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Marriage: Children:
  1. Sarah Tucker: Birth: ABT 1650.

  2. Rose Tucker: Birth: ABT 1660. Death: AFT 1700

Marriage: Children:
  1. Gerard Newton: Birth: 1677.

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a. Note:   Per Linda Reno, Captain Thomas Willoughby had dau. Elizabeth Willoughby who married 1st Mr. Overzee 2nd Mr. Colclouch and 3rd Isaac Allerton. By Isaac, she had dau. Rose Allerton who m1st John Tucker, 2nd Thomas Gerard, 3rd John Newton.
  Rose (Allerton) Tucker had two children by Tucker. Rose Tucker who m. 1st Ebenezer Blackiston but she left him and married 2nd Edward Bathhurst. Sarah Tucker m. William Fitzhugh.
  This information is supposed to be in the following references. Papenfuse's Biography of the Maryland Legislature on Edward Bathhurst which mentions Rose Blackiston and Wm Fitzhugh. Seldens of Virginia vol 2, Author: Mary Selden Kennedy, Call Number: R929.1K36v.2 for the Willoughby-Allerton information.
  She was age 80 in 1709. One record on the Gerard family says she was a widow Tucker had two children Sarah who married Blackistone. And says she married John Newton after death of Thomas Gerard and had three children by him.
  She had three children by John Newton - Gerard Newton, Thomas Newton, and Elizabeth Newton. Rose m2nd Edward Bathurst, m 3rd Thomas Gerrard
  WILL: Rose Newton dated Dec. 1 1713
  DEED: Newton, Rose, 1 December 1712; 4 February 1712. To son Thomas Newton land in Va. and Md. my late husband Thomas Gerrard left me. Westmoreland Co. VA Wills.
  DEPOSITION: 7/8/1709: Deposition of Rose Newton, widow and relict of John Newton the Elder, late of Kingstone upon Hull in the Kingdom of England, master and mariner, but late of the County of Westmoreland. She swore that William Newton of Westmoreland was the eldest son of John Newton and Mary of Stafford Co., deceased and that John was the eldest son of John Newton whose widow she was; similar depositions were given by Thomas Newton, age 31 and by Benjamin Newton, age 40, sons of John Newton the Elder. The sons added that John Newton the Elder brought his son John Newton with him to VA and Benjamin Newton said that he knew Thomas Newton who lived in Hull, father of John Newton the Elder (Colonial Virginians and Their Maryland Relatives, Tucker). is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.