Simon Newcombe1662 - 1745 (83 years)
Name Simon Newcombe  Born 1662 Edgartown, MA  Gender Male Died 20 Jan 1744/45 Lebanon, CT  Person ID I6929 My Genealogy Last Modified 27 Feb 2017
Father Andrew Newcomb, b. 1640, Edgartown, MA , d. 20 Aug 1706, Edgartown, MA (Age 66 years) Relationship natural Mother Sarah Young, b. 1642, Kittary, MA , d. 1674, Edgartown, MA (Age 32 years) Relationship natural Married Abt 1661 Sandwich, MA Family ID F1281 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family Deboarah Lathrop, b. 1664, Edgartown, MA , d. 17 Jun 1756, Lebanon, CT (Age 92 years) Married 1687 Edgartown, MA  Children 1. Thomas Newcomb, b. 1691, Edgartown, MA , d. 1761, Dutchess County, NY (Age 70 years) [natural] 2. Obadiah Newcomb, b. 1695, Edgartown, MA , d. 04 May 1761, Hebron, CT (Age 66 years) [natural] 3. Hezekiah Newcomb, b. 1693, d. 1772 (Age 79 years) [natural] 4. Andrew Newcomb, b. 1680, d. 1748 (Age 68 years) [natural] 5. Deborah Newcomb, b. 1682 [natural] 6. Rebecca Newcomb, b. 1684 [natural] 7. Joanna Newcomb, b. 1685 [natural] 8. John Newcomb, b. 1688, d. 1765 (Age 77 years) [natural] 9. Sarah Newcomb, b. 1698 [natural] 10. Benjamin Newcomb, b. 1700, d. 1774 (Age 74 years) [natural] 11. Elizabeth Newcomb, b. 1701, d. 1727 (Age 26 years) [natural] 12. Simeon Newcomb, b. 1705, d. 1774 (Age 69 years) [natural] Last Modified 27 Feb 2017 Family ID F1220 Group Sheet | Family Chart
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- 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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