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Passenger lists - William Tom Newman

Posted: 1 Oct 2012 7:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: NEWMAN
Hi,
I am trying to find an emigration of William Tom Newman (born 1854) in Gillingham Dorset. He married Alice Pierson and had 2 children, George and Adelaide. I cannot find him after 1861, and I know at some point he moved to St.Louis in America.

I am trying to find his passage to America, and which boat, etc , he went over on. Any help greatly appreciated
Regards,
Seb

Re: Passenger lists - William Tom Newman

Posted: 1 Oct 2012 8:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
Are your years accurate?

If he was born in 1854 and you last found him in 1861, he would have been 7 years old. Is this correct?

Where did you get the information on his wife and children?

If you can narrow down the "at some point" emigration, it might help someone find the records for you.

Good luck!

Re: Passenger lists - William Tom Newman

Posted: 1 Oct 2012 9:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi thanks for the reply. I thought at first he was gone by 1871 (max age 17). But I think I have found him in later census, so possibly between 1890 - 1910. I know his wife and children through another family member, they are just unsure how he came from the UK to St.Louis

Re: Passenger lists - William Tom Newman

Posted: 2 Oct 2012 1:52AM GMT
Classification: Query
You may already have most or possibly all of this, but if not....


Federal Censuses

1900 Missouri - City of St. Louis
NEWMAN Family
William, Head, 41, born NOV 1858
Alice M., Wife, 35, born MAR 1865
Adelaide, Daughter, 11, born NOV 1888
George, Son, 7, born JAN 1893

- William and Alice, and their parents, were born in England.
- William and Alice had immigrated in 1875, living in the U.S. for 25 years. He was naturalized. They had been married 15 years.
- The children were born in Missouri, still single, and At School.
- William was a Merchant Tailor. Alice ran a Boarding House, and 12 boarders were listed with them.



1910 Missouri - City of St. Louis
NEWMAN Family
Wm. T, Head, 55
Alice A., Wife, 46
Alice A., Daughter, 21 (note Alice, not Adelaide)
George P., Son, 17

- William and Alice had been married only once, for 25 years. He had immigrated in 1881 and was naturalized. She came in 1874. He was a Merchant, while Alice had no occupation.
- The children were still Students.


1920 Missouri - City of St. Louis
NEWMAN, George L., Head, 26
McFARLAND, Emma S.B., Aunt, 49
McFARLAND, Maud, 22, Cousin

George was listed as Married, but no wife was shown. He probably was still single. He was born in Missouri, his parents in England. He was a Merchant Tailor.
- Emma was widowed, born (as were her parents) in England, immigrated in 1875, and had no occupation.
- Maud was single, born in Missouri, her father in Massachusetts, her mother in England. She was a Bookkeeper.


Two years earlier....

World War I Draft Registration for City of St. Louis, Missouri June 05, 1917

NEWMAN, George Lambert
born January 19, 1893
Merchant Tailor
Single


Perhaps there's enough here to help you a little.

Good luck!
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