Descendants of Thomas Newbery


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37. Henry Newbery (John22, John20, Henry10, William2, Thomas1) was born in 1726 in Montgomery County, PA, died on 4 Jul 1789 in Collegeville, Montgomery County, PA at age 63, and was buried circa 6 Jul 1789 in St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery.

Events

Abstract of Henry's Will: 23
NEWBERRY, HENRY of the township of Skippack and Perkioming of the county
of Montgomery in the Comonwealth of Pennsylvania..
October 15, 1788. Recorded on May 13, 1789.
To son Israel, 130 pds. To 3 daughters: Rebeccah, wife of Abraham Skeen,
Elizabeth, wife of David Thomas and Jemima, wife of Samuel Skeen, 80
pds. each. To 2 daughters Mary and Ann, 80 pds. each, featherbed &c. To
son Henry, farm in Worcester, 118 acres. To sons Thomas and John, farm
of 231 acres, Thomas taking upper half. Sons Henry, Thomas and John to
pay 100 pds. to daughters. To wife Ann, 1/3 personalty and maintenance,
1/3 real estate profits. Rem. equally divided among children.
Execs: Wife Ann and son Henry and Henry Pennebacker. Wit: Isaac Casel,
Abraham Cracker, Israel Jacobs.

Henry married Ann. Ann died on 31 Jul 1812 in Collegeville, Montgomery County, PA and was buried circa 1 Aug 1812 in St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 55 M    i. Israel Newbery 23 died in 1828 in Skippack Twp. Montgomery County, Penn. and was buried in 1828 in Lower Skippack Mennonite Church.

   56 F    ii. Rebeccah Newbery .

Rebeccah married Abraham Skeen.

   57 F    iii. Elizabeth Newbery .

Elizabeth married David Thomas.

   58 F    iv. Jemima Newbery .

Jemima married Samuel Skeen.

   59 F    v. Mary Newbery .

   60 F    vi. Ann Newbery .

   61 M    vii. Henry Newbery .

   62 M    viii. Thomas Newbery .

   63 M    ix. John Newbery .

42. Richard Newbery (John22, John20, Henry10, William2, Thomas1) was born in 1724 in Montgomery County, PA, died on 10 Aug 1758 in Collegeville, Montgomery County, PA at age 34, and was buried circa 12 Aug 1758 in St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery.

Richard married Mary.

Children from this marriage were:

   64 M    i. John Newbery was born in 1752, died on 10 Sep 1758 in Collegeville, Montgomery County, PA at age 6, and was buried circa 12 Sep 1758 in St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery.

   65 M    ii. Isaac Newbery died on 10 Feb 1763 in Collegeville, Montgomery County, PA and was buried circa 12 Feb 1763 in St. James Episcopal Church Cemetery.

49. Sarah Newbery (William23, John20, Henry10, William2, Thomas1) was born in Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey.21

Sarah married John Brown. John was born on 20 Aug 1714 in Burlington , New Jersey.

"Crozer MS, pp. 53, 56; Furman MS, p. 21; Furman, Charleston Assoc., p 70; Hist. Sketch Welsh Neck, p. 7; Gregg, Cheraws, p. 64; W. C. Allen, History of the Pee Dee Baptist Association (Dillon, S. C., 1924), pp. 88-93; Rev, John Brown was born Aug. 20, 1714, near Burlington, N. J., was brought up at Frankfort near Philadelphia; he came to the Welsh Neck in 1737, where he was baptized and called to the ministry, being ordained May 7, 1750; he married Sarah Newberry, and left children Mercy, Sarah, Martha Elizabeth, Samuel, Mary, and Jesse; he preached throughout the region for many years without a pastorate; Brownsville is said to have been named in his honor; it was probably he who had a survey of 600 acres onPeedee in 1734; 251 acres in Prince Frederick north of "Odochone" In 1736; 300 acres bounded southwest on Peedee in the Welsh Tract in Prince George Winyah in 1742, 450 acres of similar location in 1749; and others on Muddy Creek and in the Welsh Tract (Plats, II, pp. 7, 8, 80; IV, 314, 320; V, 49, 382; VII, 209; XI, 28; XIII, 501." (South Carolina Baptists, 1670 - 1805, Leah Townsend, Genealogical Publishing Companry, Baltimore, Maryland, 2003, p.64)

Events

Migration: Welsh Track - South Carolina - 1737

Ordained. Baptist Church - Welsh Tract South Carolina - 7 May 1750

Children from this marriage were:

   66 F    i. Mercy Brown .

   67 F    ii. Sarah Brown .

   68 F    iii. Martha Elizabeth Brown .

   69 M    iv. Samuel Brown .

   70 F    v. Mary Brown .

   71 M    vi. Jesse Brown .


50. John Newbery (William23, John20, Henry10, William2, Thomas1) was born after 1705 in Evesham, Burlington, New Jersey21 and died circa 1785 in Cumberland County, North Carolina.

Events

Migration to S.C. 24
"John Newberry, on Muddy Creek at the lower end of the Welsh Neck, set up a grist- and sawmill and another like it was built by Gideon Ellis, who came to the Welsh Tract from the lower part of the province, and settled on the south side of the river on or near Jeffreys Creek. Among four other mills projected at the same time one belonged to John Kolp and one to James Gillespie, formerly of Winyaw and sometime Cherokee trader. These mills are evidence of the success of the Welsh plans for grain production."
JC Journal of the Council

Migration to N.C. 25
" In 1754, where the North-South and the Yadkin roads intersected, John Newberry, a Quaker from the Pee Dee region of South Carolina, established a gristmill and a tavern. In 1760, he sold lots near the creek (now known as Cool Spring and located in downtown Fayetteville) to newcomers. Streets were planned and laid out, and settlers, including, merchants, innkeepers, tailors, shoemakers, buchers, and a sawmill operator, moved there."



Click on the picture to the right to see a list of land Grants, Purchases, and Sales that indicate John Newbery's migration from South Carolina up to Anson County along the Pee Dee River, and then to present day Cumberland County in the Cross Creek area: 26,27,28,29

John married Elizabeth Matthews, daughter of Thomas Matthews and Mary. Elizabeth was born on an unknown date in Unknown and died in 1777.

Children from this marriage were:

   72 M    i. John Newbery was born circa 1733.

John married Mary. Mary was born circa 1735.

+ 73 M    ii. Jesse Newbery was born circa 1735 in Unknown Location and died circa 1792 in Bladen County, North Carolina about age 57.

   74 F    iii. Martha Elizabeth Newbery was born circa 1737 in Bladen County, North Carolina and died circa 1815 in Cumberland County, North Carolina about age 78.

Martha married Joseph Thames. Joseph was born circa 1732 and died circa 1780 about age 48.

   75 F    iv. Mary Newbery was born circa 1739.

Mary married Peter Lord.


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