Born: October 25, 1659, Bandon, County Cork, Ireland.
Died: May 20, 1726, Richmond, Surrey, England.
Buried: St. Mary’s Parish Church, Richmond, Surrey, England.
Brady attended Westminster School; Christ Church, Oxford; and Trinity College.
After ordination, he served for a while in County Cork before moving to London. There he was Vicar of St. Catherine Cree Church (1691–96). He was also chaplain to King William II and Queen Anne.
His collaborative works with Nahum Tate are shown below.
These were followed by several editions over the next few years, a supplement in 1708, and four more editions up through 1740.