| || Date: Circa 1832|
Place: England, United Kingdom
|Son of Alfred, merchant, and stepfather of Barrington Clarke Wood |
Marriage and Family
|Married (1) 18 May 1854, Registry Office, Fremantle to Cora Matilda Conway (nee Lamb) (born circa 1828), widow of William, daughter of William and Margaret (died 29 March 1861)|
Children: one son and three daughters
Married (2) 13 October 1863, St Johns Church, Fremantle (Church of England) to Ellen Wood (nee Woodward) (born 1826 and died circa 1887), widow of George, daughter of James and Sarah
Children: one son and two daughters
|Date: 25 November 1872|
Place: near Mandurah, Western Australia
Cemetery: Skinner Street Cemetery?, Fremantle, WA
Cause of Death: Fall from horse
|Church of England|
|Accountant and manager|
|1851 to WA, sponsored by Gibson, Murray Dyett & Co|
Accountant, employed by Cornish & Paterson, then by Pander & Bartram
Manager, Carter, Bartram & Co, merchants, Fremantle
Local Government Service
|Member Fremantle Town Trust, 1866–1870|
Fremantle Municipal Council 1870–1872
|Search for speeches by Edward Newman|
- Nominated MLC May–July 1870
- MLC Fremantle 21 October 1870–25 November 1872
- Contested Fremantle 18 November 1867
Justice of the Peace, 1869
Member Fremantle Board of Education 1870–1871
|1933 'PIONEERS' GRAVES.', Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885 - 1954), 1 June, p. 7, viewed 4 December, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37703271|
D Black and G Bolton, eds, Biographical Register of Members of the Parliament of Western Australia: volume one 1870-1930, Parliamentary History Project, Perth, WA, 2001, p. 19.
R Erickson, The bicentennial dictionary of Western Australians, pre-1829-1888, Volume III.
JK Ewers, Western Gateway: 100 years of Local Government in Fremantle, Western Australia, p. 103–104.
Herald (Fremantle), 7 December 1872.
Inquirer, 4 December 1872.