During the 16th and 17th centuries many families bearing various forms of the same name, Newbery, can be found to have resided in the county of Devon in England. The origins of these families as one has long since been speculated yet never proven adequately with evidence. Their ancestry has been previously thought to come from the noble Newburgh family of Winfrith and Lulworth in Dorset. Before settling in Dorset, said Newburgh family descended from the first of their name and the first Earl of Warwick, Henry de Newburgh. This avenue of speculation is grounded in the finding that the spelling variants closely associated with Newbery (Newbury and Newberry), have been noted as a variant to 'Newburgh'.
This report pronounces new research regarding the topic and submits a fresh and most logical understanding of how the Newbery families descended from the Newburgh family.
You've purchased this product
See it in your libraryView in Library
We charged your card and sent you a receipt
You'll need an account to access this in our app. Please create a password to continue.
Download from the App Store or text yourself a link to the app
Good news! Since you already have a Gumroad account, it's also been added to your library.