Bloomsdale: Sketches of the Old-time Home of the John Newbold Family: With Genealogical Notes
Bloomsdale Mansion, built in 1752 at Bristol-on-Delaware in New Jersey, was the family home of John Newbold (1772-1841). John, a descendant of Michael Newbold, founder of the family in the United States, married Elizabeth Lawrie in 1795.
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Newbold Family Notes
Account of the Double Wedding at Bloomsdale
One of the Marriage Certificates
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