Maria Mackglew

(28 May 1804 - 16 January 1838)
     Maria Mackglew was born on 28 May 1804 in Bishopsgate Street Without, London, St Botolph, Bishopsgate, England. Her birth was registered at Dr William's Library. She was the daughter of Robert Mackglew and Anna Maria Sleight.
     Maria Mackglew married John Rich, son of John Rich and Mary Keen, on 4 April 1829 in St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey, Surrey, England. John Rich of this parish, bachelor & Maria Mackglew of this parish, spinster, were married in this church by banns this fourth day of April 1829 by me J E Gibson, Rector. Both signed, in the presence of Robert Turner Jones & Martha ... [not Abbott].
     Maria Mackglew and John Rich arrived per "Warrior" on 28 July 1833 at Sydney. Maria Rich 26 with her husband 'Charles' aged 32 , clerk and son Charles aged 3. This may be her brother in law Charles, but more likely her husband John. The ship departed London 18 March via Hobart Town. In the Tasmanian record of this voyage arriving at Hobart 26 July, the steerage passengers lists John Rich at the top of the page and Maria Rich at the foot, no ages nor mention of son Charles.
     Maria died on 16 January 1838 in Hunter Street, Sydney, New South Wales, aged 33. On the 11th instant, after a lingering illness, in the thirty third year of her age, Maria, the wife of Mr Rich of Hunter St. She was buried on 17 January 1838 in Devonshire St cemetery, from St Philip's, Sydney. Maria Rich died 16th January 1838 aged 33 years, also Martha Abbot, wife of Alexander Abbot and sister of the above, died 17 Dec 1839 aged 31.

Child of Maria Mackglew and John Rich

Marie Louise Martha Mackglew

(before 30 March 1845 - )
     Marie Louise Martha Mackglew was born before 30 March 1845 in London, Bloomsbury RD. She was the daughter of Ebenezer Mackglew and Marie Louise Bevis. Marie Louise Martha Mackglew emigrated with Ebenezer Mackglew and Marie Louise Bevis in 1852 to USA.
     Marie Louise Martha Mackglew married Benjamin Joseph Pett on 9 May 1869 in Manhattan, New York, New York, USA.

Martha Mackglew

(19 March 1808 - 17 December 1839)
     Martha Mackglew was born on 19 March 1808 in Pavement, Moorfields, London, St Stephen Coleman St. Her birth was registered at Dr Williams Library (the Protestant Dissenters' Registry). She was the daughter of Robert Mackglew and Anna Maria Sleight. Martha Mackglew and Robert Mackglew witnessed John Wood and Cynthia Mackglew's wedding on 19 March 1829 in St Botolph, Aldgate, London.
     Martha Mackglew arrived per "Lang" on 17 August 1832 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Miss Mackglew arrived Hobart from London per Lang 16 Aug 1832. Also on board was Alexander Abbott as part of the crew of 21. Other passengers were two Miss Burts and Master Burt. The Ships carpenter was Richard Burt. The Chief Officer's wife was also aboard. Listed in the Hobart Town Courier Friday 24 Aug 1832 as Miss Mackglaid.
     Martha Mackglew travelled to Sydney, New South Wales, on 13 April 1834. Miss Martha Mackglew arrived Port Jackson per schooner Currency Lass, 13 April 1834 from Hobart Town having departed 5th. A Peter Paul, mariner, was a steerage passenger.
     Martha Mackglew married Alexander Abbott on 11 October 1836 in St Andrew's Scot's church, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. They were both single of this parish. Cynthia Haswell & Frederick C Haswell were witnesses.
     Martha died on 17 December 1839 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, aged 31. She was buried in Devonshire St cemetery, Sydney. Her remains were removed to Bunerong cemetery.

Children of Martha Mackglew and Alexander Abbott

Martha Mackglew

(before March 1837 - )
     Martha Mackglew was born before March 1837 in Clapham, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson.
     Martha Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson in Clapham Rise, Clapham, Surrey. Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, John, Lydia and Alfred were listed as the children of Robert Mackglew in the 1851 census in 7 Bedford Row, Clapham, Surrey.
     Martha Mackglew married Edmund John Thomas Judge Mourilyan on 14 February 1863 in St James, Clerkenwell, London.

Martha Mackglew

(4 May 1842 - 29 August 1914)
     Martha Mackglew was born on 4 May 1842 in Bloomsbury, London, Shoreditch RD. She was the daughter of William John Mackglew and Eliza Whitbread. Eliza, Frederick, Louisa, Alfred, Josiah and Martha were listed as the children of William John Mackglew in the 1851 census in 41 Ely Place, St Leonard Shoreditch, Tower Hamlets, Middlesex.
     Martha Mackglew married Thomas Christopher Featherstone on 30 September 1860 in St James, Shoreditch, London.
     Martha Mackglew and Thomas Christopher Featherstone arrived on 12 June 1870 at Ontario, Canada.
     Colleen Dick wrote: They later adopted a son also named Robert in the late 1880's or possible 1890ish. It is my understanding that this Robert was in fact a direct relative of theirs but I don't have any other info on that.
     Martha died Martha Eliza Mackglew born 4 May 1846 Hoxton, Shoreditch died 25 Aug 1914 at 90 Keith Street, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
1851 census: ‘Martha McGlen’ daughter aged 9 at 41 Ely Place, St Leonards, Shoreditch, Farringdon EC1.
m. 30 September 1860 St James Church, Curtain Road, Shoreditch EC2.
married Thomas Christopher Featherstone b. 4 Aug 1841 St Lukes, d.5 December 1830 Hamilton, Ontario.

on 29 August 1914 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, aged 72.

Children of Martha Mackglew and Thomas Christopher Featherstone

Martha Mackglew

(circa 1799 - )
     Martha Mackglew was born circa 1799. She was buried on 26 June 1801 in St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London.

Mary Mackglew

(10 July 1799 - )
     Mary Mackglew was christened on 10 July 1799 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey. An Ann & Mary McGlew were buried in St Olave in 1803, and a Henry in 1812. She was the daughter of Daniel Mackglew and Ann Taylor.

Mary Mackglew

(30 September 1762 - before 13 June 1786)
      Mary Mackglew was also known as Maria in records. She was born on 30 September 1762 in Holborn. She was the daughter of James Mackglew and Elizabeth Driver. Mary Mackglew was christened on 17 October 1762 in St Lincoln Inn Fields RC church, Holborn, London.
     Mary died before 13 June 1786 in Holborn. See coroner's report. She was pregnant. She was buried on 13 June 1786 in St James, Clerkenwell, London. Mary McGlew, aged 23, of High Holborn. A coroner's inquest was held regarding her death in June 1786. Elizabeth, the wife of James McGlue, labourer of Smithfield gave evidence into the death of her daughter Mary McGlue.

Mary Mackglew

(before March 1835 - )
     Mary Mackglew was born before March 1835 in Clapham, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson.
     Mary Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson in Clapham Rise, Clapham, Surrey. Elizabeth, Mary, Martha, John, Lydia and Alfred were listed as the children of Robert Mackglew in the 1851 census in 7 Bedford Row, Clapham, Surrey.
     Mary Mackglew married John Bryce or Alfred Wilkinson or Collett before 1 October 1855 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.

Mary Mackglew

(circa 1790 - before 22 September 1844)
      Mary Mackglew was also known as Macklew in records. She was born circa 1790.
     Mary died before 22 September 1844 in London. She was buried on 22 September 1844 in St Andrew Hubbard, London.

Mary Ann Mackglew

(8 January 1789 - )
     Mary Ann Mackglew was born on 8 January 1789 in London. She was the daughter of James Mackglew and Elizabeth Unknown (Mackglew). Mary Ann Mackglew was christened on 8 February 1789 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London.

Mary Ann Mackglew

(circa 1760 - April 1802)
      Mary Ann Mackglew was also known as McGlu in records. She was born circa 1760.
     Mary died in April 1802 in Shoreditch, Middlesex. She was buried on 12 April 1802 in St James, Clerkenwell, London. Mary Ann McGlu, aged 42, of Shoreditch.

Michael Mackglew

      A Michael Mackglew was a steward on the "Bernicia" arriving Sydney 20 July 1855 fron London via Mauritius.

Patrick Mackglew

(circa 1712 - before 19 April 1762)
     Patrick Mackglew was born circa 1712. Patrick was a cordwainer.
     Patrick Mackglew married Mary Macklane on 5 October 1741 in London. Patrick Macglew, of St Ann Westminster, cordwainer & ... and Mary MackLane of St Luke's Mdx, spinster.
     Patrick Mackglew lived at Long Alley, Moorfields, London, 1761.
     Patrick died before 19 April 1762 in London. He was buried on 19 April 1762 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London. Patrick MacGlew, London Hospital, aged 50.

Children of Patrick Mackglew and Mary Macklane

Paul Mackglew

(11 June 1797 - )
     Paul Mackglew was christened on 11 June 1797 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey. He was the son of Daniel Mackglew and Ann Taylor.

Richard Mackglew

(4 September 1821 - 10 July 1881)
     Richard Mackglew was born on 4 September 1821 in Golden Lane, London, St Giles Cripplegate. He was the son of Daniel Mackglew and Martha Smith. Richard Mackglew was christened on 30 September 1821 in St Giles, Cripplegate. Richard, son of Daniel Mackglind, of Golden Lane, hatter, & Martha, born 4 September 1821.
Richard Mackglew was apprenticed on 1 February 1834 in London. On 1 Feb 1834, Richard Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew, late of Crown Court, Golden Lane, in the City of London, hatter, was apprenticed ot William Smith? citizen and draper of London for 7 years ... parish of St Giles Cripplegate. Signed Richard Mackglew.
     Richard Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in Crown Court, Cripplegate, London. Richard McGlew, 15, turner, born in the county. He was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 22 December 1845. He was admitted to the Drapers Company by apprenticeship.
     Richard Mackglew married Jane Freestone on 4 June 1846 in St Bride, Fleet St, London.
     Richard Mackglew and Jane Freestone were recorded on the 1851 census in 4 Bath Place, Finsbury, London.
     Richard Mackglew and Jane Freestone appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Brixton? St, St Leonard Shoreditch, London, Middlesex. Richard McGlew aged 39, head wood turner, born Cripplegate, Middlesex with his wife Jane aged 39, born Tolworth, Surrey and nephew Alfred Richard Jenkins aged 4, born Shoreditch and Mary Farraday aged 47, a lodger and laundress.
     Richard Mackglew and Jane Freestone appeared on the 1871 census in 46 Ashburton Grove, Islington. Richard Mackglew head aged 49, medical turner?, born Cripplegate with his wife Jane aged 48, born Polworth, Surrey and Alfred Jenkins, a vistor aged 14, scholar, born Shoreditch.
     Richard Mackglew and Jane Freestone appeared on the 1881 census in 46 Ashburton Grove, Islington, London. Richard Macglew, head, aged 59, turner (artz), born Cripplegate, Middlesex with his wife Jane aged 57, born Polwarth, Surrey, and niece Jane Jenkins aged 29, born St Lukes Middlesex, feather curler and a visitor Harriet Newton, aged 30, born St Lukes, Middlesex, feather curler.
     Richard died on 10 July 1881 in 46 Ashburton Grove, Holloway, Islington RD, aged 59.
     His will was proved on 5 January 1882 in the Principal Probate Registry, London. Late of 46 Ashburton Grove, Hornsey Rd, Holloway.

Richard James Mackglew

(24 April 1801 - )
     Richard James Mackglew was born on 24 April 1801 in St Saviour, Southwark, Surrey. He was the son of Daniel Mackglew and Ann Taylor. Richard James Mackglew was christened on 27 May 1801 in St Saviour, Southwark.

Robert Mackglew

(18 November 1774 - 11 July 1836)
     Robert Mackglew was born on 18 November 1774 in London. He was the son of Daniel Mackglew and Jane Pearson. Robert Mackglew was christened on 8 January 1775 in St Giles, Cripplegate, London.
     Robert Mackglew was a witness for the prosecution on 28 August 1795 in London. Mary Clarke was again indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 28th of August, eight yards of printed cotton, value 14s. the goods of Robert Macglew. Robert was a linen-draper between 1796 and 1798, 17 Bishopsgate Without, London..
     Robert Mackglew and Sarah Smith obtained a marriage licence on 30 April 1796 in London.
     Robert Mackglew married Sarah Smith on 5 May 1796 in St Michael, Cornhill, London. Married by licence. He was a bachelor of St Botolph Bishopsgate. On 22 May 1796 Robert aged 21 and Sarah Smith became the parents of Sarah Mackglew in London. The birth was registered at the Protestant Dissenters Registry. Robert Mackglew was widowed before 31 October 1797 on the death of his wife Sarah Smith.
     Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wren obtained a marriage licence on 30 March 1798 in London.
     Robert Mackglew married secondly Elizabeth Wren on 31 March 1798 in St Botolph, Bishopsgate, London. Robert Mackglew, widower of this parish and Elizabeth Wren of the same spinster, were married by licence. Both signed in the presence of Danl Martin & Martha Wren. Robert Mackglew was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 3 July 1798. Robert Mackglew, son of Daniel Mackglew, citizen and stationer, born 1775, was admitted to the Company of Stationers. He was widowed before 21 June 1801? On the death of his wife Elizabeth Wren.
Robert Mackglew was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 24 April 1802 in London. He is probably the Robert Mackglew, citizen & stationer of London, who took an apprentice Richard John Cottle and paid duty.
     Robert Mackglew and Anna Maria Sleight obtained a marriage licence on 6 May 1802 in London. Robert Mackglew of the parish of St Botolph Bishopsgate, London, widower intendeth to marry Ann Maria Slight of Alford, in the county of Lincoln, aged upwards of twenty one years, spinster ... a licence to solemnize the same in the parish of St Botolph Bishopsgate aforesaid. Signed Robt Mackglew.
     Robert Mackglew married thirdly Anna Maria Sleight on 6 May 1802 in London. Robert Mackglew, widower & Ann Maria Slight, single, of Alford, co. Lincoln, by licence, both signed , witnessed by Thomas & Mary Cross.
     A fire was reported at the premises of Mr Mackglew, linen draper in the City-road, which entirely consumed the same along with the stock in trade.
     Robert Mackglew was a witness for the prosecution on 17 February 1808. Robert Macklew stated in the case against Daniel Walker: I am a linen draper , I live on the Pavement, Moorfields . On the 26th of January, about five o'clock, a neighbour of ours brought in the prisoner, saying this is he, I saw him come from the other end of the road; I suspected something was gone. I went and looked at the door, I saw a piece of printed cotton was gone; I had seen it not a minute before.
     Robert Mackglew lived at 4 City Rd, Finsbury, London, 25 August 1809. Robert was a witness for the prosecution on 20 September 1809 in Old Bailey Sessions, London. Sarah Ennever, alias Morris, was indicted for feloniously forging on the 25th of August, a promissory note for the payment of 2 l. with intention to defraud Robert Mackglew.
Second count, for uttering and publishing as true a like forged note, she knowing it to be forged, with the same intention.
Third count, for feloniously offering a like forged promissory note with intention to defraud Robert Mackglew, she knowing it to be forged and counterfeited.
William Cullen: I live at No. 4, City-road, Finsbury; with Robert Mackglew, a linen-draper. On the 25th of August last, between the hours of eleven and twelve, the prisoner came to our shop alone, she asked for some calico, she wished them to be remnants, as she lived with a lady that was a benevolent person, she purchased them for the purpose of giving them away to poor people, she did not say who that person was. I sold her two remnants for five shillings, she produced a two pound note. I perceived it to be of Westham, Essex bank; I gave it to John Spring, who has the management of the concern, No. 4, in the City-road; he told the prisoner that we did not take country notes, but if she would wait he would send to a friend of his, meaning to Mr. Mackglew, at his other shop, Pavement, Moorfields, or to the Banking-house where it was made payable; she consented to it, and stopped; he sent Martha Spring, his little girl, to Mr Mackglew; Martha Spring came back with Mr Mackglew, he presented the note to the prisoner and asked her if it was her's; she said it was. I went to Worship-street office and brought Mr. Ray, the officer, with me; he searched the prisoner and found no other notes upon her.
Q. Was any thing said in the prisoner's presence whether any body had doubted it before - A. The prisoner said to me that she had endeavoured to negotiate it in the neighbourhood; the person objected to it, being a country note. That was after I had shewed it to Mr. Spring.
Q. Then it was while Mr. Spring had the note, was it - A. Yes.
Mr. Knapp. So this person came to your shop to utter a forged note and told you that it had been objected to before - A. She told me that she had offered it to a neighbour, and they objected to it because it was a country note.
Q. Then you did not like the note, you sent it out by Martha Spring, and desired the prisoner to wait - A. Yes; she waited twenty minutes in the shop.
Robert Mackglew: I have two shops; the note was brought to me at my house on the Pavement, Moorfields; I went back and saw the prisoner; I addressed her, and said is this the lady that owns the note; she said yes; I asked her where she had got it; she said she had taken it from a lodger of the name of Ipsditch, a shoemaker; and she lived in Old Bethlem, I think she said No. 9. I asked her if she knew whether it was a good note; she said she believed it was. I saw it was directed to Postlewaite, London; I asked her where that Postlewaite resided; she seemed to hesitate; in a little time she said she believed in Tooley-street. There was Westham, Essex, upon the note. On further questioning of her she said she believed the banking house was a large shop. I saw it was a new note, the writing was fresh; It was dated in January.
John Ray: I am an officer of Worship-street office. I took the prisoner into custody. This note was delivered to me; I have had it ever since. I went down to Westham to see whether there was any such firm of Davey, Brathwaite, and co; there was not. I made enquiries in Tooley-street, there I found in Church-alley a person of the name of Postlewaite. I enquired at No. 9, Old Bethlem, the prisoner did live there.
The prisoner was not put on her defence. Not guilty
. Robert was a witness for the prosecution on 20 September 1809. Robert Mackglew was the victim in the trial of Sarah Ennever for forgery. He was listed in a directory dated between 1811 and 1815 as Robert Mackglew, linen-draper at 19 Pavement, Finsbury, London.
     Robert Mackglew was a witness for the prosecution on 27 October 1813. Robert Mackglew was a witness in the case against Joseph Levy for uttering forged coin (a pugado) to him.
     In John Valentine Mackglew's will dated 26 August 1814 in Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, Robert Mackglew was named as executor of the estate. Harriett Grant and Robert Mackglew was an executor of John Valentine Mackglew's estate on 23 September 1814 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     He was mentioned as Mr Mackglew, linen-draper of no. 11 Pavement, Moorfields in The Times 3 March 1819 for inquiries about furnished apartments to let; and again on 28 Sep 1819 for a house in the country as Mr Mackglew, 19? Pavement, Moorfields.
     In the Police column of the Times 14 Sep 1820, a column headed: Mansion House - Uttering forged notes - A decent looking female, far advanced in pregnancy, with at infant at her breast and another child at her side, was brought up at this office, and underwent an examination on a charge of having uttered a forged bank-note at the shop of Mr Macglew, linendraper. This was the second person, within a week, who was brought before the Magistrate by Mr Macglew, charged with having uttered a forged bank-note.
V Cross, the shopman of Mr Macglew, stated that the prisoner went into their shop on Friday evening last, and bought drapery to the amount of 16s; in payment she tendered a £1 note, which the witness instantly perceived to be a forgery. The prisoner gave her name and address, James, No. 13, Windsor Terrace, City-road; but on its being intimated to her that an officer would be sent with her to ascertain whether her statement was true, she showed a disposition to make her escape, which was prevented, She afterwards confessed that it was not her address that she had given, and said she had ...
. Robert Mackglew was listed in a directory dated between 1828 and 1829 as Rt Mackglew, linen-draper at Commercial Place, City Rd, London. He and Martha Mackglew witnessed John Wood and Cynthia Mackglew's wedding on 19 March 1829 in St Botolph, Aldgate, London. Robert Mackglew was listed in a directory dated 1832 as Robt McGlew, merchant at 17 Finsbury Circus, London.
     Robert died on 11 July 1836 in Morden College, Surrey, aged 61. Died - On the 11th July last, at Morden College, Mr Robert Mackglew, aged 63.

Child of Robert Mackglew and Sarah Smith

Child of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wren

Children of Robert Mackglew and Anna Maria Sleight

Robert Mackglew

(19 July 1800 - before 3 March 1856)
      Robert Mackglew was also known as McGlew in records. He may have also been born 16 July 1799 Ware, Hertfordshire. He was born on 19 July 1800 in Bishopsgate Street Without, London, St Botolph, Bishopsgate, England. This birth was registered at Dr Williams Library:- These are to certify that Robert Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew & Elizabeth his wife, was daughter of Thomas Wren, was born in Bishopgates Street without in the parish of St Botolph's Bishopsgate in the city of London on the 19th July 1800 at whose birth we were present: Ann Cripps (x), Witness .... Crosss ... Tho Robinson. Registered at Dr Wiliam's Library, Redcross St, near Cripplegate, London, May 25 1815. Tho. Morgan, registrar. He was the son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wren. Robert Mackglew was christened on 8 January 1808 in Ware. He was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 2 December 1823. Robert Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew, citizen & stationer of London, by patrimony.
     Robert Mackglew and Maria Pinder obtained a marriage licence on 3 August 1826 in London.
     Robert Mackglew married Maria Pinder on 5 August 1826 in St Luke Old Street, Finsbury, London. Robert Mackglew was widowed before 16 December 1829 on the death of his wife Maria Pinder.
     Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson obtained a marriage licence on 18 June 1831 in London.
     Robert Mackglew married secondly Elizabeth Wilkinson on 22 June 1831 in St Stephen, Coleman St, London. Robert McGlew of this parish, widower & Elizabeth Wilkinson spinster, a minor. The witnesses were James & Margaret Wilkinson & Mary, George & Fred Wilkinson. Robert Mackglew was listed in a directory dated 1838 as McGlew & Barker, wool broker at 77 Basinghall Street, London. He was listed in a directory dated 1840 as Robert McGlew, wool broker at London.
     Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson appeared on the 1841 census in Clapham Rise, Clapham, Surrey. Robert McGlew, 40, wool broker, Elizabeth 28, neither born in the county; Elizabeth 9, Mary McGlue 7, Robert 6, Martha 5, James 3, Cornelius 2, John 1 month, all born in the county.
     Robert Mackglew was recorded on the 1851 census in 7 Bedford Row, Clapham, Surrey. He was a wool-broker aged 50, born at Bishopsgate, London, widower with his children, Elizabeth 18, Mary 17, Martha 14, John 9, Lydia 7, Alfred J 2, all born at Clapham, and Frances Roberts, unmarried visitor, aged 73, annuitant. born London. There was also an Ann Edwards? visitor, unmarried aged 31, cook and two other servants.
     On 11 Nov 1852 Robert McGlew & Benj. Oldham dissolved their partnership as wool-brokers of 77 Basinghall Street, London by mutual consent. The company appears to have continued in his name. In 1924 R McGlew & Co., was again dissolved by DG Boyd Sime & J B Newman.
     Notices to Messrs. R. McGlew & Co. of changes of partnership of London wool brokers. Wool Books ref. D2794/6 - date: 1855-1856
Wool book, Messrs. Lacey & Newman. Gives names of supplier of mainly German wool, chiefly Messrs. R McGlew & Co. for C Dresser, Liebreich Brothers & Co, D Lippert, and R V Swaine & Co; names of clothiers purchasing the wool; numbers of bales, with wool marks; price per lb. and terms for payment; total cost
ref. D2794/11 - date: 1960-1963
Wool book, Newman McGlew & Co.
ref. D2794/12-16 - date: 1933-35, 1937-38, 1938-39, 1939-46, 1960-63
[Administrative History] After 1930 Newmans began selling to Yorkshire mills and Yorkshire sales became much bigger than West Country after 1945. Between 1932 and 1939 Newman McGlew & Co. sold considerable quantities to London wool brokers. See notes of R. M. Newman in D2794/10: Wool books, Newman McGlew & Co.
ref. D2794/17 - date: 1836, 1856-1871: Includes account of R. Lacey with McGlew & Barker, 1836; accounts of commission owed by R. McGlew & Co. to T. M. Newman, giving names of sellers and buyers, brief particulars of London and Yorkshire wool sales
ref. D2794/18 - date: 1838: Invoices of Spanish stripe cloths to McGlew & Barker shipped to Canton, China
ref. D2794/21 - date: 1933-1934:
Summary of business transacted by Newman McGlew & Co.
     Robert died The Morning chronicle on 5 March 1856 reported: Robert McGlew, Esq., of Clapham Rise and 77 Basinghall streeet, in the 56th year of his age before 3 March 1856 in Clapham, Surrey. He was buried on 3 March 1856 in Norwood Cemetery, Lambeth, Surrey. Robert McGlew, of Clapham Rise, aged 55.

Children of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson

Robert Mackglew

(7 January 1835 - )
      Robert Mackglew was also known as MacGlew in records. He was born on 7 January 1835 in Clapham, Surrey. He was the son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson.
     Robert Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson in Clapham Rise, Clapham, Surrey.
     Notices to Messrs. R. McGlew & Co. of changes of partnership of London wool brokers. Wool Books ref. D2794/6 - date: 1855-1856
Wool book, Messrs. Lacey & Newman. Gives names of supplier of mainly German wool, chiefly Messrs. R McGlew & Co. for C Dresser, Liebreich Brothers & Co, D Lippert, and R V Swaine & Co; names of clothiers purchasing the wool; numbers of bales, with wool marks; price per lb. and terms for payment; total cost
ref. D2794/11 - date: 1960-1963
Wool book, Newman McGlew & Co.
ref. D2794/12-16 - date: 1933-35, 1937-38, 1938-39, 1939-46, 1960-63
[Administrative History] After 1930 Newmans began selling to Yorkshire mills and Yorkshire sales became much bigger than West Country after 1945. Between 1932 and 1939 Newman McGlew & Co. sold considerable quantities to London wool brokers. See notes of R. M. Newman in D2794/10: Wool books, Newman McGlew & Co.
ref. D2794/17 - date: 1836, 1856-1871: Includes account of R. Lacey with McGlew & Barker, 1836; accounts of commission owed by R. McGlew & Co. to T. M. Newman, giving names of sellers and buyers, brief particulars of London and Yorkshire wool sales
ref. D2794/18 - date: 1838: Invoices of Spanish stripe cloths to McGlew & Barker shipped to Canton, China
ref. D2794/21 - date: 1933-1934:
Summary of business transacted by Newman McGlew & Co. Robert Mackglew was christened on 29 October 1857 in All Saints, Stepney, London. Robert, son of Robert McGlew, wood broker, & Elizabeth, born 7 Jan 1835. They were of 13 Oxford Terrace, Gerrard St, Islington.
     Robert Mackglew married Lucy Elizabeth Zouch on 26 September 1863 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, Middlesex. Robert Mackglew was listed as a Freeman of the city of London on 11 January 1870. Robert Mackglew, son of Robert Mackglew, citizen and stationer, born without the Liberty of London, to wit Clapham Rise, born 1775, was admitted to the Ciompany of Stationers by patrimony - his father being admitted 2 Dec 1823, born 1835.
     Robert Mackglew and Lucy Elizabeth Zouch appeared on the 1871 census in Warwick Villa, 32 Shepherd Lane?, Hackney. Robert McGlew, head, aged 36, commercial clerk to Colonial broker, born Clapham, Surrey, with his wife Lucy Elizabeth, aged 30, born Burton/Barton ... Mdx, children Lucy Mary aged 7 born Dalston, Mdx; Kate aged 5 born Dalston; Robert aged 2, born Hackney. Robert Mackglew was listed in a directory dated 1902 as Robert McGlew & Co., wool brokers, 92 & 94 Wool Exchange, Coleman Street EC - T A "Macglew" at 92 & 94 Wool Exchange. Coleman St, London.
     T M Newman of Newmarket, Nailsworth, entered partnership as a wool broker with R. Lacey of Stroud in 1854. Wool bought in London first from German but increasingly from Australian sources was sold to Stroud area and Wiltshire clothiers. He was also an insurance agent. He died in 1906 but his sons and grandsons continued the business until 1963 when Mr R M Newman, the depositor of the records, retired. About 1932 H M Newman entered partnership with R McGlew & Co., one of T M Newman's chief wool brokers in London, and the firm was then named Newman McGlew & Co.
Records of Newman McGlew and Co. wool brokers, T M Newman, insurance agent, King family of Nailsworth and Fenner and Flint, brewers.

Children of Robert Mackglew and Lucy Elizabeth Zouch

Robert Mackglew

(March 1869 - )
     His birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1869 in Hackney, London. Robert Mackglew was the son of Robert Mackglew and Lucy Elizabeth Zouch. Lucy, Kate and Robert were listed as the children of Robert Mackglew in the 1871 census in Warwick Villa, 32 Shepherd Lane?, Hackney.

Robert Mackglew

(circa 1752 - before 22 January 1778)
     Robert Mackglew was born circa 1752. This parentage is only an assumption based on age& area. He was the son of Patrick Mackglew and Mary Macklane.
     Robert died before 22 January 1778 in London. He was buried on 22 January 1778 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London. Robert Mackglew, New St, aged 26.

Robert Hugh Mackglew

(1879 - )
      Robert Hugh Mackglew was also known as MacGlew in records. He was born in 1879 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales. He was the son of Cornelius Stanley Mackglew and Eleanor Ann Davies.
     Robert Hugh Mackglew lived at King Street, Unley Park, South Australia, 1916.
     Robert Hugh Mackglew served in the War between 1916 and 1919. Robert Hugh McGlew. Regimental number 37670. Church of England. Occupation: Accountant. Address: King Street, Unley Park, South Australia. Single. Age at embarkation 36. Next of kin: Father, Cornelius Stanley McGlew, King Street, Unley Park, South Australia. Enlistment Date: 2 October 1916. Rank on enlistment: Gunner. Unit name: Field Artillery Brigade, Reinforcement 30. AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/128/2. Embarkation details: Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A15 Port Sydney on 9 November 1917. Rank from Nominal Roll: Gunner. Fate: Returned to Australia 1 July 1919. Miscellaneous details (Nominal Roll): 8th FAB.
     Robert Hugh Mackglew married Anne Victoria Ward (Ellis) on 18 May 1929 in Residence of the Archbishop, Adelaide, South Australia. He was aged 48 and single, she was a widow aged 48, the daughter of Charles Ward.

Rosaline Mackglew

(26 August 1865 - circa 1916)
     Rosaline Mackglew was born on 26 August 1865 in 14 Mary St, Haggerstone West, Shoreditch, Middlesex. She was the daughter of Alfred Mackglew and Eliza Charlotte Carter. Rosaline and Arthur were listed as the children of Alfred Mackglew in the 1871 census in 133 St Johns Rd, Shoreditch, Middlesex.
     Rosaline Mackglew married George James Boulter on 2 April 1888 in St John the Baptist, Hoxton, London. Her father was Alfred McGlew, house decorator of 8 Dunston Rd, London.
     Rosaline died circa 1916.

Samuel Mackglew

(30 March 1778 - before 1 January 1779)
     Samuel Mackglew was born on 30 March 1778 in Shoreditch, London. Samuel son of Danl & Jane McGlew, of the Workhouse. He was the son of Daniel Mackglew and Jane Pearson. Samuel Mackglew was christened on 3 April 1778 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London.
     Samuel died before 1 January 1779 in Whitechapel. He was buried on 1 January 1779 in St Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, London. Saml Mc Glew, Petticoat Lane, aged 10 months.

Sarah Mackglew

(22 May 1796 - )
     Sarah Mackglew was born on 22 May 1796 in London. The birth was registered at the Protestant Dissenters Registry. She was the daughter of Robert Mackglew and Sarah Smith. Sarah Mackglew was buried. A Sarah Mackglew aged 50, of 6 Douglas Terrace, Deptford, was buried at Nunhead Cemetery, Linden Grove on 22 Dec 1858.

Sarah Ann Mackglew

(28 September 1828 - )
     Sarah Ann Mackglew was born on 28 September 1828 in London. She and her sister claimed St Luke's as their birthplace in 1851 census. She was the daughter of William John Mackglew and Eliza Whitbread. Sarah Ann Mackglew was christened on 19 October 1828 in St Giles, Cripplegate.
     Sarah Ann Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William John Mackglew and Eliza Whitbread in 7 Queens Head Walk, Shoreditch, London.
     Sarah Ann Mackglew married John Myatt on 2 July 1849 in St Philip's church, Bethnal Green, London.
     Sarah Ann Mackglew and John Myatt were recorded on the 1851 census in 13 Gloucester St, Shoreditch, St Leonard. John Myatt 26, shoemaker born Bethnal Green and his wife Sarah Ann aged 22, born St Lukes are living with a daughter Louisa Sarah aged 10 months, born Shoreditch.

Son Mackglew

(between April 1847 and June 1847 - between April 1847 and June 1847)
     Son died between April 1847 and June 1847 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey. He was born between April 1847 and June 1847 in Wandsworth RD Surrey. He was the son of Robert Mackglew and Elizabeth Wilkinson.

Sophia Mackglew

(before January 1791 - before 26 January 1842)
     Sophia Mackglew was born before January 1791 in Middlesex.
     Sophia Mackglew appeared on the 1841 census in Bishopsgate Workhouse, London. Sophia McGlew aged 50, born in the county.
     Sophia died before 26 January 1842 in London. She was buried on 26 January 1842 in St Giles, Cripplegate, London.

Susan Mackglew

     Susan Mackglew married Alfred Poole on 22 December 1889 in St Thomas, Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex.