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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: October 26, 2010 at 13:26:07
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 387

[sent October 25th]

Today is October 25th. According to an index of Aherns in Minnesota Death
Records at Anna
Ahern of Chippewa County, Minnesota died on this day in 1966. She had been
born in Minnesota on November 30, 1882 and her mother's maiden name was

The Ahern obituary page has now passed the 4,225 mark. The earliest new
obituary is for Ella G. Ahern, of Washington, DC, daughter of Bartholomew
and Ellen Ahern, 2 March 1880. The most recent is from today for Virginia
D. "Ginny" (Denny) Ahern of Melrose, Massachusetts.

The following news stories have been added to the Ahern website.

- William F. Ahern of Oakland, California, receives a Papal Blessing,
13 November 1912
- at the Ballina, Co. Mayo Petty Sessions, James Ahearn, J.P., presented
lifesaving medals to two policemen who rescued people from a fire,
21 November 1914
- John Aherne found guilty at Cork City of defrauding his employer, the
Clyde Shipping Company, sentenced to six months' imprisonment, 13 May 1924
- Miss Marie Dolan visited Miss Winifred Ahern in Lafayette, Indiana,
25 May 1912
- William Ahern of Anaconda, Montana, appointed administrator of estate of
Col. T. O'Leary, 9 June 1912
- Mrs. L. M. and Miss Louise Ahern, attend reception for Miss Martha
Norris, bride-elect of James Carey Ahern in Atlanta, Georgia, 28 July 1921
- Patrick Ahearn charged with larceny in New York City, 4 June 1872
- Michael Ahern sentenced to 2 1/2 years for burglrary in New York City,
21 October 1874
- two buildings owned by Edward Ahern in Halifax, Nova Scotia, destrpyed
by fire, 10 August 1878
- Mary Ahern obtained lodgings for the night in the Montreal Central
Police Station, 10 April 1873
- J. O'Hearn of Leonard Street, New York City, on list of draftees for
Union Army, 26 August 1863
- how John Francis "Bunny" Ahearne, who had never been on skates in his
life, came to be the President of the International Ice Hockey
Federation, 10 January 1970
- Cornelius Joseph Aloysius Ahern awarded second class honors in
matriculation exam at the University of Melbourne, 7 January 1888
- James Aloysius Ahern, of Geelong, Victoria, executor of will of Mary
Teresa (Dignam) Ahern, 1 February 1922
- reports of Philip Ahern driving cattle between various stations in
Queensland, Australia, 3 January 1891; 6 May 1892; 15 September 1893;
10 August 1894; 3 September 1897; 1 July 1898; 5 August 1898;
28 January 1901
- Loretta Catherine Ahern, of Oakland, California, to wed Richard F. Ryan,
23 February 1900
- George Calvert Ahern, of Santa Barbara, California, killed in action in
France, 9 November 1918
- Henry L. Ahern, of Fruitvale, California, sought to divorce his wife,
Verona, 21 March 1910
- Bess Ahern of Independence, Iowa, visited Albert Lea, Minnesota,
27 August 1913
- stabbing affray at Jerry Ahern's saloon in Hartford, Connecticut,
3 February 1866
- Mrs. Rose E. Ahern wed Henry Jones in Chicago, 8 June 1879, 15 June 1879
- Frank O'Hearn held on a charge of murder at Granville, Wisconsin,
30 November 1879
- Lieutenant George Patrick Ahern in landing operation in Cuba,
20 July 1898
- William R. Ahern married Bernice M. Stigile in Wilmington, Delaware,
with William's sister, Jean M. Ahern as maid of honor, 15 December 1940;
Jean sick at home with the grippe, while William and Bernice spend
Christmas with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Thomas,
along with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ahern, 29 December 1940
- Judith Carol Ahern, daughter of William and Bernice, of Wilmington,
Delaware, celebrates third birthday, 3 November 1946
- fatal stunt jump from Roy Ahearn's air plane in Vero Beach, Florida,
19 April 1926
- Frederick A. Ahern and the Irish Free State team place third in the
International Military Team Jumping competition at the Chicago Fair
Horse Show, 23 October 1933
- marriage license issued to Mary O'Hearn and Michael P. Kenny of
Alexandria, Virginia, 23 April 1880
- B. J. H. Ahern's building in Wilmington, North Carolina, destroyed by
fire, 13 April 1880
- Timothy O'Hearn burned to death in a mill fire in Cohoes, New York,
11 January 1879
- Dennis O'Hearn, of Somerville, Massachusetts held on charges he stole a
horse and wagon in Brighton, 12 August 1880
- 17-year-old Lillian Ahearn, of Chicago, runs away with 18-year-old
William F. Havens after he stole $5,000 from his employers. They were
traced to Flescher, North Dakota and returned to Chicago, where Lillian
was sent to a convent, 24 September 1907
- a young man named Ahearn, from Russeltown, County Tipperary, found
drowned in the river Suir near Kilnemack, 9 August 1916
- Vincent Ahearne from Shillelagh, County Wicklow has another joke,
20 September 1913
- Ed O'Hern, station agent for the Missouri-Kansas & Texas Railroad at
Denison, Texas, declines a transfer to Emporia, Kansas, 13 November 1902
- Michael Ahearn found guilty of causing the death of Joseph Barling while
robbing him in New York City, 20 May 1884
- John Ahern found guilty of stealing oranges from an orchard in Brisbane,
Australia, 24 April 1888
- the Rev. John Aherne married Richard Bede Adrain to Elizabeth O'Brien at
St. Stephen's Cathedral, Brisbane, Australia, 14 September 1878

The Ahern Family Genealogy Website

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