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1251 William seems to have actively altered his name to Newburn - only 2 children are registered as Mewburn and they all use the Newburn spelling in later life. MEWBURN, William Richardson (I1502)
1252 William signed up for the AIF on the 19th November 1917, joining the Army Veterinary Corps in the Anzac Mounted Division. He was a farmer; gave father George as next of kin with George's address as Koonwarra, Leongatha, Gippsland, Victoria. The medical report described him as 5ft 10 1/2 inches tall; 140 pounds; blue eyes and black hair. CoE.
Private Mewburn was sent to Egypt, arriving at Suez on the Darwin on 7.6.18. He returned from Port Said aboard the Dorset on 29.4.19, having been invalided out. He had been promoted to Driver but reverted to Trooper, being apparently unfit to drive. He was discharged at Melbourne on 26.6.19, the reason being T.P.E (?).
On arrival back his address was 104 Moreland Road, Brunswick East. In November 1922 he applied for a grant under War Services Homes Act. Also arounf that date he recieved the Victory Medal, the British War medal and the 1914/15 Star. By this time he seems to have been working for the Tramway Board.
MEWBURN, William Carlisle (I1293)
1253 William was Curate at Gloxhall, Lincolnshire when he baptised Emma in 1842. He baptised Arthur and Edith on the same day in the parish of Tiverton of Withley Chapple, where they were living at West Bradley. TOMS, Reverend William (I2558)
1254 William's first marriage in 1790 describes him as being a 'gentleman' and 21, i.e. born in 1769. However that could mean 'over 21' and so an earlier birth. The only possible burial record we have from Stockton provides no specific identification but gives an age that equates to a birth in 1758. There is a birth of a William in that year at Stockton to a William and his wife from 1753, Mary Mason. MEWBURN, William (I1127)
1255 With Percy and Cora at Mewburn Rd., Welland in 1945 so guess a daughter MEWBURN, Jean (I2879)
1256 Worked as a goldminer for several years; then as a labourer in the area. MEWBURN, Alfred (I1263)
1257 Worked for Constable & Co., Edinburgh. AITKEN, John (I4464)
1258 Worsall, where George claims to have been born is close to Kirk Levington where a plausible baptism took place. RUTTER, George (I3152)
1259 WW1 medal cards show him having served in the Royal Field Artillery. Sergeant 36755. Address give as Mill Terrace, Carleton, Poulton-le-Fylde. Then Lieutenant and acting Captain. On 01 April 1919 he was Gazetted with the Military Cross. MEABURN, Matthew (I1370)
1260 Source (S246)
1261 Source (S336)
Marriages/Some Gretna Marriages 
Source (S349)
1263 Source (S348)
1264 YoB guessed from 1861 census where age at next birthday is given as 16.
Died in New York of an accidental gun shot wound.
Elected as a member to the St Georges Society of New York (a charitable body) in 1867 [St George's Society of New York (1913) History of St George's Society of New York, from 1770-1913. New York: Federal Printing Company.]
1863 directory for Buffalo, New York lists him as "Mewburn, Arthur, clerk, 220 Main, b. 52 Swan" 
MEWBURN, Arthur (I77)
1265 York was not a place where Mewburns had a dynastic presence - or at least not in a way that can be demonstrated through records.
Four families - three in the 17th century - are all we know of, and there is no demonstratble links between them. Arnold and Francis were comtemporaries in the 1630s and 40s but that is closest we get to a link. 
MEWBURN, York (I4838)

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