Ross MacMahon

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The Most Reverend
Ross Roe MacMahon
Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All-Ireland
Church Roman Catholic Church
See Armagh
In office 1747 — 1748
Predecessor Bernard MacMahon
Successor Michael O'Reilly
Personal details
Born 1698
Enagh, Co. Monaghan
Died 29 October 1748
Previous post Bishop of Clogher

Ross Roe MacMahon (born 1698 in Enagh, Co. Monaghan) was ordained to the priesthood in 1727. He was appointed as Roman Catholic Bishop of Clogher on 8 November 1738 following the appointment of his predecessor, Bernard MacMahon, to the see of Armagh on 8 November 1737.[1] Bishop MacMahon was himself appointed to the same see on 3 August 1747; he died in Armagh on 29 October 1748. Bishop MacMahon served as Bishop of Clogher for just under nine years.


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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Bernard MacMahon
Bishop of Clogher
1738 – 1747
Succeeded by
Michael O'Reilly
Preceded by
Bernard MacMahon
Archbishop of Armagh
1747 – 1748
Succeeded by
Daniel O’Reilly