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Thomas Newbold b. Eng d. 1713 MD
Posted by: Christine Lennon Date: April 16, 1999 at 19:54:01
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Looking for his ancestry. Thomas m1 Adrianna, m2 Jane (Layfield?)Children of THOMAS NEWBOLD and ADRIANA are:
i. THOMAS2 NEWBOLD, d. 1746; m. JOYCE PURNEL.

Notes for THOMAS NEWBOLD:
“Thomas Newbold (d. 1746), planter, son of Thomas and Adriana Newbold, inherited from father 250 a. of Acquintica, Friendship, and Gift, as well as father’s gold seal ring, waistcoat, East India chest, feather bed, bay horse, pistols and holsters, and a gun; in 1714 he patented the tract Content, 77 a., in present Dublin dist.; Thomas Newbold appears as household head in Pocomoke Hd. Tax Lists, 1723-1744. Judicial records show that he served on jury 18 June 1734; on 20 Aug 1734, was taken to court over a debt he owed Thomas Fletcher, and court decided that Fletcher should recover against Thomas Newbold his damages and 4,000 pounds of tobacco. On 20 Nov 1734 Thomas Newbold petitioned the court, saying he was possessed of a parcel of land on the Pocomoke R. ‘thorow which the county road runs it being very prejudicial to petitioner who prays to be allowed the liberty of setting up hanging gates in the road;” the petition was granted. On the same day John Perkins complained to the court that Newbold was about to fence in the cart road Perkins and his father had built down to the landing by Newbold to haul goods for transport, and Perkins petitioned that the cart road be left out of Newbold’s fence or that gates or bars be installed to facilitate passage; the court sent three officers to inspect the road and report back. Thomas Newbold m., perhaps as second wife, Joyce Purnell, dau. of John Purnell; one source, Janet Brittingham, says Joyce’s mother was Director Smith (who did have sister Joyce)…”

ii. MURPHY NEWBOLD, b. Bef. 1678.

Notes for MURPHY NEWBOLD:
[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.73250.1]

Individual: Murphy Newbold
Place: Maryland
Year: 1678

Primary Individual: Newbold, Thomas

Family Members: Wife Adrianna; Son Murphy; Daughter Sarah

Source Code: 8510

Source Name:
SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986.

Source Annotation:
Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.

Source Page #: 334


More About MURPHY NEWBOLD:
Fact 1: Place: Maryland2
Fact 2: Year: 16782
Fact 4: Primary Individual: Newbold, Thomas2
Fact 5: Family Members: Wife Adrianna; Son Murphy; Daughter Sarah2
Fact 6: Source Code: 85102
Fact 7: Source Name: SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 2
Fact 8: Source Annotation: Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.2
Fact 9: Source Page #: 3342

iii. SARAH NEWBOLD, b. Bef. 1678.

Notes for SARAH NEWBOLD:
[Broderbund Family Archive #354, Ed. 1, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, Date of Import: Feb 11, 1999, Internal Ref. #1.354.1.73250.7]

Individual: Sarah Newbold
Place: Maryland
Year: 1678

Primary Individual: Newbold, Thomas

Family Members: Wife Adrianna; Son Murphy; Daughter Sarah

Source Code: 8510

Source Name:
SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 1986.

Source Annotation:
Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.

Source Page #: 334


More About SARAH NEWBOLD:
Fact 1: Place: Maryland3
Fact 2: Year: 16783
Fact 4: Primary Individual: Newbold, Thomas3
Fact 5: Family Members: Wife Adrianna; Son Murphy; Daughter Sarah3
Fact 6: Source Code: 85103
Fact 7: Source Name: SKORDAS, GUST, editor. The Early Settlers of Maryland: an Index to Names of Immigrants, Compiled from Records of Land Patents, 1633-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Maryland. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1968. 525p. Repr. 3
Fact 8: Source Annotation: Index from manuscript by Arthur Trader, Chief Clerk in the Maryland Land Commission, 1917. And see nos. 4507-4511, Land Notes.3
Fact 9: Source Page #: 3343

iv. WILIAM NEWBOLD, b. Aft. 1678, Somerset Co., MD; d. 1720; m. ABIGAIL COULBOURNE.

Notes for WILIAM NEWBOLD:
“William Newbold (c1679/88-1720), son of Thomas and Adriana Newbold, was probably b. between the time his parents immigrated into Somerset Co., in 1678 (his name was not listed as a headright) and 1688 (half sister Katherine was b. 1689 to Thomas and second wife, Jane); inherited from father 250 a. of Acquintica, Friendship, and Gift, also a silver tobacco box, one bed and furniture, a bay mare, and one gun. William Newbold m. Abigail Coulbourne, who was administrator of his estate.”


Children of THOMAS NEWBOLD and JANE are:
v. KATHERINE2 NEWBOLD, b. October 16, 1689, Pokomoke, MD; d. Bef. 1774; m. THOMAS LAYFIELD.
2. vi. SARAH NEWBOLD, b. November 01, 1691, Pokomoke, MD.
vii. JOHN NEWBOLD, b. Abt. 1695; d. Aft. 1775; m. RACHEL ALEXANDER, Bet. 1729 - 1730.

Notes for JOHN NEWBOLD:
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 List John and Francis are shown living in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hd.; purchase of Bashan was finally completed in 1724 when John and Francis Newbold, mariners, paid £25 for 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 was listed in Baltimore Hd., most of which later became Sussex Co., Del.; on 23 Feb 1732 witnessed will of Edward Whaley and on 7 Jul 1733 appraised Whaley’s inventory, along with James Donelson; on 19 Jun 1733 John Newbold was holding Indian corn and tobacco that belonged to Samuel Waterhouse; on 17 June 1735 John Newbold and wife Rachel sold his half of Bashan to John Willy; 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 1738 Newbold signed a petition by inhabitants of the Seaboard Side (in then Somerset Co.) for permission to export their surplus wheat and Indian corn (rejected); still listed in Baltimore Hd. In 1740. John Newbold m. in 1729/30 Rachel Alexander (d. 1755 or earlier), dau. of Henry Alexander (she signed Alexander’s inventory as next of kin)


viii. FRANCIS NEWBOLD, b. 1698; d. March 1777; m. MARY.

Notes for FRANCIS NEWBOLD:
“Francis Newbold (1698 - Mar 1777), of Lewes, Sussex Co., Del., mariner, son of Thomas and Jane Newbold, inherited from father, along with bro. John, the tract Bashan, in Nanticoke Hd.; listed, with John, in household of bro. Thomas in Pocomoke Hr. in 1723; in household of John Newbold in 1724; 1725 Tax List for Pocomoke Hd. shows Francis Newbold in household of John Henderson, Sr.; by 1730, and later, Francis was probably living on his half of Bashan, as he was listed in Somerset Co. tax lists through 1740 as head of household in Nanticoke Hd., adjacent to John Willey in most years beginning 1733; appraised inventory of John Willey in Worcester Co. (which included part of Nanticoke Hd.) 20 May 1742. Was this Willey a descendant of the John and Elizabeth Willie who rented land to first Thomas Newbold in 1674? According to Somerset Co. Judicials, 1733-35, Francis Newbold was appointed overseer of roads in Nanticoke Hr. ‘from Drapper’s Mill to Morgan’s road over the stead of Nanticoke and to have all the labourours about Deep Creek.’ Francis Newbold m. Mary ____ …”


ix. MARY NEWBOLD, b. 1698; m. JAMES HOUSTON.
x. MARGARET NEWBOLD, b. Bet. 1700 - 1757; m. WILLIAM WAPLES.


Generation No. 2

2. SARAH2 NEWBOLD (THOMAS1) was born November 01, 1691 in Pokomoke, MD. She married THOMAS HEARNE Bef. February 09, 1711/12, son of WILLIAM HEARNE and MARY CUTHBERT (?).

Notes for SARAH NEWBOLD:
Sarah Newbold was born 1 November 1691 in Somerset County, Maryland, the daughter of Thomas and Jane Newbold. She married Thomas Hearne] before the date of her father’s will, 9 February 1713. [Thomas Newbold’s will was dated 9 Feb 1712, but this was under the old style calendar. The actual date of his will, in accordance with our present calendar system, would then be 9 Feb 1713.]




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