Andrew Mahon

Born:1797 In:  Ballymote, Sligo, Ireland
Died:July 17 1889 (at age ‎~92‏)In:  Windsor NSW The Hospital


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Immediate family

Elizabeth SHERRINGHAM [Convict] (born Davis/Russell)
His wife
James Mahon
His son
Edward Charles Mahon (Adopted)
His son
Eleanor Ann Mahon
His daughter
Catherine Elizabeth Griffiths (born Mahon)
His daughter
Caroline Mahon
His daughter
Martha Kennedy (born Mahon)
His daughter
Thomas George Mahon
His son
Thomas Mahon
His father
Elizabeth Mahon (born Byrne)
His mother
Francis Mahon
His brother
Thomas Mahon
His brother


From 1818

Personal info

Languages spoken: Irish
Height: 5 foot 5 inches

Source citations

Source: WikiTree
Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Andrew Mahon
Gender: Male
Birth: Circa 1797 - Ballymote, Sligo, Ireland
Marriage: Oct 9 1862 - Windsor, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 6 1889 - Windsor, New South Wales, Australia
Father: Thomas Mahon
Mother: Elizabeth Byrne
Wife: Elizabeth Davis
Children: Edward MahonEleanor Ann MahonCaroline MahonJames MahonMartha MahonThomas George MahonCatherine Mahon

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:
Andrew Mahon
Birth names: Andrew Mahoney_or_MahonAndrew Mahon
Gender: Male
Birth: 1797 - Ballymote, County Sligo, Ireland
Marriage: Spouse: Elizabeth Davis Russell - Oct 9 1862 - St Matthew's Catholic Church, Windsor, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 17 1889 - Windsor, New South Wales, Australia
Burial: July 19 1889 - St Gregories R/C, Kurrajong, New South Wales, Australia
Parents: Thomas Mahon, Elizabeth Mahon (born Byrne)
Wife: Elizabeth Davis Russell
Children: Martha Mahon, Catherine Elizabeth Shelton (born Mahon), Martha Mahon, Edward Charles Mahon, Thomas George Mahon
Brother: Andrew Mahon
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Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: July 27 1889
Citation text:

Australian Town And Country Journal (Sydney, NSW)
Publication: July 27 1889 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Text: " the Windsor Hospital on Thursday night, shortly after ll o'clock, of AndrewMahon, a very old íesident of the Kurrajong, from which place he was broiight five days ago suffering from decay. He was 96 years ... And there they died. . And the creek of life goes winding on/ Wandering by, And bears for ever its course upon, . A f»rmr» UTI ri n. srioYi HENRY LAWSON. Sydney. :? . ? j Deaths of Windsor Residents. ."^VlMDSOB, July ... 19.-Yesterday afternoon anin piast was held on the body of Alfred Pye, who . died suddenly on Wednesday» Death took place, it ápj.ears, while he was engaged in laying some t-rabs in a pigstye ... . The medical evidence dis ci, sed that death was the result of syncope, e.uibcd by over exertion, in..."
About this sourcePublisher: Sydney, N.S.W. : Frank and Christopher Bennett, 1870-1919. Description: v. ; 43 cm. Notes: Also available on microfilm. Milson's Point, N.S.W. : W. & F. Pascoe Ltd. Aug. 13, 1892 issue available on microfilm : Ebco, Artarmon, N.S.W. Life Dates: Jan. 8, 1870-June 25, 1919. Also Titled: Town and country journal Place: Australia New South Wales Sydney.

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: July 19 1889
Citation text:

Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
Publication: July 19 1889 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Text: "...identities hnvo oc- curred this week: On Tuesday Mis. Roberts, aged over 70, and to-day Thursday, Mrs. Caddnn, a nativo of Windsor, Mr. Phipp«, and AndrewMahon, aged 96. The lattor diod nt tho Windsor ... waterworks aro to bo handed over to tho council shortly. KEMPSEY, Thursday. A man named Hutt had his nrm crushed in a saw- mill at tho Bclling&r. Ho was driven to tho Koinpsoy Hospital in s cart a distance ... of 75 miles. Dr. Cape- mont amputated the urni on Sunday, but the man died on Tuesday. A man named Bell jumped off tho East Kempsey punt lost night and was drowned. Ho had been drinking. Tho last ... hospital, to which he was admitted a fow days ago. An inquost was hold to- day upon tho remains of Alfred Sydney Pye, aged 2S, who died suddenly yesterday, and a vordict..."
About this sourcePublisher: Sydney : Charles Kemp and John Fairfax, 1842- Description: v. ; 59 cm. Notes: Digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers service which allows access to historic Australian newspapers. Also available in print and on microfilm. Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T. : National Library of Australia, 2008- . (Australian newspapers). 1842-1954. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Issued free with Saturday ed.: Good Weekend. The Sydney magazine issued monthly with the Sydney morning herald. From July, 1985 (?) - [1994} Thursday issues in the northern suburbs area included The Northern herald. Life Dates: Vol. 14, no. 1623 (Aug. 1, 1842)- Former Title: Australian free press Sydney herald 1836-0807 Also Titled: Sun-herald Sydney morning herald online Sydney morning herald multi-year cd-rom Sydney morning herald (Weekend Canberra ed.) Place: Australia New South Wales Sydney.

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