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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: September 05, 2010 at 06:45:38
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 387

[sent September 4th]

Today is September 4th. Brian Ahearn from Connecticut is supposed to be
getting married today in Boston, but according to an article in the Boston
Globe the other day, plans for a reception aboard a yacht touring Boston
Harbor were in a state of flux with the anticipation of Hurricane Earl.
Sitting here now, about an hour's drive west of Boston, there is no sign
of any hurricane. In fact, a little breeze would be welcome in this heat.
I can only imagine that Brian's Ahearn luck will come through and he and
his bride will have great day.

See for
Ahern baptisms in the parish records of St. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh,
County Cork. Thanks to Colman Ahern for the extraction.

The obituary page has now passed the 4,125 mark. The earliest new obituary
is from 5 October 1934 for Tom Ahern, of Butte, Montana, who was killed
dynamiting a tree stump on his brother Jack's ranch at Loweth. In addition
to his brother Jack, he left two sons, Ralph and Raleigh, a daughter,
Ciaretta, a sister, Mrs. Bruce DeLong of Tarkio, and his mother, Mrs.
Anna Karr. The most recent new obituary is for John Francis "Jack" Ahern
of Christmas Creek, Queensland, Australlia, 26 August 2010.

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

- Danny Ahern, co-owner of the Iron Horse Pub in Wichita Falls, Kansas,
organizes benefit concert, 27 November 2007
- special prosecutor appointed to try criminal mischief allegations
against former candidate Brian Ahern of Placerville, Colorado,
9 November 2007
- Mike Ahern and his wife, Karen keep family tree farm in Plymouth, New
Hampshire a century-long tradition, 25 November 2007
- Mrs. Maude Ahern of Clarkesville, Tennessee witnessed decapitated bodies
of victims of Sandinista rebels in Nicaragua, 19 April 1931
- Thomas O'Herron of Steubenville, Ohio, injured in train wreck in
Coshocton, Ohio, 19 May 1893
- undergraduate John L. Ahern addresses banquet of Cornell Daily Sun board
at Ithaca, New York, 29 May 1892; elected treasurer of Democratic Club
at Cornell, 16 October 1894; commencement speaker at his graduation,
28 May 1894
- Michael Ahern charged at the Castleconnell Petty Sessions in County
Limerick with having intimidated two men from working at the Clareville
Mills, 7 April 1883
- Miss Margaret Ahern of Anaconda, Montana is Thrift Stamp Contest winner,
10 September 1918
- John Ahern of Butte, Montana, drove his mother to Livingston for medical
attention, 14 July 1929
- Peter and Joseph Ahern of Ballymakeogh, Co. Tipperary, appear before the
Land Commission Court at Nenagh to appeal the valuation of their land,
7 December 1881; findings of the Court fix the rent to be assessed,
8 December 1881
- mail carrier Cornelius J. Ahern of Des Moines, Iowa, is owed $238.52 in
overtime pay, 29 May 1896
- Timothy Ahern of Brisbane, Australia, issued license to repair a pub,
19 April 1860; advertises his hotel, the St. Patrick Tavern in Brisbane,
Australia, 14 July 1860; granted a publican's license, 18 April 1861;
his widow. Mary Ann, applies for transfer of the publican's license for
the hotel, 17 August 1861; license transfer granted, 4 September 1861;
Widow Ahern fined for selling liquor after hours, 4 October 1861;
granted a license for St. Patrick's Tavern, 20 May 1863
- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ahern of Holyoke, Massachusetts, were guests of
Richard Martin in Acton, 29 April 1965
- Elizabeth Ahern exhibited her collograph prints at the Memorial Acton, Mass., 10 June 1971
- Arthur Ahearn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ahearn of Wilmington,
Massachusetts, to marry Miss Marilyn Otis, 20 July 1951
- Thomas Ahearn of Oakland, California, fined for being drunk, 6 September
1875; married Annie Ward, 27 April 1895
- John Beatty and Katie Ahearn were married in San Francisco, California,
25 March 1889
- Civil War veteran Peter Ahern returned to the Soldiers Home in Togus,
Maine, after a furlough to Boston, 26 July 1905; granted furlough to
Boston, 19 June 1908
- James Ahearn of Chelmsford, Massachusetts finds neighbor stricken by
heart attack while shovelling snow, 26 January 1949
- Mary Ahearn of Chicago trying to locate her brother, Peter Egan, whose
last address was in Oakland, California, 4 April 1898
- Maurice Ahern was fined $10 in South Boston Municipal Court for
malicious mischief, 30 January 1889
- James E. Ahern installed as financial secretary of the Carpenters and
Joiners union in Boston, Massachusetts, 17 December 1890
- Patrick Ahern killed excavating building material from a quarry on his
farm at Derreen, Athea, County Limerick, 8 July 1916
- Mrs. W. Lloyd Ahern and Master W. D. Lloyd Ahern were passengers on
Royal Mail Steamer departing from Kingstown, Co. Dublin, 10 October 1913
- John Ahern charged with unlawful assembly and illegal drilling at
Bridgetown, County Clare, 19 March 1918
- Constable Patrick W. Ahern of the Dublin Metropolitan Police retired
from the force and returned to his native Limerick, 20 April 1918
- Major David Ahern, of the 11th Field Ambulance, Royal Army Medical
Corps, awarded a Bar to his previously awarded Distinguished Service
Order for action in Arras, France, 7 February 1919
- Vincent Ahearne, of Shillelagh, County Wicklow, tells jokes, 13 and 20
August 1910
- Charles Ahearn and his vaudeville company performed in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania, 31 October 1922
- home of Commandant Joseph Aherne, Secretary of the Young Ireland
Association of Cork Branch of the United Ireland Party, raided by armed
men calling themselves the "Broy Harriers", 14 November 1933
- Jeremiah Ahern charged with assault and battery in Somerville,
Massachusetts, 1 December 1905
- 13-year-old Johnnie Ahearn runs away from home in New York City, his
mother, Mrs. Catherine Ahearn searching the streets for him for several
days before he is found, 4 December 1892
- Patrick Ahearn of Brisbane, Australia, witness against John Thomas
charged with furious riding so as to endanger the safety of foot
passengers, 15 February 1864
- a trip report of Major George Patrick Ahern of Manila demonstrates that
it is possible for an ordinary traveller to circle the globe for under
$1,000, 13 April 1909
- John Ahern, of Logansport, Indiana visited his mother in Lafayette,
7 September 1889
- divorce of Ellen Ahern vs. William Ahern referred to the Court in San
Francisco, 15 December 1874
- Daniel Ahern, former chief of police of Kansas City, escaped from mental
hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, 21 July 1910
- Miss Ann Ahern of Chicago visited Champaign, Illinois, 16 November 1928
- Brian Ahearn anticipates arrival of Hurrican Earl in Boston on his
wedding day, 2 September 2010
- In Killarney, County Kerry, William Ahern protests the arrest of young
girls for selling flags at a Gaelic League festival which had been
banned by the authorities, 21 June 1919

The Ahern Family Genealogy Website

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