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Re: Ahern website updates
Posted by: Dennis Ahern (ID *****6169) Date: April 13, 2011 at 13:01:45
In Reply to: Ahern website updates by Dennis Ahern of 387

[sent April 10th]

Today is April 10th. On this date in 1930, John O'Hearn, aged 85, was
buried in Calvary Cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. See
http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~aherns/ahmisrec.htm#stlouis
for a list of Aherns buried in the Catholic Cemeteries of the Archdiocese
of St. Louis.

The Ahern obituary page has passed the 4,450 mark. The most recent new
obituary is for Timothy F. "Tim" Ahern, who left his native County Cork at
the age of 11 and died at Natick, Massachusetts, 6 April 2011. The
earliest new obituary is for Patrick O'Hearne, aged 50, an "honest
man" at Greenmount, Wollombi, New South Wales, 20 February 1850

The following news stories have been added to the website.

- Mrs. T. E. [Emma] Ahern, Mrs. John F. [Julia] Ahern and Miss Mary Ahern
of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, gone to Chicago to attend commencement
exercises of St. Xavier Academy, 19 June 1912
- Frank Ahern arrested as disorderly in Reno, Nevada, 21 July 1938
- Mary, Floyd, and Willard Ahearn, of Titusville, New Jersey Presbyterian
Church bible school to take part in Easter service, 28 March 1934
- Miss Anna Ahern returned to Fallon, Nevada after visiting friends at
Willow Point, 29 May 1935; had appendix out in San Francisco, 13
February 1937; wedding shower, 21 March 1937; Anna, daughter of James
Ahern, married Willard Marke in Fallon, 21 March 1937
- 16-year-old Patrick Ahern of Kansas City, Missouri, reaches Midwestern
semi-finals in national oratory contest, 17 May 1930; wins semi-finals
and trip to Europe, 20 May 1930; found guilty of plagiarism, prize
forfeited, 20 May 1930
- Chicago Police Sergeant Michael Ahern raids "love mart" where young
"party girls" were procured for wealthy and influential men, 15 April 1931
- Chicago Policeman John J. Ahern, former bodyguard to assassinated Mayor
Anton J. Cermak, wounded in saloon shootout with Chicago alderman
Mathias J. Bauler, 20 December 1933
- William Ahern of Chicago arrested for driving on wrong side of street,
causing a head-on collision with another vehicle, 25 November 1927
- 18-year-old Conor Ahern, of Kinsealy, Dublin, ordered to pay fine and
damages for breaking into a car, 24 March 2011
- Bernard Ahern fined $10 for drunkenness at Hyde Park, Massachusetts,
2 January 1905
- Mary Catherine Ahern, sister of Lt. William Bernard Ahern III, of
Madison, Wisconsin, married Michael Joseph Rieder, her sisters Carol
Anne and Joan Ellen Ahern attending, 22 August 1965
- Lt. William Bernard Ahern III, of Madison, Wisconsin, married Mary
Catherine Walter, with sister, Joan Ahern as a bridesmaid, 17 March 1968
- Kate O'Hearn in Sydey, Australia found guilty of absenting herself from
service to meet her lover, sentenced to "one month's sour discipline in
the 3d class", 5 December 1831
- John O'Hearn acquitted of attempted murder at Windsor, New South Wales,
2 September 1833
- John O'Hearn found guilty of stealing 500 pounds of flour at Liverpool,
New South Wales, sentence of death, 8 November 1834
- Arthur Ahern and two companions killed when a tree fell on their tent at
Jarrahdale, Western Australia, 31 July 1899; inquest notes that Ahern
left five children orphaned, 1 August 1899 [His obituary states he was
the brother of Alexander Ahern and the youngest son of Michael Ahern of
Fremantle.]
- 16-year-old Daniel Ahern killed trying to hop a ride on a train from San
Francisco, 17 February 1900
- Baltimore police officer Christopher D. Ahearn in shootout at 4th of
July party, 24 March 2011
- after six months in a coma, Emma O'Hearn dies from injuries sustained in
rape and assault in Baltimore, 23 January 2004; family recalls Emma's
life of childhood abuse, drug addiction and prostitution, 30 September
2008; her killer on trial, 19 January 2011
- William Ahern, of Wollongong, New South Wales, invents new horseshoe,
30 June 1868
- Joyce Ahern engaged to Martin Gembitsky at Wellington, New Zealand,
28 December 1940; daughter born to Joyce and Martin Gembitsky at
Wellington, 17 December 1945
- Ernest Ahern wed Lulu Avery at Wellington, New Zealand, 25 January 1915
- Miss Julia Ahern of Washington, DC visited her sister, Mrs. William
Worrell in Beacon Falls, Connecticut, 13 September 1913
- T. W. and Francis Ahern of Naugatuck, Connecticut at baseball game in
New York, 7 October 1913
- James O'Hearn and family of North Adams, Massachusetts, moved to
Providence, Rhode Island, 31 August 1904
- Helen M. Ahern graduates from Sacred Heart Academy in Ogden, Utah,
19 June 1895
- Annie M. Ahern files for divorce from Dave M. Ahern in Bakersfield,
California, 20 July 1911
- William P. O'Hearn, of Gales Ferry, Connecticut, charged with driving
with a suspended license and using an unregistered motor vehicle without
permission, 10 December 2010
- marriage license issued to John H. Braun and Mamie Ahern in Fort Wayne,
Indiana, 31 December 1896
- Jerry Ahern returns home to Goldfield, Nevada from service in naval
reserve, 18 June 1919

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



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