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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: July 15, 2009 at 07:02:29
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 387

[sent July 14]

Today is July 14th. On this day in 1924, 41-year-old Catherine Theresa
Ahearn, from Passage West, Cork, was naturalized in Somerville, Mass. See for an index of
Aherns naturalized in the states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont.

See for an
index to Aherns mentioned in the Registry of Deeds in Dublin. This is
taken from the Registry of Deeds Index Project and is not a complete list
of all Aherns in the Registry records. Anyone with an Ahern record from
the Registry is invited to contribute it to the database at the project
website. You can also go there to search other surnames.

The Ahearn obituary page has now passed the 3,675 mark. The earliest new
obituary is for James Ahern, a 50-year-old native of Ireland who was
killed when he stepped out a second-story window in San Francisco,
mistaking it for a door when he awoke in the night, 6 June 1888. The most
recent new obituary is for Dennis W. Ahearn, of Brighton, Michigan, who
was killed in an automobile accident, 23 June 2009.

The following new stories have been added to the Aherns in the News page:

- 55-year-old Dennis William Ahearn killed in auto accident in Ann Arbor,
Michigan, 19 June 2009
- 16-year-old Charles F. O'Hearn survives collapse of building owned by
his father, Daniel in Chicago, 22 June 1885
- William Ahearn of Abington, Massachusetts fined for selling illegal
spirits, 22 August 1884
- John Ahearn, of Charlestown, Massachusetts, loses a friend overboard
while on a sailing trip, 29 June 1884
- Ex-Senator Henry Dawes, of Pittsfield, Massachusetts, leaves $200 to his
coachman, Patrick O'Hearn, 12 February 1903
- 15-year-old Thomas Ahern of St. Louis, Missouri shot through the heart
by a 13-year-old friend, 19 May 1893
- Lawrence Ahern arrested with four others in the killing of a man in a
fight in New York City, 9 August 1893
- Junkboatman John Ahern crushed to death between two barges in New York
harbor, 11 March 1893
- New York City fireman Thomas J. Ahearn promoted to Chief, 1 January 1893
- 7-year-old Thomas Ahearn, of Brooklyn, and four other boys in hospital
after drinking two quarts of stolen whiskey, 21 October 1894
- Edmund Walshe of Kingstown (Dun Laoghaire) County Dublin, leaves his
niece Sallie Ahern 80 pounds in a trust to be distributed to the poor,
24 April 1895
- Cork Butter Market Trustee William Ahern explains how a dairy farmer can
profit by making cheese instead of butter, 27 September 1919
- John Ahearn, of Charlestown, Massachusetts, charged with breaking into
into the premises of his former employer, a carpet cleaner in
Somerville, 27 March 1901
- John Ahearn, of Boston's North End, charged with robbing a sailor,
26 May 1892
- P. M. Ahearn at a sociable of the Aetna Base Ball Club in South Boston,
14 December 1886
- John Ahearn of Revere, Massachusetts, won the 100-yard dash at the
Immaculate Conception parish picnic, 27 July 1894
- John Ahern of Concord, New Hampshire, elected a delegate to the
Republican district committee, 23 April 1892
- Lucy Anne Thompson sued Patrick and Michael Ahearne to recover lands of
Knockmaclough, located between Listowel and Castleisland in County
Kerry, 1 December 1881
- Robert Aherne of Cork City arrested and charged with taking part in a
raid on the Civic Guard station at Carrigtwohill, 19 November 1926;
released after hearing at Midleton District Court, 3 December 1926
- William Ahern arrested in Cork City, charged with having committed a
murder at Ballinvushig 12 years previous, 24 September 1811, 14 October
1811; found guilty of manslaughter, 3 April 1812
- M. Ahern ships 160 pigs from Cork to Bristol, England, 29 March 1819
- Patrick Ahern won first place in the ploughing match at Carigoline,
County Cork, 3 April 1821
- Della Ahearn married Daniel S. McLean in New York City, 16 January 1890
- lightweight boxer Ed Ahearn in custody after opponent dies in St. Louis
fight, 19 September 1889
- Michael and John Ahearn, of East Weymouth, Massachusetts, take part in
a brawl between several Irish and a gang of knife-weilding Italians,
18 May 1885
- UMass-Boston police officer Jerry Ahern helps rescue five people from
sinking boat in Dorchester Bay, 18 March 1990
- alleged housebreaker Gerald F. Ahern, of Stoneham, Massachusetts,
critically injured in car crash during police chase, 11 August 1988
- Joseph Ahern to open new restaurant on Newbury Street in Boston, Mass.,
5 April 1988
- John Ahearn charged with stealing over 300 pair of trousers from a
second-hand clothing store in Boston, Mass., 20 September 1894
- Civil War veteran John Ahearn, of Salem, Mass., at home with four broken
ribs, 25 November 1897
- Mrs. John Ahearn of Portland, Maine, visiting relatives in Lewiston,
Maine, 13 July 1895
- Marc Ahearn, of Bangor, Maine, charged with driving under the influence,
12 July 2009
- Thomas Aherne receives license to sell wines and spirits at The Queen's
Arms in Hobart, Tasmania, 3 February 1841; charged with selling
unwholesome liquor, 1 March 1845; entitled to vote in the Electoral
District of Hobart, 30 April 1856. It may be worth noting that
shows that a Thomas Aherne arrived in New South Wales on the Argyle in
1841. Whether or not he could have taken over a pub license in Tasmania
within the year is speculative as the Argyle would have had to have
landed in January.

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