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Family of James NEWMAN
|Husband:||James NEWMAN (1799-1850)|
|Children:||John NEWMAN (1822?-1850)|
Husband: James NEWMAN
|Birth||1799||Worthing, Sussex, England|
|Death||25 Nov 1850 (age 50-51)||At sea - see notes|
Child 1: John NEWMAN
|Spouse:||Caroline PARSONS (1822- )|
|Death||25 Nov 1850 (age 27-28)||At sea - see notes|
Note on Husband: James NEWMAN - shared note
James Newman along with his son John (husband of Caroline Parsons) and 11 other Worthing fishermen were involed in the attempted rescue of a trading barque called the Lallah Rookh which was in danger of floudering. Both James and his son were drowned.
In the second boat launched James Searle baptised 26/03/1848 Broadwater (Baptised Richard James) was among those who helped in the rescue.