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  • ID: I118
  • Name: Clement Newton
  • Given Name: Clement
  • Surname: Newton
  • Sex: M
  • _UID: A898DAF810FC4BFFBE4846E5E62EEB6A02CC
  • Change Date: 5 APR 2010
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    Clement Newton, Signed: June 30, 1760; Proved: November 5, 1760 Item Imprimis I give and bequeath to my several Creditors their Just Claims ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Joseph Newton all my Lands. Item Whereas Thomas Newton Left in my care two Heifers, one for my son Joseph and one for my son Clement, my will is that they be paid them before the apprasement of my Estate ~ Item Where Walter Davis left in my care a large black Walnut Table Oval made for my Daughter Anne, I will that the same be hers & not appraised in my Estate. Item I give and bequeath to my son Clement one young gray gelding. ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Albane, my writing Desk ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Bernard, one gray stone Coult & a pr of silver Clasps. Item I give and bequeath to my son Gaberil one hanging Leaf Square Walnut Table ~ Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary a feather Bed, and furniture, to be paid her of the value of my second best Bed & furniture ~ Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Bibiana a Black Walnut Oval Table ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Aldebert, one Horse called Jack Gray colored ~ Item I give & bequeath to my Daughter Immaranchaeunor, Sining wheel ~ Item whereas my wife is now with child, I give and bequeath to the child unborn one Choat ~ Item where the Sundry Legacies above mentioned are of an Equal Value my will is that all the Legacies that are of Less value, than the best be made up equal out of my Estate, and the Remaining part of my Estate be Equally Divided amongst all my Children. Item and to the true performance of this my Last will and Testament I nominate Constitute ordain & appoint, my son Joseph Newton, my solo Executor, In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand, and affixed my seal, this 30th June Anno que Dom 1760.~~~~~~~ Clement Newton (((seal))) Signed Sealed and delivered In the presence of us Samll Abell Jnr Leonard X Brown November 5th 1760 Then Samll Abell Jnr & Leonard Brown the subscribing witnesses to the forgoing will being dualy and solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangels of almighty God depose and say that they, Saw the Testator Clement Newton Sign the foregoing will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his Last will and Testament that at the time of his sodoing he was to, the best of their apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory, and that they subscribed their Respective names as witnesses to the Sd will in the presence of the said Testator and at his request. Sworn to before me, Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss~~~~~~~~~~~~Of St. Mary's County~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Day and year above said the deceased widow Made her Election, and takes her thirds, Certified by me Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss of St. Mary's County~~~~~~ 665W *************************************************************************************************************** Transcribed by Judith A. Burger February 1, 2001 from a photocopy of the original court record, Libra: T.A.I., page: 399-400, obtained from Norma I. Dawson, Register of Wills, St. Mary's County, Maryland. The photocopy was good and the writing legible. I made no corrections of any kind.

    Will of Clement NEWTON (1760); St. Mary?s County, Maryland

    This file was contributed by Judith Burger.

    Clement Newton
    Signed: June 30, 1760
    Proved: November 5, 1760

    The Last Will of
    Clement Newton
    In the name of God Amen. I Clement Newton of St. Mary's County being sick and
    weak of body but of sound and perfect sense, and memory and Considering the
    uncertainty of this Life, inorder to prepare for a better I have thought proper
    to make this, my Last will, and Testament, and Revoking all other will or wills,
    heretofore by me made or said to be made either verbal or in writing I ordain
    and appoint this and no other to be my, Last will and Testament, & first of all
    I bequeath my soul to God who gave it, And my body to the Earth from whence it
    was taken to be buried in such decent and Christian Like manner as to my
    Executor here after to be appointed, Shall seem meet; and of what worldly goods
    the Lord has been pleased to Send me I have thought proper to dispose of in the
    manner following ~ that is to say ~ Item Imprimis I give and bequeath to my
    several Creditors their Just Claims ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Joseph
    Newton all my Lands. Item Whereas Thomas Newton Left in my care two Heifers, one
    for my son Joseph and one for my son Clement, my will is that they be paid them
    before the apprasement of my Estate ~ Item Where Walter Davis left in my care a
    large black Walnut Table Oval made for my Daughter Anne, I will that the same be
    hers & not appraised in my Estate. Item I give and bequeath to my son Clement
    one young gray gelding. ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Albane, my writing
    Desk ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Bernard, one gray stone Coult & a pr
    of silver Clasps. Item I give and bequeath to my son Gaberil one hanging Leaf
    Square Walnut Table ~ Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary a feather
    Bed, and furniture, to be paid her of the value of my second best Bed &
    furniture ~ Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Bibiana a Black Walnut Oval
    Table ~ Item I give and bequeath to my son Aldebert, one Horse called Jack Gray
    colored ~ Item I give & bequeath to my Daughter Immaranchaeunor, Sining wheel ~
    Item whereas my wife is now with child, I give and bequeath to the child unborn
    one Choat ~ Item where the Sundry Legacies above mentioned are of an Equal Value
    my will is that all the Legacies that are of Less value, than the best be made
    up equal out of my Estate, and the Remaining part of my Estate be Equally
    Divided amongst all my Children. Item and to the true performance of this my
    Last will and Testament I nominate Constitute ordain & appoint, my son Joseph
    Newton, my solo Executor, In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand, and
    affixed my seal, this 30th June Anno que Dom 1760.~~~~~~~

    Clement Newton (((seal)))

    Signed Sealed and delivered
    In the presence of us
    Samll Abell Jnr
    Leonard X Brown

    November 5th 1760
    Then Samll Abell Jnr & Leonard Brown the subscribing witnesses to the forgoing
    will being dualy and solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangels of almighty God depose
    and say that they, Saw the Testator Clement Newton Sign the foregoing will and
    heard him publish and declare the same to be his Last will and Testament that at
    the time of his sodoing he was to, the best of their apprehension of sound and
    disposing mind and memory, and that they subscribed their Respective names as
    witnesses to the Sd will in the presence of the said Testator and at his
    request.
    Sworn to before me, Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Of St. Mary's County~~~~~~~~~~~~

    The Day and year above said the deceased widow
    Made her Election, and takes her thirds,
    Certified by me Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss
    of St. Mary's County~~~~~~
    665W
    ********************************************************************************
    *******************************
    Transcribed by Judith A. Burger February 1, 2001 from a photocopy of the
    original court record, Libra: T.A.I., page: 399-400, obtained from Norma I.
    Dawson, Register of Wills, St. Mary's County, Maryland. The photocopy was good
    and the writing legible. I made no corrections of any kind.

    Notes:
    NEWTON, CLEMENT, St. Mary's Co. 30 Jun, 1760; 4 Nov, 1760
    To son Joseph Newton, my lands, whereas Thomas Newton left in my care, 2 heifers, one for my son Joseph, and one for my son Clement, my desire is that they be given them before the appraisement of my estate.
    Where Walter Davis left in my care a large black walnut table, made for my dau. Ann, I desire same be hers, not appraised in my estate.
    My son Clement,
    To son Albane, my desk.
    To son Barnard, one coult.
    To son Gabriel, furniture.
    To daus. Mary and Bibiana, furniture.
    To sons Adelbert, one horse.
    To dau. Immaranchaanner one linnen wheel.
    To unborn child, some furniture.
    Ex: Son Joseph Newton.
    Wit: Samuel Abell, Jr., Leonard Brown. 31.113

    Clement Newton 71.166 SM 69.5.2 Nov 4 1760 Mar 4 1761
    Appraisers: Samuel Abell, Samuel Abell, Sr.
    Creditors: John Barclay, John Eden (sheriff).
    Next of kin: Richard Newton, John Newton.
    Administrator/Executor: Joseph Newton.

    Clement Newton 48.394 A SM 69.5.2 24.18.9 Aug 8 1762
    Received from: Ignatius Jarboe, John Hazel.
    Payments to: Norman Bruce for Glasfold & Co., John Barclay, Daniel Dulany, Esq. paid to John Eden, John Eden.
    Executor: Joseph Newton.

    Clement Newton 3.165 D SM 128.0.2 Aug 8 1762
    Legatees: Clement Newton, Albane, Barnard, Gabriel, Mary, Bibiana, Adalbert, Immaranchanner, "child (unnamed) his wife (unnamed) is big with".
    Distribution to: Widow (unnamed, 1/3). Residue to: Clement Newton, Albane Newton, Barnard Newton, Gabriel Newton, Mary Newton, Bibiana Newton, Immaranchanner Newton, "child (unnamed) his wife (unnamed) is big with".
    Executor: Joseph Newton.

    Will of Clement NEWTON (1760); St. Mary's County, Maryland
    Signed: June 30, 1760
    Proved: November 5, 1760
    The Last Will of Clement Newton
    In the name of God Amen. I Clement Newton of St. Mary's County being sick and weak of body but of sound and perfect sense, and memory and Considering the uncertainty of this Life, in order to prepare for a better, I have thought proper to make this, my Last will, and Testament, and Revoking all other will or wills, heretofore by me made or said to be made either verbal or in writing I ordain and appoint this and no other to be my, Last will and Testament, & first of all I bequeath my soul to God who gave it, And my body to the Earth from whence it was taken to be buried in such decent and Christian Like manner as to my Executor here after to be appointed, Shall seem meet; and of what worldly goods the Lord has been pleased to Send me I have thought proper to dispose of in the manner following ~ that is to say ~
    Item Imprimis I give and bequeath to my several Creditors their Just Claims ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Joseph Newton all my Lands.
    Item Whereas Thomas Newton Left in my care two Heifers, one for my son Joseph and one for my son Clement, my will is that they be paid them before the apprasement of my Estate ~
    Item Where Walter Davis left in my care a large black Walnut Table Oval made for my Daughter Anne, I will that the same be hers & not appraised in my Estate.
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Clement one young gray gelding. ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Albane, my writing Desk ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Bernard, one gray stone Coult & a pr of silver Clasps. ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Gaberil one hanging Leaf Square Walnut Table ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary a feather Bed, and furniture, to be paid her of the value of my second best Bed & furniture ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my Daughter Bibiana a Black Walnut Oval Table ~
    Item I give and bequeath to my son Aldebert, one Horse called Jack Gray colored ~
    Item I give & bequeath to my Daughter Immaranchaeunor, Sining wheel ~
    Item whereas my wife is now with child, I give and bequeath to the child unborn one Choat ~
    Item where the Sundry Legacies above mentioned are of an Equal Value my will is that all the Legacies that are of Less value than the best be made up equal out of my Estate, and the Remaining part of my Estate be Equally Divided amongst all my Children.
    Item and to the true performance of this my Last will and Testament I nominate Constitute ordain & appoint, my son Joseph Newton, my solo Executor,
    In witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand, and affixed my seal, this 30th June Anno que Dom 1760.~~~~~~~
    Clement Newton (((seal)))
    Signed Sealed and delivered In the presence of us Samll Abell Jnr; Leonard X Brown
    November 5th 1760
    Then Samll Abell Jnr & Leonard Brown the subscribing witnesses to the forgoing will being dualy and solemnly sworn on the Holy Evangels of almighty God depose and say that they Saw the Testator Clement Newton Sign the foregoing will and heard him publish and declare the same to be his Last will and Testament that at the time of his sodoing he was, to the best of their apprehension of sound and disposing mind and memory, and that they subscribed their Respective names as witnesses to the Sd will in the presence of the said Testator and at his request.
    Sworn to before me, Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss Of St. Mary's County~~~~~~~~~~~~
    The Day and year above said the deceased widow Made her Election, and takes her thirds, Certified by me Tho. Aisquith Depty Comiss of St. Mary's County~~~~~~
    665W
    ********************************************************************************
    Transcribed by Judith A. Burger February 1, 2001 from a photocopy of the original court record, Libra: T.A.I., page: 399-400, obtained from Norma I. Dawson, Register of Wills, St. Mary's County, Maryland. The photocopy was good and the writing legible. I made no corrections of any kind.

    Sent: Saturday, March 29, 2008 6:19 PM
    From: "donald drury" ddrury5840@sbcglobal.net>
    To: mdstmary@rootsweb.com>
    Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Clement Newton
    Linda,
    If you have Clement Newton (s/o Thomas and Susanna Howard) marrying Jemima Thomas in 1776-8 then who is the Clement Newton who is the father of Emerentia Bibianna Newton?
    I thought the Clement f/o Bibianna was the s/o Thomas and Susanna.
    Don Drury
    Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 09:02:54 -0400
    From: "Linda Reno" lindareno@comcast.net>
    To: mdstmary@rootsweb.com>
    Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Clement Newton
    No, he was the son of Thomas Newton, Jr. and his wife, Elizabeth.
    Will of Thomas Newton, Sr., SMC, 12/4/1741-12/6/1741. Son: Thomas; Grandsons: Clement and Joseph; Wife: Katherine; Daughter-in-law: Elizabeth; and To: Eleanor Leake and John Henning, personalty including tobacco due from Widow Hailer (Hazel) and her sons ____and Walter Dallis (Davis). This will was given orally to James Brown and Lydia Raley the day before testator died. NOTE: Widow makes her election and claims legal 1/3. (Note: John Henning married Ann Hazel, dau. of Elizabeth Hazel named in his will).
    Linda

    Date: Mon, 31 Mar 2008 19:20:46 -0700
    From: " Norma Lundgren" nlndgrn@sbcglobal.net>
    To: mdstmary@rootsweb.com>
    Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Clement Newton
    Linda,
    In response to the comment "I thought the Clement f/o Bibianna was the s/o Thomas and Susanna", why do you say "No, he was the son of Thomas Newton, Jr. and his wife, Elizabeth", then follow that comment with the abstract of the will of Thomas who was married to Catherine?
    Could the "Daughter-in-law Elizabeth Newton" to whom Thomas refers be the wife of his son, Clement?
    Norma
    I cited the will of Thomas Newton (1741) because he names his son, Thomas; his daughter-in-law Elizabeth; and his grandson Clement. If Elizabeth had been Clement's wife, I don't think he would have referred to her as his daughter-in-law. Most likely he would have called her Elizabeth, wife of my grandson, Clement.
    Linda Reno
    Linda, Thank you for the information and quick response.
    I think I'm getting confused. My question was more like "why did you call Thomas 'Jr.' and name his wife as Elizabeth when his will names her Katherine"?
    Thomas, in his 4 Dec 1741 will, names his grandsons, Clement and Joseph, and gives them personality which my abstract doesn't itemize, but the transcription I posted shows they got a heifer apiece. Clement, in his 4 June 1760 will, names his sons Joseph and Clement and says that "Thomas Newton left in my care two heifers" one for each. Aren't these not the same Clement and Joseph?
    Clement also states "Walter Davis left in my care a large walnut table for my daughter, Ann." Clement ALSO names a daughter Bibiana and a daughter Immaranchanner. I thought he had all three and Ann married Philip Drury.
    Also, it wasn't necessarily Thomas calling Elizabeth "daughter-in-law" but the people who testified to his spoken word.
    Norma

    Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2008 21:37:20 -0400
    From: "Linda Reno" lindareno@comcast.net>
    To: "Norma Lundgren" nlndgrn@sbcglobal.net>, mdstmary@rootsweb.com>
    Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Clement Newton
    Hi,
    Agree that Clement and Joseph Newton were the same people named in the wills of Thomas Newton and of Clement Newton.
    The will of Thomas Newton (1741) calls his wife Katherine and she was the executor of his estate.
    7/5/1743: Admin. accts. of Thomas Newton, SMC. Sureties: Thomas Newton, Clement Newton. Received from: Elizabeth Hazel, Walter Davis, Paul Eaton.Exec: Catherine Newton.
    The only child that Thomas Newton names in this will is his son, Thomas. My "assumption" is that Elizabeth, named as a daughter-in-law of Thomas Newton,Sr., must have been the wife of Thomas Newton, Jr.
    Are you thinking that Clement Newton (d. 1760) was a son rather than a grandson of Thomas Newton, Sr.? I think you're right. That leaves Elizabeth open to question. Wife of Thomas? Wife of Clement? Wife of a son who has predeceased Thomas, Sr.?
    Then we have the administration accounts of Clement Newton in which his NOK are listed as Richard and John Newton. They're not his sons. His brothers? Uncles? I think that may be the case.
    John Newton died before November 24, 1762. Notes on John Newton (who married Monica Jarboe, widow of Robert Elliott).
    Admin. accts. of Mr. Robert Elliott 11/16/1737 by Execs., John Newton and his wife, Monica (Skinner).

    Admin. accts. of Robert Elliott 9/3/1740 by Adm: Monica Newton, wife of John
    Newton.

    11/24/1762: Admin. accts. of John Newton, SMC. Next of kin: Richard and
    Thomas Newton. Exec: Monica Newton.

    6/8/1763: Admin. accts. of John Newton, SMC. Payments to: Normand Bruce.
    Admx.: Monica Newton. (Admin. accts. of the Prerogative Court of Maryland,
    Libers, 46-51, 1760-1764 by V. L. Skinner, Jr.). NOTE: This record is not
    on CD #206.

    Then we have Richard Newton:

    12/14/1741-12/22/1741. Admin. accts. of Thomas Newton, SMC. Appraisers:
    Nicholas Mills and Samuel Abell. NOK: John Newton and Richard Newton.
    Admx.: Catherine Newton (Skinner).

    11/4/1760: Admin. accts. of Clement Newton, SMC. Appraisers: Samuel
    Abell, Samuel Abell, Sr. Creditors: John Barclay, John Eden (Sheriff).
    NOK: Richard Newton, John Newton, Exec: Joseph Newton (son).

    11/24/1762: Admin. accts. of John Newton, SMC. Next of kin: Richard and
    Thomas Newton. Exec: Monica Newton.

    Linda Reno

    Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2008 11:04:46 -0400
    From: "Linda Reno" lindareno@comcast.net>
    To: mdstmary@rootsweb.com>
    Subject: Re: [MDSTMARY] Richard Langhorne CLARKE
    I have nothing on any of them except Joseph Newton who was the son of Clement Newton (d. 1760).
    Linda Reno
    Descendants of Clement Newton
    Generation No. 1
    1. CLEMENT3 NEWTON (THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Bef. 1720 in St. Mary's Co., MD, and died 1760 in St. Mary's Co., MD.
    Children of CLEMENT NEWTON are:
    i. JOSEPH4 NEWTON, b. Bef. 1737, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1771; m. MILDRED, Bef. 1763, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. Bef. 1748; d. Aft. 1771.
    ii. ALBAN (ALBIAN) NEWTON, b. Bef. 1742, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Bef. 23 Feb 1790, St. Mary's Co., MD; m. MARY ANN (MARIA) PIKE, 30 Mar 1773, St. Fr. Xav. RCC, Compton, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. 1753, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1790.
    iii. BERNARD NEWTON, b. Bef. 1749, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1790, St. Mary's Co., MD; m. (1) MARY PAYNE, 11 Dec 1769, St. Fr. Xav. RCC, Compton, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. Bef. 1754, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Bet. 1771 - 1774, St. Mary's Co., MD; m. (2) MARY ANN "MOLLY" GREENWELL, 08 Feb 1775, St. Fr. Xav. RCC, Compton, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. Bet. 1751 - 1754, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1777, St. Mary's Co., MD.
    iv. EMERENTIA BIBIANNA NEWTON, b. Bet. 1750 - 1755, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1795; m. PHILIP DRURY, 04 Sep 1770, St. Fr. Xav. RCC, Compton, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. 1750, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. 09 Jan 1795, St. Mary's Co.,
    MD.
    v. GABRIEL NEWTON, b. Bef. 1755, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. 1808, Washington, D.C.; m. HENRIETTA BAILEY?, 25 Oct 1775, St. Fr. Xav. RCC, Compton, St. Mary's Co., MD; b. Bef. 1749, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1808, Washington, D.C..
    vi. ADELBERT (DELBERT) NEWTON, b. Bef. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1790.
    vii. ANN NEWTON, b. Bef. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD.
    viii. CLEMENT NEWTON, JR., b. Bef. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1762.
    ix. IMMARANCHAANAR NEWTON, b. Bef. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1762.
    x. MARY NEWTON, b. Bef. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD; d. Aft. 1762.
    xi. NEWTON, b. 1760, St. Mary's Co., MD.

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  • _TMPLT:
  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 1
  • Birth: 1718 in St. Mary's Co., Maryland
  • Death: 5 NOV 1760 in St. Mary's Co., Maryland
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  • FIELD:
  • Name: Page 2



    Father: Thomas Newton b: 1695 in St. Mary's Co., Maryland
    Mother: Katherine

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth
    • Married: BEF 1737 in St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    Children
    1. Has Children Joseph Newton b: ABT 1740 in St. Mary's, Maryland
    2. Has Children Clement Newton b: ABT 1742 in , St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    3. Has No Children Anne Newton b: ABT 1744 in , St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    4. Has Children Alban Newton b: 1750 in St. Mary's Co., Maryland
    5. Has No Children Bernard Newton b: ABT 1750 in , St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    6. Has No Children Gabriel Newton b: ABT 1752 in St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    7. Has Children Emerentia Bibiana Ann Newton b: ABT 1756 in , St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    8. Has No Children Aldebert Newton b: ABT 1758 in , St. Mary's, Maryland, USA
    9. Has No Children Bibiana Newton
    10. Has No Children Immaranchaeunor Newton

    Sources:
    1. Abbrev: GEDCOM File : madagtenet.ged
      Title: GEDCOM File : madagtenet.ged
      Name: Footnote
      Name: ShortFootnote
      Name: Bibliography
      Repository:
      • Abbrev: Will - St. Mary's County, Maryland
        Title: St. Mary's Families, Will - St. Mary's County, Maryland
        Name: Footnote
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