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Sir Maziere Brady, 1st Baronet PC (20 July 1796 – 13 April 1871) was an Irish judge, notable for his exceptionally long, though not particularly distinguished ...


William Maziere Brady (1825–1894) was an Irish priest, ecclesiastical historian and journalist who converted to Roman Catholicism from Anglicanism.


Stephen Woulfe (1787 – 2 July 1840) was an Irish barrister and Liberal politician. He served as ... a very poor choice for the office, and indeed he did not seek it: Maziere Brady and Edward Pennefather were his own suggested candidates.


The Brady family pedigree, from 'Irish Pedigrees, or the Stem of the Irish Nation', by John ... Sir Maziere Brady, Bart., Lord Chancellor of Ireland: second son of ...


Sep 22, 2016 ... Author:Maziere Brady. From Wikisource. Jump to: navigation, search. ←Author Index: Br, Maziere Brady (1796–1871) ... Works about Brady[edit].


William Maziere Brady's Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross, published between 1863 and 1864, are one of the most important sources for ...


An extract from 'Seven Cork Clerical Writers' by James Coleman J.C.H.A.S Vol 9 1903 about Dr. William Maziere Brady who was a Vicar of Clonfert (Newmarket) ...


Jul 2, 2008 ... [S3208] J. Brady, "re: Brady Family," e-mail message to Darryl Roger ... Children of Sir Maziere Brady, 1st Bt. and Elizabeth Anne Buchanan.


Sep 30, 2013 ... The three volumes of Maziere Brady's history of the Dioceses of Cork, Cloyne and Ross are now online at Cork Past and ...


Feb 24, 2009 ... texts. Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne, and Ross: Taken from Diocesan and Parish ... by William Maziere Brady. Published 1864.