Was Elizabeth Wyatt born in Newton Red House Kent or Northumberland?

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I cannot find a Newton Red House in Kent, but there is one in Northumberland on the Mitford estate and her maiden name is Mitford?
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I've been unable to trace anything like a Newton Red House in Kent.  Her father was born in Northumberland so it does seem probable that she was also born there particularly in view of her surname.  Her husband Haute Wyatt was born at Boxley Manor in Kent which is presumably how she came to have her children there and to die there.
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edited by Christine Searle
And I found their marriage as I see there is no date on the profile;  from FamilySearch

groom's name:    Haut Wyat
bride's name:    Barbara Mitford
marriage date:    06 Feb 1618
marriage place:    Saint Mary Mounthaw,London,London,England
indexing project (batch) number:    M00148-1
system origin:    England-ODM
source film number:    374492, 942 B4HA V. 58

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