FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
THOMAS NEWALL AND
MARGERIE COOKE


Thomas Newall was born in about 1585 of Cleobury Mortimer, the son of Thomas Newell and Joyse Nashe. Thomas married Margerie Cooke 13 May 1612 in Stottesdon, Shropshire. Thomas was a corvisor - a shoemaker or leather worker.


Thomas Newall marriage

Marriage record for Thomas Newall and Margerie Cooke in Stotteston:
"Thomas Newall & Margerie Cooke were marryed together the xiijth day of May: anno predicto"


Margerie was christened 22 December 1588 in Stottesdon, with no parents listed. She is most likely the daughter of Thomas Cooke and Margaret Wever.


Margerie Cooke baptism

Baptism record for Margerie Cooke in Stottesdon:
"Mathewe Nichols of ffarlowe and Margery Cooke were baptized the xxijth of December"



Thomas died and was buried 2 August 1655 in Cleobury Mortimer.


Thomas Newall burial

Burial record for Thomas Newall in Cleobury Mortimer:
"Thomas Newall of Cleobury Mortimer, shoomaker was buryed the second day of August 1655"



Thomas and Margerie had the following children:


1. Thomas, christened 18 July 1617 in Cleobury Mortimer; married Ann; occupation: shoemaker. Thomas and Ann are mentioned in the will of Anne Bysshopp in 1634 as "my kinswoman Anne Newall the wife of Thomas Newall the yonger, shoemaker".


2. William, christened 22 August 1619 in Cleobury Mortimer.


3. Margaret, christened May 1622 in Cleobury Mortimer.


4. Ales, buried May 1622 in Cleobury Mortimer.


*5. Joyse, christened 21 December 1623 in Cleobury Mortimer; married Humphyey Wattmer; buried 22 November 1684 in Cleobury Mortimer.


Joyse Newall baptism

Baptism record for Joyse Newall in Cleobury Mortimer: "Joyse the daughter of Thomas Newall of Cleobury Mortimer, corvisor
and Margery his wife was baptised the xxith of December 1623"



6. Elizabeth, christened 21 September 1626 in Cleobury Mortimer; married George Wattmer.


7 Margery, christened 7 December 1629 in Cleobury Mortimer; married John Prichard 25 September 1653 in Cleobury Mortimer.


8. An, christened 6 January 1632 in Cleobury Mortimer.



SOURCES: Cleobury Mortimer parish register.



FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
THOMAS NEWALL AND
JOYSE NASHE



Thomas Newall was born in about 1550 of Cleobury Mortimer, the son of John Newall and Elizabeth Cok. Thomas married married Joyse Nashe. Joyse was born in about 1550, the daughter of William Nashe.

Joyse is mentioned in the will of her father William Nashe in 1597, along with her children William, Thomas, Joyse and Alice. Thomas is mentioned in wills in 1585, 1595 and 1605. Thomas Newall is mentioned as owing a ten shilling debt in the will of Richard Haulle in 1592. Thomas is also mentioned in the will of Elizabeth Cook in 1605, when Elizabeth leaves bequests to: "Elles daughter to Thomas Newall my best neckercher and a double cherchiffe. Also to her sister Joyse Newall a double cherchiffe". These are Thomas's daughters Alice and Joyse. She also left a "double cherchife" to Emme Newall, but with no relationship specified.

Joyse died as a widow and was buried 2 February 1619 in Cleobury Mortimer.


Joyse
        Newall burial

Burial record for Joyse Newall in Cleobury Mortimer:
"Joyse Newall widdow was buryed the xxvith day of February 1610"



Thomas and Joyse had the following children:


1. William


*2. Thomas, born in about 1585 of Cleobury Mortimer; married Margerie Cooke 13 May 1612 in Stottesdon; occupation: corvisor; buried 2 August 1655 in Cleobury Mortimer.


3. Joyse


4. Alice, mentioned in the will of her uncle Richard Nashe of Cleobury Mortimer in 1595, when he bequeaths to "Ales Newall one sheepe".


SOURCES: Cleobury Mortimer parish register; Stottesden parish register; will of William Nashe, 1597




FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
JOHN NEWALL AND
ELIZABETH COK




John Newall was born in about 1520 of Cleobury Mortimer, most likely the son of Richard Newall. He was a tailor. John married Elizabeth Cok. Elizabeth was the daughter of Richard Cok, who left a will in 1544. The will mentioned Richard's "sonelaw John Newall". The will of Thomas Dolman of Cleobury Mortimer in 1542 mentions witnesses Richard Newall, John Newall and Robert Newall. Perhaps Richard and Robert were John's brothers.


John died in about 1562, leaving a will:

In the name of God Amen, the xth day of Apprell in the yere (1562), I, John Newall, tayler of the paryshe of Clibury Mortimer within the doces of Hereford, syke in body & perfect in remembrance make my last will & testament as followeth, First, I bequeth my soule unto Allmighty God & to Jesus Chryst my redemer, and my body to be buried in the parishe church yearde of Clibury afforsaid.

Item, I bequeth unto Thomas Newall and Heughe Newall my sones equally to be devided betwixt them iij acres of corne whereof ij of them growith in the Castell dykeffyld & on of them in Peinkred Fild & my cowe.

Item, I bequeth to John Newall my sone xs.

Item, I bequeth unto Richerd Newall my sone one cowe collored Blake with a whit stare in the hede. Item, I bequethe unto Margerie Newall, Elizabeth Newall & Ellonor Newall my daughters & to ether of them on cowe to be pd at the annonciacion of our Lady cumk xij month next after my decease, Elizabeth Newall at that tyme xij month after & Ellinor at that time xij month next after if she soe loung do leve & yf it happen any of my doughters to mary beffor the dayes of delivery of ther kyne then she that shalbe com to have hir cowe deliverd at the day of hir marredge.

Item, I bequeth to Joysse Newall my doughter on calf colored blake & Elzabeth Newall her mother to heve the said calf this ij yers.

Item, I bequeth unto Margeryte Newall my doughter my best pane.

Item, to Elyzabeth Newall my doughter my brases pot.

Item, I bequeth unto Ellinor Newall my doughter my second pott.

Item, I bequeth unto Joise Newall my doughter my therd pott & this pottes & pannes to be deliverd to my forsaid doughters at the deschercion of my wyffe, Thomas Newall & Howghe Newall my sonnes eyther at ther marege or after the decease of Elzabeth Newall there mother.

The residew of all my goodes & cattelles not bequethed, my deptes & legacies performed & payd, I wholly geve and bequeth unto Elzabethe Newall my wyf whom I make my executrix to see this my last will & testament performed with effect & all other testamentes beffore made I utterly abbore & forsake. These being wytnes, Sir Richard Blakon, clarke vicar of Clibury Mortimer, Houmfry Smyth, decon, there with other.




John and Elizabeth had the following children:


*1. Thomas, born in about 1550 of Cleobury Mortimer; married Joyse Nashe. Thomas is mentioned as owing a debt in the will of Rafe Warrand of Cleobury Mortimer in 1576.


2. Hugh, buried 9 November1601 in Cleobury Mortimer. Hugh is mentioned as being owed a debt in the will of Rafe Warrand of Cleobury Mortimer in 1576. Hugh is mentioned in the will of Edward Dolman in 1595, when he is left "my best cow".


3. John


4. Richard, buried 25 April 1608 in Cleobury Mortimer. Richard is left in the will of Edward Dolman in 1595, when he is left three shillings. Richard was a witness for the will of Richard Nashe in 1595.


5. Margery


6. Elizabeth


7. Ellinor


8. Joyse



SOURCES: Cleobury Mortimer parish register; will of John Newall of Cleobury Mortimer, 1562; will of Richard Cok of Cleobury Mortimer, 1544; will of Thomas Dolman of Cleobury Mortimer, 1542.



FAMILY GROUP RECORD OF
RICHARD NEWALL



The Lay Subsidy was a tax granted to Henry VIII in 1523 to pay for war with France. Each taxpayer was listed in their township, with the value of their taxable assets. Only one Newall is listed in the Lay Subsidy for Cleobury in 1525 - Richard Newall. He is the only Newall listed in Shropshire in the Lay Subsidy. Richard is likely John Newall's father. The Lay Subsidy lists:

Richard Newall xl.s


Richard had the following children:


*1. John, born in about 1520 of Cleobury Mortimer; married Elizabeth Cok; died about 1562.



SOURCE: Lay Subsidy for Shropshire, 1524-7