Thomas William Newland

b. 09/01/1863
bap. 08/02/1863 Croydon, Surrey


Sarah Harriet Asher d. 26/01/1917
Frederick Thomas Newland d. 21/04/1916
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m. 24/08/1884
Rosetta Frances Chapman Croydon, Surrey


b. 28/06/1885 Avis Lottie Newland 11 Glengall Road (at baptism)
b. 16/10/1888 Francis Thomas Newland 12 Glengall Rd (at baptism)
b. 1891 (app) Elsie A Newland Kilburn Midx/London Kilburn
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Note: Includes only children from certificates, baptism entries, or from census entries where the relationship is specified. For married women, please see their husband's entry for children from censuses.


1884 Fruiterer
1891 Shop Manager
1901 Fruiterer Shopkeeper

Also known as

Thomas Newland, Thomas W Newland

Did You Know?

  • Thomas William Newland married Rosetta Frances Chapman in 1884. His brother Frederick James Newland married her sister Alice Chapman in 1894.
  • The National Archives catalogue entry for document ACC/1386/845 from the LMA gives the information that it is dated 28 June 1882 and concerns the "Lease for 21 years from 24 June 1882" of the "dwellinghouse and shop known as Leith House, Quex Road" for a rent of "£75 yearly rising to £100 yearly". It says that it is endorsed with an "Assignment of lease, dated 13 January 1897", of the premises "now known as 1 Quex Road" to "Thomas William Newland of 44 Priory Park Road, Kilburn, fruiterer", for the consideration of £150.
  • The National Archives catalogue entry for document ACC/1386/847 from the LMA says that it is dated 7 January 1897 and is titled "License to assign Leith House to Thomas William Newland for purpose of trade of fruiterer and greengrocer".
  • The National Archives catalogue entry for document ACC/1386/848 from the LMA is a "Surrender" dated 13 June 1902. It involves "Thomas William Newland of 1 Quex Road, Kilburn, greengrocer", the premises "1 Quex Road", and the consideration "new lease at increased rent".
  • Thomas William Newland and his brother Frederick James Newland (married to sisters Rosetta Frances Chapman and Alice Chapman respectively) both had children named Avis, Elsie and Francis/Frank.

Documentary Sources

Debtor's Name. | Address. | Description. | Court. | No. | Date of Order. | Date of Filing Petition. Newland, Thomas William | 1 and 3, Quex-road, Kilburn, Middlesex, and also of 13, Victoria-mews, Kilburn aforesaid | Fruiterer | High Court of Justice in Bankruptcy | 1188 of 1905 | Oct. 8, 1905 | Oct. 2, 1905

Source: The London Gazette, October 6, 1905. p. 6747. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.
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08/02/1863 Croydon, Upper Norwood, Surrey
08/02/1863 [St John], Croydon, Surrey
02/04/1871 Osborne Place, Croydon, Surrey
03/04/1881 Osborne Place, Croydon, Surrey
24/08/1884 Croydon, Surrey
24/08/1884 the Parish Church, Croydon, Surrey
25/03/1891 11 Glengate Rd, Willesden, Holy Trinity, M'sex
25/03/1891 S. Augustine, Kilburn, London
16/09/1891 12 Glengall Rd, S. Augustine Kilburn, London
16/09/1891 S. Augustine, Kilburn, London
31/03/1901 1+3 Quex Rd, Hempstead, St Pauls at Kilburn, Hampstead
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