David Greville, 17511839 (aged 88 years)

Name
David /Greville/
Given names
David
Surname
Greville
Birth about 1751

Immigration July 12, 1806 (aged 55 years)
Citation details: Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 376
Text: David Greville, one of 306 convicts transported on the ship Fortune and ship Alexander, January 1806. Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years. Vessel: Fortune and Alexander. Date of Departure: January 1806. Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
Text: The ship Fortune (1) arrived in the colony 23 Jul 1806
Citation details: Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 6.0, 04 June 2013), April 1805, trial of DAVID GREVILLE (t18050424-53).
Text: DAVID GREVILLE, Theft > grand larceny, 24th April 1805. 272. DAVID GREVILLE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 17th of March, a purse, value 6 d. two half-guineas, and a seven-shilling piece, the property of Thomas Reddington. THOMAS REDDINGTON sworn. - On Sunday, the 17th of March, near one o'clock at noon, I had been to St. Patrick's chapel, at St. Pancras, and just as I was coming out of the chapel, a young lad told me that my pocket was picked, and here, says he, is the man that picked it. Q. What did you lose? - A. Two half-guineas and a seven-shilling piece; Major Bird, my acquaintance, being with me; he was younger and stronger and more athletic than me; the boy shewed him the man; he took hold of him by the collar and seized him; a woman cried out, whoever has lost a purse, I have it; she gave me the purse, and I knew it to be my purse. Cross-examined by Mr. Alley. Q. There were a great concourse of people? - A. There were. Q. It was impossible for you to tell who might have taken your purse or who might not? - A. I did not perceive it. Q. The woman that had got the purse is not here? - A. No. - VAUGHAN sworn. - I live with my brother; he is a shoemaker at Charing-cross: On that day I was standing at the chapel door; I took notice of the transaction; the prisoner was walking quite close to Mr. Reddington; I did not see him exactly put his hand into his pocket, I saw him as he drew the purse out, and snatched it; I said to Mr. Reddington, you have got your pocket picked; I said, that is him; he was trying to make off. (The purse produced.) Prosecutor. I really believe it is my purse. The prisoner left his defence to his Counsel. GUILTY, aged 36. Transported for seven years . Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.
MarriageMary Ann DavisView this family
1810 (aged 59 years)
Text: V1810917 3A/1810 GREVILLE DAVID DAVIES MARY CA (Sydney, St Philips Church of England)
Census 1822 (aged 71 years)
Citation details: p. 200
Text: Greville, David, free by servitude, Fortune, 7 years, schoolmaster, Sydney Greville, William, 16, born in the colony, son of D. Greville, Sydney Davis, Mary, free by servitude, William Pitt, 7 years, wfe of D. Greville, Sydney
Census November 1828 (aged 77 years)
Text: Greville, David, 77, free by servitude, Fortune, 1806, 7 years, Protestant, schoolmaster, Elizabeth street Sydney Greville, Mary, 50, free by servitude, Wm. Pitt, 1806, 7 years.
Death October 3, 1839 (aged 88 years)
Citation details: The Australian Thu 30 Apr 1840 p. 2
Text: At Kingsland, near London, on the 3rd October last, Mr David Greville, aged 89 years.
Family with Mary Ann Davis
himself
17511839
Birth: about 1751
Death: October 3, 1839London, Middlesex, England, United Kingdom
wife
17701834
Birth: about 1770
Death: 1834New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1810Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-11 months
son
18081878
Birth: about 1808 57 38New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1878Sydney City, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
BirthAncestry.com. 1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (TNA Copy) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
ImmigrationState Library of Queensland. Convict Transportation Registers Database 1787-1867 [database on-line].
Citation details: Source: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 87, Class and Piece Number HO11/1, Page Number 376
Text: David Greville, one of 306 convicts transported on the ship Fortune and ship Alexander, January 1806. Sentence details: Convicted at Middlesex Gaol Delivery for a term of 7 years. Vessel: Fortune and Alexander. Date of Departure: January 1806. Place of Arrival: New South Wales.
ImmigrationBateson, Charles. The convict ships 1787-1868. 2nd ed. Glasgow : Brown, Son & Ferguson Ltd., 1985 ie 1969
Text: The ship Fortune (1) arrived in the colony 23 Jul 1806
ImmigrationUniversity of Sheffield. Humanities Research Institute. The Proceedings of the Old Bailey: London's Central Criminal Court, 1674 to 1913. [database on-line]. Sheffield: the Institute, 2003-2008
Citation details: Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 6.0, 04 June 2013), April 1805, trial of DAVID GREVILLE (t18050424-53).
Text: DAVID GREVILLE, Theft > grand larceny, 24th April 1805. 272. DAVID GREVILLE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 17th of March, a purse, value 6 d. two half-guineas, and a seven-shilling piece, the property of Thomas Reddington. THOMAS REDDINGTON sworn. - On Sunday, the 17th of March, near one o'clock at noon, I had been to St. Patrick's chapel, at St. Pancras, and just as I was coming out of the chapel, a young lad told me that my pocket was picked, and here, says he, is the man that picked it. Q. What did you lose? - A. Two half-guineas and a seven-shilling piece; Major Bird, my acquaintance, being with me; he was younger and stronger and more athletic than me; the boy shewed him the man; he took hold of him by the collar and seized him; a woman cried out, whoever has lost a purse, I have it; she gave me the purse, and I knew it to be my purse. Cross-examined by Mr. Alley. Q. There were a great concourse of people? - A. There were. Q. It was impossible for you to tell who might have taken your purse or who might not? - A. I did not perceive it. Q. The woman that had got the purse is not here? - A. No. - VAUGHAN sworn. - I live with my brother; he is a shoemaker at Charing-cross: On that day I was standing at the chapel door; I took notice of the transaction; the prisoner was walking quite close to Mr. Reddington; I did not see him exactly put his hand into his pocket, I saw him as he drew the purse out, and snatched it; I said to Mr. Reddington, you have got your pocket picked; I said, that is him; he was trying to make off. (The purse produced.) Prosecutor. I really believe it is my purse. The prisoner left his defence to his Counsel. GUILTY, aged 36. Transported for seven years . Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.
MarriageNew South Wales. Department of Justice and Attorney General. NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages. [data-base on-line]. Sydney: the Registry.
Text: V1810917 3A/1810 GREVILLE DAVID DAVIES MARY CA (Sydney, St Philips Church of England)
CensusBaxter, Carol, ed. General Muster and land and stock muster of New South Wales 1822. Sydney: Australian Biographical and Genealogical Record in association with the Society of Australian Genealogists, 1988
Citation details: p. 200
Text: Greville, David, free by servitude, Fortune, 7 years, schoolmaster, Sydney Greville, William, 16, born in the colony, son of D. Greville, Sydney Davis, Mary, free by servitude, William Pitt, 7 years, wfe of D. Greville, Sydney
CensusAncestry.com. 1828 New South Wales, Australia Census (TNA Copy) [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2007.
Text: Greville, David, 77, free by servitude, Fortune, 1806, 7 years, Protestant, schoolmaster, Elizabeth street Sydney Greville, Mary, 50, free by servitude, Wm. Pitt, 1806, 7 years.
DeathNational Library of Australia. Trove: one search...a wealth of information. [database on-line].
Citation details: The Australian Thu 30 Apr 1840 p. 2
Text: At Kingsland, near London, on the 3rd October last, Mr David Greville, aged 89 years.