George Muckaway

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George Muckaway

Also Known As: "Mudgway"
Birthplace: Lenham, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Death: Died in Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Cause of death: Suicide by hanging
Place of Burial: Lower Hutt, Lower Hutt City, Wellington, New Zealand
Immediate Family:

Son of Richard Muckaway and Ann Mudgway
Husband of Ann Mudgway and Elizabeth Mudgway
Father of Edmund Mudgway; Benjamin Mudgway and George Mudgway
Brother of Louisa Cracknell; Edmund Muckaway; Charles Muckaway; Stephen Muckaway; Olive Anderson and 3 others

Managed by: Gloria Donna Sattler
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November 16, 1816
Lenham, Kent, England, United Kingdom
August 9, 1840
Age 23
Maidstone, Kent, England
June 24, 1841
Age 24
Wellington, New Zealand

Catherine Stewart Forbes Ship: 457 tons Captain: John Hobbs Surgeon Superintendent: Joseph Abbott Sailed 1:30pm London, Gravesend 5th Feb 1841 - arrived Port Nicholson 24th June 1841

December 18, 1843
Age 27
December 7, 1847
Age 31
July 17, 1849
Age 32
Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, New Zealand
Age 75
Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand BDM Registration 1892/100

October 28, 1903
Age 86
Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Wellington, This Day. George Mudgway, an old age pensioner, aged 88, committed suicide at the Hutt this morning by hanging.

(Manawatu Standard, 28 October 1903)

October 29, 1903
Age 86
Lower Hutt, New Zealand

An inquest was held at the Hutt yesterday afternoon, before the District Coroner (Mr. Ashcroft), on the death of the late Mr. George Mudgway. Evidence was given that the deceased rose shortly after 4 o'clock yesterday morning, and about two hours later was found hanging by the neck outside a shed near his house, and it was evident that he had committed suicide. He was to have been examined by Dr. M'Arthur, S.M., yesterday relative to his old-age pension and his connection with the transfer of some property. He had only a life interest in the cottage in which he lived. A verdict of Suicide while Temporarily Insane was returned.

(Evening Post, 29 October 1903)

Lower Hutt, Lower Hutt City, Wellington, New Zealand