Jack Brass Brady

Brady served in both China and the Western Front during the Great War, earning a Distinguished Service Cross for his bravery. He is rumored to have acquired a lengthy police record after the war, ending in a murder charge. Roger Carlyle is said to have taken an interest in the case, aiding in Brady's defense. Brady subsequently took on the role of Carlyle's bodyguard, spokesman and right-hand man.

He disappeared with the rest of the Carlyle Expedition in 1919. He was last confirmed seen in Nairobi, Kenya. Reports exist of Brady in Hong Kong in 1928.

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*Notes about Jack Oriel "Brass" Brady

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