Earp N.P. Newton Earp Family He was the eldest child of Nicholas Porter Earp, partriarch of the famous Earp family. She died in 1931 and is buried near Virginia and Nellie Earp (wife of son James Earp) at the Pioneer Cemetery in San Bernardino. On March 18, 1882, his brother Morgan Earp was assassinated in a billiard parlor. [28]:114[29] While holding these two offices Virgil, his brothers Wyatt and Morgan, and Doc Holliday confronted the Cowboys in a narrow lot on Fremont Street. Their second child, Wyatt Clyde, was born on August 25, 1872 in Kansas. Discover the family tree of Newton Jasper Earp for free, and learn about their family history and their ancestry. Main article: Newton Earp. Newton was born in Ohio County, Kentucky, to Nicholas and his first wife, Abigail Storm (also spelled "Sturm" in family records). 13 [abt 1837] M Kentucky [attended school] Earp James C. 7 [abt 1843] M Kentucky [attended school] Earp Virgil W. 6 [abt 1844] M Kentucky [attended school] Earp Martha E. 5 [abt 1845] F Illinois Now a widower and single father, Nicholas married local girl Virginia Cooksey in July 1840. [5], Newton was born in Ohio County, Kentucky, to Nicholas Earp and his first wife, Abigail Storm. in July 1866, living in this vicinity the remainder of his life. Newton Jasper Earp (October 7, 1837 – December 18, 1928) was an American pioneer born in Kentucky in 1837.[1]. During the gunfight, Billy Clanton and both McLaury brothers were killed. On November 11, 1859, the property was sold at auction. While he was the little known half-brother of Old West lawmen Wyatt, Virgil, and Morgan Earp, Newton remained close to his father and half-siblings, alternately residing in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, California, Nevada and Arizona near other members of the Earp family. He was instructed by Dake to move to Tombstone to help resolve ongoing problems with outlaw Cowboys. [3][4] He was said to have hunted buffalo in 1873 near Peace, Kansas. James then lived for a short time in Shoshone County, Idaho, until settling permanently by 1890 in California. On December 28, 1881, three men hidden in the upper story of an unfinished building across Allen street from the hotel ambushed Virgil from behind as he walked from the Oriental Saloon to his room. They named their first-born son (born on August 25, 1872) after his not-yet-famous younger brother, Wyatt; and their second son (born April 19, 1880) after his younger brother, Virgil. Nicholas apparently made frequent travels to Monmouth throughout 1860 to confirm and conclude the sale of his properties and to face several lawsuits for debt and accusations of tax evasion. There are no further records of Rosella or their marriage. [7][9], He was promoted to fourth sergeant on January 1, 1865. Newton was a Mason and died in 1928. During the Mexican–American War Nicholas served under Captain Wyatt Berry Stapp of the Illinois Mounted Volunteers. Martha Elizabeth Earp (September 25, 1845 in Monmouth, Illinois – May 26, 1856 in, Adelia Douglas Earp (June 16, 1861 in Pella, Iowa – January 16, 1941 in San Bernardino, California), This page was last edited on 22 October 2020, at 14:34. After another Earp family relocation to California, Newton became a carpenter, building homes in northern California as well as northwestern Nevada. 37 [abt 1813] M North Carolina Cooper & Farmer Earp Virginia A. The Earps had five children: Effie May, Wyatt Clyde, Mary Elizabeth, Alice Abigail, and Virgil Edwin. During the war, her father told Ellen that Virgil had been killed. [9] He married former prostitute Nellie "Bessie" Ketchum, in April 1873. Sometime after Earp's return from the American Civil War, he married Nancy Jane (Jennie) Adam. His brother James was badly wounded in a battle near Fredericktown, Missouri, and returned home only months after his enlistment. {{ media.date_translated }}. Newton Jasper Earp (October 7, 1837–December 18, 1928) was the eldest child of Nicholas Porter Earp, patriarch of the famous Earp family. Nicholas Porter Earp (September 6, 1813 – February 12, 1907) was the father of well-known Western lawmen Virgil, Wyatt, and Morgan, and their lesser-known brothers James, Newton and Warren Earp. [6] Newton Earp, and half-brothers James and Virgil, were close for their entire lives. [5] He had also migrated to Wyoming and Nevada[3], probably settling in the towns of Casper and Paradise before moving to California. He was mostly on call helping county and city officials.[28]:113. Virgil and Newton served the entire war, fighting several battles in the east with Newton mustering out of the Army on June 26, 1865 in Louisville, Kentucky. [10][7], After Earp's return from the American Civil War, he married Nancy Jane Adam in Marion County, Missouri on 12 Sep 1865. Virgil worked as a teamster and Wyatt manned a pick and shovel. In 1859, he was tried and convicted of bootlegging. Adelia married William Thomas Edwards in Rice County, Kansas in 1877. Only his brother Wyatt survived him, with Wyatt dying almost a month later on January 13, 1929. millier GeneaStars. [5] He had also migrated to Wyoming and Nevada[3], probably settling in the towns of Casper and Paradise before moving to California. During the Civil War, Nicholas served in Pella, Iowa as a United States Provost Marshal for recruitment. Late Saturday night, March 18, 1882, Morgan was ambushed and killed after returning from a musical at Schieffelin Hall. Their second child, Wyatt Clyde, was born on August 25, 1872 in Kansas. [14] Eight years later, on March 4, 1856, Nicholas sold his Pella, Iowa, farm to Aquillin Waters Noe (who resold it on the same day to Hiram Zenas Webster) and the family returned to Monmouth, Illinois, where Nicholas found that nobody needed his services as cooper or farmer.[6]. Daughter Effie May and wife Jennie both died on March 29, 1898 in Paradise Hill, Nevada, also known as Paradise Valley. Unable to find work, Nicholas was elected as the town constable, which he served as for about three years. [7][9], He was promoted to fourth sergeant on January 1, 1865. Newton mustered out of the Army on June 26, 1865, in Louisville, Kentucky. The Real Wyatt Earp: A Documentary Biography. Nicholas Porter Earp, Abigail Storm Strum, Effie Mae Erdman, Wyatt Clyde Earp, Alice Abigail Wells, Virgil Edwin Earp, Wyatt Earp, James Earp, Warren Earp, Morgan Earp, Virgil Earp, Sacramento, Sacramento, CA, United States, Virgil Earp, Deputy U.S. [2] When his mother Martha died at age 91, she had eight living children, 85 grandchildren, 130 great-grandchildren and 13 great-great-grandchildren. Corral. Newton Jasper Earp (October 7, 1837–December 18, 1928) was the eldest child of Nicholas Porter Earp, patriarch of the famous Earp family. He wrote a letter to John Hays Hammond on May 21, 1925, telling him "notoriety had been the bane of my life".[39]. Three of Nicholas' sons—Virgil, Wyatt, and Morgan—became well-known lawmen as a result of their part in the Gunfight at the O.K. [7] In December 1847, Nicholas was a 33-year-old dragoon sergeant when he was kicked by a mule and seriously injured. Le Dowling arbre généalogique avec les parents ISBN 0-944383-50-5. He returned to Monmouth and his pregnant wife, Ginny. [7], Earp and family returned to the Midwest in 1868, first settling in Lamar, Missouri, where Earp took up farming. He used very profane language and he could hardly be appeased. {{ media.short_title }} Abigail died at the early age of 26 on October 8, 1839 in Hartford, Kentucky and just eight months following the birth of their second child, daughter Mariah Ann Earp. For information about how to add references, see Template:Citation. Virgil and Newton, however, served the entire war. The Dowling Family Tree contains over 10,000 pictures and over The Earp family was of English and Scotch-Irish descent. The Earps may have hoped to keep the job in the family one way or another. [7], Following another relocation to California, Newton became a carpenter, building homes in northern California and northwestern Nevada.