|Relationship to me:||Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandmother||Gen -9|
|Father:||Sir Charles Harbord||1596-1679|
|Mother:||Mary or Maria, da. of Jan van Aelst of Sandwich, Kent|
|Brothers:||John - m. Catherine Rous||d. 1710|
|Sisters:||Catherine - m. Thomas Wright|
|Married:||Col Richard Newman||1634 - 1690|
|Children:||Richard Newman of Evercreech Park||1650 - 1682|
|Elizabeth m. (1) Thomas Warre (2) Edward Scott||1653 - before 1685|
|Frances m. John Oxenham Jan 1676 at Westminster||c.1655 - ????|
|Anne Christianna m. Sir William Honeywood Bart. of Elmstead 15 July 1675||1667 - 1736|
|Thomas||???? - 1668|
|Francis Holles Newman||1671 - 1714|
|According to Harold Biggs' researches, there was another unnamed daughter who died 23 July 1673.|
Anne Harbord of Stannington, Norfolk, was the daughter of Sir Charles Harbord, Surveyor General to King Charles I and King Charles II and ancestor of the Baronets of Gunton (see anecdote below). It was Anne who once owned the Newman-Rogers Bible. She and Col. Richard made the first entry into its fly-leaf dated 1685 and signed their names therein.
Di Clements quotes from Somerset Wills Fifth Series relating to Anne Harbord's will: "1690 Ann Newman. wo Richard esq. Richard N. heir of Richard deceased, husband of testatrix and Anne Warre consenting. Grand -daughter Anne Warre £500 at 18. If she dies to Wm and Elizabeth her siblings.Thomas Warre her brother. [No mention of Dorothy Warre who is mentioned in Richard Newman's 1681 will. Perhaps she died before 1690, or perhaps she wasn't a daughter of Elizabeth.] Grand-daughter Barbara N £200; if she dies then to her sister Ann [Barbara and Ann, both daughters of Richard Newman of Evercreech] then to my grand-daughters Frances and Catherine Scott [daughters of Elizabeth and her second husband]. Son Francis Hollis Newman £200 at 21 If he dies to my grandsons John, William and Richard Oxenham. My son Francis. To my husband my great jewel. Daughter Scott my best Diamond ring. My grandson Richd N. grandson Wm Honeywood daughter Honeywood."