Early Threlkeld Lineages

Robert de Newbiggin

Name
Robert de Newbiggin
Given names
Robert
Surname
de Newbiggin
Publication: Citation: Threlkeld, Colonel Hansford Lee. Threlkeld Genealogy. Morganfield, Kentucky: privately published, 1932. 342 pages. Available in the Assets & Archives area of the Threlkeld One-Name Study at http://threlkeldfamily.org. Limited library availability.
Citation details: Page 320, Chapter, "Old Threlkeld Line in England"
Quality of data: secondary evidence
MarriageEmma de ThrelkeldView this family
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Publication: Citation: Threlkeld, Colonel Hansford Lee. Threlkeld Genealogy. Morganfield, Kentucky: privately published, 1932. 342 pages. Available in the Assets & Archives area of the Threlkeld One-Name Study at http://threlkeldfamily.org. Limited library availability.
Citation details: Page 320, Chapter, "Old Threlkeld Line in England"
Quality of data: secondary evidence
MarriageThrelkeld Genealogy
Publication: Citation: Threlkeld, Colonel Hansford Lee. Threlkeld Genealogy. Morganfield, Kentucky: privately published, 1932. 342 pages. Available in the Assets & Archives area of the Threlkeld One-Name Study at http://threlkeldfamily.org. Limited library availability.
Citation details: Page 320, Chapter, "Old Threlkeld Line in England"
Quality of data: secondary evidence
NameThrelkeld Genealogy
Publication: Citation: Threlkeld, Colonel Hansford Lee. Threlkeld Genealogy. Morganfield, Kentucky: privately published, 1932. 342 pages. Available in the Assets & Archives area of the Threlkeld One-Name Study at http://threlkeldfamily.org. Limited library availability.
Citation details: Page 320, Chapter, "Old Threlkeld Line in England"
Quality of data: secondary evidence
SourceThrelkeld Genealogy
Publication: Citation: Threlkeld, Colonel Hansford Lee. Threlkeld Genealogy. Morganfield, Kentucky: privately published, 1932. 342 pages. Available in the Assets & Archives area of the Threlkeld One-Name Study at http://threlkeldfamily.org. Limited library availability.
Citation details: Page 320, Chapter, "Old Threlkeld Line in England"
Quality of data: secondary evidence