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William NEWMAN (1813-1892)

and Ann BOTTING (1818-1892)

 

William Newman and Ann Botting married by banns on 12 October 1836 in Shipley, Sussex.  He was a bachelor and she a spinster.  The witnesses to their marriage were Daniel Newman and Joseph Peirce.  (They were not my direct ancestors.)

William Newman was baptised on 28 February 1813 in Shipley.  He was the son of Edward Newman (1789-1874) and Sarah Johnson (c1790-1869).  William died aged 79 years and his death was registered in the second quarter of 1892 in the Horsham registration district.

Ann Botting was baptised on 1 November 1818 in Shipley.  She was the daughter of James Botting and Mary.  Ann died aged 74 years and her death was registered in the third quarter of 1892 in the Horsham registration district.

At the time of the 1841 census the couple and 2 children (Sarah and Ann were living at Hab Castle in Shipley.  William was a 25 year old agricultural labourer and Ann was 20.  Also with them was 55 year old Elizabeth Finis, 20 year old Mary Finis and 4 month old Elizabeth Finis.

When the 1851 census was recorded the couple were living in Shipley along with 5 children (Ann, John, Mary, Caroline and Hannah).  William was a 38 year old shoemaker journeryman and Ann was 32.  They both said they were born in Shipley.

In 1861 the couple and 5 children (John, Hannah, William, Eliza and Fanny) were living in Shipley.  William was a 48 year old shoemaker and Ann was 41.

In 1871 the couple along with 3 children (William, Eliza and Fanny) and 2 granddaughters (Sarah 11 and Sophia 2) were living at Burnt Orchard in Shipley.  William was a 58 year old agricultural labourer and shoemaker and Ann was 51.

By the time the 1881 census was recorded William and Ann were living at Broomers Corner in Shipley.  He was a 68 year old master cordwainer and she was 63.  Sharing the property was the family of their son John.

In 1891 couple and daughter Fanny Jane were living at The Bar in Shipley.  William was 78 years old and living on his own means.  Ann was 72.

 

William Newman and Ann Botting had 9 known children:

  1. Sarah Newman was baptised on 4 June 1837 in Shipley.  In 1841 she was 4 years old  She died aged 13 years and was buried on 3 April 1850 in Shipley.

  2. Anne Newman was born on 6 November 1839 and baptised on 15 December 1839 in Shipley.  The baptism register noted that her father was a shoemaker.  At the time of the 1841 census she was a year old.  She was an 11 year old scholar in 1851.

    Before her marriage Ann had the following daughter:

    1. Sarah Newman was baptised on 11 December 1859 in Shipley.  In 1871 she was an 11 year old scholar and living with her maternal grandparents.

    Anne married Moses Cheniman by banns on 10 December 1859 in Shipley.  They were both single and 20 years old.  Their fathers were named as William Cheniman a labourer and William Newman a cordwainer.  The witnesses to their marriage were James Millam and Hannah Millam.

  3. John Newman was born on 24 September 1842 and baptised on 16 October 1842 in Shipley.  He was an 8 year old scholar in 1851.  In 1861 he was an 18 year old shoemaker.

    John married Mary Ann Tulley by banns on 20 April 1867 in Shipley.  He was a 24 year old bachelor and shoemaker and she was a 20 year old spinster and labourer.  Their fathers were named as William Newman a shoemaker and Henry Tulley a labourer.  The witnesses to their marriage were James Tulley and Ruth Andrews.

    Mary Ann was born born on 12 February 1847 and baptised on 14 March 1847 in Shipley.  She was the daughter of Henry Tulley and Mary Anne Nicholdson.

    In 1881 John and Mary Ann were living in Broomers Corner, Shipley along with their 4 children.  They were sharing the property with his parents.  John was then a 38 year old cordwainer and Mary Ann was 34.

    John and Mary Ann had the following children:

    1. Henry Newman was baptised on 11 November 1868 in Shipley.  The baptism register noted that his father was a cordwainer.  He died aged 7 weeks and was buried on 31 December 1868 in Shipley.

    2. Caroline Newman was baptised on 4 September 1870 in Shipley.  The baptism register noted that her father was a shoemaker.  She was a 10 year old scholar in 1881.

    3. Agnes Newman was born about 1876 in Shipley.  She was a 5 year old scholar in 1881.

    4. Emily Newman was born about 1878 in Shipley.  She as 3 years old in 1881.

    5. Margaret Newman was born about 1880 in Shipley.  At the time of the 1881 census she was a year old.

  4. Mary Newman was born on 7 August 1845 and baptised on 31 August 1845 in Shipley.  She was 5 years old in 1851.

    Mary had the following daughter:

    1. Sophy Caroline Bowell Newman was baptised on 10 April 1869 in Shipley.  She was 2 years old in 1871 and living with her maternal grandparents.  She died aged 2 years and was buried on 22 May 1871 in Shipley.

  5. Caroline Newman was baptised on 21 May 1848 in Shipley.  She was 2 years old in 1851.

  6. Hannah Newman was baptised on 6 April 1851 in Shipley.  At the time of the 1851 census she was a month old.  In 1861 she was a 10 year old scholar.

    Hannah married James Tulley by banns on 17 April 1869 in Shipley.  James was a 25 year old bachelor and labourer and Hannah was a 19 year old spinster.  Their fathers were named as Henry Tulley a labourer and William Newman a cordwainer.  The witnesses to their marriage were John Leopard and Harriet Tiller.

  7. William Newman was baptised on 7 August 1853 in Shipley.  He was a 7 year old scholar in 1861.  In 1871 he was a 17 year old agricultural labourer.

    William married Hannah Gocher in the first quarter of 1876 in the Horsham registration district.

    Hannah Goacher was baptised on 18 August 1850 in Ashurst, Sussex and was the daughter of George Goacher and Eliza Tourle.  The baptism register noted that her father was a labourer.

    William and Hannah had the following children:

    1. Ann Newman was baptised on 1 October 1876 in Shipley.  The baptism register noted that her father was a labourer.

      Ann married Charles Munday on 10 May 1907 in Bramley, Surrey.

      Charles was born in 1880 in Guildford, Surrey and was the son of Alfred Munday and Emily Willard (1845-?).

    2. Edward Newman

    3. Sarah Newman

    4. Fanny J. Newman

    5. James Newman

    6. Daniel Newman

    7. Eliza C. Newman

  8. Eliza Newman was baptised on 14 September 1856 in Shipley.  She was 4 years old in 1861.  In 1871 she was a 14 year old general servant.

    Eliza may have had the following child:

    1. Sophia Ann Huntly Newman was baptised on 7 February 1875 in Shipley.

  9. Fanny Jane Newman was baptised on 12 February 1860 in Shipley.  The baptism register noted that her father was a cordwainer from Broomers Corner in Shipley.  At the time of the 1861 census she was a year old.  In 1871 she was an 11 year old scholar.  When the 1891 census was recorded she was an unmarried 31 year old cook and living with her parents.

 

BOTTING          NEWMAN

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