David Newlin (1769-1852)
MSA SC 3520-15896
CHANCERY COURT (Chancery Papers) Caleb Bentley vs. David Newlin, 1828, Mortgage foreclosure on Addition to Brooke Grove, MdHR 17,898-6328 [MSA S512-6392, 1/37/3/21].
COMMISSIONERS OF THE TAX
(Assessment Record) 1813, Assessments,
Districts 1 and 4, MdHR
20,115-3-1 [MSA C1110-3, 01/18/14/019].
Published Sources:Advertisement, "Brookeville Woolen Factory," The Georgetown Messenger, 15 June 1816.
Clendenning, Lynda Fuller. "The Early Textile Industry in Maryland." Maryland Historical Magazine 87, no. 3.
Latrobe, Benjamin Henry. Opinion on a Project for Removing the Obstruction to a Ship Navigation to Georgetown. 1812.
Laws of 1814, Chapt. 12, Sect. 1. Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 633, p. 10.
Sellers, Nicholas. "Short History of Newlin Grist Mill." In Place, Memory and Time, Essays Commemorating The Tricentennial of the Nathaniel Newlin Grist Mill, 1704–2004. Nicholas Newlin Press 2004.
Scott, Joseph. A Geographical Description of the States of Maryland and Delaware. Philadelphia: Kimber. Conrad and Co., 1807."Ship Channel to Georgetown." Agricultural Museum 1, no. 6 (12 September 1810) p. 96.
Third Census of the United States, 1810, Population Schedule, Montgomery County, Maryland, Roll 14, p. 939.
Fourth Census of the United States, 1820, Manufactures (Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1965) p. 199, 22, 239.
Sixth Census of the United States, 1840, Population Schedule, Harford County, Maryland; Roll 167, p. 106.
Seventh Census of the United
States, 1850, Population Schedule, District
Nicholas Newlin Foundation. http://www.newlingristmill.org.
to David Newlin's Introductory Page
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