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Re: NEWBOLD in Worcester County late 1700s
Posted by: Henry Newbold (ID *****4248) Date: October 27, 2005 at 10:37:46
In Reply to: Re: NEWBOLD in Worcester County late 1700s by Elizabeth Smith of 466


Thanks. Ms. Clark and I have corresponded often these last few years regarding NEWBOLDs in Maryland and Delaware in the 18th and 19th Century. I've yet to establish any connectivity for Thomas Newbold found in Worcester County records in the late 1790s and early 1800s with the long established Somerset - Worcester Maryland and Sussex County Delaware Newbold line of Thomas Newbold [died 1713 Somerset County]. I've done a good deal of research on these Newbolds, including some original work that both fills in and corrects Ms. Clark's information in her book [now in it's 3rd, and she says, final edition, to which I contributed]. I'm alway grateful to exchange information with ANYONE who is even peripherally interested in these NEWBOLDs and their connections. If you have a particular connection to NEWBOLD, I would love to hear more.


Cree Newbold

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