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Details for the convict Mary Byrne (1831)

Convict Name:Mary Byrne
Trial Place:Dublin
Trial Date:3 July 1830
Sentence:7 years
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Arrival Year:1831
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Compiled by Ellen (Ann) Spiro, nee Riley. January 27, 2020. This not my ancestor. Feel free to claim her. I came across this Mary Bryne when I was browsing the transport ship ‘Palambam’ for different Mary Byrne. Mary Byrne (2), from Dublin, Ireland. Convicted in Cork in 1830. Transported on the ship ‘Palambam’ 06 Jan 1831. Crime: receiving stolen goods/robbery house. Sentence: 7 years of transportation. The convict musters for 1831 list her as single, Roman Catholic, aged 18yrs., occupation: a housemaid, cannot read or write. See New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842. List of convicts on the Palambam Convicts Application to Marry. Number INX-68-3411. Convicts application to Marry 1825-1851. Citation: NRS 12212 (4/4510 p.045); COD 13; Reel 713; Fiche 786-788. Permission granted 13 May 1840. Male applicant: George Fieldhouse, 35yrs. Born in the colony. Condition: Free; Widower. Female applicant: Mary Byrne, 27yrs. Sentence: 7 years. Ship: Palambam. Condition: Bond. Place: Cobbitty, Narellan, New South Wales. Clergyman Rev’d Hassall. Certificate of Freedom 19 May 1849. Convicts Index 1791-1873. Citation: 4/4412; Reel 1026. Entry No: 49/0277. ***NOTE: there are two (2) Mary Bryne listed on the convict ship ‘Palabam’, both are from Dublin, both are aged 18yrs, both are Roman Catholic. (1) Mary Byrne (aka Cartwright), is the brace maker. (2) Mary Byrne, stolen goods, housemaid, convicted 6th January 1831. See New South Wales, Australia, Convict Indents, 1788-1842.
Submitted by Researcher (Ann Spiro) on 30 January 2020

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