1860s – Born in Ireland, somewhere in County Cork, Ireland.  Son of John Newman and ?.

1881 Census – No obvious record on the census so he might have been in Ireland at this time.

21st May 1887 – Age 23.  Married Mary Ann Quinn at the Registrar’s Office, South Stoneham (now known as Eastleigh), Hampshire.  Was living at Cypress Terrace, Hunt’s Road, Woolston, St Mary Extra, Southampton.  Marriage witnessed by Thomas Quinn and Lucy Quinn (two of Mary Ann’s siblings).

28th September 1887 – First daughter, Ellen, born.  Was living in New Road, Woolston, St Mary Extra, South Stoneham, Southampton.  Occupation given as ‘General Labourer’.

31st January 1890 – First son, John William, born.  Was living at 24 Tennant Street, West Hartlepool, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

1st March 1891 – Second son, Thomas, born.  Was living in Wharf Cottage, Wharf Road, Woolston, St Mary Extra, Southampton.  Occupation given as ‘General Labourer’.

1891 Census – Age 28.  Was living at 7 Wharf Road, Woolston, Southampton, Hampshire with wife Mary Ann (age 24 – no occupation given), Ellen (age 3), John William (age 1) and Thomas (one month).  Occupation given as ‘Labourer in Shipyard’.

4th August 1891 – Second son, Thomas, died – age 5 months.  Cause of death given as ‘Gastro enteritis’.  Place of death given as Wharf Road, Woolston, St Mary Extra RSD.  Occupation given as ‘General Labourer’.

17th September 1892 – Second daughter, Ada, born.  Was living at 35 Back Redworth Street, West Hartlepool, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

11th February 1895 – Third daughter, Sarah, born.  Was living at 27 George Street, West Hartlepool, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

21st March 1895 – Was living at 22 Knowles Street, West Hartlepool, County Durham.

15th August 1897 – Third son, Dennis, born.  Was living at 20 James Street, Hebburn, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

1898 Electoral Roll – possible residence at 37 Lyon Lane, Hebburn, County Durham.

17th November 1899 – Fourth son, William, born.  Was living at 20 James Street, Hebburn, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

1900 Electoral roll – possible residence at 37 Lyon Lane, Hebburn, County Durham.

1901 Census – Age 44.  Was living at 11 Ellison Street, Hebburn, County Durham with wife Mary Ann (age 32 – no occupation given), John (age 11), Ada (age 7), Sarah (age 5), Dennis (age 3) and William (age 1).  Occupation given as ‘Labourer in Shipyard’.

4th March 1902 – Fifth son, Michael Joseph, born.  Was living at 11 Ellison Street, Hebburn, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

1902 Electoral roll – residence at 11 Ellison Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

1903 Electoral roll – residence at 11 Ellison Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

1904 Electoral roll – residence at 43 Colling Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

5th November 1904 – Sixth son, Daniel, born.  Was living at 109 Western Road, Jarrow, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Shipyard Labourer’.

1905 Electoral roll – residence at 109 Western Road, Jarrow, County Durham.

1907 Electoral roll – residence at 12 Bede Buildings, Hebburn, County Durham.

1910- On the 1910 Rates List, William was living at 9 William Street, Hebburn, County Durham.*

1910 Electoral roll – residence at 9 William Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

1911 Electoral roll – residence at 123 William Lane, Hebburn, County Durham.

1912 Electoral roll – residence at 123 William Lane, Hebburn, County Durham.

1913 Electoral roll – residence at 161 William Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

1914 Electoral roll – residence at 161 William Street, Hebburn, County Durham.

1915 Electoral roll – residence at 24 bk Station Road, Hebburn, County Durham.

1918 Electoral roll – residence at 24 Station Road back, Hebburn, County Durham.

1920 Electoral roll – residence at 24 Station Road back, Hebburn, County Durham.

1921 Electoral roll – residence at 24 Station Road back, Hebburn, County Durham.

1922 Electoral roll – residence at 24 Station Road back, Hebburn, County Durham.

5th April 1923 – Died age 57 at 24 Back Station Road, Hebburn-on-Tyne, County Durham.  Occupation given as ‘Labourer – Ship Platers Helper’.  Cause of death given as 1) Pneumonia and 2) Emphycema.  Death registered by J.W. Newman, son, in attendance, of 110 William Street, Hebburn.

8th April 1923 – Buried in Section H Grave No 426 in Hebburn Cemetary.  According to information obtained from Harton Cemetary, South Tyneside, this grave contains the remains of someone named George Newman.  They no longer have all of the relevant paperwork so there is no way of checking.  However, Mary Ann Quinn is buried in the same grave, so we have to assume that it is William and not someone named George.

 

* Information supplied by Norman Dunn via the Hebburn And Our Neighbours Message Board.

 

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