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Mary Wall (c. 1765–1825)

Mary Brown (alias Mary Grove) was sentenced to 7 years transportation in July 1807 at Dublin City. She arrived at Sydney aboard the Experiment in June 1809 and married Richard Wall on 26 November 1810 at St Philip's Church, Sydney; no children are recorded for the marriage. She died about 1825.

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Alternative Names
  • Brown, Mary
  • Grove, Mary
  • Browne, Mary
  • Branon, Mary

c. 1765


1825 (aged ~ 60)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Convict Record

Crime: unknown
Sentence: 7 years