George Foreman Magee


Platelayer employed by North Eastern Railway (N.E.R.C)


12 Wenlock Road South Shields

Evidence of Identification

Michael Magee, engine driver, said the deceased George Foreman Magee was his son. Recognised a pocket knife amongst the property found on the railway

Death Register 

George Foreman Magee Birth Date Abt. 1874 Date of Registration March 1916 Aged 42 Registration district S/S Durham Volume 10a page 902

1911 Census 

Michael Magee   Loco engine driver                                               Aged 61

Mary Jane Magee                                                                                  Aged 61

George Foreman Magee Platelayer for N.E.R.C                          Aged 37

John Magee  Loco Stoker for N.E.R.C                                             Aged 32

Thomas Foster Magee Colliery Labourer                                       Aged 17

Ethel Magee                                                                                            Aged 25

Ada Gertrude Magee                                                                             Aged 21


Additional information

Medal Roll, Thomas Foster Magee, 12/13th Battalion Northumberland Fusilliers, killed in action, France and Flanders 27 April 1918. died of wounds. Medals Victory and British War Medals.