Newman Haynes CLANTON

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Bandit, burglar, crook, privateer

AmericanBorn Newman Haynes CLANTON

American rancher and outlaw

Born on 1816 in Davidson County, Tennessee, USA , United States

Died on August 13, 1881 in Guadalupe Canyon, Arizona Territory, USA

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Newman Clanton was born in Davidson County, Tennessee, and married Mariah Sexton Kelso in Callaway County, Missouri on January 5, 1840. They had five sons and two daughters: John Wesley, Phineas Fay, Joseph Isaac, William Harrison, Mary Elise, Ester Ann, and Alonzo Peter. Alonzo Peter died as an infant. For almost twenty years, the family moved repeatedly, trying to find a place where employment or business could bring the family prosperity. Newman Clanton joined the California Gold Rush to California, but failed to find gold and returned east.



By 1853, Newman had moved the family to Dallas, Texas, where they ranched for a time, and where their last two children, Ester and Alonzo were born. Both Newman and his oldest son John enlisted in the Confederate Home Guard at the outbreak of the American Civil War. Newman was eventually released due to his age. Newman moved the family to Arizona Territory in 1865 at the end of the war and settled for a time near Fort Bowie near Willcox, Arizona. In 1866, they moved to San Buenaventura, California and after 16 years of marriage his wife Mariah died. In 1871, he moved the family to Port Hueneme, California.

...   Newman Clanton was born in Davidson County, Tennessee, and married Mariah Sexton Kelso in Callaway County, Missouri on January 5, 1840. They had five sons and two daughters: John Wesley, Phineas Fay, Joseph Isaac, William Harrison, Mary Elise, Ester Ann, and Alonzo Peter. Alonzo Peter died as an infant. For almost twenty years, the family moved repeatedly, trying to find a place where employment or business could bring the family prosperity. Newman Clanton joined the California Gold Rush to California, but failed to find gold and returned east.



By 1853, Newman had moved the family to Dallas, Texas, where they ranched for a time, and where their last two children, Ester and Alonzo were born. Both Newman and his oldest son John enlisted in the Confederate Home Guard at the outbreak of the American Civil War. Newman was eventually released due to his age. Newman moved the family to Arizona Territory in 1865 at the end of the war and settled for a time near Fort Bowie near Willcox, Arizona. In 1866, they moved to San Buenaventura, California and after 16 years of marriage his wife Mariah died. In 1871, he moved the family to Port Hueneme, California.



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