MARY HEALY was an Irish convict woman tried and convicted for stealing clothes at Donegal, Ireland in 1830 and sentenced to seven years transportation per Palambam (1831). MARY HEALY died at the Parramatta Female Factory and was buried in an unmarked grave in the parish of St. John’s, Parramatta on 10 May 1833.
- Alternate: MARY HELY
- Born: 1812, Roscommon, Ireland
- Tried and convicted for stealing clothes: 1830, Donegal, Ireland
- Sentenced to seven years transportation: 1830, Donegal, Ireland
- Sailed to the colony of New South Wales per Palambam: 23 March 1831, Cork, Ireland
- Arrived in the colony of New South Wales per Palambam: 31 July 1831, Port Jackson, New South Wales
- Died: c. 10 May 1833, Parramatta Female Factory
- Buried: 10 May 1833, St. John’s Parish, Parramatta
- Unmarked grave, exact location in the parish of St. John’s, Parramatta unknown.
- Maid of all work
- Irish Convicts to New South Wales, 1788–1849 (http://members.pcug.org.au/~ppmay/cgi-bin/irish/irish.cgi, 2011), MARY HEALY, accessed 11 October 2018.
- Parish Burial Registers, Textual Records, St. John’s Anglican Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.
# Punishment: Seven Years Transportation
# Ship: Palambam (1831)
# Parramatta Female Factory
# Place of Death: Parramatta Female Factory
# Burial Year: 1833
# Grave: unmarked