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Nicholas 
Newcomen
1621 - post 1679


Nicholas 
Newcomen
, 1st son, of Theddlethorpe, Lincs.. Matric. Gonville and Caius Coll., Camb. 1 Jun 1638. "family of Newcomen, they are practically always stated as being a noted Saltfleetby family. The list of churches where this family made marriages is numerous. They include Scremby, South Ormesby, South Thoresby, Hannah, Mablethorpe, South Cockerington, Revesby, Walmsgate and Greetham, near Horncastle. Here can be found a Richard Newcomen, son of Thomas Newcomen of "Sallaby" Saltfleetby was impeached for taking part in the Lincolnshire rebellion of-1536... The record of the Newcomen family, in the Collage of Arms, 1189-99, begins with Hugo Newcomen of Saltfleetby; the next important record is of Sir Robert Newcomen of London, grandson of Brian Newcomen of Saltfleetby, he was created a baronet on the 30th.December, 1625, the title became extinct on the death of Sir Thomas Newcomen, 8th baronet on the 27th. April 1789. From this family was directly descended Elias Newcomen of Stoke Fleming in Devon, whose great grandson Thomas Newcomen, born at Dartmouth, was the inventor of the steam engine. The Newcomens were also intermarried with the famous Banks family of Reevsby Abbey. And now, with all this knowledge of the Newcomens I have not been able to establish where they lived in Saltfleetby. I know they resided in All Saints, which narrows it down a bit. The Moat House, I think, would be too small, although most of these people surrounded themselves with a moat. Grove House is a possibility, nearly two hundred years ago it was described as the pleasant seat of Richard P. Chapman, Esq. and known as Ivy Grove House. Today it is a late Georgian house, but outhouses are of an earlier date, probably pre- Elizabethan. It is all a matter of conjecture, the Newcomen house at Theddlethorpe was only demolished about 1840 and the Newcomen tombs in the chancel at Theddlethorpe All Saints are clearly marked. But at Saltfleetby where the family appeared to have lived a matter of some 600 years there is only one identifiable Newcomen tomb that of Margaret, dating from the 15th century and situated just below the rood screen in the nave, at Saltfleetby All Saints'. " PEDIGREE OF NEWCOMEN OR NEWCOMBE OF SALTFLEETBY, LINCOLNSHIRE, ENGLAND from the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum at London, England Hugh Newcomen [1] of Saltfletby, Co. Lincoln, temp. Rich. I [AD 1189-1199] (Hugh) Andrew Newcomen [2] m. Alice, dau of Adrian or Adryan (Andrew, Hugh) Walter Newcomen [3] m. dau to Tho. Thursby (Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Glberte Newcomen [4] m. dau to John Gabignes or Gabings of Stickworth (Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Walter Newcomen [5] m. Alice, dau to John Lakesby (Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Roberte Newcomen [6] of Saltfletby, 33 Edw. I [AD 1305] m. Alice, dau to Sir Willm Somercotts, Kt (Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Roberte Newcomen [7] of Saltfletby, 10 Edw. II [AD 1317] m. Margarett, dau of Sir Willm Hardingshall (Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) William Newcomen [8], d. 1404 m. Margaret, dau of Willm Blunderville of Norfolke (William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Roberte Newcomen [9], d. 1452 m. Joane, dau. of Robert Cracroft [Stephen in Berry's Herts] Robert [9] [MS 1190 says William] Christian [9] Elizabeth [9] (Roberte, William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) William Newcomen [10] of Saltfletby, d. 1466 m. Alice, dau & heire of Willm Kinge of Gainesborough 5 daughters [10] (William, Roberte, William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Martyn Newcomen [11] of Saltfletby, d. 1536 m. Mary, dau of Bryan Samford of Yorkshire William [11] d.s.p. (Martyn, William, Roberte, William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Bryan Newcomen [12] of Saltfletby, m. Margaret, dau & heire of Jo Grenfield of Barnboro, Yorkshire; d. 10 Dec 1582 Margaret [12] m. Robert Borough Elizabeth [12] m. Charles Yerborough William [12] of Saltfletby, d. 1545 (Bryan, Martyn, William, Roberte, William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Charles Newcomen [13] of the Exchequer, of War ringate [called Magister 1601-1616], d. 1631, m. dau of Richard Nigthingale of Borne, d. 1637 John [13] m. Alice, dau. of John Gascoigne of Lansingcroft, d. 1559 5 daughters [13] (Charles, Bryan, Martyn, William, Roberte, William, Roberte, Roberte, Walter, Gilberte, Walter, Andrew, Hugh) Nicholas [14], bap. 10 Apr 1585, d. 1616, m. Anna, dau of John Newcomen Anna [14], bap. 20 Sep 1586 Winifred [14] Alice [14] Elizabeth [14] Thomas [14], bap. 9 Feb 1592, m. Rebecca Moaxwrth Robert [14], bap. 1597 [Went to Ireland; was created Baronet there 1625; d. 1629. A pedigree of his descendants - eight generations - may be found in Burke's Extinct Baronage.] Christopher [14], bap. 1601, m. Dorothy Asfordby Margaret [14], bap. 1603, d. 1612 Dates after 1557 are from the Registrar of Saint Peter's Church, Saltfleet. Elias [14] was supposed by John B. Newcomb to be the Elias Newcomb at Isles of Shoals (see addenda) 1650, but Capt. Thos. Lidstone of Dartmouth, Devonshire, England, writes, “This Elias Newcomb d. 1614. He founad a `Brass' in a chh. of which parish Dartmouth was a part, viz., of Elias Newcomen [14], eldest son of Charles [13] of London, who was second son of Bryan Newcomen of Saltfleet, Co. Lincoln; probably the earliest record in Dartmouth of the family.” Elyas [14] d. in Devon, Eng., and was not at Isles of Shoales. === THE END === NOTES -- The number in [square brackets] is the generation. -- The list of names in (parentheses) is the lineage of the generation immediately following (ie, Walter Newcomen [3] was son of Andrew [2], who was son of Hugh [1]). [extracted from Andrew Newcomb 1618-1686 and His Descendants, Bethuel Merritt Newcomb, 1923]

Born: 1621Baptised: St Clement, , , , 21st Oct 1621
Died: post 1679Buried: West, Theddlethorpe, Lincs., England 28th Dec 1680
Family:
Newcomen

Ancestors
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1.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Ayscough
) 1621 - post 1679
2.
Thomas 
Newcomen
(
Warmouth
) 1592 - 1642
4.
Charles 
Newcomen
(
Thorndyke
) + 1630
5.
Joan 
Thorndyke
(
Newcomen
) + 1637
3.
Rebecca 
Warmouth
(
Newcomen
) 1599 - 1652
6.
Gregory 
Warmouth
(
Newcomen
)
7.
Margaret 
Newcomen
(
Warmouth
)

Siblings


1.
Sarah 
Newcomen
(
Ballett
) * 1618
2.
Elizabeth 
Newcomen
(
Newcomen
) c. 1618 - 1683
3.
Anne 
Newcomen
(
Palmer
) * post 1620
4.
Thomas 
Newcomen
(
Cracroft
) c. 1623 - 1688
5.
Troth 
Newcomen
(
Palmer
) c. 1626 - post 1645
6.
Samuel 
Newcomen
1635 - 1635
7.
John 
Newcomen
1636 - 1636
8.
Mary 
Newcomen
+ 1648

Spouses



1. c. 1649
Mildred 
Ayscough
(
Newcomen
) 1620 - 1661

Descendants
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a.
Mildred 
Ayscough
(
Newcomen
) 1620 - 1661
1.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Browne
) 1650 - 1712
1a.
Mary 
Browne
(
Newcomen
,
Bertie
) 1663 - 1725
1.1.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
1681 - 1703
1.2.
Mary 
Newcomen
1684 - 1694
2.
Mildred 
Newcomen
1652 - 1652
3.
Theodosia 
Newcomen
(
Maddison
) 1653 - 1725
3a.
Ralph 
Maddison
(
Newcomen
) * 1626
3.1.
John 
Maddison
(
Whichcote
)
4.
Rebecca 
Newcomen
1655 - post 1725
5.
Thomas 
Newcomen
1656 - c. 1703
6.
Mildred 
Newcomen
c. 1657 - 1679
7.
Frances 
Newcomen
(
Wallis
) 1658 - post 1723
7a.
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Newcomen
) c. 1666 - 1718
7.1.
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730 ...
7.2.
Dr. Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
1699 - 1753
Sources

Timeline


1621Born
21st Oct 1621Baptised
c. 1649Married
Mildred 
Ayscough
(
Newcomen
) 1620 - 1661
post 1679Died
c. 1680Made a will (will)
28th Dec 1680Buried Theddlethorpe, Lincs., England
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