Section AES: Descendants of John Newhall

David Thaler
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Report generated by MagiCensus Deluxe v5.1.0 on 29 June 2017
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Generation One

1. JOHN1 NEWHALL was born between 1539/40 and 1584, and died between 1599 and 1694. [13]
Children:
+2i.THOMAS2 NEWHALL, b. about 1588 in Fulham, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom; d. on 25 May 1674[3] in Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts, United States[3]; m. on 12 June 1618 in Clifton Reynes, Buckinghamshire, England MARY JANE PENDLETON, b. in Olney Parish, England[13] about 1600[13], d. in Lynn[3, 7] on 25 Sept. 1665[3, 7].
3ii.ANTHONY NEWHALL.


Generation Two

2. THOMAS2 NEWHALL (John1), son of (1) John1 NEWHALL, was born about 1588 in Fulham, was christened in Buckinghamshire, and died on 25 May 1674[3] in Lynn[3]. He married in Clifton Reynes, on 12 June 1618, MARY JANE PENDLETON, who was born about 1600[13] in Olney Parish[13], and died on 25 Sept. 1665[3, 7] in Lynn[3, 7]. [3, 13, 1, 10, 7]
To Lynn in 1630
He landed in Salem 1630 with his brother Anthony. He also had another brother Farrington who was referenced in his will. - www.sound.net
One entry in the Ancestral File lists her as Mary Jane Pendleton.
Another lists her as Mary Wood.
Children:
4i.SUSANNA3 NEWHALL, b. about 1624 in England; d. on 7 Feb. 1682 in Lynn; m. in 1644 in Lynn RICHARD HAVEN, b. in West England, England in 1617, d. in Wp-14 Jun 1703, Lynn in 1703.
5ii.THOMAS NEWHALL, b. about 1630[4] in Lynn[4]; bur. on 1 April 1687[9] in Lynn[9]; m. on 29 Dec. 1652[8] in Lynn[8] ELIZABETH POTTER of Lynn, b. about 1632, d. in Lynn on 22 Feb. 1686/7.
6iii.JOHN NEWHALL, b. about 1640; m. (1) on 3 Feb. 1657 in Lynn ELIZABETH LAIGHTON, b. about 1622; m. (2) on 17 July 1679 SARAH FLANDERS, b. about 1622.
+7iv.MARY NEWHALL, b. about 1637[2] in Lynn[2]; d. after 1700 in Newbury, Essex Co.; m. in 1652 in Lynn (HL-29) THOMAS BROWNE SR., b. about 1628[12], d. in Lynn[2] on 28 Aug. 1693[2], son of (HL-17) Nicholas and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE.


Generation Three

7. MARY3 NEWHALL (Thomas2, John1), daughter of (2) Thomas2 and Mary Jane (PENDLETON) NEWHALL, was born about 1637[2] in Lynn[2], and died between 1700 and 1748/9 in Newbury. She married in Lynn, in 1652, (HL-29) THOMAS BROWNE SR., son of (HL-17) Nicholas and Elizabeth (_____) BROWNE, who was born about 1628[12], and died on 28 Aug. 1693[2] in Lynn[2]. [5, 6, 11, 2]
Children: See (HL-29) Thomas BROWNE Sr.



1. Frederick Adams Virkus, ed., Immigrant Ancestors (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1942), 50.
2. Henry F. Waters, Newhall family of Lynn, Massachusetts (Salem: Essex Institute, 1882), 14; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
3. Ibid., 2.
4. Ibid., 4.
5. Ibid., 4, 14.
6. Everett Hall Pendleton, Brian Pendleton and His Descendants (East Orange, New Jersey?: Privately Printed, 1910), 46; digital images, Archive.org (http://www.archive.org).
7. Louis William Dommerich, Our Colonial and Continental Ancestors: The Ancestry of Mr. and Mrs. Louis William Dommerich (New York: DeForest Publishing Co., 1930), 152.
8. Ibid., 153.
9. Ibid., 155.
10. Verna R. Sanders Rozanski, A History of the Walter Palmer Family of Stonington, Connecticut With Fifteen Allied Lines (Assumption, Illinois: Daughters of the American Revolution, 1968), 102.
11. Ibid., 72, 102.
12. www.sound.net says 27 Dec 1723, Lynn, Essex Co., Massachusetts; www.concentric.net/hrholmes/genealogy says 27 Dec 1723, Stonington, New London , Connecticut;
13. Ancestral File, CD-ROM database (Salt Lake City: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1998).