Thomas Walter Francis Newton (1862 - 22 January 1903) was an architectbased in Birmingham.
He was born in Wiveliscombe, Somerset in 1862 and educated at Taunton Independent College, and was articled to Frank Barlow Osborn and Alfred Reading in Birmingham.
He set up in business by himself and entered into partnership later around 1891 with Alfred Edward Cheatle as his partner.
He married Fanny Jane Wakeman in 1890. He died of pneumonia on 22 January 1903 at Quarry Farm, Northfield, Birmingham.
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