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Newman Ellwood

circa 1811 - 1853

Father John Ellard
Mother Elizabeth Biggs Mountsey
Wife Sarah Gothard
Children Charles


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  1. Birth Certificate from Registration District of Haddenham states:
    When and where born Name Sex  Name and surname of father Name, surname and maiden surname of mother Occupation of father Signature, description and residence of informant When registered
    Fourteenth
    of
    January
    1847
    Hillrow
    Haddenham
    Charles Boy Newman
    Ellwood
    Sarah
    Ellwood
    formerly
    Gothard
    Shepherd The mark of
    x
    Sarah Ellwood
    Mother
    Hillrow
    Haddenham
    Tenth
    of
    February
    1847
  2. Census of 30th March 1851 reads:
    Place: Hillrow, Haddenham
    Newman Ellwood Head Mar 39 Shepherd Cambs, Boxworth
    Sarah Do Wife Mar 36   Do, Haddenham
    Jonah Ellwood Son   14 Scholar Do, Do
    John Ellwood Son   9 Scholar Do, Do
    Charles Do Son   4 Do Do, Do
  3. Death Certificate from Registration District of Ely states:
    When and where died Name Sex Age Occupation Cause of death Signature, description
    and residence of informant
    When registered
    Twentry
    first
    November
    1853
    Hilrow
    Haddenham
    Newman
    Ellwood
    Male 42 years Shepherd Cholera
    2 Days
    Exhaustion
    3 Days
    Certified
    The Mark of
    Mary Burton
    present at the Death
    Hilrow
    Haddenham
    Sixteenth
    January
    1893
  4. The Registrar-General's quarterly return of births, marriages, and deaths published 3rd February 1854, and quoted in The Times the same day stated :
    In the sub-district of Soham, in Cambridgeshire, the deaths, which had been 50 in the corresponding quarter of 1852, rose to 112 last quarter, in consequence of cholera in October and November, which was fatal to 61 persons. In the district of Ely, in the same county, a great deal of fever prevailed at Stretham, and 2 cases of cholera occurred at Haddenham, while in the parish of Sutton diarrhoea attacked the inmates of almost every house. The deaths were 61 in the sub-district of Ely, against 39 in the corresponding quarter of 1852, and 17 of those were caused by cholera. (Haddenham is about 7 miles west of Soham, so Newman and the other Haddenham case were almost certainly part of the same outbreak.



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