Ida W. Newey

b. 1863, d. 1864
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
(Child) BirthIda W. Newey was born in 1863 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Deceased) DeathIda died in 1864 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY.  
Last EditedJune 13, 2012

Irma Darling Newey

b. September 2, 1888, d. December 25, 1949
Irma Newey
FatherWilliam Shepard Newey b. about 1854, d. 1914
MotherMinnie Everetta Palmer b. September 9, 1862, d. March 29, 1949
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(Child) BirthIrma Darling Newey was born on September 2, 1888 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
1900 US CensusShe was listed as 11 years old and as the daughter of William and Minnie Everetta Newey on the 1900 Federal Census at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, and with Vesta Leila Newey, Eva Shepard Newey and Josephine M. Van Valen
DiaryDiary entry of Irma Darling Newey on September 2, 1904, her 16th birthday.
1910 US CensusShe, listed as 21 years old, appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY in the household of her parents, William and Minnie Everetta Newey, and with Vesta Leila Newey, Eva Shepard Newey and Alida Marion Newey
(Bride) Marriage At age 25, Irma married James A. Nelson Jr. on April 13, 1914 at Brooklyn, Kings County, NY..  
DivorceShe and James A. Nelson Jr. were divorced before 1920. 
OccupationIrma was an Assistant Principal at a Brooklyn High School. 
(Deceased) DeathIrma died on December 25, 1949 at NY, at age 61.  
(Interred) BurialShe was buried after December 25, 1949 at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Patchogue, NY.

Family

James A. Nelson Jr.
Last EditedJune 30, 2018

Julia Ann Newey

b. about 1859, d. March 15, 1919
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
(Child) BirthJulia Ann Newey was born about 1859 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Deceased) DeathJulia died on March 15, 1919 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY.  
Last EditedJune 23, 2018

Mary Augusta Newey

b. January 4, 1852, d. February 14, 1916
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
(Child) BirthMary Augusta Newey was born on January 4, 1852 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Deceased) DeathMary died on February 14, 1916 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, at age 64.  
Last EditedJune 23, 2018

Mary Virginia Newey

b. August 11, 1895, d. October 10, 1896
FatherWilliam Shepard Newey b. about 1854, d. 1914
MotherMinnie Everetta Palmer b. September 9, 1862, d. March 29, 1949
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(Child) BirthMary Virginia Newey was born on August 11, 1895 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Deceased) DeathMary died on October 10, 1896 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, at age 1.  
(Interred) BurialShe was buried after October 10, 1896 at Oaklawn Cemetery, Brookhaven, NY.
Note
There are several conflicting date of death records for Mary Virginia and Charles Elmer Newey. The New York Death Index and at least one family register list the 1896 dates while the gravestone lists 1894.
 
Last EditedJune 24, 2018

Samuel Newey

(Groom) MarriageSamuel married Julia Darling before 1823 at Suffolk County, NY..  
(Son) BirthA son, Charles, was born in 1823 at Coram, Suffolk County, NY. 

Family

Julia Darling
Child
Last EditedJune 13, 2012

Samuel Wallace Newey

b. November 2, 1865, d. November 30, 1949
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
(Child) BirthSamuel Wallace Newey was born on November 2, 1865 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Groom) Marriage At age 22, Samuel married Lillian May Lamb, 16 on June 17, 1888..  
Anecdote
Samuel was a boat builder operating the Brookhaven Boatyard.

"Captain Samuel Newey, who turned out boats of all description from his shipyard near the end of Beaver Dam Road. He started to build boats in 1900. Having sold to the Vacuum Oil Company a 65-foot freighter he had built for himself, he subsequently built fourteen tankers which went to India and Africa. He built sloops, yachts, yawls; boats for ferrymen, boats for the oil trade, commercial draggers equipped with heavy booms and hoisting gear, and little sailboats for the younger generation who wanted to race.

"In 1924 alone, 54 boats were built in Captain Newey's yard, many of these being of the Shore Bird class for the Westhampton Beach Yacht Squadron. He built the 87-foot Ocean Beach ferry in the 1920's and the same year, the 70-foot Howard E. Harrin, a party fishing boat. He drew no plans, nor made half models in scale, as Gil Smith did, but just went ahead and built; he always was of the opinion that, "anyway, no one could see both sides of the boat at once."
(Spouse) Death On October 10, 1949 his wife, Lillian, died at Brookhaven, NY, at age 77. 
(Deceased) DeathSamuel died on November 30, 1949 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, at age 84.  
(Interred) BurialHe was buried after November 30, 1949 at Oaklawn Cemetery, Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY.

Family

Lillian May Lamb b. February 22, 1872, d. October 10, 1949
Last EditedJune 23, 2018

Sarah Jane Newey

b. June 1, 1848, d. December 9, 1932
Sarah Jane (nee Newey) Petty
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
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(Child) BirthSarah Jane Newey was born on June 1, 1848 at MD. 
(Bride) Marriage At age 21, Sarah married David Oliver Petty, 21, son of David Petty and Hannah Havens, on February 6, 1870..  
ResidenceShe and David Oliver Petty lived on June 28, 1870 at Brooklyn, Kings County, NY. She lived next door to her husband's Aunt Sarah Davis.. David and Sarah are listed in the census as Oliver and Jane Petty. David was a Clerk in a Store. 
(Son) BirthA son, Oliver, was born on December 24, 1870 at Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Millicent, was born on November 3, 1872 at Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Ada, was born about 1875 at Suffolk County, NY. 
(Son) BirthA son, Frederick, was born on December 7, 1876 at Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Lillie, was born on December 6, 1878 at Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY. 
ResidenceShe and David Oliver Petty lived on June 15, 1880 at Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, NY. Also living with them was Oliver Walestine Petty, Millicent B. Petty, Ada R. Petty, Frederick M. Petty and Lillie Janet Petty. David was a Retail Merchant and Charles Newey, 21, was a Clerk in the Store. 
(Son) DeathFrederick died on March 17, 1886, at age 9. 
(Son) BirthA son, Arthur, was born on November 27, 1887 at Shelter Island, Suffolk County, NY. 
ResidenceShe and David Oliver Petty lived on June 6, 1900 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. Also living with them was Millicent B. Petty and Arthur Eldredge Petty. David was a Grocer and was also the Enumerator of this census record and Millicent was a Stenographer. 
(Spouse) Death On August 17, 1907 her husband, David, died at Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, NY, at age 58. 
1910 US CensusSarah, listed as 61 years old, appeared as the head of household on the 1910 Federal Census of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, on Main Street, recorded April 25, 1910. Sarah Jane is listed as a Storekeeper and as Widowed. 
1920 US Census Recorded on January 2, 1920, Sarah, listed as 71 years old, appeared on the 1920 Federal Census as the head of household. She lived at Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, NY. Sarah was a Retail Merchant in her own Dry Goods Store. James, 22, and Daniel, 26, Downs are listed as Lodgers. 
(Son) DeathOliver died on January 27, 1920 at Brooklyn, NY, at age 49. 
1930 US CensusSarah appeared as the head of household on the 1930 Federal Census of Port Jefferson, Suffolk County, NY, on Main Street, recorded April 8, 1930. Sarah is listed as the Proprietor of her own Candy Store. 
(Deceased) DeathSarah died on December 9, 1932 at Port Jefferson, NY, at age 84.  
(Interred) BurialShe was buried after December 9, 1932 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Port Jefferson, NY.
 
WillShe left a will as follows:
The will of Sarah J. Petty of Port Jefferson, disposing of more than $11,300, gives Millicent Henne, Ada R. Barnes and Lillian L’Hommedieu, daughters, the business property owned by testatrix at Port Jefferson; Millicent P. Colton, Jane and Dorothy Petty, granddaughters, each $1; residuary estate to the above named daughters and Arthur E. Petty, son.
 

Family

David Oliver Petty b. December 25, 1848, d. August 17, 1907
Children
Last EditedJune 23, 2018

Vesta Leila Newey

b. November 11, 1889, d. December 16, 1974
Vesta Newey
FatherWilliam Shepard Newey b. about 1854, d. 1914
MotherMinnie Everetta Palmer b. September 9, 1862, d. March 29, 1949
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(Child) BirthVesta Leila Newey was born on November 11, 1889 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
1900 US CensusShe was listed as 10 years old and as the daughter of William and Minnie Everetta Newey on the 1900 Federal Census at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, and with Irma Darling Newey, Eva Shepard Newey and Josephine M. Van Valen
1910 US CensusShe, listed as 20 years old, appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY in the household of her parents, William and Minnie Everetta Newey, and with Irma Darling Newey, Eva Shepard Newey and Alida Marion Newey
(First) Marriage At age 20, Vesta's first marriage was to Jacob Bradt, 22 on October 22, 1910 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY..  
(Son) BirthA son, Shepard, was born on January 24, 1912 at NY. 
1915 NY CensusOn the 1915 New York State Census, recorded as of June 1st, Vesta Leila Bradt, listed as 24 years old, appeared with her husband Jacob Bradt, 27 years old, living at Brookhaven, NY, on Newey Lane. Their son Shepard, 3, was listed as living with them. They lived near Vesta's sister, Eva.. 
1920 US Census Recorded on January 13, 1920, Vesta Leila Bradt, listed as 30 years old, appeared on the 1920 Federal Census with her husband Jacob Bradt, 32 years old, and the head of household. They lived at 1 Terry Court, Patchgue, Suffolk County, NY. Their son Shepard, 8, was listed as living with them. Vesta's mother, Minnie Everetta Newey, listed as58X years old and widowed, also lived with them. 
1940 US Census Living at 26 Silver Street, Vesta was listed on the 1940 Federal Census with her husband Jacob Bradt in Patchgue, NY, recorded on April 24, 1940. Vesta was listed as 51 years old and her husband, Jacob Bradt as 59 years old. Also living with them was Vesta's mother, Minnie Everetta Newey, listed as 77 years old.. 
(Spouse) Death On September 27, 1950 her husband, Jacob, died at Patchogue, NY, at age 62. 
(Second) Marriage At age 67, Vesta's second marriage was to Kenneth Wilbur Holmes on July 11, 1957.  
(Spouse) Death On September 7, 1973 her husband, Kenneth, died. 
(Deceased) DeathVesta died on December 16, 1974 at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, Patchogue, NY, at age 85.  
(Interred) BurialShe was buried on December 18, 1974 at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Patchogue, NY.

Family 1

Jacob Bradt b. March 4, 1888, d. September 27, 1950
Child

Family 2

Kenneth Wilbur Holmes b. 1893, d. September 7, 1973
Last EditedJune 30, 2018

William Shepard Newey

b. about 1854, d. 1914
FatherCharles Shepherd Newey b. 1823
MotherMay Darling b. about 1824
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(Child) BirthWilliam Shepard Newey was born about 1854 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(First) MarriageWilliam's first marriage was to Olive Jane Wicks, daughter of Samuel Carman Wicks and Lucretia Ophelia Terrell, on May 14, 1882 at Blue Point, Suffolk County, NY..  
(Son) BirthA son, Clarence, was born on July 13, 1883. 
(Second) MarriageWilliam's second marriage was to Minnie Everetta Van Valen, 24, daughter of William Polhemus Palmer and Sarah Jane Wintress, on September 1, 1887 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY.  
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Irma, was born on September 2, 1888 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Vesta, was born on November 11, 1889 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Eva, was born on January 11, 1892 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Son) BirthA son, Charles, was born on April 16, 1894 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Mary, was born on August 11, 1895 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
(Son) DeathCharles died on October 9, 1896 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, at age 2. 
(Daughter) DeathMary died on October 10, 1896 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, at age 1. 
1900 US Census Recorded on June 7, 1900, William, listed as 42 years old, appeared on the 1900 Federal Census as the head of household with his wife Minnie, 36 years old. They lived at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. Their children, Irma, 11, Vesta, 10, and Eva Shepard Newey, 8, were listed as living with them. Also living with them was William's step daughter, Josephine M. Van Valen, listed as 19 years old.They lived next to William's brothers, Samuel and Charles, and their families.. William was a Bayman.. 
(Daughter) BirthA daughter, Alida, was born on September 4, 1901 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY. 
1910 US CensusWilliam, listed as 56 years old, appeared as the head of household with his wife Minnie, 49 years old, on the 1910 Federal Census of Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY, on Brookhaven Avenue, recorded June 1, 1910. Their children, Irma, 21, Vesta, 20, Eva, 18, and Alida Marion Newey, 8, were listed as living with them. William was a Life Saver. 
(Deceased) DeathWilliam died in 1914 at Brookhaven, Suffolk County, NY.  
(Interred) BurialHe was buried after 1914 at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Patchogue, NY.

Family 1

Olive Jane Wicks b. 1862, d. September 2, 1945
Child

Family 2

Minnie Everetta Palmer b. September 9, 1862, d. March 29, 1949
Children
Last EditedJuly 7, 2018