- A-1 merged with A-2 and A-14 to form L-75 [December 2003]
- A-2 merged with A-1 and A-14 to form L-75 [December 2003]
- A-3 John McBrien (1817 1878) m. Mary Ann (c1820 1886) [Fermanagh; Illawarra, NSW]
- A-4 James McBrien ( ) m. Margaret Quinn ( ) [Queensland]
A-5 Ellen McBrien ( ) m. Charles Barber ( ) [Queensland]
A-6 James McBrien (c1807? ) m. Jane Kannan/Keenen (c1817? ) [Ireland and NSW]
A-6.1 Francis McBrien (c1843 1930) m. Mary O'Farrell ( )
[Sydney, NSW Hunter and North Coast]
A-6.1.1 James P McBrien ( ) m. Alice W Farrell (1899 1929) [Hunter and North Coast, NSW]
A-6.1.2 Michael I McBrien (1883 ) m. Annie I Farrell ( ) [Hunter and North Coast, NSW]
A-6.2 James McBrien (1852 1884) [Maitland NSW]
A-7 merged into L-21 becoming L-21.3 [21 February 2004]
A-8 McBrien ( ) m. Madge Margaret Summers (c1896 1970) [Victoria]
A-9 Mary McBrien (c1846 1894) m. William Kelly ( ) [Victoria]
A-10 Alice McBrien ( ) m. Thomas Richard Pappin ( ) [Victoria]
A-11 Edward McBrien ( ) m. Alice Thwaites (1861 1938) [Victoria]
A-12 Edward John McBrien (c1868 1935) m. Florence Lillian Palmer (c1875 1951) [Victoria]
A-13 Michael McBrien m.(1876) Mary Ann Lynch [Grafton NSW]
A-14 merged with A-1 and A-2 to form L-75 [December 2003]
- A-H Miscellaneous - Hunter River Region of New South Wales
A-N Miscellaneous - North Coast Region of New South Wales
- A-Mig McBrien Transportees and Immigrants to Australia, 1800s
A-BMD McBrien Registrations extracted from Australian BMD Indexes
James McBrien married Margaret Quinn in Queensland on 10 October 1894. They were the parents of at least four children:
Ellen McBrien married Charles Barber in Queensland on 21 July 1883. Ellen was the mother of at least two children:
Perhaps Ellen was the daughter baptised Roman in 1847 at Maitland NSW to James and Jane McBrien.
James and Jane McBrien were probably the parents of:
A James and Jane McBrian, aged 34 and 24 years respectively, had emigrated aboard the John Renwick, arrriving in Sydney on 31 August 1841, with their daughter Margaret McBrian aged 2 years.
Jane McBrien, born circa 1834, was described by the Immigration Board's logs for the Irene as a Roman Catholic house servant aged 18 years, able to read and write, in good health and with no complaints regarding the voyage. Her parents were said to be James and Jane, living in the colony at Raymond Terrace.
Francis McBrien, son of farmer JAMES McBRIEN and JANE KANNAN, apparently born in Sydney about 1843, married Mary O'Farrell circa 1872 at Grafton NSW. They were the parents of:
Retired farmer Francis McBrien,
son of JAMES McBRIEN and JANE KANNAN, died aged 87 years at East Coraki on 6
April 1930. Details for the registration of Francis' death certificate were
certified at Casino by his son James P McBrien of East Coraki.
Note the death of a James McBrien, son of Francis [mother unknown] was registered at Grafton in 1890.
Perhaps the mother in the above family, the death of a Mary McBrien on 26 February 1919 at Coraki, daughter of JOHN and BRIDGET, was registered at Casino in 1919.
Probate was granted on the wills of Mary McBrien (died Coraki, 26 February 1919) and Francis McBrien (died Oakland, 6 April 1930).
Also, probate granted on the will of Catherine Agnes McBrien who died near Coraki on 2 October 1946.
James P McBrien married Alice W Farrell at Maitland West in 1928. Alice, born at Maitland West in 1899, was a daughter of DANIEL and EVANGELINE FARRELL. The death of Alice W McBrien, daughter of Daniel and Evangeline, was registered at Casino in 1929.
Michael I McBrien married Annie I Farrell at Maitland West in 1914. They may have been the couple who at Casino had at least two children:
Francis Joseph McBrien, born at Coraki near Casino on 23 September 1918, enlisted into the Australian Army on 14 July 1942; he noted his next-of-kin as Michael McBrien. A gunner, Francis was discharged on 16 September 1946 while posted at 2/3 Australian Anti-Aircraft Regiment.
was baptised Roman Catholic in East or West Maitland in 1852. James never married,
and died aged 32 at Southampton on 28 February 1884; never married. A farmer,
he was noted as the son of farmer JAMES McBRIEN and JANE KEENEN [correcting
Keenan] by the deponent, his brother Michael McBrien of Southampton (who certified
in writing). James was buried at Grafton.
into L-21 becoming
changed to Lough Erne area, Ireland]
The death of Madge Margaret McBrien, daughter of JAMES and BLANCHE SUMMERS, was registered at Hawthorn in 1970, aged 74 years. It appears that she was the mother of:
Mary McBrien, born circa 1846 in Fermanagh, daughter of FRANCIS McBRIEN and KATE MAGUIRE, married Kilkenny-born William Kelly in Victoria in 1878. They were the parents of:
Alice McBrien of Victoria married Winslow-born Thomas Richard Pappin in Victoria in 1908 . They were the parents of:
The death of a Patricia
McBrien, daughter of JAMES McBRIEN [Jas.] and LILLIAN? PAPPIN [Liln.], was registered
at Carlton VIC in 1935.
[note also Elizabeth Edith Pappin née McBrien in Lineage A-11.]
Edward McBrien and Alice Thwaites were the parents of (at least):
Alice McBrien née Thwaites, daughter of SIMON THWAITES and BESSIE CLARKE, died in 1938 aged 77 near Warrnambool
Edward John McBrien of [Iped.] Victoria married Florence Lillian Palmer of Melbourne in 1902 in Victoria. Florence was the daughter of FREDERICK CLARK PALMER and MARGARET LONERGAN. Edward and Florence were the parents of (at least):
Edward McBrien, son of JOHN
McBRIEN and ELIZA JOHNSTON, died aged 67 at Carlton North in 1935 . Florence
Lillian McBrien née Palmer died in 1951 aged 76 years; her death was
registered at Chelsea in Victoria.
An infant Helen Dawn Fraser, daughter of Arthur Ferd. Fraser and Flora Lillian McBrien, died aged 0 at Carlton VIC in 1953 . Flora Lilian McBrien may have been the daughter of Edward John McBrien born 1903.
Michael McBrien married Mary Ann Lynch at Grafton in 1876. They were the parents of at least six children:
Irish Convicts To Australia, Irish Government (Bi-Centenary Gift to Australia)
per David McBrien [ David.McBrien@amsa.gov.au , 3 June 2003]
|Name||Sex||Age||County||Trial Date||Charge||Sentence||Other Data||Reference|
|McBrien, James||M||20||Cavan||3/1/1843||Pig Stealing||Transportation, 7 Years||Place of Imprisonment Kilmainham 3/1/1843||TR5, P14|
|McBrien, Thomas||M||26||Fermanagh||30/4/1848||Stealing Money||Transportation, 7 Years||Convict Died Spike Island Prison 26/12/1852||TR8, P69|
|McBrian, John||M||28||Monaghan||24/10/1848||Larceny||Transportation, 7 Years||.||TR8, P128|
|McBrine, John||M||25||Monaghan||24/10/1848||Larceny||Transportation, 7 Years||.||CRF 1850 MC33|
|McBrien, Bridget||F||32||Fermanagh||25/6/1849||Receiving stolen goods||Transportation, 7 Years||.||TR9, P631(F)|
|McBrine, Martha||F||35||Tyrone||8/3/1851||Larceny Previous Conviction||Transportation, 10 Years||Ship J>W> Dave Dec 1851||TR11, P65F|
|McBryan, Daniel||M||28||Leitrim||3/7/1852||Appearing Armed and Assault||Transportation, 14 Years||.||TR12, P87|
McBrien Assisted Immigrants from County Fermanagh, Ireland, arriving Sydney, 1844-1880
(per Assisted Immigrants Deposit Index Journals and Assisted Immigrants Index and Shipping Lists)
|2162||3401||Carson McBrien||11Oct1859||William McBrien||20||-||L||Lower Ardees Co Fer, IRL||Revd Wm Dunbar Lower Ardees||5||Chance
|2162||3401||Carson McBrien||11Oct1859||Ellen McBrien||22||-||DS||Lower Ardees Co Fer, IRL||Revd Wm Dunbar Lower Ardees||4||Chance
|498||385||William McBrien||16Aug1861||Andrew McBrien||19||-||L||Co Fer, IRL||Revd Wm Dunbar Co Fer, Irl||.||Abyssinian|
|498||385||William McBrien||16Aug1861||Mary Ann McBrien||20||-||S||Co Fer, IRL||Revd Wm Dunbar Co Fer, Irl||.||Abyssinian|
|5901||4050||William McBrien||18Apr1864||Andrew McBrien||20 /20||-||C||Co Fer, IRL||Revd Dunbar & Capt Dunbar Co Fer, Irl||5||Sirocco
|6097||4165||Ellen Gourley||8May1863||Charlotte McBrien||28 /25||-||S||St Saints Co Fer, IRL||Capt Dunbar St Saints||3||
|6097||4165||Ellen Gourley||8May1863||Mary A McBrien||26 /23||-||S||St Saints Co Fer, IRL||Capt Dunbar St Saints||3||Ocean
|6690||4517||Ellen Gourley||2Jun1863||Arthur McBrien||16 /17||-||L||Ennis McSaint Co Fer, IRL||Capt Dunbar Ennis McSaint||7||Sirocco
|2495||1704||Thomas McBrien||19Mar1864||Francis McBrien||21 /21||-||L||Brookburough Co Fer, IRL||Parish Priest Brookburough||7||Montmorency
|6398||4493||Thomas McBrien||25Aug1880||Arthur McBrien||33||-||AL||Lower Ardies Bellick FER||Joshua McBrien||.||Peterborough
|6399||4493||Thomas McBrien||25Aug1880||Eliza McBrien||28||-||DS||Lower Ardies Bellick FER||Joshua McBrien||.||Peterborough
|.||.||Philip McBryan / McBrien||.||Policeman
|28||-||.||Co Leitrim, IRL both parents deceased. R. Catholic||.||.||Surrey
|Co Cavan, IRL Father dead Mother: Susan. R. Catholic||.||.||Samuel
|ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:· Lower Ardees is a townland in the parish of Inishmacsaint in Co Fermanagh. According to Tom McBryan (per Maxine McBryan, 23 August 1998), William McBrien and Ellen McBrien (Chance) were siblings; William had been born in 1836 in Co. Fermanagh. In 1862 William married Mary Ann Sommerville, who had also emigrated aboard the Chance, a 927 ton barque mastered by Capt. W. G. Sparke. William, a turnkey at Parramatta Gaol, had seven children by Mary.· Charlotte and Mary Ann McBrien (Ocean Empress): St Saints was probably meant to be Inishmacsaint. The Immigration Board's listings state that Charlotte and Mary Ann were houseworkers hailing from Tiernahad (?read Tiranagher, the townland in the parish of Inishmacsaint) and that their parents were John McBrien and Elizabeth McBrien, both living at Tiernahad; they were literate Wesleyeans, and their cousins Thomas and James Johnston already lived at Parramatta.· William and Arthur McBrien (Sirocco): Ennis McSaint was probably meant to be Inishmacsaint. The Board's listings state that their parents were Arthur and Jane of Lower Ardes, they were literate CoE and their brother Thomas McBrien already lived at Parramatta. They arrived in good health and with no complaints regarding the passage.· Francis McBrien (Montmorency) was a literate Roman Catholic farm labourer from Acey (?Avey?) FER; his parents were John (deceased) and Ann (living at Ballycassidy FER); his brother Thomas was already residing at Christian Street, Sydney. He was in good health and had no complaints. Brookburough is a town in the parish of Aghaven (Barony of Magherastephna, Poor Law Union (1857) of Lisnakea).· Arthur and Eliza McBrien (Peterborough) were siblings of Thomas, living at Parramatta; they were literate adherents of the CoE, and their mother Jane was still alive in Co Fermanagh when the Peterborough sailed. For Bellick read Belleek, on the River Erne a few kilometres downriver from Rosscor.|
|C# - Immigration Certificate; D# - Deposit Number; DepDate - Deposit Date; A- age noted in Deposit Journal (where a second age is given it is from the shipping records, often differing from Deposit Journal by more than the elapsed interval); P - whether father or mother already resident in the Colony; Oc - declared occupation; Referee - person of note in native place; £ - deposit paid for passage (with possibly a portion for outfitting); Ship - ship's name, with date of arrival in Sydney if known.|
McBrien UnAssisted Immigrants arriving Sydney NSW, 1844-1880
|McBrien||Mary||20||Ben Nevis||1856||2138, 2473||.|
McBrien UnAssisted Immigrants arriving Victoria
Unassisted Shipping Index : Source: http://www.vic.gov.au/prov/UnAssisted2.asp
|McBrien||Peter||26||1872||Jul||City Of Agra||B||312||1|
McBrien Assisted Immigrants to Queensland 1848-1899 (index)
per Sue Osborne (email@example.com, 27feb2002)
|McBrien||James||20||Darling Downs||Brisbane||5 Nov||1874|
|McBrien||Ellen||24||Rodell Bay||Brisbane||27 Aug||1878|
|McBrien||Archibald||28||Sir William Wallace||Rockhampton||12 Mar||1880|
|McBrien||Elizabeth||21||New Guinea||Brisbane||17 Aug||1885|
The port shown is the first port of call in Qld, but may not have been the only port of call.