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James and Annie NEWTON

DaveHam9

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SA Marriage:

Annie Marie Davy Dening
Father: Benjamin Dening
Spouse: James Henry Newton
Spouse's Father: Henry Newton
Marriage Date: 13 Apr 1864
Marriage Place: Res of Benjamin Dening Robe
Registration Place: Robe, South Australia
Volume: 58
Page: 523


Looking for deaths of James Henry and Annie M D NEWTON.

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Dening or Deering ?? :confused:

South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900)
Thursday 28 April 1864

NEWTON-DEERING.-On the 13th April, by the Rev. Mr. Sheldon, at the house of the bride's father, James Henry Newton, third son of the late Henry Newton, Esq., of Dublin, Ireland, to Annie Maria Davey Deering, eldest surviving daughter of Benjamin Deering, Esq., of Robe Town, Guichen Bay. No cards.
 

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South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1881 - 1889)
Saturday 29 December 1888

DENING. — On the 20th December, at his residence, Denington, near Robe, Benjamin Dening, aged 8O, leaving a wife, four sons, and two daughters to mouir their loss. Arrived by the ship Louisa Bailey,September 12, 1849.

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DENING / DENNING Benjamin, Lucy Anne DAVY, My Lucy Davy, John Ben Davy, Jas Wm Davy, Cath Charity Davy, Anna Maria Davy, Geo Emanuel Davy, (Edwin Hy Davy) arrived in SA 1849-09-03 aboard Louisa Baillie from London 49-04-29 via Plymouth [Source:4,6,7]
 

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1908 331/118 DENING Lucy Anne undefined Wellington

Lucy's obit help heaps.

The Narracoorte Herald (SA : 1875 - 1954)
Friday 7 February 1908

Another old resident has passed away from
amongst us in the person of Mrs. Lucy Anne
Dening, who died early on Tuesday morning,
at the advanced age of 92. Mrs. Dening had
resided at Kingston with her daughter about
16 years, and was even better known at Robe,
where her late husband took upland. Mr.
Dening died about 18 years ago, and then the
family came to Kingston, where Mrs. Dening
gave music lessons, and filled up her spare
time with fancy work, which she kept up till
almost her death. She leaves three sons—
Messrs. James William Dening, of Lochaber,
Frank at Broken Hill, and Charlse at Narracoore.
coorte. There are also two daughters -
Margaret, who has always lived with her
mother, and Mrs. Newton, who resides in
Western Australia
, and was last week with
her husband, daughter, and grandchild on a
visit here to Mrs. Dening. The deceased was
then in the best of health and spirits, and a
photo was taken of the family group embracing
four generations. The visitors had only
left a few days when the aged lady passed
quietly away, regretted as few are, for her
many good qualities, and for the bright cheer-
fulness of her nature which made her a favourite
with young and old both here and at Robe.
We have lost many old friends during this
trying summer, but as a universal favorite
few will be so much missed as Mrs. Lucy
Anne Dening. Mrs. Dening was a daughter
of Mr. Davey, and a native of Hayes, Broad
Windsor, County Dorset. - She arrived in
South Australia in 1819 in the ship Louisa
Bailey, and married Mr. Dening in England
before leaving. They resided at Port Elliott
for about two years, and then went to Robe,
where Mr. Dening took up land, and lived
until his decease. A few years later Mrs.
Dening removed to Kingston, to be nearer her
sons, who had land in the vicinity. She was a
member of the Church of England, and mani-
fested a lively interest in all public movements.
 

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The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954)
Saturday 24 March 1928

NEWTON. — On February 26, 1928, at Pretty
Gully, Chowerup, James Henry Newton, beloved
father of Mrs. J. C. Jennings (Kulikup), Mrs. G.
Carruthers (Victoria Park), Mrs. J. Connor (Ku-
likup), Mrs. G. Adams (Subiaco), Mrs. W.
Furniss (Claremont), Arthur, James, William,
Fred, Isaac, Newton; age 87 years.
Long sufferer at rest.
 

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The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954)
Tuesday 19 October 1926

NEWTON. — On September 29. 1326, al
Xuiikup, beloved wife of J.' H. Xewton lov
id-; mother of Carrie-(Mrs. J. Jennings,
Cuowerup) : Lucy (Mrs. G. Carruthers, Vic
toria Park): Amy (Mm. J^ Connor. Choiver
iip): Oiive (Mrs. (j. Adams, Cottesloe);
Mer.-y (Mrs. \V. Furniss. Cortesloe Beach);
Arthur (Victoria Park): WH1 -(Xarrogin) ;
Jke (Kcolanooka); Fred (Bayswater); Jim
(Arnuda!e); Tod (deceased); aged. 83
isweet rest at !a.-;{.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/31955266?
 

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