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Anthony NEWHOUSE
Mary __?__
Husband:  Anton NEUHAUS / Anthony NEWHOUSE
Birth:  1710-25
Death:  1762/3, presumably in Germantown, Philadelphia Co., PA
Will Signed:  6 Aug 1762
Will Proved:  Nov 1763, Philadelphia Co., PA
Occupation:  papermaker (said to have had a close business relationship with Benjamin FRANKLIIN)
Father possibly:  Johannes / Johann Anton NEUHAUS / NEWHAUS (c1685-1756) of Germany
Mother possibly:  Agness __?__
Marriage:
Wife:  Mary __?__
Birth:  1710-25
Death:  bet. 5 Nov and 18 Dec 1763, Philadelphia Co., PA
Children born in Philadelphia Co., PA:
1.  Susannah NEWHOUSE, b. ca. 1743; m. 8 Nov 1762, Adam WALKER
2.  Jacob NEWHOUSE, bap. 3 Jun 1744, Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington Twp., Montgomery Co., PA; d. 1810-20, Delaware Co., PA; m. Margaret __?__
3.  David / Anthony NEWHOUSE, b. ca. 1746; 1770/75, in Loudoun Co., VA; descendants to OH
4.  Jonathan NEWHOUSE, b. ca. 1747; d. ca. 1799, to Fauquier Co., VA; m. Ann SIMON (-1829)
5.  Isaac NEWHOUSE I, b. ca. 1749
6.  Sarah NEWHOUSE

All of the children are said to have not been of age when their father died.
It's unusual for a German to be Presbyterian, which suggests that the religion here was determined by the wife, which jibes with the contention that she was English (or Scots?).

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; FRG, DEU, Deutschland; USA, US, United States, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia

Sources:

1.  John T. Humphrey.  1991-1998.  Pennsylvania Births.  14 vols.  Self-published, Washington, DC (Broderbund Family Archives: Birth Index: Southeastern PA, 1680-1800, CD-196):
Child: Jacob Newhouse?
Birth/Baptism Date: 3 Jun 1744
Date Comment: Baptism
Location: Abington Presbyterian Church, Abington Township
County: Montgomery
State: Pennsylvania
Father: Anthony Newhouse?
Mother: Mrs. ??? Newhouse?
It may be coincidental or significant that there is also an Abingdon in Washington Co., VA there is only one Abington in PA (no Abingdon) and only one Abingdon in VA (no Abington).  People moving into the frontier tend to name their new location for their old one.

2.  Newhouse [Y-chromosome DNA] Surname Project (online at FamilyTreeDNA).  States none of the children were of age at the time their father died.

3.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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