Simon Newcomb, of Lebanon

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Simon Newcomb, of Lebanon

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Isle of Shoals, Maine
Death: January 20, 1745 (78-79)
Lebanon, New London, Connecticut, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Lt. Andrew Newcomb and Sarah Newcomb
Husband of Deborah Newcomb
Father of Deacon John Newcomb; Thomas Newcomb; Hezekiah Newcomb; Obadiah Newcomb; Deborah Hatch and 4 others
Brother of Simeon Newcomb, of Eastham; Andrew Newcomb, Jr.; Thomas Newcomb; Sarah Eldredge; Mary Lombard and 1 other
Half brother of Anna Mayhew; Elizabeth Atkins; Joseph Newcomb; Emeline Atkins; Tabitha Rea and 3 others

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About Simon Newcomb, of Lebanon

Simon Newcomb (son of Andrew Newcomb & Sarah) b abt 1666 prob Kittery York Maine, died January 20, 1745 at Lebanon, Connecticut. Do not confuse with his brother Simeon Newcomb, of Eastham

His 3rd great grandson was Simon Newcomb (wiki) (1835 – 1909), a famous Canadian-American astronomer and mathematician.

Family

He married Deborah married Deborah abt 1687. She d 17 Jun 1756 at 92.

Children of Simon and Deborah

  • 1. John b abt 1688/9 m Alice Lambert
  • 2. Thomas b 1691/2 m1 Eunice Manning m2 Judith Woodworth
  • 3. Hezekiah b 1693/4 m1 Jerusha Bradford m2 Hannah
  • 4. Obadiah b 1695 m1 Abigail m2 Mrs Mary Post
  • 5. Deborah b 1696/7 m Capt Timothy Hatch - settled in Tolland CT
  • 6. Sarah b abt 1698 m 13 Jan 1719/20 Ebenezer Nye
  • 7. Benjamin b abt 1700 m Hannah Clark
  • 8. Elizabeth b abt 1701/2 m Ebenezer Wright
  • 9. Simon b abt 1705 m1 Jerusha Lapthrop m2 June Worth

Notes

Mr. Newcomb made several purchases of land in Lebanon, Conn. He gave farms to each of his sons (except his youngest son Simon, who received the homestead), the consideration being “love, goodwill and affection”. Mr. Newcomb’s earliest purchase of lands in Lebanon was made of Israel and Mary Phelps, 26 Sept. 1711, for £290, about 160 acres on the eastward side of town, with the “buildings, orchards, gardens, fences, fencing stuff and fruit trees thereon; also, 50 acres common right, and 30 acres common at the village”. The farm, situated on the south side of Windham road, near Phelps Hill, two miles and fifty-two rods northeasterly from the town of Lebanon, and about three-fourths of a mile beyond the old cemetery, was described then as “butting on the highway that goeth towards Windham northwestwardly, being about one hundred and sixty rods at said highway lying against the heirs of John Hadlock’s land northwestwardly and butting against land of Mr. Samuel Bliss southeastwardly and lying against Able Janes land southwestwardly.”

Mr. Newcomb lived upon this farm, one of the very best in the locality, until his death, when it went by will to his son Simon, by whom it was conveyed in 1761 to Silas Sprague for £750, by whom it was sold the following year to Jabez Dean, of Norwich. Mr. Dean sold it, 1773, by one deed, the purchasers being Daniel and Joshua Lothrop, of Norwich; and Nathaniel Greene, Jonathan Simpson, Esq., John Hancock, Esq. (first president of Continental Congress), and Ebenezer Storer, all of Boston, Mass. The farm was later owned and occupied in part by Asa N. Burgess and F.H. Simpson.

Mr. Newcomb served as a member of various committees in town affairs; in May 1693 had “full power and order for the ordering of the sheep & cattle”; signed a venire as Constable of Chelmark, 1699 (according to Court Record); was chosen to settle bounds of lands in 1704; viewed lands to find Thomas Peas’ dividend on 28 Jan 1705; found records of town’s bounds 5 Mar. 1705/06; in 1710 he was chosen by his townsmen as “Field Driver” at Edgartown. Simon Newcomb took the Freeman’s Oath at Lebanon and was elected highway surveyor in 1714. On 15 Sept. of the same year he was one of a “Comity” of three for building “meetin” house in Hebron, and reported, 5 Oct. following, a proper site for same. In 1718 he was chosen grand juryman; in 1721 he was appointed guardian to Caleb Jones and in 1741 was chosen fence viewer.

References

  • https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Newcomb-134 cites
  • ↑ Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family, containing records of nearly every person of the name in America from 1635-1874, by John Bearse Newcomb, Pg 19 & 21, page 22 GoogleBooks
  • ↑ SIMON NEWCOMB was the son of my ancestors, LIEUT. ANDREW and SARAH NEWCOMB and father of HEZEKIAH NEWCOMB. Find A Grave Memorial# 20965086 entered by Nareen, et al
  • ↑ Find A Grave Memorial# 20965086
  • ↑ Newcomb, p. 22
  • Genealogical memoir of the Newcomb family. John Bearse Newcomb, 1874. - The definitive source on Newcomb genealogy. Page 19.
  • https://minerdescent.com/2010/07/08/simon-newcomb/
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Simon Newcomb, of Lebanon's Timeline

1666
1666
Isle of Shoals, Maine
1688
1688
Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Province of New York
1691
1691
Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Province of Massachusetts
1693
May 26, 1693
Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard, Dukes County, Province of Massachusetts
1695
1695
Edgartown, Island of Martha's Vinyard, MA
1697
June 15, 1697
Edgartown, Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States
1698
June 15, 1698
Edgartown, Dukes County, MA, United States
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1700
Edgartown, Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States
1702
February 6, 1702
West Tisbury, Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States