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Mary 
Browne
1663 - 1725


Mary 
Browne
, heiress. Warwickshire County Record Office: Messrs. Heath and Blenkinsop The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Warwickshire County Record Office. Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, 2001-2004. To find out more about the archives described below, contact Warwickshire County Record Office MESSRS. HEATH AND BLENKINSOP Catalogue Ref. CR 611 Creator(s): Heath and Blenkinsop of Warwickshire, solicitors CLIENTS' DEEDS AND PAPERS: LARGER ACCUMULATIONS ANCASTER PAPERS \_ [from Scope and Content] These papers consist mainly of title deeds to property in Lincolnshire acquired by the Hon. Charles Bertie (d. 1727) 6th son of the 3rd Earl of Lindsey. Most of the property came to him through his marriage to Mary Newcomen, widow of Nicholas Newcomen and heiress of Thomas Browne. They both died childless and Bertie bequeathed his property to the younger sons of the then Duke of Ancaster. These sons became the 3rd and 5th Dukes. Following the death of the 5th and last Duke in 1809, the property was divided between his two heirs, Bertie Bertie Greatheed and Brownlow Bertie Mathew, hence the presence of these Lincolnshire papers in a Warwick solicitor's office (see below, 941/5 and also CR.1707/13). FILE - Conveyance of the manor of Leake Moate, the manor house, and land in Fishtoft, Skerbeck, Ingoldmells with Addlethorp, Winthorpe, Hoggesthorpe, Burgh, Louth, and Theddlethorpe, to be held in trust for Mary Newcomen of Theddlethorpe, widow and to provide her with £400 p.a. (she was about to marry the Hon. Charles Bertie of Chelsey [Chelsea], esq. - ref. CR 611/864/2 - date: 25 February 1713/14 Manor of Orby FILE - Descent of copyhold title to a messuage and 26 acres - ref. CR 611/886/1-4 - date: 1663-1725 \_ [from Scope and Content] Admission of John Willson of Louth, following the death of his brother, Charles Willson the younger 4 June 1663; conveyance from Willson and Susanna his wife to Thomas Browne of Ingoldmells, gent., 4 June 1663. Court baron of Bennett Sherard, 3rd Baron Sherard [later 1st Earl of Harborough]: admission of Mary Newcomen, widow of Nicholas Newcomen, following the deaths of her father and brother, both Thomas Browne, 16 April 1714; admission of the Hon. Charles Bertie, esq., following the death of his wife, Mary, 30 December 1725.

Born: Jun 1663Baptised:
Died: 4th Nov 1725Buried: Theddlethorpe, Lincs., England 1725
Family:
Browne

Ancestors
[ Patrilineage | Matrilineage | Earliest Ancestors | Force | Force2 | Options ]

1.
Mary 
Browne
(
Newcomen
,
Bertie
) 1663 - 1725
2.
Thomas 
Browne
(
?
) + post 1666
3.
Eleanor 
?
(
Browne
) + post 1706

Siblings


1.
Thomas 
Browne
+ 1692

Spouses



1. 11th Jun 1680
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Browne
) 1650 - 1712
2. 1713
Charles 
Bertie
(
Browne
) post 1665 - 1737

Descendants
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a.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Browne
) 1650 - 1712
1.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
1681 - 1703
2.
Mary 
Newcomen
1684 - 1694
Sources

Timeline


Jun 1663Born
11th Jun 1680Married
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Browne
) 1650 - 1712
11th Jun 1680MARL/ROLE FIANCEE
30th Jun 1680MARS/ROLE FIANCEE
1703Made a will (will)
18th Dec 1703Executor of the will of
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Browne
) 1650 - 1712 (will)
1713Married
Charles 
Bertie
(
Browne
) post 1665 - 1737
27th Apr 1714MARS/ROLE FIANCEE
1725Buried Theddlethorpe, Lincs., England
4th Nov 1725Died
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