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Rev James Aldridge NEWTH + Jessie HUNGERFORD

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the Reverend JAMES ALDRIDGE NEWTH (1847-1923)
was born in 1847 in Plymouth, Devon to Samuel NEWTH (1821-1898) & Elizabeth ALDRIDGE (1816-1898), who both died in London

JESSIE HUNGERFORD (1846-1912)
was born in West Maitland, New South Wales, the first of 9 children of William Moore HUNGERFORD (1820-1883) & Agnes WINDER (1825-1862)

James Aldridge Newth & Jessie Hungerford married in Lochinvar, Maitland, in 1875

James & Jessie had 10 children

... 1
1876 - 1959 Basil de Burgh Newth

- born in Palmerston North, New Zealand
BASIL died 22 December 1959 in New South Wales


... 2
1877 - 1877 Cyril Newydd Newth

- born 3 Oct 1877 in Johnsonville, Wellington
CYRIL died 15 October 1877 in Johnsonville, Wellington aged 11 days
- he is buried at Bolton street cemetery


... 3
1878 - 1879 Evance Orpen Daunt Hungerford Newth

- born August 1878 in Palmerston North, Manawatu
EVANCE died 17 November 1879 in Palmerston North aged 15 months
- burial not found


... 4
1879 - 1879 Emanuel Hungerford Newth

- born 8 August 1879 in Nelson, New Zealand
Manawatu Times, 9 August 1879 NEWTH - On the 8th instant, at Nelson, the wife of the Rev Newth, M.A. of a son
EMANUEL died 4 Sep 1879 aged 4 weeks whilst on board the 'Wallace' which left Nelson for Wanganui
Wanganui Herald, 5 September 1879 NEWTH - On the 4th inst., on board the ss Wallace, from Nelson, Emmanuel Hungerford, infant son of the Rev J. Newth, M.A., Palmerston North


... 5
1880 - 1975 Freda Hungerford 'Jean' Newth

- born in New South Wales
FREDA died in 19 Oct 1975 aged 95 in New South Wales
- she is buried Maitland Anglican Columarium


... 6
1882 - 1975 Adrian Hastings Newth

- born 8 Oct 1882 New South Wales
- married Kate Gwendolyne GOODWIN (1894-1981) in 1911 in Redfer, NSW
ADRIAN died 21 August 1970 aged 87 in New South Wales
- ashes interred at Maitland


... 7
1884 - 1981 Cordelia Jane Aldridge Newth

- born in New South Wales
CORDELIA died in 1981 aged 97 in New South Wales


... 8
1887 - 1887 unnamed infant Newth

- born in New South Wales
- died 1887 aged an infant in New South Wales


... 9
1889 - 1909 Roland Leone Newth

- born in New South Wales
ROLAND died in January 1909 aged 19 in New South Wales
- he is buried at Waverley


... 10
1893 - 1984 Olave Aldridge 'Dick' Newth

- born in New South Wales
- enlisted for WWI 15 Aug 1915 from Holsworthy, NSW & served as Private 3865 with the 4th Infantry Battalion. Recorded as an Insurance Clerk, living with his parents at 'Kameruka' Dudley street, Haberfield, NSW
Sydney Morning Herald, 23 Dec 1933 NEWTH-WISEMAN - December 18 1933 at St Stephens Cathedral Brisbane, Olave Aldridge (Dick) Newth, Montpelier Brisbane, youngest son of the late Rev. J. A. Newth M.A. of Sydney and grandson of the late Professor Newth M.A. D.D. of New College London, to Eileen Mary Wiseman, Cremorne, Sydney elder daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wiseman of Wisedale, Franford, Tasmania
OLAVE died in 1984 aged 91 in New South Wales


NOTES
Colonist, 24 March 1877
... that the Senate do confer the following ad eundem degrees:- Degree of M.A., the Rev James Aldridge Newth, Durham

Colonist, 30 May 1878
... ALL SAINTS CHURCH - The vacancy created by the approaching departure of the Ve Archdeacon Thorpe, has, after some difficulty and much deliberation, been filled up by the appointment of the Rev James Aldridge Newth, B.A., of the University of Durham, who will enter on his duties the first Sunday in July. We observe that his father is the Rev Professor Newth, one of the Company of Revisers of the present authorised Version of the Bible, and therefore a recognised scholar

The Sydney Morning Herald, 20 August 1923 DEATH of Rev NEWTH
... The death took place yesterday at a private hospital in North Sydney of the Rev. James Aldridge Newth, M.A., of Dorritt-street, Lane Cove, in his 77th year. He was a son of the late Rev. Samuel Newth, M A., D.D., principal of New College, London, and was ordained by the Bishop of Carlisle in 1872. After a brief stay In Ceylon he was appointed in 1874 to St. Paul's, West Maitland, and subsequently proceeded to New Zealand.
The deceased clergyman returned to this State in 1881, and officiated at Mount Victoria. He was incumbent of St. Philip's, Bungendore, from 1882 to 1885, incumbent of Tarago from 1885 to 1892, and incumbent of Kameruka from 1892 to 1901. He was appointed a minor canon of St. Saviour's Cathedral, in the diocese of Goulburn, in 1904. The funeral will take place to-morrow morning at the Waverley Cemetery.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post, 21 August 1923 OBITUARY of Rev NEWTH
OBITUARY, REV J. A. NEWTH. By the death of the Rev. James Aldridge Newth, M.A., the Church of England has lost a distinguished scholar. This aptitude for scholarship was probably inherited from his father, the late Rev. Samuel Newth, M.A., D.D., principal of New College, London, and a leading Congregational divine, who was one of the revisers of the New Testament. The late Rev. J. A. Newth, who was in his 78th year, came to Australia in 1874, and his first charge was West Maitland. He spent six years in New Zealand, and then returned to New South Wales, where he rendered faithful service in the Bungendore, Lake Bathurst, and Kameruka parishes. He was a minor canon of St. Saviour's Cathedral, Goulburn. Mrs. Newth predeceased him in 1912, and he leaves three sons, Messrs Basil, Adrian, and Olave Newth, and two daughters, the Misses Freda and Cordelia Newth.


PHOTO
Johnsonville, Wellington
birthplace of Cyril Newydd Newth in 1877

Surnames: ALDRIDGE GOODWIN HUNGERFORD NEWTH WINDER WISEMAN
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