the four-year-old Kania was struck and injured by a cab on April 15, 1960 as she was crossing the street in the 700 block of South Webster.
Named defendants in the $25,000 suit are Theodore F. Fewell, 811 S. Bell, the driver of the cab, Carl L. Newlon, 2430 N. Washington, the owner of the cab company, and the now defunct Checker Cab Co.
A $20,000 suit was filed by Garnet Fern Larimore, 2410 N. Webster, for injuries she alleedly received when a City Cab driven by Raymond Johnson reportedly stopped too quick. According to the suit, the incident happened June 9, 1966.

He was buried at Albright Cemetery (probably), Kokomo, Howard Co., IN.

Evelyn Newlon

F, b. 10 February 1924, d. 22 August 2006
     Evelyn Newlon was born on 10 February 1924 at Indiana. She was the daughter of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne. Evelyn Newlon married Neel Dean Fauber, son of Raymond Albert Fauber and Mabel Rebecca Scott, on 21 July 1946 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, Fauber-Newlon Wedding Service At Main Street Methodist Church
Seven-branch candelabra on either side of the altar on which were two tall standards of white gladioli and palms made a pretty setting for the wedding of Miss Evelyn Newlon and Neel Dean Fauber at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Main Street Methodist church. The bride is the daughter of R. Ray Newlon, 1311 South Washington street and Mr. Fauber is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Fauber of Plymouth, O.
The Rev. Jesse W. Fox performed the single ring ceremony, preceeding which David Drinkwater, organist, played "Clair de Lune," "Oh, Promise Me" and " At Dawning" and Miss Dorothy Hunt sang "Ich Liebe Dich," and "Because." The traditional wedding marches were played for the processional and recessional and "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms" as the service was read.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, made a lovely picture in her gown of white dotted Swiss. The long bodice, scalloped in front and straight across the back was fininshed with a cut-out sweetheart neckline and cap sleeves. Gathered to the bodice was the trained skirt which was accented by a front panel of ruffles of the material. She wore matching Swiss gloves, scalloped at the top and bottom, a fingertip veil, attached to the dotted Swiss headress, caught on either side with white glads, and a single strand of pearls. Her flowers were an all white bouquet of asters and gladioli, centerd by an orchid.
Miss Glendora Miles appeared in the bridal party as maid of honor, wearing blue dotted Swiss, and Miss Elaine Bowers as bridesmaid, dressed in yellow dotted Swiss. Miss Miles' dress styled like the bride's was marked by a white dotted Swiss ruffle inset and she carried pink gladioli, surrounded with yellow glads, with a center of pink blossoms.
George A. Fort of Cleveland, O., served as best man and Ray Fauber Jr. of Greentown, William Estabrook of Ithaca, N.Y., John Lichtenheld of Elmhurst, Ill., and James Donahue of Alexandria ushered.
Mrs. Fauber, mother of the bridegroom, wore a black crepe skirt, white eyelet embroidered blouse, black accessories and a corsage of gardenias, edge with pink roses.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Fauber greeted their friends at an informal reception at the home of the bride's father following the ceremony. Garden flowers decorated the rooms and the table, covered with white linen, held the wedding cake, garlanded with vari-colored gladioli, crystal holders with white tapers and the crystal punch bowl. Service was in silver and crystal. Mrs. Carl L. Newlon and Mrs. James N. Newlon, sisters-in-laws of the bride, assisted in the dining room.
When the couple left on a motor trip to Mackinac Island, Mich., the bride was wearing a light blue dressmaker suit, shell colored crepe blouse and sheer black straw picture hat, with patent leather accessories. After August 1, they will be at home at 1015 Columbia street, Lafayette.
The bride has been with Grand Adv. Inc., Chicago, as a secretary to the production manager. She was graduated from Kokomo High school with the class of 1942 and is a member of the Psi Iota Xi sorority. Mr. Fauber is a student at Purdue university and a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Out-of-town guests were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. George Masten, Coatesville; Mr. and Mrs. George Newlon, Pekin; Miss Dollyne Payne, Salem; Mrs. Harry W. Bowers, Anderson; Misses Janet Wonderies, Charlotte Schleck, Marise Carlson, Ruth Hendry and Catherine Sheridan, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Fauber, Plymouth, O; Mr. and Mrs. Francis L. Kaufman and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Kaufman, Greentown; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conwell, Mrs. Dean E. Fauber and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Fauber Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Clark, Lafayette; Mr. and Mrs Henry Fauber, Ashland, O; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Fauber Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A Fort, Cleveland, O., and Don B. Miller, Peru.

Note: Dollyne Elizabeth Payne was Evelyn Newlon's aunt.

Evelyn Newlon died on 22 August 2006 at Norwalk, Huron Co., OH, at age 82 OBITUARY - Norwalk, Ohio Reflector, August 2006, page 3, Column 2, 6; 6.


Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Sandusky Register; Sandusky, Ohio; Thursday, Feburary 18, 1960; Page 15 (Newspapers.com)

Norwald C-C To Retain Staff Aide
NORWALK -- Plans to continue employment of Mrs. Neel Fauber on a part-time basis at the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce office and to intensify the search for a secretary to succeed Jess Stevens, who is leaving March 1, were announced today by Curt Casper, C. of C. president.
Officers of the Chamber met Wednesday noon and decided to employ Mrs. Fauber on a temporary basis. The office will be open from 9 to 12 and 1 to 3.
Casper stated that he had contacted the Columbus office of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce in an effort to locate a new secretary.
Stevens has not yet announced his plans.


NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - News Herald; Port Clinton, Ohio; Thursday, March 27, 1975; Page 9 (Newspapers.com)

Honor 25 years service
Mrs. Thomas (Alma) Fox, Campaign Director for the South Shore Christmas Seal Association, and Mrs. Neel (Evelyn) Fauber, Program Director for South Shore, submitted their resignations effective March 31, 1975 at Shouth Shore Board of Directors meeting Tuesday in Norwalk.
Mrs. Fox, Sandusky, was the Christmas Seal Campaign Director for Erie, Huron, Lorain, Ottawa and Sandusky Counties since April 1, 1973 when the individual five county tuberculosis and health associations merged their operations to form one consolidated, non-profit voluntary health organization.
Mrs. Fauber was also employed by South Shore on April 1, 1973 to direct numerous programs on health to schools, industry and for the public in the five counties.
Richard Croll of Genoa, President of South Shore, noted with regret that Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Fauber both decided to retire after woking a combine total of 25 years with the Christmas Seal movement. "Both are experienced in fund raining and program and their consultation will be vitally missed at Shoth Shore," Mr. Croll said. "Both of these fine people were very instrumental in establishing a well defined direct mail compaign and health education program for South Shore following our recent merger."
Don Vogel, Executive Director of South Shore, spoke very emphatic about his association with each employee. "I tried to get to the office every day before Mrs. Fox, but she'd be there one-half hour before starting time with the coffee perking. And she had to travel from Sandusky to Norwalk every day.
"Whenever I was stumped with a budget problem or needed something to be prepared, Mrs. Fauber was right there ready to pitch in." Vogel stated. "I owe a lot to these wonderful people, for if it were not for their time-consuming problem solving, South Shore would be twelve months behind schedule!" Vogel said.
Vogel also pointed out that Mrs. Fox started in 1957 as a clerk typist for the former Erie County Tuberculosis and Health Association. She was appointed Executive Director of the Erie County TB Association in 1969 and maintained that position until South Shore's establishment. Most of the Erie County residents know of her because she took many chest x-rays on the moble chest x-ray cruiser which visited numerous Erie County neighborhoods a few years ago. Mrs. Fauber worked as the Executive Director for the former Huron County Tuberculosis and Health Association from Feb. 1, 1967 through March 31, 1973. Prior to this she worked for the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce from June 1959 to June 1966.
Mrs. Fox revealed in her letter of resignation that her years with the Respiratory Disease and Health Association have been immeasurably rewarding. "Any success I may have had through the years is due to the encouragement and cooperation of Board Members and those who worked closely with the association," Mrs. Fox stated.
Mrs. Fauber noted in her letter of resignation "The many individuals connected with South Shore are such fine people, I will miss the contact with them as I certainly enjoyed my association with them over the years."
Mr. Vogel, on behalf of the staff and board members presented Mrs. Fox and Mrs. Fauber with a silver serving tray and wished both success in the future.

James Bradley Newlon

M, b. 14 March 1944, d. 26 December 1991
     James Bradley Newlon was also known as "Brad". He was born on 14 March 1944 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. He was the son of James Norman Newlon and Mary Florence Koerner. James Bradley Newlon lived in 1966 at 1506 West Sunnyside Avenue, Chicago, Cook Co., IL. He died on 26 December 1991 at Scottsdale Memorial Hospital, Scottsdale, Maricopa Co., AZ, at age 47 Obituary, The Kokomo, Indiana Tribune, 31 DEC 1991, p.8:

James Newlon

Scottsdale, Ariz. -- Services for James "Brad" Newlon, 47, Scottsdale, were conducted Dec. 28 in Green Acres Memorial Gardens.
Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association, Post Office Box 7038, Phoenix, Ariz. 85011, or Arizona Kidney Foundation, 3019 N. 44th St., Suite 100, Phoenix, Ariz. 85018.
Newlon died Thursday, Dec. 26, 1991, in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. He was born March 14, 1944, in Kokomo, Ind., the son of James and Mary Newlon, who survive in Scottsdale.
He owned Brad Newlon Associates and was an interior designer.


Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - The Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana; Monday April 25, 1966; Page 3 (Newspapers.com)

Campus Corner
BRAD NEWLON NOW IS DECORATOR
Brad Newlon, 4925, S. Jefferson Rd., graduated on April 7 from Ray-Vogue School of Interior Design, Chicago. At Ray-Vogue, he was elected school representative to AID and NSID interior decorating professional groups. He received the school's first-place award for design two consecutive years, and his 1966 design was been entered in the national NSID contest.
A 1962 graduate of Northwestern High School, Newlon attended Ball State University for two years before entering Ray-Vogue. He has accepted a position with Richard Himmel, AID, of Chicago and Winnetka, Ill.
Newlon's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James Newlon.

James Norman Newlon

M, b. 24 November 1921, d. 19 December 2006
     James Norman Newlon was born on 24 November 1921 at Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne. James Norman Newlon married Mary Florence Koerner, daughter of William A. Koerner and Frances Fulton, on 10 October 1942 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT - The Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana; Monday, October 12, 1942; Page 5 (Newspapers.com)

Newlon and Koerner Nuptials Performed at Bride's Parents' Home
In a quiet ceremony solominized at 3:45 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the family residence, 1935 South Courtland Avenue, Miss Mary Florence Koerner, above, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Koerner, was united in marriage to James Norman Newlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newlon, 1311 South Washington street. The Rev. E. L. Gates, paster of the Main Street Methodist church, performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of the families and a few close friends.
The bride was lovely in a soldier blue street length dress, fashioned in princess style and trimmed with blue braid and silver bow buttons. Her brown pompadour hat had a small veil and other accessories also were in brown. She wore an orchid corsage.
Miss Evelyn Newlon, sister of the bridegroom, was the maid of honor, the bride's only attendant. She wore brown accessories with a brown street length dress, also made along princess lines and trimmed with a white collar. Her shoulder bouquet was yellow pompoms and yellow roses and her only jewlery was silver earrings, the gift of the bride.
The bridegroom and Charles E. Shearer Jr., who was best man, wore white chrysanthemum boutonnieres. Mr. Newlon's gift to his best man was a brown leather billfold.
Mrs. Koerner chose for her daughter's marriage a moss green crepe dress with which she wore brown accessories, while Mrs. Newlon accented her purple rayon jersey dress with black accessories.
Vows were exchanged before an improvised altar arranged between two large windows in the living room. Tall vases of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums and palms formed the setting. Following the ceremony, the bouquets were presented to Mr. and Mrs. John Masten of Coatsville, grandparents of the bridegroom, whose 48th wedding anniversary was on Saturday.
The newly married couple greeted their friends at a reception and wedding supper in the Duke Duchess room from 5 to 6 o'clock. The long tables, seating 25 guests, were centered with yellow and bronze mums and fall leaves, whitle the bridal table's centerpiece was a large three-tier cake. The wedding cake, beautifully decorated in blue and white icing, was topped with a minature bride and bridegroom.
The couple left immediately following the reception for a weekend trip, keeping their destination a secret. They returned to their new apartment, 915 1/2 South Armstrong street on Sunday night.
The bride was graduated from the Kokomo High school with the class of 1940 and is employed in the main office of the Continental Steel corporation. Mr. Newlon, who was also graduated from the Kokomo High school in 1940, is engaged in civil service work by the Austin Construction company.
Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Fulton, Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Thomas and Dick Micheles of Logansport; Mrs. Elmer Koerner of Marion; Miss Florence Koerner of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. John Masten of Coatsville.

Note: Mr. and Mrs. John Masten were parents of Guilia F. (Masten) Newlon, second wife of Roscoe Ray Newlon. Gulia was the step-mother of James Norman Newlon, making her parents, step-grandparents.

James Norman Newlon died on 19 December 2006 at Maricopa Co. (probably), AZ, at age 85 Dates per SSDI, last residence Scottsdale.

Child of James Norman Newlon and Mary Florence Koerner

Janet Elaine Newlon

F, b. 27 June 1958, d. 27 June 1958
     Janet Elaine Newlon died on 27 June 1958 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. She was born on 27 June 1958 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. She was the daughter of Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr. and Barbara Jean Merrell. Janet Elaine Newlon was buried in 1958 at Sunset Memory Garden, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, Findagrave #102837812.

Richard Lewis Newlon

M, b. 21 March 1920, d. 3 October 1920
     Richard Lewis Newlon was born on 21 March 1920 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. He was the son of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne. Richard Lewis Newlon died on 3 October 1920 at Howard Co., IN. He was buried in October 1920 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN.

Richard Rosencrantz Newlon1

M, b. 15 April 1859, d. 10 September 1920
     Richard Rosencrantz Newlon was born on 15 April 1859 at Indiana.1 He married Arvada Belle Cauble in June 1881 at Washington Co., IN.1 Richard Rosencrantz Newlon died on 10 September 1920 at Washington Co., IN, at age 61. He was buried in September 1920 at Crown Hill Cemetery, Salem, Washington Co., IN, Findagrave #5130208.

Child of Richard Rosencrantz Newlon and Arvada Belle Cauble

Citations

  1. [S1205] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 411 - 412; FHL #1240411 - 2.

Roscoe Ray Newlon

M, b. 14 October 1893, d. 10 April 1957
     Roscoe Ray Newlon was born on 14 October 1893 at Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Richard Rosencrantz Newlon and Arvada Belle Cauble.1 Roscoe Ray Newlon married Mary Lucretia Payne, daughter of Lewis Cass Payne and Ferebee Ellen Brickey, on 26 February 1916 at Washington Co., IN. Roscoe Ray Newlon married Giulia F. Masten before April 1930.2 Roscoe Ray Newlon lived on 8 April 1930 at 705 East Walnut Street, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN; School teacher.2 He married Fern Bessie Miller circa 1951. Roscoe Ray Newlon died on 10 April 1957 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, at age 63 OBITUARY - The Indianapolis, Indiana News, Friday, April 12, 1957; Page 27 (Newspapers.com):

Rites Tomorrow for Kokomo Teacher, 63
KOKOMO, Ind. -- Funeral rites for Roscoe Ray Newlon, 63, auto mechanics instructor at Kokomo High School, will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Main Street Methodist Chruch. Burial will be at Sunset Memorial Gardens.
He died Wednesday after becoming ill as he was leaving a teachers' meeting in the school.
Born on a farm at Pekin. Mr. Newlon was a graduate of Salem High School. He taught school from 1913 to 1915 in Washington County.
In 1918 he went to work as an auto mechanic in Kokomo. In 1924 he joined the Kokomo school faculty, teaching in the vocational department for 32 years.
Surviving are the widow, Fern; a daughter, Mrs. Neil (sic) Fauber, Norwalk, O; four sons, Carl L. and James N. Newlon, both of Kokomo; Roscoe R. Newlon Jr., Sharpsville, and Robert M. Newlon of Lafayette; two brothers, George Newlon, Pekin and Earl Newlon of Salem, and a sister, Mrs. Kenneth Good of Los Angeles.

He was buried in April 1957 at Sunset Memory Garden, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, Findagrave #102837849.
Note: After Mary died, Ray married Guilia F. Masten. They had a son, Robert. Guilia died in 1943. Ray later married Fern Bessie Miller. Fern was Ray's son, Roscoe Ray Newlon, Jr.'s, mother-in-law.
On his U.S. World War II Draft Registration Card, Ray listed Mrs. Everett Graves, Salem, Indiana, as the person that would always know his address. I believe she was Charity Catherine (Brewer) Graves (1902 - 1998), second wife of Charles Everett Graves. What connection Ray had to Charity, I have not been able to determine.

Children of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne

Citations

  1. [S1205] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Rolls 411 - 412; FHL #1240411 - 2.
  2. [S2603] 1930 Federal Census, Howard County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 591; FHL #2340326.

Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr.

M, b. 25 August 1926, d. 4 March 1998
     Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr. was born on 25 August 1926 at Salem, Washington Co., IN. He was the son of Roscoe Ray Newlon and Mary Lucretia Payne. Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr. began military service on 26 December 1944 WW II service, enlisted, discharged 23 NOV 1946. Korean War service, U.S. Air Force. He married Barbara Jean Merrell, daughter of Glen Meredith Merrell and Fern Bessie Miller, on 24 July 1953 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. Occupation: Time study engineer for Chrysler Corporation between 1961 and 1985 at Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr. died on 4 March 1998 at Howard Co., IN, at age 71 Dates per SSDI, last residence Kokomo. He was buried in March 1998 at Sunset Memory Garden, Kokomo, Howard Co., IN, Findagrave #102837877.

Child of Roscoe Ray Newlon Jr. and Barbara Jean Merrell

(?) Newman

M
     (?) Newman married Grace Gladys Wendell, daughter of Samuel Edward Wendell and Maggie Lee Brown, in 1923.

Alfred Jonathan Newman1

M, b. 17 September 1878, d. 21 March 1967
     Alfred Jonathan Newman was born on 17 September 1878 at Texas.1 He was the son of George Washington Newman and Sarah Jane Harbour.2 Alfred Jonathan Newman married Anna M. Mitchell, daughter of Emor Hawkins Mitchell and Emily Sophia Reynolds.1 Alfred Jonathan Newman lived on 12 January 1920 at 189 North Sycamore Street, Denton, Denton Co., TX; Occupation: School Teacher.1 He lived on 17 April 1930 at Precinct 4, Jones Co., TX; Occupation: Proprietor, General Store.3 He died on 21 March 1967 at Taylor Co., TX, at age 88 Dates per SSDI, last residence Abilene. He was buried in March 1967 at Good Hope Cemetery, Washington Co., TX, Find A Grave Memorial# 26146006.

Children of Alfred Jonathan Newman and Anna M. Mitchell

Citations

  1. [S3903] 1920 Federal Census, Denton County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 1796.
  2. [S3904] 1880 Federal Census, Washington County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1331; FHL #1255331.
  3. [S3906] 1930 Federal Census, Jones County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 2365; FHL #2342099.