McMahon

McMahon

McMahon or MacMahon (old Irish: MacMathghamha modern Irish: MacMathúna) is an Irish surname. Two separate septs arose in Ireland with the surname McMahon.

Read more about McMahon:  Oriel, Thomond, Motto

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Sonia Mc Mahon - Death and Legacy
... On 22 February 2009, Lady McMahon was seriously injured after slipping on the stairs of a luxury pleasure boat owned by her friend, Paul Ramsay ... While in hospital, Lady McMahon had been preparing for an appearance at the Golden Slipper horse racing event at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse on 2 April ... Lady McMahon died aged 77 on 2 April 2010, in Sydney's St Vincent's Private Hospital after suffering from cancer her three children were by her side ...
McMahon - Motto
... The motto of the Thomond sept of the McMahons is "Sic Nos Sic Sacra Tuemur" which means "Thus We Defend Our Sacred Rights." ...
Canadian Football League Attendance - Team Records - Calgary Stampeders
... Date/Year Stadium Result/Games Pre-season game 32,649 Tue 07/02/91 McMahon Stadium Edmonton 21 @ Calgary 25 Regular season game 45,010 Sun 10/29/00 McMahon Stadium Montreal 31 @ Calgary 32 Playoff game 35,650 Sun 11/05. 18 @ Calgary 22 Saskatchewan 20 @ Calgary 16 Grey Cup game (host) 50,035 Sun 11/28/93 McMahon Stadium Edmonton 33 vs ... Winnipeg 23 Total Attendance-Regular season 328,516 2009 McMahon Stadium 9 games (36,502 avg.) Total Attendance-Regular season and playoffs 359,872 2009 McMahon Stadium 10 games (35,987 avg ...
Lylea Mc Mahon
... Lylea Anne McMahon (born 20 November 1971), a former Australian politician, was a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly representing the electoral district of Shellharbour. 23 September 2008 until her resignation in 2011, McMahon also served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Energy and Mineral Resources ... McMahon studied at the University of Wollongong and obtained a Bachelor of Commerce in 1997 and a Masters degree in 2005 ...
Sonia Mc Mahon
... Sonia McMahon, known from 1977 as Lady McMahon (1 August 1932 – 2 April 2010), was the wife of Sir William McMahon, Prime Minister of Australia, and a philanthropist and ...