Newman Cemetery is beside Hunt Cemetery with no obvious boundary, so all listings should be placed carefully. Newman is a very old cemetery, its oldest marked grave dating back to the 1650s. It is no longer in use.
|1||Abell, Preserved |
|2||Carpenter, Abigail (Walker)|
Abigail (Walker) Carpenter
|3||Carpenter, Jonathan |
|4||Newman Cemetery Entrance|
Newman Cemetery Entrance
|5||Read, Dorothy (Abell) Walker|
Dorothy (Abell) Walker Read - Daughter of Lieut. Preserved Abell and Martha Redaway.
Marriage: 1st) Ebenezer Walker Oct 11, 1703, 2nd) John Read Jan 13, 1725.
Children with Ebenezer Walker: Mary, Johanna, Caleb, Dorothy, John, Sarah, Elizabeth, Martha, and Ebenezer.
|6||Walker, Abigail (Dean)|
Abigail (Dean) Walker
|7||Walker, Caleb |
Caleb Walker, Sr
Ebenezer WALKER &
Abigail Dean: m. 6 Jan 1726
Abigail Walker [1734-1817]
+ sp.: Jonathan Carpenter Sr. [1732-1810]
|8||Walker, Ebenezer |
|9||Walker, Philip |
Philip Walker - whats left of original headstone
Philip Walker - Inscription: (on "new" monument) Buried Aug. 21, 1679. To his Memory Aug. 21, 1879.