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Encyclopedia > Newton Township, Trumbull County, Ohio

Newton Township is one of twenty-four civil townships in Trumbull County, Ohio. It is located in the southwestern portion of the county, and borders or touches the following other townships and municipalities: A civil township is a widely-used unit of local government in the United States, subordinate to a county. ... Trumbull County is a county located in the state of Ohio. ...

Newton Township contains the city of Newton Falls. Braceville Township is one of twenty-four civil townships in Trumbull County, Ohio. ... Lordstown is a village located in Trumbull County, Ohio. ... Newton Falls is a city located within Newton Township in Trumbull County, Ohio. ...

Newton Township is formed from the Connecticut Western Reserve. (Note: The U.S. Census Bureau counts township populations in the Connecticut Western Reserve as distinct from any municipalities located within the township. For populations of any municipalities within the township, please read the corresponding articles for those municipalities.) Braceville Township covers an area of 25 miĀ². The Connecticut Western Reserve was land claimed by Connecticut in the Northwest Territory in what is now northeastern Ohio. ... The United States Census Bureau (officially Bureau of the Census) is a part of the United States Department of Commerce. ...

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County, Va., February 8, 1810; son of John and Mary (Dane) Baker, natives of Virginia, who came to Ohio in 1812 and located in Madison Township, Franklin County, where they remained until 1830, when they removed to this county, settling in Findlay Township, and here passed the remainder of their days.
His parents moved to Stark County, Ohio, in 1823, with a family of five sons and two daughters, five sons and three daughters being born to them after their arrival in the State.
Hull was married in Morrow County, Ohio, in 1867, to Mary J., daughter of Abraham and Catharine (Brougher) Monnett.
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He pursued his studies at the Canonsburg Academy, and was licensed to preach the gospel June 25th, 1800, by the Presbytery of Ohio.
The pioneers of Newton, Ohio (near Youngstown) were not long without public religious exercises.
Source: History of Trumbull and Mahoning counties (Ohio): with illustrations and biographical sketches; Cleveland: H. Williams and Bros., 1882.
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