Newburgh Holdings in County Kent
Newbury farm in Tonge, Kent's Earliest Known Aisled Hall House.
Archaeologia Cantiana Vol. 123.
All that survives today of the late twelfth- or early thirteenth century aisled hall house within Newbury Farm are fragments of its two-bay timber-framed open hall.
Despite its small size it seems likely the building was of manorial status. Hasted accounted Newbury, which was held by the Newburgh family until sometime in the fourteenth century, as a manor. The early date and quality of work to be found in the property also suggest this to be the case.
Lullingstone Castle Kent
The Newburghs held Lullingstone Castle from an early period via their ancestor, Nicholas Poyntz. More to come on this subject soon.