ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS Saturday Nov 30th 1918, page 7 by 7r51Y4Z


									BIRTH RECORD –
Walter Leal NEWNHAM. Born 4 June 1889
mother: Frances NEWNHAM
occupation: House Servant

1891 CENSUS: RG12/892. folio 70. page 13.
Abode: 2 Chichester Ct., School-street, Oakfield, Ryde, IW.

Thirza NEWNHAM. Head. M. 40. Ryde, IW.
Frances T.L.NEWNHAM. Dau. S. 18. Domestic Serv Housemaid. Ryde, IW.
Edward J.S.NEWNHAM. Son.. 13. Scholar. Bournemouth.
May E.NEWNHAM. Dau. 11. Scholar. Bournemouth.
Isabel I.NEWNHAM. Dau. 11. Scholar. Bournemouth.
Marion E.M.NEWNHAM. Dau. 7. Scholar. Bournemouth.
Emily B.C.NEWNHAM. Dau. 5. Scholar. Kingston on Thames.
Walter L.NEWNHAM. Gr/son. 1. Ryde, IW.

1901 CENSUS: RG13/1026. folio 14. page 20.
Abode: 3 School-street, Oakfield, Ryde, IW.

Thirza NEWNHAM. Head. M. 50. Ryde, IW.
May NEWNHAM. Dau. S. 21. Bournemouth, Hants.
Isabel NEWNHAM. Dau. S. 21. Dressmaker. Bournemouth, Hants.
Marion NEWNHAM. Dau. S. 17. School Teacher. Bournemouth, Hants.
Emily NEWNHAM. Dau. S. 15. Kingston on Thames, Surrey.
Walter NEWNHAM. Grandson. 11. Ryde, IW.

ISLE OF WIGHT COUNTY PRESS Saturday Nov 30th 1918, page 7.

       The funeral of Mr. W.T.NEWNHAM, of St. John’s-wood-road, who for 14 years
was in the service of the Joint Railway Companies as booking clerk, took place on
Saturday. He was held in the highest esteem by the staff, and his death, at the early age
of 29, after a short illness from influenza and pneumonia, came as a great shock to his
many friends. The interment took place in the Cemetery. In addition to the relatives
there were present Mr. G.H.FRENCH, station master, and representatives of the staff of
the Joint Railway Companies, Mr. F.W.WOODS, of the Railway Clerks Association (of
which the deceased was a member), and Mr. A.ANDREWS, J.P., C.C., representing the
Ryde Pier Company. Among the large floral tributes were included those sent by the
staff at Ryde Esplanade and Ryde Pier-head, the Railway Clerks Association, the Ryde
Pier Company, and the Police. Deceased leaves a widow and a daughter, for whom the
greatest sympathy is felt. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr.
H.TAYLOR, Green-street.

NB: It was found that the initial ‘T’ in the name W.T.NEWNHAM as stated in the
County Press report above, should have been ‘L’ (Leal)

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