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John NEWTON

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Qld. Marriage 16 Nov 1865/C0601 Newton John - Harvey Annie Smith


NSW Death 3569/1918 NEWTON ANNIE S - JOHN - ALICE - AUBURN * 2 Feb 1918

The Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 4 February 1918 p.5
FUNERALS
NEWTON.-The friends of the late ANNIE SMITH NEWTON are invited to attend her Funeral, to leave Mrs. Plumber's residence, Maud-street, Granville, THIS DAY, at 1 p.m., for Salvation Army Cemetery, Rookwood.
FRANCIS MORRIS and COMPANY, Undertakers, opp. station, Parramatta.

A NEWTON Age 78 - 4/02/1918 Zone F B Independent Grave 97 ?

Looking for a death for John.

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John not with Annie in 1913, not with her at Rookwood.

A possible based on Granville area, no Will to confirm.


Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985
Name John Newton
Death Date 1909
Death Place New South Wales
Father's Name Isaac
Mother's Name Elizabeth
Registration Year 1909
Registration Place Granville New South Wales
Registration Number 9271


1913 CANTERBURY—CROYDON PARK
Newton Annie Smith Wentworth-street domestic duties
Newton Eunice Gordon Wentworth-street domestic duties


Rookwood Cemetery Transcription
First name(s) Annie S.
Last name Newton
Age 78
Denomination Independent
Birth year 1840
Birth date 02/02/1840 00:00:00
Death year 1918
Death date 2 February 1918
Inscription our mother
Cemetery Rookwood Cemetery
City Sydney
State New South Wales
Country Australia
Plot Section B ROW 3
Plot number 97
Size 1
Record set Rookwood Cemetery
Category Life Events (BDMs)
Subcategory Deaths & burials
Collections from Australia & New Zealand

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1913 CANTERBURY—CROYDON PARK
Newton Annie Smith Wentworth-street domestic duties
Newton Eunice Gordon Wentworth-street domestic duties
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Eunice G Newton
Birth Date: 1885
Father: John Newton
Mother: Annie
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1885
Registration Place: Tenterfield, New South Wales
Registration Number: 33217

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Possible..

Eunice Gordon Newton
Death Date: 1945
Death Place: New South Wales
Father: John
Mother: Annie
Registration Year: 1945
Registration Place: Lismore, New South Wales
Registration Number: 9979

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Northern Star (Lismore, NSW) 7 May 1945

"MISS? EUNICE NEWTON
The death occurred in. Lismore
early on Saturday morning of Miss
Eunice Newton, of 145 Dawson
Street, Lismore, after a long ill
ness. Miss Newton had been a resi
dent of Sydney before coming to
Lismore several years ago. Messrs.
N. V. Newton, of Music street, Lis
more, and M. A. Newton, Ballina
Street, are brothers.of Miss Newton.
Other brothers are Messrs. A. J.
and G. Newton (Sydney), and sis
ters are Mrs J. Osborne (Sydney),
Mrs. J. Richards (Mount Morgan),
and Mrs. G. Sholes (Gympie, Qld.).
Miss Newton was buried in Lismore
privately on Saturday morning.
Capt. G. J. Godkin, of the Lismore
Salvation Army, conducted a service
at the graveside and Will Riley &
Son had charge of the funeral
arrangements. ."

Arthur James Newton
Birth Date: 08 May 1869
Father: John Newton
Mother: Annie Smith Harvey
Birth Place: Queensland
Registration Year: 1869
Registration Place: Queensland
Page Number: 10952
Registration Number: 003098

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Thanks Rupert.

Thanks Geoff.

Several possible deaths for John in Queensland.

Birth 1874/C03727 Newton Gustavus Stanthorpe - John - Annie Smith Harvey

John born abt 1830 ?

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Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919) - Saturday 3 April 1880 p.3
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31.
(Before the Police Magistrate, and Wm Thompson, Esq., J.P.)
ASSAULT.
John Newton was summoned by his wife
Annie S. Newton for assaulting her. Annie
S. Newton, on being sworn, said:—I am the
wife of John Newton, the defendant; on Fri
day, the 26th inst., defendant came in behind
a bar where I was and knocked me down ; this
was on the 13-Mile Camp, on the Stanthorpe
Railway ; he hit me with his closed fist on the
face, and struck me when I was down; he
threatened me, and I am in bodily fear of my
life.
The Bench bound defendant to keep the
peace for seven days, two sureties in £5 each,
and self in £10.
 
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Possibe..
Eunice G Newton
Birth Date: 1885
Father: John Newton
Mother: Annie
Birth Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1885
Registration Place: Tenterfield, New South Wales
Registration Number: 33217
If this is the correct Eunice they are in NSW, nothing leaping out for a John and Annie in 1903 either :rolleyes:

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Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919) - Saturday 22 September 1883 p.2
AT THE Petty Debts Court on Wednesday
last, the case of the Warwick Corporation v.
John Newton, for municipal rates due, £2 12s,
was heard. A verdict for amount claimed, with
costs 14s, was given.

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1888 C3989 John Newton Thomas Newton Ann Stott
1888 C3689 John Newton Thomas Newton Ann Stott
 

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1883 John in Warwick

1885 Annie in Tenterfield.

It seems he was working on the railway Warwick to Stanthorpe - son born 1874 has middle name Stanthorpe.
 

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Warwick Examiner and Times (Qld. : 1867 - 1919) - Saturday 3 April 1880 p.3
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31.
(Before the Police Magistrate, and Wm Thompson, Esq., J.P.)
ASSAULT.
John Newton was summoned by his wife
Annie S. Newton for assaulting her. Annie
S. Newton, on being sworn, said:—I am the
wife of John Newton, the defendant; on Fri
day, the 26th inst., defendant came in behind
a bar where I was and knocked me down ; this
was on the 13-Mile Camp, on the Stanthorpe
Railway ; he hit me with his closed fist on the
face, and struck me when I was down; he
threatened me, and I am in bodily fear of my
life.
The Bench bound defendant to keep the
peace for seven days, two sureties in £5 each,
and self in £10.
So Annie may have traveled to NSW without John..

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The 1888 death can be ruled out - it was at Rockhampton.

Not sure about occupation or if John left Queensland.

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