Inscription 16150963 - George Mayo

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George

Mayo

1806

M

Hawkesbury District, New South Wales

Australia

21 Feb 1867

60?

7631/1867

Mayo vault

Garry Newton

The MAYO family vault here, is the final resting place of John MAYO and his wife Mary Ann (nee EZZEY), John's mother Mary (nee WELDON) and his brother George, 4 of their sons (William, George, Thomas, and Joseph), 3 of their daughters (Mary Anne WINTLE, Elizabeth, and Lydia Anne McKINNON), a son-in-law (Arthur McKINNON) and a grandson (Burton McKINNON). - George Mayo did not marry and according to information supplied by a member of the Mayo Family, he was a pit-sawyer and was found dead in the bush where he had been working. He died 21/2/1867 and was buried at St. Peter's Richmond in the Mayo Family Plot. From statements made by the Family at the time of John Mayo jnr's death, it would appear that "Woodbine" orchard had been a Grant made to George Mayo, which he did not take up, but his younger brother did so in his place, however we have not investigated this claim at the present time, but we do know the name of John Mayo appears on the Parish Map as being the original Grantee.

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John

Mayo

Mary

Weldon

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