Newton County is the name of six counties in the United States. All except for Arkansas (and perhaps Mississippi) are named for Sgt. John Newton, a soldier of the American Revolutionary War who became a fictionalized hero. Many counties share a boundary with a Jasper County, named after Sgt. William Jasper, a similarly distinguished soldier.
The following counties are called Newton County:
|Newton County, Arkansas||Thomas Willoughby Newton|
|Newton County, Georgia||Sgt. John Newton||Adjacent to Jasper County, Georgia|
|Newton County, Indiana||Sgt. John Newton||Adjacent to Jasper County, Indiana|
|Newton County, Mississippi||Sir Isaac Newton [Note 1]||Adjacent to Jasper County, Mississippi|
|Newton County, Missouri||Sgt. John Newton||Adjacent to Jasper County, Missouri|
|Newton County, Texas||Sgt. John Newton||Adjacent to Jasper County, Texas|
- See article Newton County, Mississippi#History
| This article includes a list of related items that share the same name (or similar names).
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