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  • Robert Harbin-McGee

    Newton Surmaville was built between 1608 through 1612 by my 11th Great Grand Father, Robert Harbin. Alson known as Harbin Manor. It is located in Yeovil, Somerset, England. Until August 2006, after the passing of Sophia Rawlins - Newton Surmaville had been continuously occupied by a long line of descendants of Robert Harbin for over 396 years! My visit in March 2002 is an experience that I will never forget.

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This is a photo taken by me during my visit to Newton Surmaville in March 2002

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Newton Surmaville is a small park and house south of Yeovil, Somerset in the district of South Somerset, in England. It lies just outside the town in the parish of Barwick. Newton Surmaville House in the nineteenth century. The north front is shown, and is little changed today. The house, which is also known as Newton House, was built between 1608 and 1612, on the site of an earlier building, but was extensively altered and enhanced in the 1870s. It was built for Robert Harbin, a Yeovil merchant

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