Irish servant tried in Dublin, Ireland in 1817 and transported for seven years per Elizabeth I (2) (1818). Brown was soon incarcerated at both the Factory Above the Gaol and the Parramatta Female Factory a number of times for committing secondary offences while in the colony of New South Wales.
- Alternate: Mary Ann Browne
- Alternate: Mary Brown
- “Mary Ann Browne,” in Peter Mayberry, Irish Convicts to New South Wales, 1788-1849, accessed 8 March 2017
- New South Wales Government, Entrance books [Sydney Gaol], Series 2514, State Records Reels 850-853, (State Records Authority of New South Wales, Kingswood, New South Wales, Australia).
# Ship: Elizabeth I (2) (1818)
# Second Female Factory