- John Newman
- Hannah Squire
Philip Newman was the only known child of John Newman and Hannah Squire of Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire (or Huntingdonshire as it was at the time).
Philip is first documented in Haddenham at the wedding to Lydia Ingle in 1779. This marriage was to last 23 months, when Lydia died. Philip and Lydia are known to have had two sons during their short marriage and their youngest, Philip, was buried on the same day as his mother at Somersham, in 1781. Lydia was noted as just 22 years old and her son was an infant.
Philip re-married in 1785 to Elizabeth Whitehead, also of Haddenham. They went on to have at least six children. Their first child, a son named William, died in his infancy. Only two of the couple's known children are known to have survived their infancy; William and Rebecca.
In 1809 tragedy struck as Philip, working as a Miller at the mill of William and Robert Pate of Haddenham on 20th July 1809 "was caught in the works of his mill, and unfortunately killed" - as reported by the Cambridge Chronicle, dated 22nd July 1809. Philip was promptly buried the following day at Haddenham parish church where the register notes him as being both a miller and a baker.
6th July 1760, Fenstanton, Cambridgeshire.
- Lydia Ingle (1759-1781) on 15th October 1779 at Haddenham church, Cambridgeshire.
- Elizabeth Whitehead on 21st September 1785 at Haddenham church, Cambridgeshire.
- Thomas Newman (1780-?)
- Philip Newman (1781-?)
- William Newman (1786-17??)
- William Newman (1791-1872) married Ann Clarke (1795-?)
- Ann Newman (1795-?)
- James Newman (-1797)
- Robert Newman (1802)
- Rebecca Newman (1804-?) married John Seymore
20th July 1809, Haddenham at the mill of William and Robert Pate.
Pub in Haddenham, ?? July 1809.
21st July 1809, Haddenham churchyard.