Here is a list of medieval references for Roger Newburgh who died in 1514. Roger succeeded his brother John in 1485. Roger was the last of the Newburgh's of Winfrith and Lulworth; he had one daughter, but no sons. The daughter married John Marney, an Essex landowner from Layer Marney.

The references are listed in date order. Some of these entries refer to a John Newburgh and a Thomas Newburgh. Thomas could have been Roger's uncle, but it is not obvious who John was - Roger had an uncle John, but we think he had already died. Actual quotes are in italics.

 

# Document Date Text Notes
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 1 pages 17 & 604
11 Oct 1485 John Neuburgh
Died 11 Oct Hen VII. Joan died 12th Oct.
Somerset. By deed indented dated at Northall 27 May 18 Edw IV. John Fitzjames the elder, John Carant the younger, Henry Long, John Fitzjames the younger, Thomas Knoyle the elder, Christopher Wode, John Wyke of Byndon co Devon, Master Henry Sutton clerk, John Savage, William Clavyle, William Chyke, John Calowe and William Assheley gave the under-mentioned manors to the said John Neuburgh and Joan his wife and the heirs of his body. Roger Neuburgh, aged 25 and more, is his brother and heir.
Manor of Northall otherwise called Ile Abbates, worth 30s, held of the lord of Cory Malet. Manor of Moretown, worth 5 marks, held of the lord of North Cory. Manor of Chaddemede worth 3 marks held of Nicholas Bluet lord of Northe Pederton by 5s rent.
Dorset. By deed dated at Est Lulworth 12 Sept 11 Edw IV, John Neuburgh the elder, his grandfather, gave the undermentioned manors hundreds and advowsons of Est Lulworth, Combe Keynes, Wynfryth, Sutton Poyntz, Stokewode and Brodeweye to John Fitzjames and others, his feoffees, who received pardon for acquiring the same by letters patent 8 July 2 Ric III and again 29 Jan 1 Hen VII.
By deed dated at Bradpole 20 Nov 21 Edw IV, his said grandfather gave the undermentioned manor of Bradpole, the water-mill there, and the hundreds of Redehone and Bemyster to John Fitzjames the elder, Master Richard Fitzjames clerk, Henry Long, Master Henry Sutton clk, John Savage, John Neuburgh and Thomas Neuburgh his sons, Thomas Knoyle, John Fitzjames the younger, John Calowe and William Assheley.
The said John Neuburgh the elder died Tuesday after the feast of the Annunciation 1 Ric III and the said John Neuburgh named in the writ was his cousin and heir viz son of William Neuburgh knight his son.
He died Tuesday 11 Oct last. Roger Neuburgh aged 25 and more is his brother and heir.
Dorset. Manor of Est Lulworth, worth 6 marks held of the king by two parts of a knight's fee. Manor of Combe Keynes worth 6 marks held of the king by 1/4 of a knt's fee.
Manor of Wynfryth Neuburgh with the hundred there worth £10 held of the king in chief by service of giving water for the king's hands on Christmas day and he shall have the silver basins from which he gave the water. Manor of Sutton Poyntz with the hundred of Colyfordes Tre, the manor of Stokewode with the advowson of the free chapel there, and a moiety of the manor of Brodewey, with lands and tenements in Rodelond beside Brodewey, worth 20 marks, held of the honor of Gloucester as of the manor of Cranborn.
Manor of Bradpole worth 40 marks held of the Lord Hastynges as of the manor of Chuton co Somerset.
A water-mill in Bradepole worth 20s held of the king in socage by a rent of 6s 8d payable to the sheriff. The hundreds of Redehone and Bemyster worth 100s held of the king by grand serjeanty.
Wilts. By deed dated at Rokeleye 10 Sept 11 Edw IV John Neuburgh the elder esq his grandfather gave the u-m manor to John Fitzjames the elder and others. His said grandfather died Tuesday after the feast of the ann. 1 Ric III, to whom he was heir viz son of William Neuburgh knt his son.
Manor of Rokeley worth 10 marks held of the Abbess of Amysbury.


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He died 8 October 1 Hen VII, seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee. Roger Neuburghe knight is his brother and heir and is aged 40 and more.
Dorset. Manor of Sutton Poynes, worth £24, held of the king as of the honor of Gloucester, by knight-service viz by ½ of a knight's fee. Manor of Wynterbourne Martyn, worth 310, held of the king as of his manor of Mersshewode, by service of ½ of a knight's fee.
Death of John Newburgh in 1485, to be succeeded by his brother, Roger.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 1 page 57
12 Oct 1485 Entry for John Cheverell, who held land in Warmewell [Warmwell] of Roger Neuburgh  
  Patent Rolls [g]
1485-94 page 212
22 Sep 1488 Commission of gaol delivery to the following:
Yevelchestre.—William Hody, knight, John Bykonell, knight, John Fitz James. Roger Neweburgh, John Neweburgh and William Twyneho.
Dorchester.—The same persons.
 
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 1 page 311
8 Feb 1492 Christine Neuburgh widow late the wife of William Neuburgh knt.
Writ 8 feb 7 Hen VII. Roger Neuburgh aged 28+ is her son and heir.
Dorset. By deed indentured dated 30 July 11 Edw IV, she enfeoffed John Fitzjames and John Neuburgh who survive, of the undermentioned manors of Pedel Walteriston
[literally Puddle Waterston, i.e. Waterston Manor near Puddletown] and Winterborn Asshton [literally Winterbourne Ashton, now Ashton Farm just east of Martinstown] and of 40 acres of land in Milborne St Andrews.
Manor of Pullyngeston worth £10 held of Nicholas Latymer knt as of the manor of Blakedon co Somerset by service of 1/2 knight's fee. Manors of Wynterbourne Martyn and West Waddon worth £10 13s 4d held of Cicely duchess of York by service of 1 knight's fee. Manor of Pedel Walteriston worth 20 marks, held of the said Nicholas Latymer knt as of the said manor of Blakedon by service of ½ knight's fee. Manor of Winterbourne Asshton wth £20 6/8 held of the said Nicholas Latymer knt by service of 1/6 knight's fee. 40 acres of land in Milborne St Andrew's worth 6/8 held of said Nicholas Latymer by 12d rent yearly.
Death of William Newburgh's widow, Roger's mother.
  Patent Rolls [g]
1485-94 page 485 & 1494-1509 page 637
1493, 1494,  & 1497 - 1503 [Appointments as Commissioner of the Peace for Dorset of Roger Neweburgh]  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 188
8 Feb 1499 John Newbrugh
Writ 8 Feb 14 Hen VII.
John Newboro esquire held no lands at his death; but Roger abbot of Cerne, William abbot of Myddelton, John Turbervyle, Roger Newboro and Maurice Barowgh knights and Thomas Bulkley were seised of the under-mentioned manors in fee, and being so seised by charter 13 March 12 Hen VII demised them to Isabel Malett now the wife of Thomas Malett esquire, late the wife of the said John Newboro esquire, by the name of Isabel Newboro late the wife of John Newboro the elder of Tonnerspedyull, for the term of her life, and she was seised thereof accordingly in her demesne as of free tenement.
The said John Newboro died 1 March 13 Hen VII. Roger Newboro knight aged 40 and more is his cousin and heir.
Dorset. Manor of Tonnerspedyll
[Turners Puddle] worth £10 held of William Latemer knight as of the manor of Douche. Manor of Warmeswell [Warmwell] worth 10 marks held of Roger Newboro knight.
It is not clear how this John Newburgh was related, but his heir was Sir Roger Newburgh of Winfrith and East Lulworth.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 171
1 Oct 1499 Entry for Margery Proude late the wife of William Prude, including "Divers lands and tenements in Podyngton, worth 33s 4d, held of Roger Newboro knight, by knight service as of the manor of Sutton in the said county."  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 382
18 Jun 1502 Entry for William Knoyll, with 70 acres at Gatmerston [Burngate, near East Lulworth] and Wynfrythe held of Roger Neubourg knight.  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 458
24 Sep 1503 Entry for Thomas Husie the elder, naming Roger Neuburgh as one of a number of trustees for the manor of Mayden in Wiltshire, granted to Thomas and his wife for life and then to their younger son.  
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 pages 439, 532 & 536
8 Mar 1504 Entry for John Byconyll, including manor of South Perot, held of Roger Newburough as of his manor of Bradpole.

A second entry, dated 5 July 1504, for John's widow Elizabeth. This lists several manors in Somerset held of Roger Newburgh as of his manor of Bradpole: Pepilpen [now only known through Pipplepen Lane, between North and South Perrott], Babcare [Babcary], Pyrry [perhaps Perry Hill near Babcary], Beckyngton [near Trowbridge], as well as South Perrot in Dorset.
 
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 606
24 Nov 1504 Entry for William Martyn, including a tenement held of Roger Neuburgh at "Weybayhouse and Wayhamondvile" Weybayhouse was certainly an old name used for Upwey. Upwey seems to have been split historically into two parts, in two different hundreds; Weyhamondvile may have been a name used for the other part.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 2 page 603
24 Nov 1504 Entry for John Pokeswell, including the manor of Strode and tenements in Fylfforde and Brynsham, held of Roger Neuburgh as of his manor of Othe Fraunceys  All places in Netherbury parish - Strode Manor, Filford Lane, Brinsham and Worth Francis.
  Inquisitions post mortem [i]
Hen VII vol 3 page 193
1 Jul 1506 Entry for William Cammell, who had enfeoffed some of his land to trustees including Roger Nouburgh, knight.  
  Ancient Deeds [k]
Vol 5 page 420
1533 [Marriage settlement between Leonard, son of Nicholas Wylughby, and Mary, daughter of John Turbervyll. Among other properties dealt with in the settlement are lands in Bere Regis and Affepudell, formerly the property of Sir Roger Newborough and others]