Sue, understand the delay in responding. Thanks for the info and I will add it to my "family tree" software.
For the 2001 Newbill family reunion in VA I wrote a genealogy paper tracing my family back to Francis Newbill who was "transported" from England by Joseph Croshaw in 1651 with his 4 sons: George, James, Nathaniel and . Do you know from which son your husband's line descends?
The paper is over 40 pages long and if interested I could attach it to an email.
Some historical interesting facts:
George (Francis - James - George - George) Newbill b abt 1740 in Essex County VA d abt 1896 in Halifax County VA gave 14 1/2 gallons of brandy to the Revolutionary War.
John and Peter Newbill, brothers, (Francis - James - George - William - John & Peter) served in the War of 1812.
George Thomas Newbill, my gr-grandfather (Francis - James - George - William - John - John - George Thomas) served in the 26th Virginia Infantry and was captured at the Battle of Petersburg in 1864 and sent to the Union POW camp at Elmira NY.