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John NEWTON

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1841
HO107 Piece/Book 1182/12 Folio 33 Page 15
Civil Parish: Trowbridge
Hundred: Melksham
County: Wiltshire
Registration District: Melksham
Sub-RD: Trowbridge
ED: 9
Address: Conigree
Isaac Newton 42 Carpenter Y
Elizth. Newton 43 Y
George 19 Y
Sarah 16 Y
William 12 Y
John 11 Y
Thomas 9 Y
Ann 4 Y
James 3 Y

Looking for John in 1851 thanks.
 

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All I can find is New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896.

John Newton. Occ. Carpenter.
Birth Year. 1830
Age. 23
Gender. Male
Arrival Date. 11 Jan 1853
Vessel Name. Parsee

Wife Mary(age 21), and John, origin from Melksham, Witshire.

Would you like the passenger list, too late I sent it.:LOL:

Steve.:)
 

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John Newton/Mary Ann Windle married Trowbridge St James 29 June 1852. His father Isaac Newton Cabinet Maker, her father Charles Windle Shoemaker

GRO Ref Jun 1852 Melksham 5a 212
 

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Thanks emeltee.

Thanks Steve.

The North Australian (Brisbane, Qld.) - Thu 4 Feb 1864 p.3
WARWICK
During the severe thunderstorm on Friday, the 22nd instant. Mrs. Newton, the wife of John Newton, carpenter, residing in Warwick, whilst in the act of pouring some tea from a bright tin tea pot, was struck by lightning and instantaneously killed.
 
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