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Richard Newnham, son of Robert Newnham, farm labourer and Philadelphia Newnham [Winn]
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Date
Type
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1831
Born
At Mopes in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex
Fletching Parish Registers
 
11th Dec 1831
Christened
At St Andrew & St Mary Church in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex; son of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
Fletching Parish Registers
 
6th Jun 1841
Census
At Mopes in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex; Richard Newnham, M, [Son], age 9, born Sussex
1841 Census
Fletching, Sussex

Ancestor's report
No descendent's report
Newenham, Newman, Newmann, Newnham, Newneham, Nwmane, Nywenham, Newnum individual records
The ancestral pedigree of Richard Newnham
  
 Robert Newnham
farm labourer
m: 27th Jan 1821 Fl. Church, Fletching, SussexPhiladelphia Winn 
 b: 1799 Fletching, Sussex  b: 1801 Horsted Keynes, Sussex
  
      
 Robert Ansley John Richard Thomas 
 b: December 1821 Danehill, Sussex
ch: 7th Dec 1823 St Andrew & St Mary Church, Fletching, Sussex, aged 2 years, son of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
 b: 1823 Danehill, Sussex
ch: 7th Dec 1823 St Andrew & St Mary Church, Fletching, Sussex, daughter of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
 b: 1826 Mopes, Fletching, Sussex
ch: 3rd Dec 1826 St Andrew & St Mary Church, son of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
 b: 1831 Mopes, Fletching, Sussex
ch: 11th Dec 1831 St Andrew & St Mary Church, son of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
 b: 1834 Mount Noddy, Fletching, Sussex
ch: 7th Sep 1834 St Andrew & St Mary Church, son of Robert Newnham (labourer) and Philly Newnham
 
             
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