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Thomas Newburgh, Esq.

Birthdate: (68)
Birthplace: Dorset, England
Death: March 15, 1513 (68)
Berkeley, Somerset, England
Immediate Family:

Son of John Newburgh, the Elder and Alice Newburgh
Husband of Alice Newburgh
Father of Walter Newberry
Brother of Joane Newborough; William Newborough; John Newborough, II; Anastasia Newborough; Isabel Newborough and 1 other

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About Thomas Newburgh, Esq.

Thomas Newburgh (b.c.1445 in England d. 3-15-1512/13 in England) and Alice

Children: Christopher, Thomas, Rachel, Jane, John (c.1485), Walter (c.1487)

THOMAS NEWBURGH; ESQUIRE: The youngest son of his father was born about 1445 in England, died 15 March 1512/13 in England, and was buried Parish Church of Berkley, Somersetshire, England. The inquisition post mortem taken October 24, 1513 states that he died March 15, 1512/13, that by indenture of October 3, 1510 he had conveyed the manor of Berley to feoffees for the use of himself and wife Alice for life and for their heirs and that John Newbrugh was his son and heir, aged 28 years. He married ALICE about 1485, she died in 1525. As 3rd and youngest son, he did not inherit the Newburgh ancestral estates. Thomas did inherit his mother's estate of Warmwell and others in Dorset. He settled at Berkeley Manor, Somerset which was inherited from his mother. A monumental inscription placed in Berkeley Church, Somersetshire, England in 1751 states that Thomas Newborough, cousin of Sir Roger Newborough, Knt., who died in 1515, was the first of the family who settled at Berkley and was buried in this church in 1513.

Will of Thomas Newburgh, dated March 10, 1512/13 of Berkley Manor, Somersetshire, England. ~ Proved May 4, 1513 by Alice Newborowgh, relict and executrix. ~ To be buried in our Lady Chapel at the Gaunts by Bristowe under the direction of my wife Alice, my sole executrix, and my overseer, Sir Thomas Tylar, master of the Gaunts. To our mother church of Worcester. To each priest saying masses for me. My lands in Mottecoombe and Gyllynggam to my son Cristofer for life, with remainder to my heir. My lands in Wantage to my son Thomas for life, with remainder to my heir. My wife Alice to be executrix; but if she die before me, then Lady Trapnell to be my executrix. ~ Witnesses: Thomas Tylar, master of the Gaunts; John Newborowgh, armiger; William Halte, priest.

Thomas recieved the manor of Berkley in Somerset from his mother.

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Thomas Newburgh, Esq.'s Timeline

Dorset, England
Age 42
Dorset, England, United Kingdom
March 15, 1513
Age 68
Berkeley, Somerset, England
December 13, 1921
Age 68
August 17, 1922
Age 68
September 16, 1992
Age 68