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WILLIAM HENRY NEW (JETHRO3, JOHN2, ROBERT1) was born 28 October 1784 in Guilford Co. NC, and died Bef. 12 September 1825 in Grant Co. KY. He married SUSAN DORIS BAKER in Gallatin Co. KY, daughter of JAMES BAKER and PHAREBY MURPHY. She was born 1787 in North Carolina.
Notes for WILLIAM HENRY NEW:
Grant County News, Footsteps of the Past, June 19, 1997
New Family/Sipple Family - Author Beryl S. Litsey
Jethro and Sarah Bowman New were raised and married in Kent
Jethro New had served in the American Revolution under Captain Dolliver where he guarded and witnessed the hanging of the British spy, Major John Andre. Jethro and Sarah had moved to Guilford Co. NC where were born their daughter Elizabeth, who would marry William Harrod and their son William H.
William H. New who was born October 28, 1774 married Susannah Baker, daughter of Moses Baker, who would later reside in the area that would become Owen County. William H. and Susannah were residing in Pendleton County in 1813 where they had received land grants totaling 950 acres in the vicinity of Eagle and Ten Mile Creeks. This area would become part of Grant County. William H. sold 196 acres to his brother in law John W. Sipple and 93 acres including a grist mill to John Ford. William H. and Susannah had nine children (1) James B. born 1805 NC married Frances______; (2) Jethro born 1806 NC died 1818 (3) Greenberry born 1807 NC, married December 13, 1827 Mahala Baker; (4) John B. born 1808 married Nancy Lawrence (5) Elizabeth born 1810 Pendleton Co. married December 22, 1824 to Henry Bowman Sipple (6) Belinda born 1814 Pendleton, married June 13, 1834 to Joseph Webster (7) William H.B. born 1818 Pendleton County, married February 5, 1846 Phoebe Webster (8) Moses born 1820 Grant County married March 20, 1846 to Juriah Webster and (9) Susannah born 1823 Grant Co.
William H. New was killed near his home in 1825. The assailants are unknown but legend says he was killed by Indians. His widow, Susannah Baker New became the second wife of John Ford.
Pendleton County October 16, 1815 a deed to William New for 360 acres on Eagle Creek-Bk Q page 497.
Estate Settlement of William New: Payments made to Susannah New, James Hampton, James Elliston and Henry B. Sipple. Susannah New guardian to James, Belinda, Susannah, William and Moses New. June 1827 Book A, page 186. Lands given to: Greenberry M. New, William Henry Harrison New, Belinda New, Susannah New, Moses Scott New, John B. New, Henry Sipple and James New. Dower rights to Widow. September 23, 1825 Book A, page 264.
William New is listed in Pendleton Co. Order Book B as delinquent in his
taxes for 1813. He is listed under the column of 'where removed to' as
'never given in district'.
From Janet Pease's county record abstracts:
Part of WIlliam New's estate sale, recorded on 12 Sep 1825, on p. 94, Grant Co.
Probate book A.
From Book A, p. 307: An accounting for Belinda and William H. New, heirs
of Wm New, dec'd. It includes receipts from H. Sipple dated 25 Oct
1827. Mentions G.M. New, J.B. New, H. Sipple as legatees of Wm New
dec'd. Mentions a deed of relinquishment from John Scott. Mentions
H.B. Sipple as guardian of B. and B.W. New. Mentions a payment to
Roland Sutton for 'land that was lost'.
dated 24 Jan 1831.
1810 NEW WILLIAM Gallatin County KY 187 30100-10100-01 Federal Population Schedule KY 1810 Federal Census Index KYS1a2280381
1820 NEW WILLIAM Grant County KY 142 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule KY 1820 Federal Census Index KY35354095
These tax lists were abstracted from the microfilm at the LDS Library and Janet Pease Grant Co Abstracted Court Records, Volume XI.
Jacob 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1825, 1826, 1827, 1828, 1829
James B. 1827, 1828, 1829
Susannah 1825, 1826, 1827
William 1820, 1821, 1822, 1823, 1824, 1829
Notes for SUSAN DORIS BAKER:
Proof that Susannah was Susan Baker:
James Baker died in 1838 in Gallatin County, Kentucky. In 1841, there was a suit filed in Owen County, Kentucky Circuit Court.
1841. John B. Orr against James Baker's heirs. To the honorable Judge of the Owen Circuit Court in Chancery sitting, orator John B. Orr would respectfully state that Harris Hicks had a patent for 1, 000 acres of land in Owen County, Kentucky that he sold and conveyed out of the same 468 3/4 acres to James Baker as will appear from an extract of the deed here filed marked (A) and prayed to be made part of this bill and which sets forth the boundary that said tract of land adjoins Bell's place, that James Baker assigned and sold the said tract to Greenwood Shelton and Shelton assigned and sold the same to Ray Sidebottom, who sold the same to your orator as will fully appear from the various assignees must on this paper here filed marked (B) and prayed to be made a part of this bill. Your orator would state that he now has the possession of said land and the object of this bill is to obtain the title from the heirs of James Baker, dec'd, that the said James Baker who purchased from Harris Hicks the aforesaid tract of land, died intestate in Gallatin County, Kentucky about three years since and that the following children, viz: Nathan Baker, Isaac Baker, Jonathan Baker, John Baker, Samuel Baker, Joseph Baker, Jesse Baker, Wilson Baker, Moses Baker and Patsey his wife, Susan Ford who with Ray Sidebottom and Greenwood Shelton are prayed to be made defendents to this bill....etc.
The Moses Baker named as an heir was the son of Moses Baker and he was the husband of Patsey Baker who was the daughter of James Baker. Moses and Patsey's marriage is recorded in Gallatin Co. KY and James Baker wrote the letter of consent for his daughter Patsey to marry Moses Baker, Jr.
Order Book A of Grant County, Kentucky, page 222, January 1828:
Application of Susanna Ford (later mentions that John Ford Sr. is her present husband), late Susanna New, that she be removed as guardian of her children, Belinda New, William B. New, Susannah New, and Moses S. New; and that Henry B. Sipple be appointed guardian to Belinda and William B. New. Securities: Thomas Wilson and William Arnold Sr. Greenberry M. New was appointed guardian of Susannah New and Moses S. New. Securities: John Marksberry and William Arnold Sr.
More About SUSAN DORIS BAKER:
Will: Will written, Book B page 277.
Children of WILLIAM NEW and SUSAN BAKER are:
9. i. JAMES BERT5 NEW, b. 22 June 1805, North Carolina; d. 4 June 1851, Graves Co. KY.
ii. JETHRO NEW, b. 1806; d. 1818, Pendleton Co. KY.
10. iii. GREENBERRY M. NEW, b. 23 November 1806, Pendleton district, North Carolina; d. 16 May 1860, Ballard Co. KY.
11. iv. JOHN B. NEW, b. 1808, North Carolina.
12. v. ELIZABETH NEW, b. 1810, Pendleton Co. KY.
13. vi. BELINDA NEW, b. 1814, Pendleton Co. KY.
14. vii. WILLIAM HENRY BOWMAN NEW, b. 1818, Pendleton Co. KY.
15. viii. MOSES SCOTT NEW, b. 1820, Grant Co. KY; d. 16 February 1890, Grant Co. KY.
ix. SUSANNAH NEW, b. 1823, Grant Co. KY.