The Newdick Family
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up by Robert Sewell in January 2008 to show the family of his grandmother,
Mary Newdick. Robert Sewell graduated from McMaster University
(Hamilton, Ontario, Canada) in 1967 with a B.Sc. degree in chemistry.
After a year of studies at the University of Toronto's College of Education,
he taught high school science in Collingwood, Ontario for a year and then
taught chemistry, physics and general science in Hamilton, Ontario for
twenty-nine years. Robert Sewell retired from teaching in June 1998.
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Sources of Information
my father, Robert George Sewell. Some details are from memory.
Please send information and corrections to Robert
Elizabeth Abbot, Gladys
Florence "Gay" Alden-Montague and Marjorie Neville
who did much of the research on the earlier part of the Newdick Family.
Adrian Greenwood who shared information
information and documents shared by Sally
Norman Charles Hanslip who researched
the Hanslip Family.
the descendants of Sidney George Newdick
who shared a great deal of information for this page.
the descendants of Richard Newdick
who emigrated to New Zealand in 1843. Please click to contact Jill
Johnson for further details of this branch of our Newdick family.
and Archives Canada, 1901 Census.
of Ontario, Ministry of Government Services.
Office, Office for National Statistics, England.
Passenger lists leaving the UK 1990 - 1960, shared by Sally
Ward of Norfolk.
Charles Wareing Bardsley, A Dictionary of English and
Welsh Surnames, Baltimore, 1967
Sir Bernard Burke, The General Armory, London,
Newdick Name and Arms
Newdick is said to be a local name
meaning "at the new dike"; i.e., a family residing by or near a new trench,
mound or dike. If there were, for example, several men named Henry in a
general area, local people may have differentiated between them by referring
to "Henry who lives over by the new dike" as "Henry Newdick" and the name
was then assumed by Henry's family and descendants. (Charles Wareing Bardsley, A Dictionary of English and
Welsh Surnames, Baltimore, 1967)
Family tradition tells us that the Newdick name originated from the Dutch "Neu Dyk" and people who were brought over
from Holland to drain the fens of East Anglia. (Thanks to Mark Newdick of Connecticut)
The Arms of Newdick, granted on December
1, 1580 to a Newdick of County Worcester, is described as "Paly of four
argent and sable on a bend gules 5 bezants" which means "a silver shield
with four vertical black stripes with 5 gold circles on a red diagonal."
Please note that our Newdick family has no tradition of a coat of arms
and that Worcester is over 100 miles west of the Norfolk / Suffolk area
that our Newdick family came from; so this may not be the same family.
Our Newdick Family
Generations One to Seven have been lifted from the
website of the late Brent Newdick of Australia.
Brent Newdick died on March 7, 2012 at Calvary Hospice, Miranda, Sydney aged 64 years.
Unfortunately, his website (http://www.newdick.org) is no longer available.
Thank you, Brent Newdick, for all your help with the Newdick Genealogy.
The information developed by Mr. Brent Newdick for Generations
Four onwards was researched by Elizabeth Abbott,
Florence "Gay" Alden-Montague, Marjorie Neville,
However, Generations One, Two and Three are partly without
documentation. Please note that the dates all fit and the locations are
all in the same general geographical area, more or less north east of London
and south of The Wash. We have no reason to doubt the line shown.
Thomas Newdick of Mildenhall, Suffolk
circa late 16th and early 17th century
Thomas married Alice Adams, and they had the following
Agnes Newdick, born 1606
Alice Newdick, born 1608
Mary Newdick, born 1611
Anne Newdick, born 1616
Thomas Newdick, mentioned next.
Thomas Newdick of Mildenhall, Suffolk
Born in 1618
Thomas had a son:
James Newdick, mentioned next.
James Newdick of Mildenhall, Suffolk
Born in 1645
James married Sarah Garwood and they had the following
James Newdick, born 1673
Sarah Newdick, born 1675
Thomas Newdick, born 1677
Mary Newdick, born 1681
William Newdick, mentioned next.
(unknown) Newdick, born 1686
Alice Newdick, born 1689
|Generations One, Two and Three are from the website of
Mr. Brent Newdick of Australia and are partly undocumented as mentioned
Please send information to Robert
William Newdick of Mildenhall, Suffolk
Born in 1683
William married Ann Disbrow and they had the following
William Newdick, mentioned next.
Ann Newdick, born 1711; baptised on October 28, 1711 at Isleham,
Cambridgeshire. Ann married on October 1, 1731 at Isleham to John Flower.
William Newdick of Isleham, Cambridgeshire
Born 1708; baptised on September 26, 1708 at Isleham,
William married on January 24,
1731 at Isleham to Mary Hanslip and they had the following children:
William Newdick, died young and buried on October 30, 1738
at Barton Mills, Suffolk
Elihu Newdick, born 1736; baptised on February 13, 1736 at
Barton Mills. Elihu married Sarah Nailor on Ocotber 8, 1772 at Icklingham,
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk and they had 8 children. A descendant is:
Elizabeth Abbot who did most of the research for earlier
part of the Newdick Family.
Mary Newdick, born 1738; baptised on March 18, 1738 at Barton
William Newdick, born 1740; baptised on December 25, 1740
at Barton Mills and married Ann Neal in 1764.
John Newdick, mentioned next.
Joseph Newdick, born 1744; baptised on January 13, 1744 at
Barton Mills. Joseph married Barbara Caldecott on January 26, 1775 at Barrow,
Suffolk and they had 5 children.
Thomas Newdick, born 1746; baptised on February 15, 1746
at Barton Mills and married Ann Naylor on December 22, 1771 at Icklingham
Ann Newdick, baptised
on July 2, 1748 at Barton Mills and married John Darling on September 2,
1770 at Little Barton, Suffolk.
Elizabeth Newdick, born 1750; baptised on March 24, 1750
at Barton Mills and married Thomas Shardelow in 1784.
Sarah Newdick, born 1752; baptised on December 17, 1752 at
Barton Mills. Sarah married William Clark in 1779 and they had one child.
Hanslip Newdick, born 1754; baptised on November 3, 1754
at Barton Mills. Hanslip married Sarah Bailey in 1778 and they had 3 children.
The Hanslip Family
The Hanslip Family has been carefully researched by Norman
Please click to visit his Hanslip
Web Site for further details.
|William Hanslip born on November
16, 1611; his son:
William Hanslip died on October 3, 1670, married circa 1649
to Phillis who died on October 7, 1694. Their son:
John Hanslip; his children include:
William Hanslip born on December 7 1706; died on Janurary
3, 1770 married on October 26, 1731 to Mary Bangs. Their great X5 grandson
Norman Hanslip researched this line.
Mary Hanslip married William Newdick as shown
above. Their son:
John Newdick, mentioned next.
The arms of Hanslip are described as "Argent, a cross
crosslet fitchee azure, between two bars gules."
John Newdick of Barton Mills, Suffolk
Born in 1742; baptised on November 28, 1742 at Barton
John married on April 20, 1768 at Barton Mills to Elizabeth
Rasby, perhaps a daughter of Philip Rosby of Eriswell. (Please check back for updates on Philip Rosby.)
John and Elizabeth had the following children:
Elizabeth Newdick, born 1769; baptised on April 2, 1769 at
Worlington, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk and married William Rickett Bangs
on January 18, 1818.
John Newdick, born 1772; baptised on May 3, 1772 at Worlington.
John married Louisa Mirabella Tunnell in 1808 and they had 2 children.
John and Louisa resided at Eriswell, Brandon, Suffolk.
William Newdick, born at Wordwell, Suffolk; baptised on July 10, 1774 Worlington.
William died in 1886 at Stepney, London. William married Elizabeth and
they had 6 children, among whom we find:
Richard Newdick, born in 1815 at Bethnel Green, London. Richard
married first to Anne Clarke in London in 1837. He emigrated to New Zealand
where he married secondly to Sarah Mackay in Auckland in 1843. Richard
was a farmer in New Zealand and his death certificate states that he was
a cabinet maker. He died in 1867 and Sarah died in 1870. Their descendants
reside in New Zealand to this day and include:
- Great X2 Granddaughter Jill Johnson. Please click to contact Jill
- Great X3 Granddaughter Eileen Smith. Please click to contact Eileen Smith.
Thomas Newdick, born 1777; baptised on November 23, 1777
at Worlington. Thomas was buried in 1797 at Barton Mills.
Philip Newdick, mentioned next.
Charles Newdick, born on June 17, 1782 and baptised on
August 4, 1783 at Worlington. Charles married on August 3, 1818 at
Eriswell, Brandon, Suffolk to Frances Whitton. Charles and Francis resided
in Eriswell where they had 4 children.
Philip Newdick of Worlington, Suffolk
Born in 1780; baptised on March 19, 1780 at Worlington.
Died on October 19, 1862. Click here
to see Philip's death registration.
Philip married in 1804 to Elizabeth Hensby, a daughter of
Edward Hensby and Catherine Childerstone.
Edward Hensby, father of Elizabeth Hensby, signed a will on August 18, 1819. Click Here to see this will.
Elizabeth died on September 24, 1865. Click
to see her death registration. Philip and Elizabeth had the following children:
William Newdick, born 1805; baptised on June 28, 1805 at
Lakenheath, Suffolk. William married Eliza Briggs in 1835.
Thomas Newdick, born 1806; baptised on November 14, 1806
Lakenheath. Thomas married on August 14, 1833 at Icklingham, Bury St. Edmunds,
Suffolk to Jane Isabella Durrant. Thomas and Jane had 11 children.
Eliza Newdick, born 1808; baptised on July 1, 1808 at Lakenheath.
Eliza married on March 28, 1833 to William Flanders.
Charles Newdick, born 1811; baptised on January 30, 1811
at Lakenheath. Charles married Mary Ann Wing in 1838 and they had 4 children.
Charles had two additional children, Charles and Thomas, who were apparently
born before 1832 without the parents having undergone the formality of
a church marriage ceremony.
Edward Newdick, mentioned next.
Shadrack Newdick, born 1816; baptised
on February 3, 1816 at Lakenheath. Shadrack married Susannah Land in 1842
and they had 5 children. Among Shadrack's and Susannah's celebrated descendants,
great X2 grandson is Gary Ward. Gary's wife Sally has done
extensive research into the Newdick Family. The Wards resides in Norfolk
and may be contacted by through Robert Sewell. Please click on Robert
Sewell and be sure to include in your message "please forward to Sally
great X2 grandson Geoff Kirby. Click for more on Geoff
Frederick Newdick, born 1818; baptised on September 4, 1818
Eriswell. Frederick marrried Susanna and they had 6 children.
Mary Hensby Newdick, born 1818;
baptised on July 1, 1820 at Eriswell and perhaps died young.
Philip Newdick, born on June 30, 1822 and baptised on
September 1, 1826 at Eriswell.
Emma Newdick, born on September
24, 1824 and baptised on September 1, 1826 at Eriswell. Emma married
Alfred Fenton in 1854 and they had 7 children. Among their descendants
Marjorie Neville who has done extensive research into the
Elizabeth Newdick, born 1826; baptised on September 1, 1826
Alfred Newdick, born 1834; baptised on January 13, 1834 at
Eriswell. Thomas married Susan. He died in 1879 at Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
and his remains were interred at Lakenheath, Suffolk.
courtesy Adrian Greenwood
"Philip Newdick's house, Eriswell
Hall Farm, still exists to-day with considerable land around, very close
to the military airfield at Lakenheath. When I visited in 2005 and took
the photograph here the current resident appeared to be planning to convert
a large barn into a rural antiques auction house. (Click HERE
"Philip Newdick . . . had considerable
land, about 1600 acres near the end of this life in 1861, and an employer
of 28 labourers in 1851. He was buried in Lakenheath Church in 1862. .
Eriswell Hall Farm, 2005
The Childerstone Family and Elizabeth Hensby
courtesy Adrian Greenwood
"Philip Newdick married into another
local well-to-do family, the Hensbys of Mildenhall. They, and in particular
Elizabeth's mother who was Catherine Childerstone . . .
are clearly local gentry, with local roles such as Overseer of the Poor
for Mildenhall. . .
"The Childerstones were yeoman
farmers first mentioned in Mildenhall in 1286, who later had the right
to muster men for various wars. The first Childerstone that can be shown
to be a direct ancestor was however Rickard Chylderston, born c. 1410,
dying in 1457. The Childerstones becand wealthy during the reigns of Henry
VIII and Elizabeth I, . . .."
Born in 1814; baptised on March 10, 1814 at Lakenheath,
Died in 1893 at Swaffham, Norfolk.
Edward married at Hockwold cum Wilton, Hockwold, Thetford,
Norfolk on August 10, 1843 to Mary Palmer, a daughter of Mark Palmer and
Jane Richardson, who was born circa 1826 at Wilton, Norfolk and died in
1894 at Swaffham, Norfolk. Edward and Mary had the following children:
Julia Selina Newdick, born at Wilton, Norfolk; baptised
on January 1, 1844 at Wilton. Julia married in John Parrot in 1864 and
they had 6 children.
Jane Elizabeth "Jenny" Newdick, born at Wilton,
Norfolk; baptised on May 23, 1845 at Wilton Norfolk. Jenny had 2 illegitimate children:
- Horace Newdick, born March 1, 1869 at Lakenham, Norfolk. Click to see Horace's Birth Registration. The
name of the father is not given on the Birth Registration. Horace was
with foster parents at the time of the 1871 census and with his
grandparents Edward and Mary by the 1881 census. Horace's death at age
77 years is registered
in Wayland district, Norfolk, in the March quarter 1946. He was said
to have been "deaf and dumb."
- Emma Oldham/Newdick, born November 15, 1878 at Swaffham, Suffolk. Emma's father was Thomas Oldham. Click to see Emma's Birth Registration.
Edward Palmer Newdick, born at Wilton, Norfolk; baptised
on March 2, 1847 at Brandon, Suffolk. Edward married Bessie Gay in 1879
and they had 3 children. Edward died in 1914.
Sarah Ann "Sally" Newdick, born at Brandon, Suffolk; baptised on August 20, 1848 at Brandon. Sally
was a dressmaker. She married Charles Cresswell in 1875. They had seven
children among whom was:
Emily Cresswell, later Greenwood; her grandson:
Adrian Greenwood who has done extensive research on the Newdick
Family and who kindly shared the photos shown below.
Mark Philip Newdick, born at Brandon, Suffolk; baptised
on August 2, 1850 at Brandon. Mark married first to Agnes Maria Sizer in
1874 and second to Mary Ann Brown in 1903. Mark died in 1924. By his first
marriage to Agnes Maria Sizer, he had 6 children. Their descendants include:
Philip Newdick of Australia.
Mark Newdick of Connecticut, U.S.A.
William Frank Newdick, born at Stanton, Suffolk;
baptised on May 22, 1852 at Stanton, and died in 1921. William married
Annie Worker in 1881 and they had the following children:
William F. Newdick, b. ca. 1882 at Baldock, Hertsford
Edward John Newdick, b. ca. 1890 in Hertsford, probably at
Baldock; and died (lost at sea) on May 25, 1915. Edward was an Able Seaman
aboard HMS Triumph when it was torpedoed by the U-21 in the Dardanelles.
Over 500 men were rescued, but 73, Edward among them, were lost. See HMS
Triumph Battleship Wreck and HMS
Triumph for details. He is memorialized at the Baldock,
Hertfordshire War Memorial.
- Margaret Mary Faulkner Newdick married Henry Sinfield; their daughter:
- Kathleen Sinfield whose great grandson is Ryan Harris.
- Clarence H. Newdick, born on April
1, 1896 at Baldock, Hertsford. Clarence came to Canada and married on March
20, 1918 to Harriat Ann Maria Finlayson, aet 19, daughter of William Finlayson
and Mary Harriatt (Smith) Finlayson. Harriat's sister, Annie Beatrice Sophia
Finlayson, married Clarence's cousin Sidney George Newdick.
George Robert Newdick, mentioned next.
Fred Charles Newdick, born at Hepworth, Suffolk;
baptised on June 25, 1855 at Hepworth. Fred married Sarah in 1883, and
they didn't have any children. Fred died in 1907.
Margaret Florence Newdick, born at Stanton, Suffolk;
baptised on January 23, 1857 at Stanton. Margaret married Mr. Tremayne
in 1877, and they didn't have any children.
Harry Newdick, born at Stanton, Suffolk; baptised
on August 29, 1858 at Stanton. Harry married Emma Payne and they had 5
Mary Jane "Polly" Newdick, born 1860 at Brandon, Suffolk;
baptised on August 19, 1860 at Brandon. Polly was a governess and was unmarried.
She in 1912 at Hanwell.
Emma Maria Newdick, born at Feltwell, Norfolk;
baptised on September 6, 1862 at Brandon. Emma spoke fluent French and
was a governess to a family in Brussels. Emma married on August 12, 1899
to Frederick Thomas Hawkings and they had 2 children. Emma died in 1950
Andrew Palmer Newdick, born at Feltwell, Norfolk;
baptised on July 7, 1864 at Feltwell Norfolk. Andrew died in 1933. He married
Eva Howard and they had 4 children. Their granddaughter:
Gladys Florence "Gay" Alden-Montague who did extensive research
into the Newdick Family.
Benjamin Newdick, born at Feltwell, Norfolk;
baptised on November 18, 1866 at Feltwell. Benjamin died in 1946. He married
Edith Rebecca Rayner in 1911, and they had 1 child.
Persons mentioned in
Photos courtesy of Adrian Greenwood
Mary Newdick (née Palmer)
Mark Palmer and Jane Richardson
Jane Richardson plus companion,
perhaps Margaret Florence Newdick
Emma Maria Newdick
as governess in Bruxelles, Belgium
Sarah Ann (Sally) Newdick
Sarah Ann (Sally) Cresswell (née Newdick),
with husband Charles Cresswell and their seven children.
Sally as a trained dressmaker made all the dresses and suits in the
photo. The middle girl at the back is Emily Cresswell, later Greenwood,
grandmother of Adrian Greenwood who kindly shared the above photos.
Photo taken in 1894 at Bradford, Yorkshire.
courtesy Adrian Greenwood
"Edward Newdick moved around North
Suffolk and South Norfolk a great deal for a farmer with 14 children. He
appears to have been born in Lakenheath, lived as a child in Eriswell,
married in Hockwold cum Wilton, farmed in Wilton and later in Brandon,
moved to Wrenshall (Wrens Hall), Stanton, where Sally (Sarah
Ann Newdick) grew up. Thereafter he and the family
moved to Hepworth, back to Stanton, back to Brandon, then to Feltwell in
Norfolk and finally to Swaffham where he died.
"His occupations read like his
moves. In 1841 he was a miller, in 1851 a farmer, in 1861 an engineer (steam
threshing machine), in 1871 a machinist, in 1881 a farm bailiff and in
retirement in 1891 at the age of 74 finally a 'gentleman'!"
Wrens Hall in Stanton, Suffolk, 2005
"This appears to have been Sally Newdick's childhood home, although
there are a number of other buildings in the tiny hamlet of what is now
courtesy Adrian Greenwood
"The Palmers came from just over
the border of Suffolk in Feltwell in Norfolk. Again this family had stayed
out for generations, so it was relatively easy to trace them back throught
the parish registers."
The sampler shown here was made
by Mary Palmer as a 9-year-old in 1831.
"Teach me to feel another’s woe,
To hide the fault I see;
That mercy I to others show,
That mercy show to me."
. . . from Alexander Pope, The Universal Prayer
George Robert "Bob" Newdick
Born on October 3, 1853 at Hepworth, in the District
of Thingoe (now Bury St. Edmunds), Suffolk; baptised on October 19, 1853
at Stanton, Suffolk.
Died on April 24, 1913 at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Click
to view his death
Bob Newdick was a clothier or tailor; but at the time
of his death he was said to have been a "sexton" or church warden. His
death registration indicates that he had been ill with Bright's Disease
(inflammation of the kidneys) for a year; so perhaps he had taken a less
demanding position due to failing health.
Bob married first in 1879 at Swaffham, Norfolk to Jane
Tooley. Jane was born in 1854 in Swaffham, Norfolk; daughter of James Tooley
(born on March 25, 1800 at Flemington, Norfolk; died in 1877) and his wife
Ann Atkins (born in 1814 in Norfolk; died in 1856) Ann Atkins' mother was
Jane Tate (born circa 1791 at North Walsham, Norfolk.)
Bob Newdick, his wife Jane and their children were residing
at 110 London Street, Swaffham in 1881 and on Market Place, Swaffham in
1887 at the time of the birth of their daughter Ida Mary Newdick. The Newdick
family emigrated to Canada considering Australia and New Zealand. The Newdick
Family, including parents Bob and Jane, and children Sidney, Mabel, Tooley,
Muriel, Ida and Jack departed from Liverpool aboard the Parisian
on October 23, 1890, bound for Montreal. Please click on Parisian for more about this ship.
Jane died on February 24, 1898, at age 44 years after
suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis for 4 years. The Newdick family was
residing at 147 Tecumseth Street in Toronto at the time.
By 1901, Bob had re-married and by 1911 the Newdicks were
residing at 14 Lansdowne Avenue.
Bob Newdick and his wife Jane Tooley had the following
Robert George Newdick, born in 1879 and died the same
Sidney George Newdick, born on October
13, 1880. Sidney was a veteran of the Boer War. At the time of his enlistment
to serve in the First World War on September 22, 1914, he indicated that
he had previous service of four years with the 10th Royal Grenadiers. He
was a letter carrier prior to his enlistment in 1914, and later became
Postmaster of Toronto. His next of kin shown on his enlistment papers was
Annie Beatrice Newdick, living at 30 Virtue Street, Toronto, Canada. This
was his wife Annie Beatrice Sophia Finlayson, born May 9, 1885 at York,
Ontario. Annie was a daughter of daughter of William James Finlayson and
Mary Harriatt (Smith) Finlayson. Annie's sister, Harriat Ann Maria Finlayson,
married Sidney's cousin Clarence H. Newdick. The
descendants of Sidney and Annie Newdick have been of immense help in the
preparation of this genealogy.
Mabel Agnes Newdick (also Mable), born on April
25, 1883. Mabel married on June 19, 1907 to Herb Eddington (born on February
26, 1882) who was a brilliant accountant. On the 1911 census, this
family was residing at 582 Palmerston, Toronto, Canada. In the 1930's,
they resided on St. Leonards Avenue, Toronto, Canada. Herb could simply
look at a column of figures and add them up instantly in his head. Herb
contracted cancer of the bones and the progression of this disease made
his final fifteen years of life increasingly unproductive and miserable.
Things must have been very difficult, and Mabel ended up a nervous wreck.
After Herb's death in the late 1930's, she moved in with the H.C. Sewell
family where her sister Ida helped her with everything. Mabel couldn’t
talk, and perhaps suffered from Parkinson’s Disease or something similar.
Mabel and Herb had one son:
Darcy Eddington who married Dory. They had two sons:
Richard (Rick) Eddington who is said to have owned a "Burger
King" franchise in Chatham, Ontario, Canada.
Robert (Bob) Eddington
Tooley William Newdick, born
on September 18, 1884 and died on January 24, 1972. To view Tooley's birth
and death registrations, click HERE.
At the time of his enlistment to serve in the First World War on September
22, 1914, he indicated that he had previous service of six years with the
Queen's Own Rifles. Tooley had a tattoo of the Union Jack on his left forearm
and was a bank clerk prior to his enlistment in 1914. His next of kin was
Janet Newdick, whose postal address was c/o John Wallace, Cataract P.O.,
Ontario, Canada. It is unclear who John Wallace was. Tooley's wife was
Janet Eva Marion "Jean" Carter, born October 14, 1895 at Wellington, Ontario;
daughter of William Carter and Margaret Steele. After the war, Tooley and
his family lived in the west end of Toronto, Canada on Jamison Avenue.
They had two sons:
William Carter "Bill" Newdick who was born on July 7, 1930
and died without issue on February 15, 2002.
Douglas "Sam" Newdick was born January 5, 1932 and died on
September 28, 1996. Sam served in the American Army. On his return from
the Korean War he persued a career as a firefighter where he picked up
the nickname "Sam" because he had served the USA or "Uncle Sam." Many thanks
to Sam's descendants who have been of great help in preparing this genealogy.
Muriel Newdick, born on June
21, 1886. Muriel married on November 20, 1911 to George Duncan (born on
September 3, 1886) who was a steamfitter with Dominion Tank and Bridge.
This family resided on Scarlett Road, West Toronto, Canada. They had the
George "Jack" Duncan who was a brewmaster with the Carling
Breweries. Jack married Lois Richardson. Their children:
Dorothy Duncan who married Jim Primeau. Jim worked for the
Eastman Kodak camera company. They had two children:
Margaret Duncan who married Jack Hawkins. They lived on Walker's
Line in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. Their children:
Linda Hawkins whose family kindly shared data for this genealogy.
Jack "Dunc" Hawkins
Ida Mary Newdick, mentioned next.
John Edward "Jack" Newdick (also
Edward John), born on December 15, 1888. Jack was a very successful
insurance salesman. Jack married on June 5, 1915 to Kathleen Wood who was
born on Novermber 12, 1882 at Bracebridge, Ontario; a daugher of Thomas
Wood and Mary Boyd. In the 1930's, this family resided on King Street West
close to Jamison Avenue in Toronto, Canada. They later moved to Chatsworth
Drive. In the 1950's Jack and Kathleen rented a summer cottage on Lake
Muskoka a mile or so south of the Sewell summer cottage. Jack and Kathleen
had the following children:
Phyllis Newdick who married Bill Jamieson. Their children:
Robert (Bruce) Jamieson
Peter Newdick who married Betty Hare. Their children:
|Jane Tooley died on February 24, 1898, at age 44 years after
suffering from pulmonary tuberculosis for 4 years. The Newdick family was
residing at 147 Tecumseth Street in Toronto at the time. Bob Newdick re-married
to Minnie Richardson who was born on November 5, 1866 and was known as
"The Mater." Bob and Minnie has a daughter:
Marjorie Yulee Lenore Newdick, born on April 20 or
21, 1901, who married patent attorney Harold Riches. They lived on
Grenadier Heights in the west end of Toronto, and had a summer cottage
on the Lake of Bays. Marjorie and Harold had a daughter:
Margaret Riches who married Francois-Michel Messud. Their
front row: Bruce Sewell and Donald Sewell.
back row: Stephen Sewell, Margueretta Sewell,
Marjorie Yulee Lenore Riches (née Newdick),
Margaret Riches and Francois-Michel Messud.
The 1911 census shows the family, including Bob, Minnie,
Minnie's aged parents Benjamin Richardson (born February 1826, age 85)
and Elizabeth Richardson (born May 1831, age 80) along with children Tooley
(age 26), Muriel (age 24), Jack (age 22) and Marjorie (age 10) all living
at 14 Lansdowne Avenue, Toronto, Canada. This would have been just north
of Queen Street; and the homes were not very large. With seven adults and
one child, the Newdick residence would likely have been considered crowded
by to-day's standards.
Ida Mary Newdick
Born on October 10, 1887 at Swaffham, Norfolk. Click
to view her birth registration.
Died in 1974 at Oakville, Ontario, Canada.
Ida married on August 12, 1914 to Henry
Charles DeQuincy Sewell. This page was set up by their grandson Robert
Ida had three brother and three sisters; they were a family
with seven children. She used to recite Wordsworth's "We
Are Seven" for us.
Ida Mary Sewell (née Newdick)
Above: Ida age 16.
Right: Ida in 1952
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