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Re: O'Hara/McFadden>Rochester, N.Y. circa 1848
Posted by: Dan Norris Date: April 13, 1998 at 23:24:34
In Reply to: O'Hara/McFadden>Rochester, N.Y. circa 1848 by Mike O'Hara of 94931

Hi! Don't know if it's just coincidence but my gggg grandfathers name is Patrick O'hare,he had a son named Hugh O'hare,he had several children. The son's were named,in order, Herbert (hugh Jr.) ,Martin,John.
The similarity in names suggests a family tie somewhere but hte dates are far off....Hugh Sr. born 1799 so I assume Patrick to be born approx. 1775. Martin ( my gg grandfather ) was born in 1834.It's not impossible that my Patrick was an uncle to your Felix.
Just a thought...what do you think?


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