Nazareth or Nazaret Newton (d. 1583) was a courtier and lady-in-waiting.
Nazareth Newton was the youngest daughter of Sir John Newton (d. 1568) of East Harptree, Somerset, and Barrs Court, Gloucestershire, and Margaret, daughter of Sir Anthony Poyntz of Iron Acton and Elizabeth Huddesfield.
She was a gentlewoman of the privy chamber to Queen Elizabeth in the 1560s.
Nazareth Newton was the third wife of Sir Thomas Southwell (d. 1568) of Woodrising, Norfolk.
Their daughter Elizabeth Southwell was a Maid of Honour to Queen Elizabeth, "My Lady Newton having sought it for her daughter." She was a mistress of Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex and mother of Walter Devereux. She married Sir Barentine Moleyns or Molyns of Clapcot. Their son was Michael Molyns.
Thomas Southwell had married Margaret Jernegan, and secondly Mary Mansell, mother of his heir, Robert Southwell (died 1598)
Paget dismissed her servants, and after other disputes they were formally separated in 1582. Gilbert Talbot wrote that Paget was an "evell husband" in 1573. Lady Paget lived at Woodrising until her death in 1583.
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- Laura Oliver Miller, 'Nazaret Newton Southwell Paget', Carole Levin, Anna Riehl Bertolet, Jo Eldridge Carney, eds, A Biographical Encyclopedia of Early Modern Englishwomen (Routledge, 2017), pp. 517-8.