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Jane (Newton) Loring (abt. 1603 - 1672)

Jane Loring formerly Newton
Born about in Axminster, Devonshire, Englandmap
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married about 1624 in Devon, Englandmap [uncertain]
Descendants descendants
Died in Hull, Suffolk, Massachusetts Baymap
Profile last modified | Created 31 May 2009
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Biography

Jane Newton was born in 1603 in Axminster, Devonshire, England. She married prior to 1625 based on the birth of their first born. She is listed as the mother and wife of Thomas Loring in "The Great Migration Begins...[1]

Jane arrived in Dorchester from England in 1634.[2]

She married Thomas Loring Together they had 7 children:

  1. Thomas Loring
  2. John Loring
  3. Isaac Loring
  4. Isaac Loring
  5. Benjamin Loring
  6. Thomas Loring
  7. Josiah Loring

She died on August 25, 1672 in Hull.[3]

Sources

  1. The Great Migration Begins ...Vol. 4 page 343 by subscription at: https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2496/42521_b158315-00450?pid=36028
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  3. The Loring Genealogy online. By Charles Henry Pope assisted by Catherine Peabody Loring; Murray and Emery Company, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1917. Book Page 7


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Hello Sheryl!

I have this information on Jane Newton Loring. B. April 21,1571 Axminster, Devon, England D. August 25, 1672 Hull Suffolk Country Massachusetts Bay Colony Father Henry Newton Mother Isabel Newton Does this sound about right?

Wanda

posted by Wanda Jeffries
What source/s are you using for this information, Wanda?
I am answering your question on Jane Newton Loring. Find A Grave Memorial .

Jane Newton Loring Born - unknown Death 22-Aug 1672 Spouse - Thomas Loring 1600-1661( m.( marriage 1625) Children- John Loring 1630-1714 Josiah Loring 1635-1712 Benjamin Loring 1644-1716

Jane Newton born Framingham, Middlesex County, Massachusetts death Plymouth Country Massachusetts Parents: Ephraim Newton b.1764-d.1854 Mother: Abigail Claflin Newton Siblings: Pamela Newton b. 1785-d. unknown Amos Newton b.1787-d. unknown I found this information on. Find A Grave emorial

I hope this helps Wanda Steorts

posted by Wanda Jeffries
Hi Wanda, You probably know that Find A Grave is not considered a reliable source on these old profiles where there is no grave stone. See here: [1]

In this particular instance, your comment (if I'm understanding it correctly) indicates a parent named Ephraim Newton who was born in 1764 and died in 1854. However this profile of Jane Newton-11 (his supposed daughter) was born in 1603 in England and died in 1672 in Massachusetts Bay Colony. Unless I'm misunderstanding, the years surely don't make sense.

Is her father Henry 1576-1605 b. London England
posted by Robert Bailey
What's the source?


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posted by Jillaine Smith
Jillaine, interesting that R. C. Anderson in "Great Migration" on p. 344-345 link for subscribers mentions a journal "kept by Israel Loring, grandson of the immigrant Thomas Loring." And gives perhaps identity of father, citing Waters 1040-41.archive.org
added PGM
posted by Beryl Meehan
Notes on her will dated 10 July 1672 probate 24 Oct 1672 page 341 Vol 4 The Great Migration Begins...by subscription https://www.ancestry.com/interactive/2496/42521_b158315-00447?pid=1275
posted by Beryl Meehan
I question the parents of Jane Newton. If Jane was born in 1603 and her mother was born in 1552, then she would have been 49 at Jane's birth very unlikely.

If her father died in 1563 how could he have a child born in 1603?

Family information says Jane's parents were ROGER Newton(-367) and his wife Mary Hooker. I have no primary source though.
posted by Jennifer Lapham
In similar vein if Alice Kellum was the mother of Jane Newton (for which assertion there is no genealogical evidence I am aware of) then it is unlikely that she could have been Jane's mother additionally because according to this profile she (Alice) died in 1574 and Jane was born in 1603 or thereabouts - also an uncertain date as no historical record of Jane's birth exists either. We can be fairly sure however that Jane is unlikely to have been born before 1584 at the earliest and thus still 10 years after her putative mother's death. I would suggest that these parents be removed as parents of Jane as neither has any historical validity.
The profile for Jane states she is 'Daughter of Richard Newton and Alice (Kellum) Newton' If Richard Newton was the father of Jane Newton (for which assertion there is no genealogical evidence I am aware of) then it is unlikely that he could have been Jane's father additionally because according to this profile he (Richard) died in 1563 and Jane was born in 1603 or thereabouts - also an uncertain date as no historical record of Jane's birth exists either. Whilst we have not found Jane, if we were to assume she was born in the year of her father's death then she would have given birth to her first child at the age of 62.
Newton-2391 and Newton-11 appear to represent the same person because: Same name, same husband, similar dates
posted by Bob Tonsmeire
Newton-5458 and Newton-2391 appear to represent the same person because: They have the same name, birthday, and date of death. Request that you merge them... Thank you
posted by Gene Gower

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