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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: December 23, 2010 at 09:12:18
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 387


[sent December 21]

Today is December 21st. On this date in 1943, Australian Aircrew Sergeant
D. J. Aherne of Sydney, New South Wales, had his picture taken picking up
Christmas mail from home at the base post office R.A.A.F. Headquarters in
London. See photo at http://cas.awm.gov.au/item/UK0876. For more, see
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~aherns/ahcrim.htm#auswarpics
for a list of Aherns in the Australian War Memorial collection of
Photographs of Australians at War.

The Ahern obituary page has now passed the 4,325 mark. The most recent new
obituary is for Patrick J. Ahern of Cleveland, Ohio, 5 December 2010. The
earliest new obituary is for John Ahearn of New Brunswick, New Jersey,
7 March 1906.

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

- Thomas Ahern, of New Brunswick, NJ, sees Dr. Kelly, a New York
specialist, to repair injury to his hand, 7 October 1903; brings suit
against Dr. Janeway for alleged unskillful treatment of original injury
in 1902, 10 October 1904; loses suit against Janeway, 14 October 1904;
charged with assaulting a witness against him in Janeway trial,
9 November 1904
- U. S. Navy pilot Lt. J. F. Ahearn, from Framingham, Massachusetts, and
his ten man crew rescued by submarine after ditching their bomber in the
Pacific 170 miles Southwest of Honolulu, 11 May 1957
- David O'Hearn and his three daughters, of Methuen, Massachusetts, bundle
up as temperatures plunge to single digits while the gas company tries
to repair a leak that shut down service to 950 customers, 11 December 2010
- Frank M. A'Hearn, of Greenville, Pennsylvania, recalls measuring a tree
on the old homestead in Mapleton sixty years ago when he was but
11-years-old, 14 January 1953
- Syracuse, New York policeman Patrick Ahern, received minor burns as he
attempted to rescue three children from a burning house, 5 August 1976
- Patricia Ahearn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Ahearn, of Bennington,
Vermont, is freshman at Hitchcock Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in
Hanover, New Hampshire, 5 September 1973
- The Tom Ahern who was sued for divorce by his wife, Ellen in the Fort
Wayne Sentinel of 30 July 1883, is not the Thomas Ahern who is a
saloonkeeper in Bloomingdale, 31 July 1883; jury finds for the
defendant, Tom Ahern, in suit for "surety of the peace" by his wife,
Ellen, 26 November 1884; Tom Ahern runs Northside lunchroom in Fort
Wayne, 19 September 1879 and 22 October 1884
- Deirdre, Hazel, David and Tanya Aherne, from Crosshaven, County Cork,
enjoyed the circus in Carrigaline, 1 May 1993
- Thomas Aherne at Ballineen, County Cork petty sessions charged with
assaulting William Brien, who is likewise charged with assaulting Thomas
Aherne, 19 November 1892
- On Christmas Day John M. Ahern, of Clonavrick near Macroom, County Cork,
reported that he had been shot at by his cousin, Eugene Ahern in a
dispute arising from possession of a farm by Andrew Ahern, 31 December 1892
- 90 acres granted to James Ahern, at Bathurst Plains, New South Wales,
20 September 1839; having been convicted for cattle stealing, a hearing
was held to determine if these lands should be forfeit to the Crown,
thus dispossessing his wife and four infant daughters, 11 September 1840;
jury found Aherne to be seized and his land forfeit, 15 September 1840
- David Ahearn found guilty of treason at Waterford, Ireland, 7 July 1762;
executed 22 July 1762
- Edward J. Ahern, of Naugatuck, Connecticut, returned from an auto trip
to Massachusetts and New York, 29 August 1914; engaged to Marguerite E.
Fogarty of Ridgefield, 20 October 1914; Edward and Marguerite return
from their honeymoon, 23 November 1914; newleyweds spend first Christmas
in Ridgefield, 26 December 1914
- Dennis Ahern, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, injured while coupling freight
cars on the Grand Rapids and Indiana R.R., 13 November 1898; recovering
in hospital, 14 November 1898
- 10-year-old Eugene O'Hern stabbed by Italian fruit peddler in Chicago,
25 July 1931
- John W. O'Hearn, of North Adams, Massachusetts, complained to Police
that someone drove a car all over his lawn, 13 September 1977
- San Francisco saloonkeeper Andrew Ahern finds friends dead body in his
bed, 4 July 1900
- Captain George Patrick Ahern appointed to a committee to find a suitable
location for a leper colony in the Philippines, 25 April 1901

The Ahern Family Genealogy Website
http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~aherns/


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