Section AM: Descendants of Torf _____

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Generation One

1. TORF1 _____ was born about 920, and died between 940 and 1040. He married about 950, ERTEMBERGE DE BRIQUEBEC. [72, 32, 107]
Seigneur de Torville
possibly a son of Bernard the Dane, the most powerful of the feudal nobles of
Normandy but this relationship has not been proved.
Children:
+2i.TOURADE2 DE PONTAUDEMER, b. about 950[106]; m. about 980 EVA DE CREPON.
3ii.TURCHETIL _____, b. about 960/1.
Seigneur de Turqueville, ancestor of the famous harcourt family of Normandy and
England.
4iii.WILLIAM DE TORVILLE, b. about 960/1.


Generation Two

2. TOURADE2 DE PONTAUDEMER (Torf _____1), son of (1) Torf1 and Ertemberge (de BRIQUEBEC) _____, was born about 950[106], and died between 970 and 1070. He married about 980, EVA DE CREPON. [72, 36, 107, 106]
younger sister of the Dutchess Gunnora, wife of Richard I, Duke of normandy
(Cf),
Children:
+5i.HUMPHREY3 DE VEULLES, b. about 980[106]; m. about 1005 AUBEREE DE LA HAYE, d. about 1045[106].
6ii.HERBRARD DU PONTEAUDEMER, b. about 990/1.
7iii.GILBERD DU PONTEAUDEMER, b. about 990/1.
8iv.RICHARD DU PONTEAUDEMER, b. about 990/1.
9v.ILBERT DU PONTEAUDEMER, b. about 990/1.
10vi.JOSSELINE _____, b. about 990/1.
+11vii.JOSCELINE DE PONTAUDEMER, b. about 970; m. in 994[35] (ADF-3) HUGUES DE MONTGOMERY, son of (ADF-2) Roger DE MONTGOMERY.


Generation Three

5. HUMPHREY3 DE VEULLES (Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (2) Tourade2 and Eva (de CREPON) DE PONTAUDEMER, was born about 980[106], and was buried in Preaux Abbey, Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France. He married about 1005, AUBEREE DE LA HAYE, who died about 1045[106]. [73, 31, 107, 5, 106]
Children:
12i.ROBERT4 DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1005.
+13ii.COUNT ROGER DE BEAUMONT of Ponteaudemer, b. about 1010; d. in 1094; m. about 1040 (ACE-2) COUNTESS ADELIZA DE MEULENT of Ponteaudemer, b. about 1014, d. in 1081, daughter of (ACE-1) Count Waleran and Oda (de CONTEVILLE).
11. JOSCELINE3 DE PONTAUDEMER (Tourade2, Torf _____1), daughter of (2) Tourade2 and Eva (de CREPON) DE PONTAUDEMER, was born between 953/4 and 980, and died between 994 and 1090. She married in 994[35], (ADF-3) HUGUES DE MONTGOMERY, son of (ADF-2) Roger DE MONTGOMERY. [35]
Child: See (ADF-3) Hugues de MONTGOMERY


Generation Four

13. COUNT ROGER4 DE BEAUMONT (Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Ponteaudemer, son of (5) Humphrey3 and Auberee (de la HAYE) DE VEULLES, was born about 1010, died in 1094 and was buried in Preaux Abbey. He married about 1040, (ACE-2) COUNTESS ADELIZA DE MEULENT of Ponteaudemer, daughter of (ACE-1) Count Waleran and Oda (de CONTEVILLE), who was born about 1014, and died in 1081. [73, 52, 39, 31, 107, 4]
Seigneur de Pont Audemar
Children:
+14i.ROBERT5 DE BEAUMONT, 1ST EARL OF LEICESTER, b. about 1049 in Pont-Audemer, (Beaumont), Normandy; d. on 5 June 1118 in Leicestershire, England, United Kingdom; m. in 1096 in France (U-26) COUNTESS ISABEL ELIZABETH DE VERMANDOIS of Valois, Bretagne, France, b. about 1081, d. in England on 13 Feb. 1131, daughter of (U-20) Duke Hugh Crepi and (LA-79) Countess Adelaide (de VERMANDOIS).
+15ii.HENRY DE NEWBURGH, 1ST EARL OF WARWICK, b. about 1045 in Neubourg, Normandy; d. on 20 June 1123 in Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France; m. about 1090 (ADK-3) MARGARET DE PERCHE of Normandy, France, b. between 1057 and 1077, d. after 1156, daughter of (ADK-2) Count Geoffrey II and (AIA-2) Beatrix (de MONTDIDIER).
16iii.WILLIAM DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1050/1.
17iv.ALBREDE DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1050/1.


Generation Five

14. ROBERT5 DE BEAUMONT, 1ST EARL OF LEICESTER (Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (13) Count Roger4 and (ACE-2) Countess Adeliza (de MEULENT), was born about 1049 in Pont-Audemer, (Beaumont), Normandy, France, died on 5 June 1118 in Leicestershire and was buried in Preaux, Normandy, France. He married in France, in 1096, (U-26) COUNTESS ISABEL ELIZABETH DE VERMANDOIS of Valois, daughter of (U-20) Duke Hugh Crepi and (LA-79) Countess Adelaide (de VERMANDOIS), who was born about 1081, was christened in 1131, died on 13 Feb. 1131 in England, and was buried in Lewes, Sussex, England. [91, 53, 38, 31, 77, 136]
Lord of Beaumont, Pont-Audemer and Brionne, Count of Meulan,
cr. first Earl of Leicester 1103, Companion of William the Conqueror at
Hastings, 1066.
Children:
+18i.COUNT WALERAN6 DE BEAUMONT of Meulan, b. in 1104; d. on 10 April 1166; m. about 1141 (ADB-2) AGNES D'EVREUX, d. in Preaux, Normandy, France[51] on 15 Dec. 1181[51], daughter of (ADB-1) Amauri, Comte d'Evreux and Agnes (_____).
+19ii.ROBERT II DE BEAUMONT, 2ND EARL OF LEICESTER, b. in 1104 in Leicester, Leicestershire; d. on 5 April 1168[8] in England[8]; m. after Nov. 1120[8] (UN-4) AMICE DE GAEL of Saxlingham, Norfolk, England, b. about 1108, daughter of (UN-3) Ralph II and Avise (_____) DE GAEL.
20iii.HUGH DE BEAUMONT, (EARL) of Elveston, Bedfordshire, England, b. about 1095/6.
21iv.DREUX DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1095/6.
22v.ADELINE DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1095/6.
23vi.ALICE DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1095/6.
+24vii.MAUD DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1095/6; d. after 1189; m. (ZT-1) WILLIAM DE LOVEL, (LORD), d. in 1166.
25viii.WEVIA DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1095/6.
+26ix.ELIZABETH DE BEAUMONT of Leicester, b. about 1086; d. about 1147; m. before 1130 in Tunbridge, Kent, England (Q-61) GILBERT DE CLARE, 1ST EARL OF PEMBROKE, b. in Tunbridge on 21 Sept. 1100, d. in England on 6 Jan. 1147/8, son of (Q-38) Gilbert, Earl of Hertford and (KQ-3) Adelaide (de CLERMONT).
15. HENRY5 DE NEWBURGH, 1ST EARL OF WARWICK (Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (13) Count Roger4 and (ACE-2) Countess Adeliza (de MEULENT), was born about 1045 in Neubourg, Normandy, France, died on 20 June 1123 in Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France and was buried in Preaux Abbey, Normandy, France. He married about 1090, (ADK-3) MARGARET DE PERCHE of Normandy, France, daughter of (ADK-2) Count Geoffrey II and (AIA-2) Beatrix (de MONTDIDIER), who was born between 1057 and 1077, and died after 1156. [78, 55, 34, 107, 122, 4]
cr. 1st Earl of Warwick, ca. 1090
Children:
+27i.ROGER6 DE NEWBURGH, 2ND EARL OF WARWICK of Maxtoke, Warwickshire, England, b. about 1090; d. on 12 June 1151 in Warwickshire; m. before 1130 (ART-7) GUNDRED DE WARENNE of Warwick, Warwickshire, b. between 1107 and 1127, d. in Warwickshire after 1167, daughter of (ART-3) William II, 2nd Earl of Surrey and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS) (DE BEAUMONT).
28ii.HENRY DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090/1.
29iii.GEOFFREY DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090/1.
+30iv.ROBERT DE NEUFBOURG of Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France, b. about 1100[106]; d. on 30 Aug. 1159[83]; m. (AOJ-5) GODEHAUT DE TOENI, b. about 1106[6], daughter of (AOJ-2) Ralph and (AEQ-4) Alice (of NORTHUMBERLAND) DE TONI.
31v.ROTRODE DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090; d. on 27 Nov. 1183.
32vi.RICHARD DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090/1.
33vii.MARGERY DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090/1.
34viii.AGNES DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1090/1.


Generation Six

18. COUNT WALERAN6 DE BEAUMONT (Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Meulan, son of (14) Robert5, 1st Earl of Leicester and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS), was born in 1104, and died on 10 April 1166. He married about 1141, (ADB-2) AGNES D'EVREUX, daughter of (ADB-1) Amauri, Comte d'Evreux and Agnes (_____), who died on 15 Dec. 1181[51] in Preaux, Normandy, France[51]. [10, 22, 51]
Count de Meulan, Earl of Worcester
Children:
+35i.SIR ROBERT7 DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1140; d. in 1207; m. in 1165 (Q-70) MAUD FITZ-ROY, daughter of (Q-46) Reginald, Earl of Cornwall and Mabel (_____).
+36ii.ISABEL DE MEULAN, b. about 1140/1; m. (MI-1) MAURICE III DE CRAON, d. in 1215[37].
19. ROBERT II6 DE BEAUMONT, 2ND EARL OF LEICESTER (Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (14) Robert5, 1st Earl of Leicester and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS), was born in 1104 in Leicester, died on 5 April 1168[8] in England[8] and was buried in Leicester Abbey, Leicester. He married after Nov. 1120[8], (UN-4) AMICE DE GAEL of Saxlingham, daughter of (UN-3) Ralph II and Avise (_____) DE GAEL, who was born about 1108. [13, 32, 93, 21, 27, 57, 48, 8]
2nd Earl of Leicester; knighted 1122; Justiciar of England, 1155-1168.
Wife acc. to Browning, "Americans of Royal Descent" is Lady Aurelia,
dau. of Ralph de Waer, Earl of Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridge, 1066
Children:
+37i.ROBERT III7 DE BEAUMONT, 3RD EARL OF LEICESTER of Leicester, b. about 1130; d. on 31 Aug. 1190 in Duras, Greece; m. between 1145 and 1150 (SP-4) PETRONILLA DE GRANTMESNIL of Leicestershire, b. about 1134, d. in Leicester on 1 April 1212, daughter of (SP-3) Hugh II, Baron of Hinckley and Mrs-Hugh (de GRENTMESNIL).
+38ii.HAWISE DE BEAUMONT of Leicester, b. about 1134; d. on 24 April 1197; m. about 1150 (Q-71) WILLIAM FITZ ROBERT, 2ND EARL OF GLOUCESTER of Kempsford, Gloucestershire, England, b. about 1110, d. on 23 Nov. 1183, son of (Q-47) Robert the Consul and (QB-2) Mabel (FITZ HAMON).
+39iii.ISABEL DE BEAUMONT of Leicester, b. about 1132; m. (AF-4) SIMON II DE ST. LIZ of Northamptonshire, England, b. about 1090, d. in Aug. 1153, son of (AF-2) Simon, Earl of Huntingdon and (AEQ-3) Countess Maud (of HUNTINGDON).
+40iv.MARGARET DE BEAUMONT of Leicester, b. about 1148; m. after 1155 (AOJ-6) RALPH V DE TOENI of Flamstead, Hertfordshire, England, b. about 1130[8], d. in 1162[8], son of (AOJ-3) Roger III and (V-24) Ida (of HAINAUT) DE TOENI.
24. MAUD6 DE BEAUMONT (Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), daughter of (14) Robert5, 1st Earl of Leicester and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS), was born between 1088/9 and 1100, and died between 1189 and 1210. She married (ZT-1) WILLIAM DE LOVEL, (LORD), who died in 1166. [9, 90]
(Matilda or Alberade) or Auber‚e
Child: See (ZT-1) William de LOVEL, (Lord)
26. ELIZABETH6 DE BEAUMONT (Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Leicester, daughter of (14) Robert5, 1st Earl of Leicester and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS), was born about 1086, and died between 1137 and 1157. She married in Tunbridge, before 1130, (Q-61) GILBERT DE CLARE, 1ST EARL OF PEMBROKE, son of (Q-38) Gilbert, Earl of Hertford and (KQ-3) Adelaide (de CLERMONT), who was born on 21 Sept. 1100 in Tunbridge, and died on 6 Jan. 1147/8 in England. [17, 92, 30, 54, 40, 33, 136]
Children: See (Q-61) Gilbert de CLARE, 1st Earl of Pembroke
27. ROGER6 DE NEWBURGH, 2ND EARL OF WARWICK (Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Maxtoke, son of (15) Henry5, 1st Earl of Warwick and (ADK-3) Margaret (de PERCHE), was born about 1090, and died on 12 June 1151 in Warwickshire. He married before 1130, (ART-7) GUNDRED DE WARENNE of Warwick, daughter of (ART-3) William II, 2nd Earl of Surrey and (U-26) Countess Isabel Elizabeth (de VERMANDOIS) (DE BEAUMONT), who was born between 1107 and 1127, died after 1167 in Warwickshire, and was buried in Kelso, Roxburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom. [18, 93, 34, 50, 41, 122]
2nd Earl of Warwick, crusader.
Children:
41i.WILLIAM7 DE NEWBURGH, (EARL) of Maxtoke, b. about 1130; d. on 15 Nov. 1184.
+42ii.WALERAN DE NEWBURGH, 4TH EARL OF WARWICK of Maxtoke, b. before 1153; d. in 1204[122]; m. about 1196 in Warwick (TX-4) ALICE DE HARCOURT of Solihull, Warwickshire, b. about 1181, daughter of (TX-3) Robert and (IY-4) Isabel (de CAMVILLE) DE HARCOURT.
43iii.HENRY DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1140/1.
44iv.AGNES DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1140/1.
30. ROBERT6 DE NEUFBOURG (Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Ponteaudemer, Normandy, France, son of (15) Henry5, 1st Earl of Warwick and (ADK-3) Margaret (de PERCHE), was born about 1100[106], died on 30 Aug. 1159[83] and was buried in Bec Abbey, Normandy, France. He married (AOJ-5) GODEHAUT DE TOENI, daughter of (AOJ-2) Ralph and (AEQ-4) Alice (of NORTHUMBERLAND) DE TONI, who was born about 1106[6]. [82, 107, 3, 106, 83]
Sir Anthony Wagner in his English Genealogy (2nd ed., p. 66) states that "If Robert de Neufbourg, who held Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset, about 1130 could have been identified, as Hutchins thought he could, with his namesake the son of Henry Earl of Warwick, a family of Newbery, Newberry or Newbury, widespread today on the Devon and Dorset border, perhaps with a branch in New England, might possibly be derived from Thorold, lord of Pont-Audemer, a follower of Duke Richard I of Normandy (d. 996). This identification has, however, been disproved. From Robert of Winfrith to the seventeenth century the line appears clear and Dorset wills and modern directories show the name continuing in the same places. The derivation from this line of Thomas Newberry (1594-1635) the 1634 settler at Dorchester, Massachusetts, which has been suggested seems incorrect, yet he may descend from it somehow."

Wagner lists as sources:
William Farrer, "Honors and Knights' Fees", vol. i, p. 39;
J. H. Round, "The King's Serjeants", p. 123;
I. J. Sanders, "English Baronies", 1960, pp. 72-73;
"Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals", ed. L. C. Loyd and D. M. Stenton, 1950, pp. 240-1;
Hutchins, "History of Dorset", 3rd ed., 1868, vol. i, pp. 366-8, 429, 436-7, 708-12;
"Complete Peerage", vii. 520-1, xxi. ii, 357 and app. A;
J. Gardner Bartlett, "Newberry Genealogy The Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Newberry of Dorchester, Mass., 1934", Boston, 1914.[118]
Children:
45i.HENRY7 DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1130.
46ii.ROBERT DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1130/1.
+47iii.ROGER DE NEUFBOURG, LORD OF POORSTOCK of Winfrith, Dorset, England, b. about 1135[106]; d. in 1194[119]; m. before 1172[119] (RY-3) MATILDA DE GLASTONIA, daughter of (RY-2) Robert, Lord of Poorstock and (AGJ-3) Alice de Percy (_____).
48iv.RAOUL DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1130/1.
49v.RICHARD DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1130/1.


Generation Seven

35. SIR ROBERT7 DE BEAUMONT (Waleran6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (18) Count Waleran6 and (ADB-2) Agnes (D'EVREUX), was born between 1117/8 and 1151, and died in 1207. He married in 1165, (Q-70) MAUD FITZ-ROY, daughter of (Q-46) Reginald, Earl of Cornwall and Mabel (_____). [11, 22, 51, 87]
Count de Meulan
Child:
+50i.MAUD8 DE BEAUMONT, b. before 1204; d. after 1203; m. (AIK-2) WILLIAM DE VERNON, 5TH EARL OF DEVON of Okehampton, Devonshire, England, b. in 1155, d. in Sept. 1217, son of (AIK-1) Baldwin and Adelise (_____) DE REVIERS.
36. ISABEL7 DE MEULAN (Waleran de BEAUMONT6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), daughter of (18) Count Waleran6 and (ADB-2) Agnes (D'EVREUX), was born between 1117/8 and 1164, and died between 1131/2 and 1274. She married (MI-1) MAURICE III DE CRAON, who died in 1215[37].
Child: See (MI-1) Maurice III de CRAON
37. ROBERT III7 DE BEAUMONT, 3RD EARL OF LEICESTER (Robert II6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Leicester, son of (19) Robert II6, 2nd Earl of Leicester and (UN-4) Amice (de GAEL), was born about 1130, and died on 31 Aug. 1190 in Duras, Greece. He married between 1145 and 1150, (SP-4) PETRONILLA DE GRANTMESNIL of Leicestershire, daughter of (SP-3) Hugh II, Baron of Hinckley and Mrs-Hugh (de GRENTMESNIL), who was born about 1134, died on 1 April 1212 in Leicester, and was buried in Leicester Abbey. [14, 28, 58, 47, 21, 31]
3rd Earl of Leicester, Crusader 1179
Steward of England
Children:
51i.ROBERT8 DE BEAUMONT, (EARL) of Leicester, England, b. about 1160/1; d. on 6 Jan. 1203/4.
52ii.AMICIA DE BEAUMONT, b. about 1160/1.
+53iii.LADY MARGARET DE BEAUMONT of Hampshire, England, b. about 1154; d. on 12 Jan. 1234/5; m. before 1173[62] in England[62] (AHX-3) SAHER IV DE QUINCY, 1ST EARL OF WINCHESTER, b. about 1150[62], d. in Damietta, Dumyat, Egypt[60, 62] on 3 Nov. 1219[60, 62], son of (AHX-2) Robert I and (QK-2) Orabel (LEUCHARS) DE QUINCY.
38. HAWISE7 DE BEAUMONT (Robert II6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Leicester, Leicestershire, daughter of (19) Robert II6, 2nd Earl of Leicester and (UN-4) Amice (de GAEL), was born about 1134, and died on 24 April 1197. She married about 1150, (Q-71) WILLIAM FITZ ROBERT, 2ND EARL OF GLOUCESTER of Kempsford, son of (Q-47) Robert the Consul and (QB-2) Mabel (FITZ HAMON), who was born about 1110, died on 23 Nov. 1183, and was buried in Spms, Keynsham, Somerset, England. [16, 88, 26, 56, 49]
Child: See (Q-71) William FITZ ROBERT, 2nd Earl of Gloucester
39. ISABEL7 DE BEAUMONT (Robert II6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Leicester, Leicestershire, daughter of (19) Robert II6, 2nd Earl of Leicester and (UN-4) Amice (de GAEL), was born about 1132, and died between 1130 and 1226. She married (AF-4) SIMON II DE ST. LIZ of Northamptonshire, son of (AF-2) Simon, Earl of Huntingdon and (AEQ-3) Countess Maud (of HUNTINGDON), who was born about 1090, and died in Aug. 1153. [93, 34, 136]
Child: See (AF-4) Simon II de ST. LIZ
40. MARGARET7 DE BEAUMONT (Robert II6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Leicester, Leicestershire, daughter of (19) Robert II6, 2nd Earl of Leicester and (UN-4) Amice (de GAEL), was born between 1117/8 and 1148, and died between 1155 and 1258. She married after 1155, (AOJ-6) RALPH V DE TOENI of Flamstead, son of (AOJ-3) Roger III and (V-24) Ida (of HAINAUT) DE TOENI, who was born about 1130[8], and died in 1162[8].
Child: See (AOJ-6) Ralph V de TOENI
42. WALERAN7 DE NEWBURGH, 4TH EARL OF WARWICK (Roger6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Maxtoke, son of (27) Roger6, 2nd Earl of Warwick and (ART-7) Gundred de (WARENNE), was born before 1153, and died between 12 Dec. 1204 and 31 Dec. 1204[122]. He married in Warwick, about 1196, (TX-4) ALICE DE HARCOURT of Solihull, daughter of (TX-3) Robert and (IY-4) Isabel (de CAMVILLE) DE HARCOURT, who was born about 1181. [19, 93, 25, 50, 41, 34, 122, 136]
Children:
54i.HENRY8 DE NEWBURGH, (EARL) of Maxtoke, b. about 1190/1; d. on 10 Oct. 1229.
+55ii.ALICE DE NEWBURGH, b. in 1196 in Warwick; d. between 1246 and 1263[8]; m. about Sept. 1212 (ABL-6) BARON WILLIAM MAUDUIT of Hanslope, Buckinghamshire, England, b. about 1196[61], d. in April 1257, son of (ABL-5) Robert and (DV-2) Isabel (BASSET) MAUDUIT.
47. ROGER7 DE NEUFBOURG, LORD OF POORSTOCK (Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Winfrith, son of (30) Robert6 and (AOJ-5) Godehaut (de TOENI) DE NEUFBOURG, was born about 1135[106], died in 1194[119] and was buried in Bindon Abbey, Dorset[106]. He married before 1172[119], (RY-3) MATILDA DE GLASTONIA, daughter of (RY-2) Robert, Lord of Poorstock and (AGJ-3) Alice de Percy (_____). [83, 109, 2, 106, 119]
Bartlett took the next ten generations of the Newburgh family at Winfrith, Dorset from Hutchin's, "History of Dorset".[106]
"In 1166 Roger de Neufbourg held two fees of Chokes; this family had held Winfrith Newburgh, Dors., by chamberlain serjeanty since the days of Henry I, and must not be confused with the Norman house of that name which was a younger branch of the family of the earls of Warwick."

He gave the mill of Wollaston to Peter son of Adam of Northampton, but the precise nature of the interest of the Neufbourgs in Wollaston is not clear.[123]
Roger and his wife Maud [Matilda] refounded in 1172 the abbey of Bindon, Dorset, which had originally been established by William de Glastonia.[119]
"WOOL, a parish in the liberty of BINDON, Blandford (South) division of the county of DORSET, 6 miles (W. by S.) from Wareham, containing 453 inhabitants. The living is a perpetual curacy, annexed to the vicarage of Coombe-Keynes, in the archdeaconry of Dorset, and diocese of Bristol. The church, dedicated to the Holy Rood, stands on the south side of the river Frome. Near it are the remains of Bindon abbey, founded, in 1172, by Robert de Newburgh and Matilda his wife, in honour of the Virgin Mary, for monks of the Cistercian order, whose revenue at the dissolution was (pounds) 229.2.1. A fair for cattle is held on May 3rd."[125]
Child:
+56i.ROBERT8 DE NEUFBOURG of Winfrith, b. about 1175[106]; d. about 1230.


Generation Eight

50. MAUD8 DE BEAUMONT (Robert7, Waleran6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), daughter of (35) Sir Robert7 and (Q-70) Maud (FITZ-ROY), was born before 1204, and died between 1204 and 1313. She married (AIK-2) WILLIAM DE VERNON, 5TH EARL OF DEVON of Okehampton, son of (AIK-1) Baldwin and Adelise (_____) DE REVIERS, who was born in 1155, and died in Sept. 1217. [12, 22, 51, 87]
living 1 May 1204
Child: See (AIK-2) William de VERNON, 5th Earl of Devon
53. LADY MARGARET8 DE BEAUMONT (Robert III7, Robert II6, Robert5, Roger4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Hampshire, daughter of (37) Robert III7, 3rd Earl of Leicester and (SP-4) Petronilla (de GRANTMESNIL), was born about 1154, was christened in 1235, and died on 12 Jan. 1234/5. She married in England[62], before 1173[62], (AHX-3) SAHER IV DE QUINCY, 1ST EARL OF WINCHESTER, son of (AHX-2) Robert I and (QK-2) Orabel (LEUCHARS) DE QUINCY, who was born about 1150[62], died on 3 Nov. 1219[60, 62] in Damietta[60, 62], and was buried in Acre, Israel[62]. [15, 29, 59, 47, 21, 31]
Children: See (AHX-3) Saher IV de QUINCY, 1st Earl of Winchester
55. ALICE8 DE NEWBURGH (Waleran7, Roger6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), daughter of (42) Waleran7, 4th Earl of Warwick and (TX-4) Alice (de HARCOURT), was born in 1196 in Warwick, and died between 1246 and 1263[8]. She married about Sept. 1212, (ABL-6) BARON WILLIAM MAUDUIT of Hanslope, son of (ABL-5) Robert and (DV-2) Isabel (BASSET) MAUDUIT, who was born about 1196[61], and died in April 1257. [20, 93, 25, 50, 41, 34, 136, 8]
Child: See (ABL-6) Baron William MAUDUIT
56. ROBERT8 DE NEUFBOURG (Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Winfrith, son of (47) Roger7, Lord of Poorstock and (RY-3) Matilda (de GLASTONIA), was born about 1175[106], died between 1220 and 1240 and was buried about 1230[106] in Bindon Abbey[106]. [84, 109, 2, 106]
Was under age at the time of his father's death about 1192, but on coming of age succeeded to the latter's estates in Dorsetshire and also inherited lands from his mother, as in 1199 he paid scutage of 30 marks on his fees formerly of Roger Arundel.[85]
In 1205 Robert was granted lands in Fordington, Dorset, to be caput of his barony in place of Poorstock. In 1207 Hurcot, Somerset, seems to have taken the place of Fordington.[119]
In 1208 William de Béthune sued Robert de Neufbourg for the manor [in Wollaston] on the ground that he held it under a mortgage which he, William, was willing to repay, and the plaintiff seems to have recovered possession.

Early in the 13th century, the hospital of the Holy Trinity-without Northampton in the parish of Kingsthorpe took the precaution of obtaining a confirmation from Robert de Neufbourg, son of Roger de Neufbourg that they owned the mill at Wollaston.[124]
On 24 Mar. 1210, King John confirmed to Robert de Newburgh the grant made to his grandfather Robert de Newburgh by King Henry I of the manor of Winfrith with lands in Lullworth, etc., in Dorsetshire, said manor being held in capite [of the Crown] by the service of holding the basin of water and towel for the washing of the King's hands on Christmas day. At a later period the time of this service was changed to the coronation day of each sovereign. This manor and service continued in the Newburgh family for twelve generations, during a period of nearly four centuries, through the coronation of King Henry VIII in 1509; in 1515, on the death of Sir Roger Newburgh, Knt., the manor passed through an heiress out of the Newburgh name; but at later coronations this right of service was claimed by the lords of the manor to whom it had descended from the Newburghs.[85]
In 1217, Robert, son of Roger de Newburgh, granted by charter the manor of Woolaveston to Bindon Abbey where he was interred about 1230.[85]
Child:
+57i.ROBERT9 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK of Winfrith, b. about 1200[106]; d. in 1246[106]; m. about 1223[85] LUCY _____, d. after 1270.


Generation Nine

57. ROBERT9 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK (Robert8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Winfrith, son of (56) Robert8 DE NEUFBOURG, was born about 1200[106], and died in 1246[106]. He married about 1223[85], LUCY _____, who died after 1270. [85, 109, 119, 1, 106]
"English Baronies" only shows one Robert, "successor" (to the barony) of Roger de Newburgh, saying Robert was a minor until 1199, d. 1246. Similarly, Bartlett notes that the Newburgh pedigree in Hutchins' "History of Dorset" erroneously confuses this Robert Newburgh into one person with his father Robert Newburgh.[119, 85]
In 1234 paid a tax of 2 marks towards a grant to King Henry III on occasion of the marriage of the latter's sister Isabel. In 1242 he paid a fine of 30 marks to be released from going to Gascony in the service of King Henry III; and in 1246 he paid scutage of 15 pounds for fifteen knight's fees formerly of Roger Arundel, on a grand to the same Sovereign upon the marriage of the latter's daughter.[85]
Child:
+58i.HENRY10 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK, b. about 1223[85] in Winfrith[85]; d. in 1271[121]; m. about 1250[86] MATILDA _____.


Generation Ten

58. HENRY10 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK (Robert9, Robert8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (57) Robert9, Lord of Poorstock and Lucy (_____), was born about 1223[85] in Winfrith[85], and died in 1271[121]. He married about 1250[86], MATILDA _____. [86, 109, 120, 85, 121]
Bartlett states that in 1276 he was summoned by King Edward I to serve in the war against Llewellyn, Prince of North Wales. (Note that this date conflicts with the death date of 1271 given by Sanders.)[86, 121]
Children:
+59i.JOHN11 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK of Poorstock, Dorset, b. about 1250[106]; d. about 25 June 1309; m. in 1280 MARGERY _____.
60ii.ROGER DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1250/1.
61iii.THOMAS DE NEWBURGH, b. before 1297; d. after 1297.


Generation Eleven

59. JOHN11 DE NEWBURGH, LORD OF POORSTOCK (Henry10, Robert9, Robert8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Poorstock, son of (58) Henry10, Lord of Poorstock and Matilda (_____), was born about 1250[106], died between 25 April 1309 and 25 Aug. 1309 and was buried in Bindon Abbey[106]. He married in 1280, MARGERY _____. [86, 109, 121, 106]
Children:
+62i.SIR ROBERT12 DE NEWBURGH of Poorstock, b. about 1280[106]; d. in 1338[106]; m. about 1315 MARGARET _____.
63ii.JOHN DE NEWBURGH, b. about 1280/1.


Generation Twelve

62. SIR ROBERT12 DE NEWBURGH (John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Poorstock, son of (59) John11, Lord of Poorstock and Margery (_____), was born about 1280[106], and died in 1338[106]. He married about 1315, MARGARET _____. [86, 109, 121, 106]
Child:
+64i.THOMAS13 NEWBURGH, b. about 1315[106]; d. about 1365[106]; m. about 1337 HAWISA _____, d. in Nov. 1381.


Generation Thirteen

64. THOMAS13 NEWBURGH (Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (62) Sir Robert12 and Margaret (_____), was born about 1315[106], died between 1355 and 1375[106] and was buried in Bindon Abbey. He married about 1337, HAWISA _____, who died in Nov. 1381. [63, 109, 106]
Child:
+65i.JOHN14 DE NEWBURGH, (ESQ.) of Lulworth, Dorset, b. about 1340[95]; bur. on 4 June 1381[95, 106] in Bindon Abbey[95, 106]; m. about 1370[95, 106] (AHH-8) MARGARET POYNTZ, daughter of (AHH-7) Sir Nicholas and (PL-2) Eleanor (ERLEIGH).


Generation Fourteen

65. JOHN14 DE NEWBURGH, (ESQ.) (Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1) of Lulworth, son of (64) Thomas13 and Hawisa (_____) NEWBURGH, was born about 1340[95], and was buried on 4 June 1381[95, 106] in Bindon Abbey[95, 106]. He married about 1370[95, 106], (AHH-8) MARGARET POYNTZ, daughter of (AHH-7) Sir Nicholas and (PL-2) Eleanor (ERLEIGH). [96, 42, 63, 109, 95, 106]
Child:
+66i.JOHN15 NEWBURGH, ESQ., b. about 1370[95]; d. about Feb. 1438/9[95]; m. before 1400[95, 106] (ABZ-2) JOAN DE LA MERE, daughter of (ABZ-1) Sir John.


Generation Fifteen

66. JOHN15 NEWBURGH, ESQ. (John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (65) John14, (Esq.) and (AHH-8) Margaret (POYNTZ), was born about 1370[95], died between Dec. 1438 and April 1439[95] and was buried in Bindon Abbey. He married before 1400[95, 106], (ABZ-2) JOAN DE LA MERE, daughter of (ABZ-1) Sir John. [97, 42, 64, 109, 95]
Children:
+67i.JOHN16 NEWBURGH, ESQ., b. about 1400[95]; d. on 1 April 1484[95] in Dorset[95]; m. about 1435 (JD-2) ALICE CARENT, daughter of (JD-1) William CARENT.
68ii.EDITH NEWBURGH, b. about 1410/1.
69iii.ALICE NEWBURGH, b. about 1410/1.
70iv.a daughter NEWBURGH, b. about 1410/1.


Generation Sixteen

67. JOHN16 NEWBURGH, ESQ. (John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (66) John15, Esq. and (ABZ-2) Joan (de la MERE), was born about 1400[95], died on 1 April 1484[95] in Dorset[95] and was buried in Bindon Abbey[106]. He married about 1435, (JD-2) ALICE CARENT, daughter of (JD-1) William CARENT. [98, 42, 65, 109, 95, 106, 135]
Children:
71i.WILLIAM17 NEWBURGH, b. about 1435; d. on 4 May 1471 in Tewksbury, England.
Died while serving under the Lancashire banner in the "Wars of the Roses" when
he was taken prisoner by the victorious Yorkists at the Battle of Tewksbury &
was beheaded & buried on the field.
72ii.JOHN NEWBURGH, b. about 1440; d. about March 1496.
+73iii.THOMAS NEWBURGH, (ESQ.), b. about 1445[95]; d. on 15 March 1512/3[106] in Berkley, Somerset[106]; m. about 1484[42, 106] ALICE _____, d. in 1525[106].
74iv.JOAN NEWBURGH, b. about 1440/1.
75v.ANASTASIA NEWBURGH, b. about 1440/1.
76vi.ISABEL NEWBURGH, b. about 1440/1.
77vii.MARGARET NEWBURGH, b. about 1440/1.


Generation Seventeen

73. THOMAS17 NEWBURGH, (ESQ.) (John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (67) John16, Esq. and (JD-2) Alice (CARENT), was born about 1445[95], died on 15 March 1512/3[106] in Berkley[106] and was buried in Berkley[106]. He married about 1484[42, 106], ALICE _____, who died in 1525[106]. [99, 42, 66, 109, 95, 106, 134]
Received manor of Berkley from his mother.[42]
Children:
78i.JOHN18 NEWBOROUGH, b. about 1485; d. in 1515.
+79ii.WALTER NEWBURGH, b. about 1487[95, 106]; d. on 12 Aug. 1517[95, 106]; m. about 1512[42, 95] ELIZABETH BIRPORT, d. in 1570[95].
80iii.CHRISTOPHER NEWBURGH, b. about 1480/1.
81iv.THOMAS NEWBURGH, b. about 1480/1.
82v.RACHEL NEWBURGH, b. about 1480/1.
83vi.JANE NEWBURGH, b. about 1480/1.


Generation Eighteen

79. WALTER18 NEWBURGH (Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (73) Thomas17, (Esq.) and Alice (_____), was born about 1487[95, 106], and died on 12 Aug. 1517[95, 106]. He married about 1512[42, 95], ELIZABETH BIRPORT, who died in 1570[95]. [100, 42, 68, 109, 95, 106, 134]
or Newborough
Children:
84i.SUSAN19 NEWBURGH, b. about 1512.
85ii.ANNE NEWBURGH, b. about 1500/1.
86iii.DOROTHY NEWBURGH, b. about 1500/1.
+87iv.RICHARD NEWBURGH, b. about July 1517[95]; d. before 30 Jan. 1568[95] in Othe Frauncis, Dorset[95]; m. about 1552 in Dorset (VH-3) ELIZABETH HORSEY, daughter of (VH-2) William and (AAA-12) Dorothy (LUDLOWE) HORSEY.


Generation Nineteen

87. RICHARD19 NEWBURGH (Walter18, Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (79) Walter18 and Elizabeth (BIRPORT) NEWBURGH, was born about July 1517[95], died between 1 Jan. and 30 Jan. 1568[95] in Othe Frauncis[95] and was buried in Netherbury, Dorset[106]. He married in Dorset, about 1552, (VH-3) ELIZABETH HORSEY, daughter of (VH-2) William and (AAA-12) Dorothy (LUDLOWE) HORSEY. [101, 42, 69, 109, 95, 106, 134]
Held manors in Dorset.[42]
Children:
88i.ELIZABETH20 NEWBURGH, b. about 1553[106].
89ii.WALTER NEWBURGH, b. about 1555[106]; d. between Feb. 1598 and 1599[106].
+90iii.RICHARD NEWBURGH, b. in 1557 in Dorset; d. about 1629 in Yarcombe, Devonshire; m. on 15 Jan. 1580/1[116] in Yarcombe[116] (ABK-3) GRACE MATTHEW, chr. in Yarcombe on 21 Nov. 1558, daughter of (ABK-2) John MATHEW.
91iv.KATHERINE NEWBURGH, b. about 1559[106].
92v.WILLIAM NEWBURGH, b. about 1561[106]; bur. on 23 Oct. 1632[106] in Frampton, Dorset[106].


Generation Twenty

90. RICHARD20 NEWBURGH (Richard19, Walter18, Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (87) Richard19 and (VH-3) Elizabeth (HORSEY) NEWBURGH, was born in 1557 in Dorset, and died between 1619 and 1639 in Yarcombe. He married in Yarcombe[116], on 15 Jan. 1580/1[116], (ABK-3) GRACE MATTHEW, daughter of (ABK-2) John MATHEW, who was christened on 21 Nov. 1558 in Yarcombe, was buried on 18 Dec. 1632[106] in Yarcombe[106]. [102, 42, 70, 110, 134]
Sir Anthony Wagner in his English Genealogy (2nd ed., p. 66) states that "If Robert de Neufbourg, who held Winfrith Newburgh, Dorset, about 1130 could have been identified, as Hutchins thought he could, with his namesake the son of Henry Earl of Warwick, a family of Newbery, Newberry or Newbury, widespread today on the Devon and Dorset border, perhaps with a branch in New England, might possibly be derived from Thorold, lord of Pont-Audemer, a follower of Duke Richard I of Normandy (d. 996). This identification has, however, been disproved. From Robert of Winfrith to the seventeenth century the line appears clear and Dorset wills and modern directories show the name continuing in the same places. The derivation from this line of Thomas Newberry (1594-1635) the 1634 settler at Dorchester, Massachusetts, which has been suggested seems incorrect, yet he may descend from it somehow."

(From the above, we might assume that Wagner's doubt is in this generation, that he doubts that the Devonshire family descends from the Dorset family in the way Bartlett claimed. Another possible reading is that "this line" refers to the Earls of Warwick rather than the family of Winfrith.)

Wagner lists as sources:
William Farrer, "Honors and Knights' Fees", vol. i, p. 39;
J. H. Round, "The King's Serjeants", p. 123;
I. J. Sanders, "English Baronies", 1960, pp. 72-73;
"Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals", ed. L. C. Loyd and D. M. Stenton, 1950, pp. 240-1;
Hutchins, "History of Dorset", 3rd ed., 1868, vol. i, pp. 366-8, 429, 436-7, 708-12;
"Complete Peerage", vii. 520-1, xxi. ii, 357 and app. A;
J. Gardner Bartlett, "Newberry Genealogy The Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Newberry of Dorchester, Mass., 1934", Boston, 1914.

Bartlett shows the line as valid. "Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals" warns not to confuse the Earls of Warwick with the Winfrith family, but does not contain any information about this generation. "English Baronies" similarly contains no information about this generation. Hence none of these provide any reason to doubt the descent of the immigrant from the Winfrith family. The other sources (Farrer, Round, Hutchins, and CP) have yet to be checked.
Children:
93i.JOHN21 NEWBURGH, bp. on 2 March 1581/2[106] in Yarcombe[106].
94ii.WILLIAM NEWBURGH, bp. on 18 April 1584[106] in Yarcombe[106].
95iii.ALICE NEWBURGH, bp. on 31 Dec. 1586[106] in Yarcombe[106].
96iv.FIDES NEWBERRY, bp. on 1 Oct. 1589[106] in Yarcombe[106].
97v.ROBERT NEWBERRY, bp. on 1 April 1592[106]; bur. on 28 April 1596.
+98vi.THOMAS NEWBERRY, b. on 10 Nov. 1594[8] in Yarcombe[8]; d. in Dec. 1635[103] in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States[103]; m. (1) about 1619[103] (MX-15) JOAN DABINOT, b. about 1600[104, 67], d. in England[104, 75, 106] about 1629[104, 75, 106], daughter of (MX-7) Christopher DABINOT; m. (2) about 1630[74] (MX-11) JANE DABINOT, chr. in Chardstock, Dorsetshire, England[113] on 12 June 1611[113], d. in Norwalk, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, United States[74, 111] on 3 April 1655[104], daughter of (MX-4) John and Johane (_____) DABINOT.
99vii.DOROTHY NEWBERRY, bp. on 16 Sept. 1597[106] in Yarcombe[106]; bur. on 6 Aug. 1600[106].
100viii.ROBERT NEWBERRY, bp. on 23 April 1600[106] in Yarcombe[106]; d. on 22 Aug. 1687.
101ix.HENRY NEWBURGH, bp. on 8 July 1603[106] in Yarcombe[106].


Generation Twenty-one

98. THOMAS21 NEWBERRY (Richard NEWBURGH20, Richard19, Walter18, Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (90) Richard20 and (ABK-3) Grace (MATTHEW) NEWBURGH, was born on 10 Nov. 1594[8] in Yarcombe[8], was christened on 11 Nov. 1594[103] in Yarcombe[103], and died in Dec. 1635[103] in Dorchester[103]. He married (1st) about 1619[103], (MX-15) JOAN DABINOT, daughter of (MX-7) Christopher DABINOT, who was born about 1600[104, 67], and died about 1629[104, 75, 106] in England[104, 75, 106]. He married (2nd) about 1630[74], (MX-11) JANE DABINOT, daughter of (MX-4) John and Johane (_____) DABINOT, who was christened on 12 June 1611[113] in Chardstock[113], and died on 3 April 1655[104] in Norwalk[74, 111]. [103, 133, 45, 71, 105, 108, 8, 129, 130, 112, 132, 106]
"One of the Earliest settlers of Dorchester, Mass., and one of the largest
landed proprietors; he died in 1636 on the eve of his departure with his family
for Connecticut..."[131]
The 8th edition of Ancestal Roots revises Thomas Newberry's information as follows:

40. Thomas Newberry, 4th son (6th ch.), bapt. Yarcombe, co. Devon, 11 Nov.
1594, to America on the ‘Recovery of London’ Apr. 1634, d. Dorchester, Mass. Dec. 1635;
m. (1) abt. 1619, Jane Dabinot, b. abt. 1600, d. Eng., abt. 1629, dau. of Christopher
Dabinot of Yarcombe, co. Devon and Chardstock, co. Dorset; m. (2) Joan Dabinot, d.
Norwalk, Conn., 3 Apr. 1655 (believed to have been a cousin of his 1st wife), dau. of John
Dabinot. Joan m. (2) 1637, as his 2nd wife, Rev. John Warham of Norwalk, Conn.
(Bartlett, cit., 35-44; Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John 1630, v. 17: 106-107, 109-110,
v. 26: 5)

In contrast the previous edition from 1992 (7th edition) reads:

40. Thomas Newberry, 4th son (6th ch.), b. Yarcombe, 10 Nov. 1594, to
America Apr. 1634, to Dorchester, Mass., where d. Dec. 1635; m. (1) ca. 1619, Joan,
b. ca. 1600, dau. of Christopher Dabinott of Yarcombe, d. Eng. ca. 1629; m. (2) ca.
a Jane, who may have been Jane Dabinott, cousin of his (1) wife. She m. (2) 1637,
as (2) wife, Rev. John Warham of Norwalk, Conn., where she d. 3 Apr. 1655.
(Bartlett, cit., 35-44).[95]
Thomas Newberry was named as an overseer in the will of Johis (John) Dabinott (available online for a fee at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk):

PROB 11/145 Will of John Dabinott, Husbandman of Chardstock, Dorset 369 / 315
Johis Dabinott

In the name of God Amen the first day of November
in the year of our Lord God one thousand six hundred twenty and fower I John Dabinott of Chardstocke
in the County of Dorsett husbandman sicke of body, but of good and perfect memory ( god bee praised )
Doe make & ordayne this my last will & testament in manner & forme following That is to saye
Item I commend my soule into the hands of God my maker hopeing assuredly through the onely meritts of
Jesus Christ my Saviour to bee made p'taker of life everlastinge And my bodie to bee buried in the parish
church of Chardstocke aforesaid Item I give to the p'ish church of Chardstocke aforesaid three shillings
& fower pence Item to the poore there ten shillings Item I give to the p'ish church of Yarcombe in the
county of Devon three shillings & fower pence and unto the poore there five shillings and eight pence to
bee distributed by the advise of my overseers. Item to my sonne Thomas Dabynott I give & bequeath forty
shillings currant english money Item to my sonne John Dabynott I give and bequeath one hundred and
fifty pounds currant english money to be imployed for his benefitt by my overseers untill he accomplish
the age of one and twentie years Item to my daughter Johane I give and bequeath two hundred pounds
currant english money to bee delivered her within one moneth of her marriage, marryinge by the
advise of her mother & overseers or the most pte of them whereof the one to bee her mother Item to
my daughter Jane I give and bequeath one hundred and fifty pounds currant english money to bee
paid her within one moneth of her marryage by the advise of her mother and overseers or
the most pte of them whereof the one to bee her mother in the meanetyme to bee imployed for her
benefitt by my overseers and if my said sonne John shall decease before he accomplish the age of
eighteene years, that then his said portion to remayne to my said daughter Jane. And if my said
daughter Jane shall decease before she accomplish the age of fifteene years then her said portion to remayne
to my said sonne John Dabynott Item to my daughter Carolyne I give and bequeath forty shillings Item to
her daughter Sara I give and bequeath five pounds Item to every of my godchildren I give and
bequeath twelve pence. All the rest of my goods and chattles whatsoever moveable and nonmoveable
in whose hands or custody soever they bee or maie bee found my debts legacies and funerall discharged
I give and wholy bequeath to my wife Johane Dabynott, whom I doe ordayne & make my sole ane onely
executrix of this my last will & testament And I doe ordayne and appoynt Christopher Dabinott &
Thomas Newberry to bee my overseers of this my last will and testament, and for theire paynes
takinge I give and bequeath to every of them one gold ringe worth in value twenty shillings In witnes
whereof I have hereunto sett my hand and seale the daie and yere first above written Signed Johis
Dabynott in the presence of Thomas Newberry
"Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John", Vol. 17, p. 106-107 calls Thomas's first wife "Jane Dabinot" (p.106), "Joane" (p.106), "Joan Dabinot" (p. 107), and "Jane Dabinot" (p.108). It calls Thomas Newberry's second wife "Jane (Dabinot?), perhaps the cousin of his first wife and dau. of John and Joan Dabinot" (p.106), "Jane" (p. 107), and "Jane (Dabinot?)" (p. 108).[111]
Gary Boyd Roberts writes: "Note that the line [Joseph Gardner Bartlett] developed for Thomas Newberry of Mass., included in the Ancestral Roots series and, as a possibility, in my 1989 Ancestors of American Presidents, is excluded herein, following Sir A.R. Wagner's doubts about it in "English Genealogy")."[94]
From http://talesofthenewworld.blogspot.com/2007/04/dorset-pilgrims-story-of-westcountry.html :
"Returning to Charmouth and then up the River Char past Whitchurch Canonicorum we pass on into Marshwood Vale. This was rough, steeply enclosed country on cold, heavy clay, remote and inaccessible in winter; it was largely pasture for dairying with plenty of game in the old forest and meandering roads linking ancient farmsteads. One of these was 'Coweleyes', the property of the Newberrys. Thomas Newberry was a younger son of a younger son of fairly prominent Dorset gentry. Like many a younger son he tried to make a living in London at the Bar but gave it up to return to live in the depths of the country in a house belonging to his father-in-law. In 1630 he was probably already contemplating a removal to New England, and with his family of seven children would sail from Weymouth in April 1634. Thomas himself, a stockholder in the Massachusetts Bay Company, would not long survive in Dorchester, Massachusetts, but his widow and their children would become one of the prominent first families of Windsor on the Connecticut."

and also mentions "Thomas Newberry, cousin of Roger, rector of Simonsbury"
17 Apr 1634 Mr. Newburgh with 2nd wife Jane & 7 children set sail in "Mary &
John" from Weymouth Eng for Dorchester Mass. -Newbury Family
Children of: Thomas21 NEWBERRY and Joan DABINOT:
102i.JOSEPH22 NEWBERRY, b. about 1620 in Marshwood, Dorset; d. after 1675[117].
103ii.SARAH NEWBERRY, b. about 1622 in Marshwood; d. on 11 July 1684[106] in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut[106].
+104iii.MAJ. BENJAMIN NEWBERRY, b. in 1624[43] in Yarcombe[43]; d. on 11 Sept. 1689[46, 79, 112] in Windsor[46, 79, 112]; m. on 11 June 1646[46, 117, 127] in Windsor[46, 117, 127] (BE-11) MARY ALLYN, chr. in Braunton, Devonshire[127] on 20 Jan. 1627/8[127], d. in Windsor on 29 July 1689, daughter of (BE-10) Matthew, Hon. and (ATU-3) Margaret (WYATT).
105iv.MARY NEWBERRY, bp. on 22 Oct. 1626[106] in Whitchurch Canonicorum, Dorset[106]; d. on 29 Aug. 1688 in Windsor.
106v.JOHN NEWBERRY, bp. on 19 Feb. 1628/9[106] in Whitchurch Canonicorum[106]; d. in Dec. 1647[106] in Windsor, Hertfordshire[106].

Children of: Thomas21 NEWBERRY and Jane DABINOT:
107i.REBECCA22 NEWBERRY, b. about 1631[106] in England[106]; d. on 21 Nov. 1688[106].
108ii.HANNAH NEWBERRY, b. about 1633[106] in England[106]; d. before 1661[106].
109iii.a daughter NEWBERRY, b. about 1635[106].


Generation Twenty-two

104. MAJ. BENJAMIN22 NEWBERRY (Thomas21, Richard NEWBURGH20, Richard19, Walter18, Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), son of (98) Thomas21 and (MX-15) Joan (DABINOT) NEWBERRY, was born in 1624[43] in Yarcombe[43], was christened in Marshwood, and died on 11 Sept. 1689[46, 79, 112] in Windsor, Hartford Co.[46, 79, 112]. He married in Windsor, Hartford Co.[46, 117, 127], on 11 June 1646[46, 117, 127], (BE-11) MARY ALLYN, daughter of (BE-10) Matthew, Hon. and (ATU-3) Margaret (WYATT), who was christened on 20 Jan. 1627/8[127] in Braunton[127], and died on 29 July 1689 in Windsor, Hartford Co. [89, 24, 44, 76, 7, 112, 43, 46, 79]
Deputy to the General Court of Connecticut, etc.[23]
Children:
110i.MARY23 NEWBURY, b. on 10 March 1647/8 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; d. on 14 Dec. 1703.
+111ii.SARAH NEWBERRY, b. on 14 June 1650[46] in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts[46]; d. on 3 Oct. 1716[46, 115]; m. on 4 June 1668[126] in Windsor, Berkshire Co., Massachusetts[126] (KK-11) CAPT. PRESERVED CLAPP, b. in Dorchester[46, 115] on 23 Nov. 1643[46, 115], d. in Northampton[46] on 20 Sept. 1720[46], son of (KK-5) Capt. Roger and (QU-11) Joanna (FORD).
112iii.HANNAH NEWBURY, b. on 22 Dec. 1652 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; d. on 21 Sept. 1663.
113iv.REBECCA NEWBURY, b. on 2 May 1655 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; d. on 17 Oct. 1718.
114v.THOMAS NEWBURY, b. on 1 Sept. 1657 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; d. on 30 April 1688 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; m. on 12 March 1676/7[128, 81] in Windsor, Hartford Co.[128, 81] (QU-16) ANN FORD, b. about 1657[128], daughter of (QU-10) Thomas and Ann (_____) (SCOTT) FORD.
115vi.ABIGAIL NEWBURY, b. on 14 March 1659 in Windsor, Hartford Co.
116vii.MARGARET NEWBURY, b. on 23 Oct. 1662 in Windsor, Hartford Co.
117viii.BENJAMIN NEWBURY, b. on 20 April 1669 in Windsor, Hartford Co.
118ix.HANNAH NEWBURY, b. on 1 July 1673 in Windsor, Hartford Co.; d. on 17 Oct. 1718.


Generation Twenty-three

111. SARAH23 NEWBERRY (Benjamin22, Thomas21, Richard NEWBURGH20, Richard19, Walter18, Thomas17, John16, John15, John14, Thomas13, Robert12, John11, Henry10, Robert9, Robert de NEUFBOURG8, Roger7, Robert6, Henry5, Roger de BEAUMONT4, Humphrey de VEULLES3, Tourade de PONTAUDEMER2, Torf _____1), daughter of (104) Maj. Benjamin22 and (BE-11) Mary (ALLYN), was born on 14 June 1650[46] in Northampton[46], and died on 3 Oct. 1716[46, 115]. She married in Windsor, Berkshire Co.[126], on 4 June 1668[126], (KK-11) CAPT. PRESERVED CLAPP, son of (KK-5) Capt. Roger and (QU-11) Joanna (FORD), who was born on 23 Nov. 1643[46, 115] in Dorchester[46, 115], and died on 20 Sept. 1720[46] in Northampton[46]. [46, 80, 7, 115, 114]
Sarah Newberry's ancestry is also shown at http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&threadm=36A7B83E.5370768F%40mail2.lcia.com&rnum=1&prev=/groups%3Fq%3Dbenjamin%2Bnewberry%2Bgroup:soc.genealogy.medieval%2Bgroup:soc.genealogy.medieval%26hl%3Den%26lr%3D%26ie%3DUTF-8%26group%3Dsoc.genealogy.medieval%26selm%3D36A7B83E.5370768F%2540mail2.lcia.com%26rnum%3D1
Children: See (KK-11) Capt. Preserved CLAPP



1. Michel L.Call, Royal Ancestry Bible (Salt Lake City, Utah: Heritage Creations, 2005), 1175, 1176.
2. Ibid., 1176.
3. Ibid., 1176, 1177.
4. Ibid., 1177.
5. Ibid., 1177, 2546.
6. Ibid., 1178.
7. Ebenezer Clapp, The Clapp Memorial: Record of the Clapp Family in America (Boston: David Clapp & Son, 1876), 11; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
8. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
9. Ibid., (215-25).
10. Ibid., (50-25).
11. Ibid., (50-26).
12. Ibid., (50-27).
13. Ibid., (53-25, 63-25).
14. Ibid., (53-26).
15. Ibid., (56-27, 53-27, 60-27).
16. Ibid., (63-26).
17. Ibid., (66-24).
18. Ibid., (84-25+, 151-26).
19. Ibid., (84-26).
20. Ibid., (84-27).
21. Browning, Charles H., Americans of Royal Descent (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969), 163.
22. von Redlich, Marcellus Donald Alexander R., Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. I (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1941), 105.
23. Ibid., 106.
24. Ibid., 106, 241.
25. Ibid., 121.
26. Ibid., 125.
27. Ibid., 125,129,133.
28. Ibid., 129,133.
29. Ibid., 129,133,137,157,etc..
30. Ibid., 223.
31. W. H. Turton, The Plantagenet Ancestry (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1928), 100.
32. Ibid., 100, 117.
33. Ibid., 114.
34. Ibid., 117.
35. Ibid., 13.
36. Ibid., 13, 100.
37. Ibid., 83.
38. J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978), 100, 131, 146, 163, etc..
39. Ibid., 100, 131, 146, 173.
40. Ibid., 100, 163, 173, 215, etc..
41. Ibid., 113.
42. Ibid., 216.
43. Ibid., 217.
44. Ibid., 217, 222.
45. Ibid., 217, 222, 226.
46. Ibid., 222.
47. Ibid., 35, 146.
48. Ibid., 35, 85, 131, 146, etc..
49. Ibid., 85, 131, 202.
50. Aileen Lewers Langston and J. Orton Buck, Jr., Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. II (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974), 109, 306.
51. Ibid., 122.
52. Ibid., 176.
53. Ibid., 176, 222.
54. Ibid., 18.
55. Ibid., 306.
56. Ibid., 87, 255, 293, 299.
57. Ibid., 87, 99, 176, 222.
58. Ibid., 99, 176, 222.
59. Ibid., 99, 176, 222, 260.
60. Frederick Lewis Weis, The Magna Charta Sureties, 1215, 5th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
61. Douglas Richardson, Plantagenet Ancestry: A Study in Colonial and Medieval Families (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004), 589.
62. Ibid., 683.
63. J. Gardner Bartlett, Newberry Genealogy: The Ancestors and Descendants of Thomas Newberry of Dorchester, Mass., 1634, 920-1914 (Boston: Published by the author for John Strong Newberry, 1914), 10.
64. Ibid., 10, 11.
65. Ibid., 11.
66. Ibid., 12, 14.
67. Ibid., 132.
68. Ibid., 16.
69. Ibid., 17.
70. Ibid., 19, 23.
71. Ibid., 24, 35.
72. Ibid., 3.
73. Ibid., 4.
74. Ibid., 43.
75. Ibid., 43, 132.
76. Ibid., 45, 50, 132.
77. Ibid., 5.
78. Ibid., 5, 6.
79. Ibid., 53, 132.
80. Ibid., 54.
81. Ibid., 55.
82. Ibid., 6, 7.
83. Ibid., 7.
84. Ibid., 7, 8.
85. Ibid., 8.
86. Ibid., 9.
87. Gary Boyd Roberts, Royal Descents of 500 Immigrants (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002), 382, 403.
88. Ibid., 387, 391, 404, 406.
89. Ibid., 397.
90. Ibid., 419.
91. Ibid., 419, 421, 423, etc..
92. Ibid., 421, 423, 425, 427.
93. Ibid., 429.
94. Ibid., xxiii.
95. Frederick Lewis Weis and Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr., Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America before 1700, 8th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004).
96. Ibid., (253-33+).
97. Ibid., (253-34).
98. Ibid., (253-35).
99. Ibid., (253-36).
100. Ibid., (253-37).
101. Ibid., (253-38).
102. Ibid., (253-39).
103. Ibid., (253-40).
104. Ibid., (253-40+).
105. Will of John Dabinott, ; digital images, NationalArchives.gov.uk (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/). PROB 11/145
106. Burton W. Spear, Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John - 1630 (Toledo, Ohio: B.W. Spear, 1985-1992).
107. Ibid., 17:103.
108. Ibid., 17:103,106.
109. Ibid., 17:104.
110. Ibid., 17:105.
111. Ibid., 17:106.
112. Ibid., 17:107.
113. Ibid., 17:110.
114. Ibid., 17:32.
115. Ibid., 4:32.
116. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 105.
117. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 107.
118. Anthony Richard Wagner, English Genealogy, 2nd ed. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1972), 66.
119. I. J. Sanders, English Baronies: A Study of their Origin and Descent 1086-1327 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1960), 72.
120. Ibid., 72-73.
121. Ibid., 73.
122. Ibid., 93.
123. Lewis C. Loyd and Doris Mary Stenton, Sir Christopher Hatton's Book of Seals (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1950), 240.
124. Ibid., 240-241.
125. Samuel Lewis, A Topographical Dictionary of England, Vol. IV (London: S. Lewis & Co., 1831), Vol. 4, p. 548; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
126. Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995), 1:367.
127. Ibid., 1:42.
128. Ibid., 1:689.
129. Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants: 1607-1660 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1987), 107.
130. Robert Charles Anderson, "The Mary & John: Developing Objective Criteria for a Synthetic Passenger List," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 147 (1993): 148-161, specifically 158.
131. Harry H. Edes, "Documents Relating to the Colonial History of Connecticut - With Notes," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 25 (1871): 72-81, specifically 73.
132. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 7 (1853): 29.
133. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 25 (1871): 72-73.
134. Ernest Flagg, Genealogical Notes on the Founding of New England (Hartford, Connecticut: Clearfield Company, 1926), 336; digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 4 April 2013).
135. Ibid., 337.
136. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).