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OF THE DESCENDANTS OF
HARD WICK TOWNSHIP
TOGETHER WITH HISTORICAL AND BIO-
GRAPHICAL SKETCHES AND ILLUS-
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ANDREW NEWBAKER HOMESTEAD
Hardwick Township, Warren County, New Jersey
P E E F A C E,
It has been a great pleasure to tbe author of
this work for a number of years past to collect
together and publish in book form for permanent
preservation, genealogies of his ancestry through
various lines of descent from pioneer ancestors, as
well as those of other families not related to him.
In the ])resent instance, though not connected in
any way by the ties of blood, he was happily im-
pressed with the idea of compiling and publishing
this work from a long and intimate acquaintance
from boyhood with members of the family, some of
whom were his schoolmates, and one of his early
teachers in the public school is a member of the
family, and the fact that he made his home with
members of the family for some years, and from
which associations he has many happy and tender
One of the chief objects, however, of this work,
as all genealogies are, is to preserve from oblivion
the more remote history of the pioneer ancestor,
Andrew Newbaker, and his immediate descendants
from father to son down to the present generation
of the family, for the benefit of future generations.
The study of Genealogy is both interesting and
of great value. Its effects ought to be beneficial
in maintaining the honor and integrity of a family
extending through a long line of progenitors whose
IV THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
memory should be cherished with loyal devotion to
endless day, and whose virtues are wt>rthy of em-
It IS commendable to be familiar with one's
family history, and eminently i^roper to jjut it on
record in convenient form for the benefit of future
generations Such records will be of incalculable
value to generations yet unborn, and will be high-
ly prized by them These genealogical trees will
become heirlooms in the family, and volumes will
be sought for and placed iu public libraries. In
the family, too, they will wield an influence, as the
lives of unselfish devotion to God, conscience and
family, of the forefathers, are recounted, to keep
unsullied the family name.
A. J. FRETZ.
Milton, X, J., March, 1908.
THOMAS H. HANKINSON
THE NEWBAKER FAMILY
OF HARDWICK, N. J.
I, Andrew Newbaker, pioneer and progenitor of
the Newbaker family of New Jersey, was born in
Germany or Holland in 1759. The date of his emi-
gration to America is not known, but evidently was
some time prior to about 1790. A brother by the
name of John came with him, and located some-
where in Pennsylvania.
A German or Dutch Bible was brought along
from the fatherland; and was in the possession of
the late Charles H. Nfw baker, which may have con-
tained some old fan)ily records, but the Bible has
gone astray and cannot be found.
Andrew Newbaker settled in Hardwick township,
Warren county, N. J , about three miles west of the
village of Stillwater, on the farm later devised to
hib son, Charles H. Newbaker, and now owned and
occupied by Alonzo Hill. The present residence is
a modern structure erected by the present owner.
There are conveyances of record to Andrew New-
baker for lands in Hardwick township in the years
j82(5 — 1830;- Grantors, Amos Ogden and Samuel Lan-
iiing, He was possessed of considerable property,
and presented each of his children with a farm.
He was married in March, 1792, to Mary Ann
Kishpaugh. She was of ' Holland Dutch descent, and
6 THK NEWBAKER HIST(»RY
was horn Jannaiy 13, 1771; died Nuveiiibtr 1^7, 18^0.
Later in life they removed to a farm near Blairs-
town, now owned b}- William Hill, where they lived
until their death, he dying August 19, 1841 They
Avere members of the Keforined church at Stillwater,
of which the Rev. Jacob Senu was pastor, the name
of Andrew Newbaker being in a list of church menj-
bers in 1791. After the breaking up cjf the Reformed
churcli at Stillwater they evidently united with the
Presbyterian church. Their toml»slones at Stillwater
bear the follc>wiug inscriptions:
]X MEMORY OF
A N D R E ^\' X E W B A K E R
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
AUGUST 11), 1S41
Aged 82 Years
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lcrd."
IN MEMORY OF
MARY ANN, WIFE OF
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE
NOVEMBER 27, 1850
Aged 79 years, 10 months, 14 days
•'I have fought a good tight, I have finished
my course, I have kept the faith."
Letters of administration were granted Septem-
ber 7, 1841, to Mary Ann Newbaker and Charles
The following children were born to them, viz:
Elizabeth, Elsey, Lydia, Jacob, Anna, Sarah, Phu^be,
DESCENDANTS OF ELIZABETH NEWBAKEK,
DAUGHTEK OF ANDREW NE WEAKER.
II. Elizabeth Newbaker, b Noveiuber 17, 1792,
a 1863, in William Teel May 28, 1812. He was b
1791, d 18(JJ. He was a tanner, and lived near
Blairstovvn dh tlje farm now owned and uccipied b\-
Charles Juness. William Teel was a large man phys-
ically, about six Jeet tall, and weighiiijj- about 17()
p.xuids. PreLbyteriau. C, Cuaries, Elizabeth, Sarah.
lil. Charles Hampton Teel, b 1814, d l85i), m
Mary Al ancle. She was b April '_'(), 1811, d April
li.), 1892 Fanner in Warren county, N. J. Presby-
terian. C, Eiizabetn, Nancy, Sarah.
IV. Ehzabeth Teel, b July 19. 18.50, d April 4,
1880, m Geozge G Depue, He was I) Feb. 28, 1825,
d Dec. I, 189(3. Farmer. Mrs. Depue, Methodist Epis-
copal. C, Charles, Annie, Peter, Mary, Cordelia.
V. Charles H Depue, b Jan. 21, 1850, in Stella
J. Lundy. PO Newton, N. J, R F D No. 1. Fanner.
Methodist Episcopal. No issue.
V. Annie J. Depie, b Feb. 7, 1858, m Edward
Thompson, d. Res 21:} Mam St., Madison, N. J.
V. Peter H. Depae, b Feb. 4, 18(;(), ni Ehza-
beth Opdike. P O Summit, N. J.
V. Mary E Depue, b March 20, 18G5, in J. W
Carter, P O Chatham Center, N. J.
V. Cordelia Depue, d.
IV. Nancy Teel, b October 21. 1838, d October
7. 1867, in Daniel L. Huselton, January 27, 1859.
He was b October 5, 1839, Res Brooklyn, N. Y.
FariJier. Presbyterian. C. Anna, William.
V, Anna Elizabeth Huselton, b at Belvidere, N.
J., April 22, 1861, m George T. Prall, November
16, 1881, P O Delawaie, N. J. Wholesale merchant
of seeds, sand, hay, etc. Christian Science.
C, VI. Mary M. Prall, b January 9, 1890
V. William S Huselton, b at Centerville, War-
ren county, N. J., January 14 1864, m Lillian Smith
Ayers, June 14, ISSS, Res 432 Bainbridge street.
8 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
Brookl3'u, N. Y. Wholesale commission merchant.
Presbyterian. C, VI. Agnes Bell Huselton, b March
25, 1889; Will Wesley Huselton, b Feb. 20, 1891;
Harold Milton Huselton, b May 1(5, 1895, d May
IV. Sarah K. Teel, b May 6. 1844, m Andrew
N. Snover. (See Andrew N. Snover family.)
jij. Elizabeth Teel, b about 1820, d 1839, m Jo-
seph Gardner Ang-le-i= ni 1888. He was b July 21,
1814, d December 29, 189(). Farmer. Presbyterian.
IV. William Teel Angle, b March 10, 1889, d
September 1, 1905, m Samantha Kern, May 21, 1859.
Farmer, Merchant and Life Insurance. Methodist
Episcopal. C, Ehzabeth, Frances, liachel, William
Emma, Carrie, Joseph.
V. Elizabeth Evaline Angle, b March 15, 18G0,
m Isaac Gibbs, d.
V. Frances Annabelle Angle, b March (5, 18G2,
m Byram C. Edgerton, November 8, 1881, Res 1 Al-
den St., West Orange, N. J. Employed in Edison
Phog. Methodist E|)isc()pa!. C, Verner, Kaymoud, '
, VI. Verner Eli Edgerton, b at Blairstown, N. J.,
September 22, 1882, m Kitty Neary, June 27,1904,
Kes 84 4th St., Newark, N." J, ililk dealer. C,
VII. Verner Edgerton, d.
VI. Raymond Angle Edgerton, b July 2, 1889.
VI. Madison Edgerton, b August 25, 1908.
V. Rachel Adaline Angle, b February 29, 18G4,
m Joseph A. Keene, December 24, 1892. P O New-
ton, N. J. Nurseryman. Methodist E]nscopal. C,
Vi. Infant son, d March 12, 1900.
V, William Kern Angle, b June 20, 180(5, m Marv
Louisa Rversoii, December 25, 1889, Res (>88 Pres-
* Son of David Kiigle, who was born June 3, 1798, and died
December 'J, ISliU. Grandson of Paul Engle, who wa.s born in
Germany in April, 1752. ("anie to America when a j'oiing man,
and died iMay 28, 1808. .Married Catharine Biles, born March 25,
1753, died Sept. Id, 18Jit. Name changed from Engle to Angle in 1830.
REV. T. B. CONDIT
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEWBAKER 9
ident St., Brooklyn, N. Y. Printer. Methodist Epis-
copal. C, Dorothy Newton, (adopted daughter), b
June 19, 1890.
V, Emma Dell Angle, b December 5, 1868, m
Henry E. Stoddart, March 5, 1890, Res 50 Web.
ster street, Newark, N.J. Painter and wood worker.
Methodkt Episcopal. C, VI. Norman H. Stoddart, b.
June 15, d September 7, 1893; Mary Adda Stoddart,
b April 10, 1899.
V. Carrie Leola Angle, b April G, 1875, m Mad-
ison M. Long, February 22, 1897, Res 162 Albany
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Coujpositor. Methodist Episco-
pal. C, VI. Edwin M. Long, b January 25, 1898,
d February 18, 1898.
V. Joseph Walton Angle, b October 16, 1877,
d July 9, 1903, S.
III. Sarhh Ann Teel, b d
m Charles Kelsey, 1 c, d? No issue.
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEWBAKER
DAUGHTER OF ANDREW NEWBAKER.
II. Elsey Ann Newbaker, b February 20, 1795,
d January 14, 1852, m Thomas H. Hankinson,* Dec-
ember 9, 1813. He was b February 16, 1791, d Au-
gust 27, 1868. Thomas H. Hankinson was born in
what is now Stillwater township, then Hardwick.
After marriage he lived oa a farm near Wintermute's
foundry, above Middl^ville, for some years, when he
removed to a farm in Hardwick township, about 3
miles west of Marksboro. This farm was, at that
time, owned by his father-in-law, Andrew Newbaker,
after whose death it was allotted to his daughter,
Elsey (Newbaker) Hankinson. They lived there for
many years, and there Elsey died. After her death
her husband, Thomas H. Hankinson, contmued to live
there for some years, until he married his second
*Soii of James Hankinson, whose wife was a Ha/.en, niid
grandson of William Hankinson.
10 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
wife, a widow Swartswelder, when he removed to
Jacksonburg, where he lived retired to the time of
his death. They were members of the Presbyterian
church, the wife, Elsey Ann, being one of the 13
original members of the PresbyteriaD church of Still-
water when it was organized in 1837. C, Andrew,
Elizabeth, Sarah, Catharine, Mary, Elijah, Lanah and
III. Andrew N. Haukinson, b November 10, lsl4,
d October iG, 1841, m Huston. No issue.
III. Elizabeth Hankinson, b May 26, 1817, d March
30, 1847, m Gideon L. Kinnev, March 1), 1837. He
was b July 4. 1813, d February 20, 1894. Farmer,
C, Rachel, Charles, Elsie, John, Margaret, Mary,
IV. Rachel Kinney, b in Warren county, N. J.,
in ls37, d in Monroe county, Pa., December, 1887,
m John Primrose in 1861, He was b in Sussex coun-
ty, N. J., in 1828, d in Monroe county. Pa., in 1893.
Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C, Chai'les, George,
Gideon, Joseph, Abbie, Lydia.
V. Charles K. Primrose, b in Monroe county, Pa.,
in 1863, m Alice Moshier in 1887. PO East Strouds-
burg. Pa. Farmer. Attend Methodist Episcopal church,
C, VI. Earl Primrose, b 1888.
V. George E. Primrose, b and d 1805.
V, Gideon L. Primrose, b 1808, m Margaret Smith.
P O East Stroudsburg, Pa,
V. Jose^jh H. Primrose, b and d 1870; Abbie
Primrose, b and d 1872; Lydia D. Primrose, b 1874,
IV. Charles F. Kinney, b at Blairttown, N. J.,
December 18, 1838, m Catharine Schoonover of Bush-
kill, Pa., July 4, 1868. P O East Strondsburg, Pa. Mil-
ler. Baptist. C, Ira, Eugene, Samuel, William, Lizzie.
V. Ira L. Kinnev. b Julv 10, 1809, m Marv
Eaul. She d December 20, 1906. P O Portland, Pa.
School teacher. Baptist. C,
VI, Florence Kinney, Harold C. Kinney.
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEWBAKER 11
V. Eugeue Kiimej^ b July 4, 1871, m Lulu An-
gle, June lli, 1895. P O East Stroudsburg, Pa.
Miller. Baptist. C, Vi. Verna Kiujie}'.
V. Samuel Q. Kinney, b SeiDtember 27, 1873, m
Mattie Trausue, November 19, 1902. P O East Strouds-
burg, Pa. Polisher and plater. Baptist. C,
VI. Charles O. Kinney, Lesley Kiuney.
V. William A. Kinney, b September 12, 1875, m
Maud C. Place, April 22, 1908. Res Seranton, Pa.
V. Lizzie May Kinney, b December 12, 1884. P
O East Stroudsbnrg, Pa. School teacher. Baptist. S,
IV. Elsie A. Kinney, b January 27, 1840, m Elias
Snover, November 12, ISGO. He d January 17,1903.
Farmer. Methodist Episcoj^al. C, Marshall, Mary,
Y. Marsrhall H. Snover, b December 12, 18G1,
m May Bird. P O Ogdeusburg, N. J.
y. Mary A. Snover, b August 19, 1863, d July
V. Rosa B Snover, b February 23, 1867; m My-
ron Christian, December 17, 18S5. PO Vails, N. J.
Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C, VI. Elias S. Chris-
tian, b November 12, 1886; Floyd M. Christian, b
April 3, 1894; Clarence A. Christian, b December
iV. John S. Kinnev, b August 8, 1841, d July
IV, Margaret Kinney, b in Warren county, N. J.,
May 4, 1843, m Adam "Transue in 1865. P O Co-
lumbia, N. J. Farmer. Lutheran. C, Kinney, Olive,
Y. Kiuney G. Transue, b November 9, 1867, m
Stella Mosier in 1891. P O Columbia, N. J. Far-
mer. Methodist Episcopal. C, VI. Grace Agnes Tran-
sue, b September 26, 1892; Addie Trausue, b Juiie
8, 1894; Gwendoline Transue, b March 12, 1897.
y. Olive Transue, b 1870, m J. W. Allen.
P O Delaware Water Gap, Pa. Painter and Deco-
rator. Presbyterian. C, VI. Marguerite E. Allen, b
12 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
June 20, 1896; Thelma Allen, b June 14, 1897.
V. Charles T. Transue, b May 25, 1885. P O
German Valley, N. J. Teacher. S.
IV. Mary E. Kinney, b in Warren county, N. J.,
July 10, 1845, m Chester L. McClellan, March 20,
186G. Kes 204 4th St., Pittsburg, Pa. Carpenter.
United Presbyterian. C, Annie, Geoi'ge, James, Fan-
nie, Mary, Chester.
V. Annie R. McClellan. b August 2, 18G7, m
George N. Smith. Ees Fourth street, 40th ward,
Pittsburg, Pa. Carpenter. C,
VI. Carrie Smith, Kinney L. Smith, George N.
Smith, Jr., Henry C. Smith.
V, George E.* McClellan, b November 24, 186S,
d March 27, 1874.
V. James L. McClellan, b September 10, 1870,
d March 26, 1874.
V. Fannie K. McClellan, b February 28, 1873,
d November 18, 1870.
V. Mary Elizabeth McClellan, b February 28, 1876,
m Benjamin S. Hulme. P O Sheridanville, Pa. Trav-
eling Salesman. United Presbyterian.
V. Chei-:ter L McClellan, b September 23, 1879,
m Bertha M. Gallaway. P O Sheridanville, Pa. Car-
penter. United Presbyterian. C,
VI. Mary Leota McClellan.
IV. Thomas H. Kinney, b in Hardwick township,
Warren county, N. J., March 18, 1847, m Sarah
A. Heater in" 1870. She d February 16, 1901. C,
Ida, Lester. Thomas m 2d wife, Hattie Bruce, in
1902. P O East Stroudsburg, Pa. Laborer. Baptist.
Y, Ida Kinney, b July 14, 1872, m James S.
Lynch, February 9, 1887. P O East Stroudsbnrg,
Pa. Carpenter. Baptist C,
VI. Lester Bard Lvnch, b January 20, 1888, d April
29, 1892; Irvin T. Lynch, b September 8, 1890, d
March 22, 1891; Olive Hester Lynch, b March 4,
1893; Alfred James Lynch, b August 3, 1895.
y. Lester Kinney, b June 23, 1884, m Laura F.
Edinger, August 29, ' 1906. P O Belleville, 111. Glass
Blower. Mrs. Kinney, Methodist Episcopal.
MRS. ELIZABETH TEEL
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEVVBAKER H!
III. Sarah Ann Hankinson, b near Middleville,
N. J., February 13. 1820, m Isaac R. Konkle, Sep-
tember 18, 18-43. He was a son of John B. and
Mary (Read) Konkle, and was b in Hardwick town-
ship, Sussex county, (now Warren county), N. J.,
June 6, 1819, on his gi-andfather's farm, about three
miles northwest of Marksboro, now owned by Clark
Hill. He lived all his life in Hardwick, within a
few miles from whei-e he was born. He commenced
housekeeping on his father's farm, which was a part
of his grandfather's farm. He lived there about two
years, when he moved to Koukle's Corner, on a prop-
erty now owned by Abraham K. Wintermute, where
he lived for thirteen years, during which time he
worked at his trade as a carpenter, having previously
served an ai^prenticeship with Silas Casterline.
In 1858 he gave up his trade and moved on
the farm of his father-in-law, Thomas H. Hankinson,
and took up the occupation of a farmer, where he
remained till 1869, when he removed to the Gar-
ner H. Bowers farm near Squires' corner, which he
had purchased two years previous, and where he con-
tinued farming until his death, February 9, 1901.
Christian church. C, Andrew, Martha, Mary, Irene,
IV. Andrew Hankinson Konkle, b August 2.5, 184-4,
on a farm at that time owned by his grandfather,
John B. Konkle, und within an eighth of a mile from
where Isaac R. KonMe, the father of Andrew, was
born. The farm is no.v ow^ned by Theodore Wilson,
who married Florence Konkle, a sister of Andrew,
this farm having been m the Konkle family for one
hundred and forty years.
Andrew attended the district school in his neigh-
borhood until he was about fifteen years of age,
when he entered the Blairstown academy, then un-
der the principalship of J. Henry Johnson. He at-
tended there during the winter terms, and worked
at home on the farm in the summer, up to the age
of eighteen, when he taught school during the win-
ter months and continued to work on the farm in
14 THE NEWBAKEH HISTuRY
Hummer. At the age of 21 he took u'l^ the pro-
fession of yurveyor, doing considerable work in that
line in his neighborhood uutil 1872, when he re-
moved to Newton, N, J., where he has made Sur-
veying and Civil Engineering his entire work up to
the preijent time, doing work throughout the whole
of Sussex county and adjoining teiritory, occasion-
ally going beyond the state lines into Pennsylvania
and New York.
He has been twice married. His first wife was
Achsah A... daughter of Aaron and Mary A. (Kerr)
Luse, whom he married March 22, 18GG. She d
March 31, 1901. He married as his second wife
Mary E., daughter of John S. and Mary (Stoll)
DePue, June 2(5, 1902. P O Newton, N. J. Chris-
tian church. No issue.
IV. Martha Konkle, b November 30, 1847, d same
IV. Mary Konkle, b November 30, 1.S47, (twin),
m Samuel H. Loderick, January G, LSTO. P O Madi-
son, N. J. Farmer. Christian church. C, Anna, John
V. Anna M. Loderick, b October 25, 1874, m
Frederick K. Fredericks, July, 1899. Ees 15 East
Mechanic street, Newark, N. J. C,
VI. Floyd Ellsworth Fredericks; b November 23, 1900.
V. John Floyd Loderick, b June 10, 1884. Em-
ployed in Electric Power house, Madison, N. J. S.
IV. Irene Konkle, b in Hardwick township, N. J.,
June 21, 1855, m James M. Hill, July 4. 1877. He
d September 4, 1905. Farmer. C, Sadie, Myrtie.
V. Sadie F. Hill, b January 29, 1878. Res 717
Wood street, Easton, Pa. S.
V. Myrtie May Hill, b June 22, i879, m Eu-
gene Shipjw. P O Martin's Creek, Pa. Farmer. C,
VI. Irene Shipps, Roy Shipp.s.
V. Rosa B. Hill, b October IG, 1881, m Fred
Mattock. P O Hampton Junction, N. J. c'aipenter.
V, Orin K. Hill, b December 28, 1 884. Res G21
E street. Northwest, Washington, D. C. Construct-
ion worker on electric machinerv.
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEWBAKER 15
IV. Florence Konkle, b December 7, 1863, in The-
odore Wilson, January 26, 1883. P O Blairstown,
N. J. Farmer. Methodibt Episcopal. C,
V. Nellie May Wilson, b September 14, 1885. P O
Blairstown, N. J. Methodist Episcopal. S.
Myrtie Irene Wilson, b April 24, 1897. Methodist
III. Catharine Hankinson, b June 15, 1822, d July
3, 1886, m Theodore Marthis, February 8, 1842. He
was b March 18, 1821, d November 19, 1888. Mrs.
Marthis, Presbyterian. C, Lewis, George, Edward,
Thomas, Mary, Martha, Theodore, Emma.
IV. Lewis A. Marthis, b in Sussex county, N.
J., January 10, 1843, m Emma Frazier, November
17, 1869. " P O Port Jervis, N. Y., RED. Miller,
later Farmer. Reformed church. No i8si,ie.
IV. George Marthis, b July 25, 1845, m Mrs.
Clara Decker, (nee Godfrey), February 18, 1882.
Res 12 Pine street, Newark, N. J. Real E.state and
Insurance Agent. C, Geraldine, Theodore.
V. Geraldine Marthis, b 1882. Res 12 Pine street,
Newark, N. J. Book-keeper.
V. Theodore Conald Marthis, b 1884, m Agnes
Carruth, of Kearny, N, J., January 18, 1906. Res 12
Pine street, Newark, N. J. Fireman on Central
R. R. of N. J
IV. Edward M. Marthis, b at Stillwater, N. J.,
July 25, 1845, (twin), m Emma Holler, of Goulds-
boro. Pa., May 19, 1872. Res 5 High street. Bingham-
ton, N. Y. Clerk in store. Lutheran. C, Cora, Os-
car, Harry, Edna.
V. Cora M. Marthis, b February 5, 1S74, m
Ora Harden, November 22, 1898. P O Sussex, N. J.
Coal, Feed and Lumber business. Methodist Epis-
copal. C, VI. Ida Harden, b August 25. 1902.
V, Oscar H. Marthis, b September 8, 1875, m
V, Harry H. Marthis, b April 21, 1884, d 1885.
V. Edna Marthis, b June 13, 1886. Res Bing-
hamton, N. Y. Clerk. Lutheran.
16 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
IV. Thomas H. Marthis, b iu Wavren couuty, N.
J., December 16, 1847, m Sarah F. Winlield, March
18, 1876. P O Coleville, N. J. Farmer. C, Mary.
V. Mary L. Marthis, b September 23, 1877, m
Sylvester McNally. Res 25 Norfolk street, Newark,
V. Josephine Marthis, b November 10, 1879, m
Elias Cole, November 28, 1901. Res 11 Sussex St.,
Newton, N. J. Laster in Merriam Shoe Co. factory.
V. Daisy Marthis, b January 1, 1882.
IV. Mary W. Marthis, b m George
Frazier. He d November, 1873. No issue. Mary
m second husband, William Crusen, February, 1875.
P O Hope, N. J. C, Robert.
V. Robert S. Crusen, P O Hope, N. J.
IV. Martha S. Marthis, b May 10, 1853. d Sep ■
tember 28, 1886, m David Van Blarcom in 1875.
IV. Theodore C. Marthis, b in AVarreu county,
N. J.. June 29, 1858, m Lottie A. Cole, October
3, 1889. P O Coleville, N. J. Carpenter. Baptist.
IV. Emma C. Marthis, b February 3, 1860, m
James J. Van Sickle in 1877. P O Coleville, N. J.
Farmer. C, Lewis, Fred, Alton.
y, Lewis Van Sickle, b February 7, 1878, m
Maud Ayers, February 7, 1901. P O Sussex, N. J.
C, VI. Marion Van Sickle, b September 18, 1903.
y. Fred Van Sickle, b February 8, 1882. Res
1988 Polk street, Chicago, 111. Shipping Clerk for
Sears, Roebuck & Co. S.
V. Alton D. Van Sickle, b May 19, 1884. Res
1875 Lexington avenue. New York. Flagman New
York Central Rj'. S.
III. Mary Hankiusou, b September 7, 1824, m
Ira K. "Wilson, October 17, 1844. He was b Sep-
tember 4, 1822, d April 3, 1858. School teacher and
Dentist. Christian church. C, Caroline, Emaretta,
Dewitt, Austin, Theodore, Louisa.
DESCENDANTS OF ELSBY ANN NEWBAKER 17
IV. Caroline "Wilson, b July 12, 1845, m Obed-
iah Allen Hummer, December 26, 1867. Res 98 Mer-
cer street, Phillipsburg, N. J. Harness maker. Meth-
odist Episcopal. No issue.
IV. Emaretta Wilson, b September 21, 1846, d
September 20, 1873, m "William Hall. Res Wash-
ington, N. J. Engineer, Methodist Episcopal. C,
V. Anna Hall, b June 29, 1873, m Ezra Ayers.
Res Washington, N. J.
IV. DeWitt C. Wilson, b March 5, 1848, d
March 8, 1848.
IV. Austin Clark Wilson, b August 18, 1849,
d September 10, 1854.
IV. Theodore F. Wilson, b March 9, 1851, d
November 23, 1851.
IV. Louisa Wilson, b July 8, 1853, ra Milton
Greene in 1878. Res Hope, N. J. Farmer and Fruit
Grower. Christian church. C, Mame, Nellie, Carrie,
Fannie, Azannah, Bessie.
V^ Mame Greene, b May 20, 1879. m Frank
Loller, January 8, 1901. P O Hope, N. J. Farmer.
Mrs. Loller, Christian church. C,
VI. Milton Loller, b June 4, 1901; Walter Loller,
b July 3, 1903; Harry Loller, b February 28, 1905;
Kenneth Loller, b October 27, 1906
V. Nellie Greene, b January 15, 1882, m W.
Raymond Richards, July 31, 1902, P O Phillips-
burg, N. J. Proprietor Phillipsburg Printing and
Publishing Co. Methodist Episcopal. C,
VI. Helen Richards, b February 12, 1903; Paul
Richards, b August 10, 1906.
.- v.- Carrie Greene, b March 26, 1884.
,'Y. Fannie Greene, b March 3, 18s9.
." V. Azannah Greene, (twin), b March 3, 1889,
d September, 1889.
\, Bessie Greene, b April 20, 1891.
III. Elijah Hankinson, b near Losey's schoolhouse,
in Stillwater township, Sussex county, N. J., Sept-
ember 18, 1827. m Mai-y C. Schooley, daughter of
Aaron C. ScTiooley, " of Stillwater township, in May,
18 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
1856. She was b November 3, 1832.
"When Elijah was about two years of age the
family removed to Hardwick township, Warren coun-
ty, on the farm afterward known as the "Home-
stead," where his parents spent the rest of their
lives. Here Elijah grew up, and here he lived for
two years after his marriage. In the spring of 1858
he removed to the farm "over the mountain," near
Millbrook, in Pahaquarry township, which was the
home for fifteen years, and where the fpur young-
er children were born.
In 1873, through business reverses, it was nec-
essary to give up the farm, and the family removed
to Stillwater. In his young manhood Elijah had
taught in district schools for two or three winters,
and now, after twenty years of life as a farmer,
he was able to qualify for teaching again, and spent
the remaining nine jears of his life in this work.
By so doing he kept up the home, and enabled the
children to fit themselves lor the same profession.
In the summer of 1881 he became ill, and though
he began his school work again in September it was
necessary to give it up soon after, and he returned
home. After a painful illness his death occurred on
March 17, 1882.
He became a member of the Stillwater Pres-
byterian church in youth, and remained in member-
ship all his life, the Eev. T. B. Condit, who had
received him into membership, preaching his funeral.
His wife survived him for more than seven years,
her death occurring September 20, 1889, at Blairs-
town, N. J., to which place the family had lately
removed. She was buried beside her husband in the
Stillwater cemetery. She was a member of the Meth-
odist Episcopal church. C, George, Olive, Sallie,
IV. George A. V, Hankinson, b in Hardwick
township, Warren county, N. J., February 1, 1857.
When one year old the family removed to Millbrook,
in the same county, and at sixteen years of age to
Stillwater, Sussex county. He attended the public
DESCENDANTS OF ELSEY ANN NEWBAKER 19
schoolb in those two places, and afterward stnd;ed
under a private tutor. He began teaching in 1875,
and taught in Sussex and Warren counties until 1888,
when he was elected principal of the public school
at Mountain View, Passaic county, and in 1 893 be-
came principal of the school at Little Falls. In
1900 he resigned that position and became editor
and proprietor of the Westfield Leader at Westfield,
June 27, 1894, he married Alice A., daughter
of J. G. Smith, of Delaware, N. J. He is a member
of and an officer m the First Presbyterian Church of
Westfield. Res 46 Walnut Street," Westfield, N. J.
IV. Olive Ha,ukinson, b March 2, 1861, m John
M. Kerr, December 24, 1884. P O Markeboro, N.
J. Farmer. Presbyterian. No issue.
IV. Sallie Hankinson, b January 17, 1863, m
Wallace Shaw Ayres June 20,1888. "Res 123 North
Laurel Street, Hazelton, Pa. Mining and Mechanical
EngineBT. Presbyterian . No issue.
IV. Frank Hankinson, b on the Hankinson farm,
near Millbrook, N. J., March 31, 1866. When he
was seven years of age the family removed to Still-
water, and here his boyhood and early manhood
\/ere spent. At the age of 17 he began teaching
in a country school near Branchvilie, and was after-
wards in charge of several village schools, teaching two
years at Fredon, Johnsonsburg and Blairstown. He
then entered the State Normal School at West Ches-
ter, Pa., graduating from both the Normal course and
the Scientific course, and was later graduated from
New York University.
In 1893 he was elected head of the department
of Mathematics in the Boys' High Sohcol of Read-
ing, Pa., and was afterwards made Vice-Principal
of the school. Here he remained for ten years,
aiid here, June 28, 1900, he married Mabel Z., daugh-
ter of E. S. Lichtenthaeler.
While living in Reading he was elefjted super-
intendent of the First Presbyterian Sunday School,
20 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
and was ordained a ruling elder of the church.
In 1903 he resigned from the Reading position
and became teacher of Mathematics in the Manual
Training High School of Brooklyn, N. Y., which po-
sition he now hc-lds. Congregationalist. C,
V. Mary Hankinson, b January 29, 1902; Frances
Hankinson, b March 29, 1906; George L. Hankinson,
b March 19, 1908.
IV. Fannie Hankinson, (twin) b March 31, 1866.
Res Wellesley, Mass. Teacher. Presbyterian.
III. Lanah Hankinson, b in Sussex county, N. J.,
August 27, 1830, m William W. France, July 4,
1853. He d May 23, 1907. P O Milford, Del.
William W. France was raised at Blairstown,
N. J. At the age of 21 he began teaching; taught
three years, then took up Colportage ; was licensed a
Local Preacher, and served in the ministry for six
months at Cokesbury, N. J., and one year at Parsip-
pany, N. J., when he resigned the ministry and
engaged in the profession of Dentistry. Practiced
for five years at Hope, New Jersey. Then in 1864
came to Milford, Delaware, where he continued to
practice until October, 1904. C, Saron, Jessie.
IV. Saron France, b August 21, 1854, d in Den-
ver, Colorado, May 8, 1887, m Virginia Ribble in
Reading, Pa., 1876. Printer. C, Frank, Earl.
Y. Frank France, b August 13, 1877, m Alm-
eda Anderson, Res Portland, Oregon. Comedian. C,
VI. Everett France.
V. Earl France, b November 29 1887. Res Cah-
fornia. Electrical Engineer. S. '
IV. Jessie France, born November 29, 1863, m
Ira E. Blazer April 3, 1884. Res 276 Morris Street.
Phillipsburg, N. J, Agent Delaware, Lackawanna &
Western Railroad. Presbyterian. C, Charles.
V. Charles W. Blazer, b February 13, 1885, m
Katharine Harkin, November 12, 1905. Res Allentown,
Pa. Structural Engineer. Mrs. B. Catholic.
ill. Elsey Margaret Hankinson, b August 9, 1834,
d November 30, 1905. m George Hartman. No issue.
DESCENDANTS OF LYDIA NEWBAKER
DAUGHTER OF ANDREW NEWBAKER
II. Lydia Newbaker, b in AVarren county, N. J.,
September 23, 1798, d there April 20, 1869, m Ira
C. Roy, November 14, 1816. He was b in Sussex
county, N. J., June 8, 1797, d June 10, 1851. They
were farmers, and lived on the farm in Hardwick,
conveyed to Lydia Roy by her father, Andrew New-
baker. The farm is now owned and occupied by
their daughter, Mrs. A.lonzo Huff, They were mem-
bers of the Presbyterian church at Stillwater. C,
Maiy, Andrew, Charles, Elizabeth, Elsey, Enos, EU-
j ah, Sarah.
III. Mary E. Roy, b October 12, 1817, d March
31, 1897, m William Snyder. He was b 1810, d
June 19, 1855. Hotel keeper and Shoemaker. Meth-
odist Episcopal. C, Mary, Martha, Alice, Margaret,
Arminda, Adalade, Lydia, Andrew, Dodnda, Sarah.
IV. Mary Ann Snyder, b October 30, 1834, m
John Gruver. P O Blairstown, N. J. No issue.
IV. Martha E. Snyder, b August 21, 1836, d
June 6, 1878. S.
IV. Alice Rebecca Snyder, b January 4, 1838,
m Joseph Snover. P O Blairstown, N, J. C, one son.
IV. Margaret Snyder, b in Sussex county, N.
J„ July 18, 1840, m Samson B. France December
19, 1866. P O Burlington, N. J." Retired Farmer.
V. Minnie Eveline France, b December 9, 1867,
m Franklin C. Bozarth, March 10, 1896. P O Mt.
Holly, N, J., RED No. 2. Farmer. C,
VI. Helen Frances Bozarth, b October 24, 1898;
Margaret Snyder Bozarth, b May 31, 1900; Elmer
Neal Bozarth, b January 22, 1903.
IV. Arminda Snyder, b October 9, 1842, m
George G. Depue, d, (his second wife). P O Brai-
nards, N. J. No issue.
IV. Adalade Snyder, b February 17, 1844, d
22 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
IV. Lydia V. Snyder, b November 19, 1845, d
IV. Andrew W. Snyder, b July 8, 1849, m Em-
ma Pool. Res 242 Plane street, Newark, N. J. No
IV. Dorinda Eveline Snyder, b March 21, 1851,
m Charles P. Johnson, December 31, 1872. P O
Jobstown, N. J., RED No. 2. C, Mary, Alice.
V. Mary Eveline Johnson, b October 23, 1875,
m WiUiam H. Gratz, February 23, 1899. He d
March 31, 1904. C,
VI. Irving Hob art Gratz, b March 8, 1900; Alice
Elizabeth Gratz, b July 21, 1902; William H. Gratz,
b May 15, 1904.
V. Alice Arminda Johnson, b February 12, 1879.
IV. Sarah Frances Snyder, b February 7, 1854,
III. Andrew N. Roy, b December 14, 1819, d
March 19, 1823.
III. Charles N. Roy, b m Hardwick township,
Warren county, N, J., August 23, 1822, d at New-
ton, N, J., June 13, 1893, m Mary Shuster, Dec.
23, 1852. She was b in Hardwick township, War-
ren county, N. J., April 7, 1828, d at Newton, N.
J., February 13, 1900. Farmer near Middleville, New
Jersey. Presbyterian. C, Eliza, William, Condit.
IV. Eliza Roy, b in Sussex county, New Jersey,
Feb. 28, 1854. P O Newton, N, J. Presbyterian. S.
IV. William Roy, b April 6, 1857, d December
IV. Condit Beers Roy, b May 14, 1862. P O
Newton, N. J. Presbyterian. S.
III. Elizabeth Roy, b June 20, 1825, d March
19, 1887, ra Philip Schoonover, d. Farmer. Meth.
odJst Episcopal. C, Charles, Joseph.
IV. Charles Schoonover
IV. Joseph Schoonover, d m Kate Sauvegore.
C, Olive, Addison.
V. Olive Schoonover, m Albert Hooey.
P O Stillwater, N. J. Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C,
JACOB NEWBAKER 23
VI. Helen Hooey, Mildred Hooey, Edward Hooey,
Frances Hooey, Catharine Hooey,
V. Addison Sckoonover, Ees New York. Elec-
II. Elsey Ann Roy, b March 16, 1828, d Feb.
ruary 15, 1831.
III. Enos G. Roy, b September 15, 1830, d May
21, 1881, m Ann Bryant. She was b in Canada
in 1830, d 189 . Dentist in New York city. Meth-
odist Episcopal. C, George, Frank, Jaraes, Annie,
Came, Charles, Caroline.
IV. George Edwin Roy, b d 1858.
IV. Frank A. Roy, b October 21, 1857, m Fan-
nie Louise Eugenie Holdridge. Dentist at 527 Fifth
avenue. New York.
IV. James Bryant Roy, b December 24, 1859,
m Elizabeth Aiken Wood. Res Chicago, 111.
IV. Annie L. Roy, Res Denver, Col.
IV. Carrie Estella Roy, m Fritz Schmitz, Res
IV. Charles Edward Roy, d.
IV. Caroline Wan dell Roy, d.
III. Elijah H. Roy, b October 2, 1836, d in
Brooklyn, New York, September, 1883, m Mary
Theresa Levell. Ship Carpenter in the Navy Yard.
C, IV. Roy, d.
III. Sarah Ann Roy, b in Sussex county, N. J.,
August 23, 1838, m Alonzo Huff, December 27,
1871. P O Hardwick, N. J. Farmer. Presbyterian.
JACOB NEWBAKER, SON OF ANDREW
II. Jacob Newbaker was bom August 16, 1801,
and died July 14, 1823, aged 21 years, 11 months,
24 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
DESCENDANTS OF ANNA MARY NEWBAKER
DAUGHTER OF ANDREW NEWBAKER
II. Anna Mary Newbaker, b March 15, 1804,
d January 30, 1879, m John Vought, January 6,
1820. He was b June 28, 1793, d February 11,
1847. He was a son of Andrew Vought, who came
from Germany, and was one of the early settlers
of Frelmghuysen, Warren county. New Jersey. The
tradition of the family is that three brothers came
from Germau3^ Two settled in Frelinghuysen town-
ship, and the other brother located elsewhere and
was lost sight of. Andrew Vought settled on a farm
of 125 acres in Frelinghuysen township, then a com-
plete wilderness tract, which he cleared and improved.
The old homestead was conveyed to his son, John
Vought, and is now owned and occupied by the
latter's youngest son, Levi L. Vought. John Vought
and wife were earnest and faithful members of the
Methodist Episcopal church at Stillwater, where they
were buried. C, Jacob, Mary, Elizabeth, Rebecca,
Sarah, Elsey, Andrew, Aaron, Whitfield, Levi.
III. Jacob Newbaker Vought, b August 5, 1820,
d April 15, 1871, m Mary Caroline Raub, Septem-
ber 12, 1848. She was b October 5, 1829, d Feb-
ruary 27, 1898. Farmer in Pennsylvania, Methodist
Episcopal. C, Mary.
IV. Mary Vought, b May 7, 1851, m Miner
Stephens, d October 19, 1869. Farmer. C, Benja-
min. Mary m second husband, Alfred Risley, Nov-
ember, 1882. P O Meshoppan, Pa. Farmer, Meth-
odist Episcopal. No issue.
V. Benjamin Stephens, b December 20, 1872,
m Hattie J. Dolaway, March 20, 1894. P O Mont-
rose, Pa. Job Printer. C,
VI. Nellie ,Mae Stephens, b August 26, 1896; Paul
Aaron Stephens, b January 3, 1898; May Eliza
Stephens, b August 12, 1901, d September 12, 1901;
Fay Alden Stephens, b November 1 1, 1904, d Jan.
MRS. ANNA MARY VOUGHT
DESCENDANTS OF ANNA MARY NEWBAKER 25
uary 19, 1905; Leslie Dolaway Stephens, b July 10,
1906, (1 Jul} 13, 1906.
III. Mary Vought, b July 20, 1823, d October
30, 1854, m John K. Teel. He was b August,
1824, d October 28, 1892. Farmer. Presbyterian.
C, Lewis, Anna.
IV. Lewis Marshall Teel, b July 19, 1847, m
Julia A. Kemple, February 10, 1869. She d March
27, 1905. C, William, Eoberl, Harry, Rolla. m sec-
ond wife, Eleanor Thompson, March 19, 1907. PfjO
Hackettstown, N. J. Traveling Salesman, later Far-
mer. Methodist Episcopal.
V. WiUiam K. Teel, b July 17, 1870. m Daisy
Campbell, February 22, 1896. P O Vienna, N. J.
Merchant. Methodist Episcopal, C,
VI. Lillian Teel,
V. Robert K. Teel, b May 20, 187,-?, m Flor-
ence C. Huntsman, December 17, 1897. P O Hack-
ettstown, N. J. Clerk in Hardware store. Metho-
dist Episcopal C,
VI. M. Helen Teel, b March 25, 1898; Ai'thur C.
Teel, b March 13, 1900.
V. Harry C. Teel, b October 12, 1877, m Alice
Creveling. Res 27 7th avenue, N. Y. Traveling
V. Rolland M. Teel, b November 7, 1886. Stu-
dent at Lafayette college, Easton, Pa.
IV. Anna M, Teel, b in Warren county, N, J.,
November 17, 1849, m Marshall Pittenger, April 20,
1895. P O Vienna, N. J. Merchant. Methodist Ep-
iscopal. No issue.
III. Elizabeth E. Vought, b December 5, 1825,
d August 12, 1881, m John M. Raub, October 16,
1847, He was b near Blairstown, N. J„ May 9,
18 , d February 18, 1886, Farmer. Mrs. Raub,
Methodist Episcopal. C, Anna, Minerva, Margaret,
Rebecca, Mary, Michael, Isaac.
IV. Anna ^Marv Raub, b November 28, 1848, d
October 8, 1849.
IV. Minerva E. Raub, b March 20, 1851, m Is-
aac C. Howel], February, 1872, (Divorced;. Teacher.
26 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
C, John, Lizzie, Ollie, Eugene, Glenn, James, Miles,
Arthur, Bessie, Agnes, Eva. Minerva ra second
husband, J, W. Renfro, June, 1906. Res Centralia,
Wash. Timber Cruiser and Locater.
V. John S. Howell, b December, 1872. Res
V. Lizzie Howell, b 1875, d 1896. Methodist
V. Ollie Howell, b 1875, m Willard Allen, 1895.
Res Seattle, Wash. Clerk in Land Office. C,
VI. Carmen Allen; Elithe Allen.
V. Eugene Howell, b 1877. P O Monterano,
y. Glenn Howell, b 1879, m Mae Sisson, Dec-
ember 22, 1903. P O Newport, Wash. Cook.
V. James G, Howell, b 1880, d 1880.
V. Miles Howell, b 1882. P O Snohomish, Wash.
y. Arthur Howell, b 1885. P O Centralia, Wash.
Timber Cruiser and Locater.
y. Bessie Howell, b 1887. P O Everett, Wash.
y. Agnes Howell, b 1890.
y. Eva Howell, b 1890.
IV. Margaret C. Raub, b November 18, 1857,
d November 20, 1882, m Clark Crisman. P O Stew-
artsville, N. J. Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C,
y. Oscar Crisman, b October 31, 1876, m Ada
A. Trimmer. October 25, 1905. P O Hope, N. J.
Farmer. Methodist Episcopal.
IV. Rebecca E. Raub, b August 4, 1859, m
Elwood Leteer, April 23, 1898. P O Monroe, Wash.
Sawyer in shingle mill. Methodist Episcopal. No
IV. Mary Caroline Raub, b November 10, 1861,
d September 9, 1862.
IV. Michael J. Raub, b June 22, 1863, d Jan-
uary 19, 1864.
IV. Isaac V. Raub, b February 12, 1865.
DESCENDANTS OF ANNA MARY NEWBAKER 27
III. Rebecca Vought, b February 23, 1828, d
ALiigust 22, 1887, m Andrew R. Savacool. He died
March 31, 1877, aged 56 years, LO months, 9 days.
Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C, Amiel. Rebecca
m second husband, Theodore Johnson. No issue.
IV. Amiel D. Savacool, b November 22, 1849,
d August 5, 1851.
III. Sarah Ann Vought, b September 9, l829,
m Alexander H. Freeman, xMarch 3, 1853. He was
b in Sussex county, N. J., November 18, 1828, d
January 16,1903. Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C,
Josephine, Nettie, Alpheus, Mary, Addie.
IV. Josephine M. Freeman, b December 9, 1853,
d July 29, 1856.
IV. Nettie Eugenia Freeman, b June 3, 1858,
m James H. Edgerton, July 4, 1877. P O Paulina,
N. J. Laborer; formerly taught singing school and
gave music lessons. Methodist Episcopal. C, Charles,
John, Ethel, Frank.
V. Charles Grant Edgerton, b Augftst 18, 1878,
m Rose A. Titman, December 24, 1906. Res 96
Rose street, Phillipsburg, N. J. Employee Lehigh
& Hudson R. R. Attend Methodist Episcopal church.
V. John J. Edgerton, b April 10, 1881, d Feb-
ruary * 8, 1883.
V. Ethel May Edgerton, b May 23, 1883, d No-
vember 1, 1887.
V. Frank Alexander Edgerton, b June 20, 1887,
IV. Alpheus James Freeman, b June 5, 1862, d
January 16, 1863.
IV. Mary Malveuia Fieeman, b November 26,
1863, in Jobn S. Decker, Decanaber 24, 1881. Res
253 Spring street, Newton, N. J. Piano Salesman.
V. Arthur Roe Decker, b September 14, 1890, d
April 1, 1891; Robert Hutchinson Decker, b June
IV. Addie E. Freeman, b October 1, 1866, m
Brackley S. Titman. Res 5 Fairmonnt avenue. Went
Orange.^ N. J. Carpenter. Baptist. C,
;28 THE :NEWBAKER HISTORY
V. Sadie Enama Titman; Russell Edward Titman;
Harold R. Titman; Mildred Hazel Titman; Ray-
mond Titman, d; Wilbur Titman, d.
III. Elsey Hankinson Vought, b March 8, 1832,
d May 28, 1878, m James McCarrick Willson, Feb-
ruary 26, 1852. He was b at Liberty ville, Sussex
county. New Jersey, October 13, 1828. Res 616
East Market street, Scranton, Pa, Carpenter. Meth-
odist Episcopal. C, Samuel, Anna, Sarah, Elsey,
IV. Samuel John Willson, b at Marksboro, War-
ren county. New Jersey, November 16, 1858, m Abi-
gail Elizabeth Decker, April 29, 1879. Res 615 E,
Market street, Scranton, Pa. Mrs. Willson, Presby-
terian. C, Sadie, Margaret, Gertrude.
V. Sadie Forreston Willson, b November 28,
1882. Presbyterian. S.
V. Margaret Cora Willson, b January 22, 1885,
m Eugene Herman Mayer, September, 1907. Res
1418 Olive street, Scranton, Pa. Piano Tnner. Mrs.
V. Gertrude Ethel Willson, b January 12, 1901.
IV. Anna Mary Willson, b March 27, 1855, d
February 14, 1880, m Lewis Cass Case, January 9,
1876. He d April l, 1900. Grocery Clerk. Bap-
tist. C, Myrtie.
V. Myrtie May Case, b October 5, 1879, m
Charles M. Barnes, March 1, 1900. Res 6 Clinton
Place, Scranton, Pa. Electrician. Baptist.
IV. Sarah EHzabeth Willson, b March' 21, 1858,
m Samuel S. Miller, November 15, 1873. He d
Printer. Baptist. C, Alice, Maud, Lewis, Samuel,
V. Alice Care.-s Miller, b April 4, 1875, d Feb-
ruary 28, 1878.
V. Maud E. Miller, b July 18, 1878, d April
V. Lewis Cass Case Miller, b November 30, 1880,
m Jennie M. Hendricks, August 5, 1898. She d
December G, 1899. C, Marv. Lewis m second wife.
MRS. SARAH LKNA SNOVER
DESCENDANTS OP ANNA MARY NE WEAKER 29
Bertha A. Olmstead, April 15, 1902. Res 506 Broad-
way, Scranton, Pa. . Barber. Mrs. Miller, Methodist
Episcopal. C, Earl, Mabel, Roland.
Vi. Mary Alice Miller, b July G, 1899.
Earl James Miller, b January 2, 1903, d March 9, 1903.
Mabel Merle Miller, b April 26, 1905.
Roland Kermit Miller, b October 24, 1907.
V. Samuel S. Miller, b June 8, 1883, d Jan-
uaiy 16, 1886.
V. Caroline E. Miller, b November 8, 1885.
Res Scranton, Pa. S.
V. Flora M. Miller, b November 23, 1887, ra
Wilmer B. Stouffer, October 30, 1905. Res Adams
avenue, Scraiiton, Pa. Sign Painter. C,
VI. Wilmer B. Stouffer, b September 25, 1906.
IV. Elsey Rebecca Savacool Willson, b July 21,
1859, d November 7, 1882, m Edward Warman,
June 13, 1877. P O Sandford, Fla? Machinist. Bap-
tist. C, Judson, "William.
V. Judson James Warman, b m
P O Atlanta, Ga.
y. William Enoch Warman, b
P O Fitzgerald, Ga.
IV. Caroline Emma Willson, b August 18, 186 3,
d June 9, 1898, m William G. Jones. Real Estate
Agent. Baptist. No issue.
IV. Minnie May Willson, b August 23, 1868, m
Maurice G. Haupt, September 12, 1889. Res 521
Adams avenue, Scranton, Pa. Wholesale Lumber
Dealer. Mr. Haupt, Presbyterian; Mrs. Haupt, Bap-
tist. No issue.
III. Andrew N. Vought, b in Warren county,
New Jersey, February 23, 1834, m Ellen Hibler, De-
cember 19, 1861. P O Middleville, N. J. Farmer.
Methodist Episcopal. C, Emma, Sadie.
IV. Emma E. Vought, b December 17, 1862,
d January 27, 1883. Methodist Episcopal.
IV. Sadie E. Vought, b August 15, 1865, m
Charles Monroe, February 3, 1887. Res Elizabet h,
N. J. Boarding House. Methodist Episcopal. C,
30 THB NEWBAKER HISTORY
V. Martin B. Monroe, b February 4, 1888.
V. Andrew V. Monroe, b December 14, 1889.
III. Aaron L. Vought, b April 16, 1836, m Catha-
rine Raub, Jidy 1, 1858. P O Orwell, Pa. Retired Far-
mer. Methodist Episcopal, C, Katie, Anna, Emma, Aaron.
IV. Katie Vought, b in "Warren county, N. J., July
2, 1859. m Milton Cahill. Res 253 West 15th street.
New York. Merchant. No issue.
IV. Anna Vought, b in Luzerne county. Pa., May
9, 1863, m William J. Brown. Res 1013 Eighth avenue,
Brooklyn, N. Y. Machinist. German Reformed. No
IV. Emma E. Vought, b October 25, 1864, m
S. Ward Rogers. Res 107 Public street, Athens,
Pa. C, Winnefred, Alta.
y. Winnefred Rogers, b
V. Alta Belle Rogers, b Killed by
the Black Diamond express, June, 1906. "
IV. Aaron W. Vought, b
Res Nebraska. S.
III. Whitfield H. Vought, b July 31, 1838, m
Phebe Albertson, 1865. She d C, Elwood.
Whitfield m second wife, Mrs. Susan Lateer, (nee
Decker). She d 1903. P O Middleville, N. J. Far-
mer. Methodist Episcopal.
IV. Elwood S. Vought, b October. 1877, m Mar-
garet Long. Res 625 Arctic avenue, Atlantic City,
N. J. Machinist.
IH. Levi L. Vought, b August 2, 1841, m
Ruth 'Parr, December 30, 1869. She d October 24,
1884. C, Andrew, Myrtie. Levi m second wife,
Mary Bonker, April 4, 1896. P O Newton, N. J., R
F D No. 2. Farmer. Presbyterian. C, Arthur, Mabel.
IV. Andrew Vought, b June 14, 1871, d at Pu-
eblo, Col., September 19, 1891. Clerk. S.
IV. Myrtie M. Vought, b February 2, 1879, Res
24 Green avenue, Brooklyn, New York, School Teach-
er. Methodist Episcopal.
IV. Arthur L. Vought. b July 25, 1897.
IV. Mabel Vought, b February 13, 1902.
DESCENDANTS OF SAKAH LENA NEW BAKER
DAUGHTER OF ANDREW NEWBAKER
II. Sarah Lena Newbaker, b August 2, 1806,
d at Blairstown, N. J., 1889, m Joseph J. Snover
in 1824. He was b 1799, d 1870. He was a son
of Jacob Snover. The family was of Holland Dutch
ancestry. Joseph J, Snover was a large man, six
feet tall, and weighed about 200 pounds. He was
a farmer, and lived in Blairstown township, on a
farm inherited by his wife, Sarah, from her father,
Andrew Newbaker. The farm is still owned by their
son, Andrew N. Snover. Presbyterian. C, Esther,
Mary, Andrew, Belinda.
III. Esther Jane Snover, b 182.5, m John L.
Smith, d. P O Columbia, N. J, Farmer. Methodist
Episcopal. C, Manning, Mary, Sarah, Marshall.
IV. Manning Smith, d single.
IV. Mary Smith, d single.
IV. Sarah Smith, d single.
IV. Marshall Smith, d, m Sarah Bader. C, Clark,
V. Clark Smith, P O Orange, N. J.
V. Rosco Smith, P O Columbia, N. J.
III. Mary Ann Snover, d 1895, m Philip Hill
in 1865. Methodist Episcopal. No issue.
III. Andrew N. Snover, b August 9, 1830, m
Sai-ah K. Teel, 1868. Res Stroudsburg, Pa. Farm-
er. Presbyterian. C, Mary.
IV. Mary B. Snover, b in 1869, m George M.
Weaver in 1893. P O Stroudsburg, Pa, Salesman.
Christian Science. No issue.
III. Belinda R. Snover, b May 25, 1832, m Joh n
C. Crisman, October 2, 1850, by llev, John A. Ri-
ley. P O Blairstown, N. J. Farmer. Presbyterian.
C, Lucinda, Andrew, Arrisa, Mary, John,
IV. Lucinda Ann Crisman, b April 20, 1854, d
June 22, 1854.
IV. Andrew S. Crisman, b October 5, 1856, d
March 12, 1907, m Augusta Bobbins, June 3, 1886.
32 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
Kes 178 Washington street, Phillipsburg, New Jer-
sey. Presbj terian. C,
V. Eliza Crisman, b Januarj' 1, 1890.
IV. Arrisa Crisman, b Maroh 20, 1859, m Lewis
Hess, 'December 22, 1891. P O Blairstown, N. J.
Hardware Merchant. Presbyterian. No issue.
IV. Mary S. Crisman, b June 16, 1861.
IV* John Marshall Crisman, b July 17, 1864,
m Alma Ingersoll, October 15, 1890. P O Blairs-
town, N. J. Farmer. C,
V. Wallace Crisman, b September 29, 1892, d De-
cember 21, 1892; Fredia Cribman, b November 6,
1893; Virginia Crisman, b September 15, 1895.
DESCENDANTS OF PHEBE NEWBAKER
DAUGHTER OF ANDREW NEWBAKER
II. Phebe Newbaker, b April 20, 1809, d 1856,
m Joseph Wildrick. He was b 1799, d 1892. He
was a son of Philip Wildrick. The Wildrick ances-
tor came from Holland. Farmer at Paulina, N. J.
Presbyterian. C, Philip, Mary, Andrew, Elizabeth,
Melly, Aaron, Sarah, Malette.
III. Philip Wildrick, b May 31, 1829, d 1873,
m Matilda Lerch. Slate business. C, Sallie, Lizzie,
Josephine, Rose, Miriam, Mabel, Kelsey, Mark
IV. Sallie Wildrick, m Bender. Res College
Hill, Easton, Pa. Farmer. No issue.
IV. Lizzie Wildrick, Res 830 Walnut street, Al-
lentown. Pa. No further report.
III. Mary Anna Wildrick, b 1831, d June 6,
1884. m Benjamin Chamberlain. No issue,
III. Andrew 'N. Wildrick, b September 15,1832,
d 1905, m Jane Slate business. C, Annie,
IV. Annie Wildrick
IV. Lizzie Wildrick
IV. Maggie Wildrick, m Jones. P O Slat,
ingtoii. Pa. No further report.
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CHARLES H. NEWBAKER
DESCENDANTS OP CHARLES H. NEWBAKER 33
III. Elizabeth Wildrick, b 1833, d 1904, m Wil-
liam Griffith. No issue.
III. Melly Wildrick, b 1835. P O Blairstown,
N. J. Dressmaker. Methodist Episcopal. S.
III. Aaron K. Wildrick, b April 13, 1837, m
Almeda Drake, April 4, 1872. P O Paulina, N. J.
Farmer. Presbj terian. C, Jennie, Nellie.
IV.- Jennie *Mae Wildrick, b April 25, 1874, m
Alva J. Eilenberg, June 18, 1895. Res Bangor, Pa.
Manufacturing Structural Slate. Presbyterian. No
IV. Nellie C. Wildrick, b March 22, 1880, m
Augustus D. Hopping, December 16, 1903. Res 243
North 5th street, Newark, N. J. Leather japaner.
III. Sarah Wildrick, b 1839, d 1900, m James
Stephens, No issue.
III. Maletta Wildrick, m Owen Hughes.
Res 451 Mercer street, Jersey City, N. J. No issue.
CATHERINE NEWBAKER, DAUGHTER OF
II Catherine Newbaker, b January 14, 1814,
DESCENDANTS OF CHARLES H, NEWBAKER
SON OF ANDREW NEWBAKER
II. Charles Harding Newbaker, b in Hardwick
township, Warren county. New Jersey, October 7,
1817, d there April 10, 1878; m Mary Ann Hill,
February 20, 1838, by Rev. T. B. Condit. She was
b in Walpack township, Sussex county, New Jersey,
February 23, 1819, d November 22, 1900. He was
a farmer, and lived on the old homestead of his fath-
er in Hardwick township, now owned and occupied
84 THB NEWBAKER HISTORY
by AloDro Hill. He also for many years carried on
the cooper business at Newbaker's Corners,manufac-
turing butter tubs, firkins, etc. He and his mother
were the adrainistrators of his father's estate. Meth-
odist Episcopal. C, Sarah, Susanna, Mar}, Andrew,
Lucinda, Jacob, Emma, Charles, Virginia, Ida.
III. Sarah Elizabeth Newbaker, b May 4, 1839,
m David H. Reeder, January 1, 1867, by Rev. J.
Tindall. P O Blairstown, N. J. Blacksmith. Meth-
odist Episcopal C, Lena.
IV. Lena M Reeder, b December 12, 1867, m
Eugene S. Goble, December 24, 1887. He d Au-
gust 28, 1900. P O Great Meadows, N. J. Black-
smith and Farmer, Presbyterian. C,
V. Raymond David Goble, b October 21, 1888;
Harry J^ester (4oble, b April 24, 1892;
Lizzie May Goble, b April 25, 1895;
Floyd Leigh Goble, b November 14, 1896.
III. Susanna Catharine Newbaker, b March 16,
1841, m William H. Lambert, July 4, 1863, by Rev.
Walter Chamberlain. P O Stillwater, N. J. Farm-
er. Methodist Episcopal. C, Edward, Alfred, Mary,
May, Reuben, Alexander, Charles, William, Myrtie.
IV. Edward E. Lambert, b April 17, 1864, m
Louisa R. Crouse, December 22, 1884. P O Hunts,
ville, N. J. Farmer. C,
V. Vincent J. Lambert, b May 15, 1888;
Mary A. Lambert, b September 30, 1891;
Susanna C. Lambert, b June 21, 1893.
IV. Alfred J. Lambert, b August 31, 1866, d
October 7, 1866.
IV. Mary J. Lambert, b August 3, 1867, d Ap-
ril 7, 1892, m Joseph A Staley, December 25, 1887.
Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C,
V. Maggie A. Staley; Emmet Staley, d 1889.
IV. Mabel Lambert, b October 28, 1870, m John
Maring. P O Hardwick, N. J. Fai-mer. Methodist
V. Norman Maring.
IV. Reuben W. Lambert, b Januaiy 22. 1872,
m Edith Huff, May 15, 1901. Res 5 Ashford St.,
DESCENDANTS OF CHARLES H. NEWBAKER 35
Newton, New Jersey. Carpenter. Methodist Episcopal.
IV. Alexander Lambert, b April 30, 1874, m
Emma A. Anderson, August 13, 1902. P O Still,
water, N. J. Farmer. Methodist Episcopal. C,
V. Mildred T. Lambert, b July 12, 1905.
IV. Charles L. Lambert, b April 11, 1877, m
Alice Huff, 1903. P O Stillwater, N. J. Laborer.
Methodist Episcopal. C,
V. George E. Lambert, b October 28, 1905.
IV. William M. Lambert, b October 26, 1879.
Res 217 Mercer street, Gloucester, N. J. Train
IV. Myrtie A. Lambert, b May 22, 1883, d
February 16. 1884.
IH. Mary Jane Newbaker, b February 19, 1843,
m Samuel B. Youmans, January 21, 1863, by flev.
I. N. Vansant, Res 38 Clinton street, Newton, New
Jersey. Methodist Episcopal. C,
IV. J. Clark Youmans, b m Res Kansas.
Cora Youmans, b Res New York City. S.
Dora Youmans, b m
Belle Youmans, b P O Newton, N. J. S.
Minnie Youmans, b d
J. Craig Youmans, b S.
m. Andrew E. Newbaker, b on the old home-
stead in Hardwick township, Warren county. New
Jersey, August 29, 1845, m Martha Fretz, Decern,
ber 25, 1869. She was born in Bedminster township,
Bucks county. Pa., July 25, 1850. Res 807 East
Ontario street, Philadelphia, Pa. Carpenter. Mrs.
Newbaker, Methodist Episcopal. C, Mary, Florence.
IV. Mary Bell Newbaker, b in Bucks county,
Pa., April 20, 1871, m John W. Barandon, Novem-
ber 16, 1892. Res 807 East Ontario street, Phila-
delphia, Pa. Manager of the Commonwealth Bene-
ficial assobiation, 219 South Sixth street, Philadel.
phia. Pa. Mr. Barandon, Episcopal; Mrs. Barandon,
Methodist Episcopal. No issue.
IV. Florence Ellen Newbaker, b in Bucks coun-
tv. Pa., November 26, 1876, m Howard L. Thomp.
son, February, 1896, Res 514 Macon street, Brook-
36 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
lyn. New York. Foreman in book bindery. Meth-
odist Episcopal. C,
y. Elsie Thompson, b October 8, 1896.
III. Lucinda Ellen Newbaker, b January 3, 1848,
d December 4, 1876. Methodist Episcopal. C, Warren.
IV. Warren J. Newbaker, b AprU 16, 1869, d
September 5, 1884. Killed in an accident in the
Merriam Shoe factory at Newton, N, 0.
III. Jacob Nehemiah Newbaker, b in Hard wick
township, Warren county, New Jersey, March 24,
1850, m Isabelle Savereool, January 1, 1876. P O
Columbia, N. J. Carpenter. C, Daisy, Charles.
IV. Daisy Eileen Newbaker, b March 10, 1877,
m N. B. Litts, September 24, 1906. Res 224 Fourth
street, Union Hill, N. J. Trainman.
IV. Charles James Newbaker, b May 17, 1879,
m Frances L. VanSyekle. P O Columbia, New Jer-
sey. Carpenter. C,
y. Lloyd J. Newbaker, b January 12, 1903;
Daisy Belle Newbaker, b February 16, 1906.
III. Emma Magdalena Newbaker, b January 26,
1853, d June 18, 1896, ra Lewis Rice, December
28, 1871. He was b January 1, 1851. P O Blairs-
town, N. J. Farmer. C, Jesse, Sarah, Oscar, Or-
man, Eugene, Greorgianna, Malvena.
IV. Jesse N. Rice, b December 16, 1872, d No-
vember 21, 1906, m May Maring, April 6, 1896.
P O Blairstown, N. J. Carpenter. C,
V. Ethel Gertrude Rice, b December 1, 1898, d Sep-
tember 6, 1900;
Edith Helen Rice, b September 6, 1903.
IV. Sarah T. Rice, b May 30, 1874, m Frank
Kithcart. P O Netcong, N. J. Proprietor of Hotel
IV. Oscar S. Rice, b May 30, 1874, (twin), m
Mrs. Flossie Tygar, (nee Henderson). P O Land-
ing, N. J. Agent. C, V. Gerald Rice.
IV. Orman A. Rice, b January 10. 1877.
IV. L. Eugene Rica, b April 18, 1881.
IV. Georgianna Rice, b October 20, 1889.
IV. Malvena E. Rice, b Jane 16, 1892. .
DESCEND1.NTS OF CHARLES H. NEWBAKIR 17
III. Charles Edward Newbaker, b May 22, 1855,
d February 18, 1906, m Emma L. Ogdeu, Decem-
ber, 1874 Carpenter. Methodist Episcopal. C, Vic-
IV. Victor G. Newbaker, b at Newbaker's Cor-
ners, September 15, 1876, m Jessie Yeomaus Rice,
September 21, 1904. P O Blairstown, N. J. Fur-
niture and Undertaking Presbyterian. C,
V. Joycelyn Elizabeth Newbakei', b November 30,
IV. Vincent J. Newbaker, b at Blairstown, N.
0., March 14, 1884. P O Middleville, N. J. For.
merly Druggist in Paterson, N. J., later Farmer.
Methodist Episcopal. S.
III. Virginia Adaline Newbaker, b in Hardwick
township, Warren county. New Jersey, February 20,
1858, m Isaac D. ^litchell, July 3, 1880, by Rev.
T. B. Condit. P O Nazareth, Pa. Florist and Gar.
dener. Moravians. C, Clarence, Edward, Pearl, Jen.
nie, Harrj', Mary, Conrad, Leslie
IV. Clarence D. Mitchell, b at Blairstown, New
Jersey, November 27, 1881, m Edith M. Brooks, Au-
gust 1, 1901. Res 3124 Ridge avenue, Philadelphia,
Pa. Conductor. Moravians. No issue (1907).
IV. Edward C. Mitchell, b in Warren county,
New Jersey. June 26, 1884.
IV. Pearl M. Mitchell, b in Hardwick township,
Warren county. New Jersey, October 4, 1886, m
John A. Vanuatta, September 14, 1902. P O Naz.
areth, Pa. Merchant. Lutherans. C,
V. Virginia A. Vannatta, b March 4, 1903;
Hazel M. Vannatta, b October 4, 1904;
Morris D. Vannatta, b February 7, 1907.
IV. Jennie E. Mitchell, b at Hope, New Jersey,
May 12, 1888, d May 22, 1889.
IV. Harry C. Mitchell, b November 30, 1890, d
February 27, 1892.
IV. Mary V. Mitchell, b at Blairstown, New
Jersev, March 27, 1892.
IV. 'Conrad M. Mitchell, b March 5, 1896, d
August 27, 1898.
88 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
IV. Leslie T. Mitchell, b August 23, 1897, d
August 24, 1897.
III. Ida Caroline Capitolia Newbaker, b in Hard-
wick township, Warren county. New Jersey, Aug-
ust 24, 1861, m George B. Campbell, December 30,
1891. P O Stillwater, N. J. Laborer. Methodist
Episcopal. No issue.
As we reach the close of this little volume, and
ere we lay down our pen, we add a few parting
About one hundred and twenty five years ago
the pioneer ancestor of the Newbaker family emi-
grated from Europe to America. The motive that
led him to cross the ocean to these shores is un-
known. Perhaps he, in common with others, came
hither to better himself in temporal afifairs. Hece he
established his home, and by industry and frugality
accumulated much property.
He reared a large and interesting family to bless
his days. His home was a Christian home, and his
family were taught to revere the religion of Jesus
Christ, to honor God's house, and by his Godly ex-
ample and instruction they were early led to secure
an interest in saving grace, and to identify them-
selves with the church of Jesus Christ.
The name of the progenitor is found in a list
of members of the German or Dutch Reformed church
at Stillwater in 1791. The old stone church in which
he worshiped stood on the east side of the road,
just within the enclosing wall of the old graveyard.
After services were discontinued in this church he
evidently worshiped with the Presbyterians the re-
mainder of his life.
The Newbaker family and their descendants, as
a whole, were, and are, a Christian people, and for
the most part connected with the Presbyterian and
the Methodist Episcopal churches. Many of the fam-
ily were members of and worshiped at the Presby-
40 THE NEWBAKER HISTORY
terian church at Stillwater, of which the Rev. T. B.
Condit, one of the most eminent divines of the Pres
byterian church of New Jersey, was pastor for 43
years, and who, during his long- and eventful pas-
torate, received into membei'shij) in the church, bap-
tized, performed the rite of holy matrimony, and
preached the funeral sermons of many members
of the family. Others were members of; and wor-
shiped^ at, the Harmony Methodist Episcopal church
near Stillwater, and in the graveyards of these two
churches were laid to rest all that was mortal of
many of the descendants to await the final resur-
rection of the body.
The pious ancestors have long since gone to
their eternal rest. May we ever bless their memory
for their unyielding faith in God and the world's
Redeemer. They fought well the battles of life, and
thus they have passed on to their eternal rewards.
May their self-denying, Godly lives and examples
rest with benediction power upc-n us while we bide
our time and follow in their footsteps, preserving
unsullied the family name.
Dear reader, are you a follower of Jesus? If
not. let me remind you of the saintly. Godly an-
cestors whose forms have so long slept in their quiet
graves, of their suffering for the faith, their victo-
ry in death, their crowning in the Father's House,
where they await the home-coming of the faithful
loved ones. Let me point you to the Saviour they
loved, and to the God they served. Let me entreat
you to do likewise.
A. J. FRETZ.
Milton, N. J., April 29, 1908.
1 Andrew Newbaker, m Mary Kishpaugh, 5
2 Anna Newbaker, m John Vought, 24
2 Charles H. Newbaker, m Mary Ann Hill, 33
2 Elizabeth Newbaker, m William Teel, 7
2 Elsey Ann Newbaker, m Thomas H. Hankinson, 9
2 'Lydia Newbaker, m Ira C. Roy, 21
2 Phebe Newbaker, m Joseph Wildrick, 32
2 Sarah Lena Newbnker, m Joseph Snover, 31
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