Section NB: Descendants of Thomas Dabinot

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Generation One

1. THOMAS1 DABINOT of Yarcombe, Devonshire, England, United Kingdom was born about 1520[4], and died about 1584[25] in Chardstock, Dorsetshire, England[25]. He married about 1544[4, 14], (ABB-2) RAWLIN MANFIELD of Chardstock, Dorset, England, daughter of (ABB-1) William MANFIELD, who was buried on 28 Feb. 1611/2[14] in Chardstock, Dorset[14]. [4, 15, 20, 25, 28]
Will of Thomas Dabynott of Crawlwaye, Chardstock, husbandman, dated 3 April 26 Elizabeth I, proved 19 March 1584/5 (Wills. R.O., Dean of Sarum, Reg. 4, 100). He left 4s 8d to Chardstock parish church for his burial and 3s 4d for its maintenance, to the poor of Chardstock 6s, to the ringers of his kneel 4s, to Yarcombe parish church 20d, to the ringers of his knell there 20d, to the parish church of Membury 20d. To his son Thomas Dabynott 13s 4d, to his son John Dabynott his "sullowe" and his iron stuff belonging, to his son Christopher Dabynott 26 pounds 14s 4d, to his daughter Rawlyn 13s 4d, to each of his grandchildren 3s 4d, to each of his godchildren 12d. The remainder to his wife Rawlyn, overseers- George Cate and his son Thomas. Inventory, total 83 pounds 20d, taken 13 March 26 Elizabeth I, exhibited 19 March 1584/5. Bond of 19 March 27 Elizabeth I by (his son) Thomas Dabynott of Chardstock, husbandman, on behalf of Rawlyn Dabynott, relict of Thomas Dabynott deceased, to fulfil his will.[27]
Children:
2i.JOANE2 DABINOT, bp. on 3 June 1545[4, 14] in Yarcombe[4, 14].
3ii.THOMAS DABINOT, bp. on 4 Feb. 1547/8[4] in Yarcombe[4]; d. after 1607[14].
+4iii.JOHN DABINOT, bp. on 29 Jan. 1553/4[4] in Yarcombe[4]; bur. in 1624[4, 14] in Chardstock, Dorset[4, 14]; m. about 1600[5] JOHANE _____, d. after 1624[5, 14].
5iv.RAWLIN DABINOT, bp. on 11 Dec. 1557[5] in Yarcombe[5].
6v.BRIDGET DABINOT, bp. on 31 March 1560[5] in Yarcombe[5].
+7vi.CHRISTOPHER DABINOT, bp. on 3 Feb. 1563/4[5, 22] in Yarcombe[5, 22]; d. in July 1637[6, 14].


Generation Two

4. JOHN2 DABINOT (Thomas1), son of (1) Thomas1 and (ABB-2) Rawlin (MANFIELD) DABINOT, was christened on 29 Jan. 1553/4[4] in Yarcombe[4], and was buried in 1624[4, 14] in Chardstock, Dorset[4, 14]. He married about 1600[5], JOHANE _____, who died after 1624[5, 14]. [12, 4, 16, 20, 14, 13, 5]
Transcription of will:

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[13]
Children:
8i.RAWLINA3 DABINOT, bp. on 3 Oct. 1602[14] in Chardstock, Dorset[14].
9ii.JOAN DABINOT, bp. on 25 April 1605[14] in Chardstock, Dorset[14]; m. on 26 June 1625[26, 5] in Yarcombe[26, 5] EDWARD SMITH.
10iii.THOMAS DABINOT, bp. on 19 Aug. 1607[14] in Chardstock, Dorset[14].
+11iv.JANE DABINOT, bp. on 12 June 1611[23] in Chardstock, Dorsetshire[23]; d. on 3 April 1655[12] in Norwalk, Fairfield Co., Connecticut, United States[8, 17]; m. (1) about 1630[8] (AM-98) THOMAS NEWBERRY, b. in Yarcombe[1] on 10 Nov. 1594[1], d. in Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, United States[11] in Dec. 1635[11], son of (AM-90) Richard and (ABR-3) Grace (MATTHEW) NEWBURGH; m. (2) in 1637[19] REV. JOHN WARHAM, chr. in Crewkerne, Somerset, England[24] on 9 Oct. 1595[24], d. in Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut[24] on 1 April 1670[24].
12v.JOHN DABINOT, bp. on 22 March 1615/6[14] in Chardstock, Dorset[14].
7. CHRISTOPHER2 DABINOT (Thomas1), son of (1) Thomas1 and (ABB-2) Rawlin (MANFIELD) DABINOT, was christened on 3 Feb. 1563/4[5, 22] in Yarcombe[5, 22], died in July 1637[6, 14] and was buried in Upway, Dorset[14]. [12, 9, 3, 22, 5, 14, 6]
A wealthy man and left an estate of between 200 and 600 pounds. Owned much land in Dorset Co.
Children:
13i.ANNE3 DABINOT, b. about 1595[14]; d. in May 1670[14].
14ii.RAWLIN DABINOT, b. about 1597[14, 6].
+15iii.JOAN DABINOT, b. about 1600[12, 7]; d. about 1629[12, 10, 14] in England[12, 10, 14]; m. about 1619[11] (AM-98) THOMAS NEWBERRY, b. in Yarcombe[1] on 10 Nov. 1594[1], d. in Dorchester[11] in Dec. 1635[11], son of (AM-90) Richard and (ABR-3) Grace (MATTHEW) NEWBURGH.


Generation Three

11. JANE3 DABINOT (John2, Thomas1), daughter of (4) John2 and Johane (_____) DABINOT, was christened on 12 June 1611[23] in Chardstock, Dorsetshire[23], and died on 3 April 1655[12] in Norwalk[8, 17]. She married (1st) about 1630[8], (AM-98) THOMAS NEWBERRY, son of (AM-90) Richard and (ABR-3) Grace (MATTHEW) NEWBURGH, who was born on 10 Nov. 1594[1] in Yarcombe[1], was christened on 11 Nov. 1594[11] in Yarcombe[11], and died in Dec. 1635[11] in Dorchester[11]. She married (2nd) in 1637[19], REV. JOHN WARHAM, who was christened on 9 Oct. 1595[24] in Crewkerne[24], and died on 1 April 1670[24] in Windsor[24]. [12, 8, 18, 23, 17]
Daughter of John Dabinot, and believed to have been a cousin of Thomas's first wife.[12]
Children of: Jane3 DABINOT and Thomas NEWBERRY: See (AM-98) Thomas NEWBERRY
15. JOAN3 DABINOT (Christopher2, Thomas1), daughter of (7) Christopher2 DABINOT, was born about 1600[12, 7], and died between 19 Feb. 1629 and 31 Dec. 1639[12, 10, 14] in England[12, 10, 14]. She married about 1619[11], (AM-98) THOMAS NEWBERRY, son of (AM-90) Richard and (ABR-3) Grace (MATTHEW) NEWBURGH, who was born on 10 Nov. 1594[1] in Yarcombe[1], was christened on 11 Nov. 1594[11] in Yarcombe[11], and died in Dec. 1635[11] in Dorchester[11]. [12, 2, 10, 21, 7, 14]
Children: See (AM-98) Thomas NEWBERRY



1. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists, 7th ed. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1999).
2. J. Orton Buck and Timothy Field Beard, Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants, Vol. III (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1978), 217, 222, 226.
3. Ibid., 222.
4. 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), 129.
5. Ibid., 130.
6. Ibid., 131.
7. Ibid., 132.
8. Ibid., 43.
9. Ibid., 43, 130.
10. Ibid., 43, 132.
11. 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), (253-40).
12. Ibid., (253-40+).
13. Will of John Dabinott, ; digital images, NationalArchives.gov.uk (http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/). PROB 11/145
14. Burton W. Spear, Search for the Passengers of the Mary and John - 1630 (Toledo, Ohio: B.W. Spear, 1985-1992).
15. Ibid., 11:98.
16. Ibid., 11:99.
17. Ibid., 17:106.
18. Ibid., 17:106,110.
19. Ibid., 17:106,170.
20. Ibid., 17:108.
21. Ibid., 17:108,110.
22. Ibid., 17:109.
23. Ibid., 17:110.
24. Ibid., 17:170.
25. Ibid., 26:51.
26. Ibid., Vol. 17, p. 109.
27. Ibid., Vol. 26, p. 51.
28. Ibid., Vol. 26. p. 51.