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Looking for Mary Brenan of Wexford 1800

Journal by eland

Mary Brenan (Brennan) was the mother of Michael and Moses Brennan who were transported from Wexford in Ireland to Botany Bay after their court-martials at New Geneva Barracks in 1799.

They arrived at Botany Bay in February 1801.

They each received a ticket-of-leave in about 1812 and later settled at Appin.

Mary would have had a husband however there are no known records of his name.

I have almost completed a family history from her son Michael down to my father's generation and more detail about Mary's generation would be the final touch to the story.

I'm going to Wexford next year but would like some more information if possible beforehand.

Looking forward to hearing from someone,

Les Brennan

Surnames: BRENNAN
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on 2008-05-06 21:53:22

eland has been a Family Tree Circles member since May 2008. is researching the following names: BRENNAN.

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by allycat on 2008-05-07 04:03:19

Click on BRENNAN at the bottom of this journal and this will take you to a surname wiki page that I personally created, with heaps of links to check out.

Regards,
Alison (Editor)
QLD Australia
My BRENNAN ancestors were from Cloneen, Co. Kilkenny C1760s.

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