- Alfred Newman 1849-1933
- Harriet Cooper 1854-1925
- James Gilbert 1848-1916
- Elizabeth Howlett 1856-1916
Wilfred Newman was the oldest son of Alfred Newman and Clara Gilbert of Waterside, Ely, Cambridgeshire.
He took a keen interest in Coursing - which was his favourite sport. He was a member of the Isle Club up until his death.
Wilfred died in December 1929, from a combination of three conditions which would have bore him extreme pain. He had already had a kidney removed at Addenbrookes Hospital three months before. His obituary noted that he died "following a long and painful illness borne with great cheerfulness and courage".
He had attended the the Boy's National School on Silver Street, Ely and had attended the Wesleyan Chapel and Sunday School.
Wilfred was a talented artist, and a number of his drawings have survived and can be viewed via the links below.
1913 Ely, Cambridgeshire.
Cause of Death:
1. Septicemia, 2. Ureteral Fistula, 3. Tuberculosis Kidney. No post-mortem was carried out.
4th December 1929 at 5 Waterside, Ely, Cambridgeshire. Aged 16 years.
7th December 1929 in Ely cemetery, Cambridgeshire. Grave A245.