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Looking for NEWEY of London or Kent or Sussex or Warwickshire.

Query by MarkGodfrey

Florence Newey (1872-1948. Born in Rotherhithe, London and died in Haywards Heath, Sussex.
Edwin Newey (1841-1924). Born in Deptford, Kent. Died in Cuckfield, Sussex. According to Census information he was a tortoise shell box maker for most, if not all, his working life.
Philip Newey (1804-1859). Born in Warwickshire, died in London.
Richard Newey (? - ?)
I would be interested if anyone can shed some light on the lives of these people.

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by Flossy1 on 2018-05-15 23:45:28

Hi Mark, I am a Newey by birth in Australia. My grandfather was William Thomas Newey and GGF was William Mark Newey from Birmingham area. Having little luck getting information here without paying for it. Hoping maybe you may have some leads I can go with.
Regards Karen Best

by MarkGodfrey on 2018-05-17 05:49:58

Hi Karen.
William Thomas and William Mark are not in my family tree (yet) but there is a family tree in Ancestry.com which I found quite easily, in which they appear.
William Mark Newey (1882-1961)
William Thomas Newey (1902-1957).
Both were born in Warwickshire, emigrated to Australia in 1921, and both are buried in the Woronora Cemetery in Sutherland, Sydney.

I'm not sure how much you already know and what else you want to know. You can contact me directly on [email protected] if you wish.

Mark Godfrey

by 2106karen on 2018-06-17 09:32:57

Thank you Mark for your assistance.
I have marriage and descendants from William Thomas but was having little luck with William Mark.
If you come across any older information, please let me know or if you give me some more detail of your line, I’m happy to assist.
Email [email protected]

Thank you, regards Karen

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