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Re: INHERN family of Hartford, CT circa 1900?
Posted by: jamm (ID *****9934) Date: February 19, 2010 at 13:48:50
In Reply to: INHERN family of Hartford, CT circa 1900? by Heather Says of 1358

It took me awhile to figure out this Inhern Family, but according to previous census and Hartford City Directories, their name was Ahern not Inhern. My guess is that the 1900 census taker wrote their name incorrectly. I can post the 1870 and 1880 Hartford Census for Daniel Ahern and his family if you need them.

If you are more interested in Aloysius Inhern, you probably know he's in the Social Security Death Index, born 1904 and died 1986 in Louisiana. You can send for a copy of the SS application he had to fill out in order to get his card, if you need more information about him.

Let me know if you need anything else about the Ahern Family.


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