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Family of John NEWCOMBE and Eliza COLLINS

Husband: John NEWCOMBE (1826- )
Wife: Eliza COLLINS (1829- )
Children: Sarah Ann NEWCOMBE (1856- )
Henry NEWCOMBE (1863- )
Arthur NEWCOMBE (c. 1865-1948)
Charles NEWCOMBE (1865- )
Rosina NEWCOMBE (1868- )
Eliza NEWCOMBE (1870- )
Mary Jane NEWCOMBE (1875- )
Marriage Q2 1855 Bedminster - Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Husband: John NEWCOMBE

Name: John NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Male
Father: William NEWCOMBE (c. 1799- )
Mother: Ann HATTIN (1798-1890)
Birth 1826 Sandford, Devon, England
Baptism 25 Sep 1826 (age 0) Sandford, Devon, England
Occupation Labourer, Gardening

Wife: Eliza COLLINS

Name: Eliza COLLINS1
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1829 Broadway, Somerset, England

Child 1: Sarah Ann NEWCOMBE

Name: Sarah Ann NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Female
Birth 1856 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Occupation Dressmaker

Child 2: Henry NEWCOMBE

Name: Henry NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Male
Birth 1863 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Occupation Baker

Child 3: Arthur NEWCOMBE

Name: Arthur NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Male
Spouse: Harriet SHORT (1868- )
Birth c. 1865 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Occupation Baker, Police Detective
Death 1948 (age 82-83) Cheshire, England

Child 4: Charles NEWCOMBE

Name: Charles NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Male
Birth 1865 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England
Occupation Stay-Cutter

Child 5: Rosina NEWCOMBE

Name: Rosina NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Female
Birth 1868 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 6: Eliza NEWCOMBE

Name: Eliza NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Female
Birth 1870 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Child 7: Mary Jane NEWCOMBE

Name: Mary Jane NEWCOMBE1
Sex: Female
Birth 1875 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England

Note on Husband: John NEWCOMBE

In 1841 John is a Male servant at West Pidsley.On 1851 John ia a railway labourer at Puriton, Somerset, lodging with an Israel Day


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