Anne Christianna Honeywood (née Newman)
c1655 - 1736

 Relationship to me: Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Aunt Gen -8
Born c1655  
Died 1736  
Age ~80  
Father:      Richard Newman of Fifehead 1620 - 1695
Mother: Anne Harbord (m. c,1649) 1634 - 1690
Brothers: Richard Newman of Evercreech Park 1650 - 16823
Charles Harbord 1667-1683
  Thomas ???? - 1668
  Francis Holles Newman 1671 - 1714
Sisters: Elizabeth m. (1) Thomas Warre Jul 1672 at Westminster and (2) Edward Scott m.1681 see National Archives 1653 -after 1695
  Frances m. John Oxenham Jan 1676 at Westminster 1659 - after 1695
  According to Harold Biggs' researches, there was another unnamed daughter who died 23 July 1673.
Married: Sir William Honeywood Bart. of Elmstead - m. 15 July 1675 d. 1745
Children: Anne  

Notes: Almost all of the information given above comes from the 1695 Codicil to the Will of Richard Newman (1620-1695). See also transcript of the Codicil and summary of the transcript.

Earlier information recorded about Anne Christianna is as follows:

  1. She married Sir William Honeywood Bart. of Elmstead (or Evington, according to Somerset County Council), in Westminster Abbey on 15th June 1675. Her descendants can be found on Tony Newman's "GEDCOM" file: Fifehead.ged. According to her mother's will, there were at least two children, William and a daughter. Her marriage and offspring are also described at
  2. Raymond Mercier wrote on 3rd Aug 2002 to say: "I came across a web site relevant to the Honywood family. This is is about the Church in Elmstead, where there is "On a brass plate: Here lieth the body of Sir William HONYWOOD Baronet who died the 8th of June 1745 in the 94th year of his age". On the road map all I see is Elmsted (not Elmstead) in Kent.

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