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William New & Frances Dodson


Husband William New 174

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       Died: Bef 1850                at: , Wilson, Tennessee 174
     Buried:                         at: 
    Married: 23 Jun 1813               Place: , Wilson, Tennessee

Wife Frances Dodson

       Born: 5 Mar 1774              at: , Granville, North Carolina
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: 2 Nov 1857              at: Woodbury, Wilson, TN
     Buried:                         at: Turner Cemetary, 11th District, Near Zion Meth. Church


     Father: William Dodson
     Mother: Frances Gilliam



Other Spouse: William Turner          Date: 30 Dec 1791, , Granville, North Carolina 173

Events
1. Property 303, 7 Apr 1813, 308 Acres on Round Lick Creek
Dower to Frances Turner, wodow of William Turner.


Children
1 M Charles Turner New

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Husband's Notes
There is record of Frances Turner marrying Wm New shortly after teh death of Thomas Turner. Here is listed a Charlie New, son fo William and Frances New, in Wilson county Tn deed book K. Frances granddaughter Ida used New as a middle name for one of her sons.

Wife's Research Notes
On the Tax Lists for Wilson Co., TN in 1816
1} Marriage date/place from NC Marriages Mid Cont Pub Lib. 975.6/ n811.25, and specifies Frances Dodson, with marriage date virtually the same as from family tradition.
Frances buried in the Turner Cemetary as listed in Acklen's Tombstones and Inscriptions page 316. (Item#4)
There is a Frances Turner who married a William New in WIlson Co., TN shortly after Wm Turner died. Isham Turner (page 6) died in 1808 and also left a widow Frances Turner. However the 1814 William Turner Settlement (pg 14) lists Hezekiah Cartwright and Frances NEW as administrators. Making a good case for William Turner's wife being the Frances Turner who married William New.
1850 census 1th Dist Wilson CoTN
1393 - (1840-65-11)
Frances New, 76, f, NC - [widow of William New] 176,177

Francis Newbold & Unknown


Husband Francis Newbold

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     Father: Thomas Newbold
     Mother: 


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Events
1. Moved, 1814-1825, to Indiana via Kentucky
moved to Indiana via Kentucky between 1814

Wife

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Children
1 M Robert Harris Newbold

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Francis Newbold & Mary /Newbold/


Husband Francis Newbold

       Born: 1698                    at: , Sussex, Delaware
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       Died: between 16 and 29 Mar 1777 at: , Sussex, Delaware
     Buried:                         at: 


     Father: Thomas Newbold
     Mother: Jane /Newbold/


    Married:                           Place: 

Events
1. Will, Written 16 March & probated 29 March 1777, , Sussex, Delaware

Wife Mary /Newbold/

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Children
1 M John Newbold 304

       Born:                         at: , Sussex, Delaware 304
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       Died: Abt 6 Nov 1792          at: , Sussex, Delaware 304
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Spouse: Ann /Newbold/ 304

2 M Thomas Newbold

       Born:                         at: , Sussex, Delaware
 Christened:                         at: 
       Died: Bef 6 Mar 1792          at: , Sussex, Delaware
     Buried:                         at: 



Husband's Notes
[Walsh.FTW] Francis Newbold (1698 - Mar 1777), of Lewes, Sussex Co., Del., mariner, son of Thomas an d Jane Newbold, inherited from father, along with bro. John, the tract Bashan, in Nanticoke H d.; listed, with John, in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hr. in 1723; in household of J ohn Newbold in 1724; 1725 Tax List for Pocomoke Hd. shows Francis Newbold in household of Joh n Henderson, Sr.; by 1730, and later, Francis was probably living on his half of Bashan, as h e was listed in Somerset Co. tax lists through 1740 as head of household in Nanticoke Hd., ad jacent to John Willey in most years beginning 1733; appraised inventory of John Willey in Wor cester Co. (which included part of Nanticoke Hd.) 20 May 1742. Was this Willey a descendan t of the John and Elizabeth Willie who rented land to first Thomas Newbold in 1674? Accordin g to Somerset Co. Judicials, 1733-35, Francis Newbold was appointed overseer of roads in Nant icoke Hr. ‘from Drapper’s Mill to Morgan’s road over the stead of Nanticoke and to have all t he labourours about Deep Creek.’ Francis Newbold m. Mary ____ [Cree Newbold.FTW] Francis Newbold owned several plots of land in the Sussex County DE and Somerset County MD ar ea. He was found on the Somerset County MD list of 'Titheables belonging to Pocomoke Hundred ' in 1724, with 5 members of his family and no slaves. He inherited one half of his father T homas' land 'Bashan' in Nanticoke Hundred DE in 1712 per Thomas' Will. He obtained another p lot of land in Wicomico County MD in 1742. He was noted as owning a tract called 'Unity Forg e' which ajoined 'Fruitful Plain' owned by George Layfield, and he obtained some of that lan d from George's son Thomas Layfield. Note that in 1794 it was recorded in 'The History of De laware, 1609-1888', by J. Thomas Scharf, that 'Charles Polk purchased 170 acres of (Fruitfu l Plain) from Sarah Newbold on 26 January, 1793'. Sarah had inherited it from her husband, Fr ancis, son of Fransis and Mary. Clark p. 55-56.

Husband's Research Notes
From Ancestry.com: http://data.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?DB=SUSSEXDE1680&GS=NEWBOLD&DATABASEID=4295&TITLE=SUSSEX+COUNTY%2C+DELAWARE+PROBATE+RECORDS%2C+1680-1800&DATABASENAME=SUSSEXDE1680&SEARCHENGINE=SSE.DLL&SERVER=DATA&TYPE=F&QUERY=NEWBOLD&SUBMIT=SUBMIT+QUERY&ct=1702&hc=1
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800
Prim Name: Francis Newbold
Admin Name:
Will Made Date: 16 Mar 1777
Heirs Name: wife Mary Newbold; sons John and Thomas Newbold; dau.-in-law Sarah Newbold
Exec/Trus Name: sons John and Thomas Newbold
Wit Name: George Wallace, Jesse Griffith, David Carey
Will Probate Date: 29 Mar 1777
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91; Reg. of Wills, Liber C
Page: 63; folios 74-75
Did he have a son or grandson Francis?
Francis Newbold, Jr., Yeoman
Admin Name: Sarah Stafford, late Sarah Newbold (Daughter and Late Wife?)
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91
Page: 64

Husband's Medical Notes
Hello Melissa,
I too have been researching NEWBOLDs in Maryland descended from Thomas
Newbold who arrived in America sometime around 1674. I am descended from him via his son Francis to Thomas C. Newbold to Thomas Newbold to Francis Newbold (who moved to Indiana via Kentucky between 1814 and 1825) to Robert Harris Newbold to William Milton Newbold to William Layton Newbold to John M. Newbold (my father, also born in Indiana).
There are two published works which bear on this research. First, older, and not as reliable is NEWBOLD GENEALOGY IN AMERICA by Charles Platt Jr. published in 1964. His primary subject is the Michael NEWBOLD line in New Jersey, but he does list 9 other 'lines' he discovered, one of which is Thomas NEWBOLD of Somerset County, and one of which was Francis NEWBOLD who moved to Indiana. His source of information was questionaires sent to all NEWBOLDs in the phone book in 1962/1963 and
the received responses.
The second, newer, more comprehesive and reliable work is SIX AMERICAN
COLONISTS by Eunice Newbold Clark, published in 1995. This is a fantastic source of information, as one of the six persons of the title is Thomas NEWBOLD from Somerset County MD.
If you haven't seen one or both of these books, you need to try to find them (especially the second) at a library somewhere.
I would be happy to exchange info with you if you would like. I found your name as a listed researcher on Ancestory.com's Web page. I invite you to visit my Family Tree Maker Homepage at http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/n/e/w/Henry-C-Newbold/
for a little more info on what I am doing.
Hope to hear from you.
Cree Newbold
newbold@home.com

Research Notes for Child: John Newbold
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800
Prim Name: John Newbold, Yeoman
Admin Name: Charles Rickards and wife Ann, late Ann Newbold
Will Made Date:
Will Loc:
Heirs Name:
Exec/Trus Name:
Wit Name:
Will Probate Date: [c. 09 Nov 1792]
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91 Page: 67-68

Research Notes for Child: Thomas Newbold
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800 Prim Name: Thomas Newbold Admin Name: William Newbold Will Made Date: Will Loc: Heirs Name: Exec/Trus Name: Wit Name: Will Probate Date: [c. 06 Mar 1792] Will Book: Arch. vol. A91 Page: 70

Cree Newbold
newbold@home.com
Tracability from this Thomas(1) thru his son Francis(1); to his grandson son Thomas(2)C. NEWBOLD in Delaware is well documented. The fact that my ggg grandfather's [Francis(2)] father was named Thomas(3) is also documented. What remains a speculation, based on circumstantial evidence surrounding the orphaning of Francis(2) Newbold [and his older brother George & sister Nancy] in 1792, is whether their father Thomas(3) NEWBOLD is the son of Thomas(2) C. NEWBOLD. Francis(2) had a gaurdian appointed for him in 1793--William NEWBOLD, who is descended directly from Thomas(1) thru Francis(1) thru Thomas(2) C.NEWBOLD's brother John NEWBOLD. In William's Will of 1800, he refers to Francis'(2) father Thomas(3) NEWBOLD as his 'cousin', implying that Thomas(3) is a son of one of William's Uncles. The two choices are Francis NEWBOLD Jr, who died in 1771, or Thomas(2) C. NEWBOLD. Since Francis Jr. did not have a child named Thomas (based on no mention in his Will of 1771 which did name his children), it is presumed that Thomas(3) is probably son of Thomas(2) C. NEWBOLD. However, there is no primary source documentation I am aware of that mentions any children of Thomas(2) C. NEWBOLD; nor is there any documentation that mentions who Thomas(3) NEWBOLD's parents were. The connection remains a
speculation (albeit a strong one, in my opinion!).
I would be most interested, obviously, in any information that either supports, or contradicts, the theory that Thomas(2) C. NEWBOLD is the father of Thomas(3) NEWBOLD.

Henry "Cree" Newbold & Susan K.


Husband Henry "Cree" Newbold

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     Father: John M. Newbold
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Wife Susan K.

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Husband's Notes
Hello Melissa,
I too have been researching NEWBOLDs in Maryland descended from Thomas
Newbold who arrived in America sometime around 1674. I am descended from him via his son Francis to Thomas C. Newbold to Thomas Newbold to Francis Newbold (who moved to Indiana via Kentucky between 1814 and 1825) to Robert Harris Newbold to William Milton Newbold to William Layton Newbold to John M. Newbold (my father, also born in Indiana).
There are two published works which bear on this research. First, older, and not as reliable is NEWBOLD GENEALOGY IN AMERICA by Charles Platt Jr. published in 1964. His primary subject is the Michael NEWBOLD line in New Jersey, but he does list 9 other 'lines' he discovered, one of which is Thomas NEWBOLD of Somerset County, and one of which was Francis NEWBOLD who moved to Indiana. His source of information was questionaires sent to all NEWBOLDs in the phone book in 1962/1963 and
the received responses.
The second, newer, more comprehesive and reliable work is SIX AMERICAN
COLONISTS by Eunice Newbold Clark, published in 1995. This is a fantastic source of information, as one of the six persons of the title is Thomas NEWBOLD from Somerset County MD.
If you haven't seen one or both of these books, you need to try to find them (especially the second) at a library somewhere.
I would be happy to exchange info with you if you would like. I found your name as a listed researcher on Ancestory.com's Web page. I invite you to visit my Family Tree Maker Homepage at http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/n/e/w/Henry-C-Newbold/
for a little more info on what I am doing.
Hope to hear from you.
Cree Newbold
newbold@home.com

John Newbold & Ann /Newbold/


Husband John Newbold 304

       Born:                         at: , Sussex, Delaware 304
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       Died: Abt 6 Nov 1792          at: , Sussex, Delaware 304
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     Father: Francis Newbold
     Mother: Mary /Newbold/


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Wife Ann /Newbold/ 304

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       Died: Bef 6 Nov 1792          at: , Sussex, Delaware
     Buried:                         at: 

Husband's Research Notes
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800
Prim Name: John Newbold, Yeoman
Admin Name: Charles Rickards and wife Ann, late Ann Newbold
Will Made Date:
Will Loc:
Heirs Name:
Exec/Trus Name:
Wit Name:
Will Probate Date: [c. 09 Nov 1792]
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91 Page: 67-68

John Newbold & Rachel Alexander


Husband John Newbold

       Born: Abt 1695                at: 
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       Died: After 1775              at: 
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     Father: Thomas Newbold
     Mother: Jane /Newbold/


    Married: 1730                      Place: 

Wife Rachel Alexander

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     Father: Henry Alexander
     Mother: 



Husband's Notes
[Walsh.FTW] John Newbold (c1695 - after 1775), mariner and ship captain, son of Thomas and Jane Newbold , inherited from father half of tract Bashan, as did bro. Francis; father provided in 1712/ 3 will that a 15 foot dwelling house be built on each part, but in 1723 Somerset Co. Tax Lis t John and Francis are shown living in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hd.; purchase o f Bashan was finally completed in 1724 when John and Francis Newbold, mariners, paid ¹25 fo r it to Adam Muir, merchant, who had bought it the year before from Thomas Catherine (Newbold ) Layfield. In 1725 John was head of his own household, still in Pocomoke Hd. By 1730 he wa s listed in Baltimore Hd., most of which later became Sussex Co., Del.; on 23 Feb 1732 witnes sed will of Edward Whaley and on 7 Jul 1733 appraised Whaley’s inventory, along with James Do nelson; on 19 Jun 1733 John Newbold was holding Indian corn and tobacco that belonged to Samu el Waterhouse; on 17 June 1735 John Newbold and wife Rachel sold his half of Bashan to John W illy; on 13 Feb 1737/8 George Layfield had quit-claim deed to John Newbold for Cow Quareter , on w. side of Assawoman Bay, bounded on n. by a tract surveyed for Thomas Fenwick; in 173 8 Newbold signed a petition by inhabitants of the Seaboard Side (in then Somerset Co.) for pe rmission to export their surplus wheat and Indian corn (rejected); still listed in Baltimor e Hd. In 1740. John Newbold m. in 1729/30 Rachel Alexander (d. 1755 or earlier), dau. of Hen ry Alexander (she signed Alexander’s inventory as next of kin)

John M. Newbold & Unknown


Husband John M. Newbold

       Born:                         at: , , Indiana
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     Father: William Layton Newbold
     Mother: 


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Wife

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Children
1 M Henry "Cree" Newbold

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Spouse: Susan K.


Notes for Child: Henry "Cree" Newbold
Hello Melissa,
I too have been researching NEWBOLDs in Maryland descended from Thomas
Newbold who arrived in America sometime around 1674. I am descended from him via his son Francis to Thomas C. Newbold to Thomas Newbold to Francis Newbold (who moved to Indiana via Kentucky between 1814 and 1825) to Robert Harris Newbold to William Milton Newbold to William Layton Newbold to John M. Newbold (my father, also born in Indiana).
There are two published works which bear on this research. First, older, and not as reliable is NEWBOLD GENEALOGY IN AMERICA by Charles Platt Jr. published in 1964. His primary subject is the Michael NEWBOLD line in New Jersey, but he does list 9 other 'lines' he discovered, one of which is Thomas NEWBOLD of Somerset County, and one of which was Francis NEWBOLD who moved to Indiana. His source of information was questionaires sent to all NEWBOLDs in the phone book in 1962/1963 and
the received responses.
The second, newer, more comprehesive and reliable work is SIX AMERICAN
COLONISTS by Eunice Newbold Clark, published in 1995. This is a fantastic source of information, as one of the six persons of the title is Thomas NEWBOLD from Somerset County MD.
If you haven't seen one or both of these books, you need to try to find them (especially the second) at a library somewhere.
I would be happy to exchange info with you if you would like. I found your name as a listed researcher on Ancestory.com's Web page. I invite you to visit my Family Tree Maker Homepage at http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/n/e/w/Henry-C-Newbold/
for a little more info on what I am doing.
Hope to hear from you.
Cree Newbold
newbold@home.com

Mr. Newbold & Sallie Hearne


Husband Mr. Newbold

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Wife Sallie Hearne

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     Father: George Hearne
     Mother: Sarah Tomlinson



Wife's Notes
Will of George Hearne of Mecklenburg County, being weak in body... 17 March 1782... to son Jesse Hearne, all lands, one still with all the implements; to daughter Sally Newbold one shilling sterling, and one negro girl Hannah; to daughter Betty Vinson one shilling sterling; to daughter Abigail BAHN one shilling sterling; to daughter Arcadey HEARNE land in county of Sussex and state of Delaware, to daughter Sarah WARRINGTON, one shilling sterling; to my daughters Tabitha HEARNE, Sarah WARRINGTON, and Sally NEWBOLD, one half of my forgotten property, son Jesse HEARNE exr... George HEARNE (seal)
Witnessess: Richard RANNELS,Dutch ______, James GRAY. Will Book C., pg. 141-1421 April Session 1790C. R. 065.801.17

Robert Harris Newbold & Unknown


Husband Robert Harris Newbold

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     Father: Francis Newbold
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Wife

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Children
1 M William Milton Newbold

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Thomas Newbold & Jane /Newbold/


Husband Thomas Newbold

       Born:                         at: , Derbyshire, England
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       Died: 9 Feb 1713 (New calendar) at: Pokemoke River, Somerset, Maryland
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Other Spouse: Ariana Murphy?          Date: 

Events
1. Emigration
Thomas NEWBOLD, 'Merchant of London', who immigrated to Accommack County Virginia by 1674, and thence to Somerset County MD in 1678.

Wife Jane /Newbold/

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Children
1 M William Newbold

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Spouse: Margaret /Newbold/ 250

2 F Mary Newbold

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3 F Margaret Newbold

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4 M John Newbold

       Born: Abt 1695                at: 
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       Died: After 1775              at: 
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Spouse: Rachel Alexander Marr: 1730

5 M Francis Newbold

       Born: 1698                    at: , Sussex, Delaware
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       Died: between 16 and 29 Mar 1777 at: , Sussex, Delaware
     Buried:                         at: 
Spouse: Mary /Newbold/


Husband's Notes
Below is a transcript of a the original will from the Prerogative Court records in the Maryland State Archives.
"In the name of God Amen I Thomas Newbold of Pocomoke River in Somersett County in the Province of Maryland Gent. being very weak and infirm of body but of a sound mind blessed be God and considering the frailty and uncertainty of human life doe make this my last Will and Testament hereby revoking and disannulling all other written wills by me formerly made. Imprimis I command my Soul into the hands of God Almighty and my body to the Earth to be decently buried as my Executors hereafter to be mentioned shall think fit hopeing for their joyfull resurrection in and through the merits of my Redeemer And as for what Worldly goods and Estate God hath been pleased to intrust me with I give and bequeath as followeth viz. I give and bequeath unto my oldest son Thomas Newbold two hundred and fivety Acres of land being the half of five hundred Acres of land on which I now dwell contained in three pattents called Acquatico, Friendship & Gift to him and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten and in case my said son Thomas dye without heirs the said plantation & Land to fall to my Second son William Newbold or to his heirs ___ively. Item I give and bequeath unto my second son William Newbold two hundred and fivety Acres of Land being the other half of the aforesaid five hundred Acres of land contained in those pattents called Acquitico, Friendship & Gift to him and to the heirs of his body lawfully begotten & in case my said son William dys without heirs the aforesaid two hundred and fivety Acres to fall to my oldest son Thomas Newbold & his heirs ___ively. Item I give and bequeath unto my oldest son Thomas Newbold my gold Seal Ring as also my Wainscoat East Indian Chest also one feather bed and furniture as also one bay Horse he now rides on with Saddle Bridle & Pistols and Houlsters and also one Gun as also my Wainscoat Couch. Item I give and bequeath unto my second Son William Newbold my Silver Tobacco Box one Bed and furniture as also my Bay Mare alsoe one Gun. Item I give and bequeath unto my third son John Newbold one hundred and fivety Acres of land being the one half of a certain tract of land called Bachan containing three hundred Acres as alsoe the Horse Colt belonging to my bay mare. Item I give and bequeath unto my youngest son Francis Newbold one hundred and fivety Acres of Land being the other half of the aforesaid three hundred Acres called Bashan as alsoe the first Colt the bay Mare brings and in
case either of my youngest sons dye without issue the said land to fall to the surviver. Item I give and bequeath unto my daughter Sarah now the wife of Thomas Hearne one Cow and Calf to be delivered all the Spring and as for the
last three hundred Acres of land called Bashan as aforesaid Willed and hereby given and bequeathed to my two youngest Sons John Newbold & Francis Newbold my will that that my two oldest sons Thomas Newbold & William
Newbold by and with the help and assistance of my loveing wife Jane Newbold doe take care to pay for the aforesaid three hundred Acres of Land as alsoe to assist in building a fiveteen foot dwelling House on each part of the said land
for my two youngest Sons and alsoe my Will is that my loveing Wife Jane Newbold and my oldest son Thomas Newbold do build a fiveteen foot dwelling House for my second son William Newbold and in case my son Thomas
Newbold shall want a dwelling House before my wifes decease my will is that my wife and my sons shall assist in building a fiveteen foot dwelling house for him And for what other goods and chattels God has been pleased to intrust me with after funeral charges and all other lawfull debts first paid I give and bequeath the same unto my dear and loveing wife Jane Newbold during her naturall life and as for my two Negroes Moll & Patience I give Patience unto my son Thomas & Moll to my son William after my Wifes decease and as for their increase my Will is that John
shall have one and Francis another and what shall remain together with the residue of my Estate after my wifes decease to be equally divided amongst all my children. Item I give unto my two younger daughters Margrett Newbold and Mary Newbold the first two Colts my Sorrell Mare may bring each of them one and Will is that the increase of the Stock on the plantation att the time of my decease to be disposed of to my children as my dear and loveing Wife Jane Newbold shall see most for their advantage And I doe hereby make constitute and appoint my dear and loving Wife Jane Newbold to be sole Executrix of this my last Will and testament and in Testimony that is my last Will & testament I have hereunto sett my hand and affixed my Seal this 9th of February 1712/13.
Signed Sealed & delivered published and Declared
to be afsd last Will & testament of afsd above mentioned
Thomas Newbold in presence of us."
John (I his mark) Perkins, Alexander (+ his mark) Graunt, Thomas Layfield
"Memorandum that this day viz. The fifth day of June 1713 came before me John Pirkins Allexander Graunt & Tho. Layfield in their proper persons and made oath upon afsd Holy Evangellist yt they saw the with__ Testator sign afsd within instrument as his last Will & testament vizt he published pronounced & declared afsd ____ so to be & at afsd time of his so doing he was of sound & perfect mind & memory to afsd best of their knowledge as wittness my hand afsd day & year above written."
Source: PRO Colonial Papers from ARCHIVES OF MARYLAND
Somerset (Worcester) County. Transcribed by Craig O'Donnell.
Address of the Inhabitants of the County of Somersett.
Nover the 28th 1689.

To the King and Queen most Ext Majty.
Wee your Majesty's Subjects in the Somersett and Province of Maryland, being refreshed and Encouraged by your Majestys great and prosperous undertakings, and by your late gracious letter to these of this Province, do cast ourselves at your Majesty's feet humbly desiring and hopefully expecting the continuance of your Maj care of us, as our Case and Circumstances doe or may require, in the confidence whereof wee resolve to continue (by the grace of God) in the Profession and defence of the Protestant Religion and your Majesty's Title and interest against the French and other Papists that oppose and trouble us in soe just and good a cause not doubting but your Majestys wisdom and clemency will afford unto us all needful suitable Aid and Protection for securing our Religion, lives and liberty under Protestant Governors and Government, and for enabling us to defend ourselves against all Invaders. Thus praying for your Majestys long and happy Reigne over us, Wee know ourselves to bee (with due Reverence and sincerity.)
Your Majestys Loyall Obedient and humble Subjects

John Huett
Wm Coulbourne jun
Thomas Wilson
Henry Philips
John Parsons
Thomas Shild
Thomas Stivenson
James Knox
John Browne
Wm Alexander
Randolph Revell
Peter Elzey
James Smith
Epraem Wilson
Thomas Smith
John Knox
Thomas Wallr
John Knox
Thomas Wallr
Alexander Knox
Alexander Procter
John Renshaw
James Conner
William Wilmot
Micayah Sadler
John Chanceleer
John Smoche
Nicholas Cornwell
Robert Cade
John Miller
Adam Spence
Tho. Midgley
John Baron
John Deale
Martin Curtis
Clement Giles
Robert Johnson
William Bowen
Devoraux Diegas
Robert Simson
Edward Evans
Hugh Jingle
John Coltston
Richard Warren
Mathew Jones
Richard Hill
John Goldsmith
John Browne
Willm Owen
Malcom Knox
William Knox
William Hacaland
Richard Jarrett
Nathaniel Clark
George Boyman [Bozman]
John Nelson
William Waller
George Phebus
John Rawley
John Jones
George Park
Wm Polk
Wm Wilson
Edward Surnam
Charles Ractlife
William Melvell
William Smith
Richard Mackclure
John White
John Rowell
John Killam
John More
Sam1 Hopkins junr
Benjamin Keyar
Ralph Milbourne
Henry Hall
Francis Heap
John Pope
Thomas Oxford
William Hearne
Richard Pepper
John Saunders
Nathaniell Abbott
William Coard
William Hall
William Davis
Joshua Light
John Rust
Nathaniel Vesey
Richard Woodcraft
Tobias Pepper
WaIler Read
John Peterfranck
Stephen Page
Thomas Edwards
Alexander Mackcullah
George Beniam
Andrew Miller
Patrick Reed
John Steell
William Browne
Thomas Bromley
William Wouldhave
Richard Wildgoose
John Lucas
John Johnson
Richard Cole
William Oswell
John Snow
George Latham
William Law
William Alexandr Junr
John Gray
Robert Polk
Thomas Pollett
Charles Mullen
Arnold Elzey
Alexander White
William Nelson
Michael Hannah
William Lawrence
John Swaine
Ambrose Archer
William Stevenson
James Barber
Samll Showell
William Jurvill
John Mcknitt
Wm Coulbourne
James Marrah
John Roach
Owen Mckgraw
William Round
Richard Farwell
Alexander Kyll
Thomas Poynter
John Strawbridge
Adam Fitch
William Burch
Thomas Gordon
Nicholas Carpenter
John Hepderson
John Tarr
Richard Hill
Edmd Beachamp
Allen Ross
Geo. Nobell
Richard Britten
Peter Whaples
William Layton
William Boyman [Bozman]
Geo. Lane
John Crawley
Samll Worthington
Robert Peny
Moses Fenton
John Porter
Ninian Dulap
James Henderson
James Duncan
John Barber
John Hicks
William Mead
Robert Neame
Henry Mills
Richard Dennis
Thomas Morgan
Humphrey Read
William Shankland
David Dresdan
John Watt
John Ellis
Thomas Ellis
John Starret
William Fossit
Thomas Delahide
Arthur Hanley
John Christopher
Philip Askew
Roger Phillips
Robert Crouch
George Bayley
Lazurus Maddux
John Davis
Henry Hamon
Miles Harrison
Tho. Dixon
Alexander Maddux
John Frankland
Wm Coulbourne
Francis Joyce
Robert Boyer
Nicholas Jodvin [Todvin]
Geo. Layfeild Comtr [sic]
Michael Clugstone
Laurence Crawford
Wm Traile
Thomas Wilson
Samll Davis
Peter Dent
John West
John Boyman [Bozman]
James Sangster
John Tayler
Edward Jones
Thomas Poole
Roger Burkham
John Emmit
John King
William Planer
William Planer junr
Richard Tull
Thomas Tull
Robert Hall
John Braughton
William Nobell
John Colhoune
John Williams
Richard Chambers
John Trupshan
Mathew Dorman
James Langreene
Nathll Horsey
Alexander Thomas
John Mackbride
David Brown
Francis Jenkins
William Brerton
John Winder
Robt King
James Dashiell
Stephen Suff
Thomas Newbold
James Round
Samll Hopkins
Edmd Howard
Thomas Jones
Henry Smith.
This is a true Copy taken from the Original
Examined and signed by the Order of the Respective Persons above named.
Peter Dent dpty Collr of his Majestys Customes in the County of Somersett.
[Indorsed]
Maryland 1689.
Address of the Inhabitants of the County of Somersett to their Majties.
Recd. from my Lord Shrewsbury, 7th Febry. 1689.
© Craig O'Donnell
NOTE: It was in 1689 that Lord Baltimore lost the Calvert family's hold on the province of Maryland, and the province came under the rule of King William and Queen Mary. The overwhelming majority of the names signed to this address were Presbyterians, along with the names of 15 or 20 Church of England men (like Huett, Revell, Dixon, Coulbourne, Horsey, Chambers, Dent, Elzey, Tull, Waller, Smith, Dashiell, Brereton and Bozman) . None are identified as Quakers.

Husband's Research Notes
Possible descendant: Somerset Co., Maryland Licenses 1796 - 1832
Newbald William m. Cottingham, Elizabeth 02May1797

Research Notes for Child: William Newbold
From Ancestry.com:
http://data.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?DB=SUSSEXDE1680&GS=NEWBOLD&DATABASEID=4295&TITLE=SUSSEX+COUNTY%2C+DELAWARE+PROBATE+RECORDS%2C+1680-1800&DATABASENAME=SUSSEXDE1680&SEARCHENGINE=SSE.DLL&SERVER=DATA&TYPE=F&QUERY=NEWBOLD&SUBMIT=SUBMIT+QUERY&ct=1702&hc=1
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800
Prim Name: William Newbold
Will Made Date: 28 Apr 1777
Will Loc: Province of Pennsylvania
Heirs Name: wife Margaret Newbold; son William Newbold
Exec/Trus Name: wife Margaret Newbold and son William Newbold
Will Probate Date: 06 Jun 1777
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91; Reg. of Wills, Liber C
Page: 71; folios 104-105

Notes for Child: John Newbold
[Walsh.FTW] John Newbold (c1695 - after 1775), mariner and ship captain, son of Thomas and Jane Newbold , inherited from father half of tract Bashan, as did bro. Francis; father provided in 1712/ 3 will that a 15 foot dwelling house be built on each part, but in 1723 Somerset Co. Tax Lis t John and Francis are shown living in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hd.; purchase o f Bashan was finally completed in 1724 when John and Francis Newbold, mariners, paid ¹25 fo r it to Adam Muir, merchant, who had bought it the year before from Thomas Catherine (Newbold ) Layfield. In 1725 John was head of his own household, still in Pocomoke Hd. By 1730 he wa s listed in Baltimore Hd., most of which later became Sussex Co., Del.; on 23 Feb 1732 witnes sed will of Edward Whaley and on 7 Jul 1733 appraised Whaley’s inventory, along with James Do nelson; on 19 Jun 1733 John Newbold was holding Indian corn and tobacco that belonged to Samu el Waterhouse; on 17 June 1735 John Newbold and wife Rachel sold his half of Bashan to John W illy; on 13 Feb 1737/8 George Layfield had quit-claim deed to John Newbold for Cow Quareter , on w. side of Assawoman Bay, bounded on n. by a tract surveyed for Thomas Fenwick; in 173 8 Newbold signed a petition by inhabitants of the Seaboard Side (in then Somerset Co.) for pe rmission to export their surplus wheat and Indian corn (rejected); still listed in Baltimor e Hd. In 1740. John Newbold m. in 1729/30 Rachel Alexander (d. 1755 or earlier), dau. of Hen ry Alexander (she signed Alexander’s inventory as next of kin)

Notes for Child: Francis Newbold
[Walsh.FTW] Francis Newbold (1698 - Mar 1777), of Lewes, Sussex Co., Del., mariner, son of Thomas an d Jane Newbold, inherited from father, along with bro. John, the tract Bashan, in Nanticoke H d.; listed, with John, in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hr. in 1723; in household of J ohn Newbold in 1724; 1725 Tax List for Pocomoke Hd. shows Francis Newbold in household of Joh n Henderson, Sr.; by 1730, and later, Francis was probably living on his half of Bashan, as h e was listed in Somerset Co. tax lists through 1740 as head of household in Nanticoke Hd., ad jacent to John Willey in most years beginning 1733; appraised inventory of John Willey in Wor cester Co. (which included part of Nanticoke Hd.) 20 May 1742. Was this Willey a descendan t of the John and Elizabeth Willie who rented land to first Thomas Newbold in 1674? Accordin g to Somerset Co. Judicials, 1733-35, Francis Newbold was appointed overseer of roads in Nant icoke Hr. ‘from Drapper’s Mill to Morgan’s road over the stead of Nanticoke and to have all t he labourours about Deep Creek.’ Francis Newbold m. Mary ____ [Cree Newbold.FTW] Francis Newbold owned several plots of land in the Sussex County DE and Somerset County MD ar ea. He was found on the Somerset County MD list of 'Titheables belonging to Pocomoke Hundred ' in 1724, with 5 members of his family and no slaves. He inherited one half of his father T homas' land 'Bashan' in Nanticoke Hundred DE in 1712 per Thomas' Will. He obtained another p lot of land in Wicomico County MD in 1742. He was noted as owning a tract called 'Unity Forg e' which ajoined 'Fruitful Plain' owned by George Layfield, and he obtained some of that lan d from George's son Thomas Layfield. Note that in 1794 it was recorded in 'The History of De laware, 1609-1888', by J. Thomas Scharf, that 'Charles Polk purchased 170 acres of (Fruitfu l Plain) from Sarah Newbold on 26 January, 1793'. Sarah had inherited it from her husband, Fr ancis, son of Fransis and Mary. Clark p. 55-56.

Research Notes for Child: Francis Newbold
From Ancestry.com: http://data.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?DB=SUSSEXDE1680&GS=NEWBOLD&DATABASEID=4295&TITLE=SUSSEX+COUNTY%2C+DELAWARE+PROBATE+RECORDS%2C+1680-1800&DATABASENAME=SUSSEXDE1680&SEARCHENGINE=SSE.DLL&SERVER=DATA&TYPE=F&QUERY=NEWBOLD&SUBMIT=SUBMIT+QUERY&ct=1702&hc=1
Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800
Prim Name: Francis Newbold
Admin Name:
Will Made Date: 16 Mar 1777
Heirs Name: wife Mary Newbold; sons John and Thomas Newbold; dau.-in-law Sarah Newbold
Exec/Trus Name: sons John and Thomas Newbold
Wit Name: George Wallace, Jesse Griffith, David Carey
Will Probate Date: 29 Mar 1777
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91; Reg. of Wills, Liber C
Page: 63; folios 74-75
Did he have a son or grandson Francis?
Francis Newbold, Jr., Yeoman
Admin Name: Sarah Stafford, late Sarah Newbold (Daughter and Late Wife?)
Will Book: Arch. vol. A91
Page: 64

Medical Notes for Child: Francis Newbold
Hello Melissa,
I too have been researching NEWBOLDs in Maryland descended from Thomas
Newbold who arrived in America sometime around 1674. I am descended from him via his son Francis to Thomas C. Newbold to Thomas Newbold to Francis Newbold (who moved to Indiana via Kentucky between 1814 and 1825) to Robert Harris Newbold to William Milton Newbold to William Layton Newbold to John M. Newbold (my father, also born in Indiana).
There are two published works which bear on this research. First, older, and not as reliable is NEWBOLD GENEALOGY IN AMERICA by Charles Platt Jr. published in 1964. His primary subject is the Michael NEWBOLD line in New Jersey, but he does list 9 other 'lines' he discovered, one of which is Thomas NEWBOLD of Somerset County, and one of which was Francis NEWBOLD who moved to Indiana. His source of information was questionaires sent to all NEWBOLDs in the phone book in 1962/1963 and
the received responses.
The second, newer, more comprehesive and reliable work is SIX AMERICAN
COLONISTS by Eunice Newbold Clark, published in 1995. This is a fantastic source of information, as one of the six persons of the title is Thomas NEWBOLD from Somerset County MD.
If you haven't seen one or both of these books, you need to try to find them (especially the second) at a library somewhere.
I would be happy to exchange info with you if you would like. I found your name as a listed researcher on Ancestory.com's Web page. I invite you to visit my Family Tree Maker Homepage at http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/n/e/w/Henry-C-Newbold/
for a little more info on what I am doing.
Hope to hear from you.
Cree Newbold
newbold@home.com

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