Simon Newcombe1662 - 1745
Born 1662 Edgartown, MA  Gender Male Died 20 Jan 1744/45 Lebanon, CT  Person ID I6929 My Genealogy Last Modified 2 Mar 2014
Father Andrew Newcomb, b. 1640, Edgartown, MA , d. 20 Aug 1706, Edgartown, MA Relationship Natural Mother Sarah Young, b. 1642, Kittary, MA , d. 1674, Edgartown, MA Relationship Natural Married Abt 1661 Sandwich, MA Family ID F1281 Group Sheet
Family Deboarah Lathrop, b. 1664, Edgartown, MA , d. 17 Jun 1756, Lebanon, CT Married 1687 Edgartown, MA  Children 1. Thomas Newcomb, b. 1691, Edgartown, MA , d. 1761, Dutchess County, NY 2. Obadiah Newcomb, b. 1695, Edgartown, MA , d. 04 May 1761, Hebron, CT 3. Hezekiah Newcomb, b. 1693, d. 1772 4. Andrew Newcomb, b. 1680, d. 1748 5. Deborah Newcomb, b. 1682 6. Rebecca Newcomb, b. 1684 7. Joanna Newcomb, b. 1685 8. John Newcomb, b. 1688, d. 1765 9. Deborah Newcomb, b. 1697 10. Sarah Newcomb, b. 1698 11. Benjamin Newcomb, b. 1700, d. 1774 12. Elizabeth Newcomb, b. 1701, d. 1727 13. Simeon Newcomb, b. 1705, d. 1774 Family ID F1220 Group Sheet
Event Map Born - 1662 - Edgartown, MA Married - 1687 - Edgartown, MA Died - 20 Jan 1744/45 - Lebanon, CT = Link to Google Maps = Link to Google Earth
- Simon, son of Lieutenant Andrew (2) and Sarah Newcomb, was born about 1666, probably at Kittery, York county, Maine, but possibly on the Isles of Shoals, which lie a few miles out in the Atlantic Ocean from Portsmouth and Kittery. He died at Lebanon, Connecticut, January 20, 1744-45. He was eight years old when the family removed to Martha's Vineyard, and he lived there until 1713. He acquired a great amount of land in Martha's Vineyard, selling most of it, probably when he removed in 1713 to Lebanon, New London county, Connecticut. He was a wealthy and prominent man in Lebanon, where he held many of the town offices. He gave farms to each of his sons except Simon (2), who received a gift of his homestead. His wife, Deborah, whom he married about 1687 and with whom he lived fifty-eight years, died in Lebanon, June 17, 1756, in her ninety-second year. They are both buried in the old cemetery at Lebanon, Connecticut, where their tombstones may still be found, although the inscriptions are difficult to decipher. Children: John, Thomas, see forward, Hezekiah, Obadiah, Deborah, Sarah, Benjamin, Elizabeth and Simon.
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