Below also see: Bridget Bramble, 1876
The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 1 May 1874 1
AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS.
At the Circuit Court to-day John Hartigan, charged with horse-stealing, was acquitted. Charles Reynolds, charged with the killing of John Morris, near Tambaroora, was also acquitted. Patrick Moran, indicted for assaulting, with intent to murder, his wife, at Orange, was convicted of assaulting, with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Mary Thomas, alias Bridget Bramwell, before the Court for wounding William Thompson at Bathurst, was convicted and sentenced to eighteen months’ hard labour in Darlinghurst gaol. The records showed that she had served over eighty sentences.
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Mary Thomas (aka Bridget Bramble), Gaol photo sheet 2
Gaol Photo Sheet - Transcribed Details
Number on Gaol Register: 2088/4
Portrait taken: 22nd May 1874
Prisoner's Name: Mary Thomas
(aka Bridget Bramble)
Native place: Ireland
Year of birth: 1844
Arrived Ship: China
Trade or occupation
Education, degree of: Nil
Colour of hair: Black
Colour of eyes: Grey
Height: 5' 2½"
Weight On committal:
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Bathurst Circuit Court
Seventy seven (77)
18 months HL
Bridget Bramble, 1876
The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 26 Jun 1876 3
CENTRAL POLICE COURT.
Before Messrs Cunninghame, Smart and Aaron.
Thirteen persons were fined for drunkenness.
Bridget Bramble was convicted of having, while drunk, wilfully and indecently exposed herself, and was sentenced to be imprisoned six months.
1 The Sydney Morning Herald, Fri 1 May 1874, p. 5. Emphasis added.
2 SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/14031], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1873-1874, No. 1032, p. 165, R5098.
3 The Sydney Morning Herald, Mon 26 Jun 1876, p. 3.