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Mary McMahon

b. 1777, d. 7 September 1859
Gravestone for Mary Hogan, Old Black Springs Cemetery, 7 Sep 1859

Birth

Mary McMahon was born in 1777 in Ennis.1,2,3

Parents

FatherDennis McMahon (b. 1750)

Family life

Philip Hogan and Mary McMahon were married on 26 March 1810 at Parish of St John's in Parramatta.1,4,5,6,3 John White and she were married about 1841 in Campbells River.2,4,7,3

Children with Philip Hogan (b. 1766, d. 22 May 1829)

SonMichael Hogan+ (b. 1805, d. about 1841)
DaughterCatherine Hogan+ (b. 1807, d. 19 September 1865)
SonRobert Hogan (b. about 1808, d. about 1842)
SonJames Hogan (b. 1809)
SonHenry Hogan+ (b. 1814, d. 26 October 1865)
DaughterMargaret Hogan+ (b. 1816, d. 1 April 1887)
SonJohn Hogan+ (b. 1817, d. 17 April 1881)
DaughterMary Hogan (b. 1819)
SonDenis Hogan+ (b. 1820, d. 13 March 1866)
DaughterBridget Hogan+ (b. 1824, d. 21 July 1891)

Partner with John White

Migration

Mary McMahon emigrated on 4 November 1802 from Cork, Ireland. She immigrated on 12 May 1803 to Sydney, NSW, Australia. convict ship SS "Rolla"1,8

Residence information

Mary McMahon about 1804 in Cooks River, NSW, Australia. obtained 60 acres4 She lived in Parramatta, NSW, Australia, in August 1806.9 She lived in February 1811.10 She lived in 1817.11 She lived in 1818.12 She lived in 1819.13 She lived in 1820.14 She lived in Liverpool, NSW, in 1822, described as Mary McMahon - wife of Philip Hogan.15 She lived in 1822, described as Mary McMahon - the wife of Philip Hogan of Liverpool.16 She lived in Sydney, NSW, Australia, in September 1823.8 She lived in Sydney, NSW, Australia, in 1825. While she was described as "wife of Philip Hogan", she was living in Sydney and he was at Bringelly.8

Involvement in crime

Mary McMahon was convicted in June 1800 in Clare. She was sentenced to transportation for seven years.10,14 She was granted a certificate of freedom on 7 February 1811.17

Death

Mary McMahon died on 7 September 1859 at age ~82 in Tuglow River.1,2,18 She was buried on 10 September 1859 at Old cemetery in Black Springs.4,18,3

Citations

  1. [S465] "RR: Hogan-McMahon Descendants Chart", unknown author, to James Fleming (Sydney); Fleming Family History Archive, Sydney.
  2. [S466] "RR: Hanrahan-Hogan Descendants Chart", unknown author, Fleming Family History Archive, Sydney.
  3. [S966] Death Certificate, Mary White nee McMahon, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, 3343/1859.
  4. [S467] GM Cashman, Avoca, The Faith of the Pioneers, Black Springs: The Centenary Committee of the Church of St Vincent de Paul, 1988, p 9.
  5. [S954] Marriage Certificate, Philip Hogan and Mary McMahon, 26 March 1810, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW. No 432 Vol 147A.
  6. [S956] Marriage Certificate, Philip Hogan and Mary McMahon, 26 March 1810, Society of Australian Genealogists, NSW. No 296 p77; SAG Reel 55.
  7. [S955] Marriage Certificate, John White and Mary McMahon, 10 Jan 1841, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW. No 3834 Vol 162B.
  8. [S932] Hogan family, Convict and Settlers List 1825 NSW: Hogan family, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1825
  9. [S944] Ryan Mary, Convict Muster 1806 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1806, HO 10/37. Parramatta.
  10. [S945] Mary Ryan, Convict Muster 1811 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1811, HO 10/15
  11. [S947] Mary Ryan, Convict Muster 1817 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1817
  12. [S948] Mary Ryan, Convict Muster 1818 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1818
  13. [S949] Mary Ryan, Convict Muster 1819 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1819
  14. [S950] Mary Ryan, Convict Muster 1820 NSW: Ryan Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1820
  15. [S928] Philip Hogan, Convict Muster 1822 NSW: Hogan Philip, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1822, Liverpool Population Book
  16. [S951] Mary McMahon, Convict Muster 1822 NSW: McMahon Mary, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1822
  17. [S946] Mary Ryan, Certificate of Freedom, (NSW: Colonial Secretary), 7 Feb 1811. Certificate of Freedom register.
  18. [S618] Mary Hogan Gravestone, Old Cemetery, Black Springs; Jim Fleming, 7 Sep 1859.
Last Edited28 November 2018