Person:George Mahon (2)

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George Augustus Mahon
 
d.1899
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Name[1][3] George Augustus Mahon
Gender Male
Marriage 1860 to Rosalie Ann Green
Death[2] 1899

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June 6, 1841 - United Kingdom Census

Fulham, Middlesex, England

Name Male Female Occupation In County
James Mahon 46 Barrister Ireland
Mary Ann Mahon 36 Y
George A. Mahon 12 Y
Emily Mahon 7 Y

Class: HO107; Piece 689; Book: 11; Civil Parish: Fulham; County: Middlesex; Enumeration District: 4; Folio: 9; Page: 12;

March 30, 1851 - United Kingdom Census

St. John's Lodge, Fulham, Middlesex, England

Name Relation Condition Male Female Occupation Place of Birth
James N. Mahon Head Married 56 Barrister Bath, Somerset
Marrianne Mahon Wife Married 46 Westminster, Middlesex
George A. Mahon Son Unmarried 22 Undergraduate at Magdalen Hall, Oxford Richmond, Surrey
Emily Mahon Daughter Unmarried 17 Richmond, Surrey

Class: HO107; Piece: 1471; Folio: 284; Page: 50

April 7, 1861 - United Kingdom Census

Rectory House, Leigh On Mendip, Somerset, England

Name Relation Condition Male Female Occupation Place of Birth
George A. Mahon Head Married 32 Incumbent of Leigh & Master of Arts London, Middlesex
Rosalie Ann Mahon Wife Married 27 Holcombe, Somerset

Class: RG9; Piece: 1652; Folio: 90; Page: 1;

April 2, 1871 - United Kingdom Census

Rectory House, Leigh On Mendip, Somerset, England

Name Relation Condition Male Female Occupation Place of Birth
George A. Mahon Head Married 41 Vicar Of The Parish London
Rosalie A. Mahon Wife Married 36 Wife and Mother Holcombe, Somerset
James A. Mahon Son Unmarried 9 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
George E. Mahon Son Unmarried 9 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Edith M. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 7 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Margaret A. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 4 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Rosalie A. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 2 Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Bernard Mahon Son Unmarried 1 Holcombe, Somerset

Class: RG10; Piece: 2429; Folio: 9; Page: 9;

April 3, 1881 - United Kingdom Census

The Vicarage, Leigh On Mendip, Somerset, England

Name Relation Condition Male Female Occupation Place of Birth
George A. Mahon Head Married 51 Vicar Of The Parish London
Rosalie A. Mahon Wife Married 47 Wife and Mother Holcombe, Somerset
James A. Mahon Son Unmarried 19 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
George E. Mahon Son Unmarried 19 Student of Keble, Oxford Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Edith M. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 17 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Rosalie A. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 12 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Bernard Mahon Son Unmarried 11 Scholar Holcombe, Somerset
Herbert Mahon Son Unmarried 9 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Kathleen M. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 8 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Dorothea Mahon Daughter Unmarried 6 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Madeleine Mahon Daughter Unmarried 4 Scholar Leigh on Mendip, Somerset

Class: RG11; Piece: 2400; Folio: 98; Page: 1

April 5, 1891 - United Kingdom Census

The Vicarage, Leigh On Mendip, Somerset, England

Name Relation Condition Male Female Occupation Place of Birth
George A. Mahon Head Married 61 Clerk in Holy Orders - Vicar London
Rosalie A. Mahon Wife Married 57 Holcombe, Somerset
Rosalie A. Mahon Daughter Unmarried 22 Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Herbert Mahon Son Unmarried 19 Accountant Brewery Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Dorothea Mahon Daughter Unmarried 16 None Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Madeline Mahon Daughter Unmarried 14 Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Cyril Pat Mahon Son Unmarried 8 Leigh on Mendip, Somerset
Ann Green Mother-in-law Widow 83 Annuitant Bratton, Wiltshire

Class: RG12; Piece: 1905; Folio 77; Page 1

References
  1. Mahon, George Augustus, o.s. James Nicholas, of St. Clement Danes, London, Gent. MAGDALEN HALL, matric. 15 Nov., 1848, aged 20; B.A. 1852, M.A. 1856, Vicar of Leigh-on-Mendip, Somerset, since 1860. (Oxford University Alumni 1500-1866)
  2. General Register Office. England and Wales Civil Registration Indexes, Grimsby Registration District, Quarter 3, 1899, Volume 7a, Page 406, Age 70
  3. "In 1858 on a Sunday evening when the Vicar, the Rev. George Augustus Mahon was preaching from the pulpit a man of the village fired a gun at him though one of the windows. The gun was loaded with blood which burst over the Vicar, who fell against a pillar and was stunned. "