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31 December 1842
Of MARY AHERN of Castle Cook, Parish of Killworth, co. Cork, who emigrated from Ireland last summer, and is supposed to be in Boston. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her friend Johanna Whelan, directed to the care of Rev. Mr. O'Sullivan, Bangor, Me
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4 May 1844
of TIMOTHY and JOHN AHERN, natives of county Kerry, in the parish of Killaray Aughadoe. When last heard from they were in Chicago, Illinois. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by Timothy's wife, by letter directed to Wm Walsh, 39 Endicott St, Boston
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1 February 1845
Of MICHAEL NUGENT, a native of Trilie, co. Tyrone, who sailed from Liverpool, in company with his family, November, 1842, and has not been heard from since. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his sister, Mrs. Margaret Hearne, Worcester, Ms.
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9 August 1845
of WILLIAM AHERN formerly of Parish of Bruff county of Limerick Ireland. Who emigrated to this country in the spring of 1836, when last heard from he was in Albany, N.Y., and is now supposed to be in Boston, Mass. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brothers Dennis and Thomas, by addressing a line to Mr. John O'Brien, 128 Fifth st, Troy, N.Y.
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28 February 1846
of TIMOTHY AHERN, of Aghadoe, Killarney, county Kerry. When last heard of was in Theobodeauxville, Louisiana , in June 1844. He wrote from there to his wife who resides in Boston, and was not heard of since. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his wife and daughter, and his brother, John Ahern, who live in Boston, by addressing Dennis McCarthy, No. 143 Broad street, Boston, Ms.
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2 May 1846
of WILLIAM HEARN, formerly of the parish of Ballingarry, co Cork, who came to America about 13 years ago, and lived in the State of Pennsylvania about 9 years since. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his nephew, Jeremiah Daly, by addressing him to the care of Mr. John Doherty, No. 215 Ann street, Boston, Ms.
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27 June 1846
of JOHN AHERN, a native of the parish of Aglis, co Cork. When last heard from he was in Plattsburgh, N.Y. Any information respecting him will be gratefully received by his brother, Michael, care of Timothy Murphy, No. 4 North Square, Boston, Ms.
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22 May 1847
of ELLEN AHERN, formerly of Keelalee, parish of Fussea, co Kerry, who came to America in May, 1841, and landed at Quebec. When last heard from she was at a place called Millington, near Montreal, L.C. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her brother-in-law, Eugene Ahern, care of Mr. John Ahern, Stone Cutter, No. 1 Thatcher's Court, Boston, Ms.
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16 October 1847
Of DENNIS MCCARTHY, late of Killmichael, co'y Cork, who sailed from Liverpool on the 1st of last May and left his wife, Ellen Ahearn, in Quarantine near Quebec, in June. She is now in Troy, N.Y., and wishes to know his whereabouts. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by addressing a line to Ellen McCarthy, care of Stephen Duffy, Troy, N.Y.
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25 December 1847
of THOMAS AHERN, a native of Cloyne, co Cork, who emigrated to Quebec in 1828. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his brother, Daniel Ahern, 874 Eight Avenue, New York
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10 March 1849
Of JOHN AHEARN, a native of the parish of Ashford, county Limerick, - when last heard from he was boarding at James Sullivan's house in Walpole, N.H. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his sister Honora Ahearn, care of Mr. Patrick Fitzgibbon, corner of Kneeland and Sea streets, Boston, Ms.
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15 September 1849
of DAVID AHERN, who emigrated to this country about 7 years ago and landed in Quebec. He is a native of Middleton,co Cork. When last heard of was in Port Trent, District of Victoria, Upper Canada. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Mr. John Ahern, Hyde Park, Lackawanna Iron Works, Luzerne County, Pa
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8 December 1849
of MARY FLYNN, alias MARY AHERN, aged 23 - per ship Charlemagne, Oct. 29 and was discharged from Deer Island Hospital, Nov. 23d. Apply to J. M. Moriarity, Physician at Deer Island Hospital.
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16 February 1850
of DANIEL AHERN, who left Boston in June 1849 and went to Rome, N.Y., and worked for a Contractor of the name of Mr. Sweeney; and not heard from since. He is a native of the parish of Youghal, co Cork. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by Thomas Maccarty, at Downer's Oil Factory, South Boston, Ms.
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21 December 1850
Of COLMAN and RICHARD WALSH, brothers, natives of Drimalague, parish of Drimalague, co. Cork. When last heard from Colman was in the State of Indiana, and Richard was in Pennsylvania. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their sister, Ann Walsh, care of Mr. James Ahearn, No. 159 Ann street, Boston, Ms.
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13 April 1850
of JOHANNA, MARY, JOHN and PATRICK RYAN, children of Timothy Ryan, natives of Croom, co'y Limerick. When last heard of the girls were in Woodstock, Vermont, and the boys were in New York, now understood to be in New Orleans. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their sister, Elenor, and her husband, Patrick Aheran, who reside at White Hall, N.Y.
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9 November 1850
of MICHAEL AHERN, of Fermoy, co Cork, by his brother, Daniel Ahern, who lately landed in New York. If this should meet the eye of any friend he would confer a favor by writing to Daniel Ahern, care of John Roch, No. 46 Whitehall st., New York.
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18 January 1851
Of PATRICK and MICHAEL O'HEARNE, natives of co. Cork, parish of Youghal, who left home about 4 years since. When last heard of they were supposed to be in Paris Cape, Me. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their sister, ELLEN O'HEARNE, care of Mr. Murphy, Cambridgeport, Ms.
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26 April 1851
Of THOMAS RYAN (Gledra) from townland Ballagh, parish Clonoulty co Tipperary. When last heard from he was at the house of Michael Curly, 166 Washington street, New York. His wife, Margaret Ryan, otherwise Ahern, and his son Michael, have arrived in Syracuse and live with her mother the widow Ahern. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his wife by writing to her in care of THOMAS HALL, Agent for Boston Pilot, Montgomery street, Syracuse, N.Y.
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26 July 1851
Of MAURICE AHERN,native of parish Curron, county Kerry, who left home about 3 years ago and landed in Boston -from thence went to Winchester, Va. When last heard from (about 1 year ago) he was at work on a turpike road near Winchester. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, PATRICK AHERN, No. 11 Oliver street, Boston, MS
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2 August 1851
Of DANIEL AHERN, native of Kinsale, co. Cork, who left East Boston in Oct. 1849. When last heard of (March last) he had been at work on the Railroad in Frankfort, KY, untill (sic) he met with an accident, occasioned by blasting, which compelled him to go to New Orleans and submit to the care of a doctor. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, JOHN AHERN, East Boston, Ms.
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13 September 1851
Of PATRICK AHERN, from Youghal, co. Cork, who came to America about 5 yrs ago. When last heard from he was in Lewiston, ME, - supposed now to be in the state of New York. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his sister, ELLEN AHERN, care of Widow Burke, 1st street, South Boston, Ms.
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14 February 1852
Of TIMOTHY REGAN, from co. Cork, parish Ballinnora, townland Knocknamalavoge, who sailed from Cork about 17 years ago & landed in New York. He brought out his wife & children 4 years after; his wife's name JULIA AHERN. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his sister's son, DANIEL REGAN, South Boston, Ms.
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24 April 1852
Of MICHAEL HEARN, native of co. Cork, parish Ladysbridge, within 9 miles of Youghal, who landed in New York in December 1850. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his sister, ELLEN HEARN, care of JOHN BROWNE, Cabotville Ms.
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29 May 1852
Of PHILIP O'HERRON, who emigrated from parish Killeagh, co., Cork in the spring of 1850, and when last heard from was in Toronto, Upper Canada, in September following. Any information concerning him will be gratefully received by his brother, MICHAEL O'HERRON, Shulsberg, Lafayette County, Wisconsin. Ms.
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19 June 1852
Of PATRICK O'HEARN, native of co. Cork, who left Saxonville, Ms, 8th of April last, and said that he was going in search of work to Martinsburgh, Pa, - since then he has not been heard from. Any information respecting him wil be thankfully received by his wife. Direct to her to Saxonville, Ms.
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28 August 1852
Of JAMES & MARY O'HEARN, natives of Ireland, - sailed from Liverpool last March of April in the ship Niagara and landed in New York. Information of them will be thankfully received by their father, JAMES O'HEARN, care of PATRICK BARRETT, Indianapolis, Ia.
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4 September 1852
Of DANIEL AHERN, from parish Youghal, co. Cork - he was working on the Railroad in Cattaraugus County. N.Y, about 2 years since. His mother, brothers, & sisters are in Boston. Direct to MARY AHERN, care of THOMAS MCCARTHY, 2d street, South Boston, Ms.
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2 October 1852
Of DAVID AHERN, of Bruff (co. Limerick); when last heard from he was in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his brothers, DENIS, WILLIAM or JAMES AHERN, Binghamton, Broome County N.Y - care of THOMAS DEENLEA.
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27 November 1852
Of JOHN AHERN: - when last heard from was in Clyde Ohio, about starting for Bellefontaine, Ia, 8th last. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his wife, who arrived at Port Jervis 14th August, from Casline parish (co. Cork). Address, F. Maroin, Postmaster, at Port Jervis, Orange County, N.Y.
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12 March 1853
Of PATRICK AHERN, native of Cloyne (co Cork); when last heard from he was in Richmond, Va. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother JOHN AHERN, or DENIS POWERS (blacksmith), Easton, Pa.
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12 March 1853
Of MATHEW, JOHN, PATRICK & TIMOTHY CONNELL, from parish Hospital, townland Old Town (co. Limerick). Last heard from were in Illinois. Information thankfully received by their cousin MATHEW AHERN, by addressing MICHAEL KELLY, Summitville, Pa.
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23 April 1853
Of ELIZABETH CALLAGHAN, formerly MURPHY, from Ballinaberna, parish Ballyheady (co. Cork); is in some part of Upper Canada. Information will be thankfully received by her mother, Mrs. AHEARN, No. 1 Line st, Charlestown, Ms.
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30 April 1853
Of JERRY & DAN SHEEHAN, natives Ballinvuskig, parish Burrinfort, Mallow (co. Cork). Jerry left Ireland about 13 years ago, and Dan about 12. Also TIM. Connell, of Lisduggin, parish Castle Magner; supposed to be in Cincinnati. Any information will be thankfully received by their cousin, MARGARET AHERN, care of DENNIS SULLIVAN, 66 Atkinson street, Boston, Ms.
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6 August 1853
Of THOMAS, JAMES, AND BERNARD O'HEARNE, and of their brother-in-law, PATRICK MOLLOY. They bought a farm about 9 years ago, about 30 miles from Adrian on the Michigan Railroad, and supposed to be living there. Direct to their brother DOMINIC O'HEARNE, care of Rev. A. MCMAHON, Catholic Pastor, Fulton, Ohio. (ad. is placed under "King's Co.")
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17 September 1853
Of MICHAEL & DENNIS AHERN, from parish of Carrigtwohill (co. Cork); when last heard from they were in Oswego County, N.Y. Information will be thankfully received by their brother, JOHN AHERN, Houston, Bourbon Co., KY.
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22 October 1853
Of MISS MARGARET AHERN, Loughnagore (co. Kerry), who landed in New York last June. Any information will be thankfully received by her sister, JOHANNA, or brother-in-law, THOS. MCGEE, Delavan House, Albany, N.Y.
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10 December 1853
Of JAMES AHEEN, (blacksmith), a native of Rathkeale,co. Limerick, who arrived in this country about 5 years ago, and is supposed to be in Boston. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his sister ANN AHERN (sic), No. 6, Tyler st, Boston, Mass.
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24 December 1853
Of DAVID AHERN, of Holy Cross, Bruff, co. Limerick, who landed in Boston 5 yrs. ago, with his brother. When last heard from, which is 3 yrs. since, was in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Direct to DENIS AHERN, Susquehanna depot, N.Y., and E.R. Road.
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31 December 1853
Of JOHN LONG, about 20 yrs. of age, from the parish of Feenagh, co Limerick, who landed in this country from London in 1851, and has not been heard from since. Information of him will be received by OWEN AHERN, Mansfield, Richland, co. O.
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14 January 1854
Of MARY AHERNE, native of Glanaclackia, parish of Michilstown (co. Cork); sailed from Cove of Cork in '49 when last heard of was in Lawrence City, Mass. Information will be received by her brother JOHN AHERN (sic), care of PATRICK FITZGERALD, Culpepper Court House, State of Va.
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18 February 1854
Of MARY AHERN, from the parish of Racoony, co. Cook; she sailed from Liverpool for N.Y. 3 yrs. last Sept; she was heard from about a yr since; she was in Rochester, N.Y, since which time she has not been heard from. Information of her will be received by her brothers, JOHN AND DENIS, Fulton Hamilton co, O
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18 February 1854
Of MICHAEL AHERN, of the parish of Castle Magner, near Mallow, co. Cork, who came with his brother Jeremiah to New York, in November '48, and sailed from thence to California. Information of him will be received by his anxious parents, now in the city of St Louis, by addressing MICHL AHERN, St Louis, MO.
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22 April 1854
Of DAVID AHERN, formerly a native of Fort Richard, near Carrickaline, co Cork, who came to America about 8 yrs ago; when last heard from, which is about 2 yrs since, he was then in Portland, Maine. Information of him will be received by his sister, ELLEN AHERN, care of JEREMIAH SCANNELL, 5 Power's Court, Boston, Mass.
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22 July 1854
Of MICHL CLIFFORD, who left Boston about one year ago for Illinois, and is supposed to be working as a laborer in some town of that state. Information will be received by his sister Margaret care of her husband, Francis Ahearn, 165 Sea st, Boston, MS.
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26 August 1854
Of JOHN AHEARNE of Coolcap, co Cork, who left London and came to this country 2 yrs ago, was in Alexandria Va, at last accounts. Information of him will be received by his brother David, care of John Rigney, Rochester, N Y.
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7 October 1854
Of OWEN AHERN, of parish Firies, co Kerry, who left Ireland about 11 yrs ago, and was in Marietta, Ohio, at last accounts. Address his brother John, who landed in N York on the 8th of August last, care of Denis Pierce, 103 Webster st, Pittsburg, Pa.
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6 January 1855
Of MAURICE AHERN, of Lismore, 3 miles from Tralee, co Kerry; when last heard from was in Cincinnati, Ohio. His wife received a letter from him last March, since which time she has heard nothing of him. She was then in Ireland, but landed in N York on the 7th of last August, and is now in Lawrence, Mass. She is very anxious to hear from him. Address Rev. Jas Taffe, Lawrence, Mass for Ellen Ahern. (see AHERN, MAURICE, 6/16/55; cf. AHERN, ELLEN, 9/15/55)
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21 April 1855
Of TIMOTHY O'HERN, of parish Ballygarvin, co. Cork, who came to this country 10 yrs ago this spring and when last heard of was in New York city. Information of him will be received by his father's sister Mrs. Leahy, who came here 1 year ago this spring, by addressing her son John Leahy, Lewiston, Me. (ad of 4/28/55 changes to "came 20 yrs ago").
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16 June 1855
Of MAURICE AHERN, of Lismore, 3 miles from Tralee, co Kerry. He was advertised in the Pilot of January 6,13, 20th of the present year, and his wife has since received two letters, the last of which was dated "Indianapolis March 6". He then said he would send for his wife and child, who are still in Laurence, on or about May 1st, but has not been heard from since. He told her address Edward O'Brien, Indianapolis, Marion co, Ind. Address, as heretofore, Rev. James Taffe, Laurence, Mass, for Ellen Ahern. (see AHERN, MAURICE, 1/6/55; cf.AHERN, ELLEN, 9/15/55)
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15 September 1855
Of ELLEN AHERN, wife of Maurice Ahern, of Tralee (co. Kerry), who was lately in Lawrence, Mass and advertised for her husband last June. He has since wrftten (sic) several letters to her, but received no answer. Please address him, care of Michl Cronin, Union City, Ind. (cf AHERN, MAURICE; 1/6/55 and 6/16/55)
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17 November 1855
Of CATH. AHEARN, of the village of Capmore, parish Doone, co Limerick, who arrived in this country about the end of last June and landed in New York; when last heard from was stopping at Michl Kenna's, near the corner of Height and Warren sts, Brooklyn. Please address her brother Martin, care of Squire Lamb, Box 111, Chicago, Ill.
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5 January 1856
Of MARGARET AHEARN, of parish Middleton, Cork, who came to this country about 6 months ago, and landed in New York city, where she was last heard from. Information received by her sister Ellen, care of Mrs. Eliza Ahearn, 23 Joy st, Boston, Mass.
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22 March 1856
Of JOHN AHERN, Croom, Co Limerick, who landed in NY, six years ago, last heard from was in Chatam Four Corners, New York State. Also of Thomas Fitzgerald who landed in New York 7 yrs ago, when last heard of he was in New York. Direct to Pat'k Aheren (sic), Berlin, Atarguet Co, Wisc.
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22 March 1856
Of DENIS AHERN, of parish Kanturk, co Cork, who came to this country about 2 years ago, and landed in N York; when last heard from was in Cincinnati, O about 14 months ago. If this should be noticed by any person of his acquaintance, they would confer a favor by writing to his brothers Timothy and Philip, Wapello, Louisa co,Ia.
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5 April 1856
Of MICHAEL MALONY, of Youghal, co'y Cork, who was last heard of on board a packet between St. Louis and New Orleans about 1 yr ago. Information received by his uncle Patrick Ahern, Lewiston, Me.
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24 May 1856
Of JOHN & JAMES AHEARNE, who left Montreal in 1854 and 1855 respectively; when last heard of Jas was at work in Chicago as a carpenter. Please address their father Denis, in care of Mr. Cooper, P M, Montreal, Canada East.
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31 May 1856
Of JOHN AHEARN, a native of Newmarket on Fergus (co. Clare); who came to America about a year ago, and has not been hear (sic) from since. Please address to his brother Michael, Brookline, Mass.
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19 July 1856
Of WILLIAM, John and Dennis COFFEY, of parish Knocrahah (co.Cork), who came to this country in February 1849; when last heard from worked on the York & Erie Railroad. Information received by their sister Mary, care of Patrick Ahern, Portland, Conn.
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6 September 1856
Of DANIEL AHERNE, a native of parish Rockhill (co. Limerick), who sailed from Ireland in 1846; also, his brother John Aherne, who left Ireland in 1849; when last heard of, 6 years ago, was in Pennsylvania. Information received by their brother Maurice, care of C McDonnell, 29 Market street, Chicago, Ill.
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13 September 1856
Of PATRICK & JAMES HERRON, natives of the parish of Gallahely, county Cork, who left for America about 5 years ago. James is a carpenter. When last heard from James was in the State of New Jersey. Information received by their sister Honora Sweeney, in care of M B McConlogue, 181 Smithfield street, Pittsburg, Pa. Also of EDWARD SWEENEY, a native of the city of Cork. He is about 5 years in America; when last heard from, 18 months ago, was in Toledo, Ohio, and left for Detroit, Michigan. Information of him received by his wife, Honora, in care of M. B. McConlogue, 181 Smithfield street, Pittsburgh, Pa. (ad of 92756 changes: "parish of Ballyhaly" and "their sister Honora Herron")
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3 January 1857
Of JAMES AHEARN, who landed in Boston, about 7 years ago, of the parish of Ardmore,county Waterford, and is now supposed to be in Brookline, Mass. Please address his cousin, David Finney, Horicon, Dodge County, Wisconsin.
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21 February 1857
Of JOHN AHERN, native of Crome (sic) (co Limerick); when last heard of was in Eagle Bridge, N.Y, and left for Ohio. Also John Walsh, of Croome, blacksmith and bridewell keeper. Information received by Patrick Ahern, Berlin, Marquette county, Wis.
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21 March 1857
Of MARGARET POOR, maiden name Mulvee; also of Catherine Calahan, maiden name Mulvee, both of the parish of Ballybeaken, county Tipperary; when last heard from, one year ago, they were in Philadelphia. Information received by John Ahern, East Bridgewater Mass.
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11 April 1857
Of MAURICE AHERN, of parish Tralee (co Kerry), who came to this country 6 years ago; when last heard of was in Indianapolis, Indiana, 3 years ago. Information received by his brother William care of Rev. E O'Flaherty, Crawfordsville, Montgomery County, Ind.
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23 May 1857
Of TIMOTHY AHERN, of Grelaugh, parish Kanturk (co Cork), when last heard of was in Perry county, Ohio. Information received by his sister Mrs. Buckley, Columbus City, Iowa.
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30 May 1857
Of OWEN O'HEARN, native of Ardagh, parish of Cahermogle, county Limerick, gardner by trade; when last heard from, 3 years ago he lived in New York. Information received by his sister Mrs. Johanna Cagney, Cairo, Ill, or to the Rev. P.McCabe, Roman Catholic Rector, same place.
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1 August 1857
Of BRIDGET AHEARN, a native of Ballymalla, parish Whitechurch (co Waterford), who left Stradballa 6 or 7 years ago; when last heard from was in Yonkers, New York three years ago. Information received by her brother Patrick, care of Michael Whealan, Quincy, Illinois.
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8 August 1857
Of JAMES AHEARN, and Mary, natives of Clonmel (co Tipperary), who landed in New York about 5 years ago, and were there when last heard from. Please address their father, James Ahearn, care of Jeremiah Hogan, Grand River P O, Missouri.
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28 November 1857
Of THOMAS WHEALAN, from parish Fethard (co. Wexford), who landed in Newfoundland, with his brother Patrick 7 years ago. Both worked as blacksmiths for three years when Patrick left and heard Thomas was in Boston not long since. Please address his brother Patrick, care of Peter Ahearn, corner of Concord and March Market space, Baltimore, Maryland.
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17 July 1858
Of JOHN and EDMOND O'CONNELL, who left Killarney (co Kerry) in October 1851 and 1854. Information received by their brother Maurice, or Julia Ahearn, Quincy Massachusetts.
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2 October 1858
Of MARGARET AHERN, when last heard of 4 y'rs ago; was in the city of New York. Please address her sister, Mary, care of Rev. E. O'Connor, Geneva, ad is placed under Cork.
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11 December 1858
Of JOHN FITZGERALD, and wife (maiden name Mary Gnaw) who left Castleisland (co Kerry) and emigrated to this country about 13 or 14 years ago; supposed to be in Vermont. Please address John Ahern, Monson, Massachusetts.
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1 January 1859
Of JEREMIAH MURPHY, a native of New-ces-town, parish Murragh, near Bandon (co. Cork); when last heard from in August 1855, he was working in Memphis Tennessee. Information of him (whether dead or living) will be thankfully received by his afflicted mother, Margaret Ahern Murphy, care of John Johnson, Terre Haute, Vigo county, Indiana.
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15 January 1859
Of MICHAEL AHERN, of Deerpark, parish of Lismore, county Waterford; when last heard from, now nearly two years ago, was living in Weaverville, Trinity county, California. Any person knowing of his whereabouts, or if he be dead or alive, will confer a great favor by addressing his brother, Thomas Ahern, Newport, Rhode Island.
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28 May 1859
Of MICHAEL O'HEARN, native of Kinsale, county Cork, who left home about 14 years ago and landed in St. John's same summer; when last heard from, about 15 months ago, he was in the State of Illinois, working on the railroad. Information will be thankfully received by his wife and son, Mary and James O'Hearn, No. 21 Belmont street, Boston, Mass.
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11 June 1859
Of JOHN and LAURENCE FIN, and their sister, MARY FIN, who lost her husband, Edward Ahearne, in New York. Any account of them will be thankfully received by their sister Catherine Fin, care of A. Dardis, Cazenovia, N.Y.
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27 August 1859
Of JOHN AHERN, son of Daniel Ahern and Mary Keating, of Ballinduny, parish of Grange (co Tipperary); when last heard from, about 6 months ago, he was in Illinois, working for a man named Patrick Farmer. Any information will be thankfully received by his brother William, care of Thomas Hickey, Moriah 4 Corners, Essex county, New York.
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3 December 1859
Of JAMES AHERN, a native of parish Tracton [co. Cork], who landed in Canada 20 years ago, and lived with his brother, William, two years in Newmarket, C. W. [Canada West] He started to the West 18 years ago, and there has been no account of him since. Please address his brother, David, Monson, Mass.
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24 December 1859
Of TIMOTHY and PHILIP AHERN, natives of Cooligulla [co. Cork], who came to this country about 6 years ago; when last heard from were in Winchester, Scott county, Illinois. Please address their brother, Denis, care of Patrick Murphy, 47 Lodge street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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11 February 1860
Of JOHN and HONORA AHERN, otherwise Honora Donovan, native of Ballindeasig, parish Ballinfoyle, near Robert's cove (co Cork), who landed in New York about nine years ago; when last heard from John worked in Yorkville, N Y and Honora went to her husband to Wisconsin. Any information will be thankfully received by their brother, James, West Rutland, VT.
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28 July 1860
Of ALICE MAGNER, (maiden name McCarthy) a native of Castletownroche (co Cork) who came to this country 10 or 11 years ago; when last heard from, about 9 years ago she was in Boston. Any information of her dead or alive, will be thankfully received by her cousin Hannah Crowley, in care of Maurice Ahearn, 51 Albany street, Boston, Mass.
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23 February 1861
Of MATTHEW MOLONEY, of Rithmore Castle (co Limerick), when last heard of, about 3 years ago, he was said to be employed on a railroad in Boston. Any information will be thankfully received by his niece Margaret Ahearn, (daughter of Mary Moloney and Timothy Ahearn), Washington, D.C.
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31 August 1861
Of JOHN FLYNN, formerly of Ballinamult, near Dungannan (Co Waterford), who came to this country about four years ago; landed in New York, and went from thence to Pennsylvania. Any information of his whereabouts will be thankfully received by his aunt, Mary Ahern, Cinnamon Alley, Newport R I.
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26 July 1862
Of MARY FARRELL, daughter of William Farrell; native of Kildorery, county Cork, who left home about one year ago; when last heard from she was living in the city of New York. Information respecting her will gratefully be acknowledged by her aunt, Elizabeth or Bessy Ahern, care of Daniel O'Donnell, Salem, Ms.
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6 September 1862
Of widow MARY AHEARN (maiden name Fleming), native of Doneraile, county Cork, who came to America about 24 years ago; when last heard from, in 1855, was in Madison City, Wisconsin. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her sister Miss Elizabeth Fleming, No 9 Pemberton square, Boston, Mass.
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28 February 1863
Of MAURICE CONNORS and CATHERINE AHERN, of Mitchelstown, county Cork, when last heard from, six years ago, she was in Cincinnati, Ohio. Any information will be thankfully received by their niece Hannah Caplice. Direct to Patrick Clifford, No. 1, corner of Oliver street and Washington square, Boston, Mass.
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16 January 1864
Of MICHAEL CORBETT, from the parish of Ballyboley, county Tipperary. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his aunt, Mrs. Catherine O'Neill (maiden name AHERN), Litchfield, Montgomery county, Illinois.
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26 March 1864
Of MATTHEW AHARN, of the city of Limerick; when last heard from he was in Oswego, NY in the year 1862. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his brother, John Aharn, 194 Fourth street, Troy, NY.
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16 April 1864
Of JOHN AHERN, his wife Bridget Meany, or his children, natives of Clivert, county Cork, who left Canada some years since, and when last heard of he was dead, and his wife and children were in Boston. Any information respecting the latter will be thankfully received by Patrick Hickey, as the said John Ahern left me some notes of hand of sundry persons, amounting to some twenty pounds, and I am desirous to dispose of them as soon as possible. Address Patrick Hickey, Ennismore Post-office, Canada West.
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11 June 1864
Of MAURICE O AHERN, who left the Farm School about the 1st of March last. He is about 12 years of age. Any person giving information about him will be gratefully thanked by his uncle, Patrick Dineen, or his aunt, Mrs. P Hays, Tucker's warf, No 9, Salem, Mass.
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30 July 1864
Of MATTHEW AHEARN, of Rathmore, between Bruff and Fredmore, county Limerick. He left home when quite young, and was last seen at Troy, N Y seven years ago. An anxious widowed sister would be thankful for any information concerning him, and any one furnishing such information will confer an act of charity which will be deeply appreciated. Address Margaretta Ahearn, daughter of Mary and Timothy Ahearn, Washington, D C.
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8 October 1864
Of JOHN AHEARN, native of Rilltown, county Waterford,who came to America about fifteen years ago; when last heard from he was at Lawrenceburgh, Indiana. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, Michael Ahearn, in care of John Duggan, No 3 Berlin street, Roxbury, Mass.
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7 January 1865
Of JOHN AHERN, a native of Newtown, parish of Glandine, county Waterford, Ireland, by his brother William. Address Eugene Sullivan, New Boston, Mercer county, Illinois.
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11 March 1865
Of MARY COFFEY, who left the Cove of Cork, Ireland, in 1850, with her brother Denis, and they landed in New York in March 1851; when last heard from she was in New York, married to Patrick Ahearn, boot and shoemaker. Any information will be thankfully received by her brother Denis Coffey, Cardington, Ohio.
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26 August 1865
Of THOMAS, William and Maurice Ahern, natives of Lismore, parish of Tralee, county Kerry, who came to this country 14 years ago; when last heard from was in Indiana. Any information of the whereabouts of either of the above named will be thankfully received by their nephew, John Ahern, Keene New Hampshire. Indiana papers please copy.
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23 December 1865
Of JOHN AHERN, parish of Bruff, county Limerick. He sailed from Queenstown in the steamship Hecla, in September 1863; when last heard from was in Troy, N.Y. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his brother, David Ahern, Chicopee, Mass, or to John Dunne, Box 393, Chicopee, Mass.
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13 January 1866
MARGARET AHEARN can hear of her brother, Matthew Ahearn, by addressing a letter to him at Dallas City Wasco county, Oregon.
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24 March 1866
Of JOHANA AHEARN and CATHERINE SMITH, two sisters (maiden name Farrell), natives of Druidmany, parish of Touraneena, county Waterford. Any information concerning them will be thankfully received by their brother Patrick Farrell, Lawndale, Logan county, Illinois.
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5 May 1866
Of MAURICE and JOHN AHERN, of Farrenbrien, parish of Tracton, near Kinsale, county Cork, who came to this country about 12 years ago. Any information of either will be thankfully received by their brother Daniel Ahern, Chicago, Illinois.
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16 June 1866
Of ELLEN AHEARN (maiden name Colman) a native of Clathmore, county Waterford, who came to America about fourteen years ago; when last heard from two years ago, she lived in the city of Boston. Any information respecting her will be thankfully received by her sister, Mary Ann Coleman (sic), direct to her in care of Mr. Michael Lyons, No. 21 Merrimack street, Boston, Mass.
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14 July 1866
Of THOMAS WILLIAMS, Sailor and Honora his wife, maiden name Ahearn. Honora is a native of Ballylanfort, or Tarbot, co Kerry; when last heard from they were both in the city of Boston. Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by Catherine Ahearn. Direct to her in care of the Editor of the Boston Pilot, 23 Franklin street, Boston, Mass.
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23 March 1867
Of CORNELIUS AHERIN, from Aughadoe, near Killarney, co Kerry; when last heard from some 12 years ago, he was living in Erie, Pa. Any information of him will be thankfully received by John Lynch or J. Crowley, Kenton, Harden county, Ohio.
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15 June 1867
Of DENIS O'HERN, of the parish of Clonmore, county Tipperary, Ireland; when last heard of he was keeping a grocery store in Fawn street, Baltimore, Md. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his brother Thomas O'Hern, Jeffersonville, Clark county, Indiana.
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13 July 1867
Of MICHAEL REGAN, who was married to Margaret Martley, that left Lacawaseen 16 years ago with one child. He is a native of Dunmanway, county Cork, Ireland. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his nephew, Tim Ahern, Port Jerves, Orange county, NY.
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17 August 1867
Of JOHN AHERN, a native of Ballindoney, parish of Grange, county Tipperary, Ireland. He has not been heard from since some time before the late war he was then on a boat going from St. Louis to New Orleans. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his aunt, Ellen Hickey, as his brother William, who is in Australia, is very anxious to hear from him. He will also hear of something to his advantage. Address Thomas Hicky, Moriah, Essex county, NY.
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19 October 1867
Of MRS. ALICE AHERN, (maiden name Cunningham), and her sons and daughter, Patrick, Michael, and Catherine Ahern. Her husband, John Ahern, who is anxious to hear of his family, came to this country in 1848, and his wife and children, mentioned above, left Ireland before him. He formerly belonged to the Constabulary in Ireland, and is a native of the parish of Kinmaul, county Tipperary. Any information of the above mentioned persons will be thankfully received by John Ahern, Court street, Buffalo, N.Y. in care of Michael Wolf, merchant, same place.
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9 November 1867
Of DENIS AHERN, a native of Scariff, county Clare, Ireland, who came to this country in March, 1863. He left Washington to come to Pittsburgh, and then went down the river the 4th of January, 1866, and has not since been heard from. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his brothers, Thomas and Patrick Ahern, No. 12 Fountain street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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23 November 1867
Of MRS. ALICE AHERN, (maiden name Alice Cunningham), wife of John Ahern and daughter of John Cunningham, and her three children, Patrick, Michael and Catherine. She is a native of (Bulkughlee?), parish of Killinaule, county Tipperary, Ireland and was married by Father Clancy, of the same parish. They went to Buffalo, NY, and stopped at Mrs. John Quinn's (maiden name Ellen Duggan) and left there, it is supposed, for Wisconsin. Any information of them will be thankfully received by their husband and father. Direct to John Ahern, in care of John Quinn, Ohio street, Buffalo, NY.
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29 February 1868
Of BRIDGET FITZGERALD, (maiden name Bridget Ahern), when last heard from, about ten years ago, she was living in Cincinnati, Ohio. Her husband Laurence Fitzgerald, is a cooper and was then working at his trade in the above place. They are both natives of Abbeyside, near Dungarvan, county Waterford, Ireland. Any information concerning either of them will be thankfully received by her brother, John Ahern, care of Martin Dee, Esq., New Orleans, La. Cincinnati Catholic papers please copy, and sent bill to the above address, and the amount shall be immediately forwarded by mail.
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5 September 1868
Of THOMAS AHERIN, of Ballyegin, parish of Coolcappa, county Limerick, Ireland, who came to this country 18 or 19 years ago. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his son John Aherin, Spencer's Station, Guernsey county, Ohio.
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3 October 1868
Of WILLIAM WINDLE, a native of Park, county Limerick, Ireland, when last heard from about four years ago, he was in Connecticut, and left Ireland about 18 years ago. Any information of his whereabouts will be thankfully received by Thomas Aheran, in care of Henry Farrell, Xenia, Green county, Ohio.
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6 February 1869
Of PATRICK CONDON and wife MARGARET AHERN; also of MICHAEL AHERN, all from the parish of Lismore, county Waterford, Ireland; when last heard of, some 12 years ago, they were in Patterson, N.J. Any information of them will be thankfully received by their brother-in-law, William Crotty, North Lawrence, Stark county,Ohio.
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27 February 1869
Of KATE LYNCH (maiden name Kate Ahern), daughter of Cornelius and Julia Ahern, of Ballaheathe, county Cork, Ireland; when last heard from she was in West Stockbridge, Mass, in May, 1866. Any information of her will be thankfully received by her sister, Mary Ahern, No. 31 Green street, Charlestown, Mass.
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3 April 1869
Of JOHN O'HEARN, a native of Croome, county Limerick, Ireland; when last heard of was in Philadelphia. Any information of him will be thankfully received by his father and mother, Patrick and Ellen O'Hearn (alias Ryan), of Berlin, Green Lake county, Wisconsin. Also of Johanna Ryan, of the same place; when last heard of was in the state of Vermont. Philadelphia papers please copy.
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3 April 1869
Of PATRICK AHERN, and his sister Bridget (husband's name Michael Donovan) natives of the county Waterford; when last heard from was in Rushville, Schuyler county, Ills. Any information of their whereabouts will be thankfully received by their aunt, Johannah Ahern, who is anxious to hear from them. Address Johannah Ahern, care of William Foley, Saratoga Springs,N.Y.
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29 January 1870
Of TIM ALLAN, and JAMES and THOS MURPHY, of Newcestown; also Mike Ahern, of Rochester, Jane Crowly's brother; when last heard of Tim he was in Sacramento. Any information of them will be thankfully received by Annie Allan, a native of Beallenvoher, parish of Moragal, county Cork, Ireland. Direct to Annie Allan, San Leandro, Almeda county, California.
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25 June 1870
Of MICHAEL WHITE, a native of the county Cork, who emigrated to this country about two months ago; also of Patrick Ahern, who came to this country three years and a half ago. His brother John White is very anxious to hear from them. Michael is a native of Ballynacurra, parish of Middleton; Patrick Ahern is a native of Churchtown, Middleton. Address Thomas Maher, Jamestown, Chautauque county, NY.
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9 July 1870
Of JAMES O'HERNE, and son Mathew, who lived in Nebraska City for six years, and went to California; came back and lived in Keokuk, Iowa, six months, he left there in the Spring of 1863, and has not been heard from since. Information of him and his son Mathew will be received by his distressed wife, Mary O'Hern, of Nebraska City, Otoe county, Nebraska.
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6 August 1870
Of MRS. NORAH HALPIN (maiden name Norah Ahearn), who lived on the Glen Canon, Clonmell, county Tipperary, or her husband Patrick Halpin, who came to this country 19 or 20 years ago; when last heard from, about seven years ago, by her brother, James Ahearn, he said that she was in Ohio. Information of her will be received, whether dead or alive, by her sister, Ann Ahearn, care of John Cronan, Esq., Halifax, Nova Scotia.
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9 September 1870
Of MICHAEL BOLAND, a native of the county Carlow; he was in St. Louis, about one year ago. Address Michael Ahern, 2318 Morgan street, St. Louis, Mo.
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1 October 1870
Of PATRICK AHERN, a native of the parish of Rathgormick, county Waterford, who left Albany, N.Y. about 14 years ago, intending to go to Wisconsin; he has never been heard from since. Information of him will be received by his mother, brother and sisters. Address Julia Ahern, 140 C street, South Boston, Ms.
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22 October 1870
Of ALICE BOURKE, whose parents died when she was very young, and were natives of the parish of Knocklong, county Limerick, Ireland; when last heard from, in 1849, was taken by a man named Patrick Ahern, Slip Hill, Vermont. Information of her will be received by her brothers, Patrick and Michael, 52 Hope street, Chicago,Illinois.
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1 April 1871
Of JOHN PRINDERVIELL, parish of Megelie, county Cork, who left Ireland 17 years ago; when last heard from was in New Orleans. Information of him, dead or alive, will be received by his friend, Bridget Ahern. Address Mr. James McGinness, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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22 April 1871
Of PATRICK and DAVID AHEARN, natives of Monanonig, near Rathcormick, county Cork. Their brother Cornelius kept a farm at Monanonig. Their sister was married to a man named Daniel O'Callaghan, of Upper Glanmire, in the same country, they came to this country about 30 years ago. Information of them will be gladly received by their nephew, Wm. O'Callaghan, 12 Winter Street, Lowell, Mass.
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12 August 1871
Of MAURICE AHERN and MARGARET BRESNAHAN; also Johanna and Hanora Ahern; also, John and Patrick Ahern, natives of Scataglin, county Kerry; they left Boston 18 years ago, and are now supposed to be in Illinois. Information of them will be received by their aunt Bridget Breshnahan, 408 So. Main Street, St. Louis, Mo, or Ellen Murphy, 281 Fourth street, South Boston, Mass.
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16 September 1871
Of MRS. NORAH HALPIN (maiden name Norah Ahearn), who lived in the Glen, Connor road, Clonmel, county Tipperary, or her husband Patrick Halpin, who came to this country 22 or 23 years ago; when last heard from was in Ohio. Information of her, either dead or alive, will be received. If this should meet the eye of any person knowing her they will confer a great favor by addressing her sister, Ann Ahearn, care of James Walsh, No. 2 Dearborn street, Boston Highlands, Mass.
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21 October 1871
Of DENIS C. GERIN, a native of Mount Uniac, county Cork, who came to this country in 1854; when last heard from, about two years ago, he was in East Boston, after returning from California. Information of him will be received by his wife (maiden name Hannah Ahearne), who lately came to this country. Address in care of Mrs. Gearne (sic) 14 Hancock street, Cambridge, Mass.
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11 November 1871
Of DENIS GEARNA, a native of Mt. Uniacke, county Cork, who came to the United States in 1854; afterwards went to California, and returned to Boston in 1867; he then spent some time in East Boston; when last heard of he was working at Rockport, about three years ago. If this notice should meet the eye of any one who could give any information as to his whereabouts, they would confer a great favor on his wife, Hannah A. Hearn (maiden name) who came to this country lately. Address Mrs. Gearna, 801 Maine Street, Cambridge, Mass.
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13 April 1872
Of PATRICK AHEARN,a native of Ring, parish of Ballinacoda, county Cork; he is about 24 years of age, 5 feet 11 inches in height; he came to this country about four and a half years ago, and resided in Roxbury until about 15 months ago; he left there and went to New York State, where he is supposed to be still living. Information of his whereabouts will be received by his mother, Ellen Ahearn, Plymouth street, Roxbury, Mass.
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20 July 1872
Of GEORGE WILLIAMS, a native of Youghal, county Cork; when last heard from he was in New York with his aunt, Mrs. Willis; has another aunt in Queenstown county Cork (Mrs. Miles). Information of him will be received by his son, William H. Williams, aged nine years, or by his father-in-law, Richard Ahern, East Taunton, Mass.
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27 July 1872
Of EDWARD SMITH, a native of Fermoy, county Cork, who came to this country about the year 1865. About two years ago he boarded in Tremont street, Boston, whence he is supposed to have left for New York, or the South. Information of him will be received by his half-brother, William Ahearn, rear of 34 West Dedham street, Boston, Mass.
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1 February 1873
Of PATRICK AHEARN, son of Patrick Ahearn and Ellen O'Brien, a native of Ring, parish of Ballamacoda, county Cork, who left Roxbury, Mass, two years ago last April, he is 25 years of age, five feet ten inches in height; when last heard from, in May last, he was in North Belville, Essex county, N.Y. Information of him will be received by his wife, Hanora Ahearn (maiden name Hanora Cotter), East Stoughton, Mass.
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1 March 1873
Of EDWARD and TERENCE O'DONNELL, sons of the late James and Mary O'Donnell (maiden name O'Brien) of the county Limerick, and for a number of years residents at Gilmour's Cove, Quebec, Lower Canada; when last heard from, about three years ago, Edward was in Belvidere, N.J. learning the stonemason trade, and Terence was in Chicago, Illinois. Information of them dead or alive, will be received by their sister Bridget Hearn(maiden name Bridget O'Donnell). Address Mrs. Simon Hearn, No. 30 Pleasant st court, Lynn, Mass.
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7 June 1873
Of JEREMIAH AHERN, who left the city of Cork in the middle of May, 1871; he was seen in East Cambridge near Boston, in August, 1872; the said Jeremiah Ahern was a cattle dealer in Ireland. Address the Pilot Office, 360 Washington street, Mass.
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2 August 1873
Of MARY AHERN (maiden name Mary Collins), her father's name is David Collins, and her (mother's) maiden name is Catherine Cunningham, from the townland of Keelavarig, parish of Timoleague, county Cork, who left Ireland in company with a man named Corcoran. Information will be received by her brother John Collins, Belmont, Nye county, Nevada.
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4 October 1873
Of MARY AHERN, daughter of James Ahern and Margaret Lane of Rooska, parish of Ardagh, co Limerick, who landed in New York in May 1860 or '61; she afterwards married James Walsh, a blacksmith by trade; when last heard of four years ago, she resided in Cincinnati, Ohio. Information of her will be received by her brother, Patrick Ahern, Brookville, Jefferson county, Pa, who lately came to this country.
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3 January 1874
Of TIM O'HERN, son of John and Kate O'Hern (maiden name Sexton) a native of the parish of Enspain, county Limerick, who went to Iowa eight or nine years ago. Information of him will be received by his cousin, John O'Hern, Lewiston, Fulton county, Ills.
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3 January 1874
Of NED NAGLE, son of Patrick and Ellen Nagle (maiden name Calihen), a native of the parish of Dunmore, county Cork, who left Canton, Suffolk county, Illinois, five years ago and went West. Information of him will be received by his brother-in-law, John O'Hern, Lewiston, Fulton county, Illinois.
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21 February 1874
Of PATRICK HEARN, son of John Hearn, Moncoin, county Kilkenny, who went to America about 30 years ago; when last heard of was in St. Louis, about four years ago; supposed then to be trading on the Missouri River. Information of his whereabouts will be received by his brother, James Hearn, Moncoin, county Kilkenny, Ireland. Fulton county, Illinois.
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14 March 1874
Of DAVID AHERN, who left Ireland in April,1845; he worked for Luke Joseph Shea, Rynnes, county Cork. Information of him will be received by his affectionate brother, Timothy Ahern, Chestnut Hill, Newton, Mass.
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9 May 1874
Of JOHN, MARY, KATE, and ELIZA AHERN, or their heirs; when last heard from John, he was in New York 10 years ago; his occupation was flour inspector; when last heard from the girls they were in St. Louis, 16 years ago; sons and daughters of Michael and Margaret Ahern (maiden name Margaret Meaney) who died in Boston, April 19, 1874. Information respecting them will be received by John Donohue 2d, and his wife Margaret Donohue (maiden name Margaret Ahern) of North Bridgewater, Plymouth county, Mass., when they will hear of something to their advantage.
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11 July 1874
Of JOHN, DANIEL, BARTHOLOMEW, and MICHAEL SHEA, formerly of Knuckancummer, parish of Newmarket, county Cork, Ireland, who came to this country about 20 years ago; when last heard of they were in the employment of a certain Mr. Bates in New York State; they are supposed to have subsequently gone to Wisconsin to purchase land. Address L. J. Ahern, St. Mary's Ecclestical Seminary, Lake street, Cleveland, Ohio.
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15 August 1874
Of JOHN AHERN, of the parish of Ballymacoda, county Cork; when last heard from about 10 years ago, was in Virginia; he served in the War. Information of his whereabouts will be received by his sister, Nora Ahern, care of Mr. J. Lassell, Whitinsville, Mass.
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22 August 1874
Of JOHN MURRAY, a native of Cork City, who left Ireland about 25 years ago, and landed in Quebec; shortly afterwards he came to Boston, where he remained until some thirteen years ago. Information of him will be received by his niece Helena Ahern, 43 Danforth street, Portland, Maine.
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19 December 1874
Of WILLIAM AHERN, a native of Flemingstown, Mitchelstown, county Cork, who left home about ten years ago; when last heard of was in San Francisco, Cal. Information of him will be recived by his brother, Edmund Ahern, No. 72 Park street, Manchester, N.H.
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1 May 1875
Of JAMES GRIFFIN, while in Ireland a farm laborer; he is about 51 years of age; a native of the parish of Lisfoyle, county Kerry; he is a son of John Griffin and Johanna Aherne; he came to this country in 1852, landed in Boston, and then went to Lawrence and after a few months moved to Framingham; in 1855, he was in company with his sister in New Bedford, which was the last time and place she had any communication from him; he then stated that he intended to go to Virginia. Information of him will be received by his sister Catherine Moran. Direct to Mrs. Catherine Moran, or to W. J. Lally, Woonsocket Rhode Island.
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11 September 1875
Of TIM O'HERN, son of John O'Hern, a native of county Limerick; when last heard of him he was in Iowa. Address Richard Nagle, Canton, Fulton county, Illinois.
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6 November 1875
Of PATRICK O'HERON, county Clare; when last heard of, in 1863, was residing on Third street, near the river, Louisville, Ky. Information of him will be received by P. Fox, St. Louis, Mo, for P. Gleeson.
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15 January 1876
Of JOHN R. O'HEARN, aged 17 years, fair complexion, gray eyes, and brown hair; when last heard from in 1869, he was in Brunswick, Ga., in the employ of Mr. Manning. Information of him will be received by Peter Meighan, National Soldier's Home, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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3 February 1877
Of JOHN AHERN, third son of the late David Ahern, carpenter, a native of Black Rock county Cork. He served his time with a ship carpenter, and emigrated to America 17 or 18 years ago. Information concerning him will be received by his sister, Mary A. Ahern, Box 37, Milton,Mass.
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16 February 1878
Of WILLIAM AHERN, born in Elfordstown, parish of Middleton, county Cork Ireland; came to this country about 24 years ago; worked in the Portland quarries; went to California. When last heard from, January,1870, was in Allison Ranche, Grassvalley, Nevada county, Cal. Had a wife and three children. There is something left to his interest by his brother Patrick's death. Information of him will be received by his brother, Thomas Ahern, Portland, Conn; or by Daniel Hurley, Middletown, Conn.
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25 May 1878
Of JAMES AHERN, who left Gronnaugh, county Kerry, some 25 or 26 years ago. Information in regard to him will be received by his niece, Margaret Ahern, Box 444, Brookline, Mass.
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1 March 1879
Of the whereabouts of JAMES LYNCH, born in Chicago, Ill; about 22 or 23 years of age; when last heard of, in August last, he was in Fort Benton, Montana Territory; father's name Patrick Lynch; mother's maiden name Catherine O'Herron, living at present in Merringo, Iowa County, Iowa. Information of him will be thankfully received by his uncle, Martin O'Herron, Missouri Valley, Canton Post- Office, Meagher County, Montana Territory.
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26 April 1879
Of BARNEY, DANIEL, MICHAEL, JOHN, HUGH, and PETER McCONOLOUGH, and to the best of my recollection there was one girl amongst them named Helen or Hanora, McConolough, children of John and Margaret McConolough (maiden name Margaret McGloughlin); they have not been seen by the advertiser for the last 15 years - they then resided in Boston, Mass. Also of Daniel McGloughlin, when last heard from resided in Chelsea, Mass. All of the above parties emigrated from co. Donegal to this country about 30 years ago. Information of them will be received by their cousin, John Edward Ahern, St. Charles county, MO.
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20 September 1879
Of MRS. MARY MORRIS, who married Hugh Morris (maiden name Mary Marks). She lived in Liverpool, in the Park, Prince William Street, and sailed from there in 1834. When last heard from she had landed in St. John, New Brunswick, in the British settlement. Any information of her or family will be kindly received by her sister, Mrs. Sarah Hearn, Narrangansett, Bowenville, Fall River, Mass.
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25 September 1880
Of JOHN AHERN, son of Michael Ahern and Norah O'Neil, of Killorglen, county Kerry, who was last heard from at Poughkeepsie, N.Y. By addressing his brother, Daniel Ahern, Amherst, Hampshire county, Mass, he will hear of something to his advantage.
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30 October 1880
Of JOHN AHEARN, a ship carpenter by trade and a native of Blackrock, county Cork; when last heard from, in 1855, was in Baltimore, Md. Information of him will be received by Thomas Trainor, 16 Hamburg street, Boston, Mass., or by his brother Maurice Ahearn, Kildare, Co Kildare, Ireland.
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22 February 1884
Of BARTHOLOMEW J. FOLEY, a native of Killorglin, county Kerry, Ireland. Came to this country eighteen years since. When last heard of, about four years ago, was in St. Louis, Mo. He will hear something to his advantage by writing to his sister, Mrs. Michael O'Hearne, West Quincy, Mass.
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18 October 1884
Of CATHERINE and ELLEN DALY, natives of Cappoquin, county Waterford, Ireland, who came to this country about thirty-five years ago. When last heard from were in Boston. Also of their cousins, MARY MCGRATH and ALICE AHEARN, and aunt MRS. MARTIN AHEARN, native of Kilworth, Co Cork, Ireland. When last heard from, Alice Ahearn was in New London, Conn. Information of them will be thankfully received by Mrs. Mary Fogarty, Michigan City, Laporte County, Ind., P.O.Box 15.
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18 April 1885
Of TIMOTHY and PATRICK O'HEARN, sons of William and Nancy O'Hearn, County of Tipperary, Ire. Last news received of them was from Schaghticoke, N.Y. (28?) years ago. Any information of them will be thankfully received by their sister Ellen, now Mrs. Patrick Conley, 24 Sisson street, Pawtucket, R.I.
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10 December 1887
Of JOHN DORSEY, who sent to Van Diemen's Land about 35 years ago. He was a native of County Roscommon, Parish of Topmaconnell, Ireland. His niece, daughter of his sister Margaret, desires him or any one who knew him to send her information. Address Mrs. Annie Ahern (maiden name Anne Glenn), 179 I Street, South Boston, Mass.
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16 September 1893
Of MARY HEARN, married to Thos. Keeffe, a weaver. When last heard from, about 1858, was in Kilworth, County Cork. Also of MARGARET HEARN; who was married to Edmund Sullivan, Mitchelstown, County Cork. Also of the children of Michael Hearn, MAURICE, ELLEN and KATE, who came to New York about thirty years ago. Information sent to Mrs. Johanna May, 94 Spring street, East Cambridge, Mass, may prove to the advantage of these parties.
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31 July 1897
Of the late MICHAEL AHERN'S children, Maurice, Ellen, and Kate, who were born in the parish of Kilbert, county Cork, Ire. Their aunt Johanna May, 56 Hudson Street, Boston, would be glad to hear of or from them.
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16 March 1907
Of JOHN AHEARN, who left Ireland about 1859, and went to Australia. When last heard from he was in Ballarath, Brown Hill, Melbourne. He is the son of Timothy Ahearn and Bridget Lyons, of Kilmurray, county Cork. The children of his sister, Johanna Noonan, are anxious to hear of his whereabouts. Address Miss Hannah Noonan, 169 K Street, South Boston, Mass.
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22 June 1918
Of MRS. FAHEY, wife of Timothy. Her maiden name was Ahern. Will relatives communicate with N. H. Tunnicliff, Attorney, 26 Liberty St., N.Y. City.
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12 October 1918
AHERN, Michael, Margaret, Hanora, (also called Norry) and Hannah Ahern, who afterward married. Came from County Cork, parents Michael Ahern and Margaret. Communicate with N.H. Tunnicliff, Attorney, 26 Liberty Street, New York City.
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