Jonathan Lock, 17681835 (aged 67 years)

Name
Jonathan /Lock/
Given names
Jonathan
Surname
Lock
Birth
Baptism
Immigration
Citation details: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/4, Page Number 32
Text:

Jonathan Lock, one of 152 convicts transported on the ship Grenada, 03 May 1821.
Sentence details: Convicted at Norfolk Quarter Session for a term of 7 years on 10 January 1821.
Vessel: Grenada.
Date of Departure: 03 May 1821.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Citation details: Norfolk Chronicle Sat 20 Jan 1821 p. 2
Text:

Jonathan Lock was convicted of stealing, on the 16th Dec. last, three geese, the property of John Smith, of Larling, farmer. The prisoner was further convicted, jointly with his son, Robert Lock, of having stolen, on the 31st of December last, a pig, belonging to Mary Ann Towler, of Rockland All Saints. And the said Robert Lock was also further convicted of stealing three planes, from William Cocking, of Great Ellingham, on the 1st of March last. The Jury recommended Robert Lock to mercy, which the Court intimated they could not listen to, in consequence of his being an old offender. Both were sentenced to seven years' transportation. There were other indictments against the prisoners, which were abandoned.

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The ship Grenada (2) arrived in NSW 16 Sep 1821

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Name: Jonathan Lock
Age: 56
Date of Conviction: 10 Jan 1821
Place of Conviction: Norfolk
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1765
Vessel: Grenada (2)
Port of Arrival: Sydney Cove
Date of Arrival: 16 Sep 1821

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Lock, Jonathan, convict, Grenada, 1821, 7 years, Pensioner, Barracks, Sydney
Lock, Robert, convict, Grenada, 1821, 7 years, government servant to his wife, Melville
Lock, Mary or Maria, born in the colony, wife of Robert Lock, Melville and Bathurst

Ticket of leave
Text:

No. 27/412 27 Jun 1827
Jonathan Lock per ship Grenada (2), master Donald in year 1821
Native place Larling Co. Norfolk
Trade or calling carpenter
Trial at Norfolk Assizes 10 Jan 1821, sentence 7 years
Born 1764
Height 5 feet 4 and a quarter inches
Sallow complexion and brown to grey hair, hazel eyes
Allowed to remain in the district of Liverpool on recommendation of Sydney Bench dated 14 May 1827

Death
Text:

Name: Jonathan Lock
Death Date: 1835
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1835
Registration Place: Liverpool, New South Wales
Volume Number: V18352005 19

Citation details: Liverpool St Luke Composite 27 February 1826 - 23 September 1838
Text:

[see burial below]

Burial
Citation details: Liverpool St Luke Composite 27 February 1826 - 23 September 1838
Text:

Jonathan Lock of Liverpool Hospital buried 26 Oct 1835 aged 75 years per the ship Grenada, free

Jonathan Lock + … …
himself
17681835
Birth: about 1768Larling, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Death: October 1835Liverpool, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
son
18001854
Birth: about 1800 32 Larling, Norfolk, England, United Kingdom
Death: August 23, 1854Blacktown, Greater Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Birth
Baptism
Immigration
Citation details: Australian Joint Copying Project. Microfilm Roll 88, Class and Piece Number HO11/4, Page Number 32
Text:

Jonathan Lock, one of 152 convicts transported on the ship Grenada, 03 May 1821.
Sentence details: Convicted at Norfolk Quarter Session for a term of 7 years on 10 January 1821.
Vessel: Grenada.
Date of Departure: 03 May 1821.
Place of Arrival: New South Wales.

Citation details: Norfolk Chronicle Sat 20 Jan 1821 p. 2
Text:

Jonathan Lock was convicted of stealing, on the 16th Dec. last, three geese, the property of John Smith, of Larling, farmer. The prisoner was further convicted, jointly with his son, Robert Lock, of having stolen, on the 31st of December last, a pig, belonging to Mary Ann Towler, of Rockland All Saints. And the said Robert Lock was also further convicted of stealing three planes, from William Cocking, of Great Ellingham, on the 1st of March last. The Jury recommended Robert Lock to mercy, which the Court intimated they could not listen to, in consequence of his being an old offender. Both were sentenced to seven years' transportation. There were other indictments against the prisoners, which were abandoned.

Text:

The ship Grenada (2) arrived in NSW 16 Sep 1821

Text:

Name: Jonathan Lock
Age: 56
Date of Conviction: 10 Jan 1821
Place of Conviction: Norfolk
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1765
Vessel: Grenada (2)
Port of Arrival: Sydney Cove
Date of Arrival: 16 Sep 1821

Census
Citation details: 1825 muster
Text:

Lock, Jonathan, convict, Grenada, 1821, 7 years, Pensioner, Barracks, Sydney
Lock, Robert, convict, Grenada, 1821, 7 years, government servant to his wife, Melville
Lock, Mary or Maria, born in the colony, wife of Robert Lock, Melville and Bathurst

Ticket of leave
Text:

No. 27/412 27 Jun 1827
Jonathan Lock per ship Grenada (2), master Donald in year 1821
Native place Larling Co. Norfolk
Trade or calling carpenter
Trial at Norfolk Assizes 10 Jan 1821, sentence 7 years
Born 1764
Height 5 feet 4 and a quarter inches
Sallow complexion and brown to grey hair, hazel eyes
Allowed to remain in the district of Liverpool on recommendation of Sydney Bench dated 14 May 1827

Death
Text:

Name: Jonathan Lock
Death Date: 1835
Death Place: New South Wales
Registration Year: 1835
Registration Place: Liverpool, New South Wales
Volume Number: V18352005 19

Citation details: Liverpool St Luke Composite 27 February 1826 - 23 September 1838
Text:

[see burial below]

Burial
Citation details: Liverpool St Luke Composite 27 February 1826 - 23 September 1838
Text:

Jonathan Lock of Liverpool Hospital buried 26 Oct 1835 aged 75 years per the ship Grenada, free