Early Generations (five)
- 1. ♦ William Newell (1797 1853) m1. Anna (1801 1833+), m2. Harriett McCoy (née Moore) (1790 1885)
- 1.1 Elizabeth Newell (1816 1901) m. Thomas Martin (c1812 1872)
- 1.1.1 Thomas William Martin (1838…1929) ?. (…)
1.1.2 Charles Alfred Martin (1840…1923) m. Martha Margaret Dobbin (c1848…)
1.1.3 Elizabeth Catherine Martin (1842…1908)
1.1.4 Agnes Jane Martin (1844…1926) m. Edward Newton (c1839…1906)
1.2 ♦ William Newell (1819 1896) m1. Sarah Ann Hazell (née Guy) (1814 1883), m2. Margaret Allan (1862…1946)
- 1.2.1 ♦ Robert William Newell (1839 1919) m1. Annie Talbott (1843 1909), m2 Janet Higgs née Russell (1859…1928)
- 22.214.171.124 Annie Sarah Newell (1864 1864)
- 126.96.36.199 ♦ Agnes Annie Newell (1865 1951) m. Thomas George Dunbar Oughton Kidd (1855 1918)
- 188.8.131.52 Ada Beatrice Newell (1867 1945) m. Joseph Hill (1869…1933)
- 184.108.40.206 Bertha Louisa Newell (1870c 1921) m. William John Clarke
- 220.127.116.11 Robert Arthur Edward Newell (b1873c 1927) m. Sarah Benedict Hendren (1870 1945)
- 18.104.22.168.1 Robert William Newell (1908…) m. Dulcie Phullis M Charleston
- 22.214.171.124 Ernest Hercules Markham Newell (1876 1959) m. Clara Mabel Roberson (c1884…1946)
- 126.96.36.199 Victoria Martha Newell (c1879 1945) m. John Stephenson Jobling (c1874…1951)
- 188.8.131.52 Eva Sarah Newell (c1882 1972)
- 184.108.40.206 William Newell (1884 1884)
- 1.2.2 Joseph Benjamin Newell (1841 1921) m. Elizabeth Ann(e) Cooper
- 1.2.3 Edward Thomas Newell (1844 1893) m1. Eliza Burlison ( 1871), m2. Ada Cecilia Walsh (1860 1935)
- 220.127.116.11 William Burlinson Newell (1869…1943) m. Jessie Muriel Brindley (1879… 1933)
18.104.22.168 Mary Martha Newell (1871…1958) m. Frank Henry Burt (1869…1946)
22.214.171.124 Percy Harwood Newell (1878…1952) m. Elsie Vivienne Brindley (1879…1949)
126.96.36.199 Edward Cecil Newell (1880…1959) m. Kathleen Emily McSharry (1886… 1939)
- 1.2.4 Ann Eliza Newell (1846…1931) m. James William Coles (c1850…1914)
188.8.131.52 Percy Darb(e)y Coles (c1875…1935) m1. Alice C Doodson (c1877…);
m2. Eliza Jumna Cochrane née Meecham (1877…1960)
- 1.2.5 Henry James Newell (1849 1904) m. Lucy Emma Jackson ( 1917)
- 1.2.6 Walter Turon Newell (1851 1900) m. Ellen Heather (1850 1926)
- 184.108.40.206 Ellen Florence May Newell (1875 ) m. Ernest M French
- 220.127.116.11 Walter William Newell (b1880 1963) m. Gretta Louisa Sarah Victree Coles (1886 1975)
- 18.104.22.168.1 Sarah Florence Newell (1904 1989)
- 22.214.171.124.2 Hazel Edna Newell (1919 ) m. William Thomas George Webb (1919 )
- 126.96.36.199 Sarah Ann Margaret Newell (1882 1964) m.Robert Chanel Cook (1869 1949)
- 188.8.131.52 Arthur Alfred Newell (1887…1957) m. Ellen Frances Carroll (1879… 1952)
- 1.2.7 Agnes Sophia Newell (1853 1901) m. Fredrick Farey
- 184.108.40.206 Emma Lucy M Farey (1879…1880)
220.127.116.11 Samuel Francis William Farey (1881…1882)
18.104.22.168 Fredrick Herman Guy Farey (1883…1844)
22.214.171.124 Agnes Louise Farey (1885…1965) m. Charles Edward Gatward (…1935)
126.96.36.199 Julia Fredricka Farey (1887…1960) m. William Henry Brownley (1884… 1956)
188.8.131.52 Frederick Beeton Farey (1889…1977) m. Maggie Scott (c1893…1981)
184.108.40.206 Elsie Irene Farey (1892…1972) m. Arthur Sidney Farebrother (1888… 1962)
220.127.116.11 Edward Downton Farey (1893…1972) m. Josephine Maud Cochran (1892… 1967)
1.2.8 Leslie Allen Newell (1884…1959) m. Bessie Edith Carrie (1890…1955)
- 1.2.9 Ruby Beatrice Newell (1887 1971)
- 1.2.10 Frederick William Newell (1889…1978) m. Isabell Gertrude Smith (1892…1938)
- 1.2.11 Claude 1.2.11 Augustus Newell (1891…1975) m. Doris Hilda Hull (1894…1989)
- 18.104.22.168 Norman Lindsay Newell (1913…1944) m. Margaret Sutton (…)
22.214.171.124 Nance Irene Newell (1919-23…) m. Clement Maloney (…)
126.96.36.199 Philip Ian Newell (1919-23…) m. Elsie Freda Howard (…)
188.8.131.52 Margaret Ellen Newell (1923-27…) m? Alan Edwin Russell (1921…)
1.3 Thomas Newell (c1820 ) ?m. Elizabeth
- 1.3.1 Thomas Edward Newell (1846…1902+) m. Mary Osborne (…1902+)
- 1.4 Robert Newell (1822 1852+) m. Susannah Wilson
- 1.4.1 Robert Edward Newell (1849 1935) m. Fanny Woodhouse (1848…1930)
- 184.108.40.206 Walter Edward Newell (1873…1931) m. Margaret Ann Price (…)
220.127.116.11 Susan Ann Newell (1875…1958) m. Peter Alexander Bain (1864…1946)
18.104.22.168 Fanny Elizabeth Newell (1879…1964) m. Oswald Joseph Stanton (1875… 1960)
22.214.171.124 Leslie Edward/Edmund Newell (1882…1931) m. Linda I R Neale (c1884…)
1.5 John Joseph Newell (1843 1912) m. Mary Ann Hughes (1847 1890)
- 1.5.1 George Henry Joseph Newell (1881 1938) m. Eva Gibson (c1884…1966)
- 126.96.36.199 John Joseph Newell (1908…1987) m. Grace Elvins (c1909…1989)
188.8.131.52 George Henry Joseph Newell (1908…1945) m. Rose Alma Heuschkell (1904…1969)
184.108.40.206 William Albert Newell (1908…1970) m. Dorothy Smith? (c1915…2000)
1.5.2 John Joseph Newell (1883 ?) m. Lucy Catherine Mary Crotty (1887 1950)
- 220.127.116.11 Irene May Newell (1906…1907)
18.104.22.168 Lucy/Louisa Irene Newell (1908…1908)
22.214.171.124 Elsie Florence Newell (1909…1970) m. John Robert Wright (…1969)
126.96.36.199 William John Henry Newell (1911…1911)
188.8.131.52 Mavis M Newell (1912…1929)
184.108.40.206 Dorothy Irene Newell (1914…1980) m. Gordon Raymond Simpson (1912…1984)
220.127.116.11 Rita Agnes Newell (1915…1982) m. Walter Leslie Rollings
18.104.22.168 Lillian M Newell (1918…) ?m. Frank Robert Johnson
Possibly Related Newell Lineages
Related Families from the same areas
Other (probably unrelated) Newell Lineages
This Newell lineage hailed from Dublin Ireland in 1831, emigrating to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) in 1831 and to New South Wales in the late 1830s. There they settled about Newtown in Sydney's developing southwest.
William Newell, born Dublin, Eire, c1797, appears to have resided at 12 Johnston's Court East, Dublin (between Grafton and Clarendon Streets near the centre of the city) in 1832-33.
He had four known children by his wife Anna :
William Newell left Dublin for Australia with his wife Anna and their children aboard the Strathfieldsay, arriving in HobartTown, Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania), on 26 June 1833.
William Newell and son William later went from HobartTown to Sydney aboard the Moffatt, arriving in Port Jackson (Sydney) on 25 April 1838. They were later joined in NSW by Elizabeth and her husband Thomas Martin (thought to be in NSW by 1838) and by Thomas and Robert. The fate of Anna Newell remains unknown.
William (senior), a widowed (sic) locksmith, remarried at S Philip's Church, Sydney on 17 December 1839. His second wife was Irish-born widow Harriet McCoy (née Moore); Harriet bore William three children:
One of the girls predeceased Harriet.
William (snr.), whitesmith, died on 27 October 1853, and was buried in the graveyard of S Peter's CoE, St Peters NSW. Harriet Newell, of Church Street Camperdown, died on 4 March 1885, aged 95 years.
Elizabeth Newell, born c1816 in (?Dublin) Ireland, eldest child and only daughter of WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife ANNA, and Thomas Martin were married on the 26 September 1836 in the Parish of Trinity, County Buckingham, Hobart Town TAS. Thomas had been tried and convicted in Surrey on 9 July 1832: he was described then as a clerk, aged 19, native place London, a short 5' 1" height, fair complexion, very light brown hair and blue eyes; sentenced to 7 years penal servitude, he was transported to Sydney in the York (2).
The couple's first child was:
Elizabeth and Thomas almost certainly emigrated to New South Wales as steerage passengers aboard the Hindu on 22 July 1839 with their child. In NSW, we have the baptism of Thomas in Sydney (1838), and of
Thomas, later to become a business partner of William (jnr.), was the first licensee of the Ship Inn Hotel at Sydney's Circular Quay. He was a partner in Martin and Hill, wine merchants. Thomas also worked for NSW Public Works as a clerk, retiring in 1863.
Thomas Martin, wine merchant, aged 60, died at Gladesville Hospital on 17 March 1872, and was buried next day at Balmain Cemetery: the informant for the certificate stated that Thomas was married and had four children but had no further details.
Eliza Martin, aged 83, died at Chatham House, Pitt Street, North Sydney, on 5 July 1901, and was buried two days later at Gore Hill Cemetery. The informant for the certificate was her daughter E K Martin of Chatham House, who stated that Eliza was the daughter of WILLIAM NEWELL and ELIZABETH — [sic.], had been born in Dublin, had lived in Tasmania for about 3 years and NSW for 64 years, had married when about 18 years old to Thomas Martin in Hobart, and had four children: Thomas W Martin (63), Charles A Martin (61), Eliza K Martin (58) and Agnes J (Newton) (56), all still living (no issue deceased)..
Unrelated, a death is recorded for Charles F R Martin in 1898, son of Charles A and Kathleen F Martin; we may presume that Charles A Martin survived into adulthood.
The birth of an Ethel Mary Martin to Thomas William and Ellen Eliza Martin was registered in Sydney in 1879; these parents, Thomas W Martin and Ellen E Joyner, had their marriage registered at Paddington in 1878. A second child, Herbert R Martin, was registered in Sydney in 1881, followed by Thomas C Martin at Paddington in 1884 and Edith at Woollahra in 1888.
Thomas William Martin, born 10 April 1838 in Hobart but baptised 16 May 1838 at St Mary's Cathederal, Sydney, was the first of four known children of THOMAS MARTIN and his wife ELIZABETH NEWELL.
The death of Thomas W Martin, son of THOMAS W and ELIZABETH, was registered at Marrickville nsw in 1929.
Charles Alfred Martin, born 10 May/June 1840), baptised 15 July 1841 at St Mary's Cathederal, Sydney, was the second of four known children of THOMAS MARTIN and his wife ELIZABETH NEWELL. Charles, as an 'English-born' bachelor broker aged 38, married Martha Margaret Dobbin, 'English-born' spinster aged 24, on 14 March 1872 in Elizabeth Street, Sydney.
Charles and Martha were parents of:
The death and funeral of Martha Martin on 25 July 1905, aged 60, 'late of Redfern', was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 27th inst. (p6 and p12):
MARTIN.—July 25, 1905, at her late residence, Clapham Cottage, No. 45 Bourke-street, Redfern, Martha Martin, beloved wife of Charles Alfred Martin, aged 60 years. R.I.P.
MARTIN.-The Friends of Mr. CHARLES ALFRED MARTIN are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE, Martha; to leave his residence,Clapham Cottage, 45 Bourke-street, Redfern, THIS THURSDAY, at 2.30 for R. C. Cemetery, Waverley.T. DIXON, Undertaker, 29 Oxford-street, Hyde Park.
MARTIN.-The Friends of CHARLES, FRANK, BEDE, FLORENCE, AGNES and LILY MARTIN are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved MOTHER, Martha Martin; to leave her late residence, Clapham Cottage, 45 Bourke-street, Redfern, THIS THURSDAY, at-2.30 for R. C. Cemetery Waverley. T. DIXON, Undertaker, 29 Oxford-street, Hyde Park.
Charles Alfred Martin, clerk, aged 84 years, son of wine merchant THOMAS MARTIN and ELIZA NEWELL, died on 24 January 1923 at Liverpool State Hospital; he was buried at Waverley Cemetery. According to his death certificate, Charles married Martha Dobbin when 27 years old, with issue Charles (50), Agnes (42), Florence (40), Henry (39) and Lily (38) all living and one male and one female deceased.
Elizabeth Catherine Martin, born 31 July 1842, baptised 7 August 1842 at St Mary's Cathederal, Sydney, abode noted as York Street, Sydney was the second of four known children of THOMAS MARTIN and his wife ELIZABETH NEWELL.
Elizabeth Catherine Martin died on 24 August 1908.
Agnes Jane Martin, born about 1844; aged 56 in July, 1901; died 23 September 1926;was the last of four known children of THOMAS MARTIN and his wife ELIZABETH NEWELL. Agnes married auctioneer Edward Newton in Sydney in 1866, The Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 20 April 1866 (p1) noting: “On the 14th instant, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. J. M. Dwyer, O.S.B., EDWARD, eldest son of the late JOSEPH NEWTON, Furnival's Inn, London, to AGNES JANE, youngest daughter of THOMAS MARTIN, of Islington, London. No cards.”
Agnes and Edward seem to have been the parents of:
Edward was mentioned as deceased in March 1916: it is likely that he was the Edward, son of JOSEPH and EMMA, whose death was registered at St Leonards in 1906 aged 67 [viz, born c1839], and mentioned in The Sydney Morning Herald on Monday 21 May 1906 (p6 and p12): "
NEWTON.—May 19, 1906, at his residence, Avoca, 315 Miller-street, North Sydney, Edward Newton (Bradley. Newton, and Lamb), aged 67 years." and "
NEWTON.—The Funeral of the deceased EDWARD NEWTON will leave his late residence, Avoca, 315 Miller street, North Sydney, THIS AFTERNOON at 3.30, for the Gore Hill Church of England Cemetery. COFFILL and COMPANY, Funeral Directors."
Agnes Jane Newton née Martin died 23 September 1926, The Sydney Morning Herald of Friday 24 September 1926 (p10) noting: “NEWTON.—Agnes Jane, late of North Sydney, aged 82 years. Privately interred Gore Hill.”
William Newell, born c1818 in (?Dublin) Ireland, was the second child and eldest son of WILLIAM NEWELL (1797 1853) and his first wife ANNA. William arrived in Port Jackson in 1838, and on 9 July 1838, William married Sarah Hazell née Sarah Ann Guy at S Philip's CoE in Sydney NSW (Sarah's name sometimes appears to be written as Har(r)ell). Sarah was the daughter born in Ireland circa 1812/14 of ROBERT GUY and MARGARET SIMPSON, and had arrived in Sydney as an assisted (bounty) immigrant on 27 February 1835, aboard the female immigrant ship the Duchess of Northumberland which had carried mainly single females from London, Dublin and Cork. Sarah had married constable John Hazell on 26 July 1836 at S James' CoE, King Street, Sydney, and while resident in Parramatta Street, Sarah bore John one child:
It is not known what became John Harrel. Sarah bore William Newell seven children,
Sarah Newell (formerly
Harell, née Guy), 69, died at home in Mechanic Street Newtown
on 25 January 1883.
[For further details of the Guy, Simpson and Hazell/Har(r)ell families, follow this link]
The widowed William, now aged about 67, remarried in the chapel of Trinity School at MacDonaldtown near Newtown NSW on 29 November 1885 (?1884), his second wife being the 23 year old spinster Margaret Allan (born c1862 at Pyrmont NSW to farmer THOMAS ALLAN and his wife EMILY E WHITEMAN). Margaret bore William four children:
William Newell (jnr.),
house and land agent, died on 21 July 1896 in his home at 29 Horden
Street, Newtown, and was buried on 23 July in the same plot as
his first wife, Sarah Ann, at S George's CoE, Hurstville.
The death of Margaret Ann Newell née Allan, daughter of THOMAS and ELIZABETH, was registered at North Sydney in 1946.
On 17 March 1863, at S Peter's CoE, Cooks River Road, in Sydney (now the Prince's Highway), Robert William Newell, of "full age", son of WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife SARAH HAZELL or HARELL née GUY, married the "under age" Annie Talbott, daughter born in 1843 to HENRY TALBOTT and his wife MARTHA LYNCH née SERGEANT. Annie bore Robert eleven children:
The 1873 Sands Directory lists Robert william Newell, grocer, in Horden Street, Newtown. At the time of Agnes Annie Newell's marriage to Thomas George Kidd in 1891, Robert William Newell's address was reported as 'Collaroy, Peakhurst, Sydney'. The paddle-steamer Collaroy was wrecked on a Sydney beach in 1881, giving its name to that beach and the later suburb. It has been suggested that Robert William Newell, apparently a part owner of the Collaroy, salvaged materials from the wreck and used them in the construction of his Peakhurst home. The Collaroy had run between Sydney and Newcastle for many years before the accident; it was refloated two years later and rigged as a four masted barkentine (?or three-masted schooner?), meeting its end cast up on the Californian coast four years later!
Annie Newell née
Talbott died on 20 September 1909 in Arncliffe. Robert William
Newell died at Burwood on 13 November 1919 and was interred in
Camperdown Cemetery, in the same grave as his first wife, Annie.
For further details regarding Annie Talott'sfamily, refer to the Talbott lineage
Robert William Newell re-married after Annie his wife had passed away: he married 52-year old widow Janet Higgs née Russell in September 1912, as registered at at Burwood NSW. Robert's second wife was described as a red-haired Scottish woman who contested Robert's will for several years. The will left all of Robert's estate to his children Eva, Arthur and Ernest, and made no mention of either his other children or a surviving wife. Ernest, as informant to Robert's death, mentioned only his father's first marriage, and said that it took place at Church Hill, Sydney. It was common in those days for wealthy widowers to remarry, for several reasons - companionship, provision of a mother-figure for children, for orderly running of a household, and so on. These second wives were frequently housemaids to the widower, as in the case of Robert's father.
Janet secured by High Court action a weekly payment from her husband’s estate, though the court costs had depleted the money bequeathed and it was soon gone. The Sydney Morning Herald of Saturday 5 June 1920 (p9) reported:
(Before Mr. Justice Harvey.)
LATE R. W. NEWELL'S ESTATE.
WIDOW'S APPLICATION FOR MAINTENANCE.
An application under the Testators Family Maintenance Act was made on behalf of Janet Newell, widow of Robert William Newell, late of Burwood, and formerly of Homebush, that provision be made for her support and maintenance out of her deceased husband's estate. The applicant stated in her affidavit that her late husband died at St. Bernard's private hospital, Burwood, on November 13 last, leaving an estate of the net value of £4733. By his will he appointed his sons, Arthur Robert and Ernest Hercules Markham Newell, and his daughter, Eva Sarah Newell, executors, executrix, and trustees of his estate, the whole of which he devised and bequeathed to his daughter and the children of his sons, Arthur Robert and E. H. M. Newell. She was married to the testator in September, 1912, she at the time being a widow, aged 52 years, and he a widower, aged 73 years, with a family, the members of which had attained the age of 21. No provision was made for her in the will. From the date of the marriage the deceased and she lived happily together, and she had no idea that he had made a will which did not leave her provided for. At present she was under medical care, and was absolutely unable to earn her own living. Mr Monahan (instructed by Messrs. H. T. Morgan and Morgan) appeared for the applicant, and Mr. H. H. Mason (instructed by Messrs. Thomas Rose and Dawes) represented the executors, who opposed the application. His Honor made an order for payment to the applicant of 35/ a week out of the estate.
Janet Russell's birth to JAMES and MARGARET had been registered at Newcastle in 1859. Her marriage to William Henry Higgs was registered in Newcastle in 1882 and they were the parents of (at least):
Janet Newell formerly Higgs née Newell, daughter of JAMES and MARGARET S, died on on 11 August 1928 at Summer Hill and registered at Ashfield:.
Born 20 January 1864, Annie Sarah Newell, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, died aged two weeks, and was buried on 8 February 1864.
Agnes Annie Newell, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, was born 1865 at Newtown. She married widower Thomas George Kidd, 12 years her senior, on 2 June 1891 at S Philips CoE, Church Hill NSW. Agnes Annie lived to her 86th year, dying on 12 March 1951 at Parkes NSW; Thomas George Kidd died in 1918. For further details on this family, refer to the Kidd pages.
Ada Beatrice Newell, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, was born c1867. Ada married Joseph Hill at St Philip's Church, Sydney on 4 November 1891. Joseph's birth was registered at St George NSW in 1869; he was the eldest child of JOSEPH HILL and his wife SUSANNAH SHAW of Kogarah. The Sydney Morning Herald noted Ada and Joseph's wedding on Saturday 5 December 1891 (p1):
“HILL-NEWELL.-November 4, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. J. D. Langley, Joseph, eldest son of Joseph Hill, of Kogarah, to Ada Beatrice, second daughter of Robert W. Newell, Collaroy, Upper Hurstville."
and again on Monday 15 December 1891 (p4):
"HILL-NEWELL. -November 4, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. J. D. Langley, Joseph Hill to Ada Beatrice Newell."
The marriage of Joseph Hill and Susannah Shaw had been registered at Balmain in 1869 and they were the parents of Joseph (birth registered at St George NSW in 1869), Susannah (Balmain, 1871), Frances Harriet (Waterloo, 1873), George T (St George, 1876), Edward C (Balmain, 1878), Lucy S (Balmain, 1880), Florence L (St Leonards, 1883) and Ida (Petersham, 1885).
Ada and Joseph apparently had at least five children:
Joseph Hill was a shipping
clerk in 1929, when the Hill family lived at Mosman NSW.
The death of Joseph W Newell, at Manly, aged 64 years, son of JOSEPH, was registered at Manly in 1933.
Ada Beatrice Hill [home duties] is shewn in the 1936, 1937 and 1943 NSW Electoral Rolls at Highland street, Leura. The death of Ada Beatrice Newell was registered at Mosman in 1945
The Electoral Rolls of 1930 and 1933 have John Neville Hill [master carrier] and Hilda listed at 12 Shadforth street, Mosman; in 1936 1937 John [agent] and Hilda were at 22 Arthur st., Balmain; in 1943 and 1949 also list John [foreman] with Hilda Hill [home duties] at 18 Royalist rd., Neutral Bay.
Louisa Bertha (or Bertha Louisa) Newell was born c1870, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, marrying William John Clarke in 1892. William was the son of W J CLARKE. Bertha bore William Clarke about seven children:
The last mentioned Bertha Clarke was born on the 27 September 1900, and died the same day. She is buried with her grand-parents, Robert and Annie Newell, in Camperdown Cemetery NSW. The death of Bertha L Newell was registered at Mosman in 1921.
Robert Arthur Edward Newell (also known as Arthur R E Newell), born at Arncliffe in 1873, the fifth known child of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife ANNIE TALBOTT, married Irish-born Sarah Benedict Hendren (fourth daughter of JAMES DOUGLAS HENDREN, late of Victoria) in 1898. Their children were:
The death of Robert
A E Newell was registered at Burwood in 1927. Sarah, born in 1870
to JAMES DOUGLAS HENDSEN and his wife ELLEN, died at Burwood NSW
Of Arthur Douglas Newell's sentencing, Adelaide's The Advertiser reported on Wednesday 16 March 1927 (p12):
A CALLOUS MOTORIST.
GUILTY OF MANSLAUGHTER.
TWELVE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT.
Sydney, March 15.
At the Central Criminal Court to-day Arthur Douglas Newell (26), a bailiff's assistant, was found guilty of the man- slaughter of Mary Thompson (73) and her granddaughter, Rosetta Thompson, both of whom died after they had been struck by a motor car on the Parramatta-road, some months ago. The police found that the driver had driven on without rendering assistance. The front of the car was damaged, and, it is also stated that pieces of glass picked up the roadway were of the same gauge as the broken headlight of his car. Newell, who crying when found guilty, told the judge is would never drive a car again, but the judge said he had his duty to the public to perform, and sent him to gaol for 12 months. When the sentence was passed several women at the back of the court fainted.
born 14 June 1898 at Enmore [birth registered at Newtown], son of ROBERT ARTHUR EDWARD NEWELL and SARAH BENEDICT HENDSEN, married Dulcie P M Charleston at Marrickville
NSW in 1934. [Dulcie may have been the Dulcie P G Charleston whose birth was registered at Petersham in 1908, daughter of Amy P M Charleston, or the Dulcie B M Charleston whose birth was registered at Grafton in 1913, daughter of Arthur O and Violet I].
Robert and Dulcie Newell had at least one child:
The 1933 NSW Electoral Roll shows Dulcie Phyllis Newell [home duties] at 29 Bradley's Head road, Mosman.
Robert William Newell enlisted in the Australian Army at Goulburn on 14 August 1942, noting his birth details as 14 June 1908 at Enmore, his 'locality' as Manly and his 'next-of-kin' as Dulcie Newell; he was discharged a Private on 5 July 1945 at '2 AASCTD': this indicates he and Dulcie were still married in 1942.
In 1934 the marriage of a Phyllis D Newell and Ernest Joseph Costa was registered at Mosman. The 1936 and 1937 NSW Electoral Rolls shew Dulcie Phyllis Costa [saleswoman] and Ernest Joseph Costa [fruiterer] at 734 Military road, Mosman. The 1943 NSW Rolls shew Dulcie [home duties] and Ernest [salesman] at 80 Holt avenue, Neutral Bay.
Ernest Hercules Markham Newell, born 1876, son of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, married Clara Mabel Roberson on 6 February 1903. Clara was the daughter of CHARLES and CATHERINE ROBERSON, born Cooma NSW, 1884. Ernest resided at Liverpool Road, Enfield NSW on 13 November 1919. Ernest died on 26 September 1959 at Newtown NSW. Ernest and Clara had seven children:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Ernest Hercules Newell [storekeeper], Clara Mabel Newell [home duties] and Stanley Clarence Newell [labourer] at Bibbenluke, Bombala.
The death of Clara Mabel Newell, daughter of CHARLES and CATHERINE, was registered at Ryde in 1946. (The death of a Clara M Newell, daughter of John H and Cora L was registered at Gunnedah NSW in 1923).
Newell, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, was
born c1879; in 1904 she married John Stephenson Jobling,
an engineer who worked for the NSW Government Railways: the wedding was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 14 May 1904 (p10): “JOBLING-NEWELL.-May 7, at St. George's, Hurstville, by the Rev. D. H. Dillon, John Stephenson, fifth son of the late Thomas Jobling, Winlaton. County Durham, England, to Victoria Martha, fourth daughter of Robert Newell, Esq., J.P., of Kogarah.”
The birth of John Stephenson Jobling was registered at Gateshead, County Durham, in 1q1874. The 1881 British census shews Thomas Jobling (43, coal labourer), Elizabeth Jobling (42), Charles H Jobling (20), Thomas Jobling (18), Elizabeth Jobling (16), Robert Jobling (14), Arthur W Jobling (9), John S Jobling (7, born c1874, Billyquay, Durham), Oliver S Jobling (5), and Frederick R Jobling (1) at Ushaw Moor, Lanchester, Durham. The 1891 British census shews Thomas Jobling (28, police constable), Martha Jobling (his wife, 24), Sarah Elizabeth Jobling (8m), John Stephenson Jobling (his brother, 17, fitter's apprentice) and Sarah Jane Robinson (Thomas' sister-in-law, 12) at Trimdon, Durham.
In 1929 the couple were residing in Forest Road, Arncliffe NSW. At one time they lived in ?King's Parade, Leura, in a tiny "doll's house" cottage just north of the railway line; Victoria's sister Ada lived next door. John and Victoria had no children.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew John Stephenson Jobling [railway employee] and Victoria Martha Jobling [home duties] at 3 Avenue road, Mosman in 1930, John [fitter] and Victoria at 29 Avenue road, Mosman in 1933, John [retired railway emp.] and Victoria at Highland street, Leura in 1936, 1937 and 1943.
Victoria Martha Jobling of Leura NSW died on 29 June 1945, The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 30 June 1945 (p23) announcing: “JOBLING.-The Funeral of the late Mrs. Victoria Martha Jobling. will leave our Funeral Home, corner Miller and Falcon Streets, North Sydney. This Saturday, after Service, commencing at 1.15 p.m.. for Northern Suburbs Crematorium. Wood Coffin Limited.”
John Stephenson Jobling re-married, to Elsie Forbes, as registered at Manly in 1948. NSW Electoral Rolls shew John Stephenson Jobling [no occupation] and Elsie Jobling [home duties] at 223 Ocean street, Narrabeen in 1949. The death of John Stephenson Jobling, son of THOMAS and ELIZABETH, was registered at Chaswood in 1951; The Sydney Morning Herald of Monday 10 September 1951 ([p16) noted: JOBLING, John S.-September 8, 1951, at his residence, 223 Ocean Street, Narrabeen, loved husband of Elsie Forbes.” Elsie Jobling [home duties] remained listed in the Rolls at 223 Ocean street, Narrabeen in 1954, hut was at 16 Waiwera street, North Sydney in 1958 and 1963.
Note also: another John Stephenson Jobling, aged 67, 'late of Homebush', died on 21 July 1966, as noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 22 July 1966. NSW Electoral Rolls shew this John Stephenson Jobling [packer] and Jessie Christina Jobling [home duties] at Fourth avenue, Berala, in 1930, at 12 Coventry street, Homebush in 1933, 1936, 1937 and 1943, at 12 Smallwood street, Homebush in 1949, 1954, 1958 and 1963.
Eva Sarah Newell, born c1882, daughter of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, never married. In 1929 Eva resided at Forest Road Arncliffe. Later in her life she lived with her ??cousin Ruby in a bright airy house with a very pleasant outlook at 45 Wickham Road, Neutral Bay, from where one might glimpse some of Sydney Harbour. Ruby may have worked ?managing a ?Kindergarten Union tearoom somewhere in Sydney. When aged 79, Eva was still working a few hours in the dining room of the Directors of the Bank of New South Wales, a job she loved and managed with great pride: she was well regarded by her employers. Always alert, Eva dressed and kept house immaculately into her final days. The death of Eva Sarah Newell, daughter of ROBERT and ANNIE, was registered at St Leonards in 1972.
Born 2 November 1884, William Newell, son of ROBERT WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife ANNIE TALBOT, died on 5 November 1884, aged three days, and was buried at S George's Cemetery at Hurstville. He was buried with his paternal grandmother Sarah who had died in early 1883; his paternal grandfather William was buried with them in 1896.
born 30 September 1841 and baptised on 24 October 1841 in S Philip's CoE, Sydney, son of WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife SARAH HAZELL or HARELL née GUY, married Elizabeth (?Elvira)
Ann(e) Cooper at St Peters Church of England, Cooks
River [St Peters] on 23 August 1870. Elizabeth was sixth daughter of BENJAMIN CHOLTON COOPER, late of London.
Although the author has not found any births registered to Joseph and Elizabeth Newell, there is a death registered in 1890 for:
The death of Joseph B Newell, son of William and Sarah, was registered at Canterbury NSW in 1921.
Edward Thomas Newell was born in 1844 in Newtown NSW, son of WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife SARAH HAZELL or HARELL née GUY. Edward first married at St Peters NSW when aged about 24 years (c1868). His wife was Eliza Burlinson, and to this union were born:
Eliza Newell née Burlison, daughter of JOHN, died at Newtown NSW in 1871, shortly
before her daughter Eliza. Mary survived and outlived her father.
Edward remarried when 33 years old, in March 1877. This marriage, in Sydney, was to Ada Cecilia Walsh. Ada's birth to JOSEPH S and CECILIA J was registered at Newtown in 1860. Children of Edward and Ada were:
A solicitor, Edward Thomas Newell, son of estate agent WILLIAM NEWELL and SARAH GUY, died aged 49 on 1 November 1893 at Darling St, Chatswood/Willoughby NSW, and was buried on the third instant in in St Thomas' CoE cemetery at North Sydney. His wife Ada, of "Fern Court" Chatswood, was the informant to his death certificate, which was countersigned by William Burlinson Newell. The Sydney Morning Herald on Monday 6 November 1893 (p1) reported:
NEWELL.—November 1, 1893, at his residence, Fern
Court, Chatswood, North Willoughby, Edward Thomas Newell, Esq., solicitor, aged 49 years, beloved son of William Newell, King-street, Newtown, and beloved brother of Robert William Newell, of Collaroy, Peakhurst.
The marriage of Ada Cecilia Newell née Walsh to George A Deuchar was registered at Hunters Hill in 1899. The death od Ada Cecilia Deuchar formerly Newell née Walsh, daughter of JOSEPH S and CECILIA J, was registered at Chatswood in 1935.
The birth of William Burlinson Newell, first child of EDWARD THOMAS NEWELL by his first wife ELIZA BURLISON, was registered at Newtown in 1869. William's marriage to Jessie Muriel Brindley was registered at St Leonards in 1903. Jessie's birth, to JOHN P BRINDLEY and his wife MARGARET, had been registered at St Leonards in 1879.
William and Jessie seem to have been childless.
Jessie Muriel Newell née Brindley, wife of William Burlinson Newell, died aged 53 on 11 February 1933 and was buried in St Thomas' Cemetery, North Sydney. The Sydney Morning Herald of Monday 13 February 1933 noted (p7): “NEWELL.-The Relatives and Friends of the late JESSIE MURIEL NEWELL are invited to attend her Funeral to leave her late residence, Trentino-road Wahroonga, THIS AFTERNOON, after service commencing at 2,20 for St Thomas' Cemetery, West-street, North Sydney. MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED, 267 Pacific Highway, Crow's Nest. Tele., X5227 M6277.”
William Burlinson Newell died aged 74 on Christmas Eve 24 December 1943 and was buried in St Thomas' Cemetery, North Sydney.
The birth of Mary Martha Newell, second child of EDWARD THOMAS NEWELL by his first wife ELIZA BURLISON, was first of twins registered at Newtown in 1871. Her twin sister Eliza died the same year, appearently predeceased by their mother.
Mary's marriage to Franh Henry Burt was registered in Sydney in 1895: The Sydney Morning Herald of Saturday 2 March 1895 (p1) announced: “BURT-NEWELL.-February 18, 1895, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. S. Fox, Frank Henry, youngest son of James Burt, of Fassifern, Gordon, to Mary, eldest daughter of the late Edward Thomas Newell, of Ferncourt, Chatswood.” Frank's birth to JAMES and MARY had been registered at Balmain in 1869.
BDM indexes suggest Frank and Mary were childless, although in several of the Electoral Rolls their near neighbours shared the surname.
The NSW Electoral Rolls shew Frank Henry Burt [civil servant] and Mary Martha Burt [home duties] at Glen Ayr, 61 Boundary street, Roseville in 1930, 1933, 1936, 1937 and 1943, with Mary alone at that address in 1949; Mary was listed at St, Lawrence, Rose street, Chatswood in 1954 and 1958.
The death of Frank Henry Burt, 'at Killara, late of Roseville', on 12 March 1946, was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 16 March 1946. The death of Mary Martha Burt née Newell, aged 87, 'at Chatswood', on 13 October 1958, was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 15 October 1958.
The birth of Percy Harwood Newell, fourth child of EDWARD THOMAS NEWELL though first by his second wife, ADA CECILIA WALSH, was registered in Sydney in 1878. Percy's marrige to Elsie Vivienne Brindley was registered at St Leonards nsw in 1900, The Sydney Morning Herald of Saturday 2 June 1900 (p1) noting: “NEWELL—BRINDLEY.—May 16, at Christ Church, Lavender Bay, by the R. A. Yarnold, Percy Harwood, second son of the late E. T. Newell Esq., to Elsie Vivienne, second daughter of late R. C. Brindley, Esq. No cards.” The birth of Elsie Vivienne Brindley as registered to ROBERT CHARLES and ADA F at Newtown in 1879.
Children of Percy and Elsie included:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Percy [patent attorney], Elsie [home duties] and Adrian Robert Edward Newell [insurance inspector] at 112 Shirley road, North Sydney, in 1930, Percy and Elsie there in 1933, 1936 and 1937, there with Elizabeth Marjorie Newell [home duties] in 1943 and Percy only there in 1949.
The death of Elsie Vivienne Newell, daughter of ROBERT CHARLES and ADA, was registered at Chatswood in 1949. The death of Percy Harwood Newell, son of EDWARD THOMAS and ADA, was registered at Chatswood in 1952.
Edward Cecil Newell was born in 1880 in Sydney,
second son of EDWARD THOMAS NEWELL by his second wife, ADA CECILIA
WALSH. Edward married Kathleen Emily McSharry on 30 October 1912 in Queensland. It appaear that Kathleen was born to MATTHEW McSHARRY and MARGARET POTTINGER on 10 October 1886 in Queensland.
Edward Cecil Newells first child was:
Queensland Electoral Rolls shew Edward Cecil Newell [overseer] at Myall Plains in 1903 and 1908, [overseer] at Maxland, Mungundi, and [station manager] at Charlton Plains, Mitchell in 1913. NSW Rolls then shew Edward [station hand] and Kathleen Emily Newell [home duties] at Wyvern, Bringagee, in 1930, joined there by Edward James Newell [overseer] in 1936 and 1937.
Kathleen Emily Newell née McSharry, aged 52, daughter of MATTHEW and MARY [sic], 12 July 1939 on Wyner Statran near Carrathool, the death registered at Hay. Kathleen was buried at Narrandera.
Edward Cecil Newell [station hand], Edward James Newell [overseer] and Valma Minna Newell [home duties] are at Wyvern, Bringagee, in 1943. Edward Cecil Newell [no occupation], Edward James Newell [insurance agent] and Valma Minna Newell [home duties] are at P.O. Tathra in 1949. Edward Cecil Newell [no occupation] is at 43 Douglas street, Nowra, in 1954. He is with Edward James Newell [assurance representative] and Valma Minna Newell [home duties] at 502 Roper street, Albury in 1958.
The death of Edward Cecil Newell, son of EDWARD THOMAS and ADA CECILIA, on 19 June 1959, was registered at Chatswood in 1959: he was buried in Narrandera NSW..
Ann Eliza Newell, 20, spinster of Newtown, born 1846, daughter of WILLIAM NEWELL and his first wife SARAH HAZELL or HARELL née GUY, married English-born James William Coles of Newtown at S Barnabas' CoE, Broadway,Sydney on 20 February 1871. James was the son of English-born publican HENRY PEARSON COLES and GRACE EWENS, and emigrated to the colony about 1869. Children of Ann and James included:
Sarah, in fact the seventh
(sic) child, was born at home in Elswick St, Petersham NSW. By Sarah's 1904 marriage her father had become a bottle merchant.
James William Coles, dealer (bottle merchant) aged 64 years, died on 15 August 1914 at The Boulevard, Leichhardt, survived by his eight children.
Ann Eliza Coles née Newell, daughter of WILLIAM NEWELL, died at 533 Balmain Road, Leichhardt, on 8 July 1931, aged 85: she was buried at Weverley Cemetery. The informant for the death certificate, her son Arthur Coles of 9 [The] Boulevard, Leichhardt, noted that she was survived by six children (Henry 61, Percy 54, Gertrude 52, Sarah 46, Arthur 43 and Ida 40), two males [Edward and Montague] having deceased.
Ben Lawrence eMailed [17 February 2010] that his "GGG Grandfather was James William Coles".
Aged 23, Percy Darb(e)y Coles (born 1875 [or 1878], son of JAMES WILLIAM and ELIZA), married Alice C Doodson in Sydney in 1898. Alice's birth had been registered to HENRY and JANE in Sydney in 1877. Perch and Alice had one child:
Aged 38, Percy married Eliza Jumna Cochrane née Meecham (her third marriage) at Gympie? Queensland circa 1923-26, with issue:
Eliza Jumna Meecham had been born on 11 March 1887 in Queeensland, the daughter of FREDERICK MEECHAM and ANNIE ISABEL FEEDAM. She had married Robert William Cochrane on 27 June 1901 in Queensland.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Percy Darby Coles [dealer] and Eliza Jumna Coles [home duties] at 23 Belmore street, Balmain, in 1930, and at 23 Belmore street [Rozelle] in 1933 and 1936.
Percy died 10 July 1935, aged 59, near Balmain North [late of Rozelle, occupation greengrocer; he had lived in Queensland for six years and NSW for 53 years.
Jon Cochrane eMailed [26 July 2009] re Percy Darby Coles & Eliza Jumna Cochrane née Meecham, seeking any further information:
My [Step] grandfather, if you will, was one Robert William Charles Cochrane who “married’ Edith May England previously Nobbs nee Maltwood.
His parents were Robert William Cochrane a farmer from Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland and Eliza Jumna formerly Meecham.
While the above good folk are not direct ancestors to me I would like to obtain more detail on them and was wondering if you had any information on either RW Cochrane and his wife Eliza Meecham.
Any information at all would be appreciated ….
The death of Eliza Jumna Bielby, daughter of FREDERICK MEECHAM and ANNIE FEEDAM, occurred on 25 October 1960 in Queensland and was registered in Queensland.
Henry James Newell, fifth child of WILLIAM NEWELL and his wife SARAH, married Lucy Emma Jackson around 1872. Lucy seems to have been the daughter of WILLIAM JACKSON and his wife LUCY. Henry and Lucy (also known as Emma) had at least six children:
Henry James Newell, aged 55, died near Granville in 1904. Lucy Emma Newell née Jackson died near Newtown on 11 April 1917.
Walter Turon Newell was born in 1851 in the gold-mining district of Sofala, in the Turon River valley in central-western NSW. On 22 September 1874 at S Barnabas' CoE Sydney, Walter married Ellen Heather of Sydney. Ellen was the daughter of ALFRED HEATHER and ELLEN PRENDERGAST, born at Woolloomooloo in 1850. The children of Walter and Ellen were:
Walter (senior) died on 30 August 1900 at Auburn NSW. Ellen Newell née Heather died 8 March 1926 at Silverwater NSW.
Ellen Florence Newell, born near The Glebe in Sydney in 1875, first of four children of WALTER TURON NEWELL and his wife ELLEN HEATHER, married Ernest M French in Sydney in 1906. (Sarah), There may have been a child:
It is possible that Ellen married a second time: the marriage of an Ellen F French to John McFadyen was registered at Balmain in 1915. NSW Electoral Rolls shew nothing. The death of an Ellen McFadyen, daughter of MICHAEL and ELLEN, was registered at Balmain in 1942: the Rolls suggest her husband was fireman Hugh McFadyen.
(William) married his first-cousin Greatta Louisa Sarah Victree
Coles (Sarah) at S Barnabas' CoE Sydney on 15 February
1904. Walter was the second of four children born of of WALTER
TURON NEWELL and his wife ELLEN HEATHER. Sarah was the daughter
of JAMES WILLIAM COLES and ANN ELIZA NEWELL.
The on-line NSW BDM indexes suggested that the birthdates of William and Sarah's children differ from previous information from another source and they are presented re-ordered here following a revision in October 2008.
The children to this William and Sarah were:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew William Walter Newell [livery stable proprietor] and Saran Newell [home duties] at Long Bay road, Maroubra, in 1930 and 1933. Iris May Newell [wardsmaid] was enrolled at Wherenui, Howell avenue, Matraville, in 1926.
William (Walter jnr.) of Dee Why died on 9 November 1963 at Blue Mountains District Hospital, Leura NSW, and was cremated at Rookwood. The Propeller of 21 November 1963 noted Bill's passing: 'the late Mr Newell, who was 83 years of age, had conducted a second-hand furniture salesroom in Forest Road, Hurstville for many years, At the time of his death he was survived by his wife and family. Most Hurstville residents of those far off early years would have been used to seeing advertisements in the Propeller of Bill Newell 'Hurstville's Second-hand Furniture King'',
Sarah his wife, “late of Cromer, formerly of Maroubra and Hurstville”, died at Harbord on 15 March 1975.
Sarah Florence Newell was certified and admitted to Rydalmere Hospital in 1932, transferred to Orange in 1945 and died February 1989.
Hazel Edna Newell married William Thomas George Webb on 12 August 1939 at S John's CoE, Maroubra NSW. William Webb was born 1919 at Broad Road South, Randwick, the son of JAMES WEBB and RACHEL SMITH. Hazel bore William nine children:
A William Thomas George Webb enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy on 27 September 1939, noting his date and place of birth as 24 May 1914 in Sydney and his next-of-kin as 'H Webb'. He was discharged as a Able Seaman from HMAS Bungaree on 29 September 1941. The death of a William Thomas George Webb [Webby”] on 28 November 1997, 'late of Berkeley Vale', was noted in the Central Coast Express Advocate on 3 December 1997.
Christine Webb née Wicks [per eMail, 21 August 2011] noted that Hazel Edna Newell sais her middle name is Elizabeth but on the birth certificate it is stated as Edna. Christine was still searching for Eliza (Elizabeth) Martin born 1816 Ireland and married to the convict Thomas Martin born in Surrey England (unable to give year date) and their burial; also was curious about Charles Alfred Martin (their son) and his marriage, did he not marry Martha Dobbin. Christine Webb [per eMail 25mar2013] affirmed that Hazel at 94 is “going strong”..
Sarah Ann Margaret
born 1882 to WALTER TURON NEWELL and his wife ELLEN HEATHER, married
Robert Chanel Cook; the marriage was registered at Waverley NSW in 1922. Robert's birth to ALFRED and SARAH F had been registered at Paddington in 1869.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Robert Chanel Cook [poultry farmer] and Sarah Ann Margaret Cook [home duties] at Yathong road, Caringbah, and Robert Chinel Cook [accountant] and Sarah at 2 Stuart street, Bexley, in 1930, Robert [accountant] and Sarah at Outlook, Townson street, Blakehurst, in 1933 and 1936, at 40 Carr street, Coogee, in 1937, Robert [retired] and Sarah at 55 Mount street, Coogee in 1943, Robert [no occupation] and Sarah at 443 Glebe road, Toxteth [West Sydney]in 1949, and Sarah at 41, Block E, Cisdell street, Surry Hills, in 1958 and 1963.
The death of Robert Clemel [sic.] Cook, son of ALFRED and SARAH FRANCES, was registered at Annandale in 1949. Sarah Ann Margaret Cook née Newell died on 3 May 1964 and was cremated at Rookwood.
born 3 March 1887 at Lane Cove Rd, St Leonards, was the last of four children of commercial traveller WALTER TURON NEWELL and his wife ELLEN HEATHER. The marriage of Alfred A Newell and Ellen Frances Carroll was registered in Sydney in 1924. The birth of Ellen Carroll, daughter of PATRICK and ELLEN, had been registered at Berrima in 1879.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Arthur Alfred Newell [labourer] and Ellen Newell [home duties] at Emoh Rou, Prince Edward street, Maroubra, in 1930, 1933 and 1936. Alfred and Ellen were listed at 80 Prince Edward street in 1937 and 1943. Alfred [no occupation] was enrolled at 236 Forbes street, Darlinghurst West, in 1954.
The death of Ellen Frances Newell née Carroll, daughter of PATRICK and ELLEN, was registered in Sydney in 1952.The death of Artrhur Alfred Newell at Paddington, aged 70, was registered in Sydney in 1957.
The birth of Agnes Sophia Newell on 16 December 1853, daughter of WILLIAM NEWELL by his first wife SARAH ANN HAZELL née GUY, was registered at Newtown. Agnes's marriage to Frederick William Farey, son of SAMUEL FAREY, on 7 August 1878 was also registered at Newtown,the Australian Town and Country Journal of Saturday 17 August 1878 (p41): "FAREY-NEWELL.-August 7, at St. Peter's, Cook's River, by the Rev. C. Baber, Frederick William Farey, eldest son of Samuel Farey, Esq., Stratford Green, London, to Agnes Sophia Newell, youngest daughter of William Newell, auctioneer, Newtown.".
Children of Frederick and Agnes were:
Agnes Sophia Farey née Newell , daughter of WILLIAM and SARAH A, died on 29 October 1901., her death registered at Drummoyne; The Sydney Morning Herald of Wednesday 30 October 1901 (p1) recording: "FAREY.-October 29, at her residence, Lyons-road, Drummoyne, the beloved wife of F. W. Farey. As she lived so she died, in peace, aged 47.". An In Memoriam notice in The Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 29 October 1908 noted " FAREY.— In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Agnes Sophia, who died October 29, 1901. Inserted by her loving children."
The marriage of a Frederick William Farey to Amy Josephine Hurst was registered at Drummoyne in 1905. They were the parents of (at least):
The death of a Frederick W Farey, son of WILLIAM and EMMA L, was registered at Drummoyne in 1926, The Sydney Morning Herald of Wednesday 17 February 1926 (p13) noting: "FAREY.—The Funeral of the late Mr. FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY will leave St. Bede's Church, College-street, Drummoyne, THIS WEDNESDAY, at 9.30 a.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Waverley. Motor Funeral. WOOD COFFILL LIMITED, Motor Funeral Directors." The death of Amy Josephine Farey née Hurst, daughter of THOMAS and MARION, was registered at Ryde in 1949.
Emma Lucy M Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was born on 8 May 1879 at 1 George Street West, Sydney, The Sydney Morning Herald of Saturday 10 May 1879 (p1) noting: "FAREY.—May 6, at 1, George-street West, the wife of F. W. Farey, of a daughter.", though on 17 May 1879 (p43) it noted: "FAREY.—May 3, at 1, George-street West, the wife of F. W. Farey, of a daughter."
Emma Lucy M Farey died on 3 November 1880, The Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 5 November 1880 (p1) noting: "FAREY.-November 3, at her parents' residence, 1, George-street West, the beloved and only child of Frederick William and Agnes Farey, aged 18 months."
Samuel Francis William Farey, son of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was born on 9 June 1881 at 1 George Street West, Sydney, The Sydney Morning Herald on Friday 10 June 1881 (p1) noting: "FAREY.—June 9, at 1, George-street West, the wife of F. W. Farey, of a son."
Samuel Francis William Farey died on 17 March 1882, The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 18 March 1882 noting: "FAREY.—At 1, George-street West, of croup, after 24 hours' illness, Samuel Francis William, dearly beloved and only surviving child of Frederick William and Agnes Farey, aged 9 months and 1 week."
The birth of Fredrick Herman Guy Farey, son of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was registered in Sydney in 1883; Fredrick Herman Guy died on 20 June 1884 as registered at Canterbury.
The birth of Agnes Louise Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was registered at registered at Canterbury in 1885. Agnes' marriage to Charles Gatward was registered at Drummoyne in 1917, with possible children including:
Births to Charles and Agnes noted in The Sydney Morning Herald included [Tuesday 14 May 1929 (p10)] "GATWARD.- May 12 (Mothers Day) at Famenoth private hospital to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gatward- a son." and [Monday 2 October 1933 (p8)] "GATWARD.- October 1, at Famenoth private hospital, Kensington, to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gatward- a daughter."
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Charles Gatward [produce merchant] and Agnes Louise Gatward [home duties] at Chapel road, Bankstown, in 1930 and 1933, with Agnes only there in 1936 and 1937. Agnes and Dorothy Mavis Gatward [student] are listed at 37 Goodlet street, Ashfield, in 1943. Agnes, Leslie Wilfred Gatward [traveller] and Thelma Irene Gatward [stenographer] are listed at 37 Goodlet street, Ashfield, in 1949, and Agnes and Leslie in 1954. Leslie Wilfred Gatward [pastrycook] remained at 37 Goodlet street, Ashfield, in 1958 and 1963, and was joined there by Margaret Adeline Gatward [home duties] by 1968. Leslie only was still listed at that address in 1980.
The death of Charles Gatward, son of JOHN and MARY, was registered at Rockdale in 1935, The Sydney Morning Herald of Tuesday 6 August 1935 (p7) noting: "GATWARD.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. LOUISA GATWARD and FAMILY, of Chapel-road, Bankstown, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dear HUSBAND and their FATHER, Charles Gatward, to leave Geo. Andrew's Funeral Chapel, 237 Liverpool-road, Ashfield, THIS DAY after Service commencing at 2 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. GEO. ANDREWS, 237-239 Liverpool-road, Ashfield. Phone, U2808 (2 lines)."
The death of Agnes Gatward née Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM and AGNES SOPHIA, on 24 May 1965, was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald next day and registered at Burwood. Charles and Agnes were the grandparents of Steve Gatward [ per eMail, 14 February 2002].
Julia Fredricka Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was born on 19 November 1887, her birth registered at Burwood in 1888, The Sydney Morning Herald on Tuesday 29 November 1887 (p1) noting: "FAREY.—November 19, at her residence, Lyons-road, Five Dock, the wife of F. W. Farey, of a daughter.".
The marriage Julia Fredricka Farey and William Henry Brownley was registered in Sydney in 1926. William's birth to GEORGE BROWNLEY and JANE PIPER had been registered at Lismore in 1884 [the marriage of George and Jane had also been registered at Lismore in 1884].
NSW Electoral Rolls shew William Henry Browley [mechanic] and Julia Frederica Brownley [home duties] at 297 East Ballina street, Lismore, in 1930, at 27 Bent street, Lismore, in 1936, 1937 and 1943; William [no occupation listed], Julia and Fae Lorita Brownley [typist] were at 30 Tring terrace, Toombul, in 1954; Julia was still at that latter address in 1958.
The death in Queensland of William Henry Brownley on 12 June 1956, son of GEORGE [BROWNLEY] and JANE PIPER, was registered in Queensland. An obituary for William H Brownley, who died on 12 June 1956, aged 72, 'at Brisbane, late of Lismore', was published in Lismore's Northern Star on 20 June 1956.
The death in Queensland of 'Junia Frederica Brownley' on 3 January 1960, daughter of FREDERICK FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was registered in Queensland. The funeral of Julia Frederica Farey on 5 January 1960, 'late of Toombul', was noted in Lismore's Northern Star that day.
Frederick Beeton Farey, son of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was born on 7 September 1889 at Five Dock, hs birth registered at Five Dock; The Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 14 September 1889 (p1): "FAREY.—September 7, at her residence, Lyons-road, Five Dock, the wife of F. W. Farey, of a son."
Frederick Beaton Farey enlisted into the Australian Army at Wollongong on 16 May 1942, noting that he was born on 7 September 1891 at Drummoyne [sic.], his 'locality' as Austinmer and his 'next-of-kin' as Marg Farey; he was discharged a Private from 12 Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps (Part Time duty) on 24 September 1944.
The marriage Frederic Beton Farey and Maggie Scott was registered at Randwick in 1914; they were the parents of (at least):
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Frederick Beton Farey [carpenter] and Margaret Farey [home duties] at The Grove, Austinmer, in 1930, 1936, 1937, 1943 and 1949, and in 1954 and 1958 [when Sheila Farey [nurse] was listed at 27 Grove road, Austinmer]; Frederick and Margaret were listed at 27 Grove road, Austinmer in 1963 and 1968. Albert Frederick Farey [salesman] and Margaret were listed at 27 Grove road, Austinmer in 1980.
The death of Frederick Beeton Farey, son of FRED and AGNES, was registered in NSW in 1977. The death of Margaret Farey, daughter of JOHN and MARY, on 2 January 1981, aged 88, 'at St George Hospital, Kogarah, late of Austinmer', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 3 January 1981.
The birth of Elsie Irene Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM FAREY and AGNES SOPHIA NEWELL, was registered at Drummoyne in 1892.
The marriage of Elsie Irene Farey and Arthur Sidney Farebrother was registered in Sydney in 1924. They appear to have at least been the parents of:
Arthur enlisted into the Australian Army at Paddington on 4 March 1940, noting his birth details as 1 January 1888 at Stanmore, his 'locality' as West Ryde and his 'next-of-kin' as Elsie Farey; he was discharged a Corporal from “10 W/shop & Park Coy' on 14 September 1945.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Arthur Sidney Farebrother [clerk] and Elsie Irene Farey [home duties] at Chatham road, Ryde, in 1930, at 40 Chatham road, Ryde, in 1933, 1936, 1937 and 1943, joined by Audrey Irene Farebrother [stenographer] in 1949; Arthur, Elsie and Neville Ernest Farbrother [chemist] were at at Chatham road, Ryde, in 1958, and Elsie and Neville [sales manager] in 1963. What of 1954 1958 p2 and 1968.
The death of Elsie Irene Farebrother née Farey, daughter of FREDERICK WILLIAM and AGNES, on 2 July 1972, aged 80, 'late of West Ryde', was registered at St Leonards noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 3 July 1972. The death of Arthur Sydney Farebrother, son of FERDINAND and ALICE FLORENCE, on 9 August 1962, aged 74, 'at R.G.H. Concord, late of West Ryde', was registered at Marrickville and noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 10 August 1962..
Edward Downton Farey married Josephine Cochram on 21 October 1916, with children:
Leslie Allen Newell, whose birth was registered at Newtown in 1884, was the first child of WILLIAM NEWELL by his second wife, MARGARET ALLAN. Leslie was Williams eighth child, and some forty-five years younger than Williams first-born, Robert William Newell (born 1839) and thirty-one years younger than his youngest step-sibling, Agnes Sophia Newell. Leslie married Bessie Edith Carrie at Petersham in 1915. Bessie, born about Newtown in 1890, was the daughter of GEORGE CARRIE and MARY A SURD, who had married at Petersham in 1882. Leslie and Bessie were the parents of:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Leslie Allen Newell [com. traveller] and Bessie Edith Newell [home duties] at La Bassee, Brighton avenue, Croydon Park in 1930, Leslie [traveller] and Bessie and Mavis Jean Newell [typiste] at 35 Queens road, Hurstville in 1943, and Leslie, Bessie, Mavis and Jack Allan Newell [clerk] at 17 Cross street, Cronulla in 1949. Leslie, Mavis and Jack were still at 17 Cross street, Cronulla in 1958. Leslie Allen Newell [traveller] and Edith Newell [home duties] were listed at 19 Camille street, Sans Souci, later in 1930 and in 1933, 1936 and 1937.
Jack Allen Newell of Hurstville enlisted in the Australian Army on 10 October 1941 at Kogarah, noting that he was born on 9 June 1922 in Sydney and his next-of-kin as Leslie Newell; he was discharged a Private at Darwin Details Depot Eastern Command on 16 September 1942. On 17 September 1942 in Adelaide, Jack enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force, noting that he was born on 9 June 1922 at Croydon Park NSW and his next-of-kin as Leslie Newell; he was discharged an Aircraftman 2 at 4 Embarkation Depot Mitcham on 8 March 1943. On 9 March 1943 Wayville in South Australia, Jack re-enlisted in the Australian Army, noting that he was born on 9 June 1922 in Sydney and his next-of-kin as Leslie Newell; he was discharged a Private from 1 Aust. Parachute Battalion on 12 June 1946. NSW Electoral Rolls shew Jack Allan Newell [clerk] and Mavis Jean Newell [typist] at 17 Cross street, Cronulla, in 1963 and 1968, with Jack [no occupation listed] at 7/33 Searl Rd., Cronulla and Mavis [typist] at 7/21 Ewos Parade, Cronulla, in 1980.
The death of Bessie Edith Newell née Carrie, daughter of GEORGE NAPIER [CARRIE] and MARY ANN, was registered at Rockdale in 1955. The death on 9 June 1959 of Leslie Allen Newell, indexed as son of FREDERICK WILLIAM and MARGARET, was registered at Sutherland: he was cremated at Woronora..
Ruby Beatrice Newell was the second child of WILLIAM
NEWELL by his second wife, MARGARET ALLAN. Rubys birth was
registered at Newtown in 1887. NSW Electoral Rolls shew Ruby Beatrice Newell [home duties] and her mother Margaret Ann Newell [home duties] at 46 Raymond road, Neutral Bay in 1933 and, joined by Eva Sarah Newell [home duties], in 1936, 1937 and 1943; Ruby and Eva were still there in 1949, 1958 and 1963. In 1930 Eva Sarah Newell [home duties] was listed at 3 Avenue road, Mosman.
The death of Ruby Beatrice Newell, daughter of WILLIAM and MARGARET ANN, was registered at St Leonards in 1971.
Frederick William Newell, third child of WILLIAM NEWELL by MARGARET ALLAN, was born in 1889, his birth registered at Newtown. Williams tenth child, Frederick appears to have married Isabel Gertrude Smith at Newtown in 1913.The birth of Isabella Smith was registered to RICHARD and CLARIA at Bombala in 1892 [sibling registrations noted the mother as CORELIA]. Frederick and Isabell were the parents of the following children (and possibly others born after 1918):
The death of Isabell Gertrude Newell née Smith, daughter of RICHARD FELIX and CORLIEA ANN, was registered at Marrickville in 1938 and noted in The Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 20 January 1938 (p10).
The death of Frederick William Newell, aged 89,'at Roselands Nursing Home, late of Punchbowl', on 9 September 1978 and 13 September 1978 was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 15 and 14 September 1978 respectively; the BDM indexes note him as the son of MARGARET ANN.
Claude A Newell, fourth child of WILLIAM NEWELL by MARGARET ALLAN, was born in 1891, his birth registered at Marrickville. Williams eleventh and last issue, Claude married Doris H Hull at Newtown in 1915. Claude and Doris were the parents of at least two children:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Claude Augustus Newell [pastrycook] and Doris Hilda Newell [home duties] at 17 Milsop street, West Kogarah, in 1930 and 1933. Claude [baker] and Doris were at Canal street, Griffith, in 1936 and 1937, with Norman Lindsay Newell [labourer] listed at 11 Canal street, Griffith. Claude and Doris were back at 17 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1943, with Nance Irene Newell [metrologist]; Claude and Doris were still there in 1949. Claude, Doris and Philip Ian Newell [joiner] were listed at 17 Milsop street in 1954, joined by Elsie Freda Newell [machinist] and Margaret Ellen Newell [clerk] in 1958. Claude and Doris were still there in 1963. Doris was at 84 Holt St., Sylvania, in 1980.
Claude enlisted in the Australian Army at the Sydney Cricket Ground on 1 March 1941, noting his birth details, his 'locality' as Bexley and his 'next-of-kin' as Doris Newell; he was discharged a Lance Sergeant from HQ EC on 16 July 1948.
The death of Claude Augustus Newell, son of NEWELL [sic] and MARGARET, was registered in NSW in 1975. The death of Doris Hilda Newell on 14 September 1989, aged 95, 'late of Sylvania, formerly of Bexley', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 16 September 1989.
Norman Lindsay Newell, born at Paddington on 2 March 1913 [birth registered in Sydney in 1925i], was a son of CLAUDE AUGUSTUS NEWELL by DORIS HILDA HULL. Norman's marriage to Margaret Sutton was registered at Hurstville in 1939.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Norman Lindsay Newell [labourer] listed with his parents Claude Augustus Newell [baker] and Doris Hilda Newell [home duties] at Canal street, Griffith, in 1936 and 1937. Norman Lindsay Newell [accountant] and Margaret Newell [home duties] are listed at 31 Walter street, Peakhurst, in 1943.
Norman Lindsay Newell enlisted in the Australian Army at Kogarah on 6 February 1942, noting his birth details, his 'locality' as Mortdale and his 'next-of-kin' as Margaret Newell; he was discharged a Lance Corporal from 130 General Transport Company on 13 October 1942. Next day Norman enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force in Sydney on 14 October 1942, noting his birth details, his 'locality' as unknown and his 'next-of-kin' as Margaret Newell. A Flight Sergeant in 77 Squadron, he died in battle over Denmark on 16 February 1944 when his Halifax bomber LW341 crashed into the Baltic Sea: a memorial exists in Kappel Churchyard, Denmark.
The CWGC The War Graves Photographic Project website, copied on othersii, detailing his grave, notes his parents as NORMAN SIDNEY WEIRICK NEWELL and MAVIS NEWELL:
16/02/44 Aged 30 Row 9. Grave 8. Son of Norman Sidney Weirick Newell and Mavis Newell; husband of Margaret Newell, of Mortdale, New South Wales, Australia.
A Danish Airmen website adds detail:
"During a bombing raid to Berlin a Halifax crashed into the Baltic Sea on the night before 16 February 1944."
"A member of the crew of this plane, N.L. Newell, was found on 30 August 1944 drifted ashore on Riddertofte Beach. Buried on 1 September 1944 by vicar Albert Madsen at the request of the German Wehrmacht."
Margaret Newell [shop assistant] was at 45 Walter street, Peakhurst, in 1954, 1963, 1968, 1972, 1977 and 1980. It appears she and Norman were childless.
Nance Irene Newell, potentially a child of CLAUDE AUGUSTUS NEWELL by DORIS HILDA HULL, was listed in the NSW Electoral Rolls as a metrologist residing with Claude and Eva at 7 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1943, suggesting she was born c1919-23. Nance’s marriage to Clement Maloney was registered at Rockdale in 1944. Clement and Nance seem to have become the parents of:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Clement Maloney [clerk] and Nance Irene Maloney [home duties] at 7 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1949, and at 5 Rohan street, Naremburn, in 1954, 1958 and 1963. Clement and Nance were listed at 20 Parker street, Curtin, in 1968 and 1972, joined by Peter Chanel Maloney [labourer] and Michael Vincent Robert Maloney [student] in 1977. Clement and Nance were still at 20 Parker street, Curtin, in 1980, together with Susan Gay Maloney [student]. Peter Chanel Maloney [labourer] and Michael Vincent Robert Maloney [psychiatrist] were at 4 Allwood St., Chilfey, in 1980.
In 2013 Clement Maloney was still noted as a Justice of the Peace at 20 Parker Street, Canberra-Curtin, Australian Capital Territor.
Philip Ian Newell, potentially a child of CLAUDE AUGUSTUS NEWELL by DORIS HILDA HULL, was listed in the NSW Electoral Rolls as a joiner residing with Claude and Eva at 7 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1954 and 1958, suggesting he was born c1919-23. Philip's marriage to Elsie Freda Howard was registered at Kogarah in 1952.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Philip Ian Newell [joiner] and Elsie Freda Newell [machinist] at 7 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1958 and at 27 Snowden avenue, Sylvania, later in 1958 and in 1963, 1968 and 1980.
Margaret Ellen Newell, potentially a child of CLAUDE AUGUSTUS NEWELL by DORIS HILDA HULL, was listed in the NSW Electoral Rolls as a clerk residing with Claude and Eva at 7 Milsop street, Bexley, in 1958, suggesting she was born c1923-27. It is possible it was Margaret's marriage to Alan Edwin Russell that was registered at Canterbury in 1958. It is also possibble that Alan was the Alan edwin Russell who enlisted into the australian Army on 4 September 1943, noting that he was born on 25 September 1921 in Brisbane, his 'locality' as Indooroopilly, and his next-of-kin as A Russell: he was discharged a Signalman from 7 Australian Brigade of Signals on 2 January 1946.
Margaret and Alan appear to have been the parents of (at least):
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Alan Edwin Russell [toolmaker] and Margaret Ellen Newell [home duties] at 84 Holt road, Sylvania, later in 1958 and in 1963 and 1968, joined there by Wayne Edwin Russell [student] in 1980..
A Thomas Newell, possibly the child born c1820 in Ireland to WILLIAM NEWELL (1797 1853) and his first wife ANNA, emigrated unassisted from Sydney to Tasmania in 1842 aboard the Mary Ann Watson with his wife Elizabeth —. A son was:
It appears that Thomas [born c1820] and possibly Elizabeth returned to Tasmania, where their son Thomas Edward married in 1877.
The death in Tasmania of a Thomas Newell on 5 December 1857, aged 36, was registered in Hobart in 1858. Note that, reasonably contemporary to the NSW baptism of Thomas Edward Newell in 1846, were the baptisms of Bridget Newell (1849) and Francis Newell (1850), each to parents THOMAS and ELIZABETH.
It is possible that Thomas born c1820 died in 1857, The Hobart Town Mercury of Monday 7 December 1857 (p2) noting:
DIED on Dec. 5th Thomas Newell, aged 36 years, at his residence, 140 Collins-street, from injuries received the previous afternoon, a waggon having gone his body. The funeral will take place to-morrow at 3 o'clock. Friends are respectfully invited to attend.
Thomas Edward Newell, son of THOMAS NEWELL and his wife ELIZABETH, married Mary Osborne on 11 October 1877; their recorded issue were:
Robert Newell, born c1824 in (?Dublin) Ireland, was the youngest child of WILLIAM NEWELL (1797 1853) and his first wife ANNA. A marriage is recorded at Holy Trinity CoE, Sydney, for Robert Newell to Susanna Wilson on 25/27 July 1846. Susannah was probably the daughter of THOMAS WILSON and ELIZABETH JOSEPH, 6 months old in the 1828 census. Robert, a galvanised iron worker, and Susan had at least two children:
Walter, unmarried general
labourer, drowned in the Peel River at Dungowan in northern NSW
on 16 September 1898, aged 46 years. It is not known what ultimately
became the others. It is quite possible that Susan was the Susan Wilson who died aged 34 years in Sydney in 1863 and was buried in the CoE section of the Camperdown Cemetery.
A Robert Newell, widower plumber, married a Mary Anne Smith, widow, on 16 December 1875 at S James' Church, King Street, Sydney, in the presence of John Martin Rocker and Christina Smith.
Robert Edward Newell, born 1849 to ROBERT NEWELL and his wife SUSANNAH WILSON, married Fanny Woodhouse at Penrith in 1872; Fanny, daughter of GEORGE WOODHOUSE and ANN(E) ANDREWS [married at St Peter's CoE, Campbelltown, in 1940 (Co. Aird)], had been baptised in 1848. Children of Robert and Fanny included:
The Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 14 February 1935 (p10) noted: "NEWELL.-February 31, 1935, at a private hospital, Parramatta, Robert Edward Newell (late of Penrith), beloved father of Susie (Mrs. Bain), Fanny (Mrs. Stanton), Nellie (Mrs. Graham), Walter, Leslie, and Alice (deceased), aged 85 years. For funeral notice see Friday's paper.". The death of Robert Newell, aged 85, of Parramatta, son of ROBERT, was registered at Parramatta in 1935.
Judith Drumbell, researching the Newells from Counties Cavan and Monaghan, wrote (23nov2001) that the Alice M Newell who married Walter R Reimer at Murwillumbah NSW in 1910i was Martha Alice Newell the daughter of [cousins] John Newell and Sarah Jane Newell née Newell. Judith is researching a couple of families, but thinks they all relate to Anthony Newell and Eliza White. Their children were Anthony, John and James (& possibly others). Anthony and John, born about 1790, James born about 1795. All of Anthony junior's children emigrated to Australia, as did one of John's and then some grandchildren. James and his family also emigrated. Some of these children came to SA, but most came to the Hunter Valley, even the ones from SA and they spread out from there.
The birth of Walter Edward Newell, eldest child of tinplate worker ROBERT EDWARD NEWELL and his wife FANNY WOODHOUSE, was registered at Penrith in 1873. Walter Edward Newell married Margaret Ann Price at Parramatta 7 October 1899; The Sydney Morning Herald of Saturday 18 October 1924 (p16) noted: “SILVER WEDDINGS. NEWELL-PRICE.—October 7, 1899, at St. John's Church of England, Parramatta, by the Rev. Robert Rooke. Margaret (Maggie), second daughter of Mrs. Price and the late Alderman William Price, J.P., of Parramatta, to Walter Edward Newell, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Newell, of Penrith, Present address: 231 Livingstone road, Marrickville.” The birth of Margaret Anne Price to WILLIAM and MARGRET ANN PRICE had been registered at Bathurst in 1873.
Walter and Margaret raised two children:
Walter Edward Newell died on 26 January 1931 at Marrickville NSW, The Sydney Morning Herald of Tuesday 27 January 1931 (p8) noting: "NEWELL.—January 26, 1931. at his residence, Toongabbie, 231 Livingstone-road, Marrickville, Walter Edward Newell, beloved husband of Margaret Annie Newell, aged 58 years.”
The Sydney Morning Herald on Tuesday 8 July 1924 (p8) recorded: "HARPER.—July 6, 1924, at her residence, No. 17 Eddy-street, Hamilton, Newcastle, Mary Jane, dearly beloved wife of Alfred Sydney Harper, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. Price, and sister of Mrs. Walter E. Newell, Livingstone-road, Marrickville."
The birth of Susan Ann Newell, daughter of ROBERT EDWARD NEWELL and his wife FANNY WOODHOUSE, was registered at Penrith in 1875. The marriage of Susan Ann Newell and Peter Alexander Bain was registered at Katoomba in 1914. The birth of Peter Alexander Bain to PETER and HELLEN had been registered at Young in 1864.
Children of Peter and Susan seem to have included:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Peter Bain [labourer] and Susan Bain [home duties] at 76 Harris street, Harris Park, in 1936, joined there by Alan Edward Bain [rubber worker] in 1937.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Peter Alexander Bain [labourer] and Susan Ann Bain [home duties] at 27 Cowper street, Harris Park, in 1943, along with Alan Edward Bain [rubber worker] and Donald Robert Bain [railway employee]. Susan, Alan and Donald were still at at 27 Cowper street, Harris Park, in 1949 and Susan and Donald in 1954. Susan, Donald, Lawrence James Bain [jeweller] and Fay May Bain [home duties] were at 27 Cowper street, Harris Park, in 1958.
The death of Peter Alexander Bain, son of PETER and HELEN, on 29 June 1946, aged 81, 'at Parramatta District Hospital', was registered at Parramatta and noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 1 July 1946:
The death of Susan Ann Bain née Newell, daughter of ROBERT and FANNY, aged 83, 'late of Harris Park', was registered at Newtown and noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 30 June 1958.
The birth of Fanny Elizabeth Newell, daughter of ROBERT EDWARD NEWELL and his wife FANNY WOODHOUSE, was registered Penrith in 1879. The marriage of and Oswald Joseph Stanton was registered in Sydney in 1904. Oswald Joseph Stanton, son of WILLIAM STANTON and MARIA STRICKLAND, had been born on 9 February 1875 at Marayong NSW, though the birth was registered at rural Forbes.
Children of Fanny and Oswald included:
Oswald served as a Private in the NSW Medical Team in the Boer War, sailing on the SS Kent on 28 October 1899. Noting that he was a champion rifleman, is granddaughter Shirley Stanton Berg of North Ryde NSW noted on the Australian Boer War Memorial WebSite:
Details of service in [Boer] war: From December 1899 in Cape Colony, Free State, and Transvaal. Battle of Paardeberg; Poplar Grove; Dreifontein; Bloemfontein to establish a hospital; Orange Free State; Transvaal. Invalided to Australia arrived 6th August 1900. Bloemfontein,4th April 1900:- The Commander-in-Chief paid an offficial inspection to the hospital we have established here in the Orange Free State Artillery Barracks. A wretchedly dirty and out-or-repair structure, when we took it over: but by heavy fatigue parties and help of the Roayal Engineers, we have made it passable. We run 150 beds. Lord Roberts went round each ward and cheered up the wounded, and at the end of the inspection graciously informed me that he was etremely pleased with all he had seen,and complimented the staff of the hospital on the manner in which they had carried out their difficuly work. His Excellency also spoke in high terms of our NSW ambulance wagons,and stated he intended to recommened them as a pattern.
Service and life after the Boer War: Captain of the NSW Rifle Team 1906. Won the Kings Medal for rifle shooting 1920.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Oswald Joseph Stanton [tram-driver] and Fanny Elizabeth Stanton [home duties] at Denison street, Waverley South, in 1930, 1933, 1936, 1937, 1943, 1949, 1954 and 1958, with Fanny only there in 1963.
The death of Oswald Joseph Stanton, son of WILLIAM and MARIA, was registered at Burwood in 1960 The death of Fanny Elizabeth Stanton née Newell, daughter of ROBERT and FANNY, on 26 March 1964, was registered at Burwood.
The birth of Leslie Edward/Edmund Newell, son of ROBERT EDWARD NEWELL and his wife FANNY WOODHOUSE, was registered at Penrith in 1882. The marriage of Leslie and Linda I R Neale was registered at Hurstville in 1912. The birth of Linda J R Neale to GEORGE R C and JANE E had been registered at Randwick in 1884.
Children of Leslie and Linda included:
The death of Leslie E Newell was registered at Canterbury NSW in 1931.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew Leslie Edmund Newell [postal official] and Linda Tanth Newell [home duties] at Fassifern, Evaline street, Campsie, in 1930, Linda at Fassifern, Evaline street, Campsie, in 1933, Russell Robert Newell [shop assistant] and Linda Tanth Newell [home duties] at Fassifern or 13 Evaline street, Campsie, in 1936, Russell at 13 and Linda at 71 Evaline street in 1937.
Carolyn Dunne, of Palm Beach NSW 2108 (15aug2005) is related to a descendant of Leslie..
John Joseph Newell, born 1843 at Camperdown NSW, was a son of WILLIAM NEWELL (1797 1853) and his second wife HARRIETT MOORE née McCOY. A bachelor butcher, John married Mary Anne Hughes, aged 19, at the Scot's Church Sydney on 14 October 1867. Mary was the daughter born in Sydney in 1847 to drayman WILLIAM HUGHES and his wife MARY ANNE BOYLE or BEALE or BALE. Children to John Joseph and Mary Anne Newell were:
Mary Ann Newell née Hughes, aged 43, died 21 May 1890 at Camperdown; John Joseph Newell, aged 68, died 22 March 1912 at Newtown, and was buried at Rookwood Necropolis NSW.
George Henry Joseph Newell, born at Camperdown NSW in 1881 to JOHN JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife MARY ANNE HUGHES, married Eva Gibson, aged 22, at The Presbyterian Manse, Newtown, on 14 May 1906. Eva was the daughter born at Goulburn NSW to JAMES GIBSON (deceased prior to Eva's marriage) and HARRIET RANDELL. The issue to George and Eva were:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew George Henry Joseph Newell [carter] and Eva Newell [home duties] at 8 Mt. Pleasant avenue, Burwood, in 1930, and at 8 Rowley street, Burwood in 1933. George Henry Joseph Newell [carter], Eva Newell [home duties] and Florence Adelene Newell [packer] at 8 Gordon street, Burwood, in 1936 and 1937. Eva was enrolled at 36 Frederick street, Concord West, in 1943 and 1949, and with Robert James [sic.] Newell [carpenter and joiner] at 48 Frederick street, Concord, in 1958; Eva alone was listed there in 1963.
George Newell (senior), aged 57 years, died in Sydney on 18 November 1938. The death of Eva Newell, daughter of JAMES and HARRIET , was registered at Burwood NSW in 1966.
The birth of John Joseph Newell to GEORGE HENRY JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife EVA GIBSON was registered at Newtown in 1906. It appears that Joseph married Grace Elvins on 9 August 1933 in Queensland.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew John Joseph Newell [bricklayer] and Grace Newell [home duties] at 1 Moore street, Burwood, in 1937, John Joseph Newell [dental mechanic] and Grace Newell at 88 Deakin street, Auburn North, in 1943, 1949, 1954, 1958 and 1963, John [——] and Grace were at 20 Imperial Ave., Emu Plains in 1980.
The death on 6 April 1987 of John Joseph Newell, aged 80, 'late of Emu Plains', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 8 April 1987 The death on 5 September 1989 of Grace Newell, aged 80, “late of Emu Plains”, was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 7 September 1989.
The birth of George Henry Joseph Newell to GEORGE HENRY JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife EVA GIBSON, was registered at Newtown in 1908. George's marriage to Rose Alma Heuschkell registered at Petersham in 1927. The birth of Rosa Alma Heuschkel, daughter of ARTHUR H and MARY J, was registered in Sydney in 1904. Children of George and Rose seem to have included:
NSW Electoral Rolls shew George Henry Joseph Newell (2) [labourer] and Rose Alma Newell [home duties] at 3 Mt. Pleasant avenue, Burwood and at 123 Wilson street, Newtown, in 1930, George Henry Newell [labourer], Rose and William Albert Newell [clerk] at 10 Station street, Petersham in 1933, and George and Rose at 10 Station street in 1936 and 1937. George Henry Newell [driver] and Rose were at 19 Thomas street, Ashfield, in 1933. Note that William Albert Newell would have been born prior to 1913 to appear in the 1933 Roll and was probably George's younger brother.
The death of George Henry Joseph Newell, son of GEORGE HENRY JOSEPH NEWELL and EVA GIBSON, was registered at Burwood NSW in 1945. The Sydney Morning Herald of Thursday 1 March 1945 (p10) noted:
NEWELL.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Rose Newell and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Husband and their dear Father, George Henry; to leave his mother's residence, 36 Frederick Street, Concord, This Afternoon. at 1.30 o'clock, for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited, 24 Enmore Road, Newtown. 'Phones. IA2777 (4 lines).
NEWELL-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. E. Newell and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved Son and their dear Brother, George Henry Newell. For details see family notice. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited.
NEWELL.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. Henschkel and Family are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearlv beloved Son-in-law and their dear Brother-in-law, George Henry Newell. For details see family notice. Labor Motor Funerals, Limited.
Rose was listed at 19 Thomas street, Ashfield, with Raymond George Newell [welder] in 1949 and 1954. Raymond was listed with Margaret Anne Newell [home duties] at 8 Juliette avenue, Punchbowl, in 1958. Raymond [——] and Margaret were at 18 Rawson street, Habefield, in 1963 and 1968, and joined there by Paul Raymond Newell [spry pntr] in 1980.
The marriage of Rose Alma Newell and Leslie John Rillstone was registered at Five Dock in 1955. The Rolls shew Leslie John Rillstone [projectionist] and Rose Alma Rillstone [home duties] at 19 Thomas street, Ashfield in 1958 and Leslie [salesman] and Rose at 38 Manchester street in 1963.
The death of Rose Alma Rillstone formerly Newell née Heuschkell, daughter of ARTHUR HENRY and MARY JANE, was registered at Burwood in 1969. The death of Leslie John Rillstone, son of RICHARD and JANE, was registered at Parramatta later in 1969.
William Albert Newell, son of GEORGE HENRY JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife EVA GIBSON, was born 4 October 1910 at the family home, 20 Little Queen Street, Newtown: his father's occupation was noted as a plasterer. William married on or before 26 December 1941 and it is possible that he was the William Albert Anthony Newell whose marriage to Dorothy Smith was registered at Redfern in 1938. Children of William and Dorothy seem to have included:
William Albert Newell enlisted in the Australian Army at Paddington NSW on 26 December 1941, noting his birth details as on 4 October 1910 at Manly, his 'locality' as Botany and his 'next-of-kin' as Dorothy Newell; he was discharged a Private from 8 I Trg. Bn.
on 9 January 1942.
NSW Electoral Rolls shew William Albert Newell [departmental manager] and Dorothy Newell [home duties] at 19 Grand Parade, Brighton-le-Sands, in 1954, 1958 and 1963, and there with Ross James Newell [police constable] in 1968.
The death of William Albert Newell on 9 November 1970, aged 60, 'late of Brighton', son of GEORGE HENRY J and EVA, was noted in The Sydney Morning Herald on 11 November 1970.
The death of Dorothy Newell on 15 June 2000, aged 85, 'late of Brighton-le-Sands', was noted in the Sydney Morning Herald on 17 June 2000.
John Joseph Newell, born at Camperdown NSW in 1883, the seventh child to JOHN JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife MARY ANNE HUGHES, married Lucy Catherine Mary Crotty at St Stephen's Church of England, Newtown (Camperdown) on 16 October 1905. Lucy, born in 1887 at Newtown, was the daughter of JOHN THOMAS CROTTY and MARY ANN GALVIN.
John and Lucy Newell had eight children:
Doris, Rita Agnes and Lillian Newell were raised by an aunt (Mr and) Mrs O P MKee of 39 Neville Street, Marrickville. It is not known what happened to John Joseph Newell. The death of Lucy Catherine May (sic) Newell, daughter of John Thomas and Mary Ann, was registered at Newtown in 1950.
Irene May Newell was born in Sydney in 1906, lived at 29 Grose Street, Camperdown, and died at Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney on 13 December 1907. She was interred in the Church of England Section of Rookwood Cemetery.
Lucy Irene Newell was born at 29 Grose Street, Camperdown in 1908, where she died on 1 May 1908. A coronial inquiry was conducted the next day, when she was interred in the Independent Section of Rookwood Cemetery, the burial conducted by a minister of the Congregational Church.
Elsie Florence Newell was born at Camperdown NSW in 1909, and married John Robert Wright at Mayfield in 1936.
The NSW Electoral Roll shews Elsie Florence Newell [home duties] at Sidney Hill, Miller's Forest (near Raymond Terrace) in 1930; John Robert Wright [boilermaker] and Elsie at 34 Newcastle street, Mayfield in 1936, at 43 Roe street, Mayfield in 1937, at 34 George street, Mayfield in 1943, 1949, 1958 and 1963.
The death of John Robert Wright, son of JOHN ROBERT and JANE, was registered at Hamilton in 1969. The death of Elsie Florence Wright, daughter of JOHN and LUCIE, was registered at Newcastle in 1970.
William John Henry Newell was born at Camperdown in 1911, and died at 8 Fowler Street, Camperdown three weeks and four days later. He was interred in the Church of England Section of Rookwood Cemetery.
Mavis M Newell was born in 1912. She never married, and when 17 years old and residing at Fishers Hill, died in Maitland District Hospital. She was interred in the Roman Catholic Section of Campbells Hill Cemetery, West Maitland.
Dorothy Irene Newell (Doris) was born at Newtown NSW in 1914, the child of JOHN JOSEPH NEWELL and his wife LUCY CATHERINE MARY CROTTY. Dorothy married Gordon Raymond Simpson of Bondi on 18 April 1936 at St Brigid's Catholic Church, Marrickville NSW. Gordon was the son born 1912 at Paddington to GEORGE ARTHUR SIMPSON (born England) and hs wife KATHRYN/KATHLEEN ROLLS (born Grafton NSW).
Gordon and Doris (Dorothy) Simpson had two children:
Dorothy Irene Simpson née Newell died at Toowoon Bay NSW on 2 November 1980. Gordon Raymond Simpson died on 21 January 1984. In July 1993 Raymond and Alma Simpson lived at 28 Dalra Street, Seven Hills NSW.
Rita Agnes Newell was born in 1915 at Newtown. She married Walter Leslie Rollings in 1937, raising two children. She died in August 1982 in Berry Hospital at Berry NSW, and was interred in the local cemetery.
Lillian M Newell (“Lily”)was born in 1918 at Redfern. It appears that she married Frank Robert Johnson in 1943.
Possibly quite unrelated the above Newell line is a Robert Newell, whose the death at age about 50 years occurred on 3 November 1920 at Callan Park Mental Hospital in Sydney.
Ireland: None known.
NSW: Talbot(t)., Guy, Harrell, Simpson.
At S Lawrence CoE Sydney on 26 September 1848, Thomas Newell married Eliza Roberts. Eliza was the youngest daughter of the late CHARLES ROBERTS of Burwood, according to a notice in the SMH (30-9-1848). Their children included:
Thomas detailed his occupation as a shipping reporter at the baptisms of the above children; his residence was given as Princes Street in 1851 and as South Head Rd in 1853 and 1855.
Thomas Newell [RNSW
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Thomas s.o. Thomas Newell & Eliza Fitzgerald (sic) of York
St, fo __, off. Rev. W Keating].
A Thomas W Newel, infant, died 1846 [RNSW d#1846/e285/v31].
A William Arthur Newell, born pre1918? around ?Sydney, married Annie Taylor (born about 1920s, around ?Sydney). Children of the marriage were:
Richard Newell lived with Kay Watkins and they had three children:
Annie Newell née Taylor lived at 63 President Avenue, Caringbah, in 1990 but has died since. Her grandson Richard is trying to trace his family tree.