Woodriff family.

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Capt. Daniel Woodriff, R.N., went to sea in 1762, and in 1804 visited Port Jackson, receiving from Gov. King a grant of land called Rodley Farm, at Penrith N.S.W. (see "Capt. Daniel Woodriff, C.B., R.N." by D.C. Tilghman in The Victorian Historical Magazine, Vol. XXXII, no. 3, Feb. 1962, p. 143-59). Capt. Woodriff's son, Daniel James, took part in the battle of Trafalgar and his son, Daniel James the younger, came to N.S.W. to settle on the Penrith family property, passed to his sons, including Frederick Daniel, in 1881.

From the description of Papers of the Woodriff family., 1778-1951. 1778-1951. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 221109133

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associatedWith Bellerophon (Ship) corporateBody
associatedWith Calcutta (Ship) corporateBody
associatedWith Great Britain. Royal Navy corporateBody
associatedWith Woodriff, Daniel, 1756-1842 person
associatedWith Woodriff, Daniel James, 1788-1860 person
associatedWith Woodriff, Daniel James, d. 1865 person
associatedWith Woodriff, Frederick Daniel, d. 1904 person
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Australia--Penrith (N.S.W.)
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Landowners--Archives
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Naval officers
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Active 1778

Active 1951

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