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Sarah Jane NEWBYAge: 4 months18371838

Name
Sarah Jane NEWBY
Given names
Sarah Jane
Surname
NEWBY
Birth calculated November 1837 27 22
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

Publication: Manning Wallamba Family History Society Inc, Taree NSW, 2001
Citation details: 203
Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"

Death about March 1838 (Age 4 months) Age: 4 months
Address: Windmill Street
Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"

Citation details: 13 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"... Sarah Jane Newby. I note that you have put Parramatta for her place of death. Windmill Street, where she died, was /is in The Rocks (Millers Point) area in Sydney. I would assume that she was buried in the Devonshire Street Cemetery which was situated where Central Railway station is. The graves were moved to other cemeteries when the development of Central station took place."

Burial March 27, 1838 (Age 4 months)

Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"

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father
mother
Marriage: December 12, 1832Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
13 months
elder sister
Hannah NEWBY
Birth: about 1833 23 17Riby, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: January 4, 1899Scarborough, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom
2 years
elder brother
PioneerGeorge Brown NEWBY
Birth: about 1834 24 18East Halton, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: June 22, 1908Taree, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder brother
23 months
herself
Woman Pioneer IconSarah Jane NEWBY
Birth: calculated November 1837 27 22At sea on board the "Alfred"
Death: about March 1838Millers Point, , New South Wales, Australia
15 months
younger sister
Sarah Jane NEWBY
Birth: February 9, 1839 29 23Port Macquarie, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 28, 1886Taree, , New South Wales, Australia
22 months
younger brother
William NEWBY
Birth: December 23, 1840 30 25Taree, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 9, 1902Maclean, , New South Wales, Australia
5 years
younger sister
-2 months
younger sister
21 months
younger brother
2 years
younger brother
20 months
younger brother
James NEWBY
Birth: March 25, 1850 40 34Chatham, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 30, 1924Maclean, , New South Wales, Australia
16 months
younger brother
Frederick NEWBY
Birth: between July 7, 1851 and July 10, 1851 41 36Chatham, , New South Wales, Australia
Death:
13 months
younger sister
14 months
younger sister
Amelia NEWBY
Birth: October 18, 1853 43 38Chatham, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1939Chatswood, , New South Wales, Australia
14 months
younger sister
Ellen NEWBY
Birth: about 1854 44 38New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1924Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger sister

BirthWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: New South Wales, Australia, Assisted Immigrant Passenger Lists, 1828-1896
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"
Newby - Mary and children on board the "Alfred"

Note: Downloaded from ancestry.com.au

BirthPre 1860 Pioneer Register - Book 1
Publication: Manning Wallamba Family History Society Inc, Taree NSW, 2001
Citation details: 203
BirthEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"

DeathEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"

DeathEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 13 September 2016
Text:

In part:

"... Sarah Jane Newby. I note that you have put Parramatta for her place of death. Windmill Street, where she died, was /is in The Rocks (Millers Point) area in Sydney. I would assume that she was buried in the Devonshire Street Cemetery which was situated where Central Railway station is. The graves were moved to other cemeteries when the development of Central station took place."

BurialEmails - Patricia Hughes
Citation details: 22 August 2016
Text:

In part:

"With regards to Sarah Jane Newby: John and Mary had 2 daughters named Sarah Jane. The first was born on board the Alfred, and was noted as 7 weeks old when the ship arrived in Sydney on 31 December 1837. The Burial Register for the Parish of St James in the County of Cumberland, New South Wales notes the burial of Sarah Ann Newby on 27 March 1838, aged 4 months, abode Windmill Street, father ”a Smith”. I believe the Ann was written in error – maybe the Lincolnshire accent again?"