Born: c. 1782
Patrick Conlon was an emancipated convict who is listed in the 1828 census as working for Palmer at Ginninderra as a 'stockman'.
He had arrived in the colony as a 36-year-old on the Shipley, sentenced for seven years.
Little more is known about him, at this stage.
- Gillespie, L. L., Ginninderra: Forerunner to Canberra, Campbell, 1992
- Meyers D. (ed. K. Frawley), Lairds, Lags and Larrikins: an Early History of the Limestone Plains, Pearce, 2010
- 1828 NSW census and convict transportation records