FARLEY, Daniel - Extra Data
(member of HYMAN's Party)
Daniel son of James and Ann FARLEY was baptised on 14 April 1790 in Heytesbury, Wiltshire
Somerset Archives and Local Studies
Daniel FARLEY of this parish, sojourner, and Elizabeth WOOLLY of the same parish, spinster were married by banns on 13th December 1811 in Shepton Mallet, Somerset
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Nathaniel YOUNG and David GAITE
Elizabeth dau of Daniel & Elizabeth FARLEY, Kilver Street, Shepton Mallet, Private Marine, was baptised December 27th 1813 in Shepton Mallet, Somerset (born Nov 15th)
William son of Daniel & Betty FARLEY, Kilver Street, weaver, was baptised on Jan'y 16th 1815 in Shpton Mallet, Somerset (born same day)
Sarah dau of Daniel & Elizabeth FARLEY, New Street, weaver, was baptised on Oct 12th 1816 in Shepton Mallet, Somerset (born Sept 28th 1816)
Baptism of Joseph not found. Correspondence of T. BUNN dated 30 August 1819 states that he was living at Cox's Hill, Frome, Somerset and had three children, William, Sarah and Joseph, so Elizabeth presumably died young. Daniel is said to be from Heytesbury, Wiltshire.
National Archives, Kew London
ADM51/3543 Log of the Storeship Weymouth
The entry for Sunday 20 February says "Departed this life John CROUCH and James FARLEY settlers children"
The muster roll for the Weymouth ADM37/6145 lists under Settler Children: "Wm, Sarah and Jos’h FARLEY Jas.Farley DD 20 Feb" Although James is not listed as having been born on board, he is not mentioned in BUNN's correspondence above, nor does he appear in the Settler Return for HYMAN's Party.
ADM27/12 (Royal Navy Allotment Declaration) Foxhound [HMS Foxhound was a 16-gun sloop, originally the French Navy's brig Basque. She was captured in 1809 and sold in 1816]
Dan'l FARLEY PM Mother Ann Allotted 1 August 1810 Discharged 6 Mar 1812 at Plymouth
ADM22/305 (Greenwich Hospital Paybook of Naval Out-pensioners)
FARLEY, Dan'l, Colonist, Cape of Good Hope, last served on Foxhound. Pension paid to 30 Sep 1822 at the Cape of Good Hope.