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Matthew Mahon
Birth: 1899
County Dublin, Ireland
Death: Apr. 6, 1943
County Dublin, Ireland

6409428 Rifleman Matthew Mahon.
The Royal Ulster Rifles.
31st Battn.

see 1901 census
In the 1901 census, Matthew Mahon and his mother were living as boarders in the home of Bridget Moran and her family, at 18, The Coombe, Dublin. The building had 10 rooms, and contained 25 persons. 3 of the rooms were occupied by the Moran household, which comprised 11 persons.
Ellen Mahon was a 29 year old widow, whose occupation was "General Dealer".
Matthew, her son, was aged 3.
Both of them had been born in the City of Dublin.

see 1911 census
In the 1911 census, Matthew Mahon was recorded as being 13 years old, living with his mother Ellen Brien [formerly Mahon] in the home of his step-father John Brien, at 11, Fumbally Lane, off Clanbrassil Street, Dublin.
John and Ellen had been married 8 years, and had 1 son who was 5 months old

Matthew died of T.B. leaving behind his wife Elizabeth Mahon nee McMahon. They had seven children.

His son Matthew Mahon jr. was a British soldier in WW2. He died in Germany, and was buried in Reichswald Forest War Cemetery.
He enlisted in the British Army in Belfast.
He was a Private in the 3rd battalion of the Monmouthshire Regiment.
His regiment was part of Operation Market Garden.

Family links: 
  Elizabeth Mc Mahon Mahon (1898 - 1977)*
  Matthew Mahon (1925 - 1945)*
  Elizabeth Mahon Nicholl (1931 - 2008)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Jerome Cemetery and Crematorium
County Dublin, Ireland
Plot: 496-A4
Created by: John
Record added: Apr 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51639840
Matthew Mahon
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Matthew Mahon
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 Added: Mar. 7, 2013
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