Name: STANLEY, Samuel
Convict Number(s): 1075
Year of Birth: 1830
Date of Death: 18/04/1855
Place of Death:
Cause of Death: Executed for Murder of Catherine DAYLEY.
Ship Arrived on: Marion
Ship Arrival Year: 1852
Tickets and Pardons
Ticket of Leave
Certificate of Freedom
Relationship Status: Single
Number of Children:
Place of Conviction: York, England.
Details of Crime: Killing Sheep to Steal. Sentenced to 10 years Transportation.
Western Australia Work Details
Western Australia Work Locations: Australind, Perth, Wellington.
Employment Types: Labourer, Shepherd, Cattle Keeper, Farm Servant, Farm Labourer, Carter.
Western Australian Re-Convictions
Details of Crime
Mentioned in Marshall Waller CLIFTON Journals. Employed by CLIFTON from 27/02/1854 as a Shepherd. Refer " Inquirers " dated 07/03/1855, 28/03/1855 & 25/04/1855. Refer Perth Gazette & Independent Journal of Politics & News dated 09/03/1855. STANLEY was convicted on 06/03/1855 of the Murder of Catherine DAYLEY at Wootating on York Road. He was subsequently hanged along Guildford Road near the Perth Causeway and buried at the place of execution. Refer to Harvey History OnLine Website for Convict Biography by Irma WALTER.