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Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
c. 1697 - 1730


Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys), Gentleman, of Lincoln, Attorney-at-Law (Gray's Inn 24 Jan 1718/9: Entry: Newcomen Wallis, of Louth, co. Lincoln, gent.). Educ. Cambridge He succ. his father "Thomas". He was succeeded by his son "Thomas (ca. 1724-61)". He lived with his wife in an apartment in the same block in Lincoln as his wife's second husband. There ios a letter dated 6 Nov 1728 from him reminding Joseph Banks that he, NW is moving to Mrs Scrope's house in Spring. He obtained a lease of part of Graveley Place in Minster Yard and was followed there by Gervase Srope of Cockerington. Will - PCC ref. Prob. 11/662, sig. 302 (page 181 of microfilm) Will drawn up 16 Dec 1723, proved 1733. Venn: WALLIS, NEWCOMEN College: MAGDALENE Entered: 1715 Died: Dec. 31, 1731 Adm. pens. (age 17) at MAGDALENE, Oct. 27, 1714. S. of Thomas, of Alford, Lincs. (and Frances, dau. of Nicholas Newcomen, of Theddlethorpe), and grandson of Edward (1662). B. at Louth, Lincs. School, Louth. Matric. 1715. Adm. at the Inner Temple, Jan. 24, 1715-6; at Gray's Inn, Jan. 24, 1718-9. Married Catherine Collingwood. Died Dec. 31, 1731, aged 34. M.I. in Lincoln Cathedral. Brother of Thomas (1714-5). (Lincs. Pedigrees, 1035.) entered Gray's Inn in 1718/19 Joseph Banks II leased his house in Lincoln from the Dean and Chapter in 1724 in which year Newcomen was the tenant of one half of the tenement. This also suggests that Newcommen became Joseph's tenant in order to set up home after young Tom's birth. The passage in Hill, is in the introduction pp xxvii-xxviii. It is not quite clear about when Newcomen became Joseph's tenant. It says that Joseph had a house in Lincoln "by 1721" before going on about the 1724 lease - which could have been a renewal 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 FILE - Descent of title to the manor of Markby and property in Thedlethorpe, 1685-1721 - ref. CR 611/855/1-29 - date: 1685-1721 \_ [from Scope and Content] Marriage settlement of Charles Wolley of North Sumer Coates,Clerk, and Carolina, daughter and heir of George Payne [Pain] of Maultby, esq., 22 January 1684/5. The settlement includes the manor of Markeby, and a messuage and 98 acres in Thedlethorpe. Final concord re a messuage and lands in Thedlethorpe. Gayton, Neckholme, and Hoggesthorpe, between Charles Wolley, clerk (plaintiff) and Charles Willerton, gent. and Faith his wife (defendants), Trinity term [1687]; probate grant for Charles Woolley of Langton near Partney, clerk, 5 May 1707 (will attached, 7 March 1705/6); Will[copy]of Charles Woolley, 7 March 1705, with extract from his mother's will [n.d.]; conveyance by Payne Wolly of Langton near Partney, gent. (son and heir of the late Charles Wolly) to Eustace White of Saltfletby, gent., and John Wilby of Wrangle, gent. (executors of the late Charles Wolly) to enable them to sell the estate to pay off Charles Wolly's debts, 1-2, 21-22 May, 1707 [see below, 864/2-5]; exemplification of a recovery by Edward Windus, gent., against Eustace White and John Wilby, gents., Michaelmas term 1707; Final concord re. messuages and land in Theddlethorpe, Skybeck quarter, and Boston, between James Whiting, Christopher Merrett, and John Wilby, gent. (plaintiffs), and Payn Woolely, gent., Thomas Smith, gent., and Anne his wife (defendants), Hilary term, [1709]; notes on conveyances to George Payne, 1648-80; 3 year lease of 39 acres in Adlethorp and 10 acres in Winthorpe for £46.9s. from Nicholas Newcomen of Thedlethorp, gent., to Eusebious Sweet of Adlethorp, 6 August 1700; abstract of the will of John Wallis of Sutterton (1 November 1712) and notes re. same; mortgage of £100 secured on a messuage and land in Thedlethorpe by Eustace White of Saltfletbie, gent., and John Wilby of Wrangle, gent., to John Sibthorpe of Lincoln, gent., 24 June 1712; conveyance of and assignment of mortgages for £736.4s., £219.15s.10d., and £119.10s. from John Wilby of Wrangle, gent., John Wright of Alderchurch, yeoman (administrator of the late John Wallis of Sutterton, gent., and Mary Sibthorpe (widow and executrix of John Sibthorpe of Lincoln esq.) to the Hon. Charles Bertie of Theddlethorp, esq., 30 April - 2 May 1718 [see above 855/7-10, 16-24]; deed to declare uses of a fine for the use of the Hon. Charles Bertie and Mary his wife, 10-11 April 1719; Final concord re. the manor of Markby in Theddlethorpe, a messuage and land, between Charles Bertie(plaintiff) and John Wilby, Pain [Payne] Wolley, and Caroline Wolley, Hilary term, [1718]; conveyance of the manor of Markby, land and messuages in Thedlethorpe, Hoggesthorpe, Mumby Chappell, Leake, Fishtoft, Skirbeck, Leverton, Pinchbeck, Bilsby, Thurlby, Croft, Ingoldmels with Adlethorpe and Winthorpe, for £9,500 from the Hon. Charles Bertie of Thedlethorpe, esq., and Mary his wife, to the Hon.Albemarle Bertie of Swinsted, esq., 7-8 December 1720; conveyance of same for £9,500 from the Hon. Albemarle Bertie to the Hon. Charles Bertie and Mary his wife, 6-7 December 1721. FILE - Conveyance of reversionary interest in the Manor house and lands at Theddlethorpe for £1,142.15s. from Newcomen Wallis of Magdalene College, Cambridge, gent. to the Hon. Charles Bertie of Theddlethorpe, esq., 7 January 1718/19, 12-13 April 1719. - ref. CR 611/871/1-4 - date: 1719 FILE - Conveyance of half share in 14 acres in Ingoldmells for £80 from Newcomen Wallis [as above] to the Hon. Charles Bertie [as above] 2 January 1718/19, 1-2 October 1719. - ref. CR 611/872/1-3 - date: 1719 FILE - Final concord re. land in Thedlethorpe between Carr Brackenbury, gent. (plaintiff) and Charles Bertie, esq., Mary his wife, and Frances Wallis (widow of Newcomen Wallis) (defendents), [Hilary term 1719]. - ref. CR 611/873/1-2 - date: 1719f Wallis, Newcomen (Male) Title(s): Esq. Date: 1726 Subscribed to Collection of XXIV perspective views of ... the county of York, 1726, BUCK, Samuel, BUCK, Nathaniel. London Subject: topography Wallis, Newcomin (Male) Title(s): Esq. Date: 1727 Subscribed to Second collection of ... views of ... counties of Lincoln and Nottingham, 1727, BUCK, Samuel, BUCK, Nathaniel. London Subject: topography Wallis, Newcomen (Male) Title(s): Esq. Date: 1729 Subscribed to A view of ancient Laws against Immorality and Profaneness ... collected from the Jewish, Roman, Greek, Gothic, Lombard and other laws, down to the middle of the eleventh century, 1729, DISNEY, John. Cambridge Subject: law Books: leather-bound Wallis, Newcomen (Male) Title(s): Esq. Date: 1730 Subscribed to A Compleat Collection of State-Tryals (Vol. 1; second edn.), 1730, SALMON, Thomas. London Subject: law Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office The HERRICK MANUSCRIPTS Catalogue Ref. DG 9 Creator(s): Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire TITLE DEEDS LEICESTERSHIRE QUORN. Woodhouse Fields Farm FILE [no title] - ref. DG 9/446 - date: 20 & 21 March 1727/8 \_ [from Scope and Content] (ii) NewcomenWallis, esq and Catherine his wife (nee Collingwood) FILE [no title] - ref. DG 9/447 - date: Easter Term 1728 (orig) \_ [from Scope and Content] (ii) Newcome [sic] Wallis, esq, and Katherine his wife, deforciants. FILE [no title] - ref. DG 9/448 - date: 25 March 1728 \_ [from Scope and Content] (ii) NewcomenWallis, esq, the Close, Lincoln. FILE [no title] - ref. DG 9/449 - date: 19 December 1730 \_ [from Scope and Content] (i) NewcomenWallis. FILE [no title] - ref. DG 9/450 - date: 19 Dec 1730 \_ [from Scope and Content] (i) George Collingwood and NewcomenWallis. ------------------ Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office: The Herrick Manuscripts [DG 9/1 - DG 9/1765] The contents of this catalogue are the copyright of Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office Rights in the Access to Archives database are the property of the Crown, 2001- 2006 To find out more about the archives described below, contact Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office The HERRICK MANUSCRIPTS Catalogue in Full new page Creator(s): Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire section TITLE DEEDS LEICESTERSHIRE section QUORN. section Woodhouse Fields Farm FILE - [no title] - ref. DG 9/449 - date: 19 December 1730 Contents Assignment of mortgage. (i) Newcomen Wallis. (ii) George Collingwood. (iii) Sir Cecill Wray, bart., Branston, Lincs. (i) to (iii) at the direction of (ii) the premises in Quorn & Barrow described in DG9/446 Consideration: £850. ----------------- Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office: The Herrick Manuscripts [DG 9/1 - DG 9/1765] The HERRICK MANUSCRIPTS Catalogue in Full new page Creator(s): Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire section TITLE DEEDS LEICESTERSHIRE section QUORN. section Woodhouse Fields Farm FILE - [no title] - ref. DG 9/448 - date: 25 March 1728 Contents Mortgage. (i) George Collingwood, gent, London. (ii) Newcomen Wallis, esq, the Close, Lincoln. (i) to (ii) a capital messuage with appurtenances, Cunery Close (8 acres) in Quorndon; the Holme (7 acres) in Barrow on Soar; a water mill called Quorn Cloath Mill in Quorn with the fishery from the Holme to the top of Scotch Green Meadow; a cottage and barn adjoining with parts of The Willows Close, (7 acres, 6 acres, 7 acres, 14 acres, 12 acres) in Quorn; a farmhouse lately used as an inn called the Double Necked Swan, with homesteads, now called Boyer's farm with 30 acres, 7 acres, 6 acres, 4 acres and 4 acres in the Willows Closes in Quorn. To be held for 1000 years with proviso for redemption. Principal: £850. ----------- Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland Record Office: The Herrick Manuscripts [DG 9/1 - DG 9/1765] The HERRICK MANUSCRIPTS Catalogue in Full new page Creator(s): Herrick family of Beaumanor, Leicestershire section TITLE DEEDS LEICESTERSHIRE section QUORN. section Woodhouse Fields Farm FILE - [no title] - ref. DG 9/446 - date: 20 & 21 March 1727/8 Contents Lease and release. (i) Thomas Noble, gent, Leicester. (ii) Newcomen Wallis, esq and Catherine his wife (nee Collingwood) The Close, Lincoln. (iii) George Collingwood, gent, London. (ii) to (iii) a capital messuage and Cunery Close (8 acres) in Quorn, the Holme (7 acres) in Barrow on Soar; a water-mill on the Soar in Quorndon (Quorndon Cloath Mill); rights of fishing, a messuage, barn, 7 acres meadow, 6 acres of land and several other closes in the Willows, Quorndon.Also Boyers' farm and an inn called the Double Necked Swan. Consideration: £1,050. ------------------ Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057] Level: File Document Reference Number: MISC WILLS/O/3302 Record Details Wallis, - Guardian's Bond Date: 1724 Reference Type: Probate Index Address: Lincolnshire Notes: Testator's name not given. Wallis Newcomen of Lincoln the guardian of Edward Wallis, a minor See: History of the manor and parish of Saleby with Thoresthorpe in the county of Lincoln, with some owners by Reginald Charles Dudding .g

Born: c. 1697Baptised: Alford, Lincs., England 22nd Oct 1697
Died: 31st Dec 1730Buried:
Family:
Wallis
  formerly of Nun Ormsby

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

1.
Newcomen 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Collingwood
) c. 1697 - 1730
2.
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Newcomen
) c. 1666 - 1718
4.
Edward 
Wallis
(
?
) 1645 - 1704
5.
Elisabeth 
?
(
Wallis
) + post 1704
3.
Frances 
Newcomen
(
Wallis
) 1658 - post 1723
6.
Nicholas 
Newcomen
(
Ayscough
) 1621 - post 1679
7.
Mildred 
Ayscough
(
Newcomen
) 1620 - 1661

Siblings


1.
Dr. Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
1699 - 1753

Spouses



1. ante 16th Sep 1723
Catherine 
Collingwood
(
Wallis
,
Banks
,
Banks
) post 1702 - 1736

Descendants
[ Options ]

a.
Catherine 
Collingwood
(
Wallis
,
Banks
,
Banks
) post 1702 - 1736
1.
Thomas (Tomey) 
Wallis
(
Hutton
) 1723 - 1761
Sources

Timeline


c. 1697Born
22nd Oct 1697Baptised Alford, Lincs., England
12th Jun 1714Became an heir of
Thomas 
Wallis
  (Wallys)
(
Newcomen
) c. 1666 - 1718 (will)
1722Became an heir of
Edward 
Wallis
  (Walliss)
(
?
) post 1666 - 1722 (will)
ante 16th Sep 1723Married
Catherine 
Collingwood
(
Wallis
,
Banks
,
Banks
) post 1702 - 1736
16th Dec 1723Made a will (will)
1727Became an heir of
Dorothea 
Wallis
ante 1695 - post 1726 (will)
31st Dec 1730Died
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