Mary Doolan

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'Mary Doolan is associated with ' located at these coordinates 53.41291, -8.24389

Date of Birth: 1834
Date of Death:
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User Tags: irish famine orphan, diadem, earl grey scheme

Mary Doolan was one of the Irish Famine Orphans on the Diadem. She had never been in Service prior to leaving her native place; she was Roman Catholic; . (Nominal Passenger List - VPRS 14/P0000/000)

Mary was received into the Immigration Depot on 12th January 1850 and left there on 12th February. She was initially engaged as an Apprentice by Joseph Bloomfield of Russell Street, Melbourne for 12 months at £88 £
600 £approx2009
1,216 $AUDapprox2009
160 shillings
1,920 pence
per annum. The preceeding entry is crossed out and is written over it (in red) "Portland Oct 2nd(?) - Left the Depot in Portland without permission and is believed to have gone in the Bush with one of her shipmates". (Disposal List - VPRS 14/P0000/0006)

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