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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: January 23, 2007 at 08:32:52
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 720

Earlier this month a subscriber asked to be taken off this list as they
were only interested in Aherns in Ireland. Admittedly, the focus of late
seems to be more on obituaries and news stories from North America, but
you never know when something related to your own family or locality may
show up. For example, I also got an email this month from someone who saw
the item "Miss Loretta Ahearn of Bridgeport, Connecticut visited William
Martin stationed at Camp Upton in Yaphank, New York, 3 June 1918" and when
they read the full article they discovered that the driver of the car was
her future husband.

I also would like to remind you to check the Ahern bulletin board pages on
sites such as Rootsweb, Genforum, and CousinConnect, all of which have
links from our website's main page.

The Ahern Obituaries page has now passed the 3,225 mark. The earliest new
obituary is for Miss Maggie Ahern, aged 31, daughter of Richard, who died
of consumption in Quincy, Illinois, 26 July 1887. The most recent new
obituary is for Bob Aherne of Dromcollogher, County Limerick, 20 January
2007. See for index.

The Aherns in Ohio page has been updated with an expansion of the index to
Ohio death records from 1913-1937 to 1913-1944 with 41 new records.

Today is January 23rd. On this date in 1948 it was reported that Miss
Grace Ahern of Winnipeg, Manitoba hosted an engagement party for Miss
Jonina Page. Other news stories added to the Ahern website since the last
update include the following:

- Karen Ahern of the Boston Municipal Police Dept. turns in her gun after
failing to make the cut as the department is merged with the Boston
Police Department, 1 January 2007
- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ahern of Everett, Washington, passed through Centralia,
Washington, 9 February 1910
- John P. Ahern in deed of trust to secure properties in Washington, DC
for Michael A. Ahern, 10 August 1906 and 5 August 1909
- Leo J. Ahern was one of eight postal clerks killed when an avalanche
swept a train off the tracks near Wellington, Washington, 4 March 1910
- U. S. Army Lieutenant Leo J. Ahern ordered to Pennsylvania, 12 May 1912;
ordered to Washington, DC, 25 May 1913; anticipating termination,
31 January 1915; ordered to Walter Reed hospital, 27 May 1915
- Michael A. Ahern elected to board of Citizens National Bank in
Alexandria, Virginia, 15 January 1908
- Pope Benedict appoints Monsignor Charles A. O'Hern vice rector of
American College in Rome, 14 May 1916
- Michael Ahern, messenger at Justice Department in Washington DC, returns
to work after illness, 8 March 1914
- Mary Eileen Ahern of Chicago appointed to Illinois Library Extension
committee, 21 October 1910; attends Library convention in Washington,
DC, 29 May 1914
- Dan Ahern of Irish-American Atletic Club of New York wins hop, step and
jump event at national track meet in New Orleans, 16 October 1910
- Rev. Jack Ahern loses baby Jesus and sheep from manger outside St.
Mary's in Brookline, Mass., 4 January 2007
- Michael Y. Ahearn of Port Chester, New York, and his brother, Scott, of
Seaboard Weatherproofing and Restoration Company, oversee renovations at
Bronx Zoo's Elephant House, 31 December 2006
- Scott K. Ahearn of Paxton Massachusetts engaged to Beth A. Larson,
January 26, 2003; married 28 September 2003; divorced 30 July 2006
- Rev. Richard J. Ahern, whereabouts unknown, accused of molesting boys in
the Springfield, Massachusetts diocese, 17 July 2002
- Worcester [Mass.] Polytechnic Institute wrestler Mike Ahearne places
third in New England Division 3 championships, 19 March 1991
- crowds view leaning snowman on Joe O'Hearn's lawn in Vernon, British
Columbia, 27 December 2006
- James F. Ahern and his sister Margaret return to Chicago from tour of
Western states, 14 August 1938
- Mrs. Thomas Ahearn of Ottawa turns first spade of dirt on site of future
statue of Samuel de Champlain, 5 June 1914
- Ted Ahern of Chicago wins relay race for under-8 swimmers at Countryside
YMCA, 12 January 1973
- Rev. John Ahern of Chicago speaks at rally against unethical real estate
practices, 19 May 1971
- Jack Ahern of Park Forest, Illinois going to national Boy Scout
Jamboree, 30 June 1953
- Alice Ahern of Chicago at sorority Christmas party, 17 December 1939
- Chicago Fire Chief Daniel Ahern at explosion of match factory,
20 February 1936
- Mary Ahern of Morgan st., Chicago, has 13th birthday, 7 August 1940
- Jack Ahern is acolyte at first Mass of Rev. Francis Nolan of Chicago,
22 February 1945
- Miss Ethelyn Ahern hosts meeting of Woodshore Junior Women's Club of
Chicago, 10 July 1940
- Lauretta Ahern is ward precinct registrar in Chicago, 29 September 1938
- Albert M. Ahern of Chicago completed training at Camp Pendleton in USMC,
25 May 1966
- Coast Guard Captain James L. Ahern on committee for Chicago Navigation
Day, 2 June 1938
- Miss Catherine Ahern of St. Mary's High School, Chicago, has part in
senior play, 21 April 1938
- Mary Ahern of Chicago in sorority fashion show, 28 April 1938
- Ahearn Equipment Inc., of Spencer, Massachusetts, owned by Timothy J.
Ahearn and his wife, Donna M. Ahearn, nominated for award at power
equipment trade show, 4 November 2005
- Dennis and William Ahern of Bundoora, Victoria, Australia charged with
robbery, 21 January 2007
- Jeremiah Ahern assigned to U. S. Geological Survey office in Los
Angeles, California, 21 November 1891 and 28 February 1892
- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ahern and daughter Louise tenting at Strawberry Valley
in Idyllwild, California, 31 July and 16 August 1903
- Miss Mary Ahern to wed John Kelly in Washington, DC, 5 September 1897
- Chicago boxer Shorty Ahern to fight E. Snyder of Cincinnati, 11 October
1897; loses bout to Jimmy Dewar, 25 March 1902
- bailiff J. G. Ahern of Atlanta, Georgia captures fugitive wanted for
murder, 17 January 1902

See to get the full text
of these and many other stories of Aherns in the news.

The Ahern Family Genealogy Website

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