Female 1626 - 1688  (~ 61 years)

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  1. 1.  Mary NEWBERRY was christened 22 Oct 1626, Whitechurch Canonicorum, co. Dorset (daughter of Thomas NEWBERRY and Joane DABINOTT); died 29 Aug 1688.

    Mary married Capt Daniel CLARKE 13 Jun 1644. [Group Sheet]

    1. Mary CLARKE was born 22 Sep 1658, Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut; died 14 Apr 1738, Windsor, Hartford Co., Connecticut.

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  Thomas NEWBERRY was christened 10 Nov 1594; died Dec 1636.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Son of Richard Newberry and Grace Matthew


    He was one of the richest men among the colonists and a merchant; he had an excellent education and was engaged in legal study in London during several terms of the Court of Chancery. (Chancery Proceedings, series 2, 342-65.) In 1626, he occupied an estate called "Coweleyes" in Marshwood, co. Dorset. he turned Puritan when a young man and sailed for New England in April, 1634. His first appearance on the records of New England is as a grantee of lands in Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 1, 1634; he subsequently received several other large grants of land there. His name invariably appears on the records with the prefix "Mr." for he was of the highest social standing. He joined the church in Dorchester soon after his arrival and on Sept. 3, 1634, was admitted a Freeman of Mass., and immediately became prominent in public affairs, being chosen Selectman Oct. 28, 1634, when it was "agreed that their shall be Tenn men chosen to order all the affayres of the Plantation, to continue for one yeare & to meete monethly according to the order Oct; 8, 1633." On Mar. 4, 1634-5 and May 6, 1635, he was Deputy for Dorchester to the General Cour. On May 6, he was "chosen overseer of the worke att Castle Ileland, in the roome of Roger Ludlowe, Esq." et. At the session of July 8, he was apppointed one of a committee of two "to sett out the bounds betwixte Wessaguscus & Barecove." He was an active leader in the project for the settling of Windsor but died before its accomplishment; he had, however, visited the site of the new town and his widow and children went there after his death.

    After the death of Mrs. Newberry, her husband m. (2) about 1630 Jane, who was perhaps Jane Dabinott of Chardstock, dau. of John Dabinott and a cousin of his first wife. Thomas Newberry was her guardian. Her father had left her over 150 pounds when married with the consent of her mother and his overseers, Christopher Dabinott and Thomas Newberry; perhaps the latter "consented" she should marry himself. Jane, his second wife went to New England with him in 1634 and after his death married Rev. John WARHAM.

    Thomas married Joane DABINOTT Abt 1619. Joane was born Abt 1600; died Abt 1629. [Group Sheet]

  2. 3.  Joane DABINOTT was born Abt 1600; died Abt 1629.

    Other Events:

    • Fact: Dau. of Christopher Dabinott of Yarcombe, Devon, England

    1. Joseph NEWBERRY was born Abt 1620; died Bef 1686.
    2. Sarah NEWBERRY was born Abt 1622; died 16 Jul 1684.
    3. Benjamin NEWBERRY was born Abt 1624; died 11 Sep 1689.
    4. 1. Mary NEWBERRY was christened 22 Oct 1626, Whitechurch Canonicorum, co. Dorset; died 29 Aug 1688.
    5. John NEWBERRY was christened 19 Feb 1628/9, Whitechurch Canonicorum, co. Dorset; died Dec 1647.