Newman

Newman

(Anything in this particular type of [ ] is my opinion.)
(An asterick after a name in a census denotes a person in the direct line.)



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1840 Federal Census

Coweta County, Georgia, District 2, p. 350

1850 Federal Census

Meriwether County, Georgia, 59th Division, 391-391, September 2, 1850


1860 Federal Census

Post office - Mt. Olive, 2nd Subdivision, Coosa County, Alabama, p. 31, 209-209, June 16, 1860




Civil War is declared April 12, 1861.

Henry J. Newman joins the Sixtieth Alabama Infantry Regiment, Third Battalion, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers, Company C.
Erastus H. Newman joins the 59th Alabama Regiment, Second Battalion, Hilliard's Legion, Alabama Volunteers, Company F.

Robert E. Lee surrenders at Appomattox, Virginia on April 9, 1865.




Elmore County, Alabama is created February 15, 1866 from Autauga, Coosa, Montgomery and Tallapoosa counties.



1870 Federal Census

Coosa County, Alabama, Jordan's Beat. p. 15 / 418, 98-98, June 7, 1870

E H Newman - Post Office - Notasulga, Franklin Beat, Macon County, Georgia, June? 1, 1870

John Newman - Post Office - Notasulga, Franklin Beat, Macon County, Georgia, June? 1, 1870




Benjamin Franklin Newman and Sarah Elizabeth Moncrief were married by the Justice of the Peace, E.D. Baker, in Tallassee, Elmore County, Alabama on January 7, 1872.



1880 Federal Census

St. Clair County, Alabama, Beat No. 3, S.D. 2, E.D. 116, p. 30, 253-253, June 22, 1880

E H Newman - Reeltown, Tallapoosa County, Alabama, June 25, 1880


Russell County, Alabama, Girard Beat 1, page 36, S.D. 4. E.D. 151, 339-393





Ella Newman, daughter of Sarah and Benjamin Newman


Montgomery 1897 City Directory (Alabama), p. 413

James S Newman - res 119 1/2 Dexter Avenue, collr E E Forbes
Thomas F Newman - res 119 1/2 Dexter Avenue, wks Montgomery Journal
William M Newman - res 119 1/2 Dexter Avenue, wks Montgomery Journal


Maranda Moncrief dies September 7, 1897 in Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.




Benjamin Franklin Newman dies March 28, 1898 and is buried in Central Baptist Church Cemetery, Trussville, Jefferson County, Alabama.



Camp Shipp - 1898




Thomas Franklin Newman and Annie Agnes Jamison marry in Calhoun County, Alabama in March 1899.



1900 Federal Census

Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama, 912 1/2-29-32, June 2, 1900
Their son lives on:
Gurnee Street, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama, All of that portion of ward outlying West of the Center of Noble Street, Supervisor's District 7, Enumeration District 42, p. 241, Sheet 1, 3-4, June 1, 1900



Thomas F. Newman and family move to Atlanta, Georgia.




Thomas F. Newman and family return to Anniston, Alabama.




1910 Federal Census

2601 Thirtieth Avenue, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, S.D. 9, April 28, 1910

At the same address:


Anniston City, Calhoun County, Alabama Supervisor's District 4, E.D. 20, Beat 15, Sheet 3, 1114-52-59

James S. Newman - 767 Poplar Street, Bibb County, Georgia, Macon, April 20, 1910

William Monroe Newman - 600 West 7 Street, Rome City, Floyd County, Georgia, April 18, 1910




Benjamin Franklin Newman dies February 15, 1911 in North Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama and is buried in Edgemont Cemetery, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.




World War Draft Registration

Edward Allen Newman was born September 24, 1895. He is single and lives at 2631 20th Avenue, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama. His mother is dependent on his support. He works at Birmingham Casket Company at 27th S.E. and 27th Avenue, Birmingham, Alabama.




World War Draft Registration - September 12, 1917

Thomas Franklin Newman was born December 7, 1872. He lives at 220 South Duval, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida. He works in newspaper circulation for Milton A. Smith. His nearest relative is Annie Agnes Newman.



1920 Federal Census

Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, S.D. 9, E.D. 46, 2617-6-9, January 2, 1920

In the same house lives Family 10:

Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida on South Duval Street in Supervisor's District 3, Enumeration District 168, Precinct 13, 220-811-843, Sheet 80, February 9, 1920

264? South Duval Street, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, Precinct 13, S.D 3, E.D. 168, 264?-813-845, p. 133 / 614, February 9, 1920
224 South Duval Street, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, Precinct 13, S.D 3, E.D. 168, 224-810-842, p. 133 / 614, February 9, 1920
James S Newman - 8014 7th Avenue N., Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, January 9?, 1920

Benjamin O Newman - 251 21 Avenue North, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, January 4, 1920

William M Newman - Hill, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia, January 15, 1920




Mary Virginia Jamison dies in 1923 in Duval County, Florida.




Thomas F. Newman, Jr. graduates in 1924 from Leon High School, Tallahassee, Florida. He is in the top row, second from the left.




Paul J. Newman enlists the first time in the U.S. Army on November 16, 1925 at Fort Benning, Georgia.




Mary Inez Newman graduates from Florida State College for Women in Tallahassee, Florida.




Thomas F. Newman, Jr. graduates in 1928 from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.




Tommy Newman enlists in the Florida National Guard, 124th Infantry.



1930 Federal Census

8133 First Avenue, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, Precinct 10, Block 225, S.D. 4-Ala, E.D. 37-20, 8133-495-502, April 12, 1930 307 Monroe, Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, Election Precinct 12, S.D. 2, E.D. 27-12, 307-__-212, p. 10B, April 14, 1930
Paul J. Newman is listed again; note the discrepencies.

Army Barracks, Fort George Wright, Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, Block 173, S.D. 5, May 1, 1930
Dellaware (sic) R Newman - 8143 First Avenue, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, April 12, 1930

Edward A. Newman - 2221 5th Avenue, Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama, April 9, 1930

Ollie Newman - Tarrant City, Jefferson County, Alabama, April 12, 1930




Thomas F Newman, Jr. and Mary Wilma Rawls marry in Duval County, Florida in 1934.




1935 Florida State Census

307 North Monroe, Leon County, Precinct 12
Both Inez and Thomas Newman are listed twice.
311 North Monroe, Leon County, Precinct 12 Vernon, Precinct 1, Washington County Though no street address is given, I believe she is boarding with the people listed above her in the original census:




Sarah Newman dies November 8, 1936 in Birmingham, Jefferson County, Alabama and is buried in Edgemont Cemetery, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.




Inez Newman teaches at Frostproof High School in 1941.




Annie Agnes Newman dies May 15, 1943 in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida and is buried in Oakland Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida. (Only those buried in Lot 49 are in this webpage.)




1945 Florida State Census

555 Miccosukeee Road, Race - White




Thomas Franklin Newman dies June 18, 1956 in Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida and is buried in Oakland Cemetery, Tallahassee, Florida.




Mary E Newman dies Jan. 25, 1970 and is buried in Edgemont Cemetery, Anniston, Calhoun County, Alabama.




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