Mallon is a surname that may refer to:

  • Andy Mallon, Irish Gaelic footballer
  • Bill Mallon
  • Brian Mallon
  • Dave Mallon
  • George Mallon
  • George H. Mallon (1877–1934), officer in the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the World War I.
  • Gui Mallon
  • Henry Neil Mallon
  • Jim Mallon
  • Mary Mallon
  • Meg Mallon
  • Ray Mallon
  • Ryan Mallon
  • Seamus Mallon (born August 17, 1936), Irish politician and former Deputy Leader of the nationalist Social Democratic and Labour Party in Northern Ireland
  • Thomas Mallon
  • Feardorcha Ó Mealláin
  • Henry Ó Mealláin
  • Tarlach Ó Mealláin

Read more about Mallon:  Other Uses

Other articles related to "mallon":

Andy Mallon - Playing Career - Inter-county
... Mallon made his Armagh Senior debut in a 2003 National League game against Donegal ... In 2005 Mallon helped Armagh win the National League - with Mallon playing an excellent game in the final against Wexford ... Mallon was awarded an All Star for his performances that season ...
George Mallon
... George Mallon (May 20, 1865 - January 13, 1928) was an editor for The Sun (New York) from Malone, New York ... George Barry Mallon was the son of M.S ... and Martha Elizabeth Barry Mallon ...
Mallon - Other Uses
... Mallon Building This page or section lists people with the surname Mallon ... If an internal link intending to refer to a specific person led you to this page, you may wish to change that link by adding the person's given name(s) to the link ...
Mallon Building
... The Mallon/Minkert building, at the northeast corner of Montgomery and Bill streets in Francesville, Indiana was built by local businessman John H ... Mallon in 1899 ... Mallon came to Francesville from Morgan County, Indiana in 1865, and in 1868 began to clerk with Samuel Reishling, who is credited as having begun the second-ever business in the town ...
George Mallon - Career As A Journalist
... In 1888 Mallon joined The Sun, being promoted to assistant city editor in 1895 and city editor in 1903 ... When the United States entered World War I Mallon started a weekly newspaper in New Jersey called War Thrift ... Mallon was a popular after dinner speaker when he was president of the Dutch Treat Club and as an associate of the Amherst Alumni Association ...