A narrative of the adventures of Samuel Wray now living at Kempston, Bedfordshire, from the time of his volunteering for that parish in 1796, till his return to England in 1815, published by C.B. Merry, 1823, Bedford.
Bedfordshire Libraries, 2007
After spending seven weeks at Chatham, Wray was sent to Winchester, Pool in Dorset and Limmington. On the 1st May he was sent to Guernsey on the Elizabeth transport and after 11 days reached the New Ground Barracks. Wray was then called to arms against mutineers from the 60th Regiment.
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