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Patrick MCNAMARA (1832?-1851)

Patrick MCNAMARA,1 son of Bartholomew MCNAMARA (1791?-1856) and Bridget LENEHAN (1788-1873), was born in 1832 (estimated) in Clare, Ireland.2

he died (aged 19) on 10 August 1851 at sea . This was only four days before the "Sarah" arrived in Sydney.3,4

Citations

1{S0121}, Internet (WCP) COWDERY, Edwina : re MCNAMARA, Bartholomew (0032) and LENEHAN, Bridget (0031) and Descendants (The site has been removed from Rootsweb's World Connect Project). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0121}, Internet (WCP) COWDERY, Edwina : re MCNAMARA, Bartholomew (0032) and LENEHAN, Bridget (0031) and Descendants (The site has been removed from Rootsweb's World Connect Project). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Questionable.
This site is now defunct. Some information in the past has proven questionable but much was right. It gives Patrick's birth date as 1822 (calculated). However this puts a gap of seven years between Patrick and the next sibling Mary (b.1829). There is also a three year gap between Michael (b.1831) and Bridget (b.1834). It is felt therefore that Patrick's birth date is more likely to have been in 1832 and has been treated as such
3{S0311}, Shipping Records 1851 "Sarah". Custom Id: SR Reels 2136, 2142. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0469}, Certificate - Death : McNAMARA, Bartholomew (0032). Custom Id: NSW 3147 / 1856. Cit. Date: 5 August 2011. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Children of Marriage : deceased one boy"
Patrick is not listed as alive on the certificate

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Updated : 23 August 2014