• Mary Agnes Mahoney

Army / Flying Corps
  • Australian Army Nursing Service
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  • Enlistment - WW1

    Fremantle, WA, Australia

  • Birth

    Latrobe, TAS, Australia

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    • MAHONEY, Mary Agnes (Mollie) - Sister, AANS
    • Posted by FrevFord, Tuesday, 22 March 2016

    Born at Latrobe, Tas – daughter of Cornelius (Con) MAHONEY and Margaret O’HALLORAN – who married in Launceston on the 29/4/1885 Margaret and Cornelius both died in 1923 at Hobart, Margaret on the 15/1/1923, and Cornelius on the 8/3/1923, age 71 [Mollie gave her birth date in her WW1 service record (p.13) as 22/4/1890 – however, her brother Gerald was born on the 24/5/1890 – no birth reg found for her – but another source lists her birth as 2/2/1892] 1916 Address: C/- Mrs Foley, Fairy Mount, French St, Launceston, Tas / 1919: 41 French St, Launceston Siblings: *Matthew John b.25/2/1886; *Timothy Francis b.23/1/1887 Launceston – WW1: Lieut, 40th Bn – KIA 30/8/1918 France (VB Mem); *Gerald William b.24/5/1890 Mersey [source: Birth reg.]; *Michael b.&d.1891; *Cornelius Lawrence (Con) b.16/5/1894 (Mersey) Dulverton, Tas – WW1: Pte 8287, 15th Fld Amb *Eileen Margaret Religion: Roman Catholic Trained at Warrnambool Hospital (3yrs) Member of the RVTNA Private Nursing before enlistment WW1: Enlisted Fremantle, WA and mobilized for Home Service 23/8/1916 Embarked 18/12/1916 on the Kaiser-I-Hind – disembarking Suez 10/1/1917 and TOS of the 14th AGH, Abbassia Sick to hospital 21/5/1917 with Gastro Enteritis – transferred to Convalescent Hospital 24/5/1917 – returning to duty on the 31/5/1917 To be Temporary Sister 4/12/1917 Admitted to the British Red Cross Convalescent Hospital, Bulkely 18/3/1918 – 24/3/1918 Promoted to Sister 11/12/1918 Sick to hospital 17/1/1919 with Facial Neuralgia – transferred to Bulkley Covalescent Hospital 29/1/1919 – and returned to duty 6/2/1919 Appointment terminated 25/3/1919 due to marriage Married Major Edward Theodore PASCOE, AAMC on the 25/3/1919 in the British Consulate, Cairo RTA together 2/8/1919 on the Delta – arriving Melb 3/9/1919 (then on to SA) Children (3): *Margaret Claire b.3/3/1920 “Konetta”, Nth Adelaide; *Tim; *Edward Anthony (Teddy) b.16/5/1927 Waikerie, SA – WW2: RAAF Living Waikerie, SA in 1923, 1927 Died 3/1/1963 Sth Aus Buried Centennial Park Cemetery, SA Edward Theodore PASCOE, (Maj, Dental Corps, AAMC – ex 9th LH) Born 27/1/1883 Adelaide – son of John Dentist Married Gertrude Mary TURNER 18/10/1911 Adelaide – she died 29/10/1916 London WW1: Enlisted 30/9/1914 Embarked 11/2/1915 on A10 Karroo with the 9th LH, B Squad Proceeded to join MEF Gallipoli 16/5/1915 and promoted to Lieut 1/6/15 Anzac Returned to Alexandria on the Soudan 22/7/15 (Diarrhoea) – adm 17 Gen Hosp 23/7/15 – disch to duty 27/7/15 Detailed as Dentist at No. 2 GH, Gezira by order of Lt Col Barrett & transferred to Dental Corps 28/7/15 Malaria 1918 Admitted to the 14th AGH, Pt Said with a fever 23/8/1918 – transferred to Rest Camp 9/9/1918 Died 17/12/1957 SA Warrnambool Standard (Vic), Tue 19 Feb 1918 (p.5): SOLDIER’S LETTER TROOPER D. LIVINGSTONE Mrs Livingstone, of the Wellington-road gatehouse, has received the following letter from her son Trooper Don Livingstone, of the Light Horse Regiment, Cairo:– ……………………………………………………………………. I was in seeing Jim Donovan last Sunday and again to-day. He is doing alright; he got a slight flesh wound in the right arm, …………………………. We were talking to a Sister who served her time in Warrnambool, and had a great yarn with her. Her name is Sister Mahoney; she was off duty yesterday, so I did not see her, but I suppose I will meet her again one of these days. ………………………………. http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/74045466 The Register (Adelaide), Mon 12 May 1919: MARRIAGES PASCOE – MAHONEY – At Cairo, Egypt, Captain Edward T. Pascoe, Dental Corps, A.I.F., to Sister Mahoney, Nursing Staff, A.I.F. The Register (Adelaide), Thur 11 Mar 1920: BIRTHS PASCOE – On the 3rd March, at Konetta, North Adelaide (Sister M.A. Mahoney, late A.I.F.), wife of Major E.T. Pascoe, A.I.F., 91 Hutt street – a daughter (Margaret Claire). The Register (Adelaide), Wed 6 Feb 1924: MOTOR AND SULKY COLLIDED WAIKERIE, February 4 – A collision between a motor car (driven by Mrs E.T. Pascoe) and a sulky containing Mr and Mrs W.O. Newman and Mr H.V. Eyre, occurred on the Ramco road on Sunday. No on was seriously hurt. The shafts of the sulky were broken.