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Mary O'Hearn
The death took place Sunday morning, after a long and painful illness of three months of Mrs. Mary O'Hearn, widow of the late Michael O'Hearn, aged 77, at the residence of her son, 137 North St. Her Husband at one time conducted a tailoring business in this city. She leaves two sons, one of whom, Peter, is principal of St. Patrick's High School, and two daughters.
Acadian Recorder 1 January 1900
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Mrs. Michael Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Friday, Jan. 5, 1900, at 1:30 a.m., Mrs. Michael Ahern, aged 67 years. Funeral Sunday morning at 9 o'clock from the family residence, No. 164 Bluff street. Services at the cathedral. Burial at Key West cemetery. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Dubuque Daily Herald 6 January 1900
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, Jan, 18, John, beloved child of Michael and Mary Ahearn, 2 yrs 4 mos 20 days. Funeral from parents' residence, 105 West 4th st, Saturday, Jan. 20, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 19 January 1900
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Mary A., 28; 10063 Avenue N, Jan. 27.
Chicago Tribune 1 February 1900
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Agnes Jane Ahern
AHERN: In Tiburon, February 15, Agnes Jane Ahern, beloved daughter of James and Sarah Ahern, aged 1 year, 3 months and 17 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Saturday) by 8 A.M. train. Interment at Petaluma. [see also news reports in San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner]
San Francisco Chronicle 16 February 1900
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Henry M. Ahern
AHERN: In this city, February 14, Henry M., beloved husband of Rebecca Ahern, father of James and Willie Ahern and brother of James and Sarah Ahern, Mrs. S. H. Green, and Mrs. T. Bradley, a native of New Jersey; aged 37 years, 9 months and 14 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Saturday) at 6:30 o'clock a.m. from his late residence, 2770 Twenty-first street; thence to 7:40 o'clock boat, foot of Market street. Interment at Petaluma.
San Francisco Examiner 16 February 1900
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Michael Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN—In Charlestown, Feb. 20, Michael Joseph, beloved child of John and Elizabeth Ahearn, 10 mos 18 ds. Funeral from parents' residence, No. 4 First st, Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 21 February 1900
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Henry M. Ahern
HENRY M. AHERN, formerly of this city, died Wednesday in San Francisco. Deceased was a native of New Jersey, aged 37 years, 9 months, and 14 days. He was the husband of Rebecca Ahern and father of James and Willie Ahern. He leaves brother, and sisters as following: James Ahern, engineer of Tiburon, Sarah Ahern, Mrs. S. Green, and Mrs. T. Bradley.
The Marin Journal 22 February 1900
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Edward H. Ahern
AHERN.—On February 20, 1900, Edward H. Ahern, husband of Louisa Ahern and son of the late Danial and Julia Ahern. The relatives and friends of the family, also A. C. Harmer Club, Union Republican Club, Edwin S. Cramp Club, Ward Executive Committee of the Eighteenth ward and employes of the Bureau of Water, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 520 Richmond street. Interment at Palmer Ground.
Philadelphia Inquirer 23 February 1900
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MRS. O'HEARN DEAD.
Her Death Soon Follows That of Husband, Who Was Killed by the Cars.
   Mrs. Abbie O'Hearn died at the home of Mrs. Cornelia Meyers, 350 Seaman street, this morning, after a lingering illness. Her death is a particularly sad one, following in less than two months that of her husband, William O'Hearn, who was fatally injured by the cars while attending the gates of the Pennsylvania Railroad, at Washington street, in January.
   Mrs. O'Hearn was ill at that time and since then rapidly grew worse. She is in the 30th year of her age. She leaves a son two years old.
   The funeral of deceased occurs on Saturday morning from her late residence at 8 30 o'clock and from St. Peter's church at 9 o'clock. Undertaker W. J. McDede has charge of the funeral arrangements.
The Daily Times 1 March 1900
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Henry Ahern
AHERN—In Somerville, March 9, Henry, child of Jeremiah and Mary A. Ahern, 1 yr 4 mos. Funeral Sunday, at 2 o'clock, from 138 Linwood st. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 11 March 1900
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Funeral of Mrs. O'Hearn
   The funeral of Mrs. Abbie O'Hearn, whose death occurred on Thursday, but a few weeks after that of her husband, William O'Hearn, took place this morning. Services were held at 8.30 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. James Meyers, 350 Seaman street, and the body was then taken to St. Peter's Church, where a requiem high mass was celebrated by Father Clue, assisted by Dean O'Grady as deacon and Father McCarriston as sub-deacon.
   The body reposed in a red cedar casket covered with black broad cloth. There were many floral tributes on the casket including a large bunch of lilies from Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher and other pieces from Miss Nora O'Hearn and Miss Sapor. As the procession moved out of the chuch the choir sang "Asleep in Jesus." The pall bearers were Thomas Tate, Jeremiah Donovan, James Lyons, W. Kinsey, Thomas Connors, John Smith. Undertaker W. J. McDede had charge of the funeral arrangements.
The Daily Times 3 March 1900
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—Wednesday, March 20, Mrs. Mary Ahern, widow of Michael Ahern, aged 72 yrs. Funeral notice later.
Morning Oregonian 22 March 1900
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FUNERAL NOTICE.
AHERN—The funeral of Mrs. Mary Ahern will take place from the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Williams ave., East Side, with solemn high mass. Rev. C. J. O'Reilly officiating, at 10 o'clock A. M. Saturday, March 24. The interment will take place at Riverview Cemetery. All friends of the deceased are invited to attend.
Morning Oregonian 23 March 1900
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Annie Ahern
FUNERAL NOTICE.—The (Friends of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN O'CONNOR are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Niece, Miss Annie Ahern, to move from the Brisbane General Hospital THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the General Cemetery, Toowong.
SILLETT & BARRETT, Undertakers and Embalmers.
The Brisbane Courier 7 April 1900
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James P. J. Healy
HEALY—James P. J., beloved son of James and Mary Healy (nee Ahern), brother of Thomas, Kittie, Sadie, Lizzie, and Annie, aged 21 years, at his residence, Morgan Park. Funeral April 24, by carriages to Union Depot, thence by cars to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 23 April 1900
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Mrs. James Ahern,
We regret to learn that Mrs. Jas. Ahern, of Kerrisdale, of which place she was an old and much esteemed resident, died on the 4th instant, aged 73 years. Deceased lady, who was a native of Tipperary, Ireland, came to this country many years ago, and, with her husband and family, settled in the district named about 30 years ago. She was deservedly very highly respected, and much sympathy is felt with the bereaved husband and family. Thursday's "Yea Chronicle" says :— The deceased had only been ailing a few weeks, but her demise was not entirely unexpected when her advanced age of 73 years was taken into account. Mrs. Ahearn came to this district many years ago, and for several years was a resident of this township. The funeral, which took place on Sunday, was largely attended, the rites of the Roman Catholic Church being performed at the grave by the Rev. Father O'Reilly.
Kilmore Free Press 17 May 1900
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Martin Ahern
At Redford, N.Y., May 3, 1900, Martin Ahern, aged 66 years on June 15, next. He was a native of Queenstown, Ireland, and came to this country when only a lad of fifteen. His home has been in Redford and vicinity for near two score years. For a long period, now, he has been employed by the Chateaugay Ore and Iron Co., at Standish. A man of probity and honor, and industrious in his habits, he won the respect and confidence of all who knew him. He was a kind neighbor, a true- hearted friend, a good husband and father and will be sorely missed, not only in his family, but in the community. He is survived by his widow and eight children, all the latter at home except two. The sympathy of numerous friends go out to them in the great sorrow that has come to them. Mrs. Ahern and the family extend their heartfelt thanks to the friends and neighbors who so kindly assisted during the long illness and the death of the beloved husband and father.
The Plattsburgh Sentinel 18 May 1900
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Bridget (O'Hearn) Woods
Bridget O'Hearn Woods 1830 - May 27, 1900 — Mrs. Woods died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E.J. Flannagan, 322 Avondale Ave. at 7p.m. yesterday afternoon. She was 70 years of age. She has another daughter, Mrs. P. J. Conmay, wife of Sgt. Conmay, and a son, John Woods of New York City. Three brothers also survive her. Patrick and John O'Hearn of Toledo and James O'Hearn of Lorain. The funeral will be held from St. Patrick's Church at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow. The internment will be at Calvary.
The Toledo Blade 28 May 1900
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Julia (Ahern) Grodrick
Grodrick, Julia, nee Ahern, aged 46 yrs., wife of Thomas, and mother of Edward, and Thomas, native of Listowel, Co. Kerry. Funeral from resid., 12 Broom st. to St. Columbkille's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News 4 June 1900
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Julia Ahern
AHERN—In Roxbury, June 23, Julia, widow of Timothy Ahern, 62 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 113 Thornton st, Monday, at 8 a.m.; requiem high mass at St. Joseph's church, Curcuit st, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
Mrs. Julia Ahern Dead
Mrs. Julia Ahern, mother of Alderman John J. Ahern of Cambridge, died yesterday morning at her home, 113 Thornton st, Roxbury. She has been ill some time. Funeral services will be held at St. Joseph's church, Circuit st, Monday, 9 a.m.
The Boston Globe 24 June 1900
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Daniel J. Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, July 9, Daniel J. Ahearn, 47 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 211 D st, Wednesday, July 11, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem at St. Augustine's church at 9 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 11 July 1900
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Thomas, 51; 4631 Wentworth-av., July 11.
Chicago Tribune 13 July 1900
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Johanna (Kennedy) O'Hern
O'Hern, Johanna, nee Kennedy, wife of Officer John O'Hern, sister of Mrs. W. Burk, Thomas, Jerry and Hugh Kennedy, Aug. 13, 1900, native of Co. Tipperary. Funeral from resid., 2812 - 5th ave. to St. James Church to Mt. Olivet.
Chicago Daily News August 1900
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James Joseph Ahern
AHERN.—On August 14, 1900, James Joseph, infant son of James and Margaret and grandson of James and the late Julia Ahern, aged 11 months. Funeral on Thursday, at 3 o'clock, from 3112 North Bancroft street. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 15 August 1900
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John Ahern
Ahern.— On the 16th August, at Pipitea-street, John Ahern, aged 60 years. R.I.P. [see also: John Ahern]
The Wellington Evening Post 16 August 1900
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN—In the City and County Hospital, August 15, 1900, Thomas Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 76.
The San Francisco Call 16 August 1900
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DEATHS REPORTED SEPT. 22.
Manhattan and Bronx
AHERN, Timothy, 491 Pearl St., [died Sept. 19, age 47]
New York Times 23 September 1900
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Irish News.
CORK.—Death of a Youghal Priest in America—Keen sorrow was felt in Youghal at the death of one its best and most gifted sons, the Rev. John C. Ahern, who passed away at Minneapolis in the prime of his life. Father Ahern came of a well-known family, which had given its best members to the sacred ministry for the advancement of God's cause.
New Zealand Tablet 11 October 1900
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KILLED BY FILIPINOS.
Richard O'Hearn of Fall River Served in the Spanish-American War.
FALL RIVER. Sept 14—The latest casualty report from Gen. MacArthur contained the name of private Richard O'Hearn of this city, a member of Co I, 26th infantry. O'Hearn met his death in July last at San Blas, Island of Panay, in a skirmish with the Filipinos. He had previously been reported captured by the insurgents and held as a prisoner, but the latest developments indicate that he was killed in battle. Private O'Hearn was 25 years of age and had seen service in the Spanish war as a member of Co F, 12th infantry, being honorably discharged at the end of the war. In July, 1899, he reenlisted, being sent to the 26th infantry.
The Boston Globe 15 September 1900
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Mary O'Hern
O'HERN—In Natick, Oct. 21, Mary O'Hern, aged 13 yrs.— Mary Ahern [sic], youngest daughter of Andrew Ahern, died on Sunday of black diptheria, after a short illness. Interment was made at St. Patrick's cemetery on Monday. The child was thirteen years of age, and the grief-stricken parents have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.
The Natick Bulletin 26 October 1900
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Annie C. (Devine) Ahern
AHERN.—On Wednesday, November 7, 1900, Annie C., wife of James G. Ahern, and daughter of the late Henry and Hannah C. Devine. Her funeral will take place on Monday morning, at 8 o'clock from 2233 Lambert street, near Twenty-first and Susquehanna avenue. Solemn requiem mass at St. Elizabeth's Church, at 9.30 o'clock precisely. Interment private, at Cathedral Cemetery. Married Ladies' Sodality and the members of the League of the Sacred Heart, of the Church of Gesu, are invited to attend.
Philadelphia Inquirer 10 November 1900
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Albert James Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, November 9, 1900 Albert James Ahearn, beloved brother of Thomas Ahearn, Mrs. Nellie Tierney and the late Mrs. Fahey, a native of Grass Valley, Cal., aged 33 years 11 months and 3 days.
   Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at the parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street.
The San Francisco Call 10 November 1900
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Michael J. Ahern
Mr. Michael J. Ahern died at his home on East street Tuesday morning, after an illness of several months. His age was 30 years and 9 months. Mr. Ahern had been in poor health for a long time, but last spring he fell from a second story window to the ground and was carried home unconscious. It appeared that he was hurt internally and this, it is said, hastened his death. He was born in Natick and has always lived here and been employed in the shoe shops till his health failed him. He had many friends in town and a wife and five children survive him. The funeral was held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock, from St. Patrick's church, where a High Mass in Requiem was celebrated by Rev. M. F. Delaney.
The Natick Bulletin 16 November 1900
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Thomas Aherne
AHERNE On the 2nd inst. after a short illness, Thomas AHERNE ex sgt RIC Assistant CPS Douglas.
The Constabulary Gazette 17 November 1900
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John Ahern
AHERN—John Ahern, an old and well known citizen of this city, died this morning shortly after 12 o'clock in the Railroad Hospital, from the effects of injuries which he received a few days ago in the railroad yards. Mr Ahern was an old employee in the yards. The other day, he started to walk between some cars standing on a switch, and as he did, so an engine started to switch the cars to another part of the yard. The cars came together and Ahern was caught between them and severly crushed. An investigation at the hospital revealed the fact that one of his ribs had been broken and he was injured in other parts of his body.

Deceased was a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 71 years. He was the father of Thomas, David, Alice, and Maggie Ahern.

Sacramento Bee 17 November 1900
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Patrick O'Hearn
O'Hearn, Patrick, Nov. 20, 1900, husband of Margaret, nee Walsh, father of Maggie, Nellie, Nora and Mrs. F. J. Mooney, native of Co. Clare. Funeral from resid., 103 W. Polk st. to St. Patrick's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News November 1900
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Mary M. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Nov. 30, Mary M., wife of Edward J. Ahern, [?]4 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 32 East Springfield st., Sunday, Dec. 2 at 1:15 p.m. Services at the cathedral of the Holy Cross at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 1 December 1900
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Ellen Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, Jan. 25, Ellen, widow of the late David Ahearn, 77 yrs. Funeral from the residence of her son, Mr. Daniel Ahearn, 21 Unity st., Monday morning at 8:30. Requiem high mass at St. Stephen's church, Hanover st., at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 27 January 1901
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN — On the 10th inst., at her residence, Monard, Whitechurch, Margaret, the beloved wife of John Ahern, junr. Funeral at 1 o'clock to-day (Tuesday), for St. Joseph's Cemetery. R.I.P. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her.
The Cork Examiner 12 February 1901
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Daniel A'Hearn
There were high masses of requiem this morning at St. Stephen's church for two old residents of the district. At 9 o'clock Rev. Fr. Killilea celebrated a mass for Daniel A'Hearn of 31 Unity st., whose body was taken, after the mass, to Calvary cemetery for interment.
The Boston Globe 26 February 1901
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN—In Somerville, March 2, Jeremiah Ahern, 36 yrs 3 mos. Funeral Tuesday, March 5, at 2 o'clock p.m. from his late residence, 148 Linwood st. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. [see also: Henry Ahern]
The Boston Globe 4 March 1901
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Lilian "Sarah" Aherne
AHERNE — At Kilamucky, Castlemartyr, Sarah (Lilian), the dearly loved wife of W. J. Aherne, aged 43 years. Funeral at 2 o'clock on Friday.
The Cork Examiner 7 March 1901
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Mary (Ahern) Finn
   FINN—In this city, March 18, 1901, Mary, relict of the late James Finn, beloved mother of Elena, Jerome and May Finn, Mrs. J. Kallich and Mrs. P. A. Gay of Portland, Or., and sister of Rodger, William, Patrick and Arthur J. Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 63 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this day (Thursday), at 9:30 o'clock, from her late residence, 2525 Nineteenth street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. [see also: Bartholomew Ahern]
The San Francisco Call 21 March 1901
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IN MEMORIAM
In sad and loving memory of my dear father, Timothy Ahern, who died at his residence, Horgan's Buildings, Cork, March 29th, 1900. On whose soul, Sweet Jesus, have mercy.
The Cork Examiner 29 March 1901
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IN MEMORIAM
First Anniversary — In sad but loving memory of our dear father, Michael Ahern, Grand Parade Market, who departed this life March 29th, 1900. Mother of sorrows, pray for him.
The Cork Examiner 29 March 1901
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Captain John Ahern
AHERN—On Monday, April 15, 1901, at 6 o'clock p.m., JOHN AHERN, beloved husband of Malvina Buras, aged 56 years and ? months, a native of Plymouth, England, and a resident of this city for the past thirty-five years. The friends and acquaintances of the family, and also the officers and members of the Louisiana Branch Pilots' Association, are respectfully onvited to attend his funeral, which will take place Wednesday Afternoon, April 17, 1901, at 3 o'clock, from the residence of the deceased, 1446 Magazine street, between Robin and Race streets. Plymouth, Devonshire, papers please copy.
The Daily Picayune 16 April 1901
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Hanora Ahern
AHERN — At the residence of her daughter, 14, Grand Parade, Hanora, dearly beloved wife of John Ahern, senr., Monard. Funeral from SS Peter and Paul's on Friday, at 1 o'clock, for Garrycloyne.
The Cork Examiner 18 April 1901
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Sarah (Davidson) Ahern
   AHERN—In Tiburon, Mrs. Sarah E. Ahern, wife of James B. Ahern, and mother of Bessie and Irene Ahern, a native of Mountain View, Santa Clara County, aged 31 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from Tiburon at 10 o'clock. Interment at Petaluma. [see also: Agnes Jane Ahern]
The San Francisco Call 12 May 1901
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Sarah (Davidson) Ahern
Mrs. James Ahern died at Tiburon Friday morning after a very short illness. She is the wife of Jimmie Ahern, the engineer on the California Northwestern railway. She was taken sick Thursday afternoon while Ahern was at Mirabel with the picnickers. He was the engineer on the picnic train. From news received here it seems that about time Ahern blew his engine whistle to encourage the racers on the track his wife was being seized by a fatal sickness. She leaves a husband and 2 little children besides brothers and sisters, as follows: James Davidson of Yreka; Mrs. George Sullivan; Misses Ella, Clara, Ruby, and Mary Davidson. Her mother died about a year and half ago. Mrs. Ahern was well known here, where she had resided and her many friends will learn with regret of her demise. It is thought probable the funeral will be held here.
Who Caused Her Death
—The Bulletin says: With her lips sealed as to who gave her the medicine which caused her death, Mrs. SARAH AHERN of Tiburon died suddenly Friday. The circumstances surrounding the case are such that arrest may follow the investigation made by the coroner. Mrs. Ahern is the wife of J. Ahern, who is connected with the California Northwestern railroad, and in the little town of Tiburon had always commanded the respect of all who knew her. Friday morning she was taken suddenly ill and Dr. Florence Scott of Belreden was sent for. The physician discovered that the case was very serious and at once sent for Dr. Dollischon. The two did what was possible to relieve the sufferer, but she died in a few hours after they were called in. Before her death Dr. Scott endeavored to get the patient to tell who was guilty of malpractice, but she would say nothing other than that a friend had given her medicine. After her death, however, Mr. Ahern found a small box and some cards bearing the name of Mrs. J.A. Achard of 415a Third Street, San Francisco. Coroner Eden was notified and held an inquest.

The facts as above stated were brought out, and Dr. W.J. Wickman, the coroner's physician made an autopsy, finding that the woman was a victim of malpractice and that death was due to septicema. James Ahern, the husband, remembered seeing Mrs. Shiland visiting his wife. Mrs. Shiland was called as a witness, and was put through a rigid examination. She admitted calling on Mrs. Ahern, but denied giving her any medicine or attending her. This is the second time she has been called before the coroner's jury. Three years ago she was a witness in a San Francisco case. The jury was given the case and returned a verdict that Mrs. Ahern came to her death from blood poisoning, due to causes unknown. Mrs. Ahern was a native of Petaluma, aged 31 years. [see also: Agnes Jane Ahern, Henry M. Ahern]

The Marin Journal 16 May 1901
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, C., 52; 2389 Melrose-av., May 18.
Chicago Tribune 20 May 1901
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Mary A. (Maher) Ahern
AHERN—In Somerville, May 27, Mary A., beloved wife of the late Jeremiah Ahern (nee Mary A. Maher), 33 yrs. Funeral Wednesday, May 29, at 8:30 a.m., from 385 Somerville av. Requiem mass at St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 28 May 1901
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Ann Ahearn
In this city, June 6, Ann, widow of the late P. AHEARN, mother of John F., Joseph W., and Mary E. Ahearn, a native of County Clare, Ireland. The funeral  . . .  from her late residence, 65 Boardman street; thence to St. Rose's Church. Interment, Mount Calvary Cemetery.
San Francisco Chronicle 7 June 1901
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Ann Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, June 6, Ann, widow of the late P. AHEARN, and beloved mother of John F., Joseph W., and Mary E. Ahearn, a native of County Clare, Ireland. The funeral will take place this day (Saturday, at 8:30 o'clock, from her late residence, 65 Boardman street; thence to St. Rose's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9 o'clock. Interment, Mount Calvary Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
San Francisco Chronicle 8 June 1901
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CIVIL HOSPITAL IN GUAM.
Money Raised by Public Subscription, but
Government Will Maintain It.
The health of the Island of Guam, according to a report from the governor of the island, dated April 22, remains about the same. There has been but one death in the command, namely, P. Ahearn, private United States Marine Corps, who died April 20 and was buried in the naval cemetery.
Washington Post 12 June 1901
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Francis I. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, June 27, 1901, Francis I., son of Maurice and Margaret Ahern, a native of San Francisco, aged 23 years.
   The funeral will take place this day (Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 810 Lyon street, thence to Holy Cross Church, where a mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 29 June 1901
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John Ahern
AHERN — On Sunday, the 30th of June, at Newcestown, John Ahern, father of the Rev. D. Ahern. Funeral for Kilmichael at 1 o'clock on this day (Tuesday) R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 2 July 1901
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Mary Ahern
   AHERN—In the City and County Hospital, July 9, 1901, Mary Ahern, a native of Massachusetts, aged 49 years.
The San Francisco Call 12 July 1901
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WHYTE-YARCOWIE, July 15.
Miss Lizzie Ahern, sister of the postmistress, died here on Saturday. The remains were removed by train for interment in Yankalilla, where the family reside.
South Australian Advertiser 19 July 1901
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Edward J. Ahern
AHERN—In Portland, Me., July 18, suddenly, Edward J. Ahern, formerly of Oak st. Funeral notice later.
Edward J. Ahern Dead at Portland.
PORTLAND, Me., July 18—Edward J. Ahern of 32 East Springfield st, Boston, who was picked up on the street unconscious Tuesday, died at the hospital tonight.
The Boston Globe 19 July 1901
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John Ahern
We regret to record the death of Mr. John Ahern, of the Wakamarina, which took place at noon yesterday. John Ahern was one of the earliest settlers of the Wairau. He arrived at the Wakamarina when the rush took place, where he resided till the last [illegible] months, when through illness he came to reside in Blenheim. He leaves a wife, three sons and two daughters to mourn his loss.
Marlborough Express 19 July 1901
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Elizabeth Ursula "Lizzie" Ahern
AHERN.—On the 13th July, at her sister's residence, telegraph station, Whyte-Yarcowie, Elizabeth Ursula (Lizzie), the dearly-beloved youngest daughter of the late William Ahern, of Yankalilla, aged 23 years. R.I.P.
South Australian Advertiser 26 July 1901
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, Aug 10, Daniel, beloved child of Maurice and Elizabeth Ahern, 8 mos. 28 ds. Funeral from the residence, 193 London st, Sunday, at 2 p m. Relatives and friends are requested to attend.
The Boston Globe 11 August 1901
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LAST RITES
Funeral of Michael Ahearn Held This Morning
All that was mortal of Michael Ahearn, the victim of Sunday's accident, was laid to rest in the Catholic cemtery this Tuesday morning. The services took place in the Immaculate Conception church at 9 o'clock and a delegation from Division 16, A. O. H., escorted the remains from the late home of the deceased, 77 Florence st., to the church and thence to the cemetery. The office of the Marlboro Coal Co., of which Mr. Ahearn was a faithful employe for a number of years, was closed during the services and associates of the deceased attended the obsequies in a body. The firm was represented by C. F. Robinson and F. H. Morse who occupied seats in the rear of the mourners.

The hearse was drawn by the pair of gray horses which were usually driven by the deceased and which were attached to the sprinkling cart when he met his death.

The religious services consisted of a mass of requiem celebrated by Rev. J. P. Sullivan. F. A. McGill sang the Piu Jesu at the offertory. Interment was in the Catholic cemetery. The bearers were C. H. Coughlin, John W. Hutch, D. C. Downey, B. P. Clancy, Martin Gunning and William Fitzgerald, all members of Division 16.

Marlboro Daily Enterprise 13 August 1901
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Helena M. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Aug. 19, Helenena [Helena M.], daughter of John and Margaret Ahern, 6 mos. 14 ds. Funeral from 9 Ohio st., Wednesday, Aug. 21, at 2 o'clock p.m. Relatives and friends invited. [see also: 20 August 1901]
The Boston Globe 20 August 1901
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William O'Hearn
William O'Hearn, an 8-year-old boy, whose parents live at 2 Reeds ct., off Yeoman st., Roxbury, was drowned about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon by falling off the Swett-st. bridge into an arm of the South bay. The little fellow left his home after dinner in company with Charles Habblitz of 15 Reeds ct. The boys were amusing themselves by jumping on and off the railing of the bridge, when the O'Hearn boy slipped and fell into the water. The harbor police were not successful in grappling for the body until about 8:30 when it was seen floating, and was brought ashore by James Queeney of 35 Chadwick st.
The Boston Globe 21 August 1901
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DEATHS IN ROXBURY
O'HERAN.—Wm. O'Heran, 8, of 2 Reeds ct. Aug. 20.
Roxbury Gazette 24 August 1901
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Mrs. Anne A'Hearn
The funeral of the late Mrs. Anne A'Hearn took place this morning from her late residence, 30 Hale St. and was largely attended. The cortege proceeded to the Immaculate Conception church, where a requiem mass was solemnized by Rev. Fr. Lawrence, O.M.I. The choir under the direction of Mr. P. P. Haggerty rendered the Gregorian chant. At the offertory he sustained Von Webber's "Pie Jesu". After the elevation, he rendered the Gregarian [sic] "O Salutaris." At the close of mass, the choir sang the "De Profundis." Mrs. Hagperty [sic] presided at the organ. There were relatives and friends present at the funeral from Boston, Chelsea and Revere. Among the many floral offerings was a large pillow bearing the inscription "Sister" in blue immortelles from the sisters of the deceased, and a large cross inscribed "Dear Aunt" in blue immortelles from the nephews of the deceased. The bearers were William Boyle, William Duffy, Sr., Thomas Welch, John Tansey, James Allen and William Duffy, Jr. The committal prayers were read at the grave in St. Patrick's cemetery by Rev. Fr. Lawrence, O.M.I. Interment was in the family lot in St. Patrick's cemetery. The funeral was under the direction of Undertaker Molloy.
Lowell Daily News 3 September 1901
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—In Dorchester, at the Free Home for Consumptives, 428 Quincy st, Michael Ahern, 41 yrs.
The Boston Globe 3 September 1901
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William Ahern
THIRD ANNIVERSARY. — In sad and loving memory of William Ahern, Barrack street, who died on the 4th September, 1898. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for him.
The Cork Examiner 4 September 1901
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—September 17th, at his residence, 61, Gillabbey street, Michael Ahern, agent, to the inexpressible grief of his sorrowing wife and family. Funeral from Lough Chapel on Thursday at 11 o'clock for Tracton Abbey.
The Cork Examiner 18 September 1901
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Cornelius Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Oct. 8, Cornelius Ahern, 21 yrs. Funeral from the residence of his aunt, Mrs. Catherine Reardon, 13 Edgeley pl., Thursday, Oct. 10, at 1 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. [see also: 9 October 1901]
The Boston Globe 9 October 1901
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John Donohue
Donohue, John, at resid., 297 Center ave., husband of Alice, nee Ahern, father of Mary, Fannie, Bridget, Patrick, Alice, Nora and John, native of Dromsally, Cappamore, Co. Limerick.
Chicago Daily News 17 October 1901
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN — On the 3rd inst, Patrick Ahern, late of Monard, Whitechurch. R.I.P. Funeral on Tuesday at 1 o'clock sharp from St Patrick's R C Church for Garrycloyne.
The Cork Examiner 4 November 1901
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MILFORD
At St. Mary's church this morning the funeral of Michael Ahern took place and was very largely attended. Solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by the clergy of St. Mary's parish. The floral tributes were especially notable and appropriate. The burial was in St. Mary's cemetery.
The Boston Globe 6 November 1901
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Josie (Ahern) McMahon
McMAHON—Nov. 6, Mrs. Joseph T. McMahon, born Josie Ahern, formerly of the North End, 144 Webster st., East Boston. Funeral services Saturday at 9 a.m. at the church of the Assumption.
The Boston Globe 8 November 1901
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Joseph Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Nov 14, Joseph, beloved son of Cornelius and Julia Ahern, 5 yrs 6 mos. Funeral from his parents' residence, 35 Seneen st, Saturday, Nov 16, at 2 p m Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 16 November 1901
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James Ahern
We regret to announce the death of Mr. James Ahern, J.P., a highly-respected resident of the Albion and Hamilton suburbs for the last twelve years, who passed away peacefully at his residence, Albion Park Estate, on Thursday morning. The deceased gentleman, who was a native of Limerick, Ireland, had attained the age of 72. The late Mr. Ahern was a resident of Australia for over fifty years. He resided for many years at Armidale and Braidwood, in the mother State, and bore his full share of the vicissitudes of pioneer life in the early days. On two occasions while carrying on business on the gold-fields he was "balled up" by bushrangers, and on one occasion, while guarding his property, one of the bushrangers stretched him unconscious by a blow from the butt end of a revolver.

He came to Queensland twenty years ago, and for some years carried on grazing in the Peak Downs district. For the last ten years he has retired from business, and lived a quiet life, respected by all who knew him. The deceased gentleman, who was a magistrate of the territory for many years, was highly cultured, and is said to have been one of the ripest Greek scholars in Australasia. He leaves a widow and grown-up family of three sons and three daughters, of whom two are married. The eldest of the daughters is the wife of Mr. J. V. McCarthy, the editor of the "Toowoomba Chronicle," and the youngest is Mrs. G. D. De Silva, of South Brisbane. It is a noteworthy fact that his decease is the first death in his family for a period covering forty-three years.

The Brisbane Courier 16 November 1901
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Agatha, 7; 8300 Ashland-av., Nov. 20.
Chicago Tribune 20 November 1901
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Ellen Ahern
In fond and loving memory of my dear aunt, Ellen Ahern, who died November 25th, 1896, at 22, Great George's street West. On her soul, Sweet Jesus, have mercy.
The Cork Examiner 27 November 1901
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Jeremiah Aherne
FOURTH ANNIVERSARY — In sad and loving memory of my fond husband, Jeremiah Aherne Friar's Walk, who departed this life on 17th Dec., 1897. On his soul, Sweet Jesus have mercy. Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for him. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 18 December 1901
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Thomas Ahearn
   Lyons and her citizens were considerably shocked and grieved, last Tuesday, when they learned of the sudden death, from heart disease, of Thomas Ahearn, which occurred in Longmont, December 17, 1901 at noon.
   Only his most intimate friends here knew that he was troubled with his heart, and his death came as a sad blow. It was known that he had been ailing for several days, but on Monday morning, when, in company with William Thorne, he drove down to Longmont to consult Dr. Sard Weist, it was thought that he was considerably better. He ate quite a hearty meal at Longmont, Monday noon, and when Mr. Thorne left him to return to Lyons, Tom was feeling quite himself.
   In the evening his old malady returned, though, and the pain in his head was so severe that the poor man became mentally unbalanced, and a nurse had to watch over him constantly. Tuesday morning Dr. Weist telephoned that Tom was worse, and he advised Mrs. Ahearn to come immediately. She and Jack Craig started in a buggy, but they had not much more than got out of town when word came that he was dead. It was a sad reception, indeed, for the wife when she arrived in Longmont. Mrs. Ahearn returned to Lyons that evening and made arrangements to accompany the body of her husband to his old home in Greenville, Pa., where the funeral service and burial will take place.
   The deceased leaves a wife and five children; three sons and two daughters. There also survives him, his mother, four sisters, and three brothers. Mrs. Ahearn's father, Mr. Lyons, will remain here with the children until Mrs. Ahearn returns when the property will be disposed of and all will return to Pennsylvania to live with Mr. Ahearn's mother, this being the wish of the deceased.
   Tom Ahearn was 37 years old last month, and had lived in Lyons about 15 years. He was married 11 years ago, and his wife has lived here with him since that time. He was quite prominent in Boulder county politics and always took a prominent part in everything that was for the best interests of Lyons. He was the chief of the fire department and treasurer of the town of Lyons. The widow and the fatherless children have the sympathy of every citizen of this town in their sad bereavement. —Lyons, Col., Recorder, December 19, 1901.
Greenville (PA) Evening Record 18 December 1901
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Thomas A'Hearn
A'HEARN:—At the Silver Moon Hotel, Longmont, Tuesday, Dec 17, 1901, of heart failure. Thomas A'Hearn of Lyons, aged 37 years. The remains were embalmed by F.R. Shaw and Co and sent to Greenville, PA., Mrs. A'Hearn accompanying.
Longmont Leger 20 December 1901
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James Ahern
AHERN — December 26th, at North Fever Hospital, James, youngest son of Denis Ahern, Ballineadig. Funeral 12 o'clock this day (Friday) for Ovens. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 27 December 1901
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William A. Ahern
AHERN—In Arlington, Dec 26, William A., son of Ellen and the late Denis Ahern, 33 yrs. Funeral from late residence, 47 North Union st, Saturday morning at 8 o'clock High mass of requiem at St. Agnes' church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 27 December 1901
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William A. Ahern
William A. Ahern, a well known young citizen, died at his home, 47 North Union street, Thursday, after a long illness. The deceased was 33 [sic] years of age. Funeral services will be held at St. Agnes's church this morning at 9.
The Arlington Enterprise 28 December 1901
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Ellen Ahearn
AHEARN—In Cambridgeport, Dec 27, Ellen, widow of John Ahearn. Funeral from her late residence, No 103 Amory st, Sunday, at 1:30 p.m. Services at St Mary's of the Annunciation church at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment in Mt. Auburn cemetery, East Watertown. [The correct name is Sand Banks Cemetery and it has no affiliation with Mt. Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge.]
The Boston Globe 29 December 1901
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Ellen (Ahern) Enright
On Monday, December 30, 1901, at 12:40 a.m., at her residence, 414 Taylor street, Sixteenth ward, Pittsburgh, Ellen, wife of John Enright, aged 49 years. Funeral on Thursday, January 2, 1902, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Mary's Church, Forty-sixth street, at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
Pittsburgh Press 31 December 1901
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN—In this city, January 2, 1902, Patrick, beloved husband of Eliza Ahern, a native of Mitchellstown, County Cork, Ireland, aged 84 years. A member of the Sodality of St. Ignatius Church. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Saturday), at 8 :30 o'clock, from his late residence, 310 Gough street, thence to St. Joseph's Church, Tenth street where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9 o'clock. Interment private in Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 3 January 1902
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William Patrick Ahern
AHERN — On the 8th instant, at Ballinlough Road, William Patrick, the dearly beloved child of John J and Julia E (O'Riordan) Ahern, aged 4 years and 11 months. Funeral for St. Finbarr's Cemetery on this day (Friday) at 1 p.m.
The Cork Examiner 10 January 1902
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Peter Ahearn
AHEARN — Peter Ahearn, aged five years and ten months, child of Joseph and Sarah, died this morning at the Lowell hospital. The funeral took place this afternoon at 3 o'clock and interment was in the Catholic cemetery under the direction of Undertaker J. F. O'Donnell.
The Lowell Sun 21 January 1902
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Alfred Ahern
Missoula, Feb. 2.—Alfred Ahern, an old man, died this afternoon at his cabin on the Upper Rattlesnake. Old age and a complication of diseases were the cause of his death. The funeral arrangements will be made later.
Anaconda Standard 3 February 1902
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Charles Rose
ROSE—At Carney hospital, Feb. 3, Charles Rose, 23 yrs. Funeral from residence of his sister, Mrs. William H. Ahern, 922 Dorchester av, Dorchester, Thursday at 8:15 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Margaret's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment at St. Paul's cemtery, Arlington.
The Boston Globe 5 February 1902
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Maurice Ahern
AHERN—In North Cambridge, Feb. 24, Maurice Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 140 Sherman st., Thursday, Feb. 27, at 8;15 a.m. High mass at St. John's chapel, Rindge av. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 25 February 1902
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Emily (Wood) Wheeler
WHEELER—Emily Wood, widow of the late William H. Wheeler, Sunday, March 16, at her residence, 5809 Indiana-av. She was born Aug. 14, 1831, Newport, Isle of Wight, England. She came to the State of Illinois in 1855, and has been a resident of this city since 1881. She is survived by six children, Mrs. E. G. Ahern, Luella, William J., Barton W., Walter H., and Fayette H. Wheeler.
Chicago Tribune 18 March 1902
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Daniel J. Ahern
AHERN—Daniel J. Ahern, on April 24, at his residence, 6547 Lafayette-av., husband of Annie Hefferan Ahern, aged 45 years. Funeral on Sunday, April 27, to St. Bernard's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 26 April 1902
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Alice (McCartney) Ahern
Mrs. Alice Ahern, wife of W. J. Ahern, a brick contractor living at 2417 Forest avenue, last night of general debility, after an illness of three years. She was 46 years old and had lived in Kansas City about twenty years. Before her marriage she was Miss Alice McCartney.

The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock from St. Joseph's church at Nineteenth and Harrison.

The Kansas City Times 14 June 1902
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Mrs. Margaret (Ahern) Roach
Mrs. Margaret, wife of Mr. Morris Roach of North Union street, died on Wednesday, after five or six years of invalidism. The funeral takes place this morning, July 4th, at nine o'clock, in St. Agnes church.
The Arlington Advocate 5 July 1902
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Josephine Elizabeth Ahern
   AHERN — In Los Gatos, July 6, 1902, Josephine Elizabeth, beloved wife of J. W. Ahern of Bakersfield, Kern County, Cal., a native of Contra Costa County, Cal., aged 36 years.
   Friends are invited to attend the funeral to-day (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock, from the residence of J. M. Ahern, 1308 Laguna street, thence to Holy Cross Cemetery by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets.
The San Francisco Call 8 July 1902
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Patrick J. Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, July 17, Patrick J. Ahern, 42 yrs., born in Middleton, county Cork, Ire. Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Mary Clarson, 97 Liverpool st., Sunday, July 20, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 20 July 1902
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Mary Ellen Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 22, 1902, Mary Ellen, dearly beloved daughter of Mary and William Ahern, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 day. [see also: James Francis Ahern]
The San Francisco Call 25 July 1902
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Ellen O'Hern
O'Hern — Ellen, at St. John's hospital. Funeral from residence of her sister, Mrs. Hartnett, 89 Orange st. Services at St. John's cathedral Tuesday morning 9 o'clock.
— Cleveland Necrology, 12 August 1902
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John Ahern
Ahern, John. Died Aug. 11, aged 86 yrs., husband of Bridget (nee Brady), native of Mona Becka, Co. Limerick. First employee at Chicago Avenue Waterworks, serving 50 yrs. Funeral from residence, 81 Pearson st. to Holy Name cathedral thence to Calvary cemetery. Cleveland, Toledo and Buffalo (NY) papers please copy.
Chicago Daily News 12 August 1902
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John Ahern
AHERN—John, aged 80 [sic]. Funeral Thursday at 9 a.m. from 81 Pearson-st. to Cathedral of the Holy Name, thence to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 14 August 1902
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William Ahearn
AHEARN.—Aug. 13, at the Hudson Street Hospital, William Ahearn, aged 30 years, of 352 St. Nicholas Avenue.
New York Times 17 August 1902
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John J. Ahern
AHERN—In Manila, P. I., July 18, 1902, John J. Ahern, beloved brother of Richard H. and Peter Ahern of Oakland and Mrs. Theresa Quinn and Fannie and Kate Ahern of Santa Barbara, a native of Whitstable, County Kent, England.
The San Francisco Call 17 August 1902
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Johanna Ahearn
AHEARN—In East Cambridge, Aug. 23, Johanna, beloved wife of Eugene Ahearn, 33 yrs. Funeral from her late home, 26 East St., East Cambridge, Tuesday morning, Aug. 26, at 8:30. Requiem at the church of the Sacred Heart at 9. Interment in Calvary cemetery.
The Boston Globe 25 August 1902
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Ellen Ahearn
AHEARN—the friends and relatives of the late Mrs. Ellen Ahearn are kindly invited to attend her Funeral, to move from her late residence 29 Bloomfield Street, Surrey Hills, to the RC Cemetery, Rookwood. SUNDAY AFTERNOON at 1.30 pm Charles Kinsella 116 Oxford Street
Sydney Morning Herald September 1902
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Mrs. William Ahern
AHERN—Mrs. William, Sept. 3, Burial Sept. 6 at 9 a.m. from 1634 N. Humboldt-st, by train to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 4 September 1902
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John W. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Charlestown, Sept. 10, John W., beloved son of John and Mary Ahearn, 22 yrs 8 mos. Funeral from the residence of his parents, 2 Hamblin st. Saturday, Sept. 13, at 8:30. High mass at St. Francis de Sales' church at 9. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 12 September 1902
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Ellen (Ahern) Kennedy
In this city, Sept 28th, Ellen A., widow of the late Michael F. Kennedy. Funeral at her late residence, 15 Sherman street, Wednesday, at 8;30 a.m. Services at St. James Catholic church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. It is requested that no flowers be sent.
New Bedford Evening Standard 30 September 1902
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, Sept. 28, John Ahearn, 84 yrs. Funeral from residence of his son, John J. Ahearn, 34 Covington st. Funeral notice later.
The Boston Globe 30 September 1902
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, Sept. 28, John Ahearn, 84 yrs. Funeral from residence of his son, John J. Ahearn, 34 Covington st., Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 9:14 a.m. High mass at the Gate of Heaven church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 1 October 1902
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Bridget A. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Charlestown, Oct 4, Bridget A. Ahearn, 4[8?] yrs. Funeral from the residence of her sister, Mrs. William Flanagin, 29 Washington st., Monday, Oct. 6 at 8:30. Requiem high mass at St. Mary's church, Warren st., at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 6 October 1902
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Mary O'Hearn
O'HEARN—Mrs. Mary O'Hearn, age seventy-four years, at her home, 2433 W. Broadway, October 26. Funeral October 28, at 8:45 a.m., from residence, and at 9 o'clock from Church of the Holy Name.
Louisville Times 27 October 1902
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Hannorah Ahern
AHERN—Hannorah Ahern. Funeral today at 9:30 a.m. from 395 May-st., to Holy Trinity church, thence by carriage to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 30 October 1902
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Frederick J. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Chelsea, Nov. 7, Frederick J. Ahearn, infant son of John and Mary A. Ahearn, 1 yr 1 mo 15 ds. Funeral from parents' residence, 276 2d st., Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 8 November 1902
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Michael Sullivan
Sullivan, Michael. Husband of Mary (nee Ahern), father of George, James, John, Michael, Joseph, Stephen, Daniel, Margaret, Thomas. Native of Castletownconyers, Co. Limerick. Funeral from 275 Polk st. to St. Patrick's church thence to Calvary cemetery. [see also: Lawrence Ahern]
Chicago Daily News 12 November 1902
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Michael Ahern
The death of Mr. M. Ahern, who for over 30 years was a highly-respected resident of the Clare district, occurred at his residence in Jeffcott-street, North Adelaide on Saturday morning. The deceased for about 20 years was a well-known fruit-grower, and lived at Astley Vale, a mile from the township of Clare. About five months ago he sold the property, and came to the city to live in retirement. He was 63 years of age at the time of his death, and left a widow, three sons, and three daughters. His sons, all of whom are at present in other parts of Australia, are Messrs. P., J., and T. Ahern; and his daughters, Mesdames H. Miller (of Seven Hills), F. Slattery (of Snowtown), and J. McCormack (of Saddleworth).
South Australian Advertiser 8 December 1902
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AHERN.—On the 6th December, at his residence, Jeffcott street, North Adelaide, Mr. M. Ahern, late of Clare, in his 63rd year. R.I.P.
The Adelaide Advertiser 8 December 1902
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John S. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, December 13, John S. Ahern, a native of Maine, aged 55 years. A member of Metal Polishers Union, Local No. 128. (Buffalo and Chicago papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Monday), at 1 o'clock p.m., from the parlors of McFadden, McBreaty & Green, 1171 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth. Interment, Mount Olivet Cemetery.
San Francisco Examiner 15 December 1902
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Anna (McHugh) Ahern
Word was received in the city of the death of Mrs. J. J. Ahern, of Cresco, Ia. Deceased was formerly Miss Anna McHugh, and was very well known here, Mrs. Nellie J. Walker, a relative of the deceased, and Miss Minnie McHugh departed last night to attend the funeral.
Dubuque Telegraph-Herald 3 January 1903
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Dennis O'Keefe
O'Keefe, Dennis. Husband of Catherine (nee Ahearn) father of Mrs. Patrick Moore, Michael O'Keefe, Mrs. George Raivie, Mrs. Jerry O'Connor, Mrs. Arthur Barry, and the late Mrs. Bryan McSweeney, Anna and John O'Keefe, native of Co. Kerry, Ireland. Funeral from his late residence, 162 N. Ada st. to St. Columbkille's Church thence to Calvary cemetery.
Chicago Daily News 14 January 1903
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Veronica Marie Ahern
AHERN—Veronica Marie, aged 14 months, daughter of Eugene and Mary Ahern. Funeral from 371 E. 45th-st., Tuesday morning, 11 o'clock, by train to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 24 February 1903
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Thomas O'Hern
This morning between the hours of 6 and 7 o'clock occurred the death of "Grandpa" O'Hern, at the home of his son who is in the employ of the N.P., at the residence southwest of the city near the big slough. "Grandpa" had attained and passed the good old age of 85 years at the time of his death but for some time had been a sufferer from the dropsy, from which his death occurred. The remains will be taken from the home Monday morning at 8:30 to the cathedral and the services will be held there at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be made in the Riverside Cemetery.
Fury, Forum & Daily Republican 7 March 1903
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN—In Chicago, March 15, of pneumonia, Jeremiah Ahern, brother of Mrs. John Davis, 60 years. Veteran of the civil war. Burial at Lawrence, Mass.
The Boston Globe 27 March 1903
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Sabina Ahern
AHERN—April 8, aged 16 months. Sabina, daughter of William and Mary E. Ahern. Funeral today at 11 a.m., by train to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 10 April 1903
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, April 13, Mary, beloved wife of the late Patrick Ahern. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Patrick Leary, 29 H st., Wednesday, at 8:30. High mass at the Gate of Heaven church at 9. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 14 April 1903
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William Ahern
AHERN—William [died April 16, aged 35], husband of Mary Ahern. Funeral Saturday at 9 a.m. from [2007?] Lowe-av. to All Saints' church, thence by train to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 18 April 1903
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Tim Ahern
Tim Ahern, roadmaster of the "Milwaukee" from McGregor to St. Paul and Minneapolis, including branch lines, was killed Tuesday at Cresco by the train on which he had been riding. He attempted to board the train after it started and went under the wheels. He had been roadmaster about thirty-five years.
Iowa Postal Card 21 May 1903
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Michael O'Hearn
O'HEARN—Michael O'Hearn, 55 years of age, died last night at his home, 15 Bolton place, off Franklin street. He leaves two sons, Cornelius and Frank, two daughters, Minnie and Josie, one sister, Mrs. John Regan, and one brother, John, of Grafton, West Virginia.
The Lowell Sun 28 May 1903
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Michael O'Hearn
O'HEARN—The remains of the late Michael O'Hearn were consigned to their final resting place in the Catholic cemetery this morning. The funeral took place from his late home, 17 Bolton place, off Franklin street, at 8.30 o'clock. The funeral cortege proceeded to St. Patrick's church in Suffolk street, where a high mass of requiem was celebrated at nine o'clock by Rev. John O'Hearn of Salem a nephew of the deceased. The choir was in attendance and the Gregorian mass was sung. There was also a profusion of floral tributes. The bearers were Messrs. John Sullivan, Alvah Ayer, John Reagan, Cornelius Sullivan, John Hannafin and Daniel Murphy. The interment was in the Catholic cemetery, where the committal prayers were read by Rev. James A. Walsh, assisted by Rev. Fr. O'Hearn. The funeral was under the direction of Undertakers James F. O'Donnell & Sons. [see also: Cornelius O'Hearn]
The Lowell Sun 30 May 1903
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John Ahern
AHERN—At his residence, Dromatimore, Aghabulloge on the 18th inst., John Ahern, aged 76 years. R.I.P. Funeral from R. C. Church, Aghabulloge, at one o'clock for Donoghmore on Saturday. [see also: Kate Ahern]
The Cork Examiner 19 June 1903
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Lawrence N. Ahern
AHERN—Lawrence N. Ahern, beloved son of John Ahern, brother of Mrs. Gleason, Mrs. Callaher, Mrs. Anderson, and Miss Annie Ahern. July 8, residence, 3104 Wabash-av. Funeral St. James' church, Wednesday, July 8, 9:30 a.m., thence by train to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 7 July 1903

OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Lawrence, 31; 3104 Wabash-av., July 6.
Chicago Tribune
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Mary (Lenahan) Ahern
AHERN.—July 7, at 302 West Twenty-ninth Street, Mary Lenahan, wife of Patrick Ahern.
New York Times 12 July 1903
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AHERN—David Ahern, 68 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 5 fleet st., Saturday morning, 8:30. Requiem high mass St. Stephen's church, Hanover st., 9 a.m. Burial Old Dorchester cemetery. The attendance of relatives and friends is hereby respectfully requested.
DEATH OF DAVID AHERN.
One of the Best Known Men In the North End,
Where He Had Lived a Great Many Years.
Mr. David Ahern, a well-known and highly respected resident of St Stephen's parish, died last evening. Mr. Ahern was known to hundreds outside of the vicinity of his residence and was admired by all for his sturdy independence of character and manliness. He was born in Ireland in 1838, and as a young man served during the Crimean war, and for his bravery on many occasions was honored with medals. He came to the United States in the late '50's, and took up his residence in the old St. Vincent parish, which took in the Fort Hill district. At the outbreak of the civil war he offered his services to his adopted country, choosing the navy. He was assigned to the revenue service, at that time a most important branch, and served during the war on the cutter Morris under Capt. Albert Fengar. When the war was over he obtained employment as deputy wharfinger at Long wharf and remained in the employ of the Long Wharf company until his death, a period covering 37 years. Here he came in contact with hundreds of Boston's old-time merchants, as well as with owners and captains of trading vessels, and by all of them he was held in the highest respect.

In 1862 Mr. Ahern married Hannah Cotter. The ceremony was performed by the late Fr. Moran of St. Stephen's church, then pastor of St. Vincent's church on Purchase st. When Fort Hill was torn down they, with most of the people of the district, moved to the North End and became members at St. Stephen's parish, then under Rev. Fr. Haskins.

Several children were born to them, only two of whom now survive, Michael W., employed in the office of the city collector, and Daniel E., employed in the business office of the Globe. During his long residence in the North End Mr. Ahern was known to the people of St. Stephen's as one of its generous supporters and a willing helper of those in need. Most of his contemporaries are already dead, but to those of middle age and to many of the younger people he was known and looked up to as one of the quiet, but effective helpers of the church.

His funeral will take place from his residence, 5 Fleet st., on Saturday morning, when a high mass of requiem will be said for him at St. Stephen's church at 9 o'clock.

The Boston Globe 17 July 1903
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David Ahern
Mr. David Ahern, a well-known resident of St. Stephen's parish, died last evening. He was born in Ireland in 1838, and as a young man served in the Crimean War, and for his bravery was honored with medals. He came to the United States in the late fifties. At the outbreak of the Civil War he entered the navy. He was assigned to the revenue service, and served during the war on the cutter Morris under Captain Albert Fengar. When the war was over he obtained employment as deputy wharfinger at Long Wharf and remained in the employ of the Long Wharf Company until his death, a period covering thirty-seven years.
Boston Evening Transcript 17 July 1903
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Vaudeville Comedian Dead
Kansas City, Mo., July 23.—William Ahern, an Irish comedian, well known on the vaudeville circuits, died at his home here today of consumption, aged 33. His wife, known on the stage as Annie Patrick, was at his bedside.
The Salt Lake Tribune 24 July 1903
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William Ahern
Mr. William Ahern, an Irish comedian, well known on the vaudeville circuits, died at his home in Kansas City, Thursday of consumption, aged thirty-three. His wife was known on the stage as Annie Patrick.
Boston Evening Transcript 25 July 1903
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, July 31, John, beloved husband of Margaret Ahearn, 73 Middlesex st. Funeral notice later.
The Boston Globe 1 August 1903
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, July 31, John, beloved husband of Margaret Ahearn. Funeral from his late residence, 73 Middlesex st., Sunday Aug. 2, at 1:15. Services at the cathedral of the Holy Cross at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Requiem mass Monday at 8 a.m.
The Boston Globe 2 August 1903
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Mary Ahern
AHERN — At Glenmire House, Knockraha, Mary, second daughter of William Ahern, Funeral today (Tuesday), at two o'clock for Kilquane.
The Cork Examiner 4 August 1903
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John Ahern
AHERN—John, son of the late Dennis and Hanora Ahern. Funeral Aug. 6, from 110 Washburne-av., to Holy Family church, 9:45 a.m., thence by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 6 August 1903
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John O'Hearn
Patrolman John O'Hearn of the stockyards station was killed by a Fifty-first street electric car at Union avenue last night. He tried to cross in front of the car and was struck by the fender. He was knocked down and the wheels passed over his body. O'Hearn was forty years old and had been on the force for fifteen years. He lived at 1018 West Sixty-third street. He left a widow and two children. The body was taken to Kenney's undertaking rooms, Fifty-fourth and Halsted streets.
Chicago Tribune 5 September 1903
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Funeral of John O'Hearn.
The funeral of John O'Hearn was attended by a large number of friends yesterday. It was held from the Baptist church. Members of the local Masonic lodge of the Grand Army post were in charge of the services. Mr. O'Hearn was an old citizen and had many friends. The services were impressive and beautiful, the masons consigning the body to its last resting place. Interment was at Laurel Hill.
Omaha World-Herald 21 September 1903
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Patrick O'Hern
O'Hern, Patrick. Died Sept. 28, native of Bailinvollig, Parish of Ballinova, Co. Cork, aged 24 yrs. Funeral from McLaughlin's undertaking parlor to Holy Family church.
Chicago Daily News 29 September 1903
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YARCOWIE.
October 5.—One of the most respected residents of Yarcowie, Miss Maggie Ahern, died early on Saturday morning. Miss Ahern, who was the assistant postmistress for over eleven years, will be greatly missed; as she had won the love of old and young by her obliging and amicable disposition.
The Adelaide Advertiser 6 October 1903
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Mary E. (Sweeney) Ahearn
AHEARN—In Charlestown, Oct. 5, Mary E., beloved wife of William [J.?] Ahearn and daughter of Hannah and the late Dennis Sweeney. Funeral from her late residence, 34 Summer st., Thursday, Oct. 8, at 8:30. Solemn requiem high mass at St. Mary's church, Warren st., at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 6 October 1903
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James T. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, November 1, 1903, at the residence of his parents, 1314 Harrison Street, between Ninth and Tenth. James T. Ahern, dearly beloved son of Michael and Catherine Ahern, a native of San Francisco aged 3 months and 7 days.
The San Francisco Call 2 November 1903
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN—In this city, October 30, 1903, Jeremiah, dearly beloved husband of Mary J. Ahern, and beloved father of Nellie, John, Agnes and Gertrude Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 61 years 3 months and 10 days.
Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday, November 2, 1903, at 8:30 o'clock, from his late residence, 235½ Oak street, thence to Sacred Heart Church, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 2 November 1903
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Margary Aherne
   AHERNE—In this city, November 10, 1903, Margary Aherne, wife of Patrick Aherne, and loving mother of Catherine, Dennis, Jennie and Eugene Aherne and Mrs. H. Petersen, a native of County Donegal, Ireland.
    The funeral will take place to-day (Thursday), at 9 o'clock, from her late residence, 3470 Twentieth street, near Mission, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 12 November 1903
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John M. Ahern
AHERN.—In this city. November 16. 1903, John M., beloved husband of Anne Ahern, and father of Mary A. and Agnes J. Ahern of San Francisco: and J. W. Ahern of Bakersfield. Cal., a native of Middletown, [sic] County Cork, Ireland, aged 76 years.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from his late residence, 1308 Laguna street, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a solemn, requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets.
A. O. H.—Members of Division No. 8, A. O. H.: You are requested to assemble at 1308 Laguna street tomorrow (Wednesday), at 8:15 o'clock, to attend the funeral of our late brother, John M. Ahern. By order, of
           M. FITZGERALD, President.
           M. CAMPION, Secretary.
The San Francisco Call 17 November 1903
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Timothy Ahern
A native of Ireland, and was born February 14 1879. He had relatives in the old country and a brother William in San Francisco. Mr. Ahern was usually known as a quiet, good natured fellow, and apparently well liked by all who knew him.
Lake County Tribune & Examiner 26 November 1903
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Rev. Phil E. Ahern
Father Phil E. Ahern, chaplain of the House of the Good Shepherd, in Ninetieth Street, died on Thursday at the House. He was born in this city forty-nine years ago, and received his education at the old St. Patrick's School, St. John's College, Brooklyn, and the Troy Theological Seminary. During the early part of his priesthood, which extended over a period of twenty-six years, he was rector of the Spark Hill Church, near Englewood, N. Y., and of a church at Port Huron, N. Y. A brother, William E. [sic] Ahern, of 217 East One Hundred and Fifth Street, and three sisters, one of whom is Sister Eugenie in St. Agnes's Convent, Hoboken, survive him. The funeral services will be held to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock at the Church of St. Francis de Sales, Ninety-sixth Street, near Lexington Avenue. The interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
New York Times 25 December 1903
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Catherine [Ahern] Carrick
   CARRICK—In this city, December 29, 1903, at her residence, 300 Seventh avenue corner of Clement street, Catherine relict of Thomas F. Carrlck, dearly beloved mother of William E. Ahern, and grandmother of Willie and Kittie Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland.
   Notice of funeral hereafter.
The San Francisco Call 30 December 1903
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Catherine [Ahern] Carrick
   CARRICK—In this city, December 29, 1903, Catherine, relict of Thomas F. Carrlck, dearly beloved mother of William E. and Nellie Ahern, sister of Mrs. John Anderson, and grandmother of Willie and Kittie Ahern, a native of County Cork. Ireland.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Friday, January 1, 1904, at 10 o'clock, from her late residence, 300 Seventh avenue, corner of Clement street, thence to Star of the Sea Church for services at 10:15 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 31 December 1903
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William Ahern
AHERN—In Lexington, Jan. 3, William Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 23 Cottage st., Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 8 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Bridget's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 5 January 1904
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Henry Joseph Ahearn
THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. HENRY J. AHEARN and MEMBERS of the GUILD OF ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave his late residence, Bartels-street, off Gouger-street, on TUESDAY, at 5.15 p. m., for St. Patrick's Church, West terrace, thence at 5.40 p. m. for the Catholic Cemetery.

THE MEMBERS of the GUILD BAND are requested to assemble at St Patrick's Church, West terrace, on TUESDAY, at 5.30 p. m., to follow the Remains of their late Member, HENRY J. AHEARN, to the Catholic Cemetery.

South Australian Advertiser 12 January 1904
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Kern District Attorney Dies.
John Ahern, District Attorney of Kern County, passed away in this city yesterday afternoon after a long illness. Mr. Ahern was taken sick more than a year ago. He rallied a short time since and was thought to be on the road to recovery, but a relapse set in later and he sank gradually. He was about 43 years old. Mr. Ahern was born in Hayes Valley, this city, and received his early education here. He studied law after graduating from the public schools and went to Bakersfield. Kern County, several years ago. He practiced law in that city for some time, and later was elected District Attorney. He was well known here and in the southern part of the State, and was liked by all with whom he came in contact. He is survived by two sisters, who reside at 1308 Laguna street. The remains will be interred in this city. The arrangements for the funeral have not been completed.
The San Francisco Call 29 January 1904
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John Walter Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, January 27, 1904, John Walter Ahern, late District Attorney of Kern County, California, beloved husband of the late Josephine K. Ahern, father of John F. Ahern, son of Anne and the late John M. Ahern, and brother of Mary A. and Agnes J. Ahern, a native of San Francisco, aged 44 years.
Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Saturday), at 10 o'clock, from his late residence, 1308 Laguna street, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets.
MEMBERS of San Francisco Lodge No. 3. B. P. O. Elks, are notified to attend the funeral of our late brother, J. W. Ahern, on Saturday morning, 9:30 o'clock, from his late residence, 1308 Laguna street. By order JAMES N. ODELL.
The San Francisco Call 30 January 1904
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Bridget France Ahearn
AHEARN—In Lexington, Feb. 7, Bridget France [sic] Ahearn of Woburn st. Funeral 9 o'clock, Wednesday, Feb. 10.
The Boston Globe 9 February 1904
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Rose Elizabeth (Vorn) Ahern
AHERN—Mrs. Rose Elizabeth Ahern, Feb. 23, mother of E. G. Ahern and Mrs. G. A. Mathews, and daughter of Mrs. Lavina A. Vorn, and sister of Mrs. E. G. Hordenbrook, Mrs. J. M. Fort. Funeral Saturday, 2 p.m., from residence of her son, 6148 Greenwood-av. Mount Vernon (O.) and Kansas City papers please copy. [see also: Emily Wood Wheeler]

OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Rosie E., 67; 215 E. 63d-st., Feb. 25.
Chicago Tribune 27 February 1904
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PERSONALS
Mrs. M. Mason and Mrs. P. Dunn were in Boulder Creek recently attending the funeral of their brother, the late James Ahearn.
Oakland Tribune 5 March 1904
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Michael Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, March 3, Michael, beloved husband of Ellen Ahearn, 78 yrs 7 mos. Funeral from his late residence, 684 East 6th st., Saturday, March 5, at 1:30 p.m. Services at Gate of Heaven church at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 5 March 1904
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Daniel Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, March 26, 1904, Daniel Ahearn, a native of Ireland, aged 70 years. Notice of funeral hereafter.
The San Francisco Call 27 March 1904
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN—In this city, March 26, 1904, Daniel, beloved husband of the late Mary Ahern, father of John and Daniel Ahern, brother of Timothy and Mrs. Mary A. Ahern, and uncle of Mrs. Michael Dower and Dennis and Daniel Ahern, a native of the parish of Noavel [Nohaval], County Cork, Ireland, aged 70 years.

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock, from the funeral parlors of McGinn Bros., 224-226 McAllister street, thence to St. Rose's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

The San Francisco Call 28 March 1904
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—In Boston, April 1, Mary Ahern. Funeral from residence of her sister, Mrs. M. A. McCarthy, 77 Fuller st., Dorchester, Sunday, at 2 o'clock. Services at St. Gregory's church at 2:30.
The Boston Globe 3 April 1904
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Anne (Kennedy) Ahern
AHERN—At her residence, Ross Quarries Mountnugent, county Cavan, Anne, aged 65 years, relict of the late Patrick Ahern. May the Lord have mercy on her soul. Funeral on Thursday.
Dublin Evening Telegraph 6 April 1904
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Mary A. Ahern
   AHERN— In this city, April 17, 1904, Mary A. dearly beloved daughter of Anne and the late John M. Ahern, and beloved sister of Agnes J. and the late John W. Ahern, and aunt of John F. Ahern, a native of Boston, Mass.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 10 o'clock from her late residence, 1308 Laguna street, thence to St. Mary's Cathedral, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets.
The San Francisco Call 18 April 1904
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Miss Annie O'Hearn
O'HEARN — Miss Annie O'Hearn, aged 60 years, died last night at her home, 120 Lewis street. The deceased was an old and highly respected resident of this city and was for a number of years matron at the Merrimack street depot. She was a constant and devout attendant at St. Patrick's church and leaves to mourn her loss three brothers, John, Patrick and Michael, and a large number of friends. She was the aunt of James F. O'Hearn, the well known lawyer.
The Lowell Sun 22 April 1904
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Miss Annie O'Hearn
O'HEARN — The funeral of Miss Annie O'Hearn was held from her home, 120 Lewis street, Saturday afternoon and was largely attended. The floral offerings were profuse. The bearers were John O'Hearn of Lynn, James and Peter Kelley and James P. and John D. O'Hearn of Lowell and Frank Morgan of Waltham, Mass. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery, where Rev. Fr. Walsh officiated at the grave. Undertaker Davey had charge of the arrangements.
The Lowell Sun 25 April 1904
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Johanna O'Hearn
O'HEARN—May 5, at 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Johanna O'Hearn, beloved wife of the late John O'Hearn, passed peacefully away. Funeral Saturday morning at 8:30 from residence, 1230 Seventh St., and from St. Louis Bertrand's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 6 May 1904
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John Ahern
AHERN—In Woburn, April 30, John Ahern, 71 years.
Woburn Daily Times 7 May 1904
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John J. Ahearn
Ahearn—On Wednesday, May 11, 1904, at 1 p.m., John J. Ahearn, son of Catherine Ahearn (nee Croake), relict of the late Thos. Ahearn, brother of Michael F. and Thos. E. Ahearn, and Mrs. Katie Tobin, aged 38 years. Funeral will take place from family residence 4427 Penrose street Friday May 13 at 2:p.m. to Holy Rosary Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Chicago, Philadelphia and Greenville (Miss.) papers please copy.
St. Louis Post Dispatch 12 May 1904
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Hannah Ahern
AHERN.—On May 11, 1904, HANNAH, daughter of Malachy and Hannah Ahern, aged 25 years. Relatives and friends of family, also St. Cecilia Auxiliary, No. 71, Knights of St. John, Circle Belmont, No. 624, F of A, and employes of Quigley Brothers' Shoe Factory, are respectfully invited to attend funeral, on Monday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from her parents' residence, 768 MaAlpin st. W Phila. Solemn high mass at St. Agatha's Church. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 14 May 1904
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John Ahern
AHERN—At his residence, 3343 Ashland-av., John, husband of Catherine Ahern, nee Horgan.
Chicago Tribune 17 May 1904

OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued yesterday by the health department:
Ahern, John, 58; 3343 Ashland-av., May 16.
Chicago Tribune 18 May 1904
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William O'Hearn
William O'Hearn, formerly clerk of Richland county, died Monday at the State Hospital for the Insane at Toledo, where he had been an inmate for several years. Mr. O'Hearn was about 47 years of age and is survived by his widow and four children, two sons and two daughters. Mrs. Anna Lemley, of Mansfield, and Mrs. Edward Hazlett, of North Liberty, are sisters of the deceased, and M. L. O'Hearn, of Butler, and James and Patrick O'Hearn, of near Loudonville, are brothers. Mrs. O'Hearn and children have been living for a few years at Toledo. Mr. O'Hearn formerly lived near Butler but went to Mansfield where he was deputy sheriff under Sheriff Flannery. He was afterwards deputy county clerk and in 1894 was elected county clerk. It was while serving in the latter office that his mind began to fail and he was taken to the state hospital at Toledo. Mr. O'Hearn's brother, M. L. O'Hearn, went to Toledo and brought the body to Loudonville, arriving here on train 30 on Tuesday evening. The funeral services, conducted by Rev. John Ryan, were held at St. Peter's Catholic church at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning. Interment in the Catholic cemetery north of town. Mr. O'Hearn was a very popular and kind-hearted man and the family have the sympathy of a large circle of friends.
Loudonville Advocate 26 May 1904
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A. C. (Lyons) Ahern
The death of Mrs. A. C. Ahern occurred Wednesday afternoon at her home. No. 1400 Floyd Avenue. Mrs. Ahern was eighty-nine years of age, and was the widow of Mr. Jeremiah Ahern. She was, before her marriage, Miss Lyon, of New York. She had lived in this city about fifty years. She leaves two sons—Mr. Frank Ahern and Mr. Charles Ahern—and one daughter—Mrs. Eben Hancock. The funeral will take place at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon from St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
The Times Dispatch 3 June 1904
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MURDERED AHEARN BURIED
West Oakland Oiler Laid to Rest Near Scene of His Death
The body of Michael Ahearn, the steam-shovel oiler of this city, who was murdered near Reno, Nev., in the early part of last week, was buried at Wadsworth, Nevada yesterday. The widow and family of the deceased, who reside at 925 Pine street, were greatly disappointed when they ascertained that the remains had been so summarily disposed of. The widow had ordered the body to be forwarded here and was informed that the instructions would be complied with and that the remains would leave Reno on the Saturday night train. Later the widow was informed that the instructions could not be complied with and that the remains were not in a condition to be shipped and a metallic casket was ordered for their accomodation. Yesterday Undertaker McManus went to the depot to get the remains but the body did not arrive, a casket such as was required not being available. Money which had been coming to the deceased from the Government work in which he was engaged was expended for the interment.
Oakland Tribune 25 July 1904
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Mamie Ahern
AHERN — Mamie Ahern, beloved daughter of Mary and the late Owen Ahern, died at 1 p.m., 29th inst. Sister of Patrick, John, Eugene, Michael, and Ellen. Funeral will take place from family residence Monday, August 1, 3008 Cass, at 8:30 a.m., to St. Leo Church and thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 30 July 1904
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Theresa Ahearn
AHEARN—In Cambridge, July 30, Theresa, beloved daughter of Annie (nee O'Brien) and the late Thomas Ahearn, 25 yrs 6 mos 8 ds. Funeral from her late home, 400 Norfolk st., Monday, Aug. 1, at 8 o'clock a.m. Requiem high mass at the church of St. Mary of the Annunciation at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 31 July 1904
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William F. Ahearn
AHEARN—In East Boston, July 31, William F., beloved child of Maurice and Elizabeth Ahearn (nee Curtin), 5 mos 14 ds. Funeral from parents' residence, 354 Chelsea st., Monday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are requested to attend. [see also: Maurice Ahern]
The Boston Globe 1 August 1904
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Annie Ahern
AHERN.—Suddenly, on August 11, 1904, ANNIE, wife of Edward Ahern. Funeral, to which the relatives and friends are invited, on Tuesday morning, August 16, at 8 o'clock, from her late residence, 2806 Jackson st. Solemn mass of requiem at Church of St. Monica, at 10 o'clock precisely. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 13 August 1904
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James W. Gallen
   GALLEN—In this city, August 14, 1904, James W., dearly beloved son of Daniel and the late Hannah Gallen, and brother of George, Hannah and Catherine Gallen, Mrs. Daniel J. Ahern, Mrs. John O'Neill and the late John Gallen and Mrs. Bessie Magee, a native of County Fermanagh. Ireland, aged 25 years. Remains at his late residence, 2105 Mission street. Notice of funeral hereafter.
The San Francisco Call 15 August 1904
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Patrick Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city. September 1, 1904, Patrick Ahearn, a native of Ireland, aged 60 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services to-day (Tuesday), at 10 a. m., at the parlors of Valente, Marini &. Co., 1524 Stockton street, thence by 11:30 a. m. train from Third and Townsend streets to Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 6 September 1904
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Esther Ahern
Ahern.—On the 17th inst., at the residence of Mr. Frank Adams, Main Street, Blenheim: Esther, relict of the late J. Ahern, aged 76 years. [see also: Patrick Francis Ahern]
Marlborough Express 17 September 1904
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Terence Ahern
Mr. Terence Ahern, the well known railway contractor died at his residence, Shandon, Edmondstone-street, South Brisbane last night. Mr. Ahern, as a railway contractor had occupied a prominent position in both Queensland and New South Wales and his name is closely associated with some of the most extensive railway undertakings in these States. Born in Cork Ireland, in 1847 he arrived in Queensland in 1863 and for many years did pioneer work, cedar cutting and prospecting in North Queensland. One of his latest railway contracts was the construction of a section of the Gladstone-Rockhampton railway in which his partner was Mr. Thompson. Mr. Ahern was married in Gympie and is survived by his widow, five daughters, and three sons. The funeral, which will be conducted by K. M. Smith, undertaker, will take place at 2:30 this afternoon to the South Brisbane cemetery.
FUNERAL NOTICE—The Funeral of the late Mr. TERENCE AHERN will move from his late residence. Shandon, Edmondstone-street, South Brisbane, THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock, to the South Brisbane Cemetery. K. M. SMITH. Undertaker. [see also: Margaret "Maggie" Ahern, Kathleen Ahern, Terence Ahern]
The Brisbane Courier 1 October 1904
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Frank J. Ahern
Frank J. Ahern, a patrolman of the Tenth police district, is dead from an accident so singular that it is doubtful if a similar one ever happened. His revolver, which he carried in his right hip pocket, was discharged by his night stick as he tossed it over his shoulder. The bullet lodged in his right leg. Blood poisoning ensued and he died. The accident occurred on the night of Sept. 5. Ahern had gone to a patrol box at Euclid and Fountain avenue to ring in. As he was standing at the box with the receiver at his ear, he swung his night stick and rapped on the pavement. As the stick rebounded he gave it a toss over his right shoulder. The end struck the hammer of his revolver. It was discharged and the bullet struck him in the leg. The shock caused him to fall.

Although suffering greatly, he drew himself up to the box and sent in an ambulance call, after which he reported to his sergeant what had happened and was relieved. The ambulance took him to the City Hospital. He remained there a week and then as he seemed to be improving he was taken to the home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Ahern, at 3042 Cass avenue. Ahern was rapidly recovering when a few days ago, blood poisoning set in and he died on Monday at noon. He leaves a wife, Mrs. Eva Ahern, and three sisters and five brothers. Patrolman Ahern had been on the force five years. Until three weeks before the accident he was in the Ninth district. His home was at 2627 Dickson street. He was 27 years old. The funeral will take place Wednesday morning from St. Bridget's Church to Calvary Cemetery. Services will be conducted by Rev. Father Carney.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 11 October 1904
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James O'Hearn
O'HEARN — Suddenly, On Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 9 a.m., James O'Hearn, beloved son of Michael and the late Mary McGann O'Hearn, brother of Thomas, John, Mary and Nellie O'Hearn and Mrs. Bernard M. O'Connell, aged 26 years. The funeral will take place Saturday, 22d inst., at 8 o'clock a.m. from funeral rooms of Cullen & Kelly, 2735 Cass avenue, to Church of the Holy Name, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 21 October 1904
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, October 27, 1904, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Jeremiah Mulcahy, 124 Fourteenth street, Daniel, beloved brother of Michael Ahern, Mrs. J. Mulcahy and Mrs. D. Sheehan, a native of Ireland, aged 58 years.
The San Francisco Call 28 October 1904
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, October 27, 1904, Daniel Ahern, beloved brother of Michael Ahern, Mrs. J. Mulcahy and Mrs. D. Sheehan, a native of Ireland, aged 58 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 12 o'clock, from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Jeremiah Mulcahy, 124 Fourteenth street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church for services at 12:30 p. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 29 October 1904
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN— In this city, October 27, 1904, Daniel Ahern, beloved brother of Michael Ahern, Mrs. J. Mulcahy and Mrs. D. Sheehan, a native of Ireland, aged 58 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Sunday) at 12 o'clock, from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Jeremiah Mulcahy, 124 Fourteenth street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church for services at 12:30 p. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. A requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul to-morrow (Monday) at 9 a. m. at St. Charles Borromeo's Church.
The San Francisco Call 30 October 1904
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Terence Ahern
AHERN.—On the 30th September, at Shandon, Edmondstone-street, South Brisbane, Terence, eldest son of the late Terence Ahern, Cork, Ireland, aged 57. R.I.P. [see also: Margaret "Maggie" Ahern, Kathleen Ahern]
The Queenslander 5 November 1904
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John Michael Ahern
AHERN.—On the 21st October, at Perth, W.A., John Michael, youngest son of William Patrick and Annie Ahern, and grandson of John Quigley; aged 2 years and 11 months. New castle (N.S.W.) and Reefton (New Zealand) papers please copy.
The West Australian 8 November 1904
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Catherine Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, November 7, 1904, Catherine, beloved wife of the late James Ahern, a native of Youghal Harbor, County Cork, Ireland.
The San Francisco Call 9 November 1904
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Catherine Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, November 7, 1904, Catherine, beloved wife of the late James Ahern, a native of Youghal Harbor, County Cork, Ireland.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Thursday), at 8:30 a. m., from the parlors of McFadden, McBrearty & Green, 1171 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 10 November 1904
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Maurice J. Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, Nov. 17, Maurice J., beloved husband of Caroline Ahern, 39 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 8 6th Street Place, Sunday at 1 o'clock. Services at the Lady of Our Rosary church at 1:30. Late member of the Bartenders' Local, No. 77. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 19 November 1904
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Ellen (O'Hearn) Smith
   SMITH—In this city, November 20, 1904, Ellen, beloved wife of Joseph Smith, and mother of Marie and Vera Smith, and daughter of William and Mary O'Hearn, and sister of George O'Hearn, Mrs. E. Tenny and Mrs. P. de Blecker, a native of Canada, aged 26 years 7 months and 17 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday), at 9 a. m., from her late residence, 503 Natoma street, thence to St. Patrick's Church for services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
   Officers and members of James G. Blaine Circle No. 615. C. of F. A., are hereby requested to attend the funeral of our late companion, Mrs. Ellen Smith, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 9 a. m., from her late residence, 64 Natoma street. By order of
   SYLVIA BEBON, Chief Companion.
   MRS. W. J. BORADORI, Fin. Sec.
The San Francisco Call 21 November 1904
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN — A month's mind mass will be celebrated for the repose of the soul of Daniel Ahern to-morrow (Monday), at 8:30, at St. Charles Borromeo Church. Friends are invited to attend.
The San Francisco Call 27 November 1904
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Ellen (O'Brien) Ahearn
Ahearn, Ellen (nee O'Brien) wife of Lawrence, mother of William, Mrs. David McHale, Lawrence, and John Ahearn; native of Parish Kilteely, Balangally, Co. Limerick. Funeral from her late residence, 1298 W. 15th Pl. to Mt. Carmel cemetery.
Chicago Daily News 6 December 1904
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Margaret "Maggie" Ahern
AHERN.—On the 21st November, at her mother's residence, Shandon, Edmondstone-street, South Brisbane, Margaret (Maggie), third daughter of the late Terence Ahern, aged 24 years. (R.I.P.) [see also: Kathleen Ahern, Terence Ahern]
The Queenslander 24 December 1904
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Jeremiah Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, January 3, 1905, Jeremiah, beloved brother of James Ahern of Port Costa, a native of Ballyline, County Kerry, Ireland, aged 32 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Thursday), at 7 a. m., from the parlors of J. C. O'Connor & Co., 767 Mission street, thence to St. Vincent's Church, Vallejo, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, at 10 a. m. Interment St. Vincent's Cemetery, Vallejo.
The San Francisco Call 5 January 1905
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Harry Ahearn
AHEARN.—In loving memory of Harry, the beloved husband of Emily Ahearn, who departed this life on January 11, 1904. May his soul rest in peace.—Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Malone.
AHEARN.—In sad, but loving memory of Harry the beloved husband of Emily Ahearn, who died cn the 11th January, 1904. Gone, but not forgotten.—Inserted by his loving wife.
South Australian Advertiser 11 January 1905
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Michael Ahern, Sr.
AHERN—On Jan. 13, at his residence, 2 Moore street, Michael Ahern, senior, baker. R.I.P. Funeral from SS. Peter and Paul's Church on Sunday, at 3 o'clock, for St. Joseph's Cemetery. Sweet Heart of Jesus, have mercy on him.
The Cork Examiner 14 January 1905
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Peter Ahern
AHERN—In this city, January 13, 1905, Peter, beloved husband of the late Mary Ahern, and father of Mrs. F. [Loretta Catherine] Ryan, Mrs. G. Kuhl, Irene, Ralph and Frank Ahern, a native of Ireland. [see also: John J. Ahern]
Oakland Tribune 14 January 1905
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Peter Ahern
   AHERN—In Oakland, January 13, 1905, Peter Ahern, beloved husband of the late Mary Ahern, and father of Mrs. F. Ryan, Mrs. G. Kuhl and Irene, Ralph and Frank Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 63 years.
The San Francisco Call 16 January 1905
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John Ahern, labourer, Kells, Drumcollegher, who is said to have attained the century, died  on the 8th inst. Those who knew him most intimately state that he had never seen a train, and had been only once in his market town, Charleville. He was a hard worker.
Limerick Chronicle 21 January 1905
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Margorie Ahern
AHERN—Margorie, wife of John. Funeral Friday, 11 a.m. carriages to Oakridge.
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Marjorie [sic], 25l 746 S. Taliman-st., Jan. 31.
Chicago Tribune 3-4 February 1905
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Ellen (Casey) O'Hern
A telephone message was received here yesterday morning announcing the death of Mrs. Patrick O'Hern at Sharon, Pa., which occurred at 6 o'clock Sunday morning, as the result of injuries to her spine sustained in a fall several years ago. Mrs. O'Hern's age was 67 years. Mr. and Mrs. O'Hern formerly lived on a farm out Hinsdale way and later retired and went to live in South Olean. Mr. O'Hern died on February 18, 1899 at his home in South Olean.

Mrs. O'Hern is survived by six sons and four daughters. The sons are: Rev. D. W. O'Hern of Sharon; Rev. Francis O'Hern of Rochester; Rev. Lewis O'Hern of Frankfort, Ky.; Captain Edward P. O'Hern of Sandy Hook; Thomas O'Hern, a student at Rochester, and Leonard O'Hern of Youngstown, Ohio; the daughters Mrs. C. E. Baish of Sharon, Pa.; Mrs. Henry Webster of Sharon, Miss Nellie O'Hern of Pittsburg [sic], Pa.; and Miss Gertrude O'Hern, of Sharon. W. D. Parker of this city is a son-in-law and other relatives live here.

The funeral party will leave Sharon on Wednesday morning. Arrangements will be made to have train No. 4 stop at Allegany college crossing, arriving at 6:07 a.m. The remains will be taken to St. Bonaventure's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated at 10 o'clock by her three sons who are priests. The burial will take place in the Catholic cemetery at Allegany.

Olean NY Evening Herald 20 February 1905
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Margaret A. (Costello) Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, February 18, 1905, Margaret A., dearly beloved wife of David M. Ahern, and mother of Clarence and Florence Ahern, and daughter of the late Michael and Sarah Costello of Tombstone, Ariz., and sister of Mrs. Mary Stevenson and the late Nicholas J. Costello, a native of California, aged 31 years 11 months and 24 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Tuesday, February 21, at 8:30 a. m., from her late residence. 22 Alvarado street, thence to St. James Church, Twenty-third and Guerrero streets, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, by carriage.
The San Francisco Call 20 February 1905
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MRS. O'HERN'S FUNERAL.
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Held From St. Bonaventure's Church, Allegany, This Morning.
This morning from St. Bonaventure's church, Allegany, occurred the funeral of the late Mrs. Ellen O'Hern, widow of the late Patrick O'Hern of this city. The solemn requiem mass was celebrated at 10 o'clock, the Very Rev. T. F. Hickey, vicar general of the diocese of Rochester, preaching the sermon. Burial was made in the Catholic cemetery near the church.

Yesterday the solemn requiem high mass was celebrated at St. Elizabeth's church, South Sharon, by her four sons, assisted by the neighboring clergy. Her six sons acted as pall bearers. The church was filled by sorrowing relatives and friends.

In his sermon today at St. Bonaventure's church Father Hickey said: “Mr. and Mrs. O'Hern were among the pioneers, who by labor and money assisted materially in erecting the first buildings of St. Bonaventure's college, in which later their first son was raised to the holy priesthood. It is worthy of note that the early priests of St. Bonaventure's, among whom were the present apostolic delegate, Most Rev. Dionide Folconio, were frequent visitors at the O'Hern home. Mrs. O'Hern had a great love for this church and for the Franciscan Fathers and for upwards of fifty years was a devoted member of the Third Order of St. Francis.”

“Christmas 1904, her third son was ordained priest by Rt. Rev. B. J. McQuaid at Rochester. On the following day she had the peculiar happiness of witnessing solemn high mass at St. Patrick's cathedral, celebrated by her four sons and two nephews of the same name, Rev. Maurice and William O'Hern.”

At this time Very Rev. Father Hickey spoke most eloquently of her queenly place among women, as the mother of three priests and a fourth one near ordination.

“Such is the life of one of God's choicest women. Always humble, unassuming and kind towards everyone, she had a solid faith and piety that made her brave any and every sacrifice for the sake of her religion. Though mother of so many vocations, she was never known by a single word to influence any of her children in making a choice in life. Her part was prayer and example, the rest she left to God.”

Mrs. O'Hern was a remarkable woman in many ways. She was born at Daugh, county Kerry, Ireland. In the year 1839, her maiden name being Ellen Casey. She came to this country in the year 1850, when 11 years old. In June, 1857, she was married to her late husband at Cuba, N. Y. [see also: Mary (Casey) O'Hern]

The Olean Herald 22 February 1905
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Dennis O'Hearn
O'HEARN—February 23 at 7:35 p.m., Dennis, son of Ellen and the late Jerry O'Hearn, and brother of Michael, John, Patrick and Edward O'Hearn, of this city, and Jerry O'Hearn, Jr., of Fort Worth, Tex. Funeral from the family residence, 1207 W. Oak Street, Sunday afternoon at 1:45 and from St. William's Church at 2 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Louisville Times 24 February 1905
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Denis Ahern
AHERN—On the 26th inst., at his residence, Glennig Cottage, Ballymartle, Denis Ahern, to the grief of his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 27 February 1905
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Denis Ahern
AHERN—On the 26th inst., at his residence, Glenny Cottage, Ballymartle, Denis Ahern, to the grief of his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Tuesday), at one o'clock, for Ballinaboy.
The Cork Examiner 27 February 1905
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John Ahern
AHERN—February 27th at the North Infirmary, John Ahern, second son of the late Michael Ahern, Mayor's Sergeant. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Finbarr's Church, Dunbar street, on this day (Wednesday), at 1 o'clock, for Ovens.
The Cork Examiner 1 March 1905
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN—In this city, March 7, Margaret, widow of the late John Ahern, 32 yrs. Funeral from 120 Harrison av., Thursday, March 9, at 8:30. High mass at St. James' church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 8 March 1905
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William J. Ahern
AHERN—March 11, 1905, at 5630 May-st., William J. Ahern, husband of Mary E. Ahern. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. to Church of Visitation, by cars to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 12 March 1905
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NATIONAL HOME
Thomas Ahearn, admitted to the Home from Woburn, Mass, in 1894, died at the hospital, Wednesday afternoon, aged 65 years. Mr. Ahearn enlisted at Concord, Mass., in May 1861, in I Co. of the 1st N. H. Vol. Infy., and was honorably discharged at the expiration of an enlistment term of three months. [According to his pension file, he left a widow, Johanna, in Rhode Island.]
Daily Kennebec Journal 16 March 1905
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN—On the 20th inst., at his residence, Dillon's Cross, Patrick Ahern, boiler maker. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. Funeral on Wednesday at 2.30 p.m. for Botanic Gardens.
The Cork Examiner 21 March 1905
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Michael J. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, March 20, Michael J. Ahern, beloved son of Daniel and Mary Ahern, 18 yrs 6 mos. Funeral from 1 Melrose st., Wednesday, March 22, at 8:15. Requiem mass at St. James' church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 21 March 1905
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Annie E. (Ahearn) Carroll
CARROLL—In Charlestown, March 26, Annie E., widow of the late John A. Carroll and daughter of the late Cornelius and Elizabeth Ahearn. Funeral from her late residence, 7 Decatur ct., off Decatur st., Tuesday, March 28, at 8:30. Requiem high mass at St. Catherine's church, Vine st. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 27 March 1905
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William J. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, March 30, 1905, William J., dearly beloved son of Maurice and Margaret Ahern, a native of San Francisco.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Saturday), at 9 a. m., from his late residence, 810 Lyon street, thence to Holy Cross Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 1 April 1905
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Edward Ahern
AHERN—At City hospital, April 3, Edward, beloved son of Timothy S. and Mary G. Ahern, 2 yrs 2 mos. Funeral from parents' residence, 12 Jackson st., Charlestown, Wednesday, April 5, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 5 April 1905
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Raymond Ahern
AHERN—In Charlestown, April 4, Raymond, beloved child of James F. and Mary Ahern (nee White), 6 yrs 2 mos 15 ds. Funeral from parents' residence, 14 Lincoln st., Thursday, April 6, at 2 p.m.
The Boston Globe 5 April 1905
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Patrick O'Hearn
O'HEARN—The funeral of the late Patrick O'Hearn took place from the funeral parlors of Funeral Director Charles H. Molloy this afternoon at three o'clock and was largely attended by relatives and friends of the deceased. The bearers were Messrs. John, John Jr., and Michael O'Hearn and John Manchester. The interment was in the Catholic cemetery where the committal prayers were read by Rev. Fr. Walsh of St. Patrick's church.
The Lowell Sun 21 April 1905
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Frances, 1; 4408 Wentworth-av., May 1.
Chicago Tribune 4 May 1905
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Isabella (Fahey) Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, at the residence of her sister, 1738 Larkin street, Isabella, beloved wife of T. J. Ahearn, and mother of Willie, Pearlie, Irene, Thomas and Clarence Ahearn, and daughter of Michael Fahey and the late Annie Fahey, and sister of Mrs. Debus, Mrs. F. C. Mack, Mrs. W. Buchanan and Tessie, John and James Fahey.
The San Francisco Call 14 May 1905
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Violetta Aherne
AHERNE—May 12, at 53 Aughrim street, Violetta, the beloved daughter of Patrick and Dorothy Aherne. R.I.P.
Irish Times 20 May 1905
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John Ahern
   AHERN—In the City and County Hospital, July 4, 1905, John Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 34 years.
The San Francisco Call 5 July 1905
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Agnes Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 7, 1905, Agnes, dearly beloved daughter of Mary and the late Jeremiah Ahern, devoted sister of John, Nellie and Gertrude Ahern, and loving niece of Mrs. B. McCarthy, a native of San Francisco.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Monday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, 235½ Oak street, thence to Sacred Heart Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 o'clock.
The San Francisco Call 9 July 1905
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Charles J. Ahern
AHERN.—Funeral of Mr. CHARLES J. AHERN will be at the residence, 1400 Floyd Avenue, SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock. Interment in Hollywood. [see also: Mrs. A. C. (Lyons) Ahern]
The Times Dispatch 29 July 1905
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Daniel Ahern
The funeral services of Daniel Ahern will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at O'Donnell's funeral chapel, 269 South West Temple street. Interment in Calvary cemetery. Friends invited.
Salt Lake Herald 1 August 1905
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Catherine E. Ahern
AHERN—In North Cambridge, Aug. 10, Catherine E., beloved daughter of Timothy and Bridget Ahern, 16 yrs 9 mos. Funeral from her late residence, 43 Cedar st. Friday morning at 8:15. Requiem high mass at St. John's chapel, Rindge av. At 9 o'clock. Interment St. Paul's cemetery, Arlington. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 11 August 1905
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Mary Ahern
AHERN.—On August 19, 1905, MARY AHERN. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, on Tuesday, at 7.30 a.m. from the residence of Edward J. Byrnes, 2354 N 4th st. Mass at St. Edward's Church, at 9 a.m. precisely. Interment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 22 August 1905
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Estella Ahearn
AHEARN—In East Cambridge, Sept. 4, Estella, beloved daughter of Michael F. and Nellie Ahearn (nee Butler), 8 mos. Funeral from her parents' home, 338 Vine st., Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment in Malden.
The Boston Globe 6 September 1905
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Andrew J. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, September 8, 1905, Andrew J., beloved brother of Julia Ahern, and loving cousin of Julia and Patrick Ahern, a native of the parish of Aghabologue, County Cork, Ireland, aged 47 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Sunday), at 9:30 a. m., from the parlors of McFadden, McBrearty & Green, 1171 Mission street, between Seventh and Eighth, thence to St. Joseph's Church for services at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 10 September 1905
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Honorah Ahern
AHERN.—On Sept. 7, 1905, Honorah, widow of Maurice Ahern. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral, on Wednesday at 8.30 a.m. from her late residence, 2538 E. William St., 125th ward. Solemn requiem mass at St. Ann's Church at 10.a.m. Interment at St. Ann's Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 13 September 1905
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Elizabeth Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, September 11, 1905, Elizabeth, wife of the late Patrick Ahern, a native of Mitchellstown, County Cork, Ireland, aged 80 years.
   The funeral will take place to-day (Wednesday), at 9:30 o'clock a. m., from the residence of her brother, 560 Page Street, thence to St. Joseph's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 a. m. Interment private, Holy Cross Cemetery, by electric funeral car from Eighteenth and Guerrero streets. Please omit flowers.
The San Francisco Call 13 September 1905
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Michael Fahey
   FAHEY—In this city, September 15, 1905, Michael, beloved husband of the late Annie Fahey, and loving father of Mrs. George Debus, Mrs. F. C. Mack, Mrs. W. Buchanan and John, James and Theresa Fahey, and the late Mrs. T. J. Ahearn, and brother of Lawrence Fahey, a native of Ireland, aged 85 years and 11 months. (Grass Valley papers please copy.)
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Sunday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. F. C. Mack, 473 Waller street, thence to Sacred Heart Church for services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 16 September 1905
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Margaret Ann (Ahern) Randall
Mrs. Margaret Randall died at her home on Center Street on Sunday morning. She had been ailing for a long time having had poor health for several years but of late had apparently been somewhat better. She had taken sick on Friday and on Saturday night her condition became alarming and the end came early on Sunday. Her death was due to no specific cause but her system was entirely run down from frequent illness and hard work. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2:30 at the First Baptist Church. The deceased whose maiden name was Margaret Ahern was born at Hartford, Conn., on November 1, 1842. She was united in marriage in Sioux City on June 20, 1865 with H. C. Randall. After their marriage they lived at Wheatland, Poneroy, Newell and Fonda. Mr. Randall died at the latter place in 1878. Six children were born to them, four of whom survive.

Mrs. Randall came to LeMars in 1881, with her young children and this has been their home since. Left a widow with a young family her lot was cast in hard places and her chiefest care was to work and bring up her children and provide food and clothing for them. Sickness took from her two of her children and other trials overshadowed her life. She toiled nobly and worked night and day until her children became old enough to help her. She was a devoted mother, a good neighbor and an industrious woman who fought an uphill battle in life with a patience and perserverance worthy of emulation and the stamp of approval. She leaves a son and three daughters to mourn her death. They are Frank Randall, Mrs. John Butler, Mrs. Harley Butler and Mrs. George Butler who all reside here. Frank Randall was at Tryon, Minn. at the time of his mother's death. He was notified by telelgram and came to attend the funeral. Mrs. Randall was a sister of James Ahern of Illinois Central freight depot force and of Mrs. G. C. Grimes of this place.
Daily Sentinel? 19 September 1905
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Maurice Ahern
An old resident, in the person of Mr. Maurice Ahern, passed away at his residence in Maxwell Road after a brief illness.
Marlborough Express 20 September 1905
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Mary Ann Ahearn
Mrs. Mary Ann Ahearn, widow of the late Mr. John Ahearn, died at 7 P. M. yesterday at her residence, at 317 East Clay Street. The funeral will be to-morrow morning at 10 A. M. from St. Peter's Cathedral.
The Times Dispatch 25 October 1905
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN— An anniversary requiem high mass will be celebrated at St. Charles Church Friday, October 27, at 9 o'clock a. m., for the repose of the soul of Daniel Ahern. Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend.
The San Francisco Call 26 October 1905
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CAPT. JACK AHERN, A WELL KNOWN RED MAN, DEAD
EMPLOYED BY ONE CONCERN IN THIS CITY FOR TWENTY THREE YEARS
Captain Jack Ahern, prominent throughout the state as a member of the Independent Order of Red Men, died at 5 o'clock last evening at his home, 704 Sylvanie Street, after a brief illness. Captain Ahern was taken ill last Thursday while at work at the National Biscuit company's factory and had to be taken home. He returned to work Saturday morning, but was again forced to quit at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, and never rallied from his illness, due to stomach troubles and complications.

A resident of St. Joseph for the past twenty three years, during all of which time he was employed at the factory of the National Biscuit company, of recent years as a foreman of the candy department, Captain Ahern was very well, especially in secret society circles.

BORN IN IRELAND
Born in Ireland June 1, 1849 and came to the United States at the age of 6 months. He lived for some time in the east and when he came to St. Joseph went to work at once for what was then the Sommer-Richardson factory, since merged into the cracker trust. He came to St. Joseph twenty three years ago (1882) to enter the employ of F. I. Somers who was then engaged in running the biscuit factory now owned by the National Biscuit company.

He is survived by his widow, one son and one daughter. The daughter is Mrs. Joseph Theissen, a resident of St. Joseph, who was born of his first marriage. Harry A. Matthews is his stepson.

For nearly twenty years he had been a member of the Pocahontas Tribe No. 10 I.O.R.M. During the years from 1898 to 1900 inclusive, he as captain of the Wa-Ga-Sa-Nu-Da-Han-Ga degree team, famous throughout the United States for its degree work. This team made trips to different parts of the country to be present at big initiations. He was regarded as one of the finest degree workers in the country.

HOLDER OF HIGH OFFICE
From 1898 to 1900 Captain Ahern was great Sachem of Missouri, the highest office of the order in the state.

The widow and several children survive. The following honorary pallbearers have been chosen, all of whom are past grand sachems of Missouri: David Daniels, Jacob Wickenhoeffer, John D. Flint, William B. McNutt, John Dobler, and August Heschong.

The active pallbearers, selected from among the younger members of Pocahontas Tribe, will be J.V. Dewey, Charles Matthews, Peter Roesler, William Wolff, Q. Cole, and C.F. Keller.

The funeral will be from the wigwam of Pocahontas Tribe No. 10. I.O.R.M. Fifth and Edmond streets, at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon. The body will be taken to the wigwam at 11 o'clock tomorrow, where it will be in state until the hour for the burial service. The Rev. John T. Curtis, pastor of Oak Grove Presbyterian Church will officiate. The ceremony at the grave in Oakland Cemetery will be conducted by the Red Men. Floral offerings from friends and members of the fraternity of which he was a member have been numerous.

St. Joseph Gazette 19 December 1905
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Patrick O. Aherne
   AHERNE—In this city, December 14, 1905, Patrick O., dearly beloved husband of the late Margery Aherne, and loving father of Dennis, Catherine, Jennie and Eugene Aherne and Mrs. H. Peterson, a native of County Kerry, Ireland.
   Notice of funeral hereafter. Remains at the parlors of Monahan & Co., 2339-41 Mission street, near Nineteenth.
The San Francisco Call 17 December 1905
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Patrick O. Aherne
   AHERNE—In this city, December 14, 1905, Patrick O., dearly beloved husband of the late Margary Aherne, and loving father of Dennis, Catherine, Jennie and Eugene Aherne and Mrs. H. Peterson, a native of County Kerry, Ireland.
   The funeral will take place to-day (Tuesday) at 8:3O a. m., from the parlors of Monahan & Co., 2339-41 Mission street, near Nineteenth, thence to Mission Dolores Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
The San Francisco Call 19 December 1905
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Johana Ahern
Died—AHERN—in Hollister, Dec. 24, Mrs. Johana Ahern, beloved mother of Mrs. John Gleason, Mrs. John Shay and Miss Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 88 years. Mrs. Johann [sic] died at the home of her daughter, near Hollister last Sunday afternoon. . . . The funeral was held from the Catholic Church, where a requiem high mass was celebrated Tuesday.
The Free Lance 1 December 1905
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Annie Ahern
AHERN.—January 2, ANNIE, wife of the late Michael Ahern. Relatives and friends invited to attend funeral, Saturday, 8.30 a.m. from residence of sister, Mrs. Rose Moran, 1926 Callow- hill street. Requiem mass at Cathedral, 10 a.m. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 6 January 1906
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Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN.—On the 12th January, at her residence, [?] street, Northcote, Elizabeth, relict of the late Patrick [?] Ahern, aged 58 years. No flowers.
The Argus 13 January 1906
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Margaret (Ahern) Coyle
COYLE—In Charlestown, Jan, 19, Margaret, beloved wife of John Coyle (nee Ahern). Funeral from her late residence, 37 Wapping st, Sunday, Jan. 21, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend. Requiem high mass at St. Mary's church, Warren st., Monday, Jan. 22, at 7:30 a.m.
The Boston Globe 21 January 1906
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John Ahern
The death of John Ahern, who was for many years a well-known citizen of Acton, took place at his home at 476 Manning Ave., Toronto, last Wednesday, 7th inst. Mr. Ahern came to Acton when a young man back in the fifties, and was Agent of the G.T.R. [Grand Trunk Railway] here in the early days of the road. After being with the G.T.R. for nearly twenty years he leased the Clark House and conducted that hotel for a number of years. He was afterward in the grocery business in the store opposite the Dominion Hotel. Some thirteen years ago the family removed to Toronto. Misses Suzy, Emma, Kittie and Josephine mourn the loss of a father whom they greatly beloved. The remains were tenderly laid at rest in St. Michael's Cemetery on Friday last.
The Acton Free Press 15 February 1906
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YANKALILLA.
February 16. —Ms. P. Ahern, sen., an old resident, died yesterday at the age of 72. She was a native of Kilkenny, Ireland, and arrived in South Australia in 1855. Her husband predeceased her by ten or twelve years. The family surviving consists of four daughters and three sons. The sons are Mr. J. Ahern, clerk of the Yankalilla District Council; Mr. W. Ahern, mounted constable of Blanchetown; and P. Ahern, of Yankalilla.
The Advertiser 19 February 1906
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Emma (Repetto) O'Hearn
The funeral of Mrs. Emma O'Hearn, wife of James O'Hearn, who died at her home, 1110 Christy Avenue, will be held from the residence at 8:30 o'clock Friday morning, and at 9 o'clock from St. Aloysius Church. The burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. [see also: George W. O'Hearn]
Louisville Times 1 March 1906
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Emma (Repetto) O'Hearn
O'HEARN—Feb. 28, at 10 a.m., Emma (nee Repetto), wife of James O'Hearn, aged 40 years. Funeral Friday morning from residence, 1110 Christy Ave. at 8:30 and from St. Aloysius Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in St. Louis Cemetery.
Courier Journal 1 March 1906
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John Ahearn
The body of John Ahearn will be brought here from Batch Beach, L.I. [should be Bath Beach in Brooklyn] on the 12:18 p.m. train Thursday for burial at St. Peter's cemetery. He died at the residence of a son on Tuesday. He formerly lived at Millstone. He is past middle age and is survived by seven sons. Undertaker McDede will be in charge. [see also: (sons) Andrew W. Ahern, Edward P. Ahern, Jeremiah H. Ahern, Michael T. Ahern; (brother) Michael Ahearn]
Daily Times 7 March 1906
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Johanna (Kane) Ahern
Ahern, Johanna (nee Kane), 3603 Lowe ave., wife of Patrick, mother of Timothy, Michael, Matthew, Daniel and William, Mrs. M. J. Kiley, Mrs. George Such, Mrs. M. W. O'Brien, and the late Margaret Ahern; native of Herbertstown, Co. Limerick.
Chicago Daily News 29 March 1906
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Johanna (Kane) Ahern
AHERN—Johanna (Kane) Ahern, wife of Patrick, March 29, 3003 Lowe-av., native of Herbert's Town, County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral notice hereafter.
Chicago Tribune 30 March 1906
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EDWARD S. AHEARN IS DEAD.
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End Comes Suddenly to Former President
of the Electrotypers' Union in Dorchester.
Edward S. Ahern, an ex-president of the Boston electrotypers' union 11, died suddenly yesterday morning at his home on Roseclair st., Dorchester. Mr. Ahern, who for the past 10 years had been one of the most active men in organized labor circles of the city, had been in failing health for about a year. His death was from heart disease. He was a brother-in-law of Sec-Treas. D. D. Driscoll of the state branch, A. F. of L., and for years had been delegate to the C. L. U. and other bodies. He was employed several years at the University press in Cambridge.
The Boston Globe 2 April 1906
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Timothy Ahern
Ahern, Timothy. Husband of Margaret (nee Farrell), brother of John, Thomas and William; native of Kilbehenney [sic], Co. Limerick. Funeral from 331 W. 23rd Pl. to Blessed Sacrament church thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery.
Chicago Daily News 16 April 1906
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Timothy, 35; 831 W. 23d-st., April 15.
Chicago Tribune 17 April 1906
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William Joseph Aherne
AHERNE—May 20th, at the Hospice for the Dying, William Joseph Aherne, late of 27 and 28 Mountpleasant avenue.
Irish Times 26 May 1906
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Julia (Creedon) Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, June 22 1906, Julia, beloved wife, of Timothy Ahearn, mother of Dennis and Daniel Ahearn and Mrs. M. Dower, and sister of Johanna Linehan and Captain of Police T. J. Creedon of New York City, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 66 years. (New York papers please copy.)
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Sunday), at 1:30 o'clock, from her late residence, 302 Liberty street, thence to St. James Church for services. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. A solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for repose of her soul on Monday at St. James Church, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. [see also: Catherine Agnes Ahearn, Johanna Ahearn]
The San Francisco Call 23 June 1906
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Patrick Francis Ahern
AHERN.—On the 29th July, at the residence of his sister (Mrs. Frank Adams, Manse road, Blenheim), Patrick Francis, dearly beloved husband of Julia Ahern, aged 50 years. R.I.P. [see also: Esther Ahern]
The Wellington Evening Post 30 July 1906
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Patrick Francis Ahern
Ahern—On the 29th instant, at the residence of Mr. Frank Adams, Manse Road, Blenheim, Patrick Francis Ahern, aged 49 years. [see also: Esther Ahern]
Marlborough Express 30 July 1906
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Anastasia (White) Ahern
AHERN—Anastasia Ahern, nee White, beloved wife of the late Walter Ahern, mother of Ellen. Funeral from her late residence, 476 S. Hermitage-av., Monday, Aug. 13, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Charles' church, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Anastasia, 52; 476 Hermitage-av., Aug. 11.
Chicago Tribune 13-14 August 1906
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Mary E. G. Ahern
AHERN.—On August 17, 1906, MARY E. G. AHERN, daughter of Millie and the late John H. Ahern, aged 18 years. The relatives and friends of the family, also empoyes of Ford Leather Company, are invited to attend the funeral services, on Tuesday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from her late residence, No. 2436 South Marshall street. Interment private at Fernwood Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 21 August 1906
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William Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, August 31 1906. William Ahern, dearly beloved son of Thomas and Theresa Ahern, and beloved brother of John Ahern, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 3 years 10 months and 17 days.
The San Francisco Call 1 September 1906
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Michael Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, September 3, 1906, Michael, dearly beloved husband of Julia Ahern and father of John, Thomas, Daniel and Michael Ahern, Mrs. Mary Dunn, and the late William, Margaret and Julia Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 64 years. A member of Golden Gate Lodge No. 8, A. O. U. W.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) September 5, at 8:30 o'clock, from his late residence, 2924 Folsom street, thence to St. Peter's Church, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 4 September 1906
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John J. Ahern
AHERN.—On October 14, 1906, JOHN J. son of James and Mary E. Ahern. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, on Friday, at 8.30 a.m. from his parents' residence, 2819 Tulip st. 25th ward. Requiem mass at St. Ann's Church at 10 a.m. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 17 October 1906
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IN MEMORIAM.
AHERN.—In loving memory of our dear little Jackie, who was drowned at Perth, October 21, 1904.—Inserted by his grandfather, uncles, and aunts.
AHERN.—In loving memory of our dear little Jackie, who was drowned at Perth, October 21, 1904.—Inserted by his sorrowing mother and father, Annie and Willie.
The West Australian 26 October 1906
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—James, native of Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland, on Wednesday, December 12th, in his 64th year. Funeral will take place from his late residence, 241 Lee ave., thence to the Church of the Transfiguration, Maroy ave. and Hooper st. Mass at 10:30 A. M. on Saturday, Dec. 15th.
Brooklyn Standard Union 14 December 1906
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Annie Genevieve Ahern
AHERN—On Saturday, December 22, 1906, at 8:30 a.m. at her parents residence, 832 D street southeast, ANNIE GENEVIEVE beloved daughter of Minnie and Maurice Ahern aged twenty years.
The Washington Post 23 December 1906
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AHERN.—On the 6th January, at Dandenong, the infant son of James J. and Marion Ahern, of Pakenham. Requiescat in pace.
The Argus 7 January 1907
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Fortune for Queenslanders.
Dr. Terry M. A'Heron, a well-known physician and surgeon of Junction, New Jersey, U.S.A., recently died, leaving a fortune of about £60,000, and his nearest relative is a sister, Mrs. Foster, of Warwick. Dr. A'Heron was one of a family of six, a brother being the late First-class Inspector John Ahern, of the Queensland Police Service. By Inspector Ahern the old Irish name became Anglicised, though the pronunciation is maintained by those who hail from County Cork. Dr. A'Heron was born at Barrymore (Cork), and was 63 years of age at the time of his death. He graduated at King's College, London and also at the Eye and Ear Department of St Mark's College, Dublin; and on going to America in 1866 he took a three years' post graduate course at the New York Eye and Ear Hospital and later graduated from the medical department of Yale. He had lived at Junction, New Jersey, for over thirty years, making occasional visits to Ireland.

A New Jersey paper says "he was a brilliant man, and the medical profession suffers a severe loss by his death." The same paper says "the doctor was one of a family of six children, the only survivor being a sister, who resides in Australia." In connection with the matter, Mr. Henry F. W. Foster, of Toowoomba and his sister, Miss Foster, who resides with her mother at Warwick, will sail for the United States on the 23rd instant by the Miowera. Mr. Foster is in the Lands Department at Toowoomba and is well known in musical circles there, being accompanist to the Liedertafel. [see also: William Ahern]

The Brisbane Courier 10 January 1907
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Dorothy Aherne
AHERNE—January 27th, at 53 Aughrim street, Dorothy, the dearly-beloved wife of Patrick Aherne, G.P.O. [see also: Violetta Aherne]
Irish Times 9 February 1907
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Dennis Ahern
AHERN—Dennis Ahern, Feb. 8, 1907, at his residence, 1184 Jackson blvd., beloved husband of Bridget Ahern, nee Murphy, father of Cassie, Agnes, Mabel, Theresa, Mrs. E. J. Riley, the late Mary Ahern, and Elizabeth Schell. Native of County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral Tuesday, at 9 a.m., to Our Lady of Sorrows church, by carriages to Mt. Carmel. Member of Oakley court No. 28, C. O. F.
Chicago Tribune 10 February 1907
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William "Willie" O'Hearn
The nine year old son of James O'Hearn of Loudonville, while on his way to the creamery with the mornings milk, was thrown from his buggy near the Walhonding depot and instantly killed, yesterday morning. The boy had driven his horse between the hand car house and a train, and the engine is supposed to have hit the buggy and thrown out the boy.
Mansfield Daily Shield 19 February 1907
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William "Willie" O'Hearn
A distressing and unfortunate accident happened at the Walhonding railroad crossing, on Main street, early Monday morning that cost William O'Hearn his life. He was coming to town in a single buggy and as he approached the Walhonding railroad a freight train came along going south. After the engine crossed the street the horse slowly approached the passing train. Suddenly the animal shied and turned down along the track in the same direction the train was going. After proceeding about thirty feet a switch light was encountered and the buggy became entangled in the brace rods. The train was between the only spectator, G.F. Raby, and the unfortunate lad, but it is thought that the lad was thrown against the side of the rear cars of the train. When the train had passed the boy was picked up and carried to the waiting room. He was living, but unconscious, the skull being crushed in just above the left ear. Later he was carried to the home of John Mutchler where he died in the afternoon. He was born in Jefferson township, Knox county, July 22nd, 1897, and was aged 9 years, 6 months and 26 days. Funeral services were held at the Catholic church, Wednesday morning at ten o'clock conducted by Father Ryan. Interment in the Catholic cemetery. The parents, three brothers and three sisters survive and they have the sympathy of the community in this sad misfortune and bereavement.
Loudonville Democrat 21 February 1907
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William "Willie" O'Hearn
Willie O'Hearn was born July 22, 1897, and was baptised in infancy at St. Luke's Catholic church in Danville, by Rev. Wm. McDermott. He was called to his heavenly home Monday, February 18th, at the age of 9 years, 6 months and 26 days. He leaves besides his bereaved father and mother, three sisters, three brothers and a host of friends, with whom he was a great favorite, to mourn their loss. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Father Ryan at St. Peter's Catholic church, Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. Interment in the Catholic cemetery.
Loudonville Democrat 28 February 1907
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LOWELL
Mary O'Hearn
Mrs. Mary O'Hearn, wife of Patrick O'Hearn, a well- known contractor, died Saturday night at their home in Pawtucketville. She leaves her husband and several children.
The Boston Globe 4 March 1907
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MICHAEL AHERN.
Michael Ahern died this morning at his home at Blackwell's Mills of pneumonia. He had been ill but four days. Mr. Ahern for several years kept a store there. He is survived by a widow and two children, Mary and John Ahern. The funeral will be at St. Joseph's church at Millstone on Monday morning at 9 o'clock and the interment will be made in St. Peter's cemetery. Undertaker Martin has charge.
The New Brunswick Daily Times 8 March 1907
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Michael Ahearn
The body of Michael Ahearn who died at his home on Friday at Blackwell's Mills, was consigned to its last earthly resting place in St. Peter's cemetery yesterday. The funeral services were held at St. Joseph's Church, Millstone, of which parish the deceased was a faithful member. The mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Tighe, assisted by Rev. Father Caton of St. Peter's Church as deacon, and Rev. Father Dunphy as sub-deacon. During the services several appropriate hymns were rendered. Mr. Ahearn reposed in a handsome solid quartered oak casket, open full length, adorned with a massive solid silver crucifix and extension bar handle. The floral tributes were many and beautiful. The pallbearers were the six sons of the brother of the deceased. Undertaker A. J. Martin directed.
New Brunswick Home News 12 March 1907
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Edward S. Ahern
In loving remembrance of my beloved husband, Edward S. Ahern, who died April 1, 1906, gone but not forgotten. JENNIE M. AHERN.
The Boston Globe 1 April 1907
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Rosie Presley
Mrs Rosie Presley, formerly of this city, expires Monday night. Dubuquers will learn with sorrow of the death of Mrs Rosie Presley, a former resident of this city, which occurred on Monday night at 10:00 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs Harry Houghton, with whom she has been making her home for the past few years. The remains were at once brought to this city and taken to the home of John O'Hern, 236 Locust Street, whence the funeral will be held Thursday morning at 9:00 o'clock to the Cathedral, interment to be made in Mt. Olivet. The deceased lived in Dubuque for 65 years, and was an exemplary woman in every way. A member of the Catholic faith, her entire life was consecrated to the embodying of the principles which formed her religious belief. Mrs Presley is survived by four sons and one daughter, Mrs Harry Houghton of Sioux City, John, Thomas F., Paul L. of Dubuque and Edward of Sioux City.
Telegraph Herald 10 April 1907
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—Michael Ahern, beloved husband of the late Margaret, nee Mann, father of John, Michael, William, Mrs. James W. Sheridan, and Mrs. J. S. Ahern, at his residence, 832 Sawyer-av. Funeral private. Mass Saturday at 10 a.m., at Blessed Sacrament church, thence via St. Paul railroad to Calvary. [see also: Mary Agnes Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 12 April 1907
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Ellen Francis (Ahern) Foster
Mrs. Ellen Francis Foster of Warwick, relict of the late Mr. Henry Lamb Foster, died last Wednesday in the Mater Misericordiae Private Hospital, Brisbane. The deceased had been ailing for about two years from weakness of the heart and about a fortnight before her death complications set in. The remains were removed to Warwick by the mail train on Thursday, and were thence conveyed to St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, which had been draped for the occasion.

The body was placed on a catafalque while prayers were read. Mr. J. Foster, a son of deceased, who is a member of the choir sang "Nearer my God to Thee" as the procession entered the church and as it left the building the Dead March was played on the organ. During the progress of the funeral the bells of St. Mark's Church of England. St. Mary's Church, and St. Mary's Convent tolled a funeral dirge. A large and representative gathering followed the hearse to the cemetery where the last rites were performed by the Rev. Father Potter. The coffin was covered with beautiful wreaths sent by sympathisers. The deceased, who was born in Donickmore, Middleton, County Cork, Ireland in 1849, came to Queensland with her three brothers (Inspector Ahern and Messrs. William and Denis Ahern).

She arrived in Warwick with her late husband about twenty-six years ago and has resided there ever since. Mr. H. Foster, Miss Foster and Mr. C. A. Ball are at present in America in connection with a legacy left to Mrs. and Miss Foster by Dr. Terence a'Heron, Deceased's brother. Mrs. Foster's other two sons (Messrs. J. and W. Foster) were present with their mother at the time of her death. Telegrams of sympathy were received by the Messrs. Foster from all parts of Queensland.

The Brisbane Courier 30 April 1907
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Minnie (Ahearn) Swanson
SWANSON—In Dorchester, May 7, Minnie, wife of Joseph Swanson, 22 yrs 10 mos. Funeral from the residence of her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Ahearn, 15 Bellflower st., Friday, May 10, at 8:15. High mass of requiem at St. Margaret's church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Halifax, N. S. papers please copy.
The Boston Globe 9 May 1907
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Nellie Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, May 24, 1907, Nellie, beloved daughter of James A. and Annie Ahern, and sister of Andrew Ahern, and granddaughter of Catherine and the late John C. Riordan, a native of San Francisco, aged 16 years 5 months and 4 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Monday), May 27, at 9 o'clock a. m., from the residence of her parents, 405 Grove street, thence to Sacred Heart church, where a requiem high mass for the repose of her soul will be celebrated at 9:30 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 26 May 1907
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Ellen O'Hearn
O'HEARN—In South Boston, May 25, Ellen, widow of the late Patrick O'Hearn. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Katherine Brennan, 112 West Broadway, Monday, May 27 at 8:30 a.m. Solemn high mass at SS Peter and Paul's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Please omit flowers.
The Boston Globe 26 May 1907
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN.—On the 25th May, at Livingstone street, Thebarton, Thomas, second beloved son of T. and M. Ahern, aged 19 years and 2 months. R.I P.
MR. and Mrs. AHERN and FAMILY tender their sincere THANKS to all kind Friends for their sympathy to them in their late sad bereavement, especially District Nurse Hodgson; of Thebarton, also Dr. Lynch, for their unremitting attention to their late son.
South Australian Advertiser 3 June 1907
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Pauline Loretta O'Hearn
   O'HEARN—In this city, June 15, 1907, Pauline Loretta, darling daughter of Daniel J. and Pauline O'Hearn (nee Schaffrey), a native of San Francisco, aged 8 months and 8 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Monday), June 17, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., from the residence of the parents, 3276 Twenty-fourth near Mission. Interment Mount Olivet cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 16 June 1907
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Mary A. Ahern
AHERN—On Monday, June 17, 1907, in Baltimore, Md., MARY A., daughter of the late Bartholomew and Ellen Ahern of this city. Funeral notice in this evening's Star.
Washington Post 18 June 1907
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MRS. CON AHERN CLAIMED BY DEATH
Mrs. Minnie Ahern, wife of Con Ahern, who was for a number of years sergeant-at-arms of the senate, died at a local hospital this morning as the result of an operation for appendicitis. She was 35 years of age, a native of San Jose, California. Mrs. Ahern was formerly Miss Minnie Armour of San Jose, and she was well known in the Garden City. The body will be shipped to her parents. Mrs. Peter Nielson, a sister of Mrs. Ahern, resides in this city.
Reno Evening Gazette 9 July 1907
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Minnie (Armour) Ahern
Mrs. Con Ahern, who died at the People's Hospital yesterday morning, was Miss Minnie Armour before her marriage, and lived in San Jose, where she was born in 1873. Mrs. Peter Nielson of Reno was her sister. The body will be sent to California for interment.
Nevada State Journal 10 July 1907
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Minnie (Armour) Ahern
AHERN—In Reno, Nevada, July 9, 1907 Minnie, beloved wife of Con A. Ahern, sister of Mrs. P. Neilson, William Ahern, Eddie A. Ahern, James Ahern of Oakland and John A. Ahern of Denver. Funeral Friday, at 10 a.m. Interment at Oak Hill.
San Jose Mercury News 11 July 1907
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Daniel A. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 17, 1907, Daniel A. Ahern, dearly beloved son of Daniel J. and Catherine Ahern, and loving brother of Jeremiah J., Margaret and Lee Ahern, Mrs. George Kline, Mrs. Tony Sousa, Mrs. Al Cooney and the late John Ahern, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 21 years 10 months and 26 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, today (Saturday), at 9:15 a. m., from, the parlors of the United undertakers, 2608 Howard street near Twenty-second, thence to St. Peter's church, where a solemn requiem high mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated, commencing at 9:45 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 20 July 1907
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Rev. William Ahearn
Pastor of St. Gabriel's Church, East New York, Dies Suddenly
The Rev. Father William Ahearn, pastor of St. Gabriel's Roman Catholic Church in New Lots Avenue, East New York, died from acute indigestion on Saturday night. He was taken suddenly ill at Curley's Hotel, Rockaway Beach, and died within three hours. The funeral will take place on Wednesday with a solemn high mass of requiem in St. Gabriel's Church. The interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Father Ahearn was born in Brooklyn in 1860 and took his theological course at All Hallows Seminary, Dublin. On June 8, 1883, he was ordained by Bishop Powers and went to St. John's, Newfoundland. He taught in a seminary there for some time. He then returned to Brooklyn and eight years ago founded St. Gabriel's Church.
New York Times 29 July 1907
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Agatha (Coggie) Ahern
AHERN. — In loving memory of my dear friend, Agatha (Coggie) Ahern, who died August 1, 1906. Inserted by her dear little friend, Nita O'Dea, Kensington. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 1 August 1907
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Joseph Ahern
Joseph Ahern of 279 Medford st. died yesterday morning at the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, after an illness of about six months. A complication of diseases was the cause. The deceased was born in Charlottetown, P. E. I., 24 years ago and has made this city his home for the past 15 years. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception church and the burial will be at Holy Cross. Two brothers and four sisters are left to mourn his loss. Mr. Ahern was one of the best known young residents of Edgeworth and had a large circle of friends.
Malden Evening News 29 August 1907
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Nellie (Ahearn) Reardon
Mrs. J. J. Reardon, formerly Miss Nellie Ahearn, died of tuberculosis Friday at the home of her father, T. F. Ahearn of George street, aged 22 years and four months. The funeral was held from St. Mary's Cathedral Sunday afternoon. Besides her parents, Mrs. Reardon is survived by her husband and two brothers, Joseph Ahearn of South Carolina and Frank Ahearn of this city.
Burlington Free Press 29 August 1907
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Edward P. Ahern
Edward P. Ahern of 2436 86th street, died there yesterday. He was born in New Jersey in 1857 and had been in the grocery business in Bensonhurst for many years. For twenty years he had been a resident of Brooklyn. He leaves a widow and four daughters. [see also: (father) John Ahearn; (daughters) Caroline F. Ahern, Gertrude M. (Ahern) Laurencot, Helen M. (Ahern) Donohue, Isabel V. "Bella" Ahern ]
Brooklyn Eagle 24 September 1907
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MRS ELLEN T. O'HEARN DEAD.
Mother of Fr. James A. Walsh of East Boston
Passes Away at Her Home in Lowell.
LOWELL, Sept. 26—Mrs. Ellen T. O'Hearn, widow of Cornelius O'Hearn, died this morning at her home 649 Westford st., aged 69 years. She leaves a daughter, Miss Helen O'Hearn, a teacher in the Lowell public schools, and three sons, Fr. James A. Walsh of East Boston, Fr. John J. O'Hearn of Peabody and Dr. Daniel A. O'Hearn of Lowell. The funeral will take place at St. Patrick's church here Saturday morning.
The Boston Globe 27 September 1907
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REV. FR. WALSH DEAD.
East Boston Priest Victim of Heart Trouble.
He Had Gone to Lowell, His Mother Having Died There.
LOWELL. Sept. 29—Rev. Fr. James A. Walsh, a curate of the church of the Sacred Heart in East Boston, died suddenly of heart trouble this morning. He was called to this city by the death of his mother, Mrs. Ellen T. O'Hearn, who was buried here Saturday, and who lived at 694 Westford st. He was greatly affected by her death. Before retiring last night he arranged to celebrate mass for the sisters and children in St. Peter's orphan asylum today, and set the alarm clock for 6. The alarm aroused him, and his attempts to call for assistance were heard by relatives, who hastened to his room. Fr. Timothy L. Callahan of St Patrick's church reached the house in season to administer the last rites of the church.
Fr. Walsh had been troubled at times with vertigo.
Fr. Walsh was born in Lowell 44 years ago. After graduating from the Lowell schools he attended St. Bonaventure college at Allegheny, Penn., and Brighton seminary. He was ordained in the seminary about 16 years ago by the late Archbishop Williams. He was stationed in Roxbury, Ayer, Lowell and East Boston. In his boyhood and before attending college Fr. Walsh was a member of all the literary societies of St. Patrick's parish, and was a great favorite with his companions. He was chosen chaplain of Lowell council, Knights of Columbus, and was a member of Lowell lodge of Elks. He was a frequent visitor at the home of his relatives here and also at the rectory of St Patrick's church.

The announcement of his death was made in all the Catholic churches here today, and was heard with regret by many who knew him since boyhood. He is survived by two half-brothers, Rev. Fr. John J. O'Hearn of Peabody and Dr. Daniel A. O'Hearn of this city, and a half-sister, Miss Helen J. O'Hearn, a school teacher here.

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REV JAMES A. WALSH.
When St Patrick's church was burned some years ago arrangements were made for a temporary church in Associate hall, and Fr. Walsh, then a curate here, celebrated the first mass in that hall. On invitation of Rev William O'Brien, PR. he took part in the dedication of the new St. Patrick's church, Nov. 18 last.

The funeral will take place at St. Patrick's church Wednesday morning. A meeting of Lowell council, Knights of Columbus, will be held Monday evening to act upon the death of its former chaplain.

The Boston Globe 30 September 1907
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Mrs. Ahern Will be Buried in St. Peter's
Time for funeral, however, has not been set
Arrangements for the funeral of Mrs. Johanna Ahern, who died at her home early yesterday morning have not yet been completed. Services will be held at the residence, however, and also at St. Peter's church. The body will be buried in St. Peter's cemetery. The time has not been set. Mrs. Ahern died at 12:30 a.m. yesterday at her home, 120 South Eighth street, after an illness of six months. She was 86 years old. Death was due to senility. She was the mother of John Ahern, former chief of police of this city, and Thomas Ahern, night manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company here. Mrs. Ahern was a resident of Quincy for more than sixty years. She was born in County Cork, Ireland, but came to the United States when but twenty years old. She made her home in the East for a number of years and it was there that she was married. Besides her two sons, Mrs. Ahern is survived by her husband. [see also: Maggie, Ahern]
Quincy Daily Whig 15 October 1907
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Mary (Ormsby) Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, October 19, 1907, Mary, dearly beloved wife of Daniel Ahern, and beloved mother of Daniel Ahern Jr., and loving daughter of William Ormsby and Annie Ormsby (Soulen),a native of Cleveland, 0., aged 25 years and 8 months.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 1 o'clock p. m., from the parlors of McBrearty & 'McCormick, 915 Valencia street near Twentieth. Interment Cypress Lawn cemetery by 1:40 o'clock p. m. train from Twenty-fifth and Valencia streets.
The San Francisco Call 21 October 1907
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—In Cohasset, Dec. 23, James Ahearn, formerly of Boston. Funeral from residence of Cornelius Murphy, Margion st. Cohasset, Thursday, Dec. 26, at 8:15 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Anthony's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment at Hingham.
The Boston Globe 22 November 1907
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Helena (Aherne) Peterson
   PETERSON—In Alameda, December 14, 1907, Helena, dearly beloved wife of Captain H. Peterson, loving mother of Maria, Harry and Neva Peterson, and sister of Katie, Dennis, Jennie, and Eugene Aherne, a native of San Francisco.
   The funeral will take place tomorrow (Wednesday), December 18, at 9 a. m. from the parlors of Monahan & Co., 1304 Guerrero street corner Twenty-fifth, thence to Mission Dolores church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 17 December 1907
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Alexander Ahern
AHERN.—On December 12, at By-the-Sea-road, South Fremantle, Alexander, beloved husband of Jennie Ahern, of diabetes. At rest. Deeply regretted. [see also: Alexander Bruce Ahearn, Jennie Ahearn]
Western Mail 21 December 1907
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Alexander Ahern
The funeral of Mr. Alexander Ahern, an old colonist and resident of Fremantle for 44 years, took place on Saturday, in the Anglican portion of the Fremantle Cemetery, and was largely attended, over 70 vehicles following the procession from the residence in South Fremantle to the Cemetery. The remains of thc deceased were enclosed in a polished jarrah casket and mounted with silver-plated furniture. The chief mourners were Mrs. A. Ahern (widow). Misses Juanita, Elizabeth. Dorris, and Enid Ahern (daughters), Mr. and Mrs. Moncrieff (sister and brother- in-law), Mr. and Mrs. Hudson (sister and brother-in-law). Mr. Nuncuff, Mr. Sanson, Mr. and Mrs. Kuchan, Mr. and Mrs. P. McCall, Mr. M. McCall. The pall-bearers were Messrs. Geo. Stannard, P. J. Hevron, B. T. Daly, Thos. Quinn, C. G. Piper, and A. J. Tijou. A large number of wreaths were sent by many sympathising friends.
The Western Mail 21 December 1907
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Michael Ahern
AHERN — On Monday, Dec. 30, 1907, 1t 3:15 o'clock p.m., MICHAEL AHERN, of Company B, Seventh Louisiana Regiment C. S. A., aged 72 years, a native of Ireland. Interment in tomb of Soldiers' Home of Louisiana. His comrades, friends and acquaintances are requested to attend his funeral, from the Soldiers' Home of Louisiana, on Tuesday, Dec. 31, 1907, at 10 o'clock a.m.
The Daily Picayune 31 December 1907
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Kathleen Ahern
AHERN—On January 12, 1908 at "Muirlyn," Manning street, South Brisbane, Kathleen, fifth daughter of the late Terence Ahern and Mrs. M. Ahern, aged 20 years. (R.I.P.) [see also: Margaret "Maggie" Ahern, Terence Ahern]
Brisbane Courier Mail 13 January 1908
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Margaret (Ahern) Collins
The death of Mrs. Morris Collins of the Commercial Hotel in this city, removes another early pioneer from our midst. Mrs. Collins came to this city with the advent of the C. & N. W. Railway. Her husband was conductor and overseer of the construction train and crew that helped to build the road. Morris was noted for governing his crew with an iron hand. His men not only worked as he told them to, but they voted as he directed or not at all. Morris died after a long illness some years ago and his widow has carried on the hotel business most of the time since. We are informed that a son and a daughter survive her. Mrs. Collins died Wednesday afternoon at about 3 o'clock.

Mrs. Collins was born Margaret Ahern or O'Hern in Ireland December 27, 1845. She died January 15, 1908 in Waseca Minnesota. Known children were Katherine or Kate (Collins) Dunham, Michael Collins, Maurice Collins, Mary Ellen Collins, Rosella (Collins) Rollins Conklin, and Mary Agnes (Collins) Nissen.

Waseca (Minnesota) Herald 17 January 1908
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Timothy Ahearn
   AHEARN— In this city, February 2, 1908, Timothy, beloved husband of the late Julia Ahearn, father of Denis F. and Daniel A. Ahearn and Mrs. Margaret Dower, brother of Mary and the late Daniel Ahearn, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 75 years. (New York city papers please copy.)
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m. from his late residence, 302 Liberty street, thence to St. James' church, corner of Guerrero and Twenty-third streets, where a solemn requiem mass for the repose of his soul will be celebrated, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery. [see also: Catherine Agnes Ahearn, Johanna Ahearn]
The San Francisco Call 4 February 1908
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Roger J. Skelly
SKELLY—Roger J. Skelly, Feb. 4, 1908, aged 35 years, son of William H. Skelly, formerly of Lemont, Ill., beloved husband of Emma, nee Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 6347 St. Lawrence-av. Funeral notice later.
Chicago Tribune 5 February 1908
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Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, Feb. 4, Elizabeth, widow of Timothy Ahern. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Mulvey (nee Ahern), 200 West 4th st., Thursday, Feb. 6, at 8:15 a.m. Solemn requiem mass at St. Augustine's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.
AFTER LONG ILLNESS.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ahern Aged South Boston Resident, Dead.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ahern, one of the oldest and most respected residents of South Boston, died yesterday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Peter Mulvey, 290 West 4th street, alter a lingering illness. Mrs. Ahern was born in 1838 and had lived in the peninsula district more than half a century. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Mulvey; two sons, John J. and P. M. Ahern; 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. She was ever interested charitable organizations and was a staunch supporter of St. Augustine's church. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning from the home of her daughter and requiem mass will be celebrated in St. Augustine's church at 9 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 5 February 1908
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Richard Ahern Died Yesterday
Had Reached the Age of 94 Years at the Time of the Death
WAS OLD RESIDENT
He Passed Away Quietly and Rather Unexpectedly
The death of Richard Ahern, Sr., one of the city's oldest inhabitants and residents, occurred yesterday morning at 7:15 at the home of his son, John Ahern, ex-chief of police, at 1114 Kentucky street, at the extreme advanced age of 94 years, as the result of senility. Mr. Ahern, who had always been a rugged man, had only been failing in his health for several months and although he had been confined for only a short time, he retained a clear mind until the time of his death and his condition was not considered dangerous to any of his family until just a few minutes before his death yesterday morning, when he was found to be breathing his last while asleep.

Mr. Ahern was a native of Ireland, where he was born in the County Cork 94 years ago. He spent his early years in that country and came to America when 30 years of age and a short time afterwards he came to Quincy, which has been his home ever since, 63 years in all. Shortly after arriving in Quincy, he was married and his wife died only four months ago, October 15, 1907, at the advanced age of 87 years. To Mr. and Mrs. Ahern there were nine children born, all of whom they survived, with the exception of two sons, John A. Ahern, ex-chief of police, at whose home Mr. Ahern died, and Thomas Roy Ahern, of the American District Telegraph company, of 120 South Eighth street.

Mr. Ahern in his former years was a contractor until the last fifteen or twenty years, during which time he has lived in retirement. He was always in the best of health and had the reputation of never spending many days in sickness, and although he lived to the ripe old age of 94 years, he retained the remarkable power of eye sight and was never compelled to wear glasses. He was able to read the newspapers without artificial means within a week or so before his death. He was well known to the citizens of Quincy and had many friends who had known him for years who will miss him. He was for many years a member of the St. Peter's Roman Catholic church. The funeral notice will be published later. [see also: Maggie, Ahern]

Quincy Daily Whig 15 February 1908
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN.—On February 26, at the residence of his son-in-law, Michael Liston, Balclutha, Jeremiah Ahern, late of South Dunedin ; aged 77 years.—R. I. P. [see also: Julia Ahern]
Otago Witness 4 March 1908
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STRICKEN ON STREET
Mrs. Mary Ahern, 50 years old, of 19 Maywood st was taken ill while on Maywood st near Blue Hill av. A physician was summoned, but Mrs. Ahern had died before he arrived.
The Boston Globe 11 March 1908
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, March 17, Michael, husband of Mary Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 170 W. 4th st, Friday, march 20, at 8:15. High mass of requiem at SS Peter and Paul's church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Late member of M.C.O.F., SS Peter and Paul's court 15. [see also: John Ahearn]
The Boston Globe 19 March 1908
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Catherine (Sweeney) Ahern
MRS. DANIEL AHERN.
For Forty Years A Loved and Respected Resident of Sycamore Is At Rest.
   The death of Mrs. Daniel Ahern at their home on Grant street at about 5 o'clock on last Saturday afternoon brought deep grief to many hearts in this community where she had lived so many years loved and respected by all. She had been sick for nearly a year and for some weeks had been in a precarious condition. Her death was the result of an affection [sic] of the liver.
   Catherine Sweeney was born at Glenville, Ireland, 69 years ago. She was united in marriage on October 14, 49 years ago to Daniel Ahern. Soon after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Ahern came to America, and after a short residence in New York City and Chicago, they became residents of Sycamore, and here they have ever since, a period of some 40 years, made their home.
   To Mr. and Mrs. Ahern were born the following children: Mrs. N. J. Ronin, of Freemont, Neb.; M. P. Ahern, of DeKalb, Ill.; Mrs. Harry Winders, deceased; Mrs. David Morphy, of Sycamore; John D. Ahern, of DeKalb, Ill.; James Ahern, deceased; Mrs. B. J. Snow, of Sycamore; Mrs. E. J,. Behling, of Milwaukee, Wis., and Frances Ahern, of Sycamore. The surviving children, together with the husband and father, mourn the death of a loving wife, and affectionate and devoted mother, to whom all owe much of the happiness which has come to them in life. She lived a just, consistent life which was not lived in vain.
   The funeral services were held on Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at the home, and were private at her request. The Rev. father Mullally, of St. Mary's church, officiated. The remains were interred in Mt. Carmel cemetery.
Sycamore True Republican 25 March 1908
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John Ahern
The funeral services over the remains of Mr. John Ahern were held in Wayne, NE, Monday, August 10, 1908. The funeral cortege left the home at eight o'clock a.m. for the service at the Catholic Church in Wayne, with Father Kern officiating. Requiem High Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. The interment is to be in the Catholic cemetery at Wayne. The deceased, the son of Maurice and Ellen (Barrett) Ahern, was born in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland, on April 12, 1848. When a young man he came to this country and located at Elk Point, SD. After residing at Elk Point for a number of years he moved to Jackson, NE in 1883. He lived there until 1889 when he moved to Wayne County, Nebraska. During the lapse of these years he took Miss Ellen Reagan for a wife. To this union eight children were born, six boys and two girls, all of whom are living. Last Thursday saw the close of this life. The sixty years had seen many vicissitudes together with many of the pleasures of this world. His life was one of labor for his family and friends. He was a man that was ready at any time to help another whom he thought worthy. He was from childhood to his grave a strong member of the Catholic Church. His life was a success for he did well what his hands found to do. [see also: Cornelius Ahern]
— Unknown Source, April 1908
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Mary (Malloy) Ahern
AHERN — On Thursday, April 9, 1908, at 8:45 o'clock a.m., MARY MALLOY, widow of the late W. J. Ahern, a native of County Latrim [sic], Ireland, aged 95 years and a resident of this city for the past seventy-two years. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place Friday, April 10, at 3 o'clock p.m., from the late residence of the deceased, No. 1816 Annunciation Street. New York city papers please copy.
The Daily Picayune 10 April 1908
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James J. Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, April 16, James J., beloved husband of Mary Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 214 Havre st., Saturday at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends are requested to attend.
The Boston Globe 17 April 1908
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Catherine Ahearn
AHEARN—In Quincy, April 25, Catherine, beloved daughter of Michael and Nellie Ahearn, 26 yrs. Funeral from her parents' residence, 16 Packard's lane,. Monday, April 27, at 8:30 a.m. Services at St. John's church at 9. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 26 April 1908
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James J. Ahern
AHERN—James J. Ahern, dearly beloved husband of Mayme Ahern, nee Buckley, and father of Howard and Maurice Ahern. Funeral Wednesday from late residence, 26 Oregon-av., at 9 a.m., to St. Patrick's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary. Member of Vernon council No. 84, Royal League; St. Joseph's court No. 8 C.O.F.; Court of Honor; Conclave No. 680, Improved Order of Heptasophs.
OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, James J., 47, 26 Oregon-av., May 11.
Chicago Tribune 13 May 1908
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Patrick Ahern
Ahern.—June 6, 1908, Patrick Ahern, aged 77 years. Relatives and friends, also League of the Sacred Heart of St. Agatha's are invited to attend funeral on Wednesday at 10 a.m., from residence 3728 Brandywine. Int. St Denis' Cemetery. [see also: Mary (Hogan) Ahern]
Philadelphia Public Ledger 8 June 1908
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Edward C. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 12, 1908, Edward C. beloved son of Timothy and Joanna Ahern, and loving brother of William J., Francis D., Mary C. and Gertrude Ahern, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 16 years 3 months and 16 days.
   The funeral will take place tomorrow (Wednesday), July 15, 1908, at 9 a. m., from his late residence, 4050 Twenty-fifth street between Sanchez and Noe, thence to St. Paul's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at — a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 14 July 1908
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Ellen Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, July 19, 1908, Mrs. Ellen Ahearn, a native of Ireland, aged 57 years.
The San Francisco Call 21 July 1908
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Margaret (O'Connell) Ahern
Mrs. Jerry Ahearn of Marysville township died at the Rideout Memorial hospital in this city yesterday morning. She had been ill there for two days with pneumonia. She leaves a husband, four daughters [Mary, Abby, Nellie (Mrs. Tom) Mathews, and Agnes] and a son, John. One of the daughters is an employee in the local telephone office and another, Mrs. Tom Mathews, resides in Marysville township. The funeral will take place this morning from the undertaking parlors of Kelly Brothers and services will be held in the Catholic Church, where requiem mass will be said. Interment will be in the Catholic cemetery. Mrs. Ahearn had been a resident of Yuba County for 27 years, and was born in County Limerick, Ireland 47 years ago. She was a loving wife, kind and affectionate friend and a fond and diligent mother. Her husband is one of the best known men in Yuba county and their happy union was commented on by all who knew them.
Appeal Democrat 16 August 1908
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John Ahern
AHERN—On August 24th, at the residence of his Father, 30 Harbour Row, Queenstown [Cobh], John Ahern, engineer, eldest son of Michael Ahern. Deeply regretted. Funeral from St. Colman's Cathedral, Queenstown, at 3 pm. On Thursday, for the Old Church. R.I.P. American and English papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 26 August 1908
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William Ahern
William Ahern died in Shullsburg Wi. at his home on August 26th 1908.
Galena Weekly Gazette 3 September 1908
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William Ahern
William Ahern, one of Shullsburg's oldest and most honored citizens, notice of whose demise was published in our last issue, was born in Glin County, Limerick, Ireland, Nov. 25th, 1825, and came to America in 1849, locating in Canada, where he took up civil engineering. He afterward moved to Indianapolis, Ind., where he was united in marriage to Bridget Calahan, in 1854. In 1856 they moved to Shullsburg, Mrs. Ahern passing to the Great Beyond some years ago. Twelve children were born of this union. Deceased was a well educated man, his early education having been received in Dublin, and he was for many years an instructor in the schools of this county. He also held many offices of public trust, and was postmaster in this city for a number of years, giving excellent satisfaction. He was honest and honorable in all his dealings, a faithful member of the Catholic church, and a citizen to whom we can look back to with pride as one of the best types of manhood, one who took an active interest in the development of our city in the early days and who contributed more than his share toward the development of the city and surrounding country, a man whom we all loved. A good man has gone to rest, and to the sorrowing sons and daughters the sympathy of all is extended.
The Shullsburg Pick & Gad 3 September 1908
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Daniel W. Ahern
Daniel W. Ahern, aged 70 years, died early yesterday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. O'Malley of No. 24 Canton street. Mr. Ahern was born in Middletown, County Cork, Ireland, and when a young boy came to this country. He was one of the old and respected citizens of Hartford, moving here before the Civil War. During the war he was employed at the factory of the Colt Patent Fire Arms Company and because of the nature of his work was not drafted into the service. Up to the time of his retirement from business about four years ago he had been in the employ of George S. Lincoln & Company, in the capacity of machinist blacksmith, for about thirty-five years. He was a member of Green Cross Lodge of the Knights of Columbus and the Ancient Order of Hibernians.

He is survived by three sons, William T. Ahern, John J. Ahern and Patrolman D. B. Ahern; two daughters, Mrs. J. M. O'Malley and Mrs. William F. Maloney; four grandchildren, Miss Mary Ahern, Miss Marcella Ahern, Miss Minnie Buckley and Daniel Ahern, all of this city, and one sister, Mrs. Andrew Ahern of Portland.

The funeral will be held Wednesday morning from the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. M. O'Malley, at No. 24 Canton street and following this mass will be said at St. Michael's Church. The burial will be in Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery.

The Hartford Courant 12 October 1908
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Roger J. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, October 26, 1908, Roger J., beloved son of Roger and Annie Ahern, and loving brother of Catherine, Elizabeth, Anna, Lillian, Teresa, Cecilia, Alice and William Ahern and Mrs. D. F. Grace of Sparks, Nev., a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 24 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Thursday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from his late residence, 2854 Harrison street near Twenty-fourth, thence to St. Peter's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 28 October 1908
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Annie Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, Dec. 11, by accident, Annie Ahearn, 46 yrs. Funeral from the residence of her brother, James, 19 Blanche st., Dorchester, Monday, at 8:30 o'clock. Requiem mass at St. Ann's church, Neponset, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 13 December 1908
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Mary, 1 hour; 249 92d-st., Dec. 15.
Chicago Tribune 19 December 1908
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Cornelius Ahern
AHERN—In Roslindale, Dec. 23, Cornelius Ahern, 82 yrs. Funeral from the residence of his son, Daniel J. Ahern, 120 Dudley av., Saturday, Dec. 28 at 8:15 a.m. Requiem high mass at the Sacred Heart church at 9 o'clock. Please omit flowers.
The Boston Globe 25 December 1908
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Winifred Ahern
Mrs. Winifred Ahern, wife of Patrick Ahern, died at the residence, 1704 Spear street, at 5 o'clock Saturday evening, aged 49 years. She is survived by her husband Patrick Ahern, and children Charles, Winifred, Mary, James, Helen and Walter. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at the St. Joseph church. The family requests no floral offerings.
Logansport Pharos 28 December 1908
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Henry Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN.—In loving memory of Henry J. Ahearn, who died January 11, 1904.
   Immaculate heart of Mary,
   Your prayers for him extol;
   O, sacred heart of Jesus,
   Have mercy on his soul.
—Inserted by his wife, E. Ahearn.
South Australian Advertiser 11 January 1909
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Owen O'Heran
O'HERAN—In this city, January 24, 1909, Owen, beloved father of Arthur O'Heran, brother of Patrick and William O'Heran, Mrs. F. Perry, Mrs. James Hoy and Mrs. J. McAleer, and brother-in-law of Thomas Finnegan and Mrs. P. McCloskey, a native of County Fermanagh, Ireland, aged 29 years. Remains at the parlors of McAvoy & O'Hara, 2349 Market street between Fifteenth and Sixteenth.
The San Francisco Call 25 January 1909
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A FAITHFUL EMPLOYE.
John A'Hearn, Who Died Yesterday,
Labored Long for the Town and City of Chelsea.
John A'hearn, one of the old-time residents of Chelsea, a man who had worked in the street department of Chelsea when it was a town and as a city, died yesterday at the home of his son, Cornelius E. A'hearn, Beach st., Revere. Mr. A'hearn was over 80 years old, and feeble health for several weeks was the cause of his death. Mr. A'hearn was a native of Ireland, but while in his teens he came to this country, and he went to work in this city as a laborer for a contractor of those times. He was in Boston but a short while when he went west, but soon again returned east, and came to Chelsea, and since then that city had been his home until driven out by the fire last April.

When he reached Chelsea it was a town, and over 60 years ago he secured work as a laborer on the streets. He continued as a member of the street department until Chelsea was made a city, and then he was reengaged in the street department and continued under all administrations and all heads of the street department till he retired from active work some seven years ago. He was regarded as one of the most faithful employes of the city of Chelsea. His labor was always faithfully performed, and every superintendent of streets in the city always referred to him in praiseworthy terms.

He made his home with his son on Broadway, Chelsea, near St. Rose Catholic church, the place being destroyed by the big fire, and since he had been with his son in Revere. He was an original member or St. Rose Catholic church of Chelsea, and always took an active interest in all matters that pertained to the welfare of the church. He is survived by several sons and daughters.

The Boston Globe 14 February 1909
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EAST CHATTON.
Obituary.—An old identity in the person of Patrick Ahern passed away last week. Mr. Ahern had been resident here for many years, and was much respected. He was ranger for the county roads and also collector of the dog tax, and did his duty in an inoffensive manner.
Otago Witness 3 March 1909
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Dennis Ahearn
Ahearn, Dennis, March 9,1909 beloved husband of Margaret Mueller*, Father of Dennis, James B, Mrs. Mayme Belz, at residence, 279 Erie. Funeral Friday March 12 at St. Columbkilles Church. High mass will be celebrated there thence by cars to Mt. Carmel via Metropolitan. Elevated car leaves Grand Avenue station at 10:15. Native of County Limerick, Ireland. Member of Columbia Court No. 2 COF
[*Note typo of wife's name. Her name was actually Mary McCauley. Mt. Carmel cemetery is in Hillside Illinois]
Daily News 10 March 1909
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Mary (Hogan) Ahern
Ahern.—Mary Ahern, wife of the late Patrick Ahern. Relatives and friends, also B. V. M. Sodality and League of Sacred Heart of St. Agatha's are invited to attend funeral from late residence, 3728 Brandywine, Monday at 8:30 a.m. Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Agatha's at 9 a.m. Internment at St Denis' Cemetery.
Philadelphia Public Ledger 13 March 1909
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Newsy Letter From Piedmont
DEATH OF MICHAEL AHERN
Bureau of the Evening Times
Piedmont, W. Va., March 13.   
Mr. Michael Ahern died at his home here on Friday morning at about half past eleven o'clock. Mr. Ahern, who was 74 years of age, and a widower, made his home with his daughter, Mrs. Nathan Wilburn. Mr. Ahern was paralyzed about fifteen months ago, and had been in a helpless condition since that time, gradually growing weaker until the end. He was very well known here, being one of the oldest citizens of the town.
Cumberland Evening Times 13 March 1909
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Daniel, 3 days; 2952 Wallace-st., April 13.
Chicago Tribune 15 April 1909
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Aileen Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, at her late residence, 2905½ Harrison street, Aileen, dearly beloved daughter of Morris and Josephine Ahearn, and beloved sister of Morris, Percy, and Harold Ahearn, Mrs. Ray Frey, Mrs. Thomas Prowse and Mrs. George Humes, [sic] a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 20 years. Notice of funeral hereafter.
The San Francisco Call 24 April 1909
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Aileen Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, April 23, 1909, Aileen, idolized daughter of Maurice J. and Josephine Ahearn, loving sister of Mrs. G. A. Hume, Mrs. T. H. Prowse, Mrs. H. B. Fry and Maurice, Percy and Harold Ahearn, and granddaughter of Louis Laumeister of Stockton, a native of San Francisco, Cal., aged 20 years 6 months and 1 day. (Stockton papers please copy.) Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Monday), at 7:45 a. m., from her late residence, 2965½ Harrison street near Twenty-fifth, thence to St. Peter's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 8:15 a. m. Interment Stockton. Cal., by 10:20 a. m. S. P. boat.
The San Francisco Call 26 April 1909
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Bridget (Ahern) Donohue
DONOHUE—Bridget Donohue, nee Ahern, beloved wife of the late Patrick J. Donohue, mother of Thomas J. and James P. Donohue, sister of Mrs. Johanna Connors; native of Listowel, County Kerry, Ireland. Funeral Thursday, April 29, 9 a.m., from 1003 W. 54th-st., to Visitation church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. Members of Visitation court No. 55, W.C.O.F., and Electric hive No. 39, L.O.T.M.
Chicago Tribune 28 April 1909
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Kate (Ahern) O'Connor
O'CONNOR—Kate O'Connor, nee Ahern, beloved wife of James O'Connor, and mother of Mrs. Alice Hickey, Charles M. O'Connor, and Mrs. Frank J. Kennedy. Funeral service Monday, May 10, at 9:30 a.m., from residence of her daughter, 106 Sigel-st., to the Immaculate Conception church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 10 May 1909
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Ahern
A young man named Ahern, a native of Ireland, who had only been in the country about three weeks, died at the Kimsey boarding house last Saturday night. Mr. Ahern was only 22 years of age. He was a brother-in-law of Phil Lynch. [see also: Jack Ahern]
The Irish News 13 May 1909
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FUNERAL OF MARY AHERN.
Services at the Cathedral for a Woman Who
Had Served 55 Years in One House.
Funeral services were held in the Cathedral yesterday for Mary Ahern, who died in the house at 30 Union Park, where she had lived as a servant for 55 years, first working for George Rogers, an old-time Boston merchant, and when he sold the house to Dr. Elizabeth Abbott Carleton, for the remainder of her life in that family. Dr. Carleton and Miss Ellen Ahern of Brookline, Mary Ahern's only sister, were the chief mourners. Solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated, and the interment was in Holy Cross cemetery.
The Boston Globe 16 June 1909
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Death of Edna Ahearn
For the second time in less than sixty days death has invaded the home of J. R. Ahearn. As the result of complications resulting from measles little six year old Edna Ahearn died last Sunday, and was buried in the Leavenworth cemetery on Tuesday morning. A little more than a month ago a baby boy died, and less than two months ago Mrs. Goerger, sister of Mrs. Ahearn died.
The Leavenworth Echo 16 July 1909
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William H. Ahern
AHERN—William H. Ahern [aged 77, died July 15], husband of Mary, father of Daniel, Mrs. Ella Kelly, and Mrs. Mary Koonan. Funeral Sunday, July 18, at 9 a.m., from 123 W. 30th-st., to St. Ann's church, by carriages to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 17 July 1909
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—Mary Ahern [aged 51, died July 21], beloved sister of Ellen and aunt of Mrs. R. Darrow of Waukegan, Wednesday, July 21. Funeral from her late residence, 148 N. Mozart-st., to St. Mark's church, where high mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday, July 23, thence by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 22 July 1909
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Samuel Hearn
HEARN—At Ashaway, Sunday, July 25, Samuel Hearn in the 65th year of his age. Funeral at late residence at 2 p.m. Wednesday, July 28th.
Westerly Daily Sun 26? July 1909
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BURIAL OF SAMUEL HEARN
The funeral service of the late Samuel Hearn was attended at his late home on West Street Wednesday afternoon. Rev. William L. Burdick of the Seventh-day Baptist Church spoke from the words "I will not leave you comfortless" found in the gospel according to St. John, chapter 14, verse 18. The Misses Lillian and Sara Budlong and Harry C. Burdick sang two appropriate selections, and after prayer the body was taken by the three sons and a son-in-law of Mr. Hearn to the hearse. The casket was covered by the United States ensign, under which the man had served a number of years, and a handsome display of flowers testified to the regard of relatives, comrades and friends.

The burial was in the First Hopkinton cemetery, where his oldest son Isaac had been laid years ago. At the grave the comrades of John A. Logan post, G.A.R., conducted the burial service of a soldier. The attendance at both house and grave was large, showing the affection felt toward a quiet homekeeping man who had pursued the even tenor of his way among us, one who while suffering severely made but little complaint but bore his afflictions bravely and met death calmly.

Westerly Daily Sun 29 July 1909
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John P. Ahern
AHERN — On Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1909, at 7:30 o'clock p.m., JOHN P. AHERN, aged 35 years, a native of New Orleans. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place Thursday Evening, at 4 o'clock, from his late residence, 1221 Saratoga, near Erato.
The Daily Picayune 26 August 1909
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Eliza Ahern
AHERN The friends of Mr. Edmond Ahern, of Trunk Lead, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late dearly beloved WIFE, Eliza, to the place of interment, the Smythesdale General Cemetery. The funeral is appointed to move from the Roman Catholic Chapel, Haddon, immediately after Mass at 11.45 on Wednesday morning.
               MATTHEW J. VEAL, Undertaker, Smythesdale
The Courier 31 August 1909
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Mary Agnes Ahern
AHERN—In Jamaica Plain, Sept. 10, Mary Agnes, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ahern, 101 Day st., 24 yrs. Funeral from the residence of her parents, 101 Day st., Jamaica Plain, Monday, Sept. 13, at 9 a.m. Solemn high mass at church of the Blessed Sacrament at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited.
The Boston Globe 12 September 1909
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In Memoriam
AHERN—In loving remembrance of Edward P. Ahern, who departed his life September 23, 1907. Requiem high mass at St. Mary's Church, Bensonhurst, 8AM, Sept. 23, 1909. Wife and daughters.
Brooklyn Eagle 22 September 1909
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Walter J. Gibbons
GIBBONS—Walter J. Gibbons, aged 50 years, beloved husband of Minnie M. Gibbons, nee Ahern, father of Harry D., Walter J., and Daniel C. Gibbons; brother of Catherine, Harry, and Mrs. Mary A. Sullivan. Funeral Monday at 10 from his late residence, 2218 Osgood-st., to St. Vincent's church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Calvary. Member of Royal League, Dry Goods Council of National Union, and Marquette Council, K. of C. [see also: Kate Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 24 October 1909
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Mrs. Thomas O'Hern
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas O'Hern of Summit occurred in Sag today. The decedent formerly lived here. Her husband died only a few months ago.
— Unidentified newspaper, 7 October 1909
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Mary Catherine Ahern
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Ahern extend to their many kind friends their most sincere appreciation for the acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy extended to them during the sad bereavement suffered by them through the death of their beloved daughter, Mary Catherine Ahern.
The Washington Post 24 October 1909
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William Kern
KERN—William Kern, suddenly, Oct. 23, 1909, beloved husband of the late Catherine Kern and father of William Jr., Charles Andrew, and Edward Kern and Mrs. T. M. Flemming, Mrs. T. J. Mueller, Mrs. Frank Oberndorf, and the late Christina De Rocher, brother of Mrs. J. Weimer, Mrs. H. Weber, and Mrs. J. Eason, brother-in-law of Peter M. Diefenbach, Mrs. M. Ahern, and Mrs. M. Traxi. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1909 at 9 a.m., from his late residence, 182 (old) and 482 (new) Milwaukee-av., to St. Boniface church where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to St, Boniface cemetery. Member of St. Boniface Court No. 43, C.O.F.
Chicago Tribune 25 October 1909
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Michael T. Ahern
AHERN—Michael T. Ahern, Nov. 9, son of Michael and Margaret Ahern, brother of John, William, Mrs. James W. Sheridan, Mrs. James F. [Annie] Wade, at residence of his sister, Mrs. James F. Wade, 1931 S. Sawyer-av. Funeral Thursday, Nov. 11, at 9:30 a.m., to Blessed Sacrament church, where high mass will be celebrated; carriages to Calvary. St. Paul papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 10 November 1909
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John Ahern
AHERN.—November 9, 1909, JOHN AHERN. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, on Friday morning, at 8.30 o'clock, from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Hannah Gorman, 446 North Fiftieth street. High mass at Our Mother of Sorrows Church, at 10 o'clock. Intermenty at Cathedral Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 11 November 1909
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James Ahern
AHERN—James Ahern, Nov. 26, at 720 W. 47th-pl., James, beloved husband of Bridget, nee Reidy, and father of Patrick, John, Katherine, James, Joseph, Henry, William, and Lillian Ahern, and brother of Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. P. Costello, Michael, Patrick, and the late John Ahern. Funeral Monday at 9 a.m. to St. Gabriel's church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence to 49th and Halsted-st. depot and by train to Mount Olivet. Member of Oakwood council, Royal Arcanum.
Chicago Tribune 28 November 1909
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James Ahern
AHERN—James Ahern, beloved son of John and Clara, nee Bellew, brother of Tom, Mayme, William, Edward, John, Clara, Sylvester, Martin and Hubert. Dec. 7, 1900, at parents' residence, 220 W. 90th-pl. Funeral notice later.
Chicago Tribune 8 December 1909
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McMahon Leo Ahern
AHERN—McMahon Leo Ahern, beloved son of J. K. and Mary McMahon, nee Brassell, and brother of John, Jennie, Eddie, and Bessie Ahern, and Mrs. Hasler and Mrs. Carlson at his residence, 4645 Harvard-st. Funeral notice later.
Chicago Tribune 2 January 1910
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Margaret (Ahearn) Roderman
Entered into rest on Monday, Jan. 10, 1910, at 1:40 p.m., Margaret Roderman (nee Ahearn), beloved wife of Oscar Roderman, daughter of Ellen Ahearn, and sister of Michael Ahearn, Mrs. J. J. Campbell and Mr. W. R. Houk. Funeral from residence, 1915 Oregon Ave., on Wednesday, Jan. 12, at 1 p.m., thence to Calvary Cemetery.
St. Louis Post Dispatch 22 January 1910
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Daniel Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, January 25. 1910, at the relief home of aged and infirm, Daniel Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 81 years.
The San Francisco Call 26 January 1910
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Timothy Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, February 3, 1910, Timothy, dearly beloved husband of Joanna Ahern, and loving father of William J., Francis D., Mary C., Gertrude and the late Edward C. Ahern, beloved son of Ellen and the late William Ahern, and devoted brother of John and William Ahern, Mrs. J. O'Neill, Mrs. J. Crowley and Mrs. J. Lynch, a native of County Limerick, Ireland. A member of Noe Valley lodge No. 185, A. O. U. W.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Saturday), at 8:30 a. m., from his late residence, 1503 Dolores street corner of Twenty-eighth, thence to St. Paul's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 5 February 1910
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Elizabeth Ahearn
AHEARN.—Elizabeth, 313 West 117th St., Feb. 10. Funeral to-day, 2 p.m.
New York Times 20 February 1910
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Margaret O'Hearn
   O'HEARN—In Belmont, San Mateo county, Cal., February 28, 1910, Margaret O'Hearn, wife of John O'Hearn, mother of Mrs. C. Herman, John O'Hearn and Timothy O'Hearn, and grandmother of Walter O'Hearn, & native of Ireland, aged 70 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wednesday), March 2, 1910, at 9:15 o'clock, from her late residence, Belmont, thence to the Catholic church, Redwood City, where mass will be celebrated, commencing at 10 o'clock. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, Menlo Park.
The San Francisco Call 2 March 1910
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Mary (Powers) Fitzgerald
FITZGERALD—Mary Fitzgerald, nee Powers, beloved wife of James Fitzgerald, sister of Mrs. Thomas Ahern, John, William, and Libbie Powers. Funeral from late residence, 9123 Superior-av., Saturday, March 12, 1910, to St. Patrick's church where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m., thence by carriages to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 10 March 1910
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Vincent Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, March 14, 1910. Vincent, dearly beloved son of John and Teresa Ahern, and loving brother of Francis, Charles, John, Isabelle and Marie Ahern, a native of San Francisco, aged 1 year 3 months and 13 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, tomorrow (Wednesday), March 16, 1910, at 10 o'clock a.m. from the residence of his parents, 1249 Potrero avenue near Twenty-fourth street. Interment Italian cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 15 March 1910
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Cornelius Ahern
Cornelius Ahern died at his home, three miles northeast of Carroll, on Sunday, April 16, 1910, of tuberculosis. The funeral was from the Catholic Church at Wayne, Wednesday morning and the remains were laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery, Wayne, NE. Cornelius, son of John and Ellen (Reagan) Ahern, was born October 14, 1886, at Jackson, NE. Deceased was twenty-three years of age and an old resident of these parts, his parents having moved here years ago and the young man has grown up from childhood in the neighborhood. The father died some time ago and this second affliction is extremely hard on the aged mother. His mother, five brothers, Maurice, Robert, William, John and James; and two sisters, Kathryn and Mary survive him. His father, John Ahern, and grandparents, Maurice and Ellen (Barrett) Ahern and Cornelius and Mary (Flanagan) Reagan precede him in death.
Carroll News April 1910
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Elizabeth (Tachan) Kirk
KIRK—Elizabeth Kirk, beloved wife of Henry Kirk, mother of Hazel and Lila, sister of Mrs. E. G. Taylor, Mrs. W. Ahern, and George Tachan, at her residence, 8516 Wentworth-av. Funeral Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. to St. Bernard church. Carriages to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 10 April 1910
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Daniel Ahearn
AHEARN.—On the morning of the 22nd April, at the Reepham Hotel, Islington, Daniel Ahearn, aged 63 years.
South Australian Advertiser 22 April 1910
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FUNERAL NOTICES.
AHEARN—THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. DANIEL AHEARN are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, Reepham Hotel, Islington, on SATURDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace.
J. B. SILBERT & SONS, Undertakers,       
Adelaide and Glanville. Phones, 682 and 289.
South Australian Advertiser 23 April 1910
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Daniel Ahearn
AHEARN.—On the 22nd April, at the Reepham Hotel, Islington, Daniel Ahearn, aged 63 years.
South Australian Advertiser 23 April 1910
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Thomas J. Donohue
DONOHUE—Thomas J. Donohue, beloved son of the late Patrick and Bridget Donohue, nee Ahern, brother of James P Funeral Sunday, May 1, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 903 W. 54th-st., to Visitation church, thence by carriages to 49th and Halsted-st. depot, by cars to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 30 April 1910
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Mary A. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Charlestown, May 2, Mary A., beloved daughter of the late John and Mary Ahearn. Funeral from her late residence, 2 Hamblin st., Wednesday, May 4, at 8:15 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Francis de Sales' church at 9 o'clock. Relatives, friends and members of St. Gertrude's court 141, M. C. O. F., respectfully invited to attend. Burial at Holy Cross cemetery, Malden.
The Boston Globe 3 May 1910
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DAUGHTER FINDS MOTHER'S BODY
MRS. MARY AHERN DIES DURING THE NIGHT.
Well-Known Champaign Woman Expires at Unknown Hour
After Having Retired in Apparent Good Health.
Mrs. Mary Ahern, 106 West Park street, Champaign, was found dead in bed at 6:30 o'clock this morning by her daughter, Miss Alice, who had gone to awaken her. Heart disease is held responsible for Mrs. Ahern's sudden death and a verdfict to that effect was returned by a coroner's jury after an inquest held in the office of Acting Coroner Smith.
Retires In Apparent Good Health
Mrs. Ahern retired early Tuesday night, but was apparently in the best of health. She had been actively engaged with her household duties during the day and as far as is known had not complained. When the daughter received no response after rapping at her door this morning she entered the room and was almost prostrated by finding her mother dead. The body was cold, indicating that Mrs. Ahern had been dead for several hours.
Was Old Resident
Deceased was the wife of John Ahern, a Chicago saloonkeeper, who for many years was engaged in the saloon business in Champaign. Her husband had returned to Chicago on Tuesday morning, after having spent several days with his family. He was notified by telephone and will arrive this evening. Mrs. Ahern was born in Champaign county fifty-one years ago, her maiden name being Mary McDermott. She had resided in and near the Twin Cities all her life. Besides her husband she leaves four daughters, Alice, Margaret and Roma at home, and Mrs. Mary Bowman of Chicago. The decedent had been a lifelong member of St. Mary's Catholic church and Father Wagner will have charge of the funeral services, probably Friday.
Urbana Daily Courier 5 May 1910
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Funeral services for the late Mrs. Mary Ahern were held at 9:30 o'clock this morning from St. Josn's [sic] Catholic curch in Champaign, Rev. Father Jakob officiating. The remains were laid to rest in St. Mary's cemetery.
The Urbana Courier Herald 7 May 1910
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Maurice Ahearn
Maurice Ahearn, formerly of Brooklyn, died on Wednesday in the J. Hood Wright Hospital, Manhattan. He lived at 308 East 118th Street, Manhattan, and is survived by a brother, Thomas F., a policeman. He was born in Brooklyn forty-four years ago. The remains were buried today in Calvary Cemetery under direction of T. J. Higgins, of 214 Jay Street.
Brooklyn Standard Union 13 May 1910
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—In Dorchester, June 7, James, husband of the late Margaret Ahearn, 55 yrs, formerly of South Boston. Funeral from residence of his daughter, Mrs. Florence Morse, 21 Ravem st. off Crescent av., Thursday morning at 8:15. Requiem mass at St. Margaret's church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend. Late member Cigarmakers' union 97, Boston.
The Boston Globe 8 June 1910
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Timothy Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 4, 1910, at the Relief Home for Aged and Infirm, Timothy Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 72 years.
The San Francisco Call 6 July 1910
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John N. Ahern
AHERN — John N. Ahern, the father of the girl who was fatally hurt a short time ago by the falling of the limb of a tree on the South common, died last night at St. John's hospital. His body was removed to his late home, 552 Lawrence street by J. J. O'Connell & Co., undertakers. Deceased leaves a wife and several children.
The Lowell Sun 18 July 1910
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James Ahern
AHERN.—On the 26th July, at his residence, Sugarloaf Creek, Kilmore, James Ahern, dearly beloved husband of Mary Ahern (old colonist), aged 72 years.
The Argus 27 July 1910
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Ellen Ahern
AHERN — On July 24th, at 54 Green street, Ellen Ahern, beloved wife of Timothy Ahern. Funeral took place on Tuesday for Douglas. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 28 July 1910
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Grace Ahern
   AHERN—In Oakland, August 5, 1910, Grace, beloved daughter of Daniel and Annie Ahern and loving sister of George, Annie, Bessie, Charles and Raymond Ahern, a native of Oakland, Cal., aged 21 years and 16 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Monday, August 8, 1910, at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, 1168 Nineteenth street near Adeline, Oakland, thence to St. Patrick's church, Tenth and Peralta streets, where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment St. Mary's cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 6 August 1910
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN—Patrick Ahern, Aug.30, at Minneapolis, Minn., beloved son of Thomas Ahern, and brother of Mrs. W. S. Nason and Mary Ahern, nee Landry; James, Thomas, Edward, and the late John Ahern. Funeral Monday, Sept. 5, at 9:30 a.m. from the John E. Maloney funeral chapel, 3019 Belmont-av., to St. Veronica's church, where high mass will be celebrated. Special train will leave Logan Square Met. L station to Mount Carmel, at 11:15 a.m. Minneapolis, Chatfield, Minn., and Boston, Mass. papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 4 September 1910
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Patrick O'Hearn
Massachusetts' Oldest Man Dead
Worcester, Mass., Sep. 8.—Patrick O'Hearn, aged 105 years 5 months 22 days, probably the oldest man in Massachusetts, died here to-day from bronchitis. Up to a year ago Mr. O'Hearn had been an inveterate smoker and he boasted that he drank intoxicating liquors "when he felt like it." He is survived by two sons.
New York Times 9 September 1910
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Bridget Ahern
AHERN.—On the 11th September, at the Middlepark Hotel, Middle-park, Bridget Ahern, the dearly beloved sister of the late Mrs. G. F. Monks, aged 78 years. Requiescat in Pace. (By request, no flowers.)
The Argus 12 September 1910
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—On Sept. 20th, at Kilpatrick, Minane Bridge, Michael Ahern. Deeply regretted by his wife and relatives. R.I.P. The Lowell (Mass.) "Sun" paper, U.S.A., please copy.
The Cork Examiner 26 September 1910
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Thomas Aherne
AHERNE—On September 30th, at his residence, Ballygarvan, Thomas Aherne. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. Funeral for Ballinaboy on to-morrow (Sunday), at 2 o'clock.
The Cork Examiner 1 October 1910
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Miss Catherine Frances O'Hearn
O'HEARN — The funeral of Miss Catherine Frances O'Hearn will take place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from her late home, 305 High street and a solemn high mass of requiem will be celebrated at 10 o'clock in the Immaculate Conception church. Funeral Director Thos. J. McDermott in charge.
The Lowell Sun 11 October 1910
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John Patrick Ahern
AHERN—John Patrick Ahern, beloved son of James and Nellie, nee Murphy, and brother of James, Mary, Jeremiah, Bartholomew, and Michael, at his parents' residence, 1142 So. Albany-av. Funeral Monday at 9:30 a.m. to St. Agatha's church, thence by carriages to Mount Carmel. St Louis papers please copy. Please omit flowers.
Chicago Tribune 4 December 1910
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Mrs. Ellen (Fitzpatrick) Ahern
The funeral of Mrs. Ellen Ahern, widow of Dennis Ahern, was held Sunday afternoon at her late residence, 47 North Union street. The body was taken to St. Agnes' church, where service was conducted by Rev. George H. Quigley. The bearers were Thomas H. Nolan, Edward Fitzpatrick, William Quinn, Patrick Ahern, Arthur Coughlin and Michael Coughlin. Interment was in St. Paul's cemetery. Monday morning in St. Agnes' church a high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Fr. Quigley.
The Arlington Advocate 17 December 1910
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Hannah (Ahearn) Welch
WELCH—In North Cambridge, Jan, 6, Hannah (nee Ahearn), widow of the late Robert Welch, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Monahan, 59 Rice st. Notice of funeral later.
The Boston Globe 7 January 1911
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN—On Jan. 7th, at his residence, Piercetown, Patrick, third son of the late Patrick Ahern; deeply regretted by his surviving mother, brothers and sister. R.I.P. Funeral from Ballymartle R.C. Church, at two o'clock on this day (Monday) for Ballymartle.
The Cork Examiner, 9 January 1911
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN—At his residence, Macroom, Daniel Ahern, R.D.C. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Saturday) from R. C. Church for South Kilmurray at 1.30 p.m.
The Cork Examiner, 28 January 1911
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John Ahern
The death of Mr. John Ahern took place at Monkland, Gympie, on January 10. The deceased, who was 72 years of age, was born in County Tipperary, Ireland, on May 14, 1838. In 1858 he came to Australia, landing at Melbourne, and travelling thence to Bendigo and New Zealand. In 1868 he arrived at Gympie, where he spent the remainder of his life. He had followed mining and speculation, but latterly had taken to the land. He is survived by a widow, two sons, and three daughters.
The Brisbane Courier 28 January 1911
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Teresa G. "Tess" Ahern
AHERN—On Feb. 3rd at Midleton, Teresa G. (Tess), second daughter of the late Euguene Ahern, merchant, Midleton. R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Sunday) at 3:30 P.M., for Old Churchyard. Deeply and deservedly regretted.
The Cork Examiner 4 February 1911
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Angela Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, Feb. 5, Angela, widow of Daniel Ahern. Funeral from her late residence, 279 Webster st., Wednesday, at 8:15 a.m. Solemn high mass of requiem at the church of the Assumption at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 6 February 1911
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, Feb. 15, Margaret, beloved wife of Michael Ahern. Funeral from her late residence, 164 Everett st., Saturday at 8:15 a.m. High mass of requiem at the church of the Assumption at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 16 February 1911
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Nellie (Russell) Ahern
AHERN—Nellie Ahern, nee Russell, at 6811 St. Lawrence-av., Feb. 25, 1911, beloved wife of Officer Michael Ahern, fond mother of William J., John R., and Mary C. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 9:30 a.m., to Holy Cross church where solemn high mass will be celebrated. Member of All Saints court No. 12, W.C.O.F. Carriages to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 26 February 1911
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CAME WEST IN FIFTIES
MRS. G. C. GRIMES WAS ONE OF THE VERY EARLY SETTLERS
OLD RESIDENT PASSES AWAY
Family Was Among the First White People to Settle in Nebraska
    Mrs. Grimes, wife of G. C. Grimes, residing east of town at the gravel pits, succumbed on Sunday night to an illness of several weeks, shortly after two o'clock. She was taken sick early in December with bronchitis and grip, and her constitution was unable to withstand the long attack of illness, and she passed away at peace with the world to her reward.
   Mrs. Grimes was truly an old settler, having come here with her husband in 1869, since which time she resided in Plymouth county. Her maiden name was Katherine Theresa Ahern, and she was born in Hartford, Conn., on August 26, 1844. When she was a girl of twelve, in 1856, her family moved to Jackson, Neb. The country surrounding was a wilderness in those days and the Ahern family were among the first white settlers in that region.
   She was united in marriage on July 16, 1866, to G. C. Grimes at Dakota City, Neb., and they came to Plymouth county three years later. Three children blessed their union, Charles, Blanche and James. The last two died when very young. Besides her husband and son Mrs. Grimes leaves two brothers, James Ahern, of Choate, Ill., and John Ahern, of St. Louis, Mo. The funeral services will be held this morning at ten o'clock at St. Joseph's church in this city. Rev. F. X. Feurstein officiating. The pallbearers, old friends and neighbors of the family, will be Paul Nuebel, J. J. Heissell, Frank Puetz, P. Farrell, P. Hickey, Michael Foley.
   Mrs. Grimes was well known in the community, having made her home here for so many years. She was one of the pioneer women who assisted their husbands in developing the resources of the country, and bore privations and hardships unknown to many women of the younger generation. The isolation of those early days limited the circle of friendships, but the ties and associations were all the stronger and more lasting. The old order gives place to the new, but the highest meed [sic] of veneration is due the pioneer. [see also: Frances E. (McDonald) Ahern]
LeMars Weekly Sentinel 28 February 1911
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Funeral of John H. O'Hearn
NEWBURYPORT, March 6—The funeral of John H. O'Hearn was held at his home, 16 Salem st., today and high mass was celebrated at the church of the Immacualte Conception by Rev. William H. Ryan. The pallbearers were John Toomey, Cornelius Toomey, James Burns, David Collins, Patrick Sullivan and Jeremiah Sullivan.
The Boston Globe 7 March 1911
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Robert O'Hern
O'HERN—In Scituate, March 9, Robert O'Hern, 67 yrs. Funeral from late residence Monday, March 13, at 9:15 a.m. High mass of requiem at church of the Nativity at 10:15. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 11 March 1911
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Hannah O'Hearn
O'HEARN—In Watertown, March 18, Hannah, wife of the late William O'Hearn, formerly of Mt. Auburn, Funeral from her late residence, 31 Cross st., Monday, March 20, at 8.30. High mass of requiem at St. Patrick's church at 9 a.m. Burial in St. Patrick's cemetery. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 20 March 1911
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Patrick Ahern
Ahern—In this city, March 18, Patrick Ahern, aged seventy one years and two days.
The members of the Bricklayers' Union, No. 68, will meet at their rooms in the Times Building, Tuesday morning at 8:30, to attend the funeral of their brother, Patrick Ahern.
All members of the B. M. & P. I. U., No. 68, will meet at the Times Building, Tuesday morning, March 21, 1911, at 8:30, to attend the funeral of our late brother, Patrick Ahearn [sic]. Please wear badges. Hod Carriers' Union, No. 8, are respectfully invited to attend. By order of David Hamill, president, William Ahern, secretary.
Middletown Daily Times-Press 20 March 1911
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Mary C. Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, March 22, Mary C., widow of the late Michael Ahern. Funeral from the parlors of Richard C. Kirby, 15 and 187 Bennington st. at 8:30. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 24 March 1911
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Nellie E. (Fermoyle) Ahern
AHERN—In Arlington, March 23, Nellie E. (Fermoyle), beloved wife of Frank A. Ahern. Funeral from late residence, 38 Norcross st., Saturday, March 25, at 8 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Agnes' church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 24 March 1911
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Rev. Dennis W. O'Hern
Rev. Dennis W. O'Hern, a member of the faculty of St. Bernard's Seminary and a brother of Rev. J. Francis O'Hern, of the Cathedral, died at the rectory, No. 90 Frank street, yesterday, following an illness of one week, probably from intestinal trouble. Father O'Hern had done much missionary work among the non-Catholic American (unreadable) Washington, D. C., Texas and Arkansas. He had recently been looking after St. Louis Church in Fairport, in the absence of Rev. J. L. Codyre, the pastor. While more of a teacher than a parish priest. Father O'Hern was considered a good speaker and has been heard frequently in the Cathedral. He was born in Olean on May 12, 1855, and educated in St. Bonaventure's in Alleghany, Pa., where he obtained the degree of M. A. Before coming to Rochester he established a boys' college at Little Rock, Ark. [see also: Ellen (Casey) O'Hern, Patrick O'Hern, Edward P. O'Hern]
Democrat & Chronicle 25 March 1911
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Dorelle Woodley-Ahearne
WOODLEY-AHEARNE—On March 5th, at Rushmount, Kilworth, Dorelle Woodley-Ahearne, only daughter of the late Thomas Woodley-Ahearne, M.D., Funeral on this day (Tuesday), at 3.30.
The Cork Examiner 28 March 1911
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Mary Jane O'Brien
O'BRIEN—Mrs. Mary Jane O'Brien, April 3, 1911, beloved wife of John O'Brien and mother of Dorothy, John E., and Mrs. W. Ahern, sister of Mrs. M. J. Teehan. Member of court No. 307, W.C.O.F. Funeral from late residence, 26 W. Illinois-st., at 9:30 a.m., April 5, to Holy Name cathedral, thence by carriages to Calvary cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 4 April 1911
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James O'Hern
James O'Hern died at Massilon, Ohio, yesterday morning. He leaves a sister, Mrs. P. T. Sullivan, of this city; two brothers, J. E. O'Hern, of Massilon, general master mechanic for the Wheeling and Lake Erie road, and R. H. O'Hern, of Denver, Colorado. The remains will be brought to this city tomorrow on No. 3 at 1:15 o'clock and taken to the home of Mrs. Sullivan on West Rollins street. Funeral services conducted by Father Carney, will be held tomorrow at 3 p.m. from St. John's Catholic church. Interment will be made in St. Mary's cemetery.
Moberly Weekly Monitor 11 April 1911
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Roger O'Hern
While attempting to arise from his bed, Roger O'Hern, formerly a well-known saloonkeeper of the West End, toppled over and expired shortly before 7 o'clock Sunday night at his residence, 2742 West Main Street. Although he had been in ill health for some time, his death was unexpected, as he seemed to be much improved Sunday. Mr. O'Hern was born in Ireland sixty-eight years ago. He retired from business a few months ago and went to French Lick Springs, Ind., returning to Louisville only recently. He is survived by his wife, a daughter, two brothers and a sister. The funeral arrangements have not been completed.
Louisville Times 17 April 1911
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Roger O'Hern
O'HERN—Sunday, April 16, at 7 p.m., Roger, beloved husband of Ellen O'Hern (nee Hartnett), at his residence, 2742 West Main Street. Funeral Wednesday, April 19, at 8:30 from residence, and 9 a.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Church. Interment St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 18 April 1911
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Michael H. Ahern
AHERN—Michael H. Ahern, aged 80 years, suddenly, beloved father of John and William A., brother of Matthew, John, and the late James and Timothy Ahern. Funeral notice later.
Chicago Tribune 19 April 1911
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IN MEMORIAM.
AHEARN.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died at Islington, April 22, 1910. We who loved you miss you most. —Inserted by his loving, family.
AHEARN, Daniel.—In loving remembrance of dear father, who died on April 22nd, 1910.
         Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus,
         Immaculate Heart of Mary,
         Your prayers for him extol;
         Oh, Sacred Heart of Jesus,
         Have mercy on his soul.
—Inserted by his loving family.
The Adelaide Advertiser 22 April 1911
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VICTIM OF HEAT TAKES HIS LIFE
Ahearn Cuts Throat and Dies at Once.
One of three victims of the heat in Boston last evening committed suicide by cutting his throat with a razor. This case happened at 8:10 p.m. Patrick F. Ahearn, 29 years old, who lived with his parents at 224 Commercial st., North End. Ahern, who was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ahearn, was suffering from a partial prostration from the heat. His death was almost instantaneous. He had not been well for more than a week, but yesterday he appeared to be somewhat improved, physically and mentally. When his father, who is a laborer, returned from work last evening the young man came into the kitchen from the street and talked with him a moment, remarking that he had suffered greatly from the excessive heat.

Shortly after 8 o'clock the young man left his chair, went to a shelf and taking a razor from it, went into the bath room and closed the door. In another minute Mr. and Mrs. Ahearn were shocked to hear their son shrieking frightfully. The next instant the bathroom door leading into the kitchen was opened and the son stepped into the kitchen. The young man had the razor in his right hand and was bleeding from a large wound. The parents started to help him just as he fell dying.

Dr. G. M. Balboni was called and he found the young man dead. Fr. Killilea of St. Mary's church comforted the frief stricken parents and he and a policeman remained with them during the early evening, until the arrival of Medical Examiner Magrath.

The Boston Globe 30 May 1911
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN—In this city, June 10, Thomas, beloved husband of Mary Ahern. Funeral from his late residence, 102 Kneeland st., Wednesday at 8:15. High mass at St. James' church at 9 o'clock. Late member Boston Terra Novian association and Provident union, longshoremen. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 12 June 1911
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Catherine (Ahern) Henneberg
   HENNEBERG—In this city, June 10,1911, Catherine, beloved widow of Frank Henneberg, and loving mother of Francis J. Henneberg, and devoted sister of Nicholas, William and J. Michael Ahern and Mrs. W. Kirste and the late John Ahern, and niece of Mrs. J. Carroll. A native of County Kerry, Ireland, aged 48 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today, Tuesday, at 8:30 am, from the residence of her sister, Mrs. W. Kirste, northeast corner of Vermont and Twenty-fourth streets. Mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 13 June 1911
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Andrew Ahern
On June 18th, at his residence, Newcastle, Grenagh, of pneumonia, to the inexpressible grief of his wife and a large circle of friends, Andrew Ahern, eldest son of Andrew Ahern, aged 47 years. R.I.P. Funeral at 2 o'clock on to-morrow (Tuesday) for Garrycloyne.
The Cork Examiner 19 June 1911
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Michael Ahern
At his residence, 30 Harbour Row, Queenstown [Cobh], Michael Ahern, at an advanced age. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Wednesday) from the Cathedral [St. Colman's] at 3.30 p.m. for Old Church Graveyard. American papers please copy. [see also: John Ahern]
The Cork Examiner 21 June 1911
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Michael P. Ahern
   On Sunday last at his home in DeKalb occurred the death of Michael Ahern, son of Daniel Ahern of this city. The deceased had retired for the night at about ten o'clock and on account of the heat had decided to sleep on the porch of his home and during the night fell, striking on his head which was badly fractured. He was found some time after the accident unconscious and was taken to the hospital where he died a few hours later from his injuries.
   Mr. Ahern was well known in this city where he resided at one time. He was universally liked by all his acquaintances and was of a pleasing disposition and will be missed by his many friends.
   He is survived by his son, Daniel Ahern, his father Daniel Ahern of this city, and his brother John Ahern of DeKalb, and his sisters: Mrs. N. J. Ronin of Freemont, Neb., Mrs. David Morphy, Mrs. Byron Snow, Mrs. E. J. Behling and Miss Frances Ahern of this city.
   The funeral was held on Tuesday morning at St. Mary's church in this city, Rev. Father O'Hara officiating and the interment was in Mt. Carmel cemetery. [see also: Catherine (Sweeney) Ahern]
Sycamore True Republican 8 July 1911
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Catherine (Manuel) Ahearn
Catherine (Manuel) Ahearn, wife of Edward [sic] Ahearn of Border street, in this city, died today at the Carney hospital, Boston. She is survived by her husband, two children and several brothers and sisters.
The Evening News 20 July 1911
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MRS. JOHN J. AHEARN TO BE BURIED TOMORROW
   Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine (Manuel) Ahearn of 5 Border street will be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock at St. Charles' church. Mrs. Ahearn, who was the wife of John J. Ahearn, was ill for about two weeks and passed away yesterday morning at the Carney hospital in Boston.
   She was 28 years of age and was born on Prince Edward's island. Her surviving relatives are her her husband and two children, her parents, William Manuel and wife of Prince Edward's island, four sisters, Ann Manuel of Rockland, Mass., Josephine Manuel of Newton, Mrs. Alice Brennan of Lowell, and Mrs. H. D. Ward of Manchester, N. H., and three brothers, John and George Manuel of Woburn and William Manuel of Boston.
   The interment of Mrs. Ahearn will be at Calvary cemetery in Montvale.
The Evening News 21 July 1911
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MRS. JOHN J. AHEARN BURIED AT MONTVALE
   The services over the remains of the late Mrs. John J. Ahearn were held this morning at St. Charles' church with Fr. Francis Russell celebrant at 9 o'clock, just one hour previous to that of John H. Finn, and the funeral procession passed through Main street but a few minutes before the remains of the late city clerk were borne from the house to the church.
   The bearers were: John Sullivan, William Sullivan, Edward Ahearn, Henry McInnes, Charles McCarthy and Dennis Ahearn.
   Mrs. Ahearn was 28 years of age and was born on Prince Edward's island. Her surviving relatives are her her husband and two children, her parents, William Manuel and wife of Prince Edward's island, four sisters, Ann Manuel of Rockland, Mass., Josephine Manuel of Newton, Mrs. Alice Brennan of Lowell, and Mrs. H. D. Ward of Manchester, N. H., and three brothers, John and George Manuel of Woburn and William Manuel of Boston.
The Evening News 22 July 1911
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Patrick Joseph Ahern
AHERN.—Of your charity pray for the soul of Patrick Joseph Ahern, who died suddenly at Yankalilla, July 14. aged 49. R.I.P. [see also: Bridget Agnes Ahern]
South Australian Advertiser 24 July 1911
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Katharine (Ahearn) Maussang
   MAUSSANG—In this city, July 29, 1911, at her residence, 1248 Waller street, Katharine, beloved widow of Antoine Maussang, and loving mother of Pascal, P. and Pauline M. A. Maussang, and sister of Joana Ahearn and M. J. Ahearn of Cambridge, Mass., and Dr. C. A. Ahearn of Lynn, Mass., a native of Ireland.
The San Francisco Call 30 July 1911
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Bridget (Fitzgerald) Zuick
ZUICK—Mrs. Bridget Zuick, Aug. 4, beloved wife of Wm. Zuick, sister of Mrs. Mary Hyland, Mrs. Patrick Hyland, Mrs. Wm. Ahern, John and Patrick Fitzgerald. Member of L.C.B.A. branch 962 and W.C.O.F. Funeral Sunday, 9 a.m., from late residence, 1526 40th-av., Grant Works, to St. Attracta's church, thence by carriages to Mt. Carmel.
Chicago Tribune 5 August 1911
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Mary Bridget Dore
DORE—Mary Bridget Dore, on the 10th inst., at 1101 N. Marshfield-av., daughter of the late James and Bridget, nee Ahern, sister of John J., Edmund J., Robert J., and Nellie Dore, niece of Mrs. John R. Murphy; requiem mass at 9 a.m., at St. Charles Borromeo's church, by carriages to Mount Carmel cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 11 September 1911
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Patrick Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, September 24, 1911 at the city and county hospital, Patrick Ahearn, native of Maine, aged 47 years.
The San Francisco Call 28 September 1911
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Elizabeth O'Hern
The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth O'Hern, sixty years of age, widow of Morris O'Hern, will be conducted at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the family residence, 1838 Frankfort Avenue, and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis of Rome Church. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. Her death occurred at 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning. Two sons and two daughters survive her. [see also: Nellie O'Hearn]
Louisville Times 9 October 1911
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Mary (Kelley) O'Hern
DeWitt, October 14, 1911. Mrs. Michael O'Hern died at her home in DeWitt Friday morning at 2:15 o'clock, after a long illness of chronic liver trouble. Mary Kelley was born in Vernon, Indiana, June 26, 1845. She came to Iowa with her parents in 1853 and the family settled on a farm near Calamus. She was married to Michael O'Hern February 25, 1867, who with six children are left to mourn her death; Mrs. P. F. Connole of Grand Mound, John of Davenport, Will of DeWitt, Dr. M. J. of Rock Island, Al. F. of Davenport, F. J. O'Hern, S. J. of St. Louis university. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth McMahon of Manilla, Iowa, Miss Bridget Kelley of DeWitt, and two brothers, Michael Kelley of DeWitt and John of South Omaha, Nebraska. The funeral will be held Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, with requiem high mass at St. Joseph's Catholic church and interment in the Catholic cemetery. [see also: Michael Kelly]
DeWitt News? 14 October 1911
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Stephen S. Hearns
Stephen S. Hearns died at the home of his daughter Mrs. Thos. Ariss, 1016 North Granger Street, at 7:30 o'clock Monday morning of arterasclerosis, aged 71 years. Deceased was born in the province of Ont., Aug. 18, 1840. He was married to Miss Mary J. Creller in Sterling Ont., Nov. 19, 1860. After their marriage they lived in Ontario until 1873 when they came to Bay City, Mich. They lived in Bay City until 1883, when they came to Saginaw, living here since. Mr. Hearns is survived by his aged wife, who is in feeble health: two daughters and two sons. Mrs. F. E. Phillips. Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; Mrs. Thomas Ariss of Saginaw; David Hearns of Redwood City, Cal., and Lewis M. Hearns of Orville. (Oroville), Cal. The announcement of funeral will be made later.
Saginaw Daily News 16 October 1911
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Miss Norah A. Ahern
Miss Norah A. Ahern died at her home, No. 56 Franklin Avenue, yesterday morning. She leaves four brothers David, James, John and Michael Ahern, all of this city, and two sisters Mrs. P. Coughlin and Mrs. Thomas Roche, both of the city.

The funeral will be held at her home at 8:30 o'clock Wednesday morning. A solemn requiem high mass will be sung at St. Peter's Church at 9 o'clock. Burial will be in Mt. Benedict Cemetery.

Hartford Courant 12 November 1911
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Edward J. Ahern, Jr.
Edward J. Jr., the four-months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ahern of 111 Main street, died suddenly this morning. Inward convulsions are given as the cause. Funeral will be held Thursday at 2 o'clock.
Woburn Daily Times 15 November 1911
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Catherine Ahern
AHERN—On Nov. 30, 1911, CATHERINE, beloved wife of Michael Ahern, a native of the town of Kanturk, County Cork Ireland. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral at her late residence 328 South Gilmore St. on Monday Dec 4 at 7:30 A.M. Solemn High Mass of requiem at St Martin's church at 8:30 A.M.
Baltimore News 2 December 1911
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Emanuel Prager
PRAGER—Emanuel Prager, Dec. 14, aged [illegible] years, 8329 W. 60th-st., beloved husband of Elizabeth Prager and father of Ernest, [illegible] and Elsie Prager, and Mrs. John J. Burns and Mrs. Thomas Ahern; member of [illegible] No. 252, K.O.T.M. Funeral Monday, Dec. [illegible] at 10 a.m. from his late residence, by carriages to Oak Ridge.
Chicago Tribune 17 December 1911
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Mary May (Lillia) Ahern
AHERN—THE FRIENDS of Mr. TIMOTHY AHERN Jun. are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late WIFE (Mary May, nee Lillia) will leave his residence, Ballantyne street, West Thebarton on WEDNESDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery West-terrace.
         FRANK J. SIEBERT & CO., Undertakers,
         Phone 413. 47 and 49, Wakefield street
[see also: Thomas Ahern]
South Australian Advertiser 20 December 1911
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Ellen Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, December 30, 1911, Ellen, beloved widow of William Ahern, and loving mother of John and William Ahern and Mrs. J. O'Neill, Mrs. J. Crowley and Mrs. J. Lynch and the late Timothy Ahern, a native of County Limerick, Ireland, aged 85 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday), at 9 a. m., from her late residence, 310 Vicksburg street near Twenty-fourth, thence to St. James church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, Please omit flowers.
The San Francisco Call 2 January 1912
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Mary Ahern
Mrs. Mary Ahern, widow of John Ahern, died at 5.30 o'clock yesterday morning at her home on Twelfth street, where she resided alone. The body was taken to the home of her sister, Mrs. Steve Lyons, No. 1314 Broadway. Funeral services will be held at St. Vincent de Paul church, Friday morning at 9 o'clock. Rev. Father Crosson will conduct services and burial will take place in Mt. St. Vincent cemetery.
Logansport Journal 25 January 1912
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Patrick O'Hearn
Death of Patrick O'Hearn. — Patrick O'Hearn, a well known and highly esteemed farmer, residing on the G.W. Spreng farm three miles out of Big Prairie, died very suddenly of neuralgia of the heart at about 5 o'clock Friday evening [2 February]. He was aged 48 years, 10 months and 8 days. He is survived by his wife and seven children, three sons and four daughters, one of whom is Mrs. Forest Lee, the other children are still at home. Deceased is also survived by two brothers and two sisters: Michael O'Hearn of near Butler, James R. O'Hearn and Mrs. Anna Lemley of Mansfield, and Mrs. Edward Hazlett of near North Liberty. Funeral services were held at St. Peter's Catholic church in this place Monday morning at 11 o'clock conducted by the Rev. Father J.W. Schmitz. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. Those from a distance who were in attendance at the funeral were James O'Hearn and family, Mrs. Anna Lemley and daughter Stella, and Joseph F. Gardner of Mansfield; Michael O'Hearn of Butler; Mrs. Lizzie Stark and two daughters Ida and Mrs. Walter Davis, Mrs. Katie Hile, Mrs. William Doll of Barberton; Mrs. Thomas Gardner of Akron. [see also: Mrs. Effie (O'Hearn) Roop]
— unidentified newspaper February 1912
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John Ahearn
In Lynn, Feb. 3d, John Ahearn, formerly of Provincetown, aged 46 years.
Barnstable Patriot 12 February 1912
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Catherine Ahearn
AHEARN—In Dorchester, Feb. 29, Catherine, daughter of the late Michael Ahearn and Ellen Ahearn, formerly of 21 Dix st. Funeral from her late residence, 63 Neponset av., Sunday March 3, at 12:30 p.m. Services at St. Ann's church at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 2 March 1912
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Thomas Joseph Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, March 17, 1912, Thomas Joseph, dearly beloved husband of Teresa Ahern, and loving father of John, Joseph, Albert and the late William Ahern, and devoted son of Julia and the late Michael Ahern, and brother of John, Daniel and Michael Ahern and Mrs. Mary Dunne, a native of San Francisco, aged 35 years. A member of San Francisco Fire Department and Loyal Order of Moose No. 26.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Wednesday), at 8:30 a. m. from his late residence, 133 Freelon street off Fourth, thence to St. Rose's church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by funeral car from Thirteenth and West Mission streets. There will be an extra car for the accommodation of friends.
The San Francisco Call 20 March 1912
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CARD OF THANKS
   AHERN—We wish to thank our many friends, and especially the San Francisco Fire Department and the Pacific Mail Steamship company, for their kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral offerings extended to us during our recent bereavement in the loss of a devoted husband and father.
                MRS. THERESA AHERN and Family.
The San Francisco Call 24 March 1912
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Ellie Ahern
AHERN—On April 3rd, at her residence Springfield, Castlemartyr, Ellie, eldest daughter of Patrick Ahern. Deeply regretted, R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Friday) at 2 p.m. for Mogeely.
The Cork Examiner 4 April 1912
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Robert K. Potter
POTTER—Robert K. Potter, April 13, aged 69, beloved husband of Harriet, loving father of Raymond and Robert, Mrs. C. A. Rover, Mrs. E. A. Worthington, Mrs. C. W. Raymond, Mrs. Wm. Ahern, Mrs. A. A. Ecker. Funeral Monday, 1[illegible] a.m., from late residence, 3210 Colorado-av., under auspices of Custer post, G.A.R. Burial at Naperville. Boone, Ia. papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 14 April 1912
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Mary (Ford) Ahern
AHERN.—Suddenly, on April 14, 1912, MARY, beloved wife of the late Patrick Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland. R.I.P. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Patrick Burns, No. 947 Forrest street, on Wednesday, 1t 9.30 A.M., thence to St. John's Church, where a Requiem High Mass will be said for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
Baltimore Sun 16 April 1912
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Dr. John J. Ahern
The "Catholic Advocate," Brisbane, of Saturday, March 9th, contains interesting obituary notices of Dr. John Ahern, whose demise recently at Gympie, Australia, occasioned very deep and general regret in this, his native, county. It reproduces a copy of the illuminated address presented to him by the priests and people of Carrignavar on the occasion of his departure for Australia with his wife, nee Miss K. Barry, of Gympie, Australia. In speaking of this address the Gympie correspondent of the "Advocate" says :—Before leaving Ireland the doctor was presented by the people of Carrignavar and Glenville with a strikingly handsome and beautifully illuminated address, which, mounted in a rich, massive frame, occupied a prominent place in his surgery at Gympie. He was known to be very proud of this token of esteem, which includes photos of the doctor and Mrs. Ahern, Blarney Castle, and Blackrock Castle, and signed by James Canon Hegarty, P.P., John O'Leary, P.P., and several other representatives of the people there at the time.
Dr. Ahern was an out and out lover of his native land, and was always a prominent figure whenever there was a question of advancing the cause he loved. When the Irish delegates, some few months ago, Messrs. Redmond and Donovan, were in Gympie, it was in his home that they experienced that joyous hospitality that he was delighted to extend to them. How dear he was to people of his adopted town may be gathered from the vast concourse of all creeds and classes that followed his funeral. The Church, too, by every visible expression of sorrow, paid all respects to the mortal body once so full of life and energy.
Dr. Ahern was a man of splendid physique and of a kindly disposition, that won the esteem and affection of those who knew him. His nature was generous and his manner straightforward, his mind aimed at lofty ideals. He loved sport for the sake of sport, and saw that recreation must share in the life of a hard-worked professional man. With great promise before him of a brilliant career, it will be said that it was hard to leave this world at the early age of 42, but he never complained and the strong constitution seemed during his last illness to assert itself and grapple even with the inexorable angel of death.
The "Gympie Times" says—Since 1903 he practiced his profession in Gympie and by his skill quickly earned a high reputation as being a man of wide knowledge and great ability. His sterling qualities of heart and mind likewise made him a good citizen, and in healthy, manly sport his patronage, advice and assistance were ever available. From these facts it will be patent that his loss to the general community will be greatly felt, but by none will his loss be so greatly felt as the Catholic and Irish people and Irish descendants, by whom he was held in particular respect. In matters of faith and fatherland he was staunch, sincere and practical. When the Irish envoys were recently here, they remarked that in their tour of Australia they had found no more hospitable, large-hearted, sincere advocate of Irish Nationalism than the doctor. Quiet spoken but genial, kind in heart and charitable in deed, the doctor's familiar commanding figure will be sadly missed from the community, and his untimely demise will cause sorrow in many homes where his professional skill and personal kindness had given hope and health to the afflicted and relief to the distressed. To the grief-stricken wife and two children, who mourn the loss of an affectionate husband and father, the sympathy of the community is extended.
THE CLERGY'S TRIBUTE
At the 8 o'clock Mass the Rev. Father Horan, P.P., made announcements regarding the obsequies, and in asking the prayers of the congregation for the soul of Dr. Ahern, referred to his memory. Dr. Ahern, continued the Rev. Father, was very good natured, and good hearted, a practical Catholic, a man of great faith, who openly professsed his religion, and an Irishman who took a pride in his nationality, and he well deserved the honour which is being shown. At the 11 o'clock Mass the Rev Father P. Murphy also made very kindly reference to the deceased doctor.
THE FUNERAL
The church bell was tolled at 3 o'clock, when already there was a large number of people there. The Rev. Father Horan briefly addressed the people; the Rosary was recited, and after the blessing and incensing of the remains, the coffin was carried through the church, the sad strains of the Dead March in Saul being played on the organ. Lined then on either side of the walk from the main entrance were the members of the Hibernian Australasian Catholic benefit society to the number of 120 in reglia, who subsequently took their places in the lead of the funeral procession of the deceased, who was a member of the society. Following these came the priest in a buggy immediately preceding the hearse, following which was an immense procession of footmen, then vehicles of every description, and horsemen bringing up the rear. The chief mourners were the late doctor's wife, son, and daughter, and his only other relative in Australia, a first cousin, Mr. J. J. Ahern
It was an immense concourse of people, fully representative of all sections of the community, which althogether showed unmistakeable evidence of the respect and esteem in which the deceased was held, and which was all the more marked by the fact that heavy rain fell all day, and continued throughout the course of the funeral procession to the Two-Mile Cemetery, and throughout the burial service, at which the Rev. Father Murphy officiated. The floral tributes were very numerous.
THE ENVOY'S VISIT TO GLYMPIE — DR. AHERN'S HOSPITALITY
On Sunday, September 24th, last year, two of the Irish envoys, Messrs Redmond and Donovan, visited Glympie to unveil the monument to the late John Flood, of Chester Castle fame. The envoys, unfortunately, missed the early morning train to Gympie on the Saturday, and taking the afternoon train they did not arrive in Gympie till midnight. Although it was so late in the year, it was a fairly bleak night, but there were at that hour patriotic Irishmen present at the station in hundreds to give Ireland's representatives a cead mile failthe. One stalwart, massive, athletic form stood out prominently in the crowd as the envoys alighted and received from the big-bodied and big hearted man a grip that told them that it was no sham patriotism which caused the proud gleam in his kindly eye as he towered over the visitors. That man was the genial Dr. Ahern, and to-day it is hard to believe that he is no more.
The visitors were driven in motors to the city, where a welcome repast was prepared by a worthy hostess. The chair at that function was taken by Mr. O'Connor, who has received the highest honour which the Hibernians of Southern Queensland can confer on a confrere—that is the district presidency. Dr. Ahern was one of the group, and there was no happier man present than that genial Corkman. His words of welcome came from him quietly and simply, and it was evident that he was thrilled with patriotic feeling at having the privilege of assisting at the welcome to his country's young ambassadors.
Before the little gathering dispersed Dr. Ahern invited the visitors to dine with him on the following evening at his happy home "Glengariff." The kindly manner of invitation was irresistable, and when the envoys attended at his house they were overwhelmed with hospitality. The "Glengariff" which nestles at the foot of the Sugarloaf in the west of County Cork never saw greater warmth of hospitality than that bestowed on Ireland's envoys by Dr. Ahern and his good wife in "Glengariff" on Gympie Goldfield. The place was decorated in honour of the visitors. The menu cards were souvenirs which shall long be treasured by those who were fortunate enough to receive an invitation. They were hand-painted with exquisite taste. The frontpiece of one in the possession of the writer is marked by the Australian coat-of-arms with a border of shamrocks and bears the motto "Australia helps the Old Land in her noble fight for freedom." That was a memorable night in the happy home of a patriotic exile, and now that death has thrown its shadow there none will feel more poignant grief than the Irish envoys.
In writing an appreciation of the late Cardinal Moran for the "Catholic Advocate," Dr. Ahern said, "The grand old oak has withered at last." To-day a stalwart young oak has been snapped off unexpectedly. We can ill afford to lose men of his stamp. Australian soil has enfolded the remains of many a fine man from Cork. Close by John Flood and Dr. John J. Ahern are sleeping their last long sleep. May their souls rest in peace.
The Cork Examiner 24 April 1912
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Edward Ahern
AHERN—In this city. April 26. 1912. Edward, beloved son of Thomas and Annie Ahern, a native of Dunsmuir, Cal., aged 3 years and 10 months. Friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral services tomorrow (Monday). April 29, 1912 at 9:30 a. m., at the Star of the Sea church, Point Lobos and Eighth avenues. Interment (private) in Holy Cross cemetery.
San Francisco Call 28 April 1912
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Annie Ahern
AHERN — On the 13th of May, at Lee View Place, Sunday's Well, Annie the darling child of Tom and Ciss Ahern, age 2 1/2 years.
The Cork Examiner 14 May 1912
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David Aherne
On May 14th at his residence, 1 Ard-na-naom, Connaught Avenue, David, second son of the late John Aherne; deeply regretted by his sorrowing mother, brother and sister. R.I.P. Funeral from Church of the Immacualte Conception, St. Finbarr's West, on this day (Thursday), at 3 p.m., for St. Joseph's Cemetery. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 16 May 1912
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John Aherne
Aherne Appeal Fund
At a largely-attended meeting of the friends of the late John and David Aherne, held at the Victoria Hotel Tuesday night, the High Sheriff (Mr. Joseph Hosford) presided, there being also present — Alderman James Simcox, Messrs John English, Wm. Kelleher, T. C.; M. J. Mahoney, managing director John Daly and Co, Ltd.; Edward McSwiney (Furlong and Sons), James Myles, P. F. Higgins, South Mall; Jerome J. Twomey (M. D. Daly and Sons), M. J. Haly , secretary McCarthy and Sons, Ltd.; Patrick Crowley, James Mulcahy, Albert J. Twomey, Shandon street; Thomas Lyons, John Hoare, J. F. O'Leary, Patrick Brady, Denis Dennehy, Daniel O'Connell, John McCarthy, J. C. Foley, D. Joyce, rate collector; Albert Wood (A. Beckman and Co, London).
In the unavoidable absence of the Lord Mayor, who sent a handsome donation to the fund, the High Sheriff was moved to the chair, and was received with applause. He said that he was glad to see such a large and representative meeting to inaugurate such a worthy and deserving fund. As they were all aware the late Mr. John Aherne passed away last September after a very long illness, and during the past few days his son, David, had also he regretted to say, died. The protracted illness of both had necessarily put their family to huge expense, and that night they were assembled to help them in their efforts to maintain their home. It needed no words of his to point out to the charitably disposed citizens of Cork the urgent necessity for this appeal, and he therefore with great confidence recommended it to their generous support. In order to open the list he had much pleasure in handing in his donation to the treasurer (applause).
Mr. John McCarty said he felt it his duty to support the appeal on behalf of the Aherne family. He did so on two grounds. The first was that he knew the late John Aherne for a long number of years to be a man of most exemplary character, and a very worthy citizen, and secondly from a charitable point of view, because he considered no charity greater than to help the poor widow and family in their hour of need. Like his friend the High Sheriff, who is ever ready to help any good cause, he thought the most practical way of making the appeal a success was by handing in his subscription (hear, hear).
Mr. Albert Twomey, Shandon street, desired to be associated with the views of the High Sheriff and Mr. McCarthy concerning the late John Aherne. He could speak of an intimate acquaintance with him, as he acted as his manager for a number of years, and he should say a more capable and trustworthy man he never met. He was a man that was ever ready to relieve distress himself as far as his means allowed him, and now that he had gone from amongst them they should see that the burden of his loss fell as lightly as possible on his bereaved family.
Mr. M. J. Mahoney, managing director Messrs John Daly and Co., Ltd., spoke as to the loss he personally felt at the death of Mr David Aherne, who had been in the firm some eleven years, since he left school. He was an excellent, promising young fellow, and his death, coming so soon after the father's made the affliction of the Aherne family more than the ordinary. His firm realized this, and he had great pleasure in handing to the treasurer a check for £20, being the contribution from the firm, directors and staff (loud applause).
Mr. John English desired to endorse all that had been said by the High Sheriff and other gentlemen. He also could claim an old acquaintanceship with the late Mr John Aherne, and he heartily joined in the worthy appeal now being made on behalf of his family.
Mr. Daniel O'Connell said he had considerable experience of Mr Aherne's worth in connection with the North Parish Sick Poor Society. He worked hard for many years Sunday after Sunday, without fee or reward, collecting funds for that institution, and the good work he had unobtrusively done should not now be forgotten. He was very sorry that the necessity had arisen for the appeal, but as it existed he promised the movement substantial support not only on behalf of himself, but also on behalf of Mr Aherne's former colleagues of the North Parish Sick Poor Society (hear, hear).
All those present then handed in their donations, and a large amount was realised. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the High Sheriff for presiding on the motion of Mr Thomas Lyons, seconded by Mr Patrick Crowley, and this concluded the proceedings.
Cork Examiner 23 May 1912
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Mary Aherne
AHERNE—On May 23rd at Annmount, Mary, the beloved daughter of Edward and Katherine Aherne, deeply regretted, R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Saturday) from Cork and Bandon Railway Station at 12 noon for Rosscarbery.
The Cork Examiner 24 May 1912
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Mary Josephine Ahern
   Miss Mary Josephine Ahern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahern, passed away this morning at her home on Porter street, after a lingering illness, aged 24 years, 10 months and 8 days. The deceased was born and brought up in the South End, and was well known and very popular among a large circle of acquaintances and her generous nature and loving disposition will long be remembered.
   She is survived by her parents, a brother, William, and one sister, Gertrude. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at St. Charles church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be at Calvary cemetery.
Woburn Daily Times 18 June 1912
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MISS MARY J. AHERN LAID AT REST
Large Number of Floral Tributes Bank White Casket of Deceased
   Miss Mary Josephine Ahern, the well known South End young lady who passed away at her home on Porter street, Tuesday morning, after a lingering illness, aged 24 years, 10 months and eight days, was laid at rest this morning, in the family lot at Calvary cemetery. Funeral services were held at at 9 o'clock at the St. Charles' church, a high Mass of requiem being sung by Rev. Walter A. Fegan. The white casket was banked with beautiful floral tributes, showing the deep appreciation and esteem in which the young lady was held by many friends.
   The pall bearers were Patrick Rowen, John S. Bradley, John F. O'Brien, Charles R. McCaulay, Frank Tracey and Patrick Walsh. The deceased is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ahern, one sister, Gertrude, and a brother, William.
Woburn Daily Times 20 June 1912
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The Late Monsignor Ahern.
(By M. KEARNEY.)
The late Joseph Loughlin Ahern was born (I believe) at Mallow, County Cork, Ireland in the year 1848, as he himself often quoted, "The year forty-eight, when famine was great," for it was the year known in Irish history as the year of the great potato famine. At the seminary of Mount Melleray he first met the late Doctor Doyle, then a lad of ten or twelve, and their friendship there begun, was carried on through their student days at Maynooth, where they were ordained priests, and lasted till the death of Bishop Doyle some three years ago.

Young Father Ahern, always a brilliant scholar, particularly fond of the classics, and a foremost theologian, pursued his priestly career for some years in the United States. In 1884 he landed in Australia, and paid a visit to Armidale to another old college mate, the present Bishop O'Connor, of Armidale. In August, 1885, there was held in Sydney the first Plenary Council of the Church in Australia, and one of the most honoured theologians who took part therein was the late venerated parish priest of Casino. Beside here renewing his boyhood's friendship with Doctors Doyle and O'Connor (then Deans), he also met Dr. Delany, one of his old professors, who is now happily Archbishop of Hobart.

About the end of that year, Father Ahern came to Lismore, and for some time was associated with Dean Doyle (as he then was) as assistant priest. One of his most cherished possessions then was a very fine Guarnarius (violin), and his greatest delight, when occasion allowed, was to play obligatis at the Benediction services. When, in 1887, Doctor Doyle received his Apostolic Brief, and the new Diocese was founded, Father Ahern took charge of the Lower Richmond, with Headquarters at Ballina. He was afterwards transferred to Murwillumbah, but here his health became very unsatisfactory, and he took a trip to his native Ireland. His health became worse instead of better, and for some time it seemed that he would leave his bones in the Old Land. We next find him at Auckland, New Zealand, where he remained a year or so—took another peep at the Rockies—and back to Australia and the North Coast, which was to be his home till the end almost. He took up duty at Grafton, being transferred from there to Casino not long after and in succession to the late Dean Walsh. On the death of that Apostle of the North Coast, the Venerable Abbe Schurr, he became Vicar-General of the Diocese, which position he held up to a few months ago, when failing health caused him to relinquish its multifarious duties.

Some six or seven years ago he was raised to the dignity of Monsignor, which means a prelate of the Pope's household. At the banquet held in connection with the dedication ceremonies of St. Carthage's Cathedral in August, 1907, Monsignor Ahern, Vicar-General of the Diocese, responded to the toast of the clergy. The late Cardinal Moran was the guest of honour. His Eminence a few days later took the first motor drive of his life. And amongst those who accompanied him, their objective being Coraki, was the late Monsignor. Of his work in the Casino parish, the Presbytery alone will stand as a monument for all time, for it is considered to be one of the finest in the Commonwealth. Few men had realised better than he that the most important thing in life is to learn how to live. Some men have a purpose in life, and some have none. His aim was to secure the highest and most harmonious development of his powers to a complete and consistent whole. His high scholastic attainments placed him head and shoulders above his fellows ; he was simply steeped in classic lore ; while his theological attainments rightly placed him among the hierarchy of his Church, and his great heart, and noble, genial nature endeared him to all classes and creeds, to the young as well as to the old. Clergy and laity alike unite in declaring that we shall not look upon his like again. Culture and sweetness and light shone all around him. In the words of Shakespeare : "His life was gentle, and the elements so mixed in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world, 'This was a man !'"

His many friends and faithful, loving parishioners would wish that his bones were laid amongst them, but by his own wish he sleeps his long sleep at Rookwood, in the company of many more priests and of thousands of his fellow Catholics. The Solemn Requiem Mass this (Tuesday) morning, at Casino, at which his Lordship Dr. Carroll will preside, will doubtless be attended very largely by his bereft congregation and others anxious to do honour to his memory. It is worthy of note that the Diocese of Lismore has lost three of its priests by the hand of death during the past year, viz., the Venerable Archdeacon Dalton, of Murwillumbah, Dean Walshe, of Bangalow, and lastly, Casino's Very Rev. Monsignor Ahern. Peace to their ashes!

Clarence and Richmond Examiner 22 June 1912
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Patrick Francis "Paddy" Ahern
AHERN.—At Nudgee, Patrick Francis (Paddy), younger son of Sarah Margaret and Joseph Ahern, grandson of the late Patrick Ahern, Esq., Quarry House, Ross, Co. Meath, Ireland. Dublin papers please copy.
Brisbane Courier 27 June 1912
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Annie (Hefferan) Ahern
AHERN—Annie Ahern, nee Hefferan, beloved wife of the late Daniel J. Ahern; mother of Mrs. John Hayes, Mrs. L. B. Clingman, Mrs. Frederick W. Wock, Daniel W. and John L. Ahern; sister of William S. Hefferan. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from residence of daughter, Mrs. John Hayes, 6421 Lexington-av., to St. Clara's church, by carriages to Mount Olivet cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 14 July 1912
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Peter Ahearn
AHEARN—In Cohasset, Aug. 13, Peter Ahearn, 58 yrs 3 mos. Funeral from his late residence, Forest av., Cohasset, Friday at 8 a.m. Requiem mass at St. Anthony's Church at 9 a.m. Burial at Hingham. P. E. I. Papers please copy.
The Boston Globe 14 August 1912
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Kate Ahern
AHERN.—September 15, 1912, at her residence, Gilderthorpe avenue, Randwick, Kate, dearly loved wife of David Ahern, aged 51 years.
AHERN.—The Friends of Mr. DAVID AHERN and his FAMILY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved WIFE and their MOTHER, Kate to move from their residence, Gilderthorpe avenue Randwick, TO-DAY, MONDAY, at 3.15 p.m., for Waverley Cemetery.
Sydney Morning Herald 16 September 1912
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Martin Ahern
In Stratford, Ct. October 16, 1912 Martin Ahern aged 79 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his daughter Mrs.Timothy Ryan South Main St, Stratford, Ct. on Friday October 18 at 8:30 a.m. and from St. James Church at 9:00 o'clock. Interment at St. Michaels cemetery. Survived by wife Ellen Connors Ahern, daughters Bridget Ahern Ryan, Sarah Mary Ahern Ryan, Mary J. Ahern Cunningham, Margaret Mary Ahern McQuillan, sons Patrick J. Ahern, Timothy Ahern, and Cornelius Ahern.
Bridgeport Telegram 17 October 1912
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IN MEMORIAM.
John Michael "Jackie" Ahern
AHERN.—In loving memory of John Michael (Jackie) Ahern, who was drowned at Perth on October 21, 1904.
We stood around the silent grave
With hearts all bruised and sore.
When o'er our minds the sweet words came,
"Not lost, but gone before."
—Inserted by his loving parents, grandfather, uncles and aunts.
The West Australian 21 October 1912
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Catherine C. O'Hern
O'Hern, Catherine C., daughter of Michael and Susan (nee Kennedy), niece of Laurence O'Hern, Mrs. J. Healy, and the late Patrick and Thomas O'Hern. Funeral from L. O'Hern's residence, 4149 N. Ridgeway ave. to Our Lady of Mercy Church thence to Mt. Carmel cemetery. Native of Cranny, Co. Clare.
Chicago Daily News 25 October 1912
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William J. Ahern
Funeral services for William J. Ahern, 60 years old, who died Tuesday morning in Marshalltown, Ia., will be at 9:30 o'clock this morning at the Sheehan undertaking rooms, and at 10 o'clock at St. Vincent's Catholic Church, Thirty-first Street and Flora Avenue. Mass will be said by Mr. Ahern's son, the Rev. William Ahern of Perryville, Mo. Burial will be in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery.
The Kansas City Times 5 December 1912
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—On Dec 21st, at his residence, 12, South View, Ballinlough road, Michael, eldest surviving son of the late Edward Ahern (Builder), Monkstown ; deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and children. R.I.P. Funeral will leave from South Parish Church, at 2.30 on this day (Monday) for Douglas.
The Cork Examiner 23 December 1912
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George A. Flynn
FLYNN—In Melrose, suddenly, Dec. 21, George A., beloved husband of Mary A. Flynn (nee Ahern). Funeral from his late residence, 36 Clarence st., Roxbury, Tuesday, Dec. 24, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem high mass at St. Patrick's Church, Dudley st. at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 23 December 1912
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IN MEMORIAM.
In sad and loving memory of Mrs. Kate O'Neill Aherne, Curra, Nohoval, who died December 23rd, 1911. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for her.—(Inserted by her fond sisters.)
The Cork Examiner 24 December 1912
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IN MEMORIAM.
AHEARN.—In sad but loving memory of our dear mother, Catherine Ahearn, who died at Islington on Christmas Day, 1910 "So dearly loved, so saddly missed."—inserted by her loving family.
The Adelaide Advertiser 25 December 1912
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Patrick Ahearn
AHEARN—On Dec. 25th, 1912, at his residence, Green road, Lismore, Patrick Ahearn. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and children. R.I.P. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 28 December 1912
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Ellen (Linehan) Ahern
AHERN—On Dec. 30th, at her residence, Bachelor's Quay, Ellen, dearly beloved wife of John Ahern, and daughter of John Linehan, formerly of Cloghroe. R.I.P. Funeral from SS Peter and Paul's Church at 12.30 on to-morrow (Wednesday) for Matchy, via Cloghroe.
The Cork Examiner 31 December 1912
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BROTHER AND SISTER
Funerals in Salem Today
of Mrs. Mary E. Ahern and William F. Birmingham.
SALEM, Jan. 1—Tributes to the memory of Mrs. Mary E. Ahern and William F. Birmingham, brother and sister were paid by many persons [illegible]. The funeral of Mrs. Ahern took place at [?] Derby st., at 1:30 p.m. followed by prayers by Rev. John P. Sullivan of Immaculate Conception church. The funeral of William F. Birmingham took place from [?] Boston st., at [?] followed by prayers by Rev. [?] Burials were in St. Mary's Cemetery.
The Boston Globe 1 January 1913
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Henry J. Ahearn
AHEARN.—In loving memory of Henry J. Ahearn, who died January 11, 1904.
Immaculate heart of Mary.
Your prayers for him extol;
Sacred heart of Jesus.
Have mercy on his soul.
—Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. J. Malone.
South Australian Advertiser 11 January 1913
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Bridget (McHugh) O'Hearn
O'HEARN—The many friends of Mrs. Bridget O'Hearn, aged 53 years, will be pained to learn of her death which occurred this morning at her late home, 79 Bowden street, after a short illness. The deceased was an attendant of the Sacred Heart church for many years. She leaves to mourn her loss a husband, John; three brothers, Peter and John McHugh of this city and Patrick McHugh of Australia.
The Lowell Sun 15 January 1913
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Bridget (McHugh) O'Hearn
O'HEARN—The funeral of the late Bridget O'Hearn took place yesterday at 9:30 from her late home, 79 Bowden street, and was largely attended by sorrowing relatives and friends.

The funeral cortege proceeded to the Sacred Heart church where, at 10 o'clock a solemn high mass of requiem was sung. Rev. Fr. Flynn was celebrant, Rev. F. McDermott, deacon and Rev. Fr. Wood, sub deacon. The sanctuary choir sang the Gregorian mass. Mr. John Kelty presided at the organ.

Among the many floral tributes were a large pillow inscribed "Wife," from the bereaved husband; a large spray of pinks from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Crawford; pillow, inscribed "At Rest" from Mr. and Mrs. Gilbride; spray of pinks from Mary and Margaret Gilbride; spray of pinks, from Mary Gallagher; spray of pinks, from Mrs. Burns and family; wreath from a friend. The bearers were James McGuire, Bernard McGuire, Joseph Crawford and Peter McGuire. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery where the committal prayers were read by Rev. Fr. Flynn. Undertakers M. H. McDonough Sons in charge.

The Lowell Sun 18 January 1913
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Mary J. (Wallace) Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, January 21, 1913, Mary Wallace Ahern, dearly beloved wife of the late Jeremiah Ahern, loving and devoted mother of John P., Nellie, Gertrude and the late Agnes Ahern and loving sister of Mrs. B. McCarthy, a native of County Limerick, Ireland.
   The funeral will take place today (Thursday), January 23, 1913, at 9:15 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, 431 Buchanan street, thence to St. Mary's (Paulist) church, California street and Grant avenue, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery, by automobile.
The San Francisco Call 23 January 1913
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John O'Hern
John O'Hern, husband of the late Catherine, father of Mrs. J. J. Tuohy. Funeral Friday, Jan. 31st. at 9:15 a.m. sharp from late residence, 1228 S. Austin-blvd., Oak Park, to St. Attracta's church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated; carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 30 January 1913
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Margaret B. Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, Feb. 1, Margaret B., daughter of Annie and the late Thomas Ahern. Funeral from her late residence, 428 East 5th st., Tuesday, Feb. 4, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem at Gate of Heaven Church at 9 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 2 February 1913
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HUSBAND OF FORMER WOBURN GIRL DEAD
———
Mrs. Abbie Ahern was Visiting Mrs. David Cuneo
when News of Death Came
———
   Mrs. Abbie Ahern of Providence, R. I., while at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Cuneo of Madison street, whose guest she has been for the past week, received the sad news of the sudden death of her husband, Saturday morning. Tuberculosis is given as the cause of death, although his condition was not considered serious, and his sudden demise is a severe blow to his wife and friends. The deceased was 26 years of age, and was married about a year to Miss Abbie Murphy, formerly of this city, daughter of the late Daniel Murphy, who died in Providence, last November. She is also the niece of Mrs. David Cuneo of this city.
   The funeral services were held this morning at Providence. Mr. David Cuneo and Miss Margaret Murphy of this city attended.
Woburn Daily Times 25 February 1913
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Andrew Ahern
Andrew Ahern. From the Hursen funeral chapel, 2346 W. Madison-st., Monday 1 p.m.
Chicago Tribune 9 March 1913
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Edward Ahearn
   Edward Ahearn, aged 50 years, a former resident of Fort Wayne, died Monday at his home in Kendallville. Death was due to pneumonia and followed a short illness. He was employed as a moulder at the Flint & Walling foundry. Mr. Ahern left Fort Wayne twelve years ago.
   He was born in Whitley county near Columbia City and came to Allen county with his parents when a small boy. He is survived by two brothers and a sister— Dennis Ahearn, G. R. & I. passenger brakeman; Patrick Ahearn of New Haven, and Mrs. John Stier. The mother, Mrs. Johanna Ahearn, of this city, also survives. The deceased was a member of the Elks' lodge at Kendallville and also of the lodge of Eagles.
   The remains arrived at Fort Wayne early this morning and were removed to the home of the sister, Mrs. Stier, 2127 Weisser Park Avenue, where funeral services will be held at a time to be announced later.
   Mr. Ahearn was also a member of the Maccabee and Ben Hur lodges and of the Moulders union.
Fort Wayne Sentinel 11 March 1913
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Mary (Carpenter) Ahern
AHERN—In Roxbury, March 21, Mary E., beloved wife of James J. Ahern (nee Carpenter). Funeral from her late residence, 911 Harrison av., Sunday, March 23, at 1 p.m. Services at St. Philip's Church at 1:30 p.m. Requiem high mass at St. Philip's Church, Monday, March 31, at 8 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. [see also: Lillian M. Ahern]
The Boston Globe 22 March 1913
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Popular Doctor's Death
Dr. Michael Ahern, M.D., of Brosna, County Kerry, died on Tuesday after an illness of some weeks. He had been in charge of the Brosna and Knocknagashel Dispensary districts for more than a quarter of a century, and was one of the most popular medical men in Kerry. He was a generous friend to the poor of his district, and his death is widely regretted in Kerry and West Limerick.
Irish Times 29 March 1913
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IN MEMORIAM.
Ahern
In loving remembrance of my beloved husband, Edward S. Ahern, who passed away April 1, 1906. Gone, but not forgotten. Jennie M. Ahern.
The Boston Globe 30 March 1913
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KERRY.
The death occurred on Tuesday, March 25th, of a popular County Kerry medical practitioner, Dr. Michael Ahearn, of Brosna, after an illness of some weeks' duration. The late Dr, Ahern [sic] was in charge of the Brosna and Knocknagashel dispensary districts for more than a quarter of a century, and was one of the most popular medical men in Kerry,
New York Irish-American 12 April 1913
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Catherine (Aherne) O'Donnell
Herkimer, April 12.—Mrs. Patrick O'Donnell passed away this afternoon at 2:45 o'clock following a lingering illness of two years duration, she having been confined to her bed the past six weeks. She was a woman of worthy characteristics and of true neighborly qualities and her demise will be regretted by a large number of friends. A loyal wife and true mother her loss will be long and deeply felt in the home and her memory will linger long for all who knew her. She was born in County Cork, Ireland, 49 years ago, but had resided in this country from early youth. There are surviving besides her husband, two daughters, Mary and Laura, and three sons, John, William and Francis O'Donnell, all of Herkimer. There are also four sisters and four brothers, as follows: Mrs. Fred English, Herkimer: Mrs. Thomas Finnegan, Boston: Miss Mary Aherne, Brooklyn: Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, Ireland: Benjamin Aherne, Ireland: Peter of Brooklyn and Thomas and John Aherne of Mohawk. Deceased was a member of St. Francis de Sales Church and of the local branch of the L.C.B.A. The funeral arrangements have not been made.
Herkimer Evening Telegram 13 April 1913
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Charles B. Ahern
   Charles B. Ahern, for eight years an employee of the Stoneham Independent as a printer, died at his home on Lindenwood road, Stoneham this morning at one o'clock. He was 24 years of age and was born in Watertown, coming with his parents to Stoneham 12 years ago, Mr. Ahern was well known in Woburn, especially in Montvale.
   The funeral will be held Friday morning with services at St. Patrick's church, Stoneham at 9 o'clock. Burial will be at St. Patrick's cemetery, Watertown.
Woburn Daily Times 16 April 1913
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Annie J. (Ahern) Linehan
LINEHAN—In Charlestown, May 5, Annie J., beloved wife of John J. Linehan (nee Ahern). Funeral from her late residence, 71 Lawrence st. Thursday, May 8, at 8:30. Solemn requiem high mass at St. Mary's church, Warren st. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 7 May 1913
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Michael Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, May 12, 1913, Michael Ahearn, a native of Ireland, aged 70 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Thursday) at 9 o'clock a.m., from St. Joseph's church, Tenth and Howard streets, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul. Remains at the new mortuary chapel of Joseph Hagan & Sons, 1710 Sacramento street at Polk. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 15 May 1913
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Dorothy O'Hearn
O'HEARN—In Dorchester, May 12, Dorothy, beloved daughter of Patrick and Mary E. O'Hearn, 4 yrs. Funeral from her parents' residence, 120 Melville av. Wednesday, May 14, at 2 p.m. Funeral private. Please omit flowers.
The Boston Globe 14 May 1913
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Nellie O'Hern
Miss Nellie O'Hern, age 30, daughter of the late Maurice and Elizabeth O'Hern, died Thursday afternoon at 6:50 o'clock at the O'Hern residence, 1838 Frankfort Avenue. The hour for the funeral has not been fixed.
Courier Journal 16 May 1913
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Miss Nellie O'Hern
Miss Nellie O'Hearn, thirty years of age, daughter of the late Maurice and Elizabeth O'Hearn, died at 6:50 o'clock last night at Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Hospital. She is survived by two brothers, James and Thomas O'Hearn, and a sister, Miss Minnie O'Hearn. The funeral will be conducted from the residence, 1838 Frankfort Avenue, at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning and at 9 o'clock from St. Francis of Rome Church. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 16 May 1913
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James Francis Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, June 17, 1913, James Francis, idolized son of William and Mary Ahern, and darling brother of William J., Arthur P., John R. and Mary E. Ahern, a native of San Francisco.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral today (Tuesday), June 10, 1913, at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from his late residence, 926 Alabama street, thence to St. Peter's church, Twenty-fourth and Alabama streets, where a solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 10 June 1913
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Patrick Ahearn Drops Dead.
WAREHAM, July 26—Patrick Ahearn, 75, one of the oldest Catholic residents of this town, died suddenly this morning. He arose at the usual hour and commenced his work about his home. Going to a field, he was seen to fall and when assistance reached him he was dead. Dr. C. E. Morse, medical examiner, viewed the body, and pronounced death due to natural causes. The funeral arrangements are not completed. Mr. Ahearn had lived In Wareham most of his life. For the last 5 years he had been caretaker of the estate of Horace P. Tobey. He is survived by a wife and three sons.
The Boston Globe 27 July 1913
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Joseph P. Ahern
AHERN — On Friday, Aug. 29, 1913, at 5:20 o'clock a.m., Joseph P. Ahern, beloved husband of Selma Leber, and third eldest son of Ellen Marshall and the late Frank Ahern, aged 47 years, a native of New Orleans, La., and a resident of this city. The relatives, friends and acquaintances of the family, also the officers and members of the Cotton Yardmen's Benevolent Association, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, which will take place from his late residence, No. 621 Washington Avenue, at 4 o'clock This (Sunday) Evening. [see also: James William Ahern, Frank Joseph Ahern, Bertha and Delia Ahern]
The Daily Picayune 31 August 1913
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Mary Ellen Ahern
On Saturday, Sep. 20, Mary E. Ahern, widow of the late Maurice Ahern and mother of Rev. M. J., Rev. Mme. Mary Ahern, John V., Francis X., and Maurice Ahern. Funeral from the residence of her sisters, 19 East 49th St., Tuesday, Sep. 23, 9:30 A. M.; thence to Church of St. Francis Xavier, West 16th St., where a requiem mass will be offered at 10:30 A. M. for the repose of her soul.
New York Times 22 September 1913
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J. C. Ahern,
J. C. Ahern, suddenly, Sept. 26, 1913, beloved brother of Mrs. Stephen J. Cunningham and Mrs. W. W. Squire. Notice of funeral later.
Chicago Tribune 27 September 1913
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IN MEMORIAM.
AHEARN (nee Buckley).—In loving memory of Emily Kate Ahearn, who died at Adelaide, October 20, 1912. A true friend, the best of mothers. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law. M. E. and J. R. Malone.
AHEARN (nee Buckley).—In sad but loving memory of Emily Kate Ahearn, who died at Adelaide, October 20, 1912.
         Ah, we miss you, sweetest mother;
         And we miss you more each day.
         We miss your kind, God bless you,
         In that dear old gentle way.
—Inserted by her affectionate daughter and son-in-law, Alice and Arthur Hanley.
The Adelaide Advertiser 20 October 1913
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John R. Ahern
John R. Ahern, Dec. 2, beloved son of Officer Michael and the late Nellie, nee Russell, brother of Wm. J. and Mary C. Ahern, at residence of his aunt, Mrs. J. G. Smith, 6502 Champlain-av. Funeral Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 9:30 a.m., to Holy Cross church. Autos to Mt. Olivet. For seats call Hyde Park 663.
Chicago Tribune 3 December 1913
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Susan (Shea) Ahern
Mrs. Susan, wife of John Ahern, died at her late residence in the town of Montgomery on Friday, after a brief illness of a complication of diseases, at the age of fifty years. Mrs. Ahern was born in the town of New Windsor, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shea, and was united in marriage to Mr. Ahern on April 15, 1890. She has made her home since that time in the town of Montgomery, where she had the respect and esteem of a large circle of friends and acquaintances.

Mrs. Ahern was a member of St. Mary's R. C. Church of Montgomery, and a kind and loving wife and mother, whose family have the sympathy of all. She was one of a family of twelve children, of whom eight survive, seven sisters and one brother. Mrs. Ahern is also survived by her husband and several children, six sons and one daughter; Joseph, John, Francis, Harry, Edward, Timothy and Miss Catherine, all residing at home. The funeral will be held at St. Mary's R. C. Church at Montgomery on Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock where the pastor, the Rev. F. C. Lenes, will celebrate a requiem mass. The interment will be in the family plot in St. Mary's R. C. cemetery, Montgomery.

Middletown Times-Press 8 December 1913
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Clara (Bellew) Ahern
Clara Ahern, nee Bellew, beloved wife of John Ahern and mother of Thomas F., William B., Mary E., Edward P., John M., Sylvester M., Martin J., Clara J., Robert E., and the late David and James Ahern, at her residence, 214 W. 60th-pl. Funeral notice later. Oconto and Green Bay [Wis.] papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 15 December 1913
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Ellen (Butler) Ahearn
AHEARN—In East Cambridge, Dec. 14, Ellen Butler, beloved wife of Michael F. Ahearn. Funeral from her late home, 331 Vine st., Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 8 a.m. High Mass of requiem at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 16 December 1913
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Annie A. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Dec. 14, Annie A., daughter of the late John and Ellen Ahern. Funeral from her late home, 43 Charter st., Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 8 a.m. Solemn requiem services at St. Stephen's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment at St. Paul's Cemetery, Arlington.
The Boston Globe 16 December 1913
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IN MEMORIAM.
AHERN.—In memory of my beloved wife, Mary May Ahern, who died at West Thebarton, 19th December, 1911. —Inserted by her loving husband, T. Ahern, jun.
South Australian Advertiser 19 December 1913
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Lawrence Ahearn
Lawrence Ahearn, beloved husband of the late Ellen Ahearn, father of William Lawrence, and John Ahearn, and Mrs. David Mc-Hale, from parish of Kelteele, county of Limerick, Ireland. Funeral from 2132 S. Millard-av. at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 23, from Blessed Sacrament church, where high mass will be celebrated, to Mount Carmel by carriages.
Chicago Tribune 22 December 1913
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Honora Ahern
AHERN—In this city, January 1, 1914 Honora, beloved wife of the late Michael Ahern, mother of John J. and D. J. Ahern, Mrs. W. F. Duddy and the late Mrs. J. J. Kennedy and Ellen Ahern, a native of Kilnamartyra, County Cork, Ireland, aged 80 years and 11 months.
Oakland Tribune 2 January 1914
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Henry Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN.—In loving memory of Henry Joseph Ahearn, who died at Adelaide, January 11, 1904. Sweet Jesus, grant him eternal rest.
—Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hanley.
South Australian Advertiser 12 January 1914
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William Ahern
William Ahern, beloved son of John and the late Johanna, nee Dunne, nephew of Kitty and the late John Dunne, native of Bosnetstown, Kilfinan, County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral Monday, Jan. 19, at 9 a.m., from the residence of Joseph T. Barton, 2815 Lowe-av., to All Saints' church, thence by carriages to 49th and Halsted-st. depot, by cars to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 18 January 1914
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James Ahern
On Jan. 20, 1914, James Ahern, aged 59 years. Funeral services Friday morning at 9 o'clock at his late residence, 1,282 East 10th St., Brooklyn.
James Ahern, for thirty-six years a compositor on The New York Times, died at his home, 1,282 East 10th Street, Brooklyn, on Tuesday. He was 59 years old, and left a widow, three daughters, and a son.
New York Times 22 January 1914
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Barbara H. Ahern
AHERN—In Roslindale, Jan. 21, Barbara H. Ahern, aged 14 yrs, daughter of Daniel F. and Mary A. Ahern. Funeral from her residence, 16 Primrose st., Saturday, Jan. 24. Time to be announced later.
The Boston Globe 23 January 1914
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John Cotter
MALDEN, Jan 22—John Cotter, aged 69, of 795 Main st., this city, dropped dead at his home today from hardening of the arteries. Mr. Cotter was born in Ireland and came to this city five years ago from Charlestown. He is survived by his wife and three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Ahern of South Boston, Mrs. Catherine Gannon of Charlestown and Miss Mary Cotter of this city.
The Boston Globe 23 January 1914
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Thomas W. Ahern
AHERN—At Boston City Hospital, Jan. 24, Thomas W. Ahern, residence 535 East 4th st., South Boston. Funeral notice later.
The Boston Globe 25 January 1914
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Thomas W. Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, Jan, 24, Thomas W. Ahern. Funeral from the residence of his cousin, Mrs. Catherine Downes, 555 East 4th st. High mass of requiem at the Gate of Heaven Church, Tuesday, Jan. 27 at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 27 January 1914
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Mary Ahearn
AHEARN—In Roxbury, Jan. 26, Mary Ahearn. Funeral from residence of her sister, Annie Ahearn, 4 Kendall st., Wednesday, Jan. 28, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem high mass at St. Philip's Church, Harrison av. At 9 a.m. Relatives and friends kindly invited.
The Boston Globe 27 January 1914
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William Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN.—On the 3rd February, at the Private Hospital, Rose Park, William Joseph, dearly beloved husband of Ida Ahearn, and only son of the late Daniel and Catherine Ahern, aged 29 years. R.I.P.

AHEARN.—The FRIENDS of the late Mr. WILLIAM JOSEPH AHEARN are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence, 116, Kent-terrace, Norwood, on WEDNESDAY, at 3 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, West terrace.
South Australian Advertiser 4 February 1914
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Mary Cullinane Ahern
AHERN.—February 9, 1914, at her late residence, Karlsruhe, 34 Fitzroy-street, Milson's Point, Mary Cullinane Ahern, late of Shandrun, Bantry, Co. Cork, Ireland. R.I.P. By request, no flowers.
Sydney Morning Herald 10 February 1914
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Lillian (Pfeffer) O'Hern
Mrs. Lillian O'Hern, wife of D. W. O'Hern, died at 6 o'clock last evening after an illness of five weeks of stomach trouble at her home, 1204 Rowan Street. She was forty-one years of age and a native of Louisville. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Miss Mary Josephine O'Hern; her mother, Mrs. Mary Pfeffer; a sister, Miss Margaret Pfeffer, and two brothers, H. C. Pfeffer, of St. Louis, and J. W. Pfeffer, of Oakland, Cal.
O'HERN—Monday, February 16, at 6:30 p.m., Lillie O'Hern, aged 41 years, beloved wife of Daniel O'Hern (nee Pfeffer). Funeral Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the residence, 1204 Rowan Street, and from St. Patrick's Church at 3 o'clock. Burial in St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 17 February 1914
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN.—Suddenly, February 20, 1914, DANIEL, husband of Margaret Ahern (nee Worth), aged 69 years. Relatives and friends of family, also Mitchell Lodge, No. 296, F. and A. M.; Jerusalem R. A. Chapter No. 3; Kadosh Commandery, No. 29, K. T.; Orestes Senate of Sparta; Farragust Naval Veterans' Association, No. 1; Bramble Club and the officers of the Superior Court, are invited to attend funeral services, on Tuesday, at 1.30 o'clock, at his late residence, 2834 N. 28th st. Interment West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Remains may be viewed after 7 o'clock Monday evening.
Philadelphia Inquirer 23 February 1914
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David N. Ahern
David N. Ahern, Feb. 28, beloved husband of Nellie L., nee Dee. Funeral Tuesday, March 3, at 9:30 a.m., from late residence, 3951 Lexington-st., to Presentation church, where high mass will be celebrated; funeral private, autos to Calvary. Member of Columbia court No. 2, C. O. F., and Commodore Barry council No. 1118, K. of C.
Chicago Tribune 3 March 1914
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Hannah (Ahern) Hanley
HANLEY—In East Weymouth, March 8, Hannah, beloved widow of the late William Hanley (nee Ahern). Funeral from her late residence, 17, off Graves st., Wednesday, March 11, at 8:30 a.m. High mass of requiem at Immaculate Conception Church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment at St. Francis Xavier Cemetery, South Weymouth.
The Boston Globe 10 March 1914
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CON A. AHERN, PIONEER, DEAD
Prominent Virginia City Man Passes Away Following Long Illness
VIRGINIA CITY, March 21.—Con A. Ahern, a Virginia City pioneer, known throughout the state, died at 6:30 o'clock this morning, following a long period of ill health, which recently became a critical illness. Funeral arrangements have not yet been announced.

Con Ahern was a Republican presidential elector in 1904, sergeant at arms of the Nevada assembly for two terms and twice a candidate for surveyor general. He was a staunch Republican at all times and prominent in party councils. He was organizer and past state president of the Eagles. His residence in Nevada covered a period of 50 years and most of that time was spent on the Comstock. He was the owner of the Crystal bar at Virginia City at the time of his death. In the early days he was interested in mining and was a power in political affairs of his city and state. He was a native of Boston and was 64 years old. [see also: Minnie (Armour) Ahern, Mary E. "Mayme" (Hopkins) Ahern]

Reno Evening Gazette 21 March 1914
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CON A. AHERN CROSSES DIVIDE
Pioneer of the Comstock Passes to Reward After Illness of Many Months
KNOWN ALL OVER NEVADA
Came to Virginia City During Year 1863; Prominent in State Politics
   Con A. Ahern, whoh [sic] has been identified with the history of the Comstock since 1863, died yesterday morning at his home in Virginia City after an illness of several months. Death was expected for Ahern had been critically ill for the past few days and gradually growing weaker. About ten days ago he returned from the coast and was immediately confined to his home on arrival.
   Ahern was a native of Boston, and was 64 years old. In 1857 he located at Grass Valley, Cal., where he followed mining and in 1863 he packed his blankets into Virginia City. For fifty years he followed the ups and downs of the Comstock. At first he was employed driving a whim [a horse-driven device similar to a windlass used in mining for hauling materials to the surface], and was also engaged in the construction of the Gould and Curry mill at Six-mile canyon. Later he entered the paid fire department at Virginia City and in 1889 secured an interest in a business.
   As a presidential elector for Nevada Ahern carried the electoral vote to Washington when Roosevelt was elected. He was a prominent figure in republican politics, having attended every convention within the state for forty years. Twice he was a candidate for the officer [sic] of surveyor general, and during two legislative sessions was sergeant-at-arms of the state assembly. During the administration of John Sparks he was appointed a member of the governor's staff and was likewise reappointed by subsequent administrations. He was a member of Governor Oddie's staff.
   The funeral, which will be held tomorrow at Virginia City, will be under the auspices of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ahern was past state president of the Comstock aerie of Eagles and was prominently identified with the upbuilding of that order in this state. He is survived by his wife, who is seriously ill in San Francisco, one son, James Ahern, a brother and a sister, Morris Ahern and Mrs. Kate Hayes, of San Francisco. The remains will be taken to San Francisco Monday night and interment will be in the coast city. [see also: Minnie (Armour) Ahern, Mary E. "Mayme" (Hopkins) Ahern]
Nevada State Journal 22 March 1914
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ODDIE ATTENDS AHERN FUNERAL
Dead Pioneer One of Oldest Members of Governor's Staff
   Funeral services for Con A. Ahern, the Virginia City pioneer who died Saturday morning, were held this afternoon at Virginia City under the auspices of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, of which he was the founder in Nevada.
   His widow, who is ill at San Francisco; a son, James Ahern, and a brother and sister, Morris Ahern and Mrs. Kate Hayes of San Francisco survive. The body will be taken to San Francisco tonight for burial.
   Col. H. B. Monson was one of those who went to Virginia City from Reno this morning for the funeral of Con Ahern. They were former associates in politics, Ahern having, as presidential elector, cast the vote of Nevada for Roosevelt at the electoral college in January, 1905.
   Con Ahern was one of the oldest members of the governor's staff, having been first appointed by Governor Sparks, and Governor Oddie and members of his staff went by automobile to Virginia City today to attend the funeral. [see also: Minnie (Armour) Ahern]
Reno Evening Gazette 23 March 1914
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Edward J. Ahern
   Edward J. Ahern, one of the best known residents of the South End, passed away suddenly yesterday afternoon at his home at 113 Main street, age 36 years. Death was due to heart trouble, from which illness the deceased has been ailing for the past three years.
   The news of the young man's death came as a distinct shock to his many friends, who little realized the seriousness of his illness. Two weeks ago he was about, apparently in good health and took to his bed only last week.
   The deceased was born in this city, son of David and Mary Ahern and when a young man early distinguished himself as an athlete. He became a very clever ball player and for many years held down the position as backstop for the South Ends and the old South Borders. He was a formidable batter and came to be feared by all local pitchers.
   He became very adept in the art of boxing, and as an amateur lightweight won many trophies and appeared locally in many exhibitions matches with his brother John.
   At the time of his death he conducted two grocery stores, one at the corner of Main and Conn streets and one on Main street in the old Reynolds' estate which he recently purchased.
   He married Miss Annie Quirk of this city by whom he is survived with four children, May, age 10; John, age 7; David, age 5, and Anastacia, age 1. He is also survived by his parents, one brother John, and three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Gamester of So. Framingham, Mrs. Mary Westland and Mrs. Katherine Sullivan of Woburn. Funeral services will be held at St. Charles' church Thursday morning. [see also: Edward J. Ahern, Jr.]
Woburn Daily Times 24 March 1914
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LAST RITES FOR "CON" AHERN
Governor and Staff Attend the Funeral; Eagles Pay Fitting Tribute
   The funeral of the late Con A. Ahern occurred yesterday in Virginia City and was marked by attendance of Governor Oddie and staff as well as special ceremonies by the Order of Eagles. Requiem high mass was celebrated in the morning at St. Mary's church and at 2 o'clock the body was taken to Eagle hall where impressive services were held. Men prominent in political and fraternal circles from all over the state were in attendance.
   The body was brought to Reno last night on the local and was thence taken to San Francisco for interment Wednesday. Maurice Ahern of Stockton, a brother of the deceased, accompanied the remains to the coast. [see also: Minnie (Armour) Ahern, Mary E. "Mayme" (Hopkins) Ahern]
Nevada State Journal 24 March 1914
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Timothy Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, March 23, Timothy Ahearn. Funeral from the residence of his brother, John Ahearn, 11 O st., South Boston, Wednesday, March 25 at 8:15 a.m. Solemn requiem mass at St. Eulalia's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 24 March 1914
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WILL HOLD FUNERAL OF CON AHERN HERE
SAN FRANCISCO, March 25.—The body of Con A. Ahern, pioneer of Virginia City, Nev., who died last Saturday in his home, arrived in San Francisco yesterday for burial here. The funeral service was held Monday on Virginia City under the auspices of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. Ahern was the founder of the order in Nevada. Mrs. Ahern, the widow, is seriously ill in this city. Ahern located at Grass Valley, Cal. in 1857. In 1863 he walked from Grass Valley to the Comstock. For many years he was proprietor of the famous International Hotel of Virginia City and mayor of the city. Recently he spent several months in San Francisco, returning only a week before his death. [see also: Minnie (Armour) Ahern]
Oakland Tribune 25 March 1914
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EDWARD J. AHERN BURIED TODAY
Funeral services were held at St. Charles church this morning for Edward J. Ahern of Main street, who passed away Monday afternoon. Rev. Walter A. Fegan officiated and the bearers were John McCarthy, Charles McCarthy, Edward Callahan, John Turner, Henry McInnis, Patrick Finley, William Sullivan and Frank McLaughlin.
Woburn Daily Times 26 March 1914
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Annie (O'Brien) Ahern
AHERN—In Cambridge, March 29, Annie (nee O'Brien), widow of Thomas Ahern. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend funeral from her late home, 308 Norfolk st., Tuesday, March 31, at 9 a.m. Requiem high mass at St. Mary's Church at 10 o'clock. Burial at Malden.
The Boston Globe 30 March 1914
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Nellie L. (Dee) Ahern
Mrs. Nellie L. Ahern, nee Dee, beloved wife of the late David N. Ahern, sister of Dennis F., John T. Thomas F., and Mary L. Dee. Funeral from the residence of her brother, Thomas F. Dee, 116 S. Mason-av., formerly Howard-av., Austin, Thursday, April 9, 10 a.m., to Presentation church, by autos to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 9 April 1914
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William Ahern
AHERN—On April 11 at his residence, Windsor Cottages, William Ahern (gardener). Deeply regretted by his son and dau. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Patrick's Church on this day (Monday) at 3 o'clock, for St. Joseph's Cemetery.
The Cork Examiner 13 April 1914
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Mary (Kennedy) O'Hearn
Mrs. Mary O'Hearn, 76 years of age, and a resident of this county nearly all of her life, died at the home of her daughter, Mr. [sic] A. P. Croghan, in Cascade at 5:30 o'clock this morning. The funeral services will be held at 10:30 Thursday morning with interment in St. Mary's cemetery.

Mrs. O'Hearn was born in Maine, and came to Wisconsin and to Lima, when a girl, and this county has always been her home. Twelve years ago her husband Edward O'Hearn, a well known resident of this county died, and since that time she had made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Croghan. She was a sister of the late John F. Kennedy of Plymouth and Charles Kennedy of Sheboygan Falls, who died within the last few years. She has one sister living, Mrs. Sam Ogle, residing in this county, two daughters, Mrs. A. P. Croghan and Mrs. U. S. Swann, the latter residing in the town of Sherman, and six grandchildren. Mrs. O'Hearn was a woman beloved by all and in her death Sheboygan county loses one of its honored pioneers.

Sheboygan Press 14 April 1914
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Michael Joseph Ahern
AHERN.—On the 13th April, at Geelong, Michael Joseph, beloved son of James Ahern, of 2 Pearson street, Brighton (result of accident at Queenscliff), aged 18 years. R.I.P. [see also: James Ahern]
The Argus 14 April 1914
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Edmond Ahern
AHERN—On the 24th May, at Dean, at the residence of his son, Edmond Ahern, aged 86 years. R.I.P.
The Ballarat Courier 25 May 1914
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Edmond Ahern
The funeral of Mr. Edmond Ahern, a very old and much respected resident of Hadden, took place on Tuesday at the Scarsdale Cemetery, and was attened by a very large number of old friends and sympathisers. The coffin bearers were Messrs. E. K. Ahern, J. Ahern, and M. Ahern (sons of deceased), Maurice McGrath (brother-in-law), M. Hayes, and M. O'Keefe; and the pall was supported by Messrs. H. Bowles, W. Glavin, E. Flynn, T. Hannah, P. Bourke, M. Hayes, [?] Garland, D. Walsh, W. Kopke, Jas. Garland, J. Roach, G. Allen, and T. J. Hogan. The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev. Father Hennehan, of Smythredale, and the mortuary arrangements were carried out by Messrs. A. Pasco and Sons, undertakers, Creswick, and Steve Welllington and Son, in conjunction.
The Ballarat Courier 28 May 1914
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Ellen (Hartnett) O'Hern
Mrs. Ellen O'Hern, 62 years old, died yesterday afternoon at her residence, 2742 West Main Street of infirmities. She was the widow of Rodger O'Hern. A daughter, Miss Blanch O'Hern survives. Funeral services will be held at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning at the residence, and at 9 o'clock at St. Charles Borromeo's Church. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery.
Courier Journal 4 August 1914
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Ann Ahern
Ann Ahern, Aug. 11, 1914, beloved mother of Eugene W. and James J. Ahern. Funeral Friday, Aug. 14, 10 a.m., from her son's residence, 3632 S. La Salle-st., to Nativity church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Mount Olivet. Ottawa, Ill., papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 12 August 1914
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Mary (Casey) O'Hern
Word was received in the city yesterday of the death of Mrs. Mary O'Hearn [sic], which occurred yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ella Courtney of DuBois. Deceased was a former resident of this city.

Besides Mrs. Courtney with whom she made her home, deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. D. C. Dailey of Buffalo and Mrs. James Searle of DuBois and six sons, Rev. Maurice O'Hern of Clarendon; Rev. William O'Hern of Genesee; Dr. D. F. O'Hern of Bartlesville, Okla.; John O'Hern of Buffalo; Michael and Walter O'Hern of DuBois. Three nieces, the Misses Helen, Anna and Agnes Casey reside in Boardmanville.

The arrangements for the funeral will be announced later. The services will be attended by Mr. and Mrs. William Sheahan, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Conley, Mrs. Mary O'Hern, the Misses Helen, Anna and Agnes Casey and P. F. Dailey of this city, who will go to DuBois tomorrow. [see also: Ellen (Casey) O'Hern]

Olean Evening Herald 19 October 1914
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Mary (Ahearn) Healy
Mary Healy, nee Ahearn, at 3701 S. Hermitage-av., formerly of Lemont, Ill., beloved wife of the late James Healy, fond mother of John Conway, Cornelius Healy and Mrs. Joseph Jackson, devoted sister of James Ahearn and the late John and Cornelius Ahearn. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 9 a.m., from her late residence, to Our Lady of Good Counsel church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Archer limits and by special car to Sag Bridge. Member of St. Ursula court, No. 63, W. O. O. F. Member of Ursula court No. 63 W. O. O. F., will meet at 3701 S. Hermitage-av.
Chicago Tribune 20 October 1914
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Margaret (Ahern) Crowley
Margaret Crowley, nee Ahern, beloved wife of the late Jeremiah, mother of Jerome, William, and Florence Crowley and Mrs. George Schlenger. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. George Schlenger, 624 S. Kenneth-av., Tuesday, Oct. 27, to N. W. depot. Burial at Harvard, Ill. Train leaves 8:30 a.m.
Chicago Tribune 26 October 1914
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Margaret M. (Leahy) O'Hern
Margaret M. O'Hern, nee Leahy, wife of Officer Daniel C. O'Hern, beloved mother of Daniel Jr., Margaret, May, Catherine, Patrick, Mrs. J. J. Thornton, and the late Lawrence O'Hern, sister of Michael Lawrence, Daniel, Patrick H., Catherine and Mary Leahy, Mrs. B. Hunt, and the late John Leahy. Funeral Wednesday, Nov. 4, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 916 W. 54th pl., to Visitation church where requiem high mass will be celebrated by carriages to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 2 November 1914
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William J. O'Hearn
William J. O'Hearn, for fourteen years a member of the City Council, president of the Kentucky Colonels since its organization and superintendent of the J. B. Wathen Distillery for the last fifteen years, died at 4:55 o'clock yesterday afternoon at his home, 2435 West Broadway, of stomach trouble after an illness lasting eleven months. He was operated upon last April. Mr. O'Hearn fought his illness heroically and was at his office until last Monday. He was compelled to go to bed then and sank rapidly. He was conscious to the end and recognized his sisters and other relatives who were at the bedside an hour before his death. He was 55 years old and unmarried.

Representing the Twelfth Ward, Mr. O'Hearn was elected Alderman for fourteen years, but retired about eight years ago. He had opportunity to be elected president of the Board of Aldermen, but did not seek the office when he learned that Charles F. Grainger would be a candidate. Mr. Grainger was elected at that time. Mr. O'Hearn was a ready maker of friends and was a Democratic leader of his section of the city. He was made president of the Kentucky Colonels, a Democratic organization, when it was first organized, and had been re-elected every year since. He had never sought any other office except that of Alderman. He was a member of the orders of Elks and Red Men.

The funeral probably will be held tomorrow, but definite arrangements will not be made until the arrival of his nephew, George McCran, from Pennsylvania. Mr. McCran is a traveling man and a telegram notifying him of his uncle's death was sent yesterday to Redding. The Rev. Charles P. Raffo, pastor of St. Charles Borromeo Church, of which Mr. O'Hearn was a member, will conduct the services. Mr. O'Hearn was born in Louisville and was the son of Dennis and Mary O'Hearn. He received his education in the public schools and early in life started out for himself. He was identified with the Anderson-Nelson Distillery twenty-seven years before going to the Wathen Distillery. Surviving Mr. O'Hearn are two sisters, Mrs. J. McCran and Miss Mollie O'Hearn, a nephew, George McCran and a great-niece Miss Alice Sherrill McCran.

Courier Journal 20 November 1914
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Frank Joseph Ahern
AHERN — At Atlanta, Ga., on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1914, at 8:40 o'clock p.m., FRANK JOSEPH AHERN, son of Sallie Leaber and the late Joseph Ahern, aged twenty-three years four months and fifteen days, a native of New Orleans. Due notice of the funeral, from the residence of his mother, No. 2339 St. Thomas street, will be given. [see also: Bertha and Delia Ahern, James William Ahern]
The Times Picayune 11 December 1914
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Ellen O'Hearn
Mrs. Ellen O'Hearn, seventy-five years of age, mother of Police Sergt. Patrick O'Hearn, died of pneumonia at 2:10 o'clock Friday afternoon, following an illness of three weeks at her home, 1207 West Oak Street. She was a native of Ireland, coming here in 1866. Her husband, Jeremiah O'Hearn, died twenty-five years ago. She is survived by five sons, Jerry, Michael, Edward, John and Sergt. Patrick O'Hearn, and a daughter, Miss Katie O'Hearn. The funeral will be conducted from the residence at 8:45 o'clock Monday morning, and at 9 o'clock from St. William's Church of which she was a member. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 16 January 1915
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Ellen O'Hearn
O'HEARN—January 15, at 2:30 p.m., Mrs. Ellen O'Hearn. Funeral from the residence, 1207 West Oak Street, Monday morning at 8:45 and at St. William's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in St. Louis Cemetery.
Courier Journal 17 January 1915
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John Ahern
Venerable Railroad Man of Grafton Dies
John Ahern died Tuesday morning at his home after a very brief illness since Friday evening. He was one of Grafton's oldest citizens and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. A native of Ireland, he came to this country at the early age of ten and settled in Chillicothe, Ohio, where he commenced work as a boiler maker and continued in that occupation continuously for over fifty years, most of which time he worked and lived in Grafton.

In the year 1860, he and Mrs. Ahern, whose maiden name was Nagle, were married. They resided happily together and had two sons, one of whom died a few years ago. The surviving son, John H. Ahern, resides in New London, Canada. One sister also survives, being Mary Regan, of Lowell, Mass. All his other eight brothers and sisters have died. An adopted daughter, Mrs. William F. Faust, also survives, and has made her home with and cared for the comforts of her aged foster parents almost continuously for many years past.

The funeral took place this morning at the Catholic church where a large number of people gathered as a last mark of respect to the deceased and where the pastor, Father McElligott, said the solemn Mass and offices for the dead and paid a fitting tribute to the truly Christian life of the deceased. After the services, the remains were buried in Mt. Cavalry cemetery with undertaker McCabe in charge.

Grafton Leader 4 March 1915
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Dr. Thomas Gilbert Ahern
AHERN — On Friday, March 5, 1915, at 3 p.m., DR. THOMAS GILBERT AHERN, V. S., son of Malvina Buras and the late Capt. John Ahern and brother of John C., Wm. J. and Dora M. Ahern, age 30 years, a native of New Orleans and resident of this city for life. The funeral will take place from the residence, 5127 Coliseum street. Due notice of time will be given.
The Times Picayune 6 March 1915
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Jeremiah Ahern
The funeral took place in Cork on Saturday last of the late Mr. Jeremiah Ahern, of Maylor street, Cork. The remains were interred at St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mass was previously celebrated at St. Patrick's Church at 11 o'clock, by Rev. C. O'Leary, C.C. The cortege was large and impressive. Mr. Ahern was for many years a member of the Cork Corporation until ill-health forced his retirement some years ago. He represented the corn merchants on the Corn Market Committee, and was a member of committees of several charitable institutions in Cork city.
Irish Times 6 March 1915
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Michael J. Ahern
AHERN.—On Sunday, March 14, 1915, Michael J., beloved husband of the late Mary T. (nee Clifford.) Funeral from late residence, 520 Carlton Av., Brooklyn, on Wednesday, at 10 A. M., with solemn requiem mass at St. Joseph's R. C. Church. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. [see also: Stephen M. Ahern]
New York Times 15 March 1915
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IN MEMORIAM
Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN.—In loving memory of my dear grandma, Elizabeth Ahern, who departed this life March 18, 1909. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. Inserted by her loving granddaughter, Ileen Walker.
Sydney Morning Herald 18 March 1915
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Catherine (Coleman) Ahern
   Mrs. Catherine Ahern, who died last night at her home, 27 Vining court, this city, had 42 living grandchildren and 34 great-grandchildren. She is also survived by 5 sons and two daughters.
   Mrs. Ahern was the widow of John Ahern, well known in the South End, who died about 11 years ago. She was born in Ireland and had resided in America more than 40 years, the greater part of the time in Woburn. The illness which caused her death was of short duration, scarcely more than a few days, and was not thought at first to be serious. Advanced age, however, precluded the possibility of recovery, and she passed away last night.
   It is believed that the long list of grandchildren and great-grandchildren is a record for this vicinity. Besides these children she left five sons: Edward, David, Michael and Dennis of Woburn and John of New York. The two surviving daughters are: Mrs. John McCarthy and Mrs. Catherine Shea of Woburn.
Woburn Daily Times 7 April 1915
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Michael J. Ahern
IN MEMORIAM
AHERN — A month's mind mass for MICHAEL J. AHERN, at 9:30 a.m. at St Joseph's Church, Vanderbilt av. and Pacific st. Brooklyn.
Brooklyn Eagle 11 April 1915
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Daniel W. Ahern
Ahern — Daniel W., at his residence, 1404 E. 45th st. Burial Wednesday, 10 o'clock a. m., from the Immaculate Conception church. Friends invited. Findley (O.) papers please copy. 1850 - 1915. Calvary Cemetery Cleveland, Ohio. [see also: Mary Ahern]
— Cleveland Necrology, 20 April 1915
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Mary A. (Brush) Ahern
AHERN.—April 20, 1915, MARY A. AHERN (nee Brush), wife of the late William Ahern. Relatives and friends of family, also Champion Council, No. 8, D. of L., are invited to attend funeral services, Saturday, at 2 p.m., at her late residence, 2447 East Dauphin st. Interment at North Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 23 April 1915
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James Ahern
AHERN—In Forest Hills, May 3, James, beloved husband of Ellen Ahern, formerly of Hyde Park. Funeral from his late residence, 135 Hyde Park av., Thursday, May 6, at 8 a.m. High mass of requiem at St. Thomas' Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 4 May 1915
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Bridget Agnes Ahern
AHERN.—On the 30th April, at Yankalilla, Bridget Agnes, widow of the late Patrick Ahern, aged 54 years. R.I.P.
South Australian Advertiser 15 May 1915
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D. Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN—In Norwood, May 17, D. Joseph, beloved son of Michael J. and Julia Ahearn (nee Reardon), 31 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 118 Cottage st., Thursday, May 20, at 8:30 a.m. Solemn high mass at St. Catherine's Church at 9:30 o'clock. Late member of Norwood Council, K. of C.; Division 1, A. O. H., and Boston Musicians' Union. Interment in Holyhood Cemetery, Brookline.
The Boston Globe 19 May 1915
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Mary Norah "Minnie" Ahern
On May 20th, at 8, Park Owen, Mary Norah (Minnie), aged 9 1/2 months, infant daughter of B. E. and Kate Ahern; deeply regretted.
The Cork Examiner 21 May 1915
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James J. Ahern
James J. Ahern, June 11, at his residence, 7038 Normal- blvd. Funeral Monday, June 14, at 10 a.m., from St. Bernard's church, 66th and Steward-av. Interment at Mount Olivet by autos.
Chicago Tribune 13 June 1915
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Patrick Ahern
On June 15th, at his residence, Springfield, Castlemartyr, Patrick Ahern, R.D.C. Deeply regretted, R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday) at 2 p.m. for Mogeely. [see also: Ellie Ahern]
The Cork Examiner 16 June 1915
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Michael Ahern
On June 15th, at his residence, 59 Lynnette Avenue, Clapham Common, London, Michael Ahern (late warrant officer, R.N.), third son of the late Simon Ahern, Ballydanielmore, Queenstown. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 19 June 1915
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Pvt. William Ahern
On March 31st, killed in action in the battle of Elie, Private William Ahern, Royal Irish Rifles, aged 18 years, late of 98 Sheares street, Cork, and buried near Elie with military honours. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing father, aunt, and a large circle of friends. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on him. Mother of Sorrows pray for him.
The Cork Examiner 19 June 1915
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Patrick O'Hare
Patrick O'Hare passed away last Saturday at his home on Reed street, after a two years' illness. Mr. O'Hare was over 82 years of age, and was born in Ireland. He was a resident of this city for over 50 years. He had been for many years in the plastering business, retiring a few years ago on account of advancing years. He is survived by his wife, Sarah, one daughter, Mrs. John P. [Sadie Elizabeth] Ahearn, of Arlington, and four sons, William, John, Patrick and Michael. The funeral took place Monday morning. A high mass of requiem was sung at St. John's church at 9 o'clock by Rev. John R. McCool. The pallbearers were Michael Revane, Frank Green, Patrick McDonald, John Fitzgerald, Timothy Grainey and Patrick Jennings. There were many beautiful floral tributes. Burial was in the Rindge avenue cemetery.
Cambridge Chronicle 10 July 1915
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Mrs. Frances Ahern
Pn the 11th July, at her residence, Leadington, Mrs. Frances Ahern, widow of the late William Ahern. R.I.P. Funeral from her residence for Templenacarriga on this day (Tuesday) at 2 o'clock.
The Cork Examiner 13 July 1915
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Maud Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN.—On the 20th July, 1915, at Bairnsdale, Maud Elizabeth, daughter of Timothy and the late Martha Jane Ahern, aged 23 years. Rest in peace.
The Argus 31 July 1915
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Thomas A'Hearn
A'HEARN—In Forest Hills, July 29, Thomas, beloved son of Ellen and the late James A'Hearn, formerly of Hyde Park. Funeral from his late residence, 185 Hyde Park av, Sunday, Aug. 1, at 1:15 p.m. Services at St. Thomas Church at 2:15 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 1 August 1915
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Thomas A. Ahern
Thomas A. Ahern, a well-known plasterer contractor of this city, passed away at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon at his home, 723 Wagner street. He was 71 years old and for over half a century has been in this city. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, the Cathedral and the Married Men's Sodality of that church. He leaves the widow, a daughter, Mayme, and a brother, William Ahern. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the Cathedral. Burial will be made at the Catholic cemetery. [see also: Mary (Downey) Ahern]
The Fort Wayne News 9 August 1915
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Maurice Ahern
AHERN—In East Boston, Aug. 8, Maurice, beloved son of Maurice and Elizabeth Ahern (nee Curtin). Funeral from his late residence, 43 Morris st., Tuesday, at 8:15 a.m. Requiem mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. [see also: William F. Ahearn]
The Boston Globe 10 August 1915
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THOMAS AHERN DIES AT ADVANCED AGE
Prominent Contractor and Member of Hibernians Passed Away.
Thomas Ahern, aged 71 years, and for over fifty years, a resident of Fort Wayne, died Monday forenoon at his home, 723 Wagner street. Death was due to the infirmities of age. The deceased was a contractor, and was widely known in his years of work in the city. He was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians, and of the Cathedral congregation as well as the Married Men's Sodality of the Cathedral. Surviving are the widow, one daughter, Mayme, and a brother, William Ahern.
Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel 11 August 1915
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AHEARN—In South Boston, Aug. 12, Mary, beloved daughter of John and the late Elena Ahearn (nee Leahy). Funeral from the residence of her aunt, Mrs. Ellen Swanton, 212 West 9th st., Sunday, Aug. 15, at 1:30 p.m. Services at St. Augustine's Church at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited.
The Boston Globe 14 August 1915
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Mary Ahern
The funeral of Mrs. [sic] Mary Ahern was held yesterday at her home, 212 9th st, and there were services at St. Augustine's Church at 2 p.m. with Rev. M. C. Gilbride officiating. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery. At 8 o'clock this morning in St. Augustine's Church there was a high mass of requiem for the deceased with Rev. M. C. Gilbride as celebrant. The music was by the regular choir, under the direction of Miss Helen Roche, with Miss Grace Dignan soprano and Mrs. Ellen Farracy contralto.
The Boston Globe 16 August 1915
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SERGT J. T. O'HEARN DEAD.
Member of Police Department Since 1895
—Brother of Building Commissioner.
Sergt. John T. O'Hearn of the Fields Corner Police Station died yesterday morning at the Boston City Hospital following an operation. He was one of the popular members of the Police Department. He was a brother of Building Comissioner Patrick O'Hearn. Sergt. O'Hearn was operated on for what was thought to be cancer, and up to two days ago was said to be improving. So confident was he himself of returning to duty he remarked to Capt. Charles T. Reardon that he would be out in two weeks. His death has caused deep, genuine regret in Dorchester, where his family is very well known and highly esteemed.

Sergt. O'Hearn was born in Canning, N. S. Nov. 18, 1863. He was appointed a reserve man in the Police Department May 1, 1895, and assigned to Division 11. He was made a patrolman Nov. 8, 1895. Feb. 8, 1908, he was promoted to the rank of sergeant and assigned to Division 12, City Point, South Boston, and on Dec. 18, 1908, was sent to the Fields Corner division. He is survived by his wife, eight children, his mother and four brothers.

The Boston Globe 18 August 1915
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Mrs. Margaret Ahern
WARWICK, August, 30.
Mrs. Margaret Ahern, a very old and respected resident of Warwick, died yesterday morning. Deceased, who had reached the age of 82 years, was a native of Waterford, Ireland, and came to Queensland at an early age, settling in Warwick. Five sons survive her. The remains were interred at Stanthorpe.
The Brisbane Courier 31 August 1915
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PERSONAL MATTERS
Pte. John Patrick Ahern (killed in action) was the eldest son of Mr. E. Ahern, of Otaki. He was born in Blenheim, but went to Otaki when only two years of age, and had lived there practically ever since. He was twenty-seven years of age. One of his brothers, Hugh Ahern, is now at the Dardanelles.
The Wellington Evening Post 2 September 1915
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Rodney Ahearn
The death of Drummer Rodney Ahearn of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, from wounds received at the Dardanelles, has been heard with much regret in Newbridge and Naas districts. Drummer Ahearn was a native of Naas, where his Father, Private Richard Ahearn, was an officers' servant in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers' barracks for many years. He had just arrived at the age of 20 years, and having been wounded in action, he was removed to Port Said hospital on the 24th June, but, recovering quickly, he rejoined his regiment, and getting back to the firing line he was killed in action at the Dardanelles. Mrs. Ahearn, mother, has received information from the war office of the sad death of the gallant lad, the cause of death being stated as "died of wounds". Mr. Richard Ahearn, father of the deceased was a popular member of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, who fought right through the Boer War, and who for some years past was the staff of the Newbridge Post Office. When the present war started Mr. Ahearn immediately volunteered for active service, and was soon at the front with his old corps, the lst Dublins. He was very anxious to meet his son, who was in the fighting line, and although both were in Alexandria for some hours at the same time, in their different companies, they did not meet, neither did they while in fighting line afterwards. In a letter to his mother from the convalescent hospital, Port Said, on the 25th June, Drummer Ahearn said he had been wounded in the foot on the 18th June, but was going on splendidly,
So I think I have escaped very lucky, as I think I am one of the last of the old 1st battalion to leave the trenches. It is terrible the cutting up that battalion has got - in fact, the whole division. Each time there has been anything on the mat we have been there, so I think it is very near time that they gave us a rest, but there is no such thing. There is no rest or playing football, as there is on the other side. It is a break to get away for a few days after being two months 'on the go' day and night. I have been expecting one every day as I should like to know if my father is on his way out, as I have not heard of him. I suppose "Titch" is getting on tiptop. Is he gone to Belfast yet? I wrote him a postcard to the Curragh , but I suppose it will be forwarded to him, — Your Loving Son, Rodney.
In a War Office communication, dated 20th July, Mrs. Ahearn, mother, who resides at Newbridge, received a document from the Infantry Record Office, Island Bridge, to the effect that Drummer Rodney Ahearn, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, was wounded in action and admitted to the Government Hospital at Port Said. A further communications was received a notification of the death of Drummer Ahearn from the war office, expressing regret, the cause of death being stated as "died from wounds". It afterwards transpired that the information was only too correct. Drummer Rodney Ahearn was a great favourite with all who knew him, and much sympathy goes out to his mother at Newbridge, as well as to his father, who is at fighting in the trenches, both of whom are very well known in Naas.
Kildare Observer 4 September 1915
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Thomas Joseph Patrick Ahern
FUNERAL NOTICE—The Friends of Mr. THOMAS JOSEPH PATRICK AHERN, deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from the Funeral Parlour of the undersigned, Wickham street, Valley, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 1 o'clock, to the Nudgee R. C. Cemetery.
HILL & HUGHES, Undertakers.
FUNERAL NOTICE—The Friends of Misses ANNIE, MARY, EILEEN, and Mr. TOMMY AHERN are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their Father and Grandfather (Mr. T. J. P. Ahern), to move from the Funeral Parlour of the undersigned, Wickham street, Valley, THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, to the Nudgee R. C. Cemetery.
The Brisbane Courier 11 October 1915
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Margaret Ahearn
Ahearn—Margaret, passed away at Alliance, O., Oct. 12. Mother of Alma Ahearn and May Knight. Funeral Thursday at 2 p. m. from Woodland cemetery chapel.
— Cleveland Necrology, 14 October 1915
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Harold Whitehorn Ahern
   AHERN—In loving memory of our dear son, Harold Whitehorn Ahern (lance-corporal, The Buffs), who was killed in action, on October 18th, 1914, aged 19 years. Gone, but not forgotten.
      A sudden change, in a moment I fell,
      I had no time to bid my friends farewell,
      Think nothing strange, death comes to all,
      I today, tomorrow you may fall.
                —From Mother and Father
   AHERN—In loving memory of our dear brother, Harold Whitehorn Ahern (lance-corporal, The Buffs), who was killed in action, on October 18th, 1914, aged 19 years.
      We often sit and talk of him when we are all alone,
      For memory is the only friend that grief can call its own;
      Like ivy on the withered oak when other things decay
      Our love for him will still keep green and never fade away.
      He's gone, the one we loved so dear, to his eternal rest.
                —From Gertie and Harry
[See Dover War Memorial Project for photos and family details. see also: Albert Edward Ahern]
Dover Express 22 October 1915
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MOTHER OF O'HEARNS DIES.
Building Commissioner, Other Sons and Daughter From Boston
at Bedside in Nova Scotia.
Word was received yesterday in Dorchester of the death at Canning, N. S., of the 86-year-old mother of Building Commissioner Patrick O'Hearn. Mrs. O'Hearn had enjoyed excellent health until a little more than a month ago, when she was shocked by receiving news of the sudden death of her son, Sergt. John O'Hearn of the Adams-st., Dorchester Police Station. She was deeply interested in and followed closely all the movements of her children in the vicinity of Boston and seemed to lose ground steadily after that bad news.

At her bedside when death came were the Building Commissioner and Mrs. O'Hearn, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Mahoney, the latter a daughter, of Hyde Park; James O'Hearn of Dorchester, patrolman Richard O'Hearn of the West Dedham-st Station and Mrs. Ellen O'Hearn of Dorchester, the widow of Sergt. John O'Hearn.

The Boston Globe 23 October 1915
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Mayme (Hopkins) Ahern
AHERN—In Reno, October 26, 1915, Mayme Ahern, beloved wife of the late Con Ahern of Virginia City, sister of Mrs. Modesta Mott and Alice Hopkins of San Francisco, Sister M. Antone of Mercy hospital, Los Angeles, Joseph Hopkins of Richmond, Cal., John H. and William F. Hopkins of Winslow, Ariz., aged 39 years. Remains at the parlors of the Perkins-Gulling company and will be accompanied to San Francisco tonight by her sister, Alice Hopkins, for interment.
Nevada State Journal 27 October 1915
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CON AHERN'S WIDOW IS DEAD IN RENO
VIRGINIA CITY, Oct.27.—News was received here today of the death in Reno of Mrs. Mayme Ahern, widow of Con Ahern. She had been ill for several months. Three sisters survive her—Mrs. Modesta Mott and Alice Hopkins of Los Angeles, Sister M. Antone of Mercy Hospital, Los Angeles—and three brothers, Joseph Hopkins of Richmond, Cal., and John H. and William F. Hopkins of Winslow, Ariz. She was 39 years old. The remains will be shipped by the Perkins-Gulling Company of Reno to San Francisco, where burial will take place.
Reno Evening Gazette 27 October 1915
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FRIENDS FROM SOUTH COME TO THIS CITY
News of Death of Mrs. Ahern Is Received With Deep Regret by Virginia Cityites
Last evening the remains of Mrs. Mary E. Ahern, who died in this city Tuesday, were accompanied to San Francisco where interment will be made. The body was accompanied by a sister of the deceased, Miss Alice Hopkins of San Francisco. Mrs. Ahern was the widow of the late Cornelius Ahern, a well known mining man of Virginia City. She was aged 39 years and was a native of Kentucky. She had been an invalid for the past three or four months. As a token of the respect in which the memory of the late Con Ahern of Virginia City was held by the residents of that place, two auto parties came up from the Comstock yesterday as soon as they learned of the death of Mrs. Ahern. One party was composed of Chief of Police Ed. Klaus of Virginia City, Roy Barry, commissioner of Storey county, and Attorney Paul Coryell. Another party consisted of William and Thomas Marks, the latter administrator of the estate of the late Virginia business man. In addition to this number was "Colonel" William Brady, the colored janitor and steward of the Douglas buildings, who was a friend of Mr. Ahern in his lifetime.
Nevada State Journal 28 October 1915
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Mary E. "Mayme" (Hopkins) Ahern
The body of the late Mrs. Con Ahern, which was taken to San Francisco for interment, was laid to rest by the remains of her late husband, Con Ahern on Saturday. Many former Comstockers were present at the funeral, with the friends and members of the family.
Reno Evening Gazette 1 November 1915
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Patrick Ahern
The funeral of Patrick Ahern, for many years a resident of this town, took place at 155 Warren street, Friday morning, Oct. 29. A high mass of requiem was celebrated in St. Agnes' church by the pastor, Rev. Matthew J. Flaherty. The music was under the direction of Miss Lucy J. Butler and was by the choir of the church. The bearers were Arthur Coughlin, Cornelius Coughlin, Michael Coughlin and Dennis Ahern.
The Arlington Advocate 4 November 1915
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Patrick Joseph "Paddy" Ahearne
AHEARNE — On November 6th at the North Fever Hospital, Patrick Joseph (Paddy), eldest son of Mary and the late Patrick Ahearne, 5 Belgrave Avenue. R.I.P. Funeral from the hospital on tomorrow (Tuesday), 9th inst., at 2 o'clock, for St. Finbarr's Cemetery.
The Cork Examiner 8 November 1915
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Bessie (Ahern) Fitzpatrick
Bessie Fitzpatrick, nee Ahern, beloved wife of Thomas A., fond mother of May, Adeline, Honor, Thomas, and Julia, sister of May Woods. Funeral Sunday at 11 a.m. from her late residence, 2120 S. Lawndale av., to Blessed Sacrament church by autos to Mount Carmel.
Chicago Tribune 14 November 1915
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Norah Ahern
AHERN—On November 13th, 1915, Norah, elder daughter of the late Dr. Michael Ahern, Brosna, Co. Kerry, aged 27 years. R.I.P. Funeral leaves Brosna at 12 o'clock on this day (Monday) for Templeglantane.
The Cork Examiner 15 November 1915
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John Aherne
AHERNE — On November 24th at his residence, Ballineady, Farran, John Aherne, at an advanced age. R.I.P. Funeral on the day (Friday) at 1:30 for Ovens.
The Cork Examiner 26 November 1915
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William Aherne
AHERNE — On Dec, 5th at Glenmore, Glanmire, William Aherne. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Tuesday) at 2 o'clock from Knockrea R. C. Church in Kilquane.
The Cork Examiner 6 December 1915
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James Ahern
AHERN — On Dec. 19th, James Ahern of Corbally, Glanworth. Funeral on this day (Monday) at 1 o'clock for Gortroe via Glanworth.
The Cork Examiner 20 December 1915
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN — At his residence, Ballintemple, Thomas, son of the late John Ahern. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing mother, sisters, and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Michael's R. C. Church, Blackrock, at 3 o'clock on to-morrow (Sunday) for Ballintemple.
The Cork Examiner 1 January 1916
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Mrs. Julia Ahern
AHERN — On Jan. 9th, at her residence, Balligarry, Belgooly, Julia, relict of the late William Ahern. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing family and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Tuesday) for Tracton Abbey. [duplicate?]
The Cork Examiner 11 January 1916
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Mary (Desmond) Ahern
AHERN—In this city, January 23, Mary, dearly beloved wife of Patrick Ahern, loving mother of Roger F. Ahern, Mrs. G. M. Lawlor, Mrs. F. W. Lusk, Mrs. J. P. Mulhern, loving sister of Mrs. Ellen Burke of Oakland and Timothy Desmond of San Francisco, a native of Bandon, Ireland, aged 63 years.

Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow (Tuesday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m., from her late resididence, 1692 Seventeenth street; thence to St. Marty's church, Seventh and Jefferson streets, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 10 o'clock a.m. Interment, St. Mary's cemetery, by automobile.

Oakland Tribune 24 January 1916
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Ellen (Friel) Ahern
AHERN.—Jan. 31, 1916, ELLEN, beloved wife of James P. Ahern and daughter of the late Patrick and Sarah J. Friel. Relatives and friends are invited to attend funeral, Friday at 8.30 a.m., from her husband's residence, 2353 E. Allegheny ave. Solemn requiem mass at Church of the Nativity, at 10 a.m. Interment at St. Ann's Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 3 February 1916
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Maurice Ahern
AHERN — At New York on Saturday, January 8th, Maurice Ahern, beloved son of Timothy M. Ahern and Margaret Collins, native of Knockwillin, County Cork.
The Cork Examiner 5 February 1916
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Matt Ahern
AHERN — On Feb. 5th, at North Infirmary, Matt Ahern, youngest son of John Ahern, Barryscourt. Deeply regretted. Funeral on this day (Monday) from R. C. Church, Carrigtwohill, for burial grounds at 3 o'clock p.m.
The Cork Examiner 7 February 1916
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Johannah (O'Connor) O'Hern
Johannah O'Hern, nee O'Connor, Feb. 24, 1916, formerly of Libertyville, Ill., beloved wife of John O'Hern, mother of John Jr., Mary Catherine, Cornelius, and the late Thomas O'Hern, and sister of James O'Connor, Mrs. H. Sheeler, and Mrs. J. D. Casserly. Funeral from daughter's residence, 215 Artesian-av., Saturday, Feb. 26, at 9:30, to St. Columbkill's church, by autos to Chicago and Northwestern depot. Interment at Waukegan, Ill.
Chicago Tribune 25 February 1916
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MRS J.H. MAHER LOSES HER MOTHER
   Mrs. J.H. Maher, wife of Undertaker J.H. Maher, of 25 Easton avenue, has the sincere sympathy of her many friends in the loss of her mother, Mrs. Maria Ahearn, widow of James Ahearn of Elizabeth, who died at her daughter's home Sunday night, after an illness of three weeks.
   Mrs. Ahearn was formerly of Elizabeth, but came to this city, with her daughter and family. She was a woman who possessed many lovable traits of character which endeared her to all with whom she came in contact.
   Mrs. Ahearn is survived by one daughter, Mrs. J.H. Maher, of this city, and two sons, John J. Ahearn, of Elizabeth and James F. Ahearn of Newark.
   The funeral will be held from her daughter's home, 25 Easton avenue, on Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock, and from St. Peter's Church at nine. The interment will be in Mount Olivet cemetery, Elizabeth.
The New Brunswick Times 29 February 1916
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Johana Ahearn
Mrs. Johana Ahearn, beloved mother of Mrs. George F. Rider, 6434 Dante av., and Mrs. Mary Livingston, St. Louis, Mo., aged 75 years and 8 months, March 3, 1916. Funeral services Sunday at 1 p.m. at St. Cyril's church, thence to Union station. Burial at Newport, Pa. St. Louis papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 4 March 1916
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Lawrence Ahern
Lawrence Ahern, March 6, fond brother of Mrs. Michael Sullivan, Sister Nora and Sister Katie Ahern, Order of the Sacred Heart; John, Michael, and Margaret Ahern. Native of Youghal, County Cork, Ireland. Funeral Thursday, March 9, 9:30 a.m., from sister's home, 2226 S. Hamlin-av., to Blessed Sacrament church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, autos to Mt. Carmel. Member of Division 20, A. O. II. Friends wishing seats phone Lawndale 2556.
Chicago Tribune 8 March 1916
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Nora (Lane) Ahern
Nora Ahern, nee Lane, dearly beloved wife of Daniel, fond mother of Cornelius Joseph Ahern, and sister of Mrs. N. J. Kenny, native of New Market, County Cork, Ireland. Funeral Monday, March 27, 8:30 a. m., from late residence, 4519 Gladys-av., to St. Mel's church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; autos to Mount Olivet. For seats or limousines call Kedzie 2394.
Chicago Tribune 26 March 1916
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Francis A. "Frank" Ahern
Frank Ahern, aged 44, of 21 Webster st., died yesterday at his home of heart trouble. He is survived by three children, Frank Jr., who is employed in the Town Engineering Department; Miss Loretta Ahern and Everett Ahern. The funeral will take place at his home tomorrow afternoon. [see also: c]
The Boston Globe 15 April 1916
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Francis A. Ahern
The funeral of Frank A. Ahern was held at his late residents, [sic] 21 Webster street, Sunday afternoon. Interment was in St. Paul's Cemetery. Monday morning in St. Agnes church a high mass of requiem was celebrated. [see also: Everett James Ahern, Loretta E. (Ahern) Mahony, Nellie E. (Fermoyle) Ahern]
The Arlington Advocate 22 April 1916
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Thomas F. Ahearn
On May 28, 1916, Thomas F. Ahearn, beloved son of John F. Ahearn and Elizabeth (nee Atwell.) Funeral from his late residence, 296 East Broadway, Wednesday, May 31, at 10 A. M. to St. Mary's Church, Ridge and Grand Sts., where a solemn mass of requiem will be offered up for the repose of his soul.

Thomas F. Ahearn, son of John F. Ahearn, formerly Borough President of Manhattan, died on Saturday night at his father's home, 206 East Broadway, in his thirty-second year. He was for several years Vice President of the Hays Printing Company and was unmarried.
New York Times 30 May 1916
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William Ahern
AHERN -- Killed in action on board H.M.S. Indefatigable on May 31st, William Ahern, (blacksmith), sixth son of the late Richard and Mary Ahern, of Ballyvoloon, Whitegate, aged 34 years. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife, child, sisters, brothers, and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. On his soul sweet Jesus have mercy.
The Cork Examiner 13 June 1916
AHERN -- In loving memory of my dear husband, William Ahern (blacksmith), killed in action on board H.M.S. Indefatigable, off Jutland, on the 31st of May, 1916. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on him. — (Inserted by his loving wife and child).
The Cork Examiner 31 May 1917
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Thomas A. O'Hern
Thomas A. O'Hern, June 29, fond husband of Eugenia, nee Ferris, father of Mary, Frances, and Catherine Louise, son of Patrick and the late Mary O'Hern, brother of John, James, Joseph, the Rev. C. A. O'Hern. Mrs. C. A. McMahon, and Sister Mary Gongage.
Chicago Tribune 2 July 1916
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John Ahern
John Ahern, Able Seaman, H.M.S. Indefatigable, killed in action on May 31st, eldest son of Mr. Garrett Ahern, Newman's Mall, Kinsale. He was a popular young fellow, and his death is much regretted in Kinsale. He has several relatives on active service.
The Cork Examiner 4 July 1916
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James R. O'Hearn
Death came suddenly to one of Richland county's best known farmers last Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock when James R. O'Hearn was stricken with apoplexy at his home four miles south of Mansfield and passed away. Mr. O'Hearn had been complaining for some time and during the week preceeding his demise had been confined to his bed most of the time. His condition had not been considered serious and on Thursday he told members of his family that he was feeling better. Born near Lexington 56 years ago, Mr. O'Hearn had been a resident of Richland county during the greater part of his life. He also resided in the vicinity of Loudonville for several years. Surviving him are his wife, Mrs. Frances O'Hearn, and five children—Mrs. M.L. Fulmer of Loudonville; Mrs. Paul Dillon of Mansfield; Miss Eva O'Hearn and Arthur and Carl O'Hearn at home. Two sons preceded the father in death. Mr. O'Hearn also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Edward Hazlett of Butler, Mrs. Anna Lemley of Mansfield, and one brother, Michael O'Hearn of Butler. Funeral services were held Tuesday at 9:00 a.m., at St. Peter's Catholic church in Mansfield. Interment was made at Mansfield. [see also: Patrick O'Hearn, William O'Hearn]
Loudonville Democrat 13 July 1916
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James R. O'Hearn
James R. O'Hearn died at his late home, four miles south of Mansfield, Friday evening at 6 o'clock. Aged 56 years. He had been in ill health for a week although his condition was not considered serious. On Friday, however, he was stricken with apoplexy, which caused his death. He was well and favorably known in Loudonville having resided just west of town several years ago. He is survived by his wife, and the following children: Arthur, Carl and Miss Eva O'Hearn, who reside at home, Mrs. Luther Fulmer of Loudonville, and Mrs. Paul Dillon, of Mansfield. Also one brother, Michael O'Hearn, of Butler, and two sisters, Mrs. Edward Hazlett, of Butler, and Mrs. Anna Lemley, of Mansfield. Funeral services were held at St. Peter's Catholic church in Mansfield, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment at Mansfield.
Loudonville Advocate 13 July 1916
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Private C. Ahern
Private C. Ahern, 2nd R[oyal]. D[ublin]. Fusiliers, Bachelor's Quay, Cork, killed in action in France on July 1st, age 19 years; he also has three more brothers serving with the colours; two of them are at present in France.
The Cork Examiner 22 July 1916
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DIED ON SERVICE.
Lieutenant Timothy Patrick Ahern
AHERN—Killed in action, in France, on the 20th of July, 1916, Lieutenant Timothy Patrick Ahern, second eldest son of Timothy and Minnie Ahern, and brother of Jack, Nellie, Joe, Nora, Eileen, and Charlie, of 294 Clarke street, Northcote, R.I.P. "Loved by all who knew him."
The Argus 8 August 1916
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James Ahern
James Ahern, beloved son of Matthew and Johanna, nee [?], brother of Joseph, John, Eleanor, and Thomas Ahern. Funeral Tuesday, Aug. 29, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 711 N. Kedzie-av., autos to Mount Carmel. For seats or limousines call Kedzie 2394.
Chicago Tribune 28 August 1916
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James Ahern
AHERN—On 29th August, 1916, at his residence, 7 Seminary Buildings, James, beloved husband of Annie Ahern. Deeply and deservedly regretted. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Nicholas' Church, Blackpool at 12 o'clock on to-morrow (Thursday) for Lisgoold. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray for him.
The Cork Examiner 30 August 1916
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Hugh "Sandy" Ahearn
ROSEWOOD, September l8.
News was received from the military authorities yesterday that Private Hugh ("Sandy") Ahearn had been killed in France. He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ahearn, of Rosevale, who are old and respected residents of the district.
The Brisbane Courier 19 September 1916
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Tryphena Elizabeth Ahearn
AHEARN.—On the 4th October, at St. Ann's, Gray street, Hamilton, Tryphena Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Joseph Ahearn, aged 61 years.
The Argus 5 October 1916
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Reginald James Ahern
ROLL OF HONOUR
DIED OF WOUNDS
NEW ZEALAND RIFLE BRIGADE.
Ahern, R. J., 24/1884 (Mrs. J. [John] G. [Gerald] Ahern, Aramoho, m.); 23rd September
The Wellington Evening Post 7 October 1916
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Patrick O'Hern
Patrick O'Hern, age 83 years, beloved husband of the late Mary O'Hern, father of John, James Joseph, Rev. C. A. O'Hern, Mrs. C. A. McMahon, and Sister Mary Gonzaga and the late Thomas O'Hern. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from residence of John O'Hern., 5706 South Park-av., to St. Anselm's church; autos to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 13 October 1916
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PATRICK O'HERN
PATRICK O'HERN of 5706 South Park avenue died at his son's residence on Thursday at the age of 78. He enjoyed one of the happiest moments of his life last year when his son, Mgr. O'Hern, was appointed vice rector of the American college in Rome, with the right of succession. Born in Country Clare, Ireland, March 17, 1833, he came to this country in 1864. Besides Mgr. O'Hern he is survived by John O'Hern, general superintendent of Armour & Co., James and Thomas O'Hern, Mrs. C. A. McMahon, and Sister Mary Gonzago. Services will be held at St. Anselm's Roman Catholic church this morning at 10 o clock.
Chicago Tribune 14 October 1916
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Dennis Ahern
AHERN—Dennis Ahern, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. Fred Fredericksen, 1000 N. Leamington-av.; beloved husband of the late Mamie Ahern, nee Morton, and father of Eddie, son of the late Dennis and Hanora Ahern, brother of Mrs. Daniel J. Rooney. Funeral Monday, Nov. 13, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Patrick's church; autos to Mount Carmel cemetery. Member of Sprinkler Fitters' local union 281.
Chicago Tribune 12 November 1916
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Patrick Ahern
Patrick Ahern, Nov. 13, 1916, at his residence, 3645 S. Paulina-st., beloved husband of Eleanora, nee Long, fond father of John J., James F., and Thomas. Funeral notice later. Member of Illinois council No. 420, K. and L. of S.
Chicago Tribune 14 November 1916
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Rachel (Fallon) O'Hearn
Mrs. Rachel O'Hearn, aged 80 years, died at the home of her niece at Plymouth last week and the body was brought to Butler, Saturday, and taken to Bunker Hill for funeral services. Interment was afterward made in the Pine Run cemetery near where she resided many years. She is the last of the Fallon family, which was one of the pioneer families of the Bunker Hill neighborhood. Her niece, Mrs. Harry Bowman, of Plymouth, survives her. [Rachel was 2nd wife of James O'Hearn.]
Loudonville Advocate 16 November 1916
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Denis Ahern
AHERN — On Nov. 19th Denis Ahern (plumber), 23 Grattan street. Deeply regretted by his wife and relatives. Funeral from SS Peter and Paul's on to-morrow (Tuesday) at 3 o'clock for St. Joseph's cemetery.
The Cork Examiner 20 November 1916
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Joseph William O'Hearn
O'Hearn — Joseph William, age 34, at home of his mother, Mrs. Anna O'Hearn (nee Raney), 1600 E. 32d, Dec. 25, at noon. Funeral from St. Columbkill's church Wednesday, Dec. 27, 8:30 a. m. Interment Calvary cemetery. Please omit flowers. Auto funeral.
— Cleveland Necrology, 26 December 1916
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Patrick O'Hern
Patrick O'Hern, one of Cuba's oldest and most reputable resident died of pneumonia at this residence, 3 Bishop street, last Wednesday morning.

A sturdy but humble descendant of a famous Irish clan, the O'Hern's or O'Houghernes of Killarney, he with four cousins, Patrick, John, Morris and Jeremiah, came to this country more than sixty years ago, settling in this neighborhood and laboring steadfastly and contentedly, managing by thrift and earnest efforts to give an education to their children, which has enabled them to take responsible positions in various professions. The deceased Cuban first went to work as a lad, on the Loveridge farm on Champlin Hill and until recent years was a respected laboring man, who had the satisfaction of seeing his only living son, Joseph O'Hern develop into an able educator, being now Assistant Superintendent of Public Schools in Rochester. From the four cousins, who settled in Fay Hollow, between Hinsdale and Olean, have sprung others who have attained professional success. They include Dr. Lewis O'Hern, professor in the Catholic University at Washington, Rev. J. F. O'Hern, rector of the Rochester Cathedral, Major Edward P. O'Hern of the U.S. Army, Dr. Walter O'Hern of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Rev. W. E. O'Hern of Eldred and Rev. Thomas E. O'Hern who is rapidly making his mark in Buffalo. The main aim and earnest endeavor of the earlier O'Herns who raised large families appears to have been to impress the educational idea on their offsprings, who have well profited thereby. Besides the son already mentioned Mr. O'Hern's widow and a daughter, Mrs. P. S. McNamara, survive him. The latter has resided with and done much caring for her father and his wife.

The funeral services will be conducted in Our Lady of Angels church with Rev. D. J. White as Master of Ceremonies, Rev. J. F. O'Hern, celebrant and preaching by the Dr. Lewis O'Hern, at 10 o'clock on Saturday and the interment in the Cuba cemetery will follow. [see also: Rev. Philip E. O'Hern]

— Unidentified paper, 1917
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"Billy" Ahearn
Little "Billy" Ahearn, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ahearn, formerly of this city, died Sunday morning at an early hour from the effects of an operation for acute intestinal trouble performed at a Richmond, Va. Hospital. Mr. Ahearn was a former assistant at the local weather bureau station, but was transferred to Richmond two months ago when the position was abolished. The couple have an infant boy. The body was brought to Burlington by the parents for burial yesterday.
Burlington Weekly Free Press 4 January 1917
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Mary Ahern
AHERN.—On the 13th January, at her residence, Clarendon street, Hamilton, Mary Ahern, aged 83 years. R.I.P.
The Argus 16 January 1917
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DEATH OF JIM AHERN
Was Popular Railroad Man Here For Many Years.
Mrs. H. J. Butler, residing on Clarke street, received word this week of the death of her uncle, James Ahern, which occurred at his home in Massac county, Illinois, on January 5, 1917, at the age of 77 years, four months and five days. Mr. Ahern was born at Hartford, Conn., on August 30, 1839. He is survived by his wife. Mr. Ahern served as a soldier in the Civil War and shortly after the close of the strife came west and was a freighter and teamster in the early days, making trips to California and the Black Hills. He was a resident of LeMars for many years and was employed at the Illinois Central freight depot here for more than twenty years and on his retirement from service was pensioned by the company. Since leaving LeMars he and his wife made their home in Illinois for the past ten years. Mr. Ahern had a host of acquaintances in LeMars and was well liked by everybody who knew him. [see also: Katherine Theresa (Ahern) Grimes]
LeMars Weekly Sentinel 19 January 1917
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Kate (Sheehan) Ahern
AHERN — On Jan. 18th at her residence, Ballinphelic, Ballygarvan, Kate, dearly-loved wife of Michael Ahern, and daughter of the late Thomas P. Sheehan, Meadstown. Deeply and deservedly regretted. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) from Ballygarvan R.C. Church at 2 o'clock for Liscleary.
The Cork Examiner 20 January 1917
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John Ahern
AHERN — On Jan 25th, John Ahern, Rathpeacon, at an advanced age. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Nicholas R.C. Church, Blackpool on this day (Saturday) at 12.30 for Grenagh.
The Cork Examiner 27 January 1917
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John P. Ahearn
John P. Ahearn, one of Alexandria's well known citizens, died suddenly last night at his home at 915 Prince street. He had just arrived at the house, when he suddenly was stricken with heart disease. Dr. M. D. DeLaney and Dr. S. B. Moore were called, but Mr. Ahearn did not regain consciousness and passed away in about half an hour. Mr. Ahearn was sixty-four years old and unmarried. With his brother, M. A. Ahearn, he had been engaged in the grocery business for many years. He was a son of the late John Ahearn. The funeral will be held at 9:30 Saturday morning from St. Mary's Church.
The Washington Times 8 February 1917
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Mary Ahern
AHERN — on Feb. 9th at 11, Orelia Terrace, Queenstown, Mary, beloved wife of William Ahern (Chief Boatswain, R.N.) Funeral for Old Church Cemetery, at 3.30 p.m., on to-morrow (Sunday).
The Cork Examiner 10 February 1917
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Mary (Downey) Ahern
Mrs. Mary Ahern, wife of William Ahern, 305 East DeWald street, died yesterday morning at the family home following an illness of one year, due to complications. She was fifty-five years of age and was born in Ireland. She came to Fort Wayne thirty-five years ago and has resided here ever since. Mrs. Ahern was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic church and of the rosary society and the Sacred Heart league. Surviving besides the husband are the following children— Thomas J., Elizabeth, Mrs. G. Muhler, Anna, Joseph, Nora and Catherine, all of Fort Wayne, and one brother, John Downey, of Chicago. [see also: Thomas Ahern.]
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette 18 February 1917
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Joseph Walter Ahern
GLOUCESTER LOOSES ANOTHER BRAVE SOLDIER. Official word came yesterday that Pte. Joseph Walter Ahern, son of Michael of Nigadoo N.B. reported missing a couple of months ago is now known to have been killed in action on Sept. 20 last. Pte. Ahern was a nephew of Mrs. James Power of this town, and his death will be deeply regretted by many friends.
Gloucester Northern Light 23 February 1917
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Patrick O'Hearn
The funeral of Patrick O'Hearn, 59 years old, and a veteran motorman on the Seventh-street car line, who died at 12:30 o'clock yesterday at his home, 953 South Twelfth Street, following a short illness, will be held at 8:30 o'clock tomorrow morning at the residence and at 9 o'clock at the St. Louis Bertrand Church. Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery. He leaves his wife, Mollie O'Hearn; one sister, Hanna O'Hearn, and two brothers, James and Owen O'Hearn.
Louisville Times 27 February 1917
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John Ahern
AHERN — On March 19th at his residence, 57, Dominick St., John, dearly loved son of David and Eilen Ahern. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing parents, brothers and sisters. R.I.P. Funeral from Cathedral on this day (Wednesday) at 3 o'clock, for St. Joseph's Cemetery. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 21 March 1917
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Catharine C. Ahearn
AHEARN.—March 18, CATHARINE C., daughter of late John and Mary Ahearn. Relatives and friends invited to funeral. Thurs., 7:30 a.m., 2408 N. Napa st. (31st and York sts.) Solemn requiem mass Church of Most Precious Blood 9 a.m. Int. Holy Cross Cem.
Evening Public Ledger 21 March 1917
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Timothy Ahern
AHERN — On 21st March, 1917, at his residence, Rathcanning, Dahgourney, Timothy, son of the late James Ahern. Deeply regretted by his brothers and sisters. R.I.P. -- Funeral on this day (Friday) at 1 o'clock for Churchtown, Midleton.
The Cork Examiner 23 March 1917
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Sophia Emma (Duncan) Ahern
AHERN — On Friday, April 6, 1917, at 11 p.m., SOPHIA EMMA DUNCAN, wife of Wm. C. Ahern. Interment took place Saturday at 4 p.m., Metairie Cemetery.
The Times Picayune 8 April 1917
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN — On April 8th (Easter Sunday), at his residence, Ballyknock, Dungourney, Patrick Ahern. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. Funeral took place on Tuesday to family burial ground, Mogeely.
The Cork Examiner 12 April 1917
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Norah Ahern
AHERN — At her residence, The Baths, Youghal, Norah Ahern, daughter of the late Daniel Ahern, of Youghal. Deeply regretted by all who knew her. R.I.P. Funeral at Youghal on this day (Monday) at 4 o'clock.
The Cork Examiner 16 April 1917
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Peter Ahern
Peter Ahern, 5822 Wayne-av., suddenly, at Cincinnati, O. Funeral notice later.
Chicago Tribune 23 April 1917
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THE LATE LANCE-CORPORAL G. AHERN
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Lance-Corporal G. Ahern.
Lance Corporal Gerald Ahern was killed in action on April 2, 1917, in France. Before enlisting he was on home service at Fort Glanville, and prior to that was employed at the Islington workshops. He was well liked by a large circle of friends.
South Australian Advertiser 27 April 1917
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Frances (O'Hern) Thornton
Frances Thornton, nee O'Hern, April 29, 1917, beloved wife of John, fond mother of John Jr., beloved daughter of Officer Daniel O'Hern, fond sister of Daniel Patrick, Mrs. O'Conner, Mrs. Donnelly, and Mrs. Smith. Funeral Tuesday, May 1, at 9 a.m., from late residence, 6104 Champlain-av., to Holy Cross church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated; automobiles to Mount Olivet. [see also: Margaret M. (Leahy) O'Hern]
Chicago Tribune 30 April 1917
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Jeremiah Aherne
AHERNE — On April 29th, at his son's residence, Kilcrea, Farran, Jeremiah Aherne. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing family. R.I.P. Funeral for Ovens at 2 o'clock to-day (Tuesday).
The Cork Examiner 1 May 1917
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Ellen (Ahearn) McGuire
Ellen McGuire [nee Ahearn], May 2, beloved wife of the late John B., fond mother of Kitty, Jessie, Mrs. Eulalia Syring and the late William J. McGuire, native of County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral Friday, 9 a.m., from her late residence, 5036 Evans-av., to Corpus Christi church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, thence by autos to Mount Olivet. For seats call Yards 703.
Chicago Tribune 3 May 1917
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Joseph Aherne
AHERNE — Killed in action on Nov. 13th, 1916, Pte. Joe Aherne, Royal Fusiliers (Sportsmen's Battalion), eldest and dearly-loved son of Mary Aherne and the late William Aherne, 46 Barret's Buildings. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing mother, sister, and brother.
The Cork Examiner 5 May 1917
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Private Joseph Ahern
Sportsmen's Battalion, Royal Fusiliers, missing since November, 1916, now reported killed. Before joining the colours he was a member of the Irish National Volunteers. He resided at 36 Barret's Buildings, Cork.
The Cork Examiner 17 May 1917
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Johanna Ahern
AHERN — On May the 4th at the Hospital, Cork, Johanna Ahern, beloved wife of the late Denis Ahern, Lyreheague, Rockchapel, Co. Cork. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 12 May 1917
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John Ahern
AHERN — Previously reported missing, now reported killed in action in France on the 7th July, 1916, John Ahern, aged 19 years, Royal Sussex Regiment, late of Irish National Volunteers, youngest son of the late John Ahern and Mrs. Anne Ahern, Corban Square, Military Road, Cork. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing mother, sister, brother and brother-in-law. R.I.P. Sadly missed and deeply mourned.
The Cork Examiner 12 May 1917
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William Ahern
AHERN — At his residence, Kipawn, Bartlemy, William Ahern. Deeply regretted by his fond wife and family. R.I.P. Funeral this day (Monday), at 2 o'clock sharp, for Gortroe.
The Cork Examiner 14 May 1917
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Mrs. Margaret Ward
WARD -- In San Francisco, Cal., May 14, 1917, Mrs. Margaret WARD, beloved wife of the late Bernard WARD, mother of W.P. WARD and Mrs. Thomas AHERN, a native of County Tipperary, Ireland, aged 86 years. Friends are invited to attend the funeral today (Wednesday), May 16, 1917, from her late residence, No. 129 Commonwealth avenue, San Francisco, at 9:30 a.m., thence to St. Edward Church on California street, where requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment Oak Hill, San Jose, at 2 p.m. Please omit flowers.
San Jose Mercury Herald 16 May 1917
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Henry P. Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, April [May?] 16, 1917, Henry P. Ahearn. Funeral from the parlours of Est. of M. Hourigan Saturday morning at 8.20. Requiem mass at St. Patrick's church at 9.
Norwich Bulletin 18 May 1917
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Mrs. Ahern
AHERN — On the 19th May at her residence, Ballydaniel, Ballymacoda, Mrs. Ahern. Deeply regretted by her family. Funeral for Clonpriest on this day (Monday).
The Cork Examiner 21 May 1917
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Mrs. Mary Aherne
AHERNE — On May 22nd at Carrigtwohill, Mary, widow of the late John Aherne, Moanbawn. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Thursday), from Carrigtwohill R.C. Church, at 2 o'clock (new time), for Lisgoold.
The Cork Examiner 24 May 1917
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NATIONAL HOME
Headquarters have been notified of the death of Henry P. Ahern, a member of this branch, which occurred in Norwich, Ct., May 17. He was born in Norwich April 2, [1838?]. He enlisted in Cp. B., 3d Ct. Inf., July 4, [?], and was discharged March 2, [?]. He was admitted to the Branch from Norwich, April 2, 1916.
Daily Kennebec Journal 25 May 1917
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John Ahern
AHERN — On May 25th at his residence, Vicarstown, John Ahern, aged 79 years. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing children and grandchildren. R.I.P. Funeral from Matehy R.C. Church, on to-morrow (Sunday), for Matehy, at 3 o'clock.
The Cork Examiner 26 May 1917
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William F. Ahern
AHERN.—Suddenly, May 26, William F., brother of the late Dr. George J. Ahern. Requiem mass at Church of St. Francis Xavier, West 16th St., Tuesday, May 29, at 10 A.M. Interment private.
New York Times 29 May 1917
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NEW TOWN'S HONOUR LIST.
The Warden of New Town, at a meeting of the Council last night, mentioned that notification had been received of the deaths; of Lance-Corporal Thomas Andrew Ahearne (next of kin, Miss Ahearne. Risdon-road), Private Harry Alfred Rosendell (next of kin, Mrs. Margaret Rosendell, Arthur-street), and Captain Appleby (late of Arthur-street). He moved a vote of condolence with the relatives, which was carried, all members standing.
The Mercury 12 June 1917
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IN MEMORIAM
Andrew Ahern
AHERN — Sixth Anniversary — In ever loving memory of my beloved husband, Andrew Ahern, who died on June 18th, 1911. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on his soul. Immaculate Mother intercede for him. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 18 June 1917
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IN MEMORIAM
Mrs. Julia Ahern
AHERN — In loving memory of Mrs. Julia Ahern, who died on 17th June, 1912, at her residence, 271. Dillon's Cross. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her. Immaculate Heart of Mary intercede for her.
The Cork Examiner 18 June 1917
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John Aherne
AHERNE — On June 19th, at his residence, Lehenagh, John, dearly-beloved husband of Eliza Aherne. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Thursday) at 2 o'clock for Ballinaboy. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 20 June 1917
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Mary Ahern
Mary Ahern, sister of Eugene, Andy, and Agnes Ahern, native of Ballina, County Mayo, Ireland. Funeral today at 9 a.m. from 3246 Jackson-blvd., to St. Matthew's church; autos to Mount Carmel. For information call Kedzie 2394.
Chicago Tribune 22 June 1917
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Johanna Ahern
The funeral of Mrs. Johanna Ahern, mother of Mrs. Walter Seyffert and Mrs. Frank Buckley, took place from her daughter's residence, 5943 S. Justine St., Friday, June 29, at 8 a.m., to St. Raphael's church. Interment was at Sag Bridge.
The Englewood Economist 5 July 1917
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN - In this city, July 6, 1917, Patrick, beloved husband of the late Mary Ahern, and beloved father of the late Nora Topping, and dearly beloved brother of Mrs. Fannie Davis, Mrs. Mary Flaherty and Maurice Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 75 years.
San Francisco Examiner? 6 July 1917
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN, Patrick—In this city July 6, Patrick, husband of the late Mary Ahern, father of the late Nora Topping, brother of Mrs. Frannie (Ahern) Davis, Mrs. Mary (Ahern) Flaherty, & Maurice Ahern. A native of County Cork, Ireland. Aged 75 years.
San Francisco Bulletin 9 July 1917
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN — On July 6th at Killowen, Nohoval, Daniel Ahern. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. Our Lady of Lourdes pray for him. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 11 July 1917
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Mrs. Mary Ahern
AHERN — On July 16th at her residence, Carrigaline road, Mrs. Mary Ahern. Deeply regretted by her husband and family. Funeral from R. C. Church, Douglas, for Douglas Cemetery to-day (Wednesday) at 3 o'clock.
The Cork Examiner 18 July 1917
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IN MEMORIAM.
Phillip Ahern
AHERN.—In sad and loving memory of our dear son and brother, Phillip Ahern, who passed away July 30, 1916, aged 28 years.
    We often sit and think of you,
    And think of how you died;
    But, oh, it was so hard to think
    We could not say goodbye.
Inserted by his loving father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. James Ahern, and brother Patrick, also sister and brother-in-law, Mrs. and Mr. Cooper, little niece Lizzie, and nephews, Earnie, Tommie, and Willie Cooper.
Sydney Morning Herald 31 July 1917
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DANIEL AHERN TAKEN
Daniel Ahern, For Nearly Half A Century A Resident of Sycamore,
And Father Of Nine Children,
Dies On Last Friday Afternoon.
   The death of that good citizen of Sycamore for nearly half a century, Daniel Ahern, brought sorrow not only to his many relatives but to his wide circle of friends and acquaintances. Mr. Ahern died at his home on Somonauk street on Friday afternoon, Aug. 3, after several years of failing health, although he had not been helpless and had been confined to his bed only a few days.
   He was born on April 1, 1836, at Kil McKlemmin [Kilmaclenine?], Ireland, where he grew to manhood. His father was of English blood, and was a tailor as was the son. The son came to Chicago 51 years ago and to Sycamore 49 years ago. He was united in marriage in 1858 to Katherine Sweeney, a native of Glenville, Ireland. She died on March 21, 1908. Mr. Ahern's parents were also for some time residents of Sycamore. The father died here and was buried here. The mother died in Chicago.
   To Mr. and Mrs. Ahern were born nine [sic] children as follows: Mrs. N. J. Romain [Ronin] of Fremont, Neb.; Mrs. Margaret Winders (deceased); N. P. Ahern (deceased); Mrs. D. M. [Anna T.] Morphy of DeKalb, Ill., J. D. Ahern of DeKalb, Ill.; Mrs. Bryan Snow of Sycamore, James Ahern (deceased), Marie Ahern and Miss Fannie Ahern, both of Sycamore. All the surviving children were with their father and comforted him to the last. Mr. Ahern also leaves eight grandchildren and several great grandchildren.
   Daniel Ahern was employed for many years by L. Connart as a tailor, and for several years later he was in business for himself. He was an expert workman. He was of a friendly disposition—sociable, honorable and a real old-fashioned gentleman. He took a lively interest in public affairs and had sound ideas on almost all current topics. Everybody liked him.
   There was a large attendance of sorrowing relatives and friends at the funeral services which were held in St. Mary's church on Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. Fr. O'Hara officiated. The remains were interred in the family lot in Mt. Carmel cemetery. [see also: Michael P. Ahern]
Sycamore True Republican 8 August 1917
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Eugene W. Ahern
Eugene W. Ahern, Aug. 17, beloved husband of Mary Ahern, father of Leslie, John, Walter, Harold and Eugenia. Funeral Monday, at 9:30 a.m., from his late residence, 4825 St. Lawrence-av., to Corpus Christi church, 49th-st. and Grand blvd. Autos to Mount Olivet. [see also: Ann Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 19 August 1917
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John Aherne
IN MEMORIAM
AHERNE — In loving memory of John Aherne, who died at his residence, Barnahash, Rathcormac, on 3rd September, 1916. R.I.P. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on his soul, Mother of Sorrows pray for him.
                      His busy hands are folded,
                      His work on earth is done;
                      God thought it best, he needed rest,
                      And took our father home.
The Cork Examiner 3 September 1917
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Francis T. Ahern
Francis T. Ahern, beloved son of John and Elizabeth Ahern, nee McGuire, brother of John and Bernice. Funeral Tuesday, Sept. 13, 1 p.m., by autos to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 13 September 1917
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William J. Ahern
AHERN.—Sept. 16, WILLIAM J., beloved son of Walter J. and Annie Ahern (nee Shea), aged 26. Relatives and friends, B. V. M. Sodality and League of Sacred Heart of St. Thomas Aquinas' Church, invited to funeral, Thurs., 8 a.m., parents' residence, 1741 Moore st. Solemn requiem mass Church of St. Thomas Aquinas, 9.30 a.m. Int. Holy Cross Cem. Auto funeral.
Philadelphia Inquirer 19 September 1917
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Reginald Percival Aherne
AHERNE.—On September 23, 1917, at Weymouth, England (drowned), Reg., dearly loved fourth son of James and Lena Aherne, of 284 Macquarie-street, Hobart. Deeply mourned.
The Hobart Mercury 29 September 1917
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William Ahern
AHERN.—The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM AHERN, deceased, are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, to move from the Caboolture Railway Station THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 1.45 o'clock, to the Caboolture Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.
AHERN.—The Friends of Mrs. H. DWANE, Messrs. P. M., and G. Ahern, and Mrs. P. DWYER, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Brother and Brother-in-law, Mr. Wm. Ahern, to move from the Caboolture Railway Station THIS (Saturday) AFTERNOON, at 1.45 o'clock, to the Caboolture Cemetery.
K. M. SMITH, Undertaker.
The Brisbane Courier 20 October 1917
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Jack Ahern
AHERN. —Killed in action in France September 26, Jack Ahern dearly loved son of Mrs. H. Davis of 63 Alberto terrace, Darlinghurst and brother of Mrs. P. R Bell and Nurse Rita Ahern.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 October 1917
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Stella (Hill) Ahern
Stella Hill Ahern, Oct. 24, wife of E. Fort Ahern. Funeral Friday, 2 p.m., from late residence, 7001 Kimbark-av., interment Oakwoods.
Chicago Tribune 26 October 1917
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Edward "Ted" Ahearn
AHEARN.—Killed in action, somewhere in France, on October 4th, 1917, Edward (Ted), dearly beloved brother of Hughie Ahearn (Coolgardie), Alex. (Perth), Rod and Joe (on active service), late of Burbanks. Deeply mourned. Perth papers please copy.
Western Argus 6 November 1917
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THE ROLL OF HONOUR.
CASUALTY LIST NO. 351.
DIED OF WOUNDS
Archibald Ahern, Valley. 4/10/17.
Brisbane Courier 8 November 1917
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CHELSEA
John J. A'Hearn
John J. A'Hearn, a native of this city, and widely known, died at Tarr's Farm in Limerick, Me., where he had been living for the past 18 months. He had pneumonia and was found dead in bed after a hemorrhage. Mr. A'Hearn was born June 26, 1867, in this city and always lived here until he went to Maine. He leaves a brother, Cornelius E. A'Hearn, and three sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Conley of Brockton, Mrs. Elizabeth Monahan and Mrs. Josephine McCabe of this city. Mr. A'Hearn was a member of Chelsea Council, K. of C., and a special meeting will be held tomorrow evening to take suitable action on his death. The funeral will be Thursday morning with a solemn high mass of requiem in St. Rose's Church at 9 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 13 November 1917
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CHELSEA
John J. A'Hearn
The funeral of John J. A'Hearn, aged 50, a lifelong resident of this city, was held this morning at his home on Broadway. A solemn high mass of requiem was sung in St. Rose's Church at 9 o'clock. A delegation of members of Chelsea Council, K. of C., was present. Mr. A'Hearn leaves a brother, Cornelius E. A'Hearn, and three sisters. Burial was in the family lot in Holy Cross Cemetery.
The Boston Globe 15 November 1917
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Ellen T. Ahern
On Nov. 26, 1917, at her residence, 243 East 116th St., Ellen T. Ahern, formerly Principal of Public School 130, New York City; beloved sister of Sarah A. Ahern and the late Mrs. James McCafferty. Funeral on Wednesday, Nov. 28, at 9:30 A. M.; thence to St. Paul's Church, East 117th St., where solemn requiem mass will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Calvary.
New York Times 28 November 1917
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Mary (Gift) O'Hern
O'HERN—December 2, at 9:30 p.m., Mary, beloved wife of Denny O'Hern (nee Gift), in her 56th year. Funeral from the residence, 133 North Clay, Wednesday morning at 8:30, and at St. Michael's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in St. Louis Cemetery.
Louisville Times 3 December 1917
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John Ahearn
John Ahearn, Dec. 19, 1917, beloved husband of Georgiana, nee La Belle, father of Elizabeth and Louise. Funeral Saturday, Dec. 22, at 9 a.m. from 7331 Greenwood-av. to Saint Lawrence church, where high mass will be celebrated. Autos to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 20 December 1917
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Bridget Ahern
AHERN.—On the 19th December, at her residence, 210, Jeffcott-street, North Adelaide, Bridget Ahern, relict of Michael Ahern (formerly of Clare), aged 80 years. R.I.P.
South Australian Advertiser 20 December 1917
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Funeral Notices.
AHERN.—THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. BRIDGET AHERN (relict of Michael Ahern) are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence, 210, Jeffcott street, North Adelaide, on THURSDAY, at 2.30 p.m., for the Catholic Cemetery, West-terrace.
FRANK J. SIEBERT, Undertaker,
Phone 413. 47-49, Wakefield-street.
The Adelaide Advertiser 20 December 1917
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Mary T. (Clifford) Ahern
AHERN.—In loving memory of our mother, Mary T. Ahern, who died Jan. 12, 1914, mass at St. Joseph's Church, Pacific St. and Vanderbilt Av., Brooklyn, Saturday, Jan. 12, at 7:45 A. M. [see also: Michael J. Ahern, Stephen M. Ahern]
New York Times 6 January 1918
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Julia Ahern
AHERN—On Jan. 9th, at her residence, Ballingary, Belgooly, Julia, relict of the late William Ahern. Deeply regretted by her sorrowing family and a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Tuesday) at 1 o'clock for Tracton Abbey. [duplicate?]
The Cork Examiner 15 January 1918
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Kate (Sheehan) Ahern
AHERN—First Anniversary—In loving memory of Mrs. Kate Ahern (nee Sheehan) of Ballinphelic, Ballygarvan, who departed this life on January 18th, 1917, aged 28 years. On her soul Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy. Immaculate Heart of Mary pray for her. — (Inserted by her sorrowing husband, mother, brother and sister.) R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 19 January 1918
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Thomas J. O'Hern
Thomas J. O'Hern, beloved husband of Kittie, nee Kilduff; son of Timothy and the late Margaret Shea, brother of Mrs. Francis Hale, Mrs. Charles O'Connell, and the late Julia Hammersmith, at his residence, 833 Johns-pl. Funeral Monday, Jan. 21, at 9 a.m., to Sacred Heart church. where solemn high mass will be celebrated, by autos to Calvary. Member of Holy Name society of Sacred Heart church and Unique tent No. 99, K. O. T. M.
Chicago Tribune 19 January 1918
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Nicholas Ahern
AHERN.—On the 6th January, at his residence, Taras Hall Hotel, Echuca, Nicholas, the beloved husband of Millicent Ahern, and father of Nellie (Mrs. Henwood), Allie, Maud, and Lizzie. R.I.P.
The Argus 21 January 1918
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Dan J. Ahearn
AHEARN—Entered into rest on Friday, Feb. 8, 1918, at 1:25 a.m., Dan J. Ahearn, beloved husband of Annie Ahearn (nee McLaughlin) and our dear son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle. Funewral from family residence, 4140 Nebraska avenue. Time later. Deceased was a member of Local Union No. 6, International Brotherhood of Stationary Fireman and Oakville Rough Rider Camp No. 542, W. O. W. [A stationary fireman was one who tended a furnace or boiler in a building as opposed to a fireman on board a locomotive or vessel.]
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 February 1918
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John Ahern
AHERN.—The Friends of the late Mr. John Ahern, of No. 144 Forrest-street, Fremantle East, and father of Mr. Thomas Ahern (Kwelkan), Mrs. A. Salter (Fremantle), Mrs. S. Schofield (West Subiaco), and Mr. Patrick Ahern (Ora Banda), are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic portion of the Karrakatta Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, No. 144 Forrest-street. Fremantle East, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, the 19th instant, at 1.45 o'clock. Friends attending the Funeral may proceed by train, leaving Fremantle at 3.30 p.m. and Perth at 3.45 o'clock. No flowers by request. ARTHUR E. DAVIES, and CO., Undertakers, Market-street, Fremantle (Tel. 225). and opposite the Railway Station, Claremont.
The West Australian 19 February 1918
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Mary Anne Ahern
AHERN — At the residence of her brother, William Ahern, Main street, Macroom, Mary Anne Ahern. R.I.P. Funeral for Aghaboulogue on to-morrow (Sunday), at 1.30 p.m.
The Cork Examiner 2 March 1918
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Michael Ahern
AHERN — Lost at sea, March 2nd, Michael, youngest son of the late Patrick Ahern, Glen View, Dillon's Cross. Deeply and desrvedly regretted by his sorrowing sisters, brothers and a large circle of friends. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on him! Star of the Sea, pray for him. R.I.P. English and American papers please copy.

[on the same page are listed at least nine other men listed as "lost at sea, March 2nd" with one of them stating on the s.s. Kenmare.]
The Cork Examiner 9 March 1918
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John Ahern
AHERN — On March 8th at his residence, Ballinphelick, Ballygarvan, John Ahern. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing family. R.I.P. Funeral on to-morrow (Sunday) from Ballygarvan R.C. Church at 3 o'clock for Liscleary.
The Cork Examiner 9 March 1918
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In Memoriam
AHERN.—In loving memory of our father, Michael J. Ahern, who died March 14, 1915. Mass at St. Joseph's Church, Brooklyn, Thursday, March 14, at 7:45. A. M.
SONS AND DAUGHTERS.    
New York Times 10 March 1918
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Michael J. O'Hearn
Two Louisville trainmen were killed and one was injured yesterday afternoon when a northbound Louisville & Nashville freight train on it's way to Louisville struck a small push car loaded with crossties near Bonnieville, a station about sixty-five miles south of Louisville. Michael O'Hearn, 35 years old, engineer, of 1207 West Oak Street, was crushed and scalded to death. O'Hearn was a brother of Sergt. Patrick O'Hearn, of the First district police station. He leaves three other brothers, John, Edward and Jerry O'Hearn, and a sister, Miss Katherine O'Hearn. A son, Michael O'Hearn, Jr., also survives. O'Hearn had been with the L. & N. Railroad for twelve years. He was considered one of the most efficient engineers on the road. [see also: Ellen O'Hearn, Dennis O'Hearn]
Courier Journal 10 March 1918
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Michael J. O'Hearn
O'HEARN—Suddenly, March 9, at 4:30 p.m., Michael J. O'Hearn. Funeral from the residence, 1207 W. Oak Street, Tuesday morning at 8:45 and at St. William's Church at 9 o'clock. Interment in St. Louis Cemetery. [see also: Ellen O'Hearn, Dennis O'Hearn]
Courier Journal 11 March 1918
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Mary E. (O'Leary) Ahern
   Mrs. Mary E. Ahern, for years a resident of the South End, but more recently of Salem street, died at her home, 103 Salem St., this morning, following an illness of several months. Mrs. Ahern was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Leary and was born in Woburn 53 years ago. She is survived by one son, William, a daughter, Gertrude and her husband.
   The funeral will be held Thursday morning with requiem mass at St. Charles' church.
Woburn Daily Times 12 March 1918
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Michael J. Ahearn
Frank L. Dowling, President of Manhattan Borough, was notified yesterday of the death in action of Michael J. Ahearn, who went "over there" with the 69th Regiment. Ahearn was an employee of the Bureau of Highways. He was popular in the Municipal Building, and many friends grieved yesterday because of the news. Mrs. Ahearn, who lives at 521 West Fifty-fifth Street, received the news of her son's death from the War Department. A requiem high mass will be said at the Church of the Sacred Heart, in West Fifty-second Street this morning.
New York Times 15 March 1918
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Katherine "Kittie" (Kilduff) O'Hern
Katherine O'Hern, nee Kilduff, beloved wife of the late Thomas J., fond sister of Larry Kilduff and the late Patrick, Mrs. Elizabeth McDermott, Mrs. Mary Mc-Carthy, Mrs. Annie Powers, at her residence, 833 Johns pl. Funeral Monday, March 25, 9 a.m., Sacred Heart Church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, by autos to Calvary. Member of St. Bridget's court No 17, W. C. O. F. For seats call Canal 41.
Chicago Tribune 23 March 1918
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Michael Ahern
AHERN — On Monday, May 6, 1918, at 5:15 a.m., Michael Ahern, beloved husband of Julia Ahern, dear father of Nellie Blume (nee Ahern), Nannie Aherns (nee Ahern), William, John and Mary Ahern, and our dear father and grandfather, at the age of 60 years. Funeral from Gebken chapel, 2846 Meramec, on Wednesday, May 8, at 9:30 a.m., to St. Anthony's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. Motor.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 6 May 1918
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Annie Ahern
Mrs. Annie Ahern, wife of D. J. Ahern, 289 Nineteenth street, a United States Customs officer, and mother of three sons in the army and navy, died at Providence Hospital yesterday after eight months' illness. She had lived in California nearly forty years, for the most part in this city. Besides her husband, Mrs. Ahern is survived by three sons and two daughters: Charles J., Raymond G., and George C. Ahern, and Mrs. William H. Craig and Mrs. Norman P. Wilkie. She was the mother also of the late Grace and John H. Ahern. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning from a local undertaking parlor to St. Mary's Church where requiem high mass will be observed. Interment will be in St. Mary's Cemetery.
Oakland Tribune 14 May 1918
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James Albert Ahern
AHERN.—James Albert, died of wounds April 27, dearly beloved son of John Ahern, Kelsey-street, Arncliffe.
Sydney Morning Herald 18 May 1918
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Margaret M. Ahern
Funeral services for Margaret M. Ahern were held at 9:30 O'clock yesterday morning at her home 37 Read St. and at 10:00 O'clock at the Church of Blessed Sacrament. The Rev. Edward Shaughnessy celebrated a solemn high mass, assisted by Terrence B. Smith as deacon, and the Rev. Michael Lynch, sub deacon. The pall bearers were James Rawley, Timothy Ryan, Cornelius Ahern, Patrick Ahern and Joseph and John Hotz. The burial was in St Michael's Cemetery.
Bridgeport Telegram 1 June 1918
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Patrick Ahearn
Patrick Ahearn, a retired farmer of Jamaica, L. I., where he was an extensive property holder, died at his summer home in Spring Valley, N. Y., of apoplexy on Saturday. Mr. Ahearn was in his sixty-ninth year.
New York Times 4 June 1918
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Mary Ahern
Ahern—Mary, 2,572 7th Av., June 3, aged 7.
New York Times 6 June 1918
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IN MEMORIAM
AHERN—In loving memory of William J. Ahern, who died June 10, 1917. Wife, daughter and son.
Brooklyn Standard Union 10 June 1918
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John Ahern
AHERN—John Ahern, June 16, 1918, beloved husband of the late Mary Ahern. Funeral Friday at 9:30 a.m. from late residence, 1306 Byron-st., to St. Andrew's church, Addison and Paulina-sts., autos to Calvary. Member of Mount Carmel court No. 70, C. O. F.

JOHN AHERN, one of the oldest photographers in the city, died yesterday at his residence, 1306 Byron street, aged 79. Coming to Chicago in 1855, he has been in the photograph business ever since.
Chicago Tribune 19 June 1918
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John O'Hearn
O'HEARN—John O'Hearn, a well known resident of the Sacred Heart parish, died early this morning at his home, 74 Weed street. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife, Mary Ellen O'Hearn, two brothers, Patrick and Thomas of St. John, N.B., a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Cosgrove of Lynn, two nieces and five nephews. [see also: Bridget (McHugh) O'Hearn]
The Lowell Sun 20 June 1918
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John O'Hearn
O'HEARN—The funeral of Mr. John O'Hearn took place this morning from his late home, 74 Weed street, at 3:30 o'clock and proceeded to the Sacred Heart church where at 9 o'clock a high mass was sung by Rev. Fr. Burns, O.M.I. The bearers were Mr. Charles O'Neil, Mrs. Peter O'Neil, Mr. Leo Crowley, Mr. Jeremiah Dilworth, Mr. Jeremiah Donohoe and Mr. Jeremiah O'Connor. Burial was in the family lot in St. Patrick's cemetery, where Rev. Fr. Burns, O.M.I., read the committal prayers. There was a profusion of floral offerings. The funeral arrangements were under the direction of Undertaker George B. McKenna.
The Lowell Sun 22 June 1918
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Emily Beatrice (Ahearn) Hooper
HOOPER.—The Friends of Mrs. AHEARN are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late loved DAUGHTER, Emily Beatrice; to leave 100 Myrtle street, city, THIS AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for Waverley Cemetery.
Sydney Morning Herald 24 June 1918
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Patrick Francis Ahearn
AHEARN—On Sunday, July 7, 1918, Patrolman Patrick F. Ahearn, of the 99th Precinct, N.Y.C.P.D. Beloved husband of Mary C. Kennedy Ahearn. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 172 Jefferson Ave., on Wednesday, July 10, thence to the Nativity R.C. Church. Interment at Calvary Cemetery (Baltimore papers please copy.)
Patrolman Patrick Francis Ahearn, born in the Thirteenth Ward, Manhattan, the son of Owen and the late Hannah Lenihan Ahearn, died yesterday, after several weeks' illness, at his home, 172 Jefferson Avenue. He was appointed to the police force on Jan. 26, 1905, and had been stationed the greater part of the time at the Flushing Avenue Station. He was a member of the Patrolmen's Mutual and Benevolent Association and the Church of the Nativity, where mass of requiem will be celebrated on Wednesday. In addition to his father he is survived by a widow, Mary C. Kennedy; one son, Francis; three daughters, Florence G., Marguerite V. and Marle; three brothers, Dennis F., William and Eugene, and three sisters, Mrs. Anthony Miller, Miss Margaret Ahearn and Mrs. Charles Hetrich. Interment will be made at Calvary Cemetery under direction of William Dunigan & Son, of 201 Park Avenue.
Brooklyn Standard Union 8 July 1918
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Was a Well Known Resident of LeMars For Many Years
Chas. Grimes received a letter yesterday telling him of the death of his aunt, Mrs. James Ahern, which occurred on June 28, at the home of a niece, Mrs. Oscar Throgmorton, of Joppa, Ill., where the deceased had made her home since last September. Mrs. Ahern was well known in LeMars where she and her husband lived for many years. Her husband, James Ahern was employed with the Illinois Central railroad company at this place for nearly thirty years. He died last year. Mrs. Ahren [sic] was seventy-three years old. Her death was sudden, although she had been ailing for a short time. She was laid to rest in the Terwilliger cemetery near Juppa, [sic] Ill., where her husband and other relatives are buried. She leaves one sister and a number of nieces and nephews. Mrs. Harry Butler, of this city, is a niece of the deceased. Mrs. Ahren [sic] had many friends in LeMars, who will regret to learn of her death. [see also: Katherine (Ahern) Grimes]
LeMars Weekly Sentinel 9 July 1918
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Death of Rev. M. J. Ahern
News of the death of the Rev. Michael J. Ahern, chapain [sic] at Old Point Comfort College, on one of the Old Bay Line steamers yesterday morning, came as a distincts [sic] hock to the friends of Father Ahern in this city, where he was an assistant pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church about fifteen years ago. Deceased was located here for several years, and after being assgned [sic] to duty as an nstructor [sic] at Old Point Comfort retained his interest in affairs in Alexandria and visited here at frequent intervals.
The Washington Post 10 August 1918
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Mary (Coughlin) O'Hern
O'HERN—On Saturday, Aug. 10, 1918, at 1 p.m., Mary O'Hern (nee Coughlin), mother of John and Thomas O'Hern, 5332 Greer avenue. Funeral from Stuart's chapel, 5525 Easton avenue, Tuesday, Aug. 13, to the Blessed Sacrament Church. Due notice of time will be given.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 11 August 1918
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John J. Ahearn
AHEARN—John J. Ahearn, son of John and Alda (Whelan) Ahearn, died early this morning at the home of his parents, 93 Whipple street, after a brief illness, aged 1 year and 9 months. He leaves, besides his parents, one brother, Wilfred; one sister, Frances Mary Ahearn, all of this city.

FUNERAL NOTICES
AHEARN—The funeral of John J. Ahearn will take place Thursday afternoon from the home of his parents, 93 Whipple street, at 2.30 o'clock. Burial will take place in the family lot in St. Patrick's cemetery. The funeral arrangements are in charge of Undertaker Wm. A. Mack.
The Lowell Sun 28 August 1918
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James Philip Ahern
AHERN.—Killed in action in France on the 11th August, Private J. P. Ahern, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ahern, of Aldgate, aged 25 years, 4 months. "God's holy will be done."
South Australian Advertiser 5 September 1918
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ROXBURY DISTRICT
William F. Ahearn
Reserve officer William F. Ahearn of the Dudley-st Station died yesterday afternoon at the City Hospital, of pneumonia, after an illness which began on Sept. 16. He was born in Malden, May 18, 1885, and was appointed a policeman on Dec. 31, 1917. Mr. Ahearn lived at 468 Massachusetts av. He was taken charge of by his father, Joseph Ahearn, of 118 Cottage st., Norwood.
The Boston Globe 23 September 1918
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Cornelius P. "Bud" Ahern
AHERN — Entered into rest on Wednesday, Sept. 25, 1918, at 1 p.m., Cornelius P. (Bud) Ahern, beloved husband of Kate Moran Ahern, and dear brother of James E. and Jerry B. Ahern, Mrs. Florence Finley of Prescott, Ariz.; cousin of Mrs. Ella Moore, and our dear uncle. Due notice of funeral will be given from residence, 2812 Washington avenue. Chicago (Ill.) and Prescott (Ariz.) papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 26 September 1918
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Nora Ahern
AHERN —NORA. beloved daughter of James and Mary Ahern (nee O'Brien). Fond sister of Cornelius, John, James, May and Catherine. Funeral from her late residence 4215 S. Campbell av., Thursday Sept 26 at 9 a.m. to St. Agnes church, where high mass will be celebrated: internment at Sag cemetery by autos.
Chicago Daily News 29 September 1918
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Ella A. Ahern
SALEM, Sept. 29—The funeral of Mrs. Ella A. Ahern, widow of Frank P. Ahern, took place today from Immaculate Conception Church. There was a large attendance. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. The husband of Mrs. Ahern and her son, Arthur F. Ahern died Thursday. Her death occurred while the funeral services of her husband and son were being conducted. Their home was at 40 Northey St.
The Boston Globe 30 September 1918
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Margaret A'Hearn
A'HEARN—In this city October 7, Margaret, wife of John J. A'Hearn. Funeral from her late residence, 109 East Canton St., Thursday, October 10 at 8:45 a.m. Requiem high mass in St. Valentine's Chapel of the Immaculate Conception Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 9 October 1918
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Joseph I. Ahern
Oct. 8, Joseph I., husband of Mary L. Ahern. Relatives and friends invited to funeral, Mon., 9:45 a. m., 1212 N. 18th st. To proceed to St. Denis's Cem. Auto funeral.
Public Ledger 10 October 1918
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Thomas Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, on the 4th inst., Thomas Ahearn, son of John Ahearn, aged about 20 years. Funeral will take place from the residence of his parents, Sixteenth avenue, above Thirteenth street, Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Services at St. John's Church; interment in St. John's cemetery.
Philadelphia Public Ledger 11 October 1918
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Bertha and Delia Ahern
AHERN— Entered into rest on Monday, Oct. 21, 1918, BERTHA AND DELIA AHERN, sisters, beloved daughters of Joseph P. and L. Leiber, aged 25 and 23, respectively. The funeral will take place from their late residence, 628 First street, this (Tuesday) morning at 9 o'clock. Interment private in St. Joseph's Cemetery. [see also: Frank Joseph Ahern, James William Ahern]
The Times Picayune 22 October 1918
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Raymond Raphael Ahern
AHERN—Oct. 21, Raymond Raphael Ahern, aged 18, son of Edward J. and Elizabeth A. Ahern (nee McCormick). Funeral, parents' residence, 3910 Fairmount ave. West Phila., Fri., 2:30 p. m. He was a member of the Holy Name Society, the Altar Society, Temperance Society and Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality of St. Agatha's Church. Int. St. Denis's Cem., Ardmore. Auto service.
Public Ledger 22 October 1918
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Susan Ahern
AHERN—Of pneumonia, Oct. 18, Susan, wife of Patrick Ahern, aged 40. Funeral Thurs., 9 a. m., husband's residence, 213 S. Orange st., Media, Pa. Int. private.
Public Ledger 24 October 1918
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J. J. Ahern
J. J. Ahern, 35 years old, 425 St. Charles street, failed to open his room at the usual hour Thursday morning. In the afternoon persons living in the house forced open the door and found the man dead. The death certificate says he died of pnuemonia.
The Times Picayune 25 October 1918
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Edmond Aherne
AHERNE—On Oct. 24th, at his residence, The Square, Dromcolloher, Edmond Aherne. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and family. R.I.P. American papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 28 October 1918
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Elizabeth (Ahern) Murphy
MURPHY—At her residence, 390 Blarney St., Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of John Muprhy and daughter of the late Thomas Ahern of Kellrish. Funeral on this day (Monday) at 9.30 via Newcastle and Beeing, for Clonmeen. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray for her.
The Cork Examiner 28 October 1918
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Catherine (Ahearn) Buchmann
BUCHMANN—Oct. 27, of pneumonia, Catherine, wife of William A. Buchmann. Funeral, Tues., 11 a. m., mother's residence, Mrs. David Ahearn, 2910 Page st. Int. private.
Public Ledger 29 October 1918
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3 IN OAKLAND CASUALTY LIST
Sergeant George Ahern Dies of Wounds;
Privates Van der Loo Wounded, Magnani Missing.
The casualty list for yesterday adds the names of three more east bay boys to the Nation's honor roll. They are: Sergeant George Calvert Ahern, 328 Nineteenth street, died of wounds; Private John James Van der Lee [sic], 4360 Howe street, slightly wounded, and Private Steve Magnani, 1705 Seventh street, missing. Sergeant Ahern, who was mortally wounded during the opening battle on the Hindenberg line on September 26, was an actor of some note and was well known to the residents of the east bay district, having played in a number of Oakland theatres. He was 32 years old and was the son of Daniel J. Ahern, a customs inspector in San Francisco.
San Francisco Examiner 4 November 1918
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George Calvert Ahern
WWI November 5, 1918 Casualty List
DIED OF WOUNDS
AHERN, George, Calvert, "Sergeant", Oakland [Calif.]
[See American Battle Monuments Commission]
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[see also: Mrs. Annie Ahern]
Tacoma News Tribune 5 November 1918
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Oakland Actor Dies of Wounds in First Battle; Two Others Are Victims
DIED OF WOUNDS
Sergt. George Calvert Ahern, 328 Nineteenth street.
News reached Oakland today of the death of Sergeant George Calvert Ahern, for a number of years well known in theatrical circles throughout the country. Ahern was mortally wounded the first day of the opening battle of the Hindenburg line, September 26. He was sergeant of Company L, 354th Infantry, of the First American Army, under General Liggett, and it was his first battle. He had been in France but two months. Ahern enlisted in September, 1917, in Santa Barbara, where he had been playing leading roles with the Mary Miles Mintner Company for two years. He had been in the theatrical business for ten years and played character and juvenile parts with George M. Cohan, Chauncey Olcott, and other well-known stars. He played second lead in "Officer 666," and in a number of other well-known plays during the past decade. He was seen in Oakland a number of times at the Macdonough Theater.

Sergeant Ahern was born in Newark, 32 years ago, but was reared and educated in Oakland. He was the son of Daniel J. Ahern, customs inspector at the Ferry building, San Francisco, and residing at Harrison and Nineteenth street, Oakland. He is also survived by two brothers and two sisters, namely: Charles J. Ahern, who is in France with a machine gun company in the 47th Infantry; Roy G. Ahern, who is in the navy, now at Mare Island, but who expects to be sent to foreign waters at once; Mrs. William H. Craig, 373 Santa Clara avenue, Piedmont, and Mrs. Norman P. Wilkie, who resides with her father at Harrison and Nineteenth street, Mr. Wilkie being in the heavy artillery, in training at Fort Scott, near the Presidio. The family has just been informed by the War Department of Sergeant Ahern's death, and also received a letter today from Charles J. Ahern , who stated that he had seen his brother George while on his way to the front September 23, three days before the latter was killed. . . . 

Oakland Post 5 November 1918
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Annie (Maher) Ahern
AHERN — Entered into rest on Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1918, at 9.50 p.m., Annie Ahern (nee Maher), beloved wife of John Ahern, sister of James Maher, Mrs. Mary Benter, Mrs. Kate Jordan of Wagner, S. D., and the late John and Michael Maher. Funeral from Arthur J. Donelly's funeral parlors, 3846 Lindell boulevard. Due notice of time will be given. Motor.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 28 November 1918
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Brian P. Ahearn
AHEARN — Entered into rest on Saturday, Nov. 30, 1918, at 6:45 a.m., Brian P. Ahearn, beloved son of Mrs. Clara Ahearn, and devoted brother of Mollie, Anna C., and Grace Ahern. Funeral from family residence, 5051 Delmar boulevard, Monday, Dec. 2, at 8 a.m. to New Cathedral Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Motor.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 30 November 1918
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Captain John J. Aherne
AHERNE—November 23, 1918, at his residence, Croydon Villa, Fairview, Captain John J. Aherne, late Buffs and N. Staffs. Regiments (retired).
Irish Times 30 November 1918
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Margaret (Ahearn) O'Bryant
Margaret O'Bryant, daughter of Alice and the late Eugene Ahearn, and wife of Lieut. Joel O'Bryant, U.S.N., died on Sunday at her home, 419 Van Brunt street. She was born in Brooklyn twenty-three years ago and was a member of the Church of the Visitation and is survived by her husband and her mother. The funeral will be held to-morrow at 2 P.M., from the home of her cousin, Mrs. C. Huber, 567 Seventy-seventh street, with interment at Calvary Cemetery under direction of Mrs. Joseph Redmond, of 90 King street.
Brooklyn Standard Union 3 December 1918
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Nellie Ahern
Nellie Ahern, beloved sister of Jeremiah, John, and the late Morris, Joseph, Edward, Richard, and Minnie. Funeral Tuesday at 9 a.m., from late residence 609 W. 48th-st., to St. Gabriel's church, where solemn requiem high mass will be celebrated, by autos to Mount Olivet. Member of Martha Washington chapter No. 1506, A. I. U. For seats call Wentworth 645.
Chicago Tribune 9 December 1918
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Jennie (Tye) Ahern
Jennie Tye Ahern, aged 55, wife of Dennis C., mother of Eleanor, Frances, and Mary, sister of Mrs. P. McGrath and John J. Tye. Funeral West Chicago, Ill., St. Mary's church, Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 10 a.m.
Chicago Tribune 16 December 1918
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Mary Ahern
   Mrs. Mary Ahern, wife of David Ahern, died last night at her home, 74 Main street. She was 70 years of age and was born in Ireland. For a great many years she made her home in Woburn, and she was particularly well known in the South End.
   She is survived by three daughters and one son, Mrs. Gus Westland, Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, Mrs. Fred Gamester and John J. Ahern.
   Mrs. Ahern's son-in-law, William Sullivan, died recently of pneumonia.
   The funeral will be held Friday morning, with High Mass of Requiem at St. Charles' church.
Woburn Daily Times 18 December 1918
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MRS. MARY AHERN LAID AT REST
   Mrs. Mary Ahern, wife of David Ahern, who died last Tuesday was laid to rest this morning. High Mass of Requiem was celebrated at St. Charles' Church. Mrs. Ahern was born in Ireland but made her home in Woburn for many years. She was seventy years of age. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Gus Westland, Mrs. Catherine Sullivan, and Mrs. Fred Gamester, and one son, John J. Ahern.
Woburn Daily Times 20 December 1918
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William Edward A'Hearn
SOLDIERS' DEATHS
The Defence Department advises that the following soldiers have died in New Zealand :— William Edward A'Hearn, 23661, an undischarged soldier, died at the Auckland Hospital Annexe on the 22nd January. Causes of death being gunshot wound lung and cerebral abscess. Deceased was 31 years of age and single, his next-of-kin being his mother, Mrs. K. A'Hearn, 407, Pitt-street, Sydney.
The Wellington Evening Post 24 January 1919
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Ellen G. Ahern
AHERN—February 9, 1919, at Cork, Ellen G., widow of Timothy Ahern, Maryboro, Glanmire.
Irish Times 15 February 1919
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Magda (Boyle) Ahern
Ahern—Mrs. Magda Ahern, 83 years old, died Monday morning at her home, 711 Twenty-sixth street, after several weeks ilness, resulting from a fall when she received an injury to her hip. She possessed remarkable physical energy until a few years ago; she also had a most remarkable mentality and up to the last retained her faculties. Mrs. Ahern was born in Armagh, County Donegal [sic], Ireland, in December, in December 1835, the daughter of Patrick and Sarah Boyle; she came to America when 21 years old, and for the pat 48 years has lived in this city. Mrs. Ahern formerly lived on the South Side and was identified with St. Ambrose parish up to the time of the founding of St. Anthony's. After her removal to the West side she again became identified with the Cathedral parish. She was a loyal and faithful member of the church, and lived in strict accord with its teachings; she also interested herself deeply in the welfare of both parishes. She contributed generously from her means and gave her services to the advancemen [sic] of the parishes in whatever manner she could.

Mrs. Ahern was an exemplary woman and her life had a beneficient influence on the community in which it was spent; she stood always for the cause of righteousness, and as friend and neighbor she met every obligation and paid it with a most willing hand and heart; she will long be remembered in the old neighborhood in which she lived for so many years. She is survived by two sons and two daughters, James and Cornelius and Mary and Sarah. The funeral took place Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock from St, Ambrose cathedral, when a solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. J. T. Norman of St. Anthony's, Rev. C. Lally, Deacon, and Rev. Wm. Melville, Sub-Deacon. The funeral was attended by a large concourse of friends. Interment in St. Ambrose cemetery.

The Western World 27 February 1919
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Patrick George Ahern
Patrick George Ahern, who took part in the Fenian raid on Canada in May, 1866, died at his home 21 Glenn st., Somerville. He had been in poor health about a year. Mr. Ahern was born July 4, 1851, in Cork, Ire.
Newport Mercury 22 March 1919
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Patrick J. Ahearn
AHEARN.—March 27, PATRICK J. AHEARN, aged 54. Relatives and friends invited to funeral, Sat., 8:30 a.m., Locksley, Pa. High mass St. Thomas's Church 10 a. m. Int. St. Thomas's Cem.
Evening Public Ledger 28 March 1919
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On Active Service.
William Alby Ahearn
AHEARN.—In loving remembrance of our dear son and brother, Private William Alby Ahearn, killed in action in France April 15, 1917.
Far away from all who loved him,
In a soldier's grave he lies.
Inserted by his loving parents, sister, and brother.
AHEARN.—In loving remembrance of my dear nephew, Private William Alby Ahearn, 4th Batt. killed in action, France, April 15, 1917. Beloved by all who knew him. Inserted by his loving uncle, John Clune.
AHEARN.—In fond remembrance of Willie Ahearn, killed in action, April 15, 1917. R.I.P. Inserted by his sincere friend, Maude Collins.
Sydney Morning Herald 15 April 1919
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Dropped Dead
Cornelius P. Keane of 23 Cedar street, dropped dead in the rear of his home, Wednesday noon, while at work building a shed. Death was due to heart failure. Mr. Keane was 62 years of age and was born in Ireland. He had been in this country for than 30 years. He was a wool grader by occupation and had been employed for a number of years by Brown & Adams, Boston. He is survived by a widow, Mary, and eight children, Cornelius Keane, Mrs. Frank Dowd, Mrs. Katharine Ahearn, Patrick, Margaret, Eleanor, Joseph and John Keane.
Cambridge Chronicle 19 April 1919
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DEATH OF MR. GERRARD AHERN
Much regret has been occasioned in the Oldcastle district by the death, which took place on Saturday, of Mr. Gerrard Ahern, Ross, Mountnugent, brother of Commdt. Fred. Ahern, the well-known Irish Army horseman, and Mrs. T. H. Leech, Navan. Deceased was a popular figure in Mountnugent and Olcastle area, where the Ahern family are held in esteem and respect. A pathetic feature of his death is that it follows only a couple of months after that of another brother. To his bereaved relatives we extend our sincere sympathy on their very sad loss. R.I.P. [see also: Richard Nugent Aherne]
Meath Chronicle 29 April 1919
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Mary Lavinia (Kelly) Ahern
Ahern. June 27. Mary L., wife of late Joseph I. Ahern. Relatives and friends, also Married Ladies Sodality and League of the Sacred Heart of the Church of the Gesu invited to funeral. Tues., 7:30 a.m. from her late residence 1212 N. 18th St. Solemn requiem mass at the Church of the Gesu, 9 a.m. Int. St. Denis' Cem., Ardmore. Auto service.
Philadelphia Inquirer 29 June 1919
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Patrick Ahern
Word reached this city yesterday of the death in Pueblo of Patrick Ahern. Mr. Ahern lived here for many years. During his residence here he mined and leased considerable but owing to declining health and advancing years he went to Pueblo where he thot his health would improve. He has worked at St. Mary's hospital for the past eight years. He is survived by his brother, James Ahern, of 520 East Fourth street, a sister, Mrs. Lee, of Michigan, and Miss Mary Ahern, of Montana. The remains will arrive here this evening on No. 1. The funeral will take place at 9:30 Saturday morning at the Church of the Annunciation. The cortege will leave the home of his brother, James Ahern, 520 East Fourth street, at 9 a.m.
Leadville Carbonate Chronicle 25 August 1919
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David Ahern
AHERN — On August 30th, at his residence, Queenstown, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian fortitude, David Ahern, R.N., second son of the late James and Nora Ahern of 6 Bishop street. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brothers and sisters, and a large circle of friends. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on him. Queen of the Most Holy Rosary pray for him. R.I.P. (English and American papers please copy.)
The Cork Examiner 6 September 1919
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Mrs. Mary Aherne
AHERNE — On 15 Sept. at her residence 35 Kelleher's Buildings, Ashburton, Mary relict of the late Maurice Aherne. R.I.P. Funeral on tomorrow (Thursday), at 1 o'clock, from St. Joseph's Catholic Church, for Ovens.
Cork Examiner 17 September 1919
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Mrs. Catherine Ahearn
The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Ahearn of this city was held yesterday morning at 8:30 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of Rourke and Boucher, 1295 Main street. A high mass of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament by Rev. Edward Shaughnessey. The bearers were Daniel Killeen, Jr., John Lavery, Ambrose Mackalowsky and Daniel Higgins. Burial was in St. Michael's cemetery.
Bridgeport Standard Telegram 20 September 1919
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Mrs. Anne Aherne
AHERNE — Sept. 24th, Anne, the dearly beloved wife of David Aherne, of Derryorgan, Ballyvolough. Deeply and deservedly regretted. Remains will be taken to the Church on this (Thursday) evening at 6 o'clock. Solemn Requiem Mass tomorrow (Friday) at 10 o'clock. R.I.P. Interment at 1 o'clock (old [illegible]) at Ballyvolough.
Cork Examiner 25 September 1919
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Kate Aherne
AHERNE — On October 5th at Lismaloughlin, Castlemartyr. Kate, the beloved wife of John Aherne. Deeply regretted. Funeral on this day (Tuesday) at 2.30 for Mogeely. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul.
Cork Examiner 7 October 1919
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN — On October 13th at Queenstown General Hospital after short illness. Thomas Ahern 12 Orelia Terrace, Queenstown. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and children. R.I.P. Funeral tomorrow (Wednesday) at 3 o'clock from St. Colman's Cathedral for old Church.
Cork Examiner 14 October 1919
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Bridget (Ahern) Hogan
Death of Mrs. Bridget Hogan—Mrs. John Hogan, known to many of her friends as Mrs. Bridget Hogan, died this morning at 7:45 at the home of her son, John C. Hogan, on North G. Street, from illness due to old age. Funeral services will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church at 7:45 a.m. tomorrow, after which the body will be taken to Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, by her son P. [Patrick] R. Hogan, for interment beside the body of her husband, who died years ago. Mrs. Hogan was born in Ireland, and was 91 years old. She was the mother of John C. Hogan and P.R. Hogan of this city; M.E. [Michael] and T.S. [Thomas] Hogan of Billings Mont., William Hogan of Spokane; Mrs Amelia Manning of Hysham, Mont; Mrs. Mary Sheehy, of Sutherland Springs, Tex. She also leaves 50 grandchildren and 25 great grandchildren.
Aberdeen Daily World 19 October 1919
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Stephen Joseph Ahern
AHERN.—On the 30th November at the Melbourne Hospital, Stephen Joseph, dearly loved third son of James and the late Ellen Ahern, of "Kyber", Pearson street, Brighton, and loved husband of Vera Ahern, of Balaclava, aged 25 years. May his soul rest in peace.
The Argus 1 December 1919
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MRS. AHERN
WELL KNOWN PIONEER WOMAN OF THE TOWNSHIP OF EIDSVOLD
DIED AT HER HOME FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919
Mrs Catherine Ahern died at her home in Eidsvold last Friday, November 28th. She had been in poor health for a number of years and for the last month had ben confined to her bed. She was 76 years of age.

The funeral was held from St. Edward's Church, in Minneota, last Tuesday morning, and was attended by a large number of relatives, friends and neighbors. She is survived by six sons and four daughters and her sons acted as pall-bearers at the funeral. The services at the church were solemn requiem high mass with Father Stewart as celebrant and Fathers Schaefer and Van Walleghem as deacon and sub deacon respectively. Father Stewart preached the funeral sermon which was a touching and eloquent tribute to the deceased. Many who hear this sermon say that it was the most masterly funeral oration that they have listened to.

The maiden name of the deceased was Catherine Brown and she was born in Waterford, Ireland, December 19, 1843. She came to America about the year 1863 or 1864, and about a year after her arrival in this country, she was married to Garrett Ahern in Springfield, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Ahern continued to live in Springfield until 1883 when they decided to court fortune on the virgin prairies of Minnesota.They arrived in Lyon County that same year and homesteaded near the present site of the Village of Taunton. Fourteen years later, in 1897, just 22 years ago this fall, Garrett Ahern died. This left the management of the home and farm upon the mother who proved in every way equal to the great task thus suddenly devolving upon her. She managed the home, inside and out, and showed remarkable executive ability in all that she undertook. It was not an easy task that confronted her, some of the children at that time being very young. But Mrs. Ahern was an unusual woman. She coupled with good health and physical strength, a strong mind and a character of the most sturdy kind. She planned well and she executed her plans with unerring exactness. She kept her family together, brought them up in the fear of God, taught them to love home and country and to do their share as members of the household and citizens of the community, and we say it with full knowledge of the facts that there has not gone out from any home in this settlement a more loyal set of young people than have from time to time come from under the "roof-tree" of the Ahern home. These children, now men and women taking their part in the world's work, are living monuments to the loving care of this noble Christian woman.

It is impossible, in a short newspaper article, to do justice to the character of this woman. What some of our pioneers have meant to the community and to their families and friends, can not be told in a few sentences. At best the most eloquent tribute is but lame and halting and when we can in truth say, as we can in this instance, "well done, thou good and faithful servant" we are pronouncing that verdict than which, there is none more simple nor more filled with meaning. Mrs. Ahern lived and died a true Catholic. She was active in all the good work of the parish and she was one of those who contributed in thought, act and deed to the building up of the struggling congregation of St. Edward's church in its early days. Father Stewart tells us that hers was one of the most inspiring religious lives that it has been his privilege to know and he said that no words of praise could be pronounced in her memory that were not deserved. The children who survive the deceased are: Phil P., James J., Thomas G., William C., Michael F., Garrett F., Mrs. T. F. Walsh, Mrs. M.J. Breen, Mrs. C.E. Erickson and Miss Josie Ahern. She is also survived by a brother, James Brown.

Minneota Mascot 3 December 1919
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Hannah (Summers) Aherin
Mrs. Hannah Aherin, who resided alone in a cottage three doors east of the Adams House, passed away at the hospital last Saturday afternoon. Some time Thursday, Mrs. Aherin was stricken while in her home with a paralytic stroke and lay on the floor until Saturday noon, when she was found by James Vostral, who called at the house. She was nearly dead from exposure and was removed at once to the hospital across the street where she died in a few hours without regaining consciousness. She had no immediate relatives here but her son, Daniel Aherin of Genesee, Idaho, was notified and came at once. Funeral services were held this afternoon at Haight's undertaking parlors and the body will be taken to LeMars, Iowa, for interment.

Hannah Aherin, who maiden name was Summers, was born in Northumberland, England, Feb. 22, 1842. When she was nine years old she came with her parents to America, settling in Wisconsin. She was married in that state in 1860 and continued to reside there til 1882. All of her children were born in Wisconsin. The family then located at LeMars, Iowa, which remained the family home until 1908, when she removed to Adams county, residing on a farm until four years ago when she removed to Ritzville. Her husband died in 1903. Mrs. Aherin was the mother of three daughters and four sons. All the daughters have preceded her in death. The four sons who survive are: William, Eugene, Daniel and Robert. All but the first named are here; also Eddie Aherin, a grandson. Lawrence Ahern, residing near Marcellus is a nephew.
The Journal-Times 4 December 1919
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Ellen (Ahern) Dalton
Mrs. Ellen Ahern Dalton, widow of the late Daniel Dalton, died Tuesday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Lanigan, 155 River Street, aged 82 years. The funeral will be held at the late home at 9:30 o'clock Thursday morning and at St. Mary's church at 10:00. Mrs. Dalton was born in Athea, Limerick Ireland and came to Cortland after her marriage. She leaves a daughter, Mrs John Lanigan and two sons John and William Dalton all of Cortland.
Cortland Standard 15 December 1919
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Alice A'Hearn
Miss Alice A'Hearn died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Kate Donohue, in Cynthiana, Friday, of pneumonia. She was about seventy-five years old and was a native [sic] of Bourbon county, her parents being the late Mr. and Mrs. Richard A'Hearn. Her father died in Ireland before she and other members of her family came to America. Funeral services were conducted at St. Edward's Cathedral church, in Cynthiana, at ten o'clock Saturday morning, conducted by Rev. Father Carroll. The burial followed in St. Edward's Catholic Cemetery, in Cynthiana.
The Bourbon News 30 December 1919
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Thomas O'Hearn
O'HEARN—On Dec. 30, 1919, at his residence, 2,243 Ryer Av., Bronx, Thomas O'Hearn, retired Captain of the New York Fire Department. Requiem mass at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy, Marion Av. and Fordham Road, on Friday at 10 A.M.
New York Times 31 December 1919
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