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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
36024 Newton Isaac - 1847 9 October Maitland MM
Subscriber for the Irish and Scottish Relief Fund

79329 Newton Isaac - 1850 9 October Hexham MM
Offering reward for mare strayed from Bone's Flat

90435 Newton Isaac - 1852 2 June Collected at Hexham MM
Subscribed to Testimonial for E.C. Close

110997 Newton Isaac - 1854 28 January Hexham MM
Subscribed to testimonial for Rev. R.T. Bolton

133009 Newton Isaac - 1856 5 January - SMH
On List of Electors of the Counties of Northumberland and Hunter supporting Alexander Walker Scott as a candidate in the approaching general election

143791 Newton Isaac - 1867 Hexham Bailliere's Official Postal Directory p. 143

174447 Newton Isaac - 1855 Leasehold..Address Hexham NMH
On a list of electors in the police district of Newcastle who had the right to vote for elections in the county of Northumberland in 1855. Printed in the Newcastle Morning Herald 25 October 1911

174719 Newton Isaac - 22 April 1896 - NMH
During the past week by death three very old residents of the district have been removed from their earthly labour -Messrs. Weakley; Street, and Newton, whose combined ages totalled upwards of 250 years.....The last of the trio, Mr. Isaac Newton, was one of the oldest residents of the northern district. He entered into the employ of the late Mr. Sparke, of Webland Park, Hunter River, up wards of 60 years ago, and he was somewhat remarkable in being, it is said, the first employee on the Hunter who was allowed a horse for his own use. It will be remembered that some time ago one of our staff reported an interview at East Maitland with four witnesses who had been called to depose to some ancient boundary line. One of the witnesses (now dead) was over 100 years old, and Isaac, then about 85 years, was the youngest of the quartet. He was a pious, God-fearing old man, and had often said that he was only waiting for his Heavenly Masters call.

76918 Newton Isaac Portland 1832 1837 Maitland GRC
Aged 21. Assigned to Edward Sparke senior

91727 Newton Isaac Portland 1832 1838 16 July Newcastle Register Book of Christ Church Cathedral, Newcastle. Marriages p75
Marriage of Isaac Newton to Elizabeth Jones. Minister Rev. Wilton. Witness William Condon of Woodlands

107786 Newton Isaac Portland 1832 1837 24 June Maitland SG
Granted Ticket of Leave

107787 Newton Isaac Portland 1832 1832 16 August Woodlands SG
Errand boy. Assigned to Edward Sparke