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Newton County, Missouri
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Organized in 1838 and named in honor of John Newton,
a hero who fought in the Revolutionary War.
Located in the Southwest portion of Missouri
County Seat: Neosho
||Family Bibles and Records
County Records- Circuit Court Proceedings, names mentioned: Grimes, Britton, Dowdy, Lewis and Newdiger
News-Accidents: Mr. Wilson; Mrs. James Benton
News-Visiting: Roberts and Jones
Obituaries: Allie Joan Long, submitted by Jody Eden Spencer
History: Early Attorneys of Southwest Missouri, transcribed by Vicki Bryan
GT Transcription Team member. Thank You Vicki!
Obits: Corda Lankford, Minnie Lankford, Julia Lankford, Michael Queen, Ronald Eads, Bonnie Hough, Gilbert A. Woodward. All submitted by Jody Eden Spencer