||Thomas Brown was a Convict sent to Australia After the Third Fleet.|
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Thomas Brown was born about 1798.
Thomas was sentenced to be transported to New South Wales for seven years; per Tottenham, departed Spithead, England, on 27 Mar 1818 and arrived Sydney on 14 Oct 1818. By 1828, he was free by servitude and working as a brickmaker. The brickfields were on the site of today's Central Railway Station, Sydney.
In 1822, Thomas married daughter of former convicts, Mary Patfield, in St Phillip's Church of England, Sydney.
It is not yet known when or where he passed away.
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Thomas is 20 degrees from Elinor Glyn, 26 degrees from Frances Weidman and 16 degrees from Victoria of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.