We're on the same one... Loren Newell and Susan Remick were his parents. I have some other siblings listed as well: Linwood C, Mildred Q., Lona B., Hilda I., Edward S., Marguerite B., Glenwood W., Carroll E. and Stanwood L. all born between 1905 and 1922. I didn't see Lydia being listed, but I could have missed her. I'm still working on the Newell/Remick line and have run into quite a few dead ends. I will look through some paperwork I have tonite as I remember seeing a newpaper article about Sockalexis you might be interested in reading.
Mrs, Rachael Johnson & Mr. Troy Jordan,
Not sure if either of you are still checking out this site, but I'll just take the chance that one of you will visit it and see this message. Sockalexis Newell was my Grandfather, I'm the Son of Glenwood Sr. live in the Woodstock area. Maybe I can help you with history about the Newell family.
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