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Sir John 
McMahon
ante 1775 - 1817


Sir John 
McMahon
, The Treble Almanac 1812 (Dublin) lists him in House of Commons section: Aldeburgh, Suffolk John McMahon, esq; privy-purse, secretary and keeper of the privy seal; and council seal to the Prince of Wales; a counsellor of State and auditor of the duchy of Cornwall, and receivor and Paymaster of the Royal Bounty to Officers Widows, (Charles st, St. James's, and at Carlton House) eldest son, by his father's 1st wife.

Born: ante 1775Baptised:
Died: 12th Sep 1817Buried:
Family:
McMahon

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1.
Sir John 
McMahon
ante 1775 - 1817
2.
 

Siblings


1.
Mary 
McMahon

2.
Catherine 
McMahon

3.
Anne 
McMahon

4.
Sir Thomas 
McMahon
* post 1776
5.
Rt.Hon.Sir William 
McMahon
(
Barston
,
Shaw
) 1776 - 1837

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ante 1775Born
7th Aug 1817
Sir John 
McMahon
ante 1775 - 1817 inherited the title
McMahon
  [Bt]
12th Sep 1817Died
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