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Re: HOCKLY (HOCKLEY), Daniel (Grimwade p.548)

Posted: Sun Nov 24, 2013 9:14 pm
by silverly
25 March 1801 Daniel son of Thomas Hockley of Seven Dials Oilman apprenticed to John Samuel Reily fishmonger of London/goldsmith by trade/Carey Lane.

7 April 1808 Daniel Hockley made free by service to John Samuel Reily in the Fishmongers Company.

Daniel has signed his surname on the indenture contract without an "e." Elsewhere the "e" is included in his surname.

Re: HOCKLY (HOCKLEY), Daniel (Grimwade p.548)

Posted: Sat Apr 04, 2015 12:23 pm
by dognose
Recorded as HOCKLY and BOSWORTH, Working Silversmiths of 9, Brook Street, Holborn.

Source: Johnstone's London Commercial Guide - Corrected to 31st August 1817 - Andrew Johnstone - 1818

Re: HOCKLY (HOCKLEY), Daniel (Grimwade p.548)

Posted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 9:53 am
by dognose
Daniel Hockly emigrated to the Cape in 1819, arriving in Algoa Bay (Port Elizabeth) in 1820 on board the SS Chapman, along with his wife Elizabeth and three children, their forth child Fanny Chapman was born during the voyage. The Hockly family were located at various times in Grahamstown, Uitenhage, Cradock and Graaff-Reinet.

Hockly died in 1835 at Graaff-Reinet and is buried in the old Dutch Reformed cemetery.

Source: Further Researches in Cape Silver - David Heller - 1953