|Relationship to me:||Fourth Cousin 4 Times Removed||Gen -4|
|Born||1796 in Scotland (from Geoff Newman's "Family History of Ashburnham Cecil Newman")|
|Died||1867 (from Geoff Newman's "Family History of Ashburnham Cecil Newman")|
|Father:||Richard Newman Toll (Newman)||1752-1829|
|Mother:||Grizel Pardy of Hamilton, Lanarkshire, Scotland )||m. 16 Jun 1777|
|Brothers:||Henry Wenman Toll (Newman)||1788 - 1865|
|Sisters:||Mary m. (1) John Smith (2) William Jack||1778 - ????|
|Anne unmarried||1780 - ????|
|Eliza Anne Newman m. James Sinclair Lockhart of Cambusnethan House, Lanarkshire||1783 - 1816|
|Charlotte||1785 - ????|
|Susan Hamilton Newman||1790 - ????|
|Isabella||1792 - ????|
|Frances||1792 - ????|
|Married:||Elizabeth Barnard Richards||1801 - 1862|
|Children:||Charles||1819 - 1907|
|Charlotte||1821 - 1872|
|Henry||1822 - 1860|
|Elizabeth||c1825 - ????|
|Isabella||c1827 - c1875|
|Richard||1829 - 1839|
|Ashburnham Cecil||1831 - 1901|
|James||c1833 - 1890|
|Archibald||c1834 - c1900|
|William||1835 - ????|
|Frederick||1838 - ????|
|Richard||1840 - 1840|
|Susan||1842 - 1858|
According to Geoff Newman, Ashburnham Cecil Newman was born in Scotland (presumably at his mother's home in Lanackshire) but moved to Thornbury Park (and changed his name to Newman) at the age of six when his father inherited the estate.
Like his brother Henry, Ashburnham Cecil Toll would have had his his name changed to Newman in 1802 when his father inherited Frances Newman's estates, following the death of his uncle Ashburnham Philip Newman.
Ashburnham was regarded as the black sheep of the family because he lived out of wedlock with the mother of his several children. In September 1829 his father died, and in Feb 1830 he was was granted a commission Gloucester militia. In April 1830 he married the lady he had been living with and shortly afterward emigrated to Canada where most of his descendents are now living.
The above information comes from Geoff Newman's "Family History of Ashburnham Cecil Newman".