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From: "The Steel Family" <>
Subject: LAMPRILL 1800-1860
Date: Thu, 3 May 2001 11:29:15 +1000
Hello List Members
William LAMPRILL, from South Ockenden in Essex, was transported in 1827 for
stealing a sheep. He received a conditional pardon in 1836 and a free
certificate in 1841. He returned to England where he died in Colchester in
In his will he stated that he had been residing at Hornchurch. The executors
were his wife Sarah and William Henry CLIFTON. He left some money to his
brother James LAMPRILL, a farmer at South Ockenden and the rest to his wife
Sarah and her heirs. By around 1860, Sarah's surname was MUNDY.
I found an entry in the UK Marriage Witnesses Database for Essex. I wonder
if anyone would have an email address for the submitter I Lister? There are
quite a lot of CRESSEY submissions so it appears to be their interest.
Witness - William LAMPRILL (LAMPREY) 06Jul1846 Parish Church
Groom - Edward BARR Great Ilford ESS
Bride - Emma CRESSEY
I.Lister, 20 White Street, Taradale Hawkes Bay NZ
I am interested to find out more about William LAMPRILL in Essex.
Sally Steel at Mareeba, North Queensland, Australia