Museum the New Llano Colony

Mrs. M.A. Newman



Pre-Colony History: She and her son, Clarence, arrived in the colony in May 1922 -- she to remain with her other son, Frank, who was already a member of the colony, though Clarence planned only to visit for a few days.  

Family Information: Mother of Clarence and Frank Newman.  

Job in Colony: In 1922 she was part of the laundry crew, along with Mrs. Beavers, Mr. Chappell, Mrs. Benthall, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Marchick. Comrade Beavers, Sr. ran the washing machine while Mrs. Loutrel and Mrs. Newman mended the torn clothes.  

Home in Colony: In 1922 a new house was constructed between the place the home of the Beavers family and the Conlin house. Being unmarried at the time, Frank lived there with his mother.  

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Sources: "Llano Colonist": May 13, 1922, June 3, 1922