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NEWBEGIN family 1700s Norwich, Norfolk, England with descendants in Victoria, Australia

Journal by allycat

Dear readers, A great deal of this information is already available at FamilySearch.

Top of the tree so far:-

John NEWBEGIN born abt 1700 probably England, married unknown and had a son, William NEWBEGIN born 14 Apr 1730.

William NEWBEGIN born 14 Apr 1730 married unknown, and had a son William NEWBEGIN born 1757 Norwich, Norfolk, England. William NEWBEGIN 1757 married 25 Dec 1777 St.Edmund's, Norwich, Norfolk, England Mary SMITH born 1757.

This couple had 9 children:-

1.William NEWBEGIN born/christened 8 May 1781 St.Mary Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk, England
2.John NEWBEGIN born/christened 10 Nov 1782 St.Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England
3.Elizabeth NEWBEGIN born/christened 28 Mar 1784 St.Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England
4.Ann NEWBEGIN born 8 Mar 1786 christened 13 Mar 1786 St.Augustine, Norwich, Norfolk, England
5.Mary NEWBEGIN born 8 Aug 1790
6.James NEWBEGIN born 9 Oct 1791
7.Edward NEWBEGIN born 21 Jan 1794 Norwich, Norfolk, England
8.Hannah NEWBEGIN born 12 Jun 1796
9.Susannah NEWBEGIN born 27 Jun 1798

Their 6th child, James NEWBEGIN born 9 Oct 1791 married 3 Nov 1816 St.Luke's, Old Street, London, England bride Susannah DAVIDSON born abt 1791. They had one son, Edward Joseph NEWBEGIN born 1829 St.Mary Baptist, Norwich, Norfolk, England, died 1892 Sunderland, County Durham, England.

Edward Joseph NEWBEGIN married Marina WARNE born 1831 Norwich, Norfolk, England died 1916 Sunderland, County Durham, England.

This couple had one known son, Edward Dennes NEWBEGIN born 1867 Sunderland, County Durham, England died 1939 Canterbury. [Source: J.Fenning nee Newson]. He married Ada Mabel GUNNING born 5 Jan 1870 died 1939 Canterbury.

They had two children;-
1.Lucie NEWBEGIN born abt 1899
2.Keith Dennes NEWBEGIN born 23 Aug 1901 Sunderland, County Durham, England, died 12 Aug 1982 Wangaratta, Victoria, Australia. Keith married 1931 Tallangatta, Victoria, Australia to bride Una Ada Lee WALKER born 23 Oct 1910 Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia, died July 1998 Bendigo, New South Wales, Australia. She was the daughter of Walter William WALKER born 1871 Collingwood, Victoria, Australia and Mary Ann DENNER** born 1878 Mooroopna, Victoria, Australia died 13 May 1952 Benalla, Victoria, Australia.

Keith & Ada NEWBEGIN have 6 children; Kevin, Gayle, Dawn, Joan, Keith and Una.

To read more on our DENNER** family connections goto my journal ...
Henry DENNER and Charlotte Sailley DIXON, Victoria, Australia.

Regards,
Alison.
DENNER researcher

by allycat Profile | Research | Contact | Subscribe | Block this user
on 2007-10-15 16:38:56

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by gilesyates on 2008-02-04 21:31:50

Alison
How extraordinary to discover information about your branch of my family tree. Edward Joseph Newbegin and his wife Marina were my great, great grandparents. But they had FOUR sons not just Edward Dennes. They also had Lewis, Percy and Donald. Donald Newbegin married his second cousin, May Wadham. They had three children: Donald, Mary and Phillip. Mary married her second cousin Alan Crosland and had Elizabeth, Richard and Sarah. Elizabeth married Dennis Yates and had me and my sister Mary-Jane. We immigrated to Sydney, Australia in 1968. There are many other branches of our family who have also come to Australia quite independently. I can trace Marina Newbegin (nee Warne)'s family history back to the late 1600s.
I have much information I can share with you and I would be very happy to discover anything you can tell me about the Newbegin family.
Kindest regards
Giles Yates
122 Bowman St
Pyrmont
Sydney
NSW 2009
(02) 9571 8937
Mob 0427 142 040
gilesyates@optusnet.com.au

by allycat on 2008-02-05 22:24:37

A little bit more NEWBEGIN data for you...

Commonwealth War Dead
Casualty Details
Name: NEWBEGIN, PHILIP WADHAM
Initials: P W
Nationality: United Kingdom
Rank: Sergeant
Regiment/Service: Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
Age: 34
Date of Death: 30/12/1942
Service No: 1377442
Additional information: Son of Donald Tracy Newbegin, and of Mary Newbegin (nee Wadham), of Laleham-on-Thames, Middlesex. A.R.C.O.
Casualty Type: Commonwealth War Dead
Grave/Memorial Reference: Panel 90.
Memorial: RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL

Username: Anthony Woodman ( woodie28 )
at GeneaNet has your gg grandfather Edward Joseph NEWBEGIN in his tree, including some full dates of birth and death.

by allycat on 2008-02-05 22:51:33

Giles,

[url=http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=SHOW&db=:a20271&recno=192[RootsWeb World Connect Project : 20271[/url] has your NEWBEGIN ancestors and their descendants.

Contact the webmaster via email: edster2@earthlink.net

Regards,
Alison
6 Feb 2008

by allycat on 2008-02-05 22:52:15
by mistered on 2008-04-26 21:53:57

My email is no longer edster@earthlink.net. It is now ed@friendsofbill.biz. I would love to hear more about the Newbegin line in England.

Ed Newbegin
Concord, CA, USA

by jenz on 2008-10-08 00:00:20

Hello. I'm a Newbegin by birth here in Melbourne Australia. I have a cousin on my aunt's side who has spent many years tracing the family tree. Earliest is Robert Newbegin 1685, Horton by Blyth, Northumberland, married Mary Watson

Has anyone found out where our family name started?

My grandfather Arthur Ernest Newbegin was a merchant seaman in the early 1900's, born here is Australia but worked on 'iron ships' sailing out of England. Dad (Arthur Richard Newbegin) said pa looked into the family history, while over in England, and found our ancestors were pirates given a reprieve from the then monarch for duty to the country, thus starting a 'new beginning'? I of course being a dreamer loved the story (despite now knowing what being a pirate really entailed); my sister says it's a fairytale, being the realist. Well I have told the story to my kids, it makes watching Pirates of the Caribbean all that more interesting

We are all scattered in different parts of the world as many families are but the name still remains very uncommon, so there must be a common connection? Where did it begin?

Cheers
Jen Littlechild (another quaint English name which people like to comment on)

by mistered on 2008-11-18 07:33:58

I have the Census data that shows the other three sons of James and Marina. Curiously, Edward Dennes is not listed as a member of the household. At 14, could he have already been living apart as an apprentice? Link:

http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/Census/household_record.asp?HOUSEHOLD_CODE=1881BR_5231627&HOUSEHOLD_SUB=1&frompage=99

by Debleslie on 2011-12-05 05:53:22

Hi, I am also researching the Newbegin family. I live in Australia and my mother's maiden name is Newbegin.
I think Edward Dennes was away at school at Ackworth (Quaker school in Nth Yorkshire) when he was 14 and also his younger brother Lewis Swann Newbegin. The other 3 boys were Ernest Warne Newbegin, Donald Tracy Newbegin and Wheaton Percy Newbegin. All 5 were born in Sunderland, but their father Edward James and their Mother Marina were both born in Norwich. Edwards family tree goes back to at leat 1699 in Norwich, and Marina's goes back to the 1600's in Norfolk. I have never found the connection between the Norwich Newbegins and those in those in the North.

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