Sarah Jane NEWBY, 18371838 (aged 4 months)

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Name
Sarah Jane /NEWBY/
Given names
Sarah Jane
Surname
NEWBY
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
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?"