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Patrick Brady

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Name, Aliases & Gender

Name: Patrick Brady
Aliases: none
Gender: m

Birth, Occupation & Death

Date of Birth: 1798
Occupation: Ploughman/shearer
Date of Death: -
Age: -

Life Span

Life span

Male median life span was 53 years*

* Median life span based on contributions

Conviction & Transportation

Sentence Severity

Sentence Severity

Sentenced to Life

Crime: -
Convicted at: Ireland. Dublin
Sentence term: Life
Ship: Ann and Amelia
Departure date: 8th September, 1824
Arrival date: 2nd January, 1825
Place of arrival New South Wales
Passenger manifest Travelled with 200 other convicts

References

Primary source: Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
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Maureen Withey on 6th December, 2020 wrote:

Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry.
Patrick Brady,  age on arrival, 27, per Ann and Amelia 1825, Tried Dublin, 1824, Life.  DOB 1798, native of Meath Co.  Ploughman shearer. 

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1828 Census Index
Patrick Brady, age 36, G.S. Ann & Amelia, 1824, Life, catholic, Labourer, Mr Atkinson, Oldbury, Sutton Forest district.

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Convicts Index 1791-1873.
Patrick Brady,  Anne & Amelia, 1825, Ticket of Leave, District: Sutton Forest; Tried: Dublin Co. Entry No: 36/646
Patrick Brady,  Anne & Amelia, 1825, Conditional Pardon, 3 Mar 1841.  Special.
Patrick Brady,  Anne & Amelia, 1825, Conditional Pardon, 1 Apr 1841.

Maureen Withey on 6th December, 2020 wrote:

Marriage Permission.
Patrick Brady, per Ann and Amelia, age 38, Life, T. of L. and Mary A. Williams, per Southworth, age 26, 7 years, Bond. Date of permission, 19 Aug 1836, Sutton Forest, Revd. J. Vincent.

Peter Hinds on 17th December, 2020 wrote:

On 30 January 1830 Patrick Brady was the prime witness at the trial of John Champley, Joseph Shelvey and John Yates at Campbelltown concerning a robbery at Olbury the estate of James Atkinson. Brady admitted his involvement in the robbery but became immune from prosecution as he was made “an approver” at the trial. Two bushrangers from Jack Donohoe’s gang latter confessed to the crime and Champley, Shelvey and Yates were pardoned. (See my book The Campbelltown Convicts).

Maureen Withey on 31st December, 2020 wrote:

THE COMMISSION. Thursday their Lordships proceeded business at 10 o’clock, ...  Patrick Brady, Patrick Fox, and John Kerrigan were indicted for having, the 5th January, at night, in the Parish of Coolock, feloniously and burglariously broken into the dwelling-house of Arthur Guinness, Esq., with intent to steal the goods ; there was second count in the indictment, charging the prisoners with having feloniously broken in. &c, with intent to steal the goods of Maurice Fitzgerald, Esq.  There was another indictment against the prisoners, charging them with having assaulted at four in the morning, by a party of men, two of whom got in by the window, after having forced it, and another by the door, which they then opened. The rest of the party remained outside. Baker, whose wife was a washer-woman, inhabited the lodge, and the linen which she had been entrusted with to wash, was carried off by the men who entered. Baker identified the prisoner, Fox, as the first man who entered the window, and held him; and the prisoner, Brady, as the man who took out the clothes. The prisoner, Kerrigan, he stated, stood at the door with a stick. Baker’s wife corroborated her husband’s testimony; she identified Fox and Brady, and stated, that among the articles taken away, were 19 shirts, 11 of which belonged to Mr. Fitzgerald, of Eccles street, and 8 shirts, which belonged Miss Jane Fitzgerald.  Kerrigan and Fox were taken into custody on the morning after the robbery, at a public house in Barrackstreet.  A chemise, which was then damp, was found the pocket of Fox, who said be had it from one of the girls in the house.  Afterwards he said that he found it the table, and put it into his pocket to dry.  The chemise found Fox was produced, it was marked in full with the name, Jane Mary Fitzgerald, and was proved to be the property of Mr. Maurice Fitzgerald, that gentleman’s daughter being under age.  All the prisoners were found guilty on each indictment.
Saunders’s News-Letter, 21 Feb 1824.

Convict Changes History

Maureen Withey on 6th December, 2020 made the following changes:

convicted at, term: 99 years, voyage, source: Irish Convict Database by Peter Mayberry. (prev. ), firstname: Patrick, surname: Brady, alias1: , alias2: , alias3: , alias4: , date of birth: 1798, date of death: 0000, gender: m, occupation, crime

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