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Name Beverly
Other Names (Sir) (2nd Baronet of Kenagh)
Surname (Maiden) Newcombe
Gender Male
Date Of Birth 158*/00/00
Date Of Christning 0000/00/00
Date Of Death 1637/04/28 Passage, County Waterford

Notes:
Sir Beverly Newcombe gained the title of 2nd Baronet of Kenagh on the 28 Sep 1629, when his father passed away.
I Suspect the The 3rd Baronet of Kenagh, Thomas Newcombe was Sir Beverly's Son, and perhaps because Thomas never had sons, and passed away before his uncle Robert, Robert became the 4th Baronet. Before I make such an entry into the database, I'm looking for some confirmation of Thomas' parents first.
Also Some background on Baronet's, is that they are traditionally passed on from Father to Son, on the fathers passing, which further complicated this.



Parent : Father Robert (Sir) (1st Baronet of Kenagh) Newcombe (1551/00/00 - 1629/09/28)
Parent : Mother Catherine (Molyneux) Newcombe (155?/00/00 - 1621/00/00)
SiblingsSpouce
Judith (Newcombe) Ussher (158?/00/00 - 1652/00/00) Arthur Ussher (1588/00/00 - 1628/00/00)
Robert (Sir) (4th Baronet of Kenagh) Newcombe (1596/00/00 - 1668/08/12) Catherine (Verschoyle) Newcombe (1604/00/00 - 0000/00/00)
Frances (Newcombe) Stewart (161?/00/00 - 0000/00/00) William Stewart (1623/00/00 - 1647/00/00)

Spouse  
Margaret (Ussher) Newcombe (158*/00/00 - 0000/00/00)
Married : 0000/00/00 :
Divorced : 0000/00/00 :
Unknown (Neill) Newcombe (158*/00/00 - 0000/00/00)
Married : 0000/00/00 :
Divorced : 0000/00/00 :

ChildrenSpouce
Thomas (Sir) (3rd Baronet of Kenagh) Newcombe (1626/00/00 - 1642/04/29) (N/A)
     


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There are several different spellings for the Newcombe surname, Mostly:
NEWCOMBE, NEWCOMEN, NEWCOME, NEWCOMB, NEUCOME, NUCOME, NEWCUM
Within family groups each child could have a slightly different spelling of the name, Often dependent on who and where it was written. To simplify the Database, All derivatives of the surname is entered simply as NEWCOMBE. I know it might sound biased towards how it is spelled here in South Africa, but it is also how many other Genealogy pages group the surname too.
Also where ever possible I've tried to keep references to the persons in the notes with the original spelling.

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genealogy(at)newcombe.co.za

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