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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #27 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:16 BST (UK) »
Robert Cook Brewin married Elizabeth Newey 2 mar 1813 St Mary Nottingham, he was of Rothley, she was of St Mary Nottm.

When Martha marries 1822 in Leicester, one of the witnesses is ?Robert Cook Brewin
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Ward, Newark (Nottingham), Leicester, Scarborough
Warren, Northampton, Leicester
Moore, Leicestershire
Hunt, Leicestershire
Kirkman, Leicestershire
Hurst, Leicester, Stowmarket
Kendrick, Leicestershire
Eld, Leicestershire
Essex Edey/Eady Elsden/Elsdon

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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #28 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:23 BST (UK) »
1851 census Elizabeth Brewin nee Newey gives PoB as Derby

There is this baptism

Elizabeth Newey Bapt. 27 April 1785 Derby, daughter of Samuel and Mary.
Luce, Tippett , Thomson, Dolling ~ Devon & Cornwall
Mocquard ~ London, France
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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #29 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:28 BST (UK) »
The baptism was at St Alkmunds, where a year earlier there is this marriage

Samuel Newey married Mary Redfern on 30 September 1784.
Luce, Tippett , Thomson, Dolling ~ Devon & Cornwall
Mocquard ~ London, France
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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #30 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:28 BST (UK) »
Blimey , Yes!  Elizabeth has to be related somehow doesn't she?!

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ROBERTS / ROBERT / ROBERTSON (Paternal) - Dunbartonshire/Stirlingshire, Scotland
NEWEY - Leicestershire, England
FITZGERALD - Co. Cork - Ireland
HOWLETT - Suffolk, England
PHILMORE - Wiltshire, England
CHAPMAN - Cornwall - England
NICHOLLS - Cornwall - England
SHAW - Nottinghamshire, England
PRITCHARD - Salop, England
ROBERTS (Maternal) - Surrey, England

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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #31 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:32 BST (UK) »
Sorry Claire, my last reply was to Willsy

There is also a Mary in 1787 at St Alkmunds.  I was looking at them earlier today and wondering.

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ROBERTS / ROBERT / ROBERTSON (Paternal) - Dunbartonshire/Stirlingshire, Scotland
NEWEY - Leicestershire, England
FITZGERALD - Co. Cork - Ireland
HOWLETT - Suffolk, England
PHILMORE - Wiltshire, England
CHAPMAN - Cornwall - England
NICHOLLS - Cornwall - England
SHAW - Nottinghamshire, England
PRITCHARD - Salop, England
ROBERTS (Maternal) - Surrey, England

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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #32 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:44 BST (UK) »
Looks like it doesn't it - Mary daughter of Samuel and Mary Bapt. 28 May 1787
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Mocquard ~ London, France
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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #33 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 13:47 BST (UK) »

A bit of a spanner in the works  :-\

Hannah Bapt. 2 August 1789 Derby St Alkmunds, daughter of Samuel and SARAH Newey

Wonder if it has been transcribed wrongly
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Mocquard ~ London, France
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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #34 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 14:13 BST (UK) »
Claireeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee...... C'mon, lol.

Some online tree's have that baptism for Hannah with parents Saml and Sarah, but they haven't made the connection with her siblings that we have.

Willsy, that find was incredible.

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ROBERTS / ROBERT / ROBERTSON (Paternal) - Dunbartonshire/Stirlingshire, Scotland
NEWEY - Leicestershire, England
FITZGERALD - Co. Cork - Ireland
HOWLETT - Suffolk, England
PHILMORE - Wiltshire, England
CHAPMAN - Cornwall - England
NICHOLLS - Cornwall - England
SHAW - Nottinghamshire, England
PRITCHARD - Salop, England
ROBERTS (Maternal) - Surrey, England

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Re: NEWEY - Are Thomas and Martha bro and sis?!
« Reply #35 on: Tuesday 23 May 17 14:22 BST (UK) »
Hi bitzar

Have a hospital appt 17.40 so will look in later, went to the Notts records office last week would you believe!
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Ward, Newark (Nottingham), Leicester, Scarborough
Warren, Northampton, Leicester
Moore, Leicestershire
Hunt, Leicestershire
Kirkman, Leicestershire
Hurst, Leicester, Stowmarket
Kendrick, Leicestershire
Eld, Leicestershire
Essex Edey/Eady Elsden/Elsdon

Census Transcriptions are Crown Copyright from National Archives