Born: October 25, 1659, Bandon, County Cork, Ireland.
Died: May 20, 1726, Richmond, Surrey, England.
Brady attended Westminster School, Christ Church, Oxford, and Trinity College. After being ordained, he served as a rector in County Cork before moving on to London. There he was vicar of St. Catherine Cree church for the years 1691-1696. He served as chaplain to King William II and Queen Anne. His collaborative works with Nahum Tate include:
a New Version of the Psalms of David, 1696.
A Supplement to the New Version of Psalms in 1700.
These were followed by several editions over the next few years, a supplement in 1708, and four more editions up through 1740.