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Samuel DOCKERILL
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  • Birth  1812  Babraham, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Male 
    _UID  2AB0ED61603439459D6FB7B972E7703BBAA6 
    Person ID  I1632  British Roots
    Last Modified  18 Nov 2007 
     
    Father  Richard DOCKERILL,   b. 1783, Stapleford, Cambridgeshire, England Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother  Rebecca UNKNOWN,   b. Abt 1786, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F521  Group Sheet
     
    Family  Sarah ROWLING 
    Children 
     1. Charles DOCKERILL,   b. 1839, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location
     2. Catherine DOCKERILL,   b. 9 Jul 1842, Babraham, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location
     3. Elizabeth DOCKERILL,   b. 1846, Babraham, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. Louisa Jane DOCKERILL,   b. 1849, Babraham, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location
    >5. Cornelius DOCKERILL,   b. 1851, Babraham, Cambridgeshire Find all individuals with events at this location
    Family ID  F523  Group Sheet
     
  • Photos
    St Peter's Church
    St Peter's Church
    St Peter's Church.William Griggs died aged 59 at Newton in New South Wales,Australia and was buried at the nearby cemetery of St Peter's.
    William and his brother James were convicted for sheep stealing in Cambridgeshire and transported for life to Australia. He was second great granduncle to Rosalie and Pat Turner.
    A convict ship arriving at Sydney
    A convict ship arriving at Sydney
    Drawing of the arrival at Sydney in the National
    Library of Australia.

    William and James Griggs travelled together on a convict ship named The Mangles and arrived at Sydney in July 1837. James was father to Hannah Griggs and father-in law to William Turner b 1830.
    Convicts going aboard a prison ship in portsmouth harbour.jpg
    Convicts going aboard a prison ship in portsmouth harbour.jpg
    William and James Griggs were transported for life to Australia and sailed on a prison ship. They were ancestors of Rosalie and Pat Turner.
    Farm Cove,New South Wales,Australia
    Farm Cove,New South Wales,Australia
    Farm Cove to where William Griggs was assigned on arrival at Port Jackson aboard the convict ship The Mangles in July 1837.

    William left a wife and four children behind in England. William was the uncle to Hannah Griggs who married William Turner in 1852. Hannah's father James Griggs was transported on the same ship.
    Map showing Port Jackson,Australia
    Map showing Port Jackson,Australia
    The convict ship carrying James and William Griggs arrived at Port Jackson in July 1847.
    Port Jackson, containing Sydney Harbour, is the natural harbour of Sydney, Australia.
    The Convict Ship the Mangles
    The Convict Ship the Mangles
    The Mangles was the convict ship on which William and James Griggs were transported.It departed from Portsmouth on the 8th March 1837 with 310 male convicts on board. The Master was William Carr and the Ship's surgeon was Fran Logan. Two of the convicts died on the journey but the remaining 308 disembarked at Port Jackson on the 10th July…
    The Parish Church at Ickleton,Cambridgeshire
    The Parish Church at Ickleton,Cambridgeshire
    This is where William 1807 and James 1813 Griggs were christened.They became shepherds and remained in Ickleton until 1836 when they were convicted at the Cambridge Assizes
     

  

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