|Relationship to me:||Second Cousin 6 Times Removed||Gen -6|
|Born||c.1698 (parents married 1696)|
|Died||1774 (from Burke's Commoners p112)|
|Mother:||Anne Toll (née Newman)||1678 - ????|
|Brothers:||Ashburnham Toll||c.1700 -.1771|
|Charles (from Burke's Commoners p112)|
|Frederick (from Burke's Commoners p112)|
|Married:||probably the Mary Toll mentioned in Frances Newman's will.|
|Children:||Ashburnham Newman Toll d. unmarried||d. 5 Jan 1800|
|Mary m. John Bulley of Reading, surgeon (from Burke's Commoners p112)|
|Jane m. John Aldridge of Lincoln's Inn, gent (from Burke's Commoners p112)|
Note: Edmund's name does not appear in either: John Hutchin's History of Dorset or in Geoff Newman's "Family History of Ashburnham Cecil Newman. However Mary Bulley is mentioned in Frances Newman's will being the recipient of the dividends and interest from a £500 trust fund, to be "at her own sole and separate disposal .... for her own sole and separate use and benefit without being subject or liable to the power control debts or engagements of her present or any future Husband", these payments to be ongoing and shared between her offspring after her death. Likewise Edmund's son Ashburnham and his descendants were to receive the dividends and interest from a trust fund of £4000.
According to Burke's Commoners p112 Frederick Toll was the father of Rev. John Toll of Kings Clear who married but died without issue.