Number on the List - 19 John Newman
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Summary of Mr. Lockwood's reports upon Children Boarded-out under the care of the Millbrook Boarding-out Committee.
This boy was stated by his foster mother to be very fond of school, and a good boy in every respect, notwithstanding the bad example set by his brother Thomas Newman, who was recently transferred to another home. He has a bedroom of good size to himself, and has never required the services of a doctor, until about two months ago, when he suffered from a bad cold.
Possible location of John Newman (and his brother Thomas) in the 1881 Census - RG11/1635 - Page 4
No. 18 Village, Millbrook, the under-mentioned houses are situate within the boundaries of the Parish of Ampthill, Bedfordshire.
|Surname||Given Name||Relation to Head||Condition as to Marriage||Age||Profession/Occupation||Where Born|
|PAGE||William||Head||Mar||58||Barber & She Mender||Ampthill, Beds.|
|PAGE||Rhoda||Wife||Mar||57||Lace Maker||Millbrook, Beds.|
|ASKEW||Eliza||Daug.||Mar||34||Straw Plaiter||Millbrook, Beds.|
|SHERWOOD||Sarah Ann||Granddaur.||-||16||Hat Sewer||Millbrook, Beds.|