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Mrs. [Robert] Ahern
This morning died Mrs. Ahern wife of Mr. Robert Ahern wine cooper.
Cork Evening Post 21 November 1757
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Anne Ahern
Cork DIED — this morning on the Sand Quay, Miss Anne Ahern.
Hibernian Chronicle 11 January 1770
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DIED.] . . . —At Corke, the relict of Mr. Matthew Connor ; Miss Anne Ahern ; and Mrs. Julian Gould . . . 
Dublin Mercury 13 January 1770
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Edward Ahern
Cork Deaths — this day near North Gate, Mr. Edward Ahern, grocer.
Hibernian Chronicle 23 December 1776
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Rev. Timothy Aghern
DIED — Last Wednesday the Rev. Timothy Aghern, a clergyman of the Church of Rome.
Hibernian Chronicle 14 August 1777
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Robert Ahern
DIED — Saturday, Mr. Robert Ahern, cooper. His death was occasioned by bruises he received from falling over the Drawbridge - quays on Wednesday night last.
Hibernian Chronicle 1 December 1777
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Garrett Ahern
Cork Died — Last Tuesday evening at his house in Cat Lane, in an advanced age, Mr. Garrett Ahern, an eminent nursery and seedsman, a sincere friend, a tender exemplarary parent and a man of the strictest probity, most cordially regretted by a numerous acquaintance, more particularly the poor, by whom his loss is severely felt.
Hibernian Chronicle 18 June 1778
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Widow Ahern
Died — at Knockany, widow Ahern.
Cork Evening Post 13 November 1788
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John Ahern
DIED — Yesterday in Cat lane after a tedious illness, Mr. John Ahern
Cork Evening Post 19 April 1792
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Limerick, 16th: Died at Askeaton, in the 120th year of his age, Dr. Ahern.
Ennis Chronicle 17 October 1793
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Garrett Ahern
DIED — this morning, Mr. Garrett Ahern, seedsman. [very likely the son of the Garrett Ahern, seedsman, deceased in 1778.]
Cork Evening Post 1 December 1794
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Garrett Ahern
DIED — Yesterday morning in Cat Lane, Mr. Garrett Ahern.
Hibernian Chronicle 1 December 1794
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Mrs. Ahern
DIED — yesterday in Cat lane, Mrs. Ahern mother to Mr. James Ahern, seedsman.
Hibernian Chronicle 30 April 1795
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Mrs. Ahern
DIED — last week at Cat lane, Mrs. Ahern.
New Cork Evening Post 4 May 1795
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John Ahern
DIED — Last week at Carrigeen near Doneraile, John Ahern, farmer, aged 111 years. He was in perfect health until a few days before his death, and used to walk a quarter of a mile every Sunday and Holyday to Mass. — At Ballinree, in the same parish, James Stuart, a farmer, aged upwards of 102 years. A singular instance happening in one week, and in the same parish, of the death of two such ancient persons.
Hibernian Chronicle 18 December 1797
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James Ahern
Died yesterday in Cat Lane Mr. James Ahern, gardner and seedsman. [An advertisement in the Hibernian Chronicle of 13 December 1794 lists "James Ahern, nursery and seedsman, successor to his late brother, Garrett ..."]
Hibernian Chronicle 30 September 1799
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Mrs. Thomas Ahern
DIED — On Sunday morning last, Mrs. Ahern, wife of Mr. Thomas Ahern, New Bridge street, universally regretted.
Cork Mercantile Chronicle 4 April 1808
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Mrs. Anne Ahern
On the 23rd October, last, Mrs. Anne Ahern, wife of Mr. James Ahern, Woolen Draper. [illegible] regretted by her relatives and friends.
Cork Mercantile Chronicle 9 November 1812
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Andrew Ahearn
Abstract of the Convictions and Acquittals at the late Special Commission in Clonmel: Thomas Neal and Andrew Ahearn were found guilty of robbing Mr. James Dudley of a gun, and snapping a pistol at him with intent to kill. Executed at Cahir Friday last.
The Times [of London] 9 February 1816
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Thomas Ahern
DIED — on the 20th instant at an advanced age, Mr. Thomas Ahern of Liscarroll.
Cork Mercantile Chronicle 30 July 1817
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John Ahern
DIED — Yesterday morning at his house in Broad Lane, Mr. John Ahern.
Cork Mercantile Chronicle 15 October 1817
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Samuel Ahern
Yesterday morning, in Broad Street, of a fever, Mr. Samuel Ahern, an honest man.
Limerick Evening Post 6 November 1817
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At Killarney, where he attended the late visitation, apparently in good health, the Rev. Mr. Ahern, P. P. of Dunquin. [Rev. Eugene Ahern was parish priest of the Catholic parish of Ballferriter in Civil Parish of Dunquin at the time of this publication.]
Limerick General Advertiser 10 June 1819
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Charles Ahern
DIED — Yesterday morning, Mr. Charles Ahern, youngest son of the late Mr. John Ahern, of Broad-lane.
The Constitution (Cork Morning Post) 20 February 1824
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Ellen Ahern
In Dominick Street, Cork, Ellen, daughter of the late Mr. Daniel Ahern.
Limerick Chronicle 8 January 1825
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John Ahern
DIED — Yesterday morning at Cove, Mr. John Ahern, Revenue boatman. He was a zealous and trustworthy officer, and in every sense of the word, a truly honest man. He has left a wife and eight young children to deplore his loss.
The Constitution (Cork Advertiser) 25 January 1827
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John Ahearn
At Cove, Mr. John Ahearn, Revenue Officer.
Limerick Chronicle 27 January 1827
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Mrs. Mary Ahern
DIED — On Thursday morning Mrs. Mary Ahern relict of the late John Ahern of this city.
The Constitution (Cork Advertiser) 3 November 1827
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Andrew Ahern
In Leitrim Street, Cork, Mr. Andrew Ahern.
Limerick Evening Post 14 September 1830
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BRUTAL MURDERS IN TIPPERARY
   The following is from the correspondent of the Tipperary Free Press, the Radical journal of that county:—
“Cashel, Sept. 8, 1838.   
   “Sir,—I am grieved to have to inform you that the peace and happiness which so generally reigned over this district these months past was last night disturbed and woefully broken by the commission of two murders committed on the same line of road leading from this town, and at different hours. The ill-fated and unhappy victims of revenge, blended with intoxication, were Toby Bourke, of Garnacarty, near this town, and William Ahern, of Drishane, three miles distant. They were both married, and left large families to deplore their loss. Bourke was brutally murdered convenient to Rosanna, in the suburbs of this town, and William Ahern met the same fate at the hill of Grenane ; stones were the deadly weapons used in each case. I refrain for the presernt, for prudential reasons, from mentioning the names of the persons implicated in these barbarous murders, but I have no doubt that the perpetrators will be brought to justice, several having been already arrested. This day an inquest was held on the body by Captain Bradshaw, coroner when a verdict of 'Wilful murder' was returned. The worthy coroner then proceeded at a rapid pace to the lands of Drishane, accompanied by Chief Constable Blake, where he held an inquest on the body of William Ahern, but owing to the late hour he commenced, and after the examination of three witnesses and Surgeon Heuston, he adjourned the inquest until Monday next, the 10th inst., to be held at 11 o'clock, at the police barrack of Donaskeigh.
   “The principals said to be concerned in each murder were arrested by the police, and are at present confined in Tipperary bridewell.”
The Times [of London] 17 September 1838
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Jane Ann Ahern
Died — On Wednesday (Oct. 17), Mrs. Jane Ann Ahern, consort of William Ahern, merchant of Norfolk.
The Norfolk Daily Advertiser 19 October 1838
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DEATHS
On Sunday last, at Ranelagh, John Ahearne, Esq., solicitor, late of Cork.
Freemans Journal 19 July 1839
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James Ahern
At the house of Charles MíCarthy, Esq., Kanturk, on the 23d. inst., James, son of the late James Ahern, Esq., of Liscarroll, aged 20 years. Having been there but a few days on his return from Baltimore, United States. Decline, produced by the climate he had left put a speedy end to his promising career. Escaping the dangers of a long and hazardous voyage and spending his last moments under the roof of an affectionate and attached sister, he felt rejoiced and thankful to Providence that his remains were to be deposited with those of his ancestors, in the land of his birth. The grave has seldom closed upon a young gentleman of his age possessing more amiability of manner and promising talent of a high order. He will be long regretted by those to whom he was most dear, and all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. May he rest in peace.
The Cork Examiner 30 July 1845
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Mary Ahern
On the 8th inst., after a short illness, Mary, the beloved wife of Mr. Wm. Ahern, Leitrim-street, deeply and deservedly regretted.
The Cork Examiner 11 May 1846
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John Hearn
On Wednesday at Tramore, Mr. John Hearn, formerly of Ballymacaw. [see also: 6 June 1863]
The Cork Examiner 17 June 1846
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Mrs. Ellen Ahern
Died: on Saturday night, 29th inst., at a quarter before 12 o'clock, Mrs. Ellen Ahern, a native of County Westmeath, Ireland, aged 28 years. Her friends are requested to attend her funeral this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from No. 68 Tchoupitoulas street without further notice.
The Times Picayune 30 August 1846
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Alice [Ahern] Swan
On the 10th inst., at Waterloo Buildings in this city, Alice, the beloved wife of Bellingham Swan, aged 38 years.
The Cork Examiner 12 October 1846
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Michael Ahern
At Mallow, of fever, Michael Ahern, Esq. Struck down in the vigour of youth, and in the commencement of a useful and honourable career, his premature death is a source of the deepest affliction, not alone to an amiable and interesting wife, whom it consigns to early widowhood, but of the sincerest sorrow and regret to all who enjoyed the happiness of his friendship. Upright, honourable, and high-minded possessed of a refined and cultivated understanding, and a warm and generous heart. It was impossible to know him intimately without loving him deeply ; and this was sufficiently evinced by the expressions of unfeigned sorrow perceptible in the countenances of the numerous friends who followed his remains to their final resting place.
The Cork Examiner 31 March 1847
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William Ahern
After a short illness, Mr. William Ahern, aged 50 years, during the last 20 of which he superintended the extensive concern of Mr. Conway's posting establishment.
The Cork Examiner 14 April 1847
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Lydia Ahern
On the 30th ult., of consumption, Lydia, second daughter of the late James Ahern of this city.
The Cork Examiner 3 May 1847
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Rev. John Hearn
At Stonyhurst, whilst on a spiritual retreat, on the 30th April, of brain fever, after two days' illness, the Rev. John Hearn, S.J., of St. John's Wigan. This pious and talented clergyman was a native of Carrick-on-Suir, and brother of that highly esteemed and patriotic pastor, the Rev. Daniel Hearn, late of Manchester ; he was in the 37th year of his age, and 13th of his holy ministry, and his premature death is sincerely and deeply lamented by his family and numerous friends.—Requiescat in pace.
The Cork Examiner 10 May 1847
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Judith Hearn
On the 20th inst., in Bagwell-street, Clonmel, of fever, Miss Judith Hearn.
The Cork Examiner 26 July 1847
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Mary Ahern
Died: at Mallow, Mary Ahern, wife of John Ahern, Esq.
The Constitution 28 September 1847
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Mary Ahern
DIED At Mallow on the 28th September, Mary, the beloved wife of John Ahern, Esq. after a long and painful illness which she bore with Christian fortitude.
The Cork Examiner 1 October 1847
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James Ahern
On Monday morning, the 27th inst., at his residence, North Main-street, Mr. James Ahern, much regretted by his family and friends. [see also: Mary Ahern]
The Cork Examiner 31 December 1847
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Patrick O'Hearne
At Greenmount, Wollombi, on the 13th Feb., aged 50, Mr. Patrick O'Hearne, many years a resident of this district, and of whom it may be said, without resorting to unmeaning flattery, that he was, in the strict sense of the term, an "honest man" and that his unassuming manners and natural goodness of heart had won the esteem of all who knew him.
The Maitland Mercury 20 February 1850
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John Ahern, Esq.
At his residence in Mallow, on the 14th inst., aged 70, John Ahern, Esq., for many years an old and respectable inhabitant of that town. [see also: Mary Ahern]
The Cork Examiner 22 February 1850
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John O'Haran
An Irishman by the name of John O'Haran, was drowned yesterday (Sunday) on the Portland side of the River.
Middletown News & Advertizer 9 August 1851
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Daniel Ahern
On Monday the 20th inst., DANIEL AHERN, aged 33 years. The friends of the family are requested to attend his funeral. This morning at 9 o'clock, from his late residence on Orange street near Religious street.
The Daily Picayune 22 October 1851
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Anne Ahern
On the 16th inst., of malignant fever, Miss Anne Ahern, late of the city of Cork, Ireland, aged 19 years.
The Times Picayune 28 July 1853
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Denis O'Conner
DIED: Of the prevailing epidemic [yellow fever], Denis O'Conner, a native of the county Kerry, Ireland. The friends of the family as well as those of his brothers-in-law, W. J. Ahern and John Coleman, are respectfully invited to attend hs funeral, this morning at 10 o'clock, precisely, from his late residence on Basin Street, between Constance and Magazine Streets. The Police of the First District, of which he was a member, are respectfully invited to attend.
The Daily Picayune 12 August 1853
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John Ahern
DIED In this city [Middletown, CT], Aug. 26th, Mr. John Ahern, aged 25 years.
The Constitution 30 August 1854
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Ellen Ahern
At Clontade, on Wednesday the 4th instant, aged 15 years, Ellen, youngest daughter to the late Eugene Ahern, Esq. Requiescat in pace.
The Cork Examiner 6 July 1855
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John Samuel Heron
On the 24th of June last, at St. Lucia Barbadoes, John Samuel Heron, late Assistant-Surgeon, attached to the staff of Sir William G. Colebrook, Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Windward and Leeward Isles, and son of William B. Heron, Esq., L.S.A.I 6, Lower Sackville-street, Dublin.
The Cork Examiner 27 August 1855
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William Bell Herron
On the 31st of January, at his residence, 6, Lower Sackville-street, of organic disease of the heart, William Bell Herron, Esq., in the 64th year of his age.
The Cork Examiner 4 February 1856
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Rev. William Ahern
On Wednesday, at his lodgings Upper Castle-street, Tralee, of consumption, the Rev. William Ahern, R.C.C.
The Cork Examiner 18 April 1856
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Rev. Edward "Edmond" Ahern
On Thursday, May 1st, at the residence of his brother, Mr. John Ahern, Dominick street, Cork, the Rev. Edward [tombstone says Edmond] Ahern, R. C. C. [Roman Catholic Curate] Imogeela.
Cork Examiner 2 May 1856
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Abbie Regina Ahern
In Brooklyn, on Saturday, May 10, at 8 o'clock p.m., of whooping cough, Abbie Regina, infant and only child of S. J. and Jane Ahern, aged 6 months and 9 days. The funeral, to which friends are respectfully invited, will take place this (Monday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from the residence of her parents, Clinton-av., near Gates-av.
New York Times 12 May 1856
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Douglas Murray Hearn
May 29, at Richmond, Surrey, Douglas Murray Hearn, Esq., youngest son of the late Edward Hearn, Esq., Accountant-General of Excise, Dublin.
The Cork Examiner 9 June 1856
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Ellen (Ahern) Davis
DAVIS—In this city, Dec. 2nd, after a short illness, Ellen (Ahern), wife of Thomas S. Davis, aged 38 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral tomorrow Dec. 3rd, at 2 o'clock p.m., from her late residence, Broadway, first house from the corner of Front street, south side, without further notice.
Daily Alta California 2 December 1857
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Maurice Ahern
DEATHS.
At Hernsbrook, Limerick, Maurice Ahern, Esq., aged 88 years.
Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator 20 May 1859
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Michl. Ahern
On Saturday morning, after a short illness, Mr. Michl. Ahern, Old Market-place, deeply regretted by a large circle of friends.
The Cork Examiner 30 January 1860
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William Ahearn
At the Mercy Hospital on Wednesday, of bronchitis, William Ahearn, for several years inspector of hackney-cars in this city.
The Cork Examiner 4 January 1861
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William Ahern
On the 2d instant, of bronchitis, Mr. William Ahern [sic], street inspector.
The Cork Examiner 7 January 1861
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Mary Joseph (Hearne) Hyland
June 25, at Castle Blundin, co. Kilkenny, Mary Joseph, wife of John Hyland, Esq., and only daughter of Capt. Joseph Hearne, of Sea View House, Tramore.
The Cork Examiner 11 July 1861
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Ellen Aheran
In Westport, 24th inst., Ellen Aheran aged 28 years.
Stamford Advocate 29 November 1861
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Robert Thomas Hearn
On the 7th inst., at Paisley, Greenock, Major Robert Thomas Hearn, 76th Regiment, third son of the late Col. Hearn, of the 43d Regiment, and Correagh, county Westmeath.
The Cork Examiner 13 January 1862
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Michael Ahern
On the 8th inst., in New York, after a lingering illness, Michael Ahern, aged 77 years, a native of the parish of Bruff, county Limerick.
The Cork Examiner 27 January 1862
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Thomas Ahern
In this city, May 31, Thomas, son of Matthew and Margaret Ahern, aged 3 years and 2 mos.
Hartford Times 7 June 1862
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Michael Lewis Hearn
   At Bonny, west coast of Africa, on Thursday, the 1st of May, Michael Lewis Hearn, Esq., aged 26, son of the late Edmund Hearn, Esq., of Glounwillon, county Waterford. [see also William Hearne]
The Cork Examiner 19 June 1862
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William Hearne
On the 28th June, at Fernando Po, West Coast of Africa, William Hearne, Esq., aged 38, son of the late Edmund Hearne, Esq., of Glounawillow, Co. Waterford. [see also Michael Lewis Hearn]
The Cork Examiner 21 August 1862
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Eugene Ahern
At the residence of his brother, Eugene, youngest son of the late Michael Ahern.
The Cork Examiner 6 December 1862
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Michael Hearn
Feb 19, at his residence, Ringsend, Mr. Michael Hearn, in the 63d year of his age.—R.I.P.—Amen.
The Cork Examiner 23 February 1863
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Mrs. Joseph Hearn
June 1, to the inexpressible grief of her family and numerous friends, Mrs. Hearn, wife of Joseph Hearn, Esq., of Tramore, for many years master mariner trading from the port of Waterford.
The Cork Examiner 6 June 1863
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George Aherne
On the 31st Aug., at Kilmuckey, Castlemartyr, in the 24th year of his age, George, fourth son of Mr. William Aherne.
The Cork Examiner 7 September 1863
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Owen Ahern
On Saturday last, at Killarney, Mr. Owen Ahern, Stationer.
The Cork Examiner 24 September 1863
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Catharine Ahern
AHERN—On Sunday, January 3, Catharine, the beloved child of Maurice and Eliza Ahern, aged 2 years, 1 month and 19 days.
New York Herald 4 January 1864
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—On Sunday, January 3, James, the beloved son of Patrick and Bridget Ahearn, aged 1 year, 2 months and 15 days.
New York Herald 5 January 1864
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—On Wednesday, January 20, James Ahearn, in the 43d year of his age, a native of the parish of Midleton, county of Cork, Ireland.
New York Herald 20 January 1864
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—On Friday, January 22, Michael Ahern, in the 47th year of his age.
New York Herald 24 January 1864
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James Ahern
On Saturday night, at his residence, in the Abbey, at the advanced age of 82 years Mr. James Ahern, an old and respectable citizen, deeply regretted by all who knew him. His remains were conveyed to St. Patrick's cemetery yesterday by a very large funeral procession. —R.I.P.
Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator 1 March 1864
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Eliza Ahearn
At her residence, the Quay, Dungarvan, on Monday, the 25th instant, Mrs. Eliza Ahearn, at the age of fifty seven years. At half-past ten on the Wednesday morning following her remains will be conveyed to the parish church, followed by a large concourse of sympathising relatives and friends, who flocked in vast numbers, from the remotest country districts, to pay their last tribute of respect to the memory of her whose kindness and benevolence nearly all had some tangible proof or kindly recollection of. After the usual ceremonies of the Church were performed, the remains were lowered into the family vault, amid the tears and prayers and regret of sorrowing thousands, between whom and their benefactor the dark portals of the tomb were to be closed for ever. To form a true estimate of this good woman's worth, it would be necessary to witness the grand manifestation of tender and respectful sympathy with which her remains were borne to the grave on Wednesday last, and which clearly demonstrated her value and her loss. The tearful eye, the stifled sob, and the suppressed but fervent prayer, told, in the most expressive and pathetic eloquence that Mrs. Eliza Ahearn was no ordinary loss. No more shall the widow's suffering be alleviated by her pure and unostentatatious charity ; nor the ever-flowing bounty of her hand assuage the biting pangs of poverty. No, her humane heart is cold for ever, but her immortal soul is gone to the enjoyment of that stainless crown, that bliss undying, which her manifold merits have so well earned. Her death was as composed and Christian like, as her life was exemplary and edifying. A young and amiable family have sustained an irreparable loss ; a large circle of relatives and friends will for ever deplore her as the best of benefactors ; the lowly and unrequited children of labour will miss in her the steady friend and indulgent employer—for considerable was the outlay of her capital annually on her extensive commercial premises ; and the Church, to which she has given a gifted and zealous minister, has lost by her a liberal patroness. Long shall her name be remembered in her native town as a household expression, as the synonyme of everything that was good and ennobling, and her virtuous deed she recorded with pious and grateful reverence in the lowly homesteads of poverty which her unbounded munificence had so often cheered and brightened. Peace to her good and charitable soul.—Communicated.
The Cork Examiner 29 April 1864
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Eliza A'Hearn
DEATHS. At her residence, the Quay, Dungarvan, Mrs. Eliza A'HEARN aged 57 years.
The Waterford News & General Advertiser 6 May 1864
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Maria Ahern
On the 28th inst., after a long and protracted illness, Maria, youngest daughter of the late Mr. James Ahern, North Main-street.
The Cork Examiner 30 May 1864
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Joseph Hearne
May 29, at his residence, Tramore, Joseph Hearne, Esq.
The Cork Examiner 8 June 1864
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Mary Ahern
On the 9th inst., after a short illness, Mary, wife of the late Mr. James Ahern, North Main-street.
The Cork Examiner 11 June 1864
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Jane Ahern
AHERN—On Thursday morning, July 14, Jane Ahern, wife of Dennis Ahern.
New York Herald 15 July 1864
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John A'Hearne
A'HEARNE—On Tuesday morning, July 19, John A'Hearne, a native of the county of Waterford, Ireland, in the 81st year of his age.
New York Herald 20 July 1864
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Thomas Ahearn
AHEARN—In Brooklyn, Thomas Ahearn, a native of Castletown Roach, county Cork Ireland in the 47th year of his age.
New York Herald 29 July 1864
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James Ahearn
AHEARN—At the residence of his parents, 177 Seventh avenue, James, youngest son of Edward and Margaret Ahearn, aged 1 year, 9 months and 4 days.
New York Herald 16 August 1864
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John R. Ahern
AHERN—On Wednesday, August 24, John R. Ahern, son of John and Mary Ahern, aged 3 months and 28 days. The friends and relatives of the family are requested to attend the funeral, on Friday afternoon, at two o'clock, from Clifton S. J.
New York Herald 25 August 1864
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Peter Carolan
At the Everett House, New York, Dec 25, of hemorrhage of the lungs, in the 31st year of his age, Peter Carolan, of J. & P. Carolan, merchants, Sacramento, Cal. His friends, and those of his brother in-law, S. J. Ahern, are respectfully invited to attend the obsequies, from St. Francis Xavier Church, West 16th st., on Tuesday morning, Dec 27, at 10 o'clock A.M. The remains will be taken to California for interment.
New York Times 27 December 1864
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Daniel A'Hern
The body of a man, identified as Daniel A'Hern, was found by Joseph Light yesterday morning frozen in the ice outside of the sandbar, foot of the Third Street Levee. Deceased had been employed as teamster for Mr. Merry, and on Sunday evening, Jan. 1st he left his home in West Dubuque to feed his team in Dunleith, but it appears he never reached his destination. He was seen about 10:00 o'clock that evening in the lower part of town, and while wending his way across the river, took the track that had been abandoned by Merry's teams and fell through the ice but a few feet from the shore. A number of accidents happened in that vicinity about that time, and it is supposed he walked into a hole and thereby lost his life. Since his disappearance his family and friends have been exercised about him, but it was supposed he had gone on a visit to his relatives in the country. He was a brother-in-law of George W Starr; also of Tim Molony, and formerly worked at mining for the Level & Lead Mining Companies. He leaves a wife and two children to mourn the loss of a father and husband, snatched from them in the prime of life. His age was about thirty-three years. Coroner Leist took possession of the body and conveyed it to the afflicted family in West Dubuque, after an inquest was held upon the remains, and a verdict rendered in accordance with the above facts. Deceased was highly respected and connected and came to this city when a youth. He was a kind father, a loving husband and leaves a large circle of friends and acquaintances to mourn his untimely end.
Dubuque Herald 14 January 1865
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Hattie Ahern
In Portland, Feb. 7, Hattie, daughter of Maurice Ahern, aged 2 years 3 mos.
The Constitution 15 February 1865
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Jeremiah Ahern
On the 23rd inst., at his residence, Five-Mile-Bridge, Mr. Jeremiah Ahern, aged 77.—R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 24 June 1865
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John Phillip Ahern
AHERN.—On the 10th inst, at his parents' residence, Mill Rose Farm, Campbellfield, John Phillip, youngest son of Mr. Phillip Ahern, aged seventeen years.
THE Friends of Mr. PHILLIP AHERN are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late son, John Phillip, to the place of interment, Melbourne General Cemetery. The funeral to move from his residence, Mill Rose Farm, Campbellfield, THIS DAY, Saturday, 21st inst., at 1 o'clock, passing Pentridge toll-gate about half-past 2 p.m. JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne.
The Argus 21 April 1866
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Ellen Ahern
AHERN.—On the 8th inst., at Melbourne, Ellen, eldest daughter of Mr. Timothy Ahern, of Lonsdale-street, aged twenty-one years. Sincerely regretted by all who know her.
THE Friends of Mr. TIMOTHY AHERN are respectfully Invited to follow the remains of his late eldest daughter to the place of interment, Melbourne Old Cemetery. The funeral to move from the Melbourne Hospital THIS DAY, Saturday, 9th inst., at 1 o'clock. JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne.
The Argus 9 June 1866
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Stephen Ahern
In this city [Middletown, CT], Aug. 3d, Stephen, son of Thomas Ahern, aged 14 months.
The Constitution 8 August 1866
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Mortality Report
For the week ending Sept. 6, 1866, made by Jesse Morrill, Superintendent of City Cemetery office at J. A. Conboie's, 108 J street, where all the records may be examined:
Sept. 6—Jeremiah Ahearn, 3 months, 24 days, Cal.
Sacramento Daily Union 10 September 1866
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Anne Ahern
This morning at Peter's Cell House, in this city, after a truly Christian life, Anne, daughter of the late James Ahern, Esq.
Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator 28 September 1866
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John A'Hern
Death of a Veteran at Oxford.—A few days ego John A'Hern, late corporal of the 6th Carbineers, and late Commissionaire at Messrs. Foster and Co.'s, clothiers and robemakers, High-street, Oxford, died in the Radcliffe Infirmary. The deceased was present at the Afghanistan campaign in 1842, also at the battles of Sobraon, Rammegar, the passage of the Chenab, the action of Sovobvlapore, at Chillianwallah, Goojerat, and Kukrada, where he was severely wounded. He wore five medals and two clasps, which proved that he was a valiant soldier, and a brave defender of British conquests in India, therefore deserving of the gratitude of his countrymen and the praises of posterity.
County Observer 30 March 1867
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Eugene Ahern
AHERN.—On the 28th instant, EUGENE AHERN, in the 49th year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residence, No. 809 S. Tenth street, on Wednesday morning at 8½ o'clock. Funeral service at St. Paul's Church. Interment at Cathedral Cemetery.
The Evening Telegraph 30 March 1869
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James O'Hearn
Died. On the 4th April, in New Brunswick, after a short illness, James O'Hearn, aged 47 years, a native of Nenagh, co. Tipperary.
Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator 4 May 1869
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Catharine Ahern
DIED.—On Monday, July 12, at 12½ o'clock p.m., Catharine Ahern, wife of David Ahern aged 36 years, a native of Caragaline, county Cork, Ireland. Her funeral will take place on Tuesday, the 20th inst., at 4 o'clock p.m., from her late residence, No. 113 Religious street. Indianola and Galveston papers please copy.—New Orleans Times.
Flake's Bulletin (Galveston, TX) 21 July 1869
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James Joseph Hearne
Drowned in St. John's Pill [Waterford], James Joseph, son of Mr. James Hearne, Manager Waterford Clubhouse.
Limerick Reporter & Tipperary Vindicator 6 August 1869
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Rev. Father Paul Ahern
The funeral of the Rev. Father Paul Ahern, assistant pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross at Flatbush, N. Y., took place Tuesday afternoon from the church to which he was attached. He was interred in the cemetery at Flatbush.
Burlington Free Press 7 October 1870
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Timothy Patrick Ahern
AHERN—On the 20th November, at the Sportsman's Arms Hotel, Queen-street, Timothy Patrick, the beloved son of Mary and John Ahern, aged 10 months.
The Brisbane Courier 25 November 1870
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Death of Michael Ahern
One by one in rapid succession the early settlers of Dubuque are passing away. Hardly a week leaves its impress on the record of time past, but someone whose active days of business life were spent in muilding up the material interests of the city is borne to his last rest. And now it becomes our duty to chronicle the death of Mr. Michael Ahern, residence on 15th street. The deceased passed quietly away on Saturday morning, having reached the advanced age of 62 years. He was a native of Ireland, and came to this country and to this city about 27 years ago. He has, up to within a very years, led an active working life. The disease which was the immediate cause of his death was superinduced by exposure during a very cold night a little while back. He was called suddenly from his chamber during the night time by the cry of fire—the cause of the alarm was the burning of his chimney—and being insufficiently clothed, contracted a severe cold, which finally, as before stated, brought him to his sick bed from which he never arose. Mr. Ahern was a man of positive character, upright and fair in all his dealings, and leaves behind a grateful memory. He was one of those men who make the world better (though their lives be humble) for having lived in it. He leaves a wife and one son to mourn his loss.

Died.
AHERN — In this city, on the 24th inst., Michael Ahern, aged 62 years, a native of county Clare, Ireland. The funeral will be held to-morrow (Monday) at 1 o'clock, from his late residence on 15th st. between Jackson and Washington. The remains will be taken to Key West. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Dubuque Daily Herald 25 December 1870
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Maurice Ahern
The Cork Herald announces the death of "probably the oldest man in the country"—Mr. Maurice Ahern, farmer, Five-mile Bridge, near Ballinahassig, and about six miles from Cork, at the age of 115. He had lived on that farm for 108 years, and retained all his faculties till within a fortnight of his death.
The Guardian 12 April 1871
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Blanche Elizabeth (Ahern) Quadrent
QUADRENT—April 15, at the residence of her mother, No. 5, Terminus-street, Sydney, Blanche Elizabeth, wife of George Reginald Quadrent, and eldest beloved daughter of Mr. M. Ahern, of St. Laurence, Queensland, of disease of the heart, aged 22 years, leaving an only child.
Sydney Morning Herald 19 April 1871
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John Ahern
AHERN.—On the 1st August, at the Sportman's Arms, Queen-street, after a long and painful illness, John Ahern, third son of Mrs. Ahern, aged 32 years.
FUNERAL—The Friends of the late Mr. JOHN AHERN are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral ; to move from the residence of his Mother, Sportsman's Arms, Queen-street, THIS DAY (Wednesday), at 4 p.m. 1072 G. B. PETRIE, Undertaker.
The Brisbane Courier 2 August 1871
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John O'Hearn, Sr.
Deaths. In this city on Tuesday, James O'Hearn Sr.
[see also: 1 May 1873]
Cynthiana News 17 August 1871
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John Ahern
August 1, at Brisbane, John, third son of Mrs. Ahern, aged 32 years.
Australian & NZL Gazette 14 October 1871
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN—In San Francisco, June 24th, Jeremiah Ahern, aged 47 years.
Sacramento Daily Record 26 July 1872
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Hanorah (Bowes) O'Hearn
Deaths. April 28, Mrs Hanorah O'Hearn aged 55.
[see also: 17 August 1871]
Cynthiana News 1 May 1873
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John O'Hern
John O'Hern, a boy of seven years of age, was found in the dock of the Eastern Packet Company, on Commercial street, yesterday at 5 p.m. The body was taken to the Eighth Police Station where unsuccessful efforts at resuscitation were made. No inquest was deemed necessary.
The Boston Globe 11 September 1873
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN—In this city, October 7th, Patrick Ahern, native of the Parish of Killea, County Cork, Ireland, aged 42 years. (Cork Examiner please copy.) Friends and acquaintances and those of his sisters, Mrs. Mahoney, Mrs. Smiddy and Mrs. Carey, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-day (Thursday) at 22½ o'clock p.m. from his late residence, 152½ Bordman Place, between Bryant and Brannan and Sixth and Seventh streets.
San Francisco Daily Morning Call 9 October 1873
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William Ahern
William Ahern of New Haven was found lying dead in the street, Friday morning. It is supposed that his death was caused by exposure, while intoxicated.
The Boston Globe 13 April 1874
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James Hearns
Naugatuck — James Hearns an aged Irishman was interred in the Catholic cemetery on Monday afternoon. He was an old resident of this place being at his death about sixty-three years old.
Waterbury Daily American 7 May 1874
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Patrick Ahearn
AHEARN — On Thursday, May 14th, at 1 o'clock P.M., PATRICK AHEARN, aged 27 years, a native of Killoughteen, parish of Newcastle West, county Limerick, Ireland, a resident of this city for the last five years. The funeral will take place from Mr. Daniel P. White's residence, corner of Gravier and Willow streets, on Friday, May 15th at 10 o'clock, A.M. The friends of the family are respectfuly invited to attend without further notice. New York and Limerick (Ireland) papers please copy.
Times Picayune 15 May 1874
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Francis Ahearn
AHEARN — On Tuesday, June 16, 1874, FRANCIS AHEARN, aged forty-five years, a native of Queenstown, county Cork, Ireland, and a resident of this city for the past twenty-eight years. The friends of the deceased and those of his family, are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will take place from his late residence, corner of Religious and Orange streets, This Afternoon, at 4 o'clock. New York and county Cork (Ireland) papers please copy.
Times Picayune 17 June 1874
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Edward Ahern
Edward Ahern, one of the soldiers at Fort Trumbull [New London, CT] who was severely injured by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing a salute, Saturday, has since died. He was an old soldier, and formerly in the British Army in the Indian service. He left a wife and two children.
The Boston Globe 8 July 1874
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Thomas Hearn
HEARN—On Tuesday, March 16, THOMAS HEARN, a native of county Kilkenny, Ireland, in the 53rd year of his age. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, No. 456 West Thirty-ninth street, on Thursday, March 18, at half-past one o'clock. New Orleans and Zanesville (Ohio) papers please copy.
New York Herald 17 March 1875
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Timothy Ahern
The Argus, Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, July 6 1875 — "A sudden death occurred at Hosie's Baths, Bourke-street, yesterday. Soon after noon a man whose name is unknown went in, asked and paid for a warm bath, and was shown into a bathroom by Alexander Wilson, an attendant. After the man had been in about 20 minutes Wilson knocked at the door, and getting no answer, opened it and found the man dead in the bath. The body was removed to the Melbourne Morgue, where it awaits identification and an inquest. The man was about 50 years old*, 5 ft. 9 in. or 10" high, clean shaved, wore a dark overcoat, black vest, black tweed trousers and lace-up boots. A red bruise was observed on each elbow, and one on the right temple. In his pocket were found sixpence and a return ticket from Richmond."

The result of the inquest showed the man to be Timothy Ahern, aged 80 years* He died of asphyxia from drowning, and probably fainted in the bath, and was thus drowned. A verdict of accidentally drowned was returned.
The Age 6 July 1875
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Timothy Ahern
THE Friends of the late Mr. TIMOTHY AHERN are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, Old Cemetery Melbourne. The funeral will move from his late residence, 4 William street, off Church street, Richmond, THIS DAY, 7th inst., at half past 2 o'clock. JOHN DALEY, undertaker, Latrobe and Spring streets, Melbourne.
The Melbourne Argus 7 July 1875
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Denis Ahearn
At Parramatta, Mr. Denis Ahearn, aged 54.
Australian and N. Z. Gazette 27 September 1875
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Morris O'Hearn
We regret to learn of the death of Morris O'Hearn, a correspondent of The Globe, which occurred at the residence of Mr. P. Winslow in Brandon, on Wednesday the 23d day of February. The Brandon Union pays the following tribute to his memory:

In the death of this young man Brandon loses one of its most promising youth. He had acquired a good education, which with his quick perception, social nature and generous heartedness, would have given him great adaptability in the affairs of life. He was capable and talented, and had he been spared would some time have occupied a prominent position. He passed examination for entrance to the University of Vermont last summer, with high standing, and it was his cherished ambition to take a college course, but it seemed the will of Providence to order otherwise. He taught school several terms in Brandon, Pittsford and Sudbury, and with great acceptance to his employers.

By advice of his friends he went to Florida last fall for the benefit of his health, but it was of no avail, and he returned to Brandon about three weeks ago, since which time he has not left the house of Mr. Whalen, where he has been stopping. He was greatly loved by hosts of friends. The funeral took place Feb. 25th, at the Catholic church.

The Rutland Daily Globe 7 March 1876
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—On the 12th inst., at his residence, Bridge-street, in this city, Mr. Michael Ahern, of the Butter Exchange, eldest son of Mr. Michael Ahern, Rae-street, Tralee, aged 29 years, a fond husband, an affectionate father, and a true friend, deeply and deservedly regretted. May he rest in peace.
The Cork Examiner 13 March 1876
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Frank Ahearn
Ahearn—On the 20th October, at his residence, Lightwood Vale, Western District, Victoria, Frank Ahearn, aged 31 years.
Grey River Argus 21 October 1876
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Matthias Ahern
AHERN—Sydney, Mr. Matthias Ahern, aged 49 years.
Sydney Morning Herald 28 October 1876
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Bridget Ahearn
Bridget Ahearn; funeral to-day, St. Anne's R. C. Church.
Brooklyn Union-Argus 3 September 1877
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Kate Ahern
AHERN—On the 31st ult., Kate, eldest and beloved daughter of John A. Ahern, of Dromatimore. Funeral at 2 o'clock on the 2nd January, for Ahabologue.
The Cork Examiner 2 January 1878
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Mrs. Daniel Murphy
MURPHY—On the 15th instant, Mrs. Daniel Murphy, late of Clashmartin, near Ballincollig, at the residence of her son-in-law, Patrick Ahern, 27 Watercourse Road, aged, 94 years. Funeral will leave St. Patrick's Church at 10 o'clock, on Thursday morning, the 17th instant, for the Botanic Gardens.—R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 16 January 1878
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Ellen (Dunworth) Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, September 28, Mrs. Ellen Ahearn (maiden name, Ellen Dunworth) a native of Ireland, aged 40 years.
Daily Alta California 30 September 1878
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Ellen (Dunworth) Ahearn
AHEARN — In this city, September 28, Mrs. Ellen Ahearn, a native of Ireland, aged 40 years.
San Francisco Bulletin 30 September 1878
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Rev. J. Ahearne
   AHEARNE—October 3, at Kilkee, after a lingering illness, Rev. J. Ahearne, O.M.I.
The Cork Examiner 8 October 1878
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Patrick Ahern
AHERN — On Tuesday, October 15, 1878 at 7 o'clock a.m. PATRICK AHERN, a native of Lismore, County Waterford, Ireland, aged 26 years.
The Times Picayune 16 October 1878
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Walter Charles Ahern
AHERN.—March 21, Mudgee, Walter Charles Ahern, 6 weeks.
Sydney Morning Herald 12 April 1879
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DEAD UNDER A DORY.
Further Particulars About the East Braintree Mystery —
Was Michael Ahern's Death Accidental or Otherwise?
   A paragraph appeared in Saturday's GLOBE announcing the finding of the body of Michael Ahern on the banks of the Monatiquot river, East Braintree, a small dory lying across him. Further investigation shows that the body was discovered by Clarence Williams of Weymouth of Weymouth, who was passing in company with another man. The peculiar position in which the boat was placed arrested his attention. He then proceeded thither, when he discovered this body lying underneath, face downward, arms extended, head toward the bank and feet toward the water. Ahearn [sic] was forty-one years of age, unmarried, and boarded with his brother-in-law, George Bennett, near the old North Church. He left there Wednesday night with some friends with the intention of going to the walking match, and was seen there during the evening. He spent the night at the house of a friend named Fred Doherty, living near his boarding place. About 10 o'clock Thursday morning he left Mr. Doherety's for the purpose of going to Boston, taking the cars at Weymouth station. He returned on the train, leaving Boston at 7 o'clock in the evening, and was met at Braintree by a friend who walked with him to Washington Square at Weymouth Landing, who represents that Ahearn was somewhat under the influence of liquor. Ahearn called at the Narragansett House between 9 and 10 o'clock, when he represented that he had secured a job at Cohasset for the season, if things proved favorable. He was seen soon after by Officer Pease, the night watchman, who called him intoxicated.
Heading Towards East Braintree.
   No further trace of him alive can be found. It has been currently reported that his visit to Boston was for the purpose of drawing money from the bank, but upon inquiry his bank books are found to be all right in his trunk, although about $50. which he was known to have in ready cash, is missing. When found there was only sixty cents in his pockets.
   Mr. Williams went and called Mr. Whitmarsh, who lives near by, and he immediately sent for Deputy Sheriff White, who took charge of the body and placed it in care of Undertakers Ford and McCormick, who removed it to their place of business. Medical Examiner C. C. Tower was at once notified, and upon examination of the body found a livid discoloration in the inner side of the upper lip, also a tumefaction of the central part of the forehead and fleshy part of the nose; over the right eyebrow was a deep bruise, the mark extending about two inches obliquely upwards toward the scalp, and at one point a breakage of the skin, but no evidence of the fracture of the nose underneath was discovered. In the palms of the hands, in the nostrils and in the hair and beard there was some dock mud. After this examination and what investigation has thus far been made the conclusion arrived at by the medical examiner, is that the immediate cause of death and that without further evidence he did not feel justified in performing an autopsy.
Many Do Not Feel Satisfied
with this result, notwithstanding the conclusion reached by the medical examiner, feeling that the severe bruises about the head and face indicated the possibility, as well as a strong probability, that Ahearn met his death from other causes; some fearing that foul play may have been the primary cause of death. They feel that in falling he could not have struck hard enough to have caused those bruises. Another reason given is that there being a heavy sea and strong northeast wind at the time he is supposed to have fallen, would have carried the body further south and landed it upon the opposite side of the river, and that the body , if thrown up then by the heavy sea, would have been twisted about instead of lying straight and prone, as found. The most probable solution of the mystery is that being in an intoxicated condition he wandered away down by the river bank and fell at low water, so that when the tide came up it washed over him, causing his death, and the boat, breaking from its moorings, was washed into the position as found. Many in the community think that a searching investigation into the matter should be made, so that the real truth of the affair may be discovered, if possible.
The Boston Globe 20 April 1879
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William Ahern
AHERN.—On the 12th August, at his residence, Travellers' Home Hotel, Ruthven-street, Toowoomba, after a short illness, William Ahern, a native of Donick More, County Cork, Ireland, aged 34.—R. I. P. [Cork Examiner please copy.] [see also: Dr. Terence M. A'Heron, Mrs. Ellen Francis (Ahern) Foster, John Ahern]
The Queenslander 30 August 1879
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Martin Ahearn
AHEARN—On the 10th inst., at East Melbourne, Martin, the beloved son of Richard Ahearn, of Karabeal, aged 30 years. R.I.P.
The Argus 17 November 1879
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Fatal Result of Injuries
Edward Ahearn, who, in company with Dennis O'Connor and M. Reagan, were thrown from their team Monday evening on Brighton avenue, Ahearn receiving a fracture of the skull, died yesterday at 2 o'clock at the city hospital from his injuries.
The Boston Globe 28 January 1880
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Ella G. Ahern
AHERN.—On Monday, March 1, at 3 o'clock A.M., ELLA G., daughter of Bartholomew and Ellen Ahern, in the 21st year of her age, Funeral to-day (Tuesday, March 2), from her late residence, 1224 Sixth street n.w., at 3 o'clock P.M. Relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend.
The Washington Post 2 March 1880
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—In this city, 24th inst., Mary, daughter of Daniel and Bridget A. Ahern, 1 year, 1 month.
The Boston Globe 26 August 1880
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Julia M. Ahearn
In Provincetown, Julia M. Ahearn, aged 1 year, 1 month, 16 days.
Barnstable Patriot 21 September 1880
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Thomas Ahearn
Death of an Estimable Young Man.
Thomas Ahearn, a young man of about 20, the son of John Ahearn, residing on Sixteenth avenue, west of Thirteenth street, died at his father's house between 4 and 5 o'clock yesterday morning. The young man was born in Philadelphia, but when quite small removed with his parents to this city. At the time of his death he was serving an apprenticeship in the railroad company's blacksmith shop, where he had been employed for three years, and he was highly esteemed for his excellent qualities by his foreman and fellow-workmen. For the past two years Mr. Ahearn had been a sufferer from consumption, but he kept his spirits bravely and never gave up hoping for the best until yesterday, always maintaining that he felt very well. A little after 4 o'clock yesterday morning, however, says the Sun, after being confined to his room for but a single day, he began to sink rapidly, and the vital spark soon fled while a prayer lingered on the young man's lips. He was the oldest of three sons and was idolized by his parents for his beauties of character, they having fond hopes for his future. He was, indeed, a model young man, and was a regular attendant upon the services at St. John's Church, being also a member of the Sodality. The funeral will leave the house about 8 o'clock on Saturday morning and proceed to St. John's Church, where appropriate services will be performed. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to be present.
Morning Tribune 5 November 1880
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Thomas Ahearn
Thomas Ahearn, son of our honest friend John Ahearn, of Altoona, died on Thursday last of consumption, aged about twenty years. The deceased was a most exemplary young man, the hope and pride of his family and a model worthy the imitation of his youthful friends and associates, by whom he was greatly esteemed. The bereaved parents and other relatives have our earnest sympathies, while for the deceased himself we sincerely hope that his soul has found rest eternal.
The Cambria Freeman 12 November 1880
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Morris Ahern
Court Freeman's Pride, No. 2, Foresters, will attend the funeral of Morris Ahern, which occurs tomorrow.
The Boston Globe 22 January 1881
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Bridget (Welch) O'Hern
O'Hern, Bridget, nee Welch, Feb. 14, 1881, wife of Michael, aged 23 yrs., 1 mon., born in Parish Killeden, Co. Mayo. Funeral from resid., 121 Brown st. to the Jesuit Church to Cavalry.
Chicago Daily News February 1881
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Rev. Maurice Ahern
DEATH OF THE REV. M. AHERN, C.C. We regret to announce the death of the Rev. Maurice Ahern, C.C., Fermoy. The office and High Mass will take place on Wednesday at 10:30a.m.
The Cork Examiner 29 March 1881
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John O'Hearn
Mr. John O'Hearn died at the residence of his uncle, Mr. Patrick O'Hearn, in this village last Friday afternoon of typhoid pneumonia.
The Record 11 June 1881
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Bettie M. (Wolf) Ahern
AHERN — In Baton Rouge, La. at Gartness Plantation, on Saturday, August 13, 1881 at 8 P.M., BETTIE M. WOLF, wife of Chas. Ahern, aged 32 years.
Times Picayune 21 August 1881
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John Ahearn
John Ahearn, a member of the fire department, and formerly in the saloon business with J. P. Rafferty, on Allen street, died Monday. He had been under medical treatment since the 18th instant. Peritonitis ensued and the result was as above stated. The funeral yesterday was under the auspices of the fire department.
Arizona Weekly Citizen 1 January 1882
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Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN—In this city, 15th inst., Elizabeth Ahern, 31 years.
The Boston Globe 18 January 1882
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James J. Hearn
HEARN — January 30 at Carrick-on-Suir, James J. Hearn Esq., aged 34 years.
The Cork Examiner 6 February 1882
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Mary Ahearn
AHEARN.—In Boston Highlands, at residence, 99 Smith street, Mary, wife of Timothy Ahearn, 34 years. Funeral mass at St. Francis de Sales Church, Vernon street, Thursday, 9th inst. at 9 o'clock a.m. Relatives and friends are invited.
The Boston Globe 8 March 1882
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Michael O'Herons
Michael O'Herons, who lived at the head of Main Street, and was employed in the Foundry, died last Friday of lung fever leaving a wife and 5 small children in poor circumstances. His fellow workmen have raised a purse of 70.00 for his family.
Bristol Press 30 March 1882
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Mrs. William Aherne
AHERNE — On the 8th instant, at her residence, Castle Quarter, Dungourney, the dearly beloved wife of Mr William Aherne, deeply and deservedly regretted by a large circle of friends. R.I.P. Funeral on this day (Monday).
The Cork Examiner 10 April 1882
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James Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, 8th inst., James, son of Cornelius and Mary Ahearn.
The Boston Globe 9 July 1882
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James A. Ahern
Ahern—On the 24th instant, at the residence of his parents, 1447 Bancroft street, James A. , son of Thomas and Elizabeth Ahern, aged 15 years. Due notice of the funeral will be given.
Philadelphia Record 25 October 1882
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Hanora Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, 11th inst., Hanora, wife of John Ahern.
The Boston Globe 13 January 1883
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Oliver Ahern
AHERN.—On the 21st of January, 1883, OLIVER, beloved son of Bartholomew Ahern, in the eleventh year of his age. Funeral will take place from his residence, 18 E street, northwest, on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend.
Washington Post 22 January 1883
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Mary A. O'Hearn
O'Hearn — On Sunday, February 18, Mary A., oldest daughter of Mary and Michael O'Hearn, aged 25 years. Funeral Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 9 a. m., from family residence, No. 129 University st.
— Cleveland Necrology, 20 February 1883
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Dennis O'Hern
O'HERN—Dennis O'Hern, aged 71 years, at his residence, corner Fourteenth and Grayson Sts., after an illness of dropsy of the heart. Funeral will take place this morning at 8:30 o'clock. [see also: Johanna O'Hern]
Courier Journal 14 April 1883
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Mary Agnes (Doyle) Ahearn
Ahearn, Mary Agnes, nee Doyle, May 11, 1883, aged 67 yrs., at resid., 124 N. Market st., widow of Maurice Ahearn, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, and for many years a resident of New York City.
Chicago Daily News May 1883
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John Ahern
AHERN—At his late residence, Fortieth st, near Fourth av, on Monday December 24, John Ahern, in the 54th year of his age.

His remains will be removed to St. Michael's Church, corner Forty-second st. and Fourth av. on Thursday, December 27, at 9 o'clock, where a solemn requiem mass will be offered; thence to the Cemetery of the Holy Cross for interment. Relatives and friends, also members of St. Michael's Conference, St. Vincent de Paul Society and Catholic Benevolent Legion, No. 28, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral.

Brooklyn Eagle 26 December 1883
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John Ahearn
AHEARN.—In Cambridge, 2d inxt., John Ahearn, 64 years.
The Boston Globe 10 February 1884
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Charles A. Ahern
AHERN — At Gartness Plantation, Baton Rouge, La., on Wednesday, April 2, 1884, at 2:30 A.M. CHAS. A. AHERN, in the 39th year of his age.
Times Picayune 4 April 1884
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Thomas F. Ahearn
AHEARN.—In this city, Thomas F. Ahearn, 21 years. Funeral Friday, June 20, at 2 p.m., from his late residence, 82 Hudson street.
The Boston Globe 19 June 1884
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John Ahern
Ahern, John, died June 25, 1884, aged 66 yrs., husband of Ellen, born in Corroughgurn, Co. Tipperary. Funeral from resid., 764 Dickson st. to Annunciation Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News June 1884
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Will D. Ahern
AHERN—Drowned, at Wilson's Point, La., Aug. 3, 1884, WILL D. AHERN, 31 years of age, a native of this city, son of the late Daniel J. Ahern and Annie M. Lawrence. Richmond (Va.) papers please copy.
The Times Picayune 17 August 1884
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Lizzie F. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Roxbury, 22d inst., Lizzie F. Ahearn, 32 years.
The Boston Globe 24 December 1884
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Daniel Ahern
AHERN—In this city, 5th inst., Daniel Ahern, at his late residence, 44 Hudson st.
The Boston Globe 8 February 1885
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Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN.—At Charlestown, 18th inst., Joseph, only child of William J. and Ella Ahearn, 1 year 2 months and 0 day. Funeral from residence, 79 Henly pl., Friday, 20th inst., at 2 p.m.
The Boston Globe 19 February 1885
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Mary (Ahern) Jones
The friends of Mr. B. Jones are invited to the Funeral of his beloved MOTHER at half-past 2 o'clock to Balmain Cemetery. WALTER STEWART, Undertaker.
Sydney Herald 20 February 1885
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Patrick Ahern
February 26 at Castlequarter, Dungourney, Mr Patrick Ahern, father of Rev P Ahern, late PP of Grenagh, aged 100 years. Funeral for the family burial place, Mogeely, at one o'clock pm today (Saturday). R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 28 February 1885
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Mary Hanord Ahern
AHERN.—On the 21st February, at Muttaburra, of convulsions, Mary Hanord, [sic] only child of John and Mary Ahern, aged 8 months 3 weeks and 5 days.
The Queenslander 21 March 1885
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Norah F. Ahern
AHERN — In Natick, Mar. 25, Norah F. Ahern, aged 22 years, 9 months and 15 days.
The Natick Citizen 27 March 1885
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Mary O'Hearne
Yesterday afternoon the funeral of Miss Mary O'Hearne, late of Bayside, took place from St. Michael's Catholic Church, in Flushing. The young woman died in a hospital in New York. Previous to her death application was made to Police Justice Smith, of Flushing, for a warrant for the arrest of Robert Stewart who, anticipating trouble, left the village and is now in Montana.
Brooklyn Eagle 22 April 1885
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Jeremiah F. Ahern
On the 14th inst. [of this month], Jeremiah F. Ahern, aged 32 years. Funeral from SS. Peter & Paul's Church on Saturday, 16th at 9 o'clock. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 15 May 1885
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Mary Ahearn
Mary Ahearn died suddenly, it is supposed from heart disease, yesterday, at her residence, No. 15 State street.
Brooklyn Eagle 18 May 1885
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John J. Ahearn
AHEARN — In Natick, June 11, John J. Ahearn, aged 22 years, 11 months and 17 days.
The Natick Citizen 15 June 1885
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MORTALITY REPORT.
For two weeks ending Jane 13, 1885, made by J. N. Herndon, Superintendent of the City Cemetery. Office, at the Chapel, City Cemetery:
May 29—Fong Men Gee, 37 years, James Ahern, 21 years and 6 months.
Sacramento Record-Union 15 June 1885
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Maurice Ahearn
AHEARN.—In this city, 14th inst., Maurice Ahearn, 45 years.
The Boston Globe 15 July 1885
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SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT.
Charlie Ahearn Drowned in the Connecticut
Charlie Ahearn, the 12-year-old son of Patrick Ahearn, who was drowned near the Hadley bridge Thursday afternoon, was an unusually bright lad and the pet of the family. He was for some time a newsboy connected with this office, and his sudden death was felt by his companions and associates. With his older brother, James, he undertook to wade from a sandbar below the bridge to the Northampton shore, when he stepped into a deep place where the current was very strong. Being unable to swim, he sank and was carried downstream. His brother, who is a swimmer but not a stong lad, started for his rescue, and succeeded in reaching him, but was seized by the drowning boy with so desparate a clutch that both seemed likely to drown. Albert Ripley of Amherst college who happened to be in a canoe off the bank above, jumped into the water and struck out for the struggling boys, whom he succeeded in disengaging, so that James could swim ashore and save himself. His efforts to save Charlie were not as successful, however, as, weighted down with his clothing and hampered by the struggles of the boy, he was soon exhausted. Having the swift current to contend with, it was all he could do to reach the shore after freeing himself from the grasp of the boy whom he found he could not save. After he left him, Charlie threw up his hands above the water once and disappeared several rods below the scene of the attempted rescue. The alarm was given in town as soon as possible and the father drove rapidly to the river. but could find no trace of the boy. Boats were put out and divers commenced their search, which was carried on until late in the evening, while the river was dragged by torchlight late in the night with no success. It is not likely that the remains will be recovered for several days, as of a half dozen boys drowned near the same place, the bodies were not recovered until they were washed up on the banks between Hockanum and Smith's Ferry. In the meantime the suspense of the parents is painful. [See 10 August 1885.]
Hampshire Daily Herald 7 August 1885
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Elizabeth Jane Ahern
AHERN—On 23rd January, at her parents' residence, Holland-street, Elizabeth Jane, youngest child of John and Laetitia Ahern, aged 1 year. Christchurch papers please copy.
The Wellington Evening Post 25 January 1886
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James O'Hearn
Jas. O'Hearn was taken down very sick Wednesday afternoon of last week. . . .

Jas. O'Hearn died of congestion of the lungs on Monday and was interred in Catholic cemetery at Loudonville, on Wednesday. [James married 1st Johanna Broderick, married 2nd Rachel Fallon.]

Bellville Star 4 March 1886
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Catherine Cecilia Ahearn
AHEARN.—In this city, 16th inst., Catherine Cecilia, daughter of Catherine and the late Patrick Ahearn, 2 years 6 months. Funeral from 135 Leverett st., Thursday, 18th inst., at 2 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 18 March 1886
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Cornelius Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, 3d inst., at his late residence, 184 Bolton st., Cornelius Ahern, 42 years. (Funeral from his late residence Monday morning at 8.30. Friends are invited.) (California papers please copy.)
The Boston Globe 4 April 1886
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Patrick Ahearn
AHEARN — In this city, June 13, Patrick, son of Daniel and Mary, aged 6 years and 10 days.
San Francisco Bulletin 14 June 1886
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Dennis Ahern
Ahern, Dennis, died Aug. 21, 1886, at Throop and Harrison sts., aged 63 years, native of Parish Castlemahon, Co. Limerick. Funeral from the Jesuit Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News August 1886
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David O'Hern
O'Hern, David, Aug. 23, 1886, brother of Thomas O'Hern and Mrs. P. Quinn, aged 25 yrs., native of Touranee, Co. Waterford. Funeral from the residence of Patrick Quinn, 129 Aberdeen st. to St. Patrick's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News August 1886
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—On the 21st inst., at his residence, No. 10, Warren's Place, Michael Ahern, after a short but painful illness (borne with Christian fortitude.)
The Cork Constitution 22 November 1886
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Cornelius Ahern
AHERN—In South Boston, 21st inst, Cornelius, child of John J. and Katie Ahern, 1 year 22 days.
The Boston Globe 23 November 1886
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Mary Ahern
In Holyoke, Mass., Dec. 7, Mary Ahern, 37.
Vermont Phoenix 10 December 1886
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Patrick Ahearn
Ahearn, Patrick, died Jan. 5, 1887, aged 40 years, husband of Margaret, nee Lyons, at 4039 Wallace, native of Lisnigray, Castle Connell, Co. Limerick.
Chicago Daily News January 1887
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Mary E. Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, 24th Inst., Mary E., daughter of the late Cornelius and Mary Ahearn. 16 years 1 month.
The Boston Globe 26 April 1887
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Thomas Ahern
AHEARN — At South Natick, Apr. 24, Thomas Ahearn, aged 66 years.
The Natick Citizen 27 April 1887
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Timothy Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, 30th ult., Timothy Ahearn, 68 years. Funeral from his late residence, 114 Eighth st., Tuesday, 3d inst., at 8.30 o'clock a.m. Obsequies at St. Augustine's Church at 9 o'clock.
The Boston Globe 1 May 1887
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Mary (Stapleton) Ahearn
AHEARN — At Natick, May 19, Mrs. Mary (Stapleton), widow of Michael Ahearn, aged 63 years.
The Natick Citizen 25 May 1887
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Thomas Ahearn
AHEARN — At Natick, June 21, Thomas, son of James and Johanna (O'Brien) Ahearn, aged 21 years, 5 months.
The Natick Citizen 22 June 1887
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Nellie Ahearn
AHEARN — At Natick, July 17, Nellie, infant daughter of John and Margaret (Brannagan) Ahearn, aged 11 months.
The Natick Citizen 20 July 1887
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Maggie Ahern
Miss Maggie Ahern, a most estimable [?] at the residence of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ahern, 1130 Broadway. Miss Ahern had suffered with consumption for several months. Her age was nearly 32. The funeral will take place this morning at 9 o'clock from the St. Peter's church.
Quincy Daily Whig 26 July 1887
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Nora (O'Hearn) Wilkinson
Mrs Wilkinson, wife of John Wilkinson, foreman of the Lake Shore Yards, died at Oak Harbor, Ohio, yesterday. The remains will arrive here on the Wabash this evening. The deceased was a sister of Thomas and Michael O'Hearn.
Fort Wayne News 5 October 1887
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Mrs. (Patrick) Ahern
AHERN—On Tuesday morning, Nov. 22, 1887, at 5 o'clock, Mrs. Widow PATRICK AHERN, a native of Ireland. Friends and acquaintances of the family, also those of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Deal, are invited to attend her funeral, which will take place this (Wednesday) Morning at 10 o'clock precisely from her late residence, No. 45 St. Ann street, between Royal and Chartres streets.
The Daily Picayune 23 November 1887
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John Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, 10th inst., John Ahern, 62 years. Funeral from his late residence, 24 Salutation st., Monday morning at 8.30 o'clock. High mass at St. Stephen's Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend without further notice.
The Boston Globe 11 December 1887
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Thomas Ahearn
AHEARN.—In Chelsea, 4th inst. Thomas, son of John and Mary Ahearn, 31 years 9 months 4 days. Funeral from the residence of his parents, 190 [Shurtlen?] st.Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock. Services at St. [R?] Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited.
The Boston Globe 6 March 1888
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN—In this city, May 19, Margaret Ahern, 70 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 32 Nashua st., Monday, at 8.30 a.m.; services at St. Mary's Church, Endicott st., at 9. Relatives and friends invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 20 May 1888
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James Ahern
A Fatal Accident. James Ahern, a well-known sewer contractor, met with a fatal accident on Saturday night. At the conclusion of the Democratic ratification meeting he returned to his room in the second-story of a house on the corner of Seventh and Howard streets. A window, extending to the floor of the room was open and Ahern walked through falling a distance of twenty feet, striking upon his head and crushing it in. He died two hours later at the Receiving Hospital. Mr. Ahern was fifty years of age and a native of Ireland. He leaves a widow and five daughters. two of whom are married. It is thought that he mistook the window for the door when he arose from his sleep about 2 o'clock.
San Francisco Evening Bulletin 6 June 1888
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Maurice Ahearn
AHEARN.—In Boston Highlands, June 12, Maurice Ahearn, 62 years. Funeral from his late residence, 2 Brook pl., Thursday, June 14, at 8:30. Services at St. Patrick's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 13 June 1888
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Ellen (Ahern) McAuliff
McAuliff, Ellen, nee Ahern, wife of Patrick, native of Parish Bruff, Co. Limerick, aged 70 yrs. Funeral from resid., 190 W. 17th st. to Sacred Heart Church to Calvary
Chicago Daily News 10 July 1888
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Thomas Ahearn
Thomas Ahearn, for 27 years a member of the police force in this city and sargeant for 24 years of that time, died on Tuesday at his residence, 384 E. Houston St. During the last 20 years of his service on the force, he was attached to the 13th Precinct, formerly the 11th, from which he was retired at his own request four years ago. He was a brave and capable officer, and received honorable mention for his conduct during the draft riots. Previous to joining the force, he held the position of Keeper in the Tombs. His son, John F. Ahearn, is an ex-assemblyman from the Fourth District, and at present is Clerk of the Essex Market Court.
New York Times 2 August 1888
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Ann Ahern
AHERN.—At Dorchester, Sept. 4, Ann, widow of Timothy Ahern, 78 yrs. Funeral from the residence of her son, Jeremiah Ahern, 1432 Dorchester av., Thursday, Sept. 6, at 8.15 a. m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 6 September 1888
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Ellen C. "Nellie" (McMahon) Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, Sept. 15, Ellen C., beloved daughter of Thomas A. and Mary McMahon, 21 yrs. 10 mos. Funeral from her late residence, 167 I st, Monday, Sept, 17, at 8.30. Requem mass at Gate of Heaven Church at 9 o'clock Relatives and friends are requested to attend.

AHERN.—In South Boston, Nellie C., wife of Daniel J. Ahern [sic], and daughter of Thomas and Mary McMahan [sic], 21 yrs. 10 mos. Funeral from her residence, 167 I st., Monday at 8.30 a.m.
The Boston Globe 16 September 1888
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Mary (O'Donnell) Ahern
Ahern, Mary, aged 36 years, Sept. 25, 1888, wife of Patrick of 3437 Halsted st., and daughter of Mathew and Johanna O'Donnell of Abbeyfeale, Co. Limerick. Funeral from Nativity Church to Calvary
Chicago Daily News September 1888
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John Ahern
AHERN.—In Belmont. Oct. 25. John Ahern, 65 yrs. Funeral Saturday, Oct. 27, at 9 o'clock, from church. Relatives and friends are invited to attend without further notice.
The Boston Globe 27 October 1888
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Mrs. William Ahern
Mrs. William Ahern was killed by cars in the railroad yard at Brattleboro, Vt., yesterday, while picking up coal. [see also: Josephine Ahearn, Nellie (Ahern) Ryan]
The Boston Globe 6 November 1888
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Deaths
AHERN—In Oakland, November 9, Michael Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 51 years.
AHEARN—Johanna, eldest daughter of Timothy and Julia Ahearn, a native of New York, aged 27 years, 3 months and 6 days. [see also: Catherine Agnes Ahearn]
San Francisco Bulletin 10 November 1888
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Michael Ahern
AHERN — In Natick, Dec. 7, Michael Ahern, aged 63 years.
The Natick Citizen 12 December 1888
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William Ahearn
AHEARN.—In this city, Nov. 27, William Ahearn, 63 yrs.
The Boston Globe 1 December 1888
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Ellen Ahern
AHERN—In Somerville, Dec. 20, Ellen Ahern, 70 yrs. Funeral Saturday, Dec. 22, at 8.45 a.m., from late residence, 19 Webster av.
The Boston Globe 22 December 1888
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Mary Josephine Ahern
AHERN—In Oakland, January 14, Mary Josephine, wife of Peter Ahern, a native of New Haven, Conn., aged 34 years and 9 months.
Daily Alta California 17 January 1889
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Mary A. Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, Jan. 20, Mary A., widow of the late Maurice Ahern, 47 yrs. Funeral from residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Singleton, 6 Melrose pl., off Poplar st., Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 2 p.m.
The Boston Globe 22 January 1889
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Dennis Ahern
AHERN.—On the 1st inst., at Warrnambool, Dennis, third son of Michael D. Ahern, from Newcastle West, Limerick, Ireland, aged 32 years, buried at Melbourne. R.I.P.
The Argus 5 February 1889
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John Ahern
AHERN—Tuesday, February 12, at 6 a.m., John, beloved husband of Johanna Ahern, aged 42 years. Funeral from the family residence, 3924 St. Ferdinand avenue, Thursday, February 14, at 2 p.m. to St. Theresa's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 12 February 1889
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Maggie Ahern
AHERN.—In Acton, on Friday, 12th February, Maggie, daughter of Mr. John Ahern, aged 22 years.
Maggie Ahern's Death.
The death of Miss Maggie Ahern last Friday brought to a close an extended period of suffering which was borne with patience and fortitude. Miss Ahern was a favorite among the young people in town, and her funeral on Sunday was largely attended. The service in St. Joseph's church was conducted by Rev. Father Cote. As the remains were being carried into the edifice the Dead March was played by Miss Hettie Tyrell. An anthem "O death where is thy sting," was rendered by Miss Mattie Hayden, Guelph with very solemn effect.
Acton Free Press 21 February 1889
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Ann Ahern
Ahern, Ann, aged 55 years, died Feb. 26, 1889, native of Co. Kerry. Funeral from residence, 2213 Dearborn st., to St. James' Church to Mt. Olivet. Spring Green (WI), and Le Mars (IA) papers please copy.
Chicago Daily News February 1889
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William C. Ahern
AHERN.—In Somerville, March 6, William C. Ahern, 22 yrs. 6 mos. Funeral from the residence of his parents, 45 Linwood st., Saturday, at 9 a.m.
The Boston Globe 8 March 1889
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Mary A. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, March 24, Mary A., wife of Patrick Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 37 years.
Daily Alta California 27 March 1889
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John J. Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, June 7, John J. Ahern, 22 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 67 Albany st., Monday morning at 8.30. Requiem mass at St. James' Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 8 June 1889
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, July 23, Margaret, beloved wife of James Ahern, 58 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 347 Commercial st., Thursday moring at 8.30. High mass at St. Stephen's church, Hanover st., at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 24 July 1889
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Louisa Ahern
Ahern — Saturday, July 27, 1889, Louisa, beloved wife of John Ahern, at her late residence, 77 Scovill ave. Notice of funeral hereafter. Chicago and Kansas papers please copy.
— Cleveland Necrology, 29 July 1889
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Katie O'Hearn
O'HEARN—In Stockton, December 3, Katie, daughter of James and the late Mary O'Hearn, a native of New York, aged 19 years and 9 months.
Daily Alta California 7 December 1889
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John Aherin
At the Grand Central Hotel, in LeMars, on the 5th inst., of malarial and typhoid fever, John Aherin, aged 22 years.
LeMars Sun 9 January1890
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Thomas Aherne
Aherne, Thomas, aged 45 years, at Cook County Hospital, late of Cork, Ireland. Funeral from 228 Ewing st. to Jesuit Church to Calvary. Abington, MA papers please copy.
Chicago Daily News 28 March 1890
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Ethel Ahern
AHERN.—In this city, May 13, Ethel, youngest daughter of Patrick and Catherine Ahern, 5 mos Funeral from parents' residence, 181 Salem st., Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 15 May 1890
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Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN—May 24, Mrs. Elizabeth Ahern, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. E. Dunne, 628 Thirty-first-st. Funeral at All Saints' Church Tuesday at 10 o'clock, thence by cars to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 26 May 1890
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Mary Ann Ahearn
Ahearn, Mary Ann, died July 13, 1890 at resid. 99 W. Polk st., aged 51 years, a native of Queenstown, Co. Cork, mother of William, Mary, Ellie Ahearn and Mrs. Simpson.
Chicago Daily News July 1890
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William Ahern
Ahern.—On the 9th December, at his residence, George street, William, the beloved husband of Maria Ahern ; aged 58. Deeply regretted. Auckland and Melbourne papers please copy.—R.I. P.

Mr. William Ahern, who died at his residence, Dunedin, on Monday last, was a native of the county Cork, Ireland, where he was born in the vicinity of the city bearing the name, in the year 1832. He left Ireland in the year 1855 for Victoria, where he married in 1861, coming a year later to New Zealand, and settling in Dunedin. Mr. Ahern followed the calling of a contractor, and was well-known as such, both in this city and in Auckland. He was held in high esteem by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, among whom his death has been the cause of sincere regret. He leaves a widow and a family of four sons and one daughter.—R.l.P.
New Zealand Tablet 12 December 1890
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William Ahern
AHERN.—On the 9th December, at his residence, George street, William, the beloved husband of Maria Ahern; aged 58. Deeply regretted. Auckland and Melbourne capers please copy.
Otago Daily Times 23 December 1890
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Daniel C. Ahern
AHERN—At his residence, 121 North Peoria-st., Daniel C. Ahern, aged 58 years, father of George D., Charles F., Kate F. Ahren [sic], and Mrs. Walter J. Gibbons. Funeral Monday, Jan. 19, at 9:30, to St. Stephen's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary. New York City, Alexandria (Va.), and Melbourne (Australia) papers please copy. [see also: Kate Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 19 January 1891
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John O'Hern
O'Hern, John, native of Ballybunion, Co. Kerry, aged 70 yrs. Funeral from resid., of Mrs. Hynes, 253 S. Jefferson st. to St. Patrick's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News 10 February 1891
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Bridget (Ahern) Tierney
Tierney, Bridget, nee Ahern, at resid., 2900 Emerald ave., wife of Officer Dennis Tierney, sister of Patrick, Andrew, Dennis and Officer John and Michael Ahern, and sister of Jane Ahern, aged 30 yrs., native of Uranagh, Co. Limerick. Funeral from All Saints Church to Mt. Olivet.
Chicago Daily News 2 March 1891
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AHERN.—June 16, Hannah, the beloved wife of David Ahern, 54 years. Funeral services will be held from St. Stephen's church, Friday morning, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited to attend without further notice.
AHEARN.—At Massachusetts General Hospital, of sunstroke, Thomas Ahearn. Funeral Thursday, the 18th, at 2 o'clock, from 371 Harrison av.
The Boston Globe 18 June 1891
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Julia Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, July 22, 1891, Julia, beloved wife of Daniel Patrick Ahern, a native of County Clare, Ireland, aged 56 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Friday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m. from her late residence, 4 Algier place, between Harrison and Bryant streets, off First. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
San Francisco Morning Call 23 July 1891
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—July 31, at her residence, 3234 Fifth-av., Mary, beloved wife of John Ahern, in her 58th year. Funeral Monday, Aug. 3, at 9:30 a.m., to St. James' Church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 2 August 1891
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Katie (Finnegan) Ahearn
AHEARN — At 12:30 o'clock, Aug. 14, 1891, KATIE FINNEGAN, beloved wife of Terence Ahearn, aged 34 years, a native of New Orleans. The friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend her funeral from her late residence, 15 Jackson street, at 10 o'clock This (Saturday) Morning, Aug. 15, 1891.
The Daily Picayune 15 August 1891
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Anna "Tottie" Aherne
AHERNE.—On August 24, 1891, at Hobart, Anna Aherne (Tottie), aged 19 years, daughter of Patrick Aherne, of Glenora.
The Mercury 29 August 1891
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Kate (O'Neill) Ahearn
Cork— . . . At Youghal one day a week ago a most remarkable demonstration was made in honour of the memory of a deceased Irish patriot lady of the town, Mrs. Michael Ahearn, who died suddenly. This lady, since her youth, when she was familiarly called Kate O'Neill, possessed in full the qualities of her relatives, who gave many martyrs to the Irish cause since one of them, Father Peter O'Neill, was flogged in Youghal and then transported. There are many of the most prominent "hillside men" of 1867 now in the United States who would have suffered in some of the convict prisons of England were it not for her tact and influence with sheep-owners and sea captains in getting them off disguised. The funeral procession was the largest any person in Youghal ever witnessed, and its length of carriages and cars, which continued all the way to the burial-place at Ballymacoda, was over two miles.
New Zealand Tablet 13 November 1891
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John Ahern
Ahern, John, police officer, husband of Frances nee Hale, brother of Patrick, Michael, Andrew, Denis, Jennie, and the late Mrs. Tierney, a native of Lisdunafie, Parish of Ballingarry, Co. Limerick. Funeral from the resid. 3041 Poplar st. to St. Bridget's Church thence to Mt. Olivet.
Chicago Daily News 23 November 1891
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Morris Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, Feb, 21, Morris Ahearn, 70 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, 5 Bolton st., Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 8.15 a.m. High mass at SS. Peter and Paul's church at 9 a.m.
The Boston Globe 22 February 1892
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN.—In Boston Highlands, April 7, Thomas Ahern, 49 yrs. Funeral from his brother's residence, 99 Smith st., Sunday, April 10, at 1.30 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 8 April 1892
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Margaret Ahearn
AHEARN.—In South Boston, April 23, Margaret, beloved wife of James Ahearn, 31 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 5 Boston pl., Tuesday, April 26, at 1.30 p.m. Services at St. Augustine's church at 2 p.m.
The Boston Globe 26 April 1892
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John Halloran
Halloran, John, husband of Margaret, nee Madigan, father of Mrs. Mary Donegan, Mrs. Bridget Ahern, Michael, John, Charles, Rodger, and Patrick Halloran, and Mrs. Charles Donegan, aged 72 yrs., native of Kilkee, Co. Clare. Funeral from resid., 3228 LaSalle st. to St. James Church to Calvary. White Bear Lake (MN) papers please copy.
Chicago Daily News 30 July 1892
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Kate (Ahern) Cahill
Cahill, Kate, nee Ahern, Aug. 5, 1892, at resid., 912 W. 35th st., wife of James, mother of Joseph, James, Daniel, Kate, and Thomas, and sister of Mrs. Meyers, and Mrs. Connors, native of Killedicer [Killadysert], Co. Clare, aged 50 yrs. Funeral from Nativity Church to Calvary
Chicago Daily News August 1892
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Catherine Ahern
   Mrs. Catherine Ahern, 37 years old, died at her home, 1,458 First avenue, New York, from the effects of rat poison, which it is said by her relatives she took accidentally. She was the wife of John Ahern, who is employed in a carriage factory, at 39 Wooster street. They have one son, 19 years of age. Mrs. Ahern was taken sick several weeks ago with a diarrheal disorder and she had been growing worse right along. Her sister Mary Becker has been taking care of her. The doctor attending her gave little hope for her recovery. About 2 o'clock this morning Mrs. Ahern awakened her sister. What followed was told this morning by Mary Becker. She said: “When my sister called me she said she had terrible pains in her body. She was in fearful agony. I immediately awakened Mr. Ahern, who went to their physician, Dr. Van Fleet of 158 East Eighty-first street.
   “While her husband was gone Mrs. Ahern suddenly cried 'Mary. I must have taken the poison;' 'What poison?' I asked. Then she explained to me that she had mixed some rat poison with coffee last night to kill roaches with. She had the mixture in a cup which she stood in the sink in the kitchen. 'I must have taken that,' she cried. She could not tell when she took it, but it is supposed she got up to get a drink and in mistake swallowed the contents of the cup.
   “When she realized her position she carried on fearfully. It was evident that she was dying. She begged me to save her. 'What will John do? What will you do, Mary?' she cried. It was a heart rending scene. She died at 2:30, before her husband came back with the doctor's.”
   The dead woman's husband said that Dr. Van Fleet gave him some powders to give his wife but it was too late. Neither Mr. Ahern nor his sister in law believe that the woman took the poison with suicidal intent. They assert that it was an accident. The coroner will investigate the case.
Brooklyn Eagle 22 August 1892
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Mistook Poison for Medicine
Mrs. Catherine Ahern, aged thirty-seven, died at her residence, 1,453 First Avenue, early yesterday morning from the effects of rat poison which, it is alleged, she took by mistake. Mrs. Ahern was taken ill several weeks ago and had her sister, Mrs. Mary Becker had been nursing her. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning Mrs. Becker was aroused by her sister, who declared herself to be in grate pain, caused, she said, by her having taken some poison she had mixed with coffee the night before and placed on her table to catch roaches. She had mistaken it for medicine.
New York Times 23 August 1892
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Josephine Ahearn
An item in the Holyoke correspondence of the Springfield Republican on Monday stated that Mrs. A. H. Ryan received a cable message from China Saturday, announcing the death of her sister, Miss Josephine Ahearn, who has been traveling as a companion to some Americans in that country. She had been notified of the death of Mr. Ryan and was about to start for this country. Miss Ahearn was a Brattleboro girl and her many friends will be saddened to learn of her death. Her mother was killed by an accident in the Brattleboro railroad yard a few years ago, and her brother, Daniel Ahearn, who is also well remembered, died in Boston.
Vermont Phoenix 26 August 1892
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Tim O'Hearn
Tim O'Hearn, a miner, died last night in this city, from a complication of diseases. He arrived in this section recently from the south and had been unwell for three months. He was well known to the mining community in Yavapsi, and has two brothers residing in Leadville engaged in this pursuit. He was about 45 years of age, and will be buried tomorrow from Randal & Logan's undertaking parlors.
Arizona Weekly Journal-Miner 31 August 1892
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Bridget Ahern
AHERN—In West Berkeley, September 2, 1892, Bridget, beloved wife of Jeremiah Ahern, and mother of Jeremiah Ahern and Mrs. Mary Connelly, a native of County Clare, Ireland aged 64 years.
The Morning Call 5 September 1892
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Louisa Marguretta Schutt
SCHUTT—Oct. 28, 1892, at 4335 Dryer-st., Louisa Marguretta, beloved daughter of Otta and Sarah Schutt, nee Ahern, aged 2 years and 10 days. Funeral Sunday at 10 a.m., by carriages to Wunders.
Chicago Tribune 30 October 1892
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Catherine Ahern
AHERN.—In East Boston, Nov. 18, Catherine, beloved wife of Patrick Ahern, 29 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, 22 Paris st., Tuesday, at 8.30 o'clock a.m. High mass at church of the Most Holy Redeemer at 8 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 14 November 1892
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Johanna O'Hern
Mrs. Johanna O'Hern, who lived at Fourteenth and Grayson Streets, died of dysentery yesterday afternoon. She was fifty years of age. At. 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, the funeral will take place from St. Patrick's Church.
O'HERN—At 4:30 p.m., November 23, 1892, Johanna, widow of Dennis. Funeral from late residence, 314 Fourteenth St., at 9:30 a.m., Friday, 25th inst.; St. Patrick's Church at 10 a.m. Friends of the family invited.
Courier Journal 24 November 1892
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Mary (Brosnahan) Ahern
Ahern, Mary, nee Brosnahan, born Castle Island, Co. Kerry, died Dec. 28, 1892, aged 26 yrs. Funeral from resid., 9030 Exchange ave., So. Chgo. to Mt. Olivet.
Chicago Daily News 29 December 1892
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Dennis Ahern
AHERN—Jan. 2, at his brother's residence, 3040 Butler-st., Officer Dennis Ahern, brother to Pat, Michael, Andrew, Jennie, and the late John Ahern and Mrs. Bridget Tierney, aged 28 years, native of Lisduane, Parish of Ballingarry, County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral Wednesday, Jan. 4, at 9:30 a.m. from All Saints' Church where high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 3 January 1893
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David Condon
Condon, David, Feb. 14, 1893, son of the late James and Margaret, nee Ahearn, and brother of Patrick, Michael, James, William Condon and Mrs. James Walsh, at resid., 859 Wentworth, aged 22 yrs., native of Emly, Co. Tipperary. Funeral from Nativity Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News February 1893
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Hanora Ahern
Mrs. Hanora Ahern, widow of the late Thomas Ahern, died at her residence on Cochituate street on Wednesday and was buried from St. Patrick's church this morning.
The Natick Bulletin 17 February 1893
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Mary Ahern
Ahern, Mary, March 1, 1893, at resid., 24 Sholto st., aged 75 years, a native of Newcastle West, Co. Limerick, wife of the late John Ahern. Funeral from St. Patrick's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News March 1893
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Thomas Ahern
Ahern.—On the 19th March, at the Grey River Hospital, Thomas Ahern, native of Tipperary, Ireland, and late of Greymouth, aged 55 years.
Grey River Argus 20 March 1893
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Thomas O'Hearn
O'Hearn, Thomas, at resid., 1379 W. 12th st., April 3, 1893, husband of Kate, nee Dalton, father of John, and brother of Mrs. B. Quinn, of this city, native of Co. Waterford, member of Div. #1, A.O.H., aged 42 yrs. Funeral from Our Lady of Sorrows Church to Mt. Olivet. [see also: David O'Hern]
Chicago Daily News April 1893
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Thomas O'Hearn
O'HEARN, Thomas, aged 42 years, at his residence, 1379 W. 12th st., beloved husband of Mrs. Kate O'Hearn, nee Dalton, father of John O'Hearn and brother of Mrs. B. Quinn, of this city; native of Waterford, Ireland; member Rose Lodge 332, A. O. U. W., Unique Lodge 343, K. of P., Blessed Sacrament Court C. O. F., Division No. 1, Ancient Order Hibernians. Funeral notice hereafter.
Chicago Tribune 4 April 1893
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Veronica Josephine Ahern
AHERN—On Wednesday, April 26, 1893, at 6:30 p.m., Veronica Josephine Ahern, second youngest child of James Ahern and Catherine J. Wetta, aged 1 year and 3 months a native of this city.
The Daily Picayune 27 April 1893
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Kate Ahearn
Kate Ahearn, who was taken to the North Brother Island late on Saturday night suffering from typhus fever, died there yesterday. She formerly lived at 432 Pearl Street.
New York Times 9 May 1893
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN — Thomas Ahern, aged 17 years, son of Peter Ahern. Due notice of funeral. Residence 2864 Page avenue.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 19 May 1893
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Ellen G. Ahern
AHERN — In this city, on Friday, May 19, 1893, at 9:20 p.m., ELLEN G. AHERN, aged 37 years, a native of Missouri, and a daughter of the late David Ahern, of Baton Rouge, La. May her soul rest in peace. A FRIEND. St Louis and Baton Rouge papers please copy.
The Daily Picayune 21 May 1893
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James G. Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, June 1, 1893, James G., beloved son of Michael and Ellen Ahern, a native of Boston, Mass., aged 28 years 3 months and 9 days. [Boston (Mass.) papers please copy.]
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from his late residence, 1820 Ellis street, thence to Holy Cross Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
San Francisco Morning Call 2 June 1893
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John Claude Francis A'Hearn
A'Hearn—On the 4th June, at his residence, Wellington terrace, John Claude Francis A'Hearn, editor of the Evening Press, aged 40 years.
Evening Post 5 June 1893
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Mary Ahern
AHERN—July 15, at the residence of her son, Daniel Ahern, Mary Ahern, aged 82, native of County Limerick, mother of William and John Ahern. Funeral notice later. Albany and Chatham, N. Y. papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 16 July 1893
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Thomas Ahern
   AHERN—In Oakland, July 27, 1893, Thomas Ahern, brother of Richard Ahern, a native of Queenstown, Ireland, aged 51 years 2 months and 1 day.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 10 o'clock a. m., from the residence of his brother, 715 Nineteenth street, thence to St. Francis de Sales Church, corner of Grove and Hobart streets, Oakland, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
San Francisco Morning Call 28 July 1893
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John Ahern
AHERN—John Ahern, husband of the late Mary Ahern. Funeral Monday, July 31, from his daughter's residence, 4821 St. Lawrence-av., to Holy Angels' Church, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Chicago Tribune 30 July 1893
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An Old Soldier Dead
Mr. John Ahern came to America from Ireland, in 1857, and settled at Milford, Mass., and the next year he was married to Mary Sweeney, from County Cork, Ireland. He joined the Davis guards of Milford and when the war broke out the guards went into the service and became a part of the 28th Mass. Reg't of Volunteers and for two years did good service for the Union. [He enlisted in Co. "K" and was commissioned a 1st Lieutenant December 3, 1861, resigned and discharged September 23, 1862.] The Reg't was at Cambridge, Mass., then went to Governor's Island, N. Y., where they took ship to South Carolina. They were at Ft. Sumpter [sic], Ft. Pulaski and Newport News. In these engagements his regiment was all cut to pieces, but Mr. Ahern never received a scratch, being one of only 100 of the whole regiment to return home.

On his return from the army for a time some of the good luck that carried him through the hot battles must have left him, for he engaged in the boot business and lost heavily from fire. He then put all his savings in a bank and the bank failed. He then became foreman for C. H. Fargo & Co.'s Jackson, Mich., factory and remained with them for fifteen years. Three years ago he accepted a like position with Seltz, Schwab & Co., in their prison factory at Joliet, and remained with them until July 24, when he was taken ill. He came next day to his family in Chicago and on the 28th died from inflammation of the bowels.

Deceased was a brother of Mr. Daniel Ahern, of this city, and had many acquaintances, especially among members of the grand army, who will regret his demise.

Sycamore True Republican 16 August 1893
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Patrick Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, September 5, 1893, Patrick, beloved husband of Johanna Ahern, and father of Josie and William Ahern and the late Katie Jamieson, a native of Middleton. County Cork, Ireland, aged 56 years 8 months and 4 days. [Vallejo papers please copy.]
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock a.m. from his late residence, 1932 Folsom street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church, Eighteenth and Shotwell streets, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose or his soul, commencing at 9 o'clock A.M. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 6 September 1893
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LOCAL
Mr. and Mrs. John Ahern's baby died suddenly Tuesday night. The little one was about three months old and had been delicate all of its short life. The funeral was held on Thursday and the remains taken to DeKalb for interment.
Sycamore True Republican 16 September 1893
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John Ahern
Inspector John Ahern, who has been identified with the Police Force of this colony for many years, died at 5 o'clock on Saturday morning at his residence, Curphy-street, Bowen-terrace. Mr. Ahern was well known all over the colony, especially in the North, having joined the police as far back as 1804. He had been ailing for some little time, but latest reports regarding his condition indicated that he was progressing. His death therefore came somewhat as a shock to his friends. The funeral took place yesterday, and a large body of members of the Police Force and others attended. [see also: Dr. Terence M. A'Heron, Mrs. Ellen Francis (Ahern) Foster, William Ahern]
The Brisbane Courier 18 September 1893
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Josie Ahern
AHERN — Josie Ahern, infant son of Thomas and Ellen Ahern, aged 2 months and 8 days. Funeral Friday, the 22nd, at 2 p.m., from family residence, Marcus Avenue and Natural Bridge Road. Chicago and Kansas City papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 22 September 1893
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Hannah Ahern
AHERN—In Roxbury, Oct. 14, Hannah Ahern, 58 yrs. Funeral from her late residence, rear 171 Hampden st., Monday, Oct. 16, at 9:30. Services at St. Patrick's church, Dudley st., at 9:45. Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 15 October 1893
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Denis O'Ahearn
O'AHEARN — Friday Nov. 17 at 7 a.m., Denis O'Ahearn, aged 67 years, father of the late D. D. O'Ahearn. Funeral from family residence, 2728 Stoddard street, Sunday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m., to St. Bridget's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend. Chicago (Ill.), Milwaukee (Wis.) and Memphis (Tenn.) papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 17 November 1893
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Ellen (Keegan) Ahern
AHERN — On Wednesday, Nov. 15, 1893 at 10:30 o'clock p.m., Ellen Ahern, nee Keegan, beloved wife of Thomas Ahern, aged 34 years. Funeral will take place Saturday the 18th inst. at 2 o'clock p.m. from family residence, Marcus avenue and Natural Bridge road. Chicago (Ill.) and Kansas City (Mo.) papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 17 November 1893
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Norah (O'Hern) Parker
The sad intelligence was received this morning of the death of Mrs. W. D. Parker, wife of Police Justice Parker, at Ashville, North Carolina.

About a year ago Mrs. Parker suffered an attack of the grip which settled upon her lungs. In time consumption developed and about the first of last September she went to Ashville, N. C., in search of health. Her eldest daughter Blanche, and a sister, Mrs. C. E. Baish, accompanied her. From the time of her arrival in Ashville her condition seemed to improve and her letters home were full of encouragement to the anxious relatives. About a week ago Mr. Parker and two younger daughters left for Ashville and Mrs. Baish came home. It was thought that all danger was past and that Mrs. Parker would return home in the spring restored to health. The news that she had died suddenly at 8 o'clock last evening was therefore a great shock to her relatives and many friends in this city.

Mrs. Parker was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'hern of South Olean. She was 31 years of age and had passed her entire life in Olean. She leaves three daughters, Blanche, Genevieve and Mildred, aged respectively 12, 10 and 7 years. She was the sister of the Rev. Father D. W. O'Hern, recently ordained to the Catholic priesthood; Edward P. O'Hern, a student at the West Point military academy; L. M. O'Hern, of Knapp's Creek; Frank, Lewis and Thomas O'Hern, Mrs. H. N. Webster, Mrs. C. E. Baish, and Misses Nellie and Gertrude O'Hern, all of Olean.

Mr. Parker and children left Ashville with the remains of the beloved wife and mother this afternoon. They will arrive in Olean Thursday and the funeral will probably be held Friday.

Olean Daily Herald 26 December 1893
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Simon J. Ahern
Simon J. Ahern, one of the best-known Catholics in America, died in St. Paul, Minn., yesterday, of diabetes. He was born near Dublin sixty-two years ago. He came to this city in 1852, and for twenty-eight years was prominent in financial and newspaper circles. For several years he was the editor of the New-York Catholic paper Albion. Going to St. Paul in 1880, he became the editor of The Northwestern Chronicle, general Western manager for a New-York insurance company, and a leader in Catholic circles.
New York Times 24 April 1894
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Burial Permit
Alice Ahern, 3 mos., 1410 N. 20th st.; bronchitis
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 23 June 1894
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Burial Permit
Ella O'Hearn, 7 weeks, 4141 Sarpy av.; cholera infantum
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 12 July 1894
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Daniel C. Ahern
Daniel C. Ahern, head clerk at the Rockingham died yesterday at his home in Salem. Mr. Ahern had numerous friends in this city who will miss him. He went to his home in Salem with the hope that he might regain his health.
The Lowell Sun 17 July 1894
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LOWELL
Members of the Big 12 and the Hogans will attend the funeral of Daniel C. Ahern in Salem Thursday.
The Boston Globe 18 July 1894
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Mary Ahern
Mary Ahern, an infant child of Michael Ahern, died yesterday at the home of her parents, at Twenty-fifth and Jarboe streets. The funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The burial will be in Mount St. Mary's cemetery
The Kansas City Journal 18 August 1894
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Michael O'Hearn
O'HEARN — On Saturday, Sept. 1, 1894 Michael O'Hearn, beloved son of Michael O'Hearn, aged 20 years. His funeral will take place from family residence 4547 North Second street, to Holy Name Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 3 September 1894
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JAMES AHERN
Death of One of the Oldest Employes of the Pittsburg Shops
Was In Their Service for Over Thirty-Four Years
This morning at 8 o'clock, at his home, 23 Colerick street, occurred the death of James Ahern, one of the oldest and best known employes of the Pennsylvania company's shops in this city. His death resulted from stomach troubles, with which he has been afflicted for several years and which caused him to quit work July 28, 1892, since which time he has not been able, on this account to resume his position at the shops. Last Thursday he was obliged to take to his bed and he continued to grow worse until his death at the hour mentioned above.

Mr. Ahern has for years had charge of one of the steam hammers in the blacksmith department of the Pittsburg shops, and he was, with the exception of O. E. Bradway, the foreman of the brass department, and Charles Lincoln, of the roundhouse, the oldest employe in point of service connected with the company in this city, having entered their employ on May 28, 1858, and remained with them until the beginning of his sickness.

The deceased was born in the city of Cork, Ireland, on the 16th of October, 1823, and came to this continent in 1845, while he was a young man, landing at St. John, New Brunswick. While crossing the ocean he was taken with the cholera, which was epidemic at that time, but recovered before the ship reached land.

At St. John he secured employment and worked for a few years when he went to Concord, New Hampshire, where he followed teaming, being in the employ of the Shakers. At Concord, on the 28th of May, 1847, Mr. Ahern married Mary Coleman, a young lady of that city. He remained in New Hampshire until 1855, when he concluded to come west and, with his wife, he started for Indiana, making the trip by way of the lakes and the canal. He arrived in this city on the 29th of April, 1855, the day of the double hanging in this city of Kieffer and Madden, an event that the old gentleman frequently talked about with The Sentinel reporter.

Soon after he arrived in this city he took employment in the foundry of Jones & Bass, but left them to take a position as blacksmith at the Wabash shops and, after a few years, on May 28, 1858, going to the Pittsburg shops. He entered the blacksmith department and remained there until the begining of his illness, two years ago, making him a continuous employe of the company for thirty-four years.

Mr. Ahern leaves a wife and three adopted children. His brother, seven years older than himself, resides in Concord, N.H. He is a member of the St. Patrick's Catholic church.

Fort Wayne Sentinel 19 September 1894
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RAILWAYS AND SHOPS.
The shopmen and friends of the late James Ahern turned out in great number to attend his funeral this morning. The deceased was well liked by his acquaintances.
Fort Wayne Sentinel 20 September 1894
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James Ahern
This morning, after a complicated illness of two years duration, Mr. James Ahern passed peacefully away, surrounded by his wife and adopted children, at the homestead, 23 Colerick street, The deceased was born at Cork, Ireland, in 1823, and landed on American soil at St. Johns, N. B., in 1846. On the voyage he was attacked with cholera, and was critically ill for months. At Concord, N. H., in 1847, he married Mary Coleman, and in April, 1855, moved to Fort Wayne. He came to this city from Toledo in a canal boat. He entered the service of the Bass foundry and remained with the firm until 1858, when he secured employment in the Pittsburg shops. He worked there continuously until 1892, when he resigned owing to ill-health. Death was due to a complication of diseases arising from disorders of the digestive organs. Mrs. Ahern and her three adopted children, James, Thomas and Nellie Quillinan, have the sympathy of a large circle of friends. The funeral wil be held at St. Patrick's church, where the deceased was a regular attendant.
Fort Wayne News 20 September 1894
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Daniel Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, December 19, 1894, Daniel Ahearn, aged 40 years.
The Morning Call 21 December 1894
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James Ahearn
AHEARN — On Friday, Jan. 4, of Pneumonia, JAMES AHEARN, native of County Cork, Ireland. Funeral from his late residence, 125 Cumberland St. On Monday at 2. P.M
Brooklyn Daily Eagle 6 January 1895
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James B. Ahern
AHERN — On the 23d inst. at Little Rock, Ark., James B. Ahern. Funeral will take place from residence of his sister, Mrs. J. B. Ahern [sic], 1527 O'Fallon St., to St. Lawrence O'Toole's Church at 2 p.m., thence to Calvary Cemetery.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 25 January 1895
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William Ahern
AHERN—William Ahern, aged 87 years and ten months, at 2953 Butler-st. Funeral notice herafter.
Chicago Tribune 10 March 1895
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Margaret M. Ahern
AHERN—At Paicines, Mar. 17, Margaret M. AHERN, a native of Ireland, aged 35 years, 9 months. ...sister of Mrs. John SHAY, of Paicines, Mrs. John GLEASON, of Lone Tree and Miss Helen AHERN, of San Francisco. The funeral took place from the Catholic church, at this place, last Tuesday morning.
Hollister Free Lance 22 March 1895
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Jeremiah Ahern
AHERN—In this city, May 4, 1895, Jeremiah Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 64 years.
The San Francisco Call 6 May 1895
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John J. Ahearn
AHEARN—On June 2, 1895, JOHN J. AHEARN, aged 42 years. Funeral at 194 Fifty-eighth st, Brooklyn, on Tuesday, at 2 p.m.
Brooklyn Eagle 3 June 1895
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Robert Emmett Ahern
AHERN — On the 29th inst., at 3 a.m., Robert Emmett Ahern, son of Patrick Ahern and Maggie Holly, aged 6 years and 3 months. Funeral from the family residence, No. 1601 Olive street, on Sunday, the 30th inst., at 2 p.m. to Calvary Cemetery.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 29 June 1895
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Agnes (Ahern) McGuire
McGuire, Agnes, nee Ahern, author of the "Star of Bethlehem" and other poems published in the Chicago Tribune, Herald, and in the New York Press died after a painful illness at 1327 Dunning st. July 4. She was buried in Calvary July 6 from St. Vincent's Church. She was born in Kingston, Ontario in 1849, the daughter of Timothy and Bridget Ahern, nee Loftus. She lived in Chicago since 1864 marrying M. G. McGuire, attorney and real estate dealer. She had twelve children, seven of whom survive.
The Chicago Citizen 20 July 1895
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Arthur David Barry
BARRY—Arthur David Barry, beloved husband of Mary Barry (nee Ahern), at his residence, No. 200 Webster-av., aged 30 years. Rest in peace. Funeral at 109:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Vincent's Church, thence by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 12 August 1895
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Jeremiah D. Hearn
Death has removed another of the old identities of Epping in the person of Mr. Jeremiah D. Hearn, who was born at Epping in 1842, a year after the arrival of his parents in the colony. His death took place on Friday 23rd August, somewhat unexpectedly. Mr. Hearn followed the occupation of a farmer and grazier, and his widow and family are left in comfortable circumstances. The large funeral to the Melbourne Cemetery on Sunday last testified to the respect in which the deceased gentleman was held. The service at the grave was conducted by the Rev. Father Collins of Clifton Hill.
Preston Leader 31 August 1895
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Timothy O'Hern
O'HERN — In Brookline, Sept. 8, Timothy O'Hern, 82 yrs. Funeral from his late residence, Heath st., Brookline Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to attend. [see also: Mary (Madden) O'Hearn]
The Boston Globe 9 September 1895
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Hannah (Scanlon) Hunt
HUNT— Hannah Hunt, nee Scanlon, beloved wife of the late Thomas Hunt, at the residence of her sister, Bridget Ahern, 1145 South Oakley-av. Funeral Monday at 9:30 to St. Pius Church, where high mass will be celebrated; thence by carriage to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 22 September 1895
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Burial Permit
John F. Ahearn, 34, 1620 North Fourteenth St.; consumption
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 1 November 1895
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Michael P. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, December 1, 1895, Michael P. Ahern, a native of Cooliska, Newcastle West, County Limerick, Ireland, aged 33 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Monday), at 9:30 o'clock a.m. from his late residence, 984 Howard street, near Sixth, thence to St. Patrick's Church, where a solemn requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

Y. M. C. U.—The officers and members of St. Joseph's Assembly No 3 are hereby notified to attend the funeral of our late brother, M. P. Ahern, from his late residence, 984 Howard street, THIS DAY (Monday), at 9 o'clock a. m. By order, J. A. BRIEN, President.

The San Francisco Call 2 December 1895
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Cornelius P. Ahern
AHERN — Wednesday, Dec. 25, at 6 p.m., at his home, St. Louis Mullanphy Hospital, Cornelius Ahern, aged 60 years. Funeral Friday, Dec. 27, at 9 a.m., to St. Teresa's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 26 December 1895
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Mary (Ahearn) Dunn
   DUNN—In this city, January 2, 1896, Mary, beloved wife of John Dunn, and aunt of Mrs. P. J. Meehan and William Ahearn, a native of County Tipperary, Ireland, aged 70 years.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 9 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, 2103 Powell street, thence to St. Francis Church, where a solemn, requiem mass will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 3 January 1896
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Daniel F. Ahearn
AHEARN—At his residence, 287 Carroll st, DANIEL F. AHEARN, beloved husband of Lizzie G. Freeman. Funeral services at St. Agnes' Church, Hoyt and Sackett sts, Monday morning, February 3, at 9:30. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend.
AHEARN—The members of Columbia Lodge No. 137, Order of the Golden Chain, are requested to attend the funeral services of our deceased brother, DANIEL F. AHEARN, at St. Agnes' Church, Hoyt and Sackett sts, Monday, February 3, at 9:30 a.m.
JOS. R. K. BARLOW, Commander   
   David Blank, Secretary
Brooklyn Eagle 2 February 1896
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Mrs. John F. (Fitzpatrick) Ahearn
AHEARN—At Montclair, N. J., February 7, Mrs. JOHN F. AHEARN, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Fitzpatrick. Funeral will take place on Monday, February 10, at 2 p.m., from the residence of her brother, William Fitzpatrick, East Fourteenth st, Sheepshead Bay, L. I. Friends and relatives are respectfully invited to attend.
Brooklyn Eagle 9 February 1896
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Burial Permit
Florence Ahearn, 2, 1331 North Nineteenth, pneumonia
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 25 February 1896
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Kate (Walsh) Ahern
AHERN — February 27, at her residence, Curriheen, Conna, Kate, the beloved wife of William Ahern, and daughter of the late Henry Walsh, Dromadua. Funeral this day (Saturday) via Dungourney for Shangarry.
The Cork Examiner 29 February 1896
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Nellie (Ahern) Shealy
SHEALY—At her residence, 368 S. Paulina-st., Nellie Ahern Shealy, beloved wife of Thomas F. Shealy, age 23 years. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., by cars to Mount Olivet.
Chicago Tribune 12 April 1896
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Walter Ahern
AHERN—May 17, 1896, at 45 Ailesbury road, of pneumonia, after a short illness, Walter Ahern, Surveyor G.P.O., aged 64 years. Funeral for Glasnevin at 9 o'clock to-morrow (Wednesday, 20th inst.) R.I.P. [see also: Fanny Ahern, Isabella (Woodley) Ahern]
Irish Times 19 May 1896
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Burial Permit
Walter Ahern, 26, Jefferson City, Mo; suicide
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 22 May 1896
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Margaret (O'Hearn) Flynn
Flynn, Margaret, nee O'Hearn, at resid., 23 Peoria st., formerly Johnson st., widow of the late William, native of Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Funeral from Holy Family Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News 30 May 1896
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MOURNED BY MANY FRIENDS
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Death of Pat O'Hearn a Shock to His Associates.
The brief announcement in the World-Herald yesterday morning of the death of Pat O'Hearn caused considerable grief among railroad men throughout the wets. He came to Omaha from Marion, Ia., eighteen years ago and secured employment in the Union Pacific yards as a switchman. He was then brakeman, yardmaster and freight conductor, and was one of the best known men in the west. He gave up railroading four years ago and went into the saloon business with ex-Detective Horrigan, but they soon severed the partnership and went into business for themselves.

O'Hearn was a great character, in his way. He was a big, good-natured man, and fond of joking, and there are scores of good stories told of him. The immediate cause of death is said to be from the effects of a shot. About three years ago a drunken man shot him, and his life was despaired of but his rugged constitution pulled him through, but he has never been well since. He had an operation performed a few weeks ago and he rallied, and it was believed that he would regain his health, but he suffered a relapse which terminated in his death.

The funeral will occur this morning from St. Patrick's church. The interment will be in St. Mary's cemetery. He leaves a widow and one son.

Omaha World-Herald 8 June 1896
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John Cornelius [Lockren] Ahern
LOCKREN—In this city, June 18, 1896, John C., beloved son of Ann Lockren and James Ahern, brother of Charles and Mary Lockren, Henry, James and Sarah Ahern, Mrs. Belle Green and Mary Bradley, a native of Sonoma, California, aged 22 years, 9 months and 17 days. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral Sunday, June 21, 1896 at 8 a.m., from his late residence, thence to connect with broad gauge ferry for San Francisco, thence to 9:30 Tiburon ferry to Petaluma. Interment Calvary cemetery, Petaluma. [see also: news reports in Oakland Inquirer and San Francisco Chronicle.]
Oakland Enquirer 19 June 1896
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Mary Agnes Ahern
AHERN—Mary Agnes, beloved daughter of Michael and Margaret Ahern (née Maun [Mann?]), at her parents' residence, 328 Loomis-st. Member of Young Ladies' Sodality, Holy Family Church. Funeral Wednesday, June 24, at 10 a.m. from residence to Holy Family Church, thence by cars to Cavalry via C. M. and St. P. R. R.
Chicago Tribune 23 June 1896
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John C. Ahern
AHERN—Near Oakland, June 18, 1896, John C., youngest son of J. Ahern of Petaluma and brother of James Ahern, a native of Sonoma county, aged 22 years.
Petaluma Daily Courier 24 June 1896
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Nellie O'Heran
Monday — Nellie O'Heran died at her home, 336 East Fourth Street, Sunday morning at 10:00 of consumption. The funeral will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. from St. Peter's Catholic Church.
Richland Shield & Banner 25 July 1896
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Annie Ahearn
AHEARN—Suddenly, on July 25, ANNIE, daughter of the late John and Ann Ahearn. Funeral on Tuesday, July 28, at 2:30 p.m., from the residence of her sister, Mrs. Higgins, Fortieth st, near Ninth av.
Brooklyn Eagle 27 July 1896
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James Ahern
AHERN—At Red Bank, on Wednesday, July 19th, James Ahern, aged 23 years.
Joseph J. Ahern died at Mrs. M. J. Donahay's on Front street last Wednesday, aged 23 years. He was stricken with paralysis the week before his death. He was foreman of the trolley wiremen and lived in New York. His body was taken there for burial on Thursday.
Red Bank Register 5 August 1896
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Michael Emmett Ahearn
AHEARN — Friday, Aug. 7, at 2:30 p.m., Michael Emmett Ahearn, beloved son of James C. and Margaret Ahearn, aged 13 years. Funeral from family residence, 4713 Easton avenue, Sunday, Aug. 9, at 2 p.m. to Visitation Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 August 1896
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN.—On September 15, 1896, Margaret, infant daughter of William J. and Ellen Ahern, aged 10 months. The relatives and friends are invited to attend the funeral, on Thursday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, from her parents' residence, 122 Keefe street, Second and Wharton streets. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 17 September 1896
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MRS. DANIEL E. AHERN DEAD.
Thrown From a Horse Sept 26.
She Never Regained Consciousness.
Mrs. Daniel E. Ahern of Neptune av., Winthrop, formerly Miss Geneva Bolles of Southboro, who was thrown from a horse while riding on Sept. 26, died at the Massachusetts general hospital last evening. After the accident Mrs. Ahern was taken in an unconscious condition to the hospital, where she received the most loving care and skilled attendance, but to no avail, for she never regained consciousness. Saturday evening she began to sink rapidly and passed away without a final word to her devoted husband. Mrs. Ahern had the happy faculty of making many friends, and she will be missed in Winthrop, where she made her summer home. She was 24 years old and leaves a daughter, 6 months old. Her husband, Daniel E. Ahern, is assistant cashier of The Globe. The funeral arrangements have not as yet been made.
The Boston Globe 12 October 1896
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Bridget Ahern
Mrs. Bridget Ahern died in New York hospital of a fractured skull received a week ago. Her husband is held on suspicion of throwing her down stairs.
Brooklyn Eagle 16 November 1896
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O'Hearn — Butler — The infant child of Michael O'Hearn was buried Wednesday afternoon.
Richland Shield & Banner 21 November 1896
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O'Hearn, — Butler. An infant son of Mr. & Mrs. M. L. O'Hearn was interred at Bunker Hill Wednesday week.
Semi-Weekly News 27 November 1896
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Burial Permit
Bridget Ahearn, 65, 1513 1/2 Cass Av.; cancer of ovaries
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 8 December 1896
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Cornelius R. Ahern
AHERN — On Tuesday, Dec. 8, 1896, at 5:30 o'clock p.m., Cornelius Ahern, beloved husband of Fannie Ahern (nee Mathews), aged 53 years and 9 months. The funeral will take place Thursday, 10th inst. at 9 o'clock a.m., from residence, 2220 Cass avenue, to St. Leo's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 9 December 1896
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Mary (Madden) O'Hearn
O'HEARN — At Chestnut Hill, Brookline, Jan. 19, Mary, widow of Timothy O'Hearn. Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Campbell, Heath st., Thursday, Jan. 21, at 8 a.m. Requiem Mass at Church of the Assumption at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Interment at Holyhood. [see also: Marian (O'Hearn) Maloney]
The Boston Globe 20 January 1897
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Nellie (Ahern) Ryan
Many Brattleboro people were saddened by the news of the death of Nellie Ahern, 40, widow of the late A. H. Ryan, which took place Monday in Holyoke, Mass., from pneumonia. Mrs. Ryan was a resident of Vernon street until her marriage to Mr. Ryan. She went with him to Holyoke 17 years ago. Mr. Ryan, who was a brother of N. T. Ryan, died about four years ago. He was a prominent business man in Holyoke. Mrs. Ryan had suffered from a pulmonary affection [sic], and spent two winters in the South. She leaves three daughters and a son. The funeral at Holyoke Wednesday was attended by Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ryan and Mary Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Turner, Mrs. Charles Henkel, Mrs. C. C. Turner, Patrick Lillis, Timothy Aher[n] and John Galvin. [see also: Josephine Ahearn, Mrs. William Ahern]
Vermont Phoenix 12 February 1897
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Michael Ahearn
AHEARN — On Saturday, Feb. 20, at 4 a.m., Michael Ahearn, aged 29 years, the beloved son of Patrick Ahearn. The funeral will take place from the family residence, No. 1601 Olive street, on Monday, Feb. 22, at 2 p.m., to St. John's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 20 February 1897
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Catherine Agnes Ahearn
   AHEARN—In this city, April 20, 1897, Catherine Agnes, daughter of Timothy and Julia Ahearn, and sister of Daniel, Dennis and the late Hannah Ahearn, a native of New York City, aged 25 years 5 months and 9 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 8:30 o'clock a. m., from her late residence, 302 Liberty 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 o'clock a. m. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery.
The San Francisco Call 21 April 1897
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Michael Ahern
AHERN—May 3, suddenly, at 5, West-view, Walliney road, Liscard, in his 41st year, Michael, the loving husband of Teresa Ahern.
The Liverpool Courier 5 May 1897
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Bartholomew Ahern
AHERN—In this city, May 4, Bartholomew, beloved brother of Roger, William and Arthur Ahern of San Francisco and Patrick Ahern of Oakland, and Mrs. Mary Finn, a native of County Cork, Ireland.
San Francisco Chronicle 5 May 1897
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Bartholomew Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, May 4, Bartholomew Ahern, beloved brother of Roger, William and Arthur Ahern and Mrs. Mary Finn of San Francisco and Patrick Ahern of Oakland, a native of County Cork, Ireland.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectrully invited to attend the funeral this day (Thursday) at 9 o'clock from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Mary Finn, 2525 Nineteenth street, between Potrero avenue and Hampshire street, thence to St. Charles Borromeo's Church, where a requiem high mass will be celebrated for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30 o'clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
San Francisco Chronicle 6 May 1897
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Annie Agnes (Horgan) Ahern
   AHERN—In East Oakland, May 21, 1897, Annie Agnes, beloved wife of William J. Ahern, mother of Irene, Willie and Frank Ahern, and beloved daughter of the late Hannah Horgan, a native of Boston, Mass., aged 33 years 8 months and 13 days. [Boston and New York papers please copy.]
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral THIS DAY (Sunday), at 12 o'clock M. [sic], from her late residence, 815 East Sixteenth street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth avenues, thence to St. Anthony's Church, where services will be celebrated for the repose of her soul, commencing at 12:30 o'clock P. M. Interment Mount Calvary Cemetery, San Francisco. Funeral will connect with 2 o'clock p. m. creek boat, foot of Broadway, Oakland.
The San Francisco Call 23 May 1897
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Martin Egan
EGAN—June 8, 1897, at 148 59th-st., Martin Egan, beloved brother of Michael, Peter, and Dan Egan and Mrs. Mary Ahern, aged 52 years. Funeral Thursday at 9 a.m. to St. Ann's Church, where solemn high mass will be celebrated, thence by carriages to Mount Olivet. New York papers please copy.
Chicago Tribune 10 June 1897
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William Ahern
AHERN—June 14, 1897, at his residence, 85 Morehampton road, Donnybrook, William Ahern, aged 48 years. Funeral from above address to-morrow (Wednesday) morning at 10 o'clock for Glasnevin. R.I.P.
Irish Times 15 June 1897
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Michael Ahern
The funeral of Michael Ahern was held at his late residence, on Woburn st. Monday morning. At St. Bridget's church, at 9 o'clock, high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Fr. Kavanaugh. The interment was in Woburn.
Lexington Minuteman 9 July 1897
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Martin Ahern
AHERN—In this city, July 20, 1897, Martin Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 67 years.
The San Francisco Call 21 July 1897
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John Ahern
Ahern.— On 30th July, 1897, at his residence, Pipitea street, Wellington, John Ahern; aged 60 years. R.I.P. Melbourne papers please copy.
Mr. John Ahern, formerly of the Public Works Department, died at his residence in Pipitea-street last evening. He had been in bad health for some time. He leaves a widow, three daughters, and a son. [see also: John Ahern]
The Wellington Evening Post 31 July 1897
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Kate Ahern
Ahern, Kate, aunt of Mrs. Walter J. Gibbons, and of George, Charles and Kate Ahern of this city, died in New York after a prolonged illness recently. She was born in Co. Cork, 67 years ago, and had been a resident of this country for more than half of her lifetime. She was a sister of the late Daniel C. Ahern of Chicago, for many years cashier of the Northwestern R.R. office.
Chicago Citizen 7 August 1897
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James O'Hern
O'HERN—August 14 at 3 p.m., James O'Hern, in his 29th year. Funeral will take place from the residence of his brother, Mr. Roger O'Hern, 2659 West Market Street, tomorrow morning at 8:30 and from St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Courier Journal 15 August 1897
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Amanda (Smith) Ahern
Mrs. Amanda Ahern, wife of John Ahern, fell downstairs about 5 o'clock, Thursday afternoon at her home, No. 77 Elm street, and died from the shock. She was carrying some potted plants up the back stairs, and it is supposed she lost her balance and fell. She was dead when found. Her husband survives her, also a sister, Mrs. Eliza Baker of Brooklyn, N.Y. Mrs. Ahern's maiden name was Amanda Smith. She was born in East Hartford about sixty-five years ago, and came to live in this city with her uncle, Perry Smith, after the death of her mother. Mr. Smith lived at No. 74 Arch street, where his widow still resides. For many years Mrs. Ahern kept a boarding house in the Brainerd House adjoining the Atheneum on the South. Mr. and Mrs. Ahern had kept a boarding house at their present location about four years. A year ago this month they celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of their marriage. Mrs. Ahern had been a member of the Christ church many years.
The Hartford Daily Times 22 October 1897
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David Ahern
The Funeral of the late David Ahern will leave his father's residence, The Avenue, for the Foxton Cemetery to-morrow (Wednesday), at 2 p.m. Friends will please accept this intimation.
Manawatu Herald 26 October 1897
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David Ahern
We regret to record the death of Mr. J. Ahern's only son David, which occurred at the Palmerston Hospital early yesterday morning. The deceased was a particularly bright lad of 15 years of age, and in his employment by two of our storekeepers since leaving school he had made himself well known and liked. He had suffered from the complaint which ultimately led to his decease for a period extending over a couple of months, and was removed to the hospital some time ago, as he would then receive every attention possible. The parents have sustained a severe loss, and for whom much sympathy is felt. The funeral is fixed for to-morrow, leaving Mr. Ahern's residence, The Avenue, at 2 o'clock, and friends are asked to accept this intimation.
Manawatu Herald 26 October 1897
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The scholars attending the State School were granted a half-holiday yesterday to give them an opportunity of attending the funeral of their late school-fellow, David Ahern.
Manawatu Herald 28 October 1897
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Ellen, age 50, 742 W. 12th-st., Oct. 30.
Chicago Tribune 2 November 1897
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Michael O'Hern
O'Hern, Michael, Nov. 24, 1897, at resid., 1026 - 51st ave., aged 82 yrs., native of Newcastle, Co. Limerick. Burial Calvary.
Chicago Daily News November 1897
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DEATH CALLS A MOST HIGHLY RESPECTED CITIZEN FROM OUR MIDST
On Saturday, November 27th, 1897, occurred the death of Mr. Garrett Ahern. He had been in poor health since July, but was not confined to his bed. On Thanksgiving day he seemed cheerful and enjoyed his Thanksgiving dinner and was in good spirits until after 1:p.m. When his left side became paralyzed shortly after 1:00, he died from the effects Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.

He was almost 63 years of age and he resided in Minneota for the past 14 years. He leaves a wife and ten children to mourn his loss. The deceased was honored and respected by all who knew him and by his death there is a vacancy made, which is sorely felt. He had a kind and loving disposition, a cheerful word and a pleasant smile for everyone. Having a high moral character, he deplored everything low and degrading and tried by example and conversations to instill the same feeling into the hearts of those with whom he conversed. Being well informed on any of the topics of the day, his advice was often sought and gladly accepted by his acquaintances. Of a religious state of mind, he had a great purity of thought; so virtuous, so peaceful with an unending desire to please his Creator. And regularly as night drew her curtain around, he gathered his household in family worship and never neglected this devotion. His grief-stricken wife and family have the heart-felt sympathy of their many friends in their sad bereavement.

The funeral took place on Monday and, although the day was very cold, the funeral procession was large. All seemed anxious to pay the last sad rites to one whom they loved so dear. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. Father Van Den Heovel in St. Edwards Catholic Church in Minneota, of which Mr. Ahern was a most faithful and prominent member. The pall bearers were: Mr. Walsh, Mr. McDonald, Mr. Moughan, Mr. Langar, Mr. Dwyer, and Mr. Bolton, all intimate friends of the deceased. [see also: Garrett F. Ahern]

Minneota Mascot December 1897
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John Ahern
AHERN—John Ahern [aged 78], at his daughter's residence, Mrs. Bowles, 275 E. Ontario-st. Funeral Monday, Jan. 17, 1898, to Holy Name Cathedral, by carriages to Calvary.
Chicago Tribune 16 January 1898
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Johanna (Dillon) Ahearn
AHEARN — Monday, Jan 17, at 6 a.m., Johanna Ahearn (nee Dillon), wife of the late James Ahearn and our beloved mother, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. C. Block, 1829 North Nineteenth street. Due notice of funeral will be given. Washington (D. C.) and Hagerstown (Md.) papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 17 January 1898
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Bridget Ahearn
AHEARN — On the 19th, at the Hotel Ardmore, Bridget, the beloved wife of Michael Ahearn, after a brief illness, aged 73 years. Interment at Ardmore on Friday. R.I.P. Deeply Regretted.
The Cork Examiner 20 January 1898
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Anna (McDonald) Hearns
Mrs. Anna Hearn died at her home on North Main Street last Thursday morning. She leaves five children, four sons and a daughter. The funeral took place Saturday morning.
Bristol Press 27 January 1898
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Julia Ahern
AHERN.—On Wednesday, the 26th January, at her residence, Bathgate street, South Dunedin, Julia, the beloved wife of Jeremiah Ahern ; aged 67 years. R.I.P.
Otago Daily Times 27 January 1898
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Alexander Bruce Ahearn
AHEARN—On the 13th instant at Queen-st, Fremantle, Alexander Bruce Ahearn, aged 7 1/2 months beloved and only son of Alexander and Jennie Ahearn. Deeply regretted. [see also: Jennie Ahearn]
The West Australian 14 February 1898
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Maria (O'Mara) Ahern
AHERN — On Saturday, Feb. 26, at 6:06 a.m., Maria Ahern (nee O'Mara), beloved mother of Maggie Ahern, aged 58 years. Funeral from the family residence, 3818 Penrose street, on Monday, Feb. 28, at 8:30 a.m., to Holy Name Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 26 February 1898
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Ellen Ahern
   AHERN—In this city, March 19, 1898, Ellen, beloved wife of Michael Ahern, and mother of Sister Mary Seraphine, O. S. D. Mrs. G. Hopkins, Mrs. W. Hoffman and Agnes and Kitty Ahern, a native of Youghal, County Cork, Ireland, aged 54 years.
The San Francisco Call 20 March 1898
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Eliza, 70, 764 Dickson-st., April 12.
Chicago Tribune 15 April 1898
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Ellen Aherne
AHERNE — On the 27th inst., at her residence, Rathcormac, Ellen Aherne, relict of the late Cornelius Aherne, to the inexpressible grief of her sorrowing family. R.I.P. Funeral from the Parish Church for Dunbullogue, at 11 o'clock on this day (Friday).
The Cork Examiner 29 April 1898
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Dennis Ahearn
AHEARN—In Cambridge, May 13, Dennis Ahearn. Funeral Sunday, at 1.30, from 21 Oak circle.
The Boston Globe 15 May 1898
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Maurice Ahern
AHERN — On 16th inst., at Ballingoul, Maurice Ahern, aged 79. Funeral for Kilquane on this day (Wednesday), at 3 o'clock. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 18 May 1898
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Michael J. Ahearn
   The West end yesterday afternoon lost on of its best-known citizens in the death of Michael J. Ahearn, who died at the Massachusetts general hospital after a lingering illness. Mr. Ahearn for the past 20 years had been among the prominent patrons of athletics and rowing in this city, and by his efforts accomplished much good for the elevation of sports in general.
   He was born and bred at the West end, and first saw the light of day at the old family home on Brighton st.
   He attended the public schools. Early in life he engaged in business. In 1864 he entered partnership with Capt. John J. Coffey, which was continued, under the firm name of Coffey and Ahearn, on Leverett st., up to his death.
   Some 25 years ago he was quite active in aquatics, and among those he raced with in single sculls were Fred Plaisted, Driscoll and Creed of Chelsea. He also for a time led all local oarsmen in single working boats.
   He was among the original members of the present West End boat club, and for several years was on of the crews that represented that pioneer organization. He also rowed in several picked crews in matched races. He was very successful. He was the soul of honor and a favorite with all who knew him. The same may be said of him in his business dealings.
   He dropped out of active rowing about 12 years ago, but continued his interest in the sport, as well as in athletics in general. In his time he also assisted in developing many men who have won distinction on the athletic field. Among those he had backed during the past two years is George Tinckler, the great Irish sprinter.
   The cause of Mr. Ahearn's death was inflammation of the stomach.
   The deceased leaves a wife but no children. The funeral will be held Thursday morning at his late residence, 142 Leverett st., with services at St. Joseph's church, Chambers st.
The Boston Globe 25 May 1898
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Margaret Ahearn
AHEARN—May 29. Margaret Ahearn. Funeral from the residence of her son-in-law, Joseph McCarthy, 520 3d st, South Boston, Tuesday morning. at 8.45. High mass at the Gate of Heaven church, at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 30 May 1898
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Burial Permit
Catherine Ahern, 65, 3 S. Ewing, senility
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 9 June 1898
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Lilly Ahearn
AHEARN—In this city, June 16. Lilly, daughter of the late Micheal and Bridget Ahearn, 20 yrs. Funeral from the residence of Mrs. Collins, 36 Seneen st, Sunday, June 19, at 1.30 p m. Services at cathedral of the Holy Cross, at 2 p m. Relatlves and friends of the family invited.
The Boston Globe 18 June 1898
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Michael Ahearn
AHERN—In Chelsea, July 24, Michael Ahearn, 29 yrs. Funeral from the residence of his brother, Mr. John Ahearn, 330 3rd st. South Boston, Tuesday, July 26, at 1.30 p.m. Services at Gate of Heaven church at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 26 July 1898
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Mary Elizabeth Ahern
AHERN — August 1st, at her residence, Victoria Road, Mary Elizabeth, aged 27, dearly beloved daughter of Wm. Ahern, ex-officer, Robert's Cove station. Funeral for St. Joseph's Cemetery on Wednesday, at 2 o'clock. Requiescant in pace. Sweet Heart of Mary be her salvation. St. Francis pray for her.
The Cork Examiner 2 August 1898
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Margaret (Mann) Ahern
AHERN—Aug. 14, at her residence, 328 Loomis-st., Margaret Ahern (nee Mann), [aged 70] beloved wife of Michael Ahern, and mother of John, Michael, and William, Mrs. Jas. W. Sheridan, and Mrs. J. T. Wade, and the late Mary and Henry Ahern. Native of County Limerick, Ireland. Funeral Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 9:30 a.m. to Holy Family Church, where high mass will be celebrated, thence by cars to Cavalry via C. M. and St. P. R. R.
Chicago Tribune 15 August 1898
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Kathleen Ahearn
AHEARN—In Danbury, Aug. 24th, Kathleen, infant daughter of Patrick and Margaret Ahearn, 29 Comstock street, aged 10 months and 7 days. Funeral this afternoon at five o'clock. [see also: George D. Ahearn, Edward P. Ahearn]
The Danbury News 21 August 1898
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Margaret Ahearn
AHEARN—On August 31, 1898, MARGARET AHEARN, wife of Patrick Ahearn, in the 70th year of her age. Funeral from her late residence, 46 Cheever place, Friday morning, September 2, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St. Charles Borromeo, Sidney place, where a requiem mass will be offered for the repose of her soul. Interment Calvary Cemetery.
Brooklyn Eagle 1 September 1898
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Emma Aze
AZE—Sept. 2, at her daughter's home, Mrs. John Ahern, 821 Lathrop-av., Mrs. Emma Aze, mother of Mrs. John Ahern, Mrs. Jennie Wrisley, Detroit, and Emil Victor Aze. Funeral services from St. Luke's Church, River Forest, Sunday, at 9:15, from thence by train to Calvary. Leave Lathrop depot, River Forest, at 10:26 a.m., via C.&N.W.R.R.
Chicago Tribune 4 September 1898
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William Ahern
AHERN — On September 4th, at his residence, 52, Barrack street, to the inexpressible grief of his sorrowing wife and family, William Ahern, corn merchant. Funeral for St. Joseph's Cemetery on Tuesday, at 3 o'clock. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 5 September 1898
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Lily, 19; 152 E. Ohio-st., Sept. 8.
Chicago Tribune 9 September 1898
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James Aherne, M.D.
AHERNE — On the 8th inst., at Rathcormac, James Aherne, M.D. Funeral to-day (Saturday), at 12 o'clock, for Mitchelstown.
The Cork Examiner 10 September 1898
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John Ahern
AHERN — On September 11th, at his residence, Cloyne, John Ahern. Funeral this day (Tuesday), at 3.30 o'clock for Cloyne. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 13 September 1898
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AHERN FUNERAL
The remains of Patrick Ahern will be brought to Des Moines tomorrow evening, arriving by the Great Western train at 8:25. It is not known as to who is accompanying them. The funeral will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. from the Ahern residence at 506 Hillside avenue, South Des Moines, with services at St. Ambrose Catholic church. The city fire department will have charge of the funeral, but the Modern Woodmen will be represented in the service, deceased having been a member of Gus Smith camp of this city.
Des Moines Daily News 16 September 1898
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Burial Permit
Eugene Ahearns, 3, 1574 N. 7th, entero colitis
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 20 September 1898
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John A. Carroll
CARROLL—In Charlestown, Oct 4, John A. beloved husband of Annie Carroll, nee Ahearn, and son of William and Rose Carroll of the North end. Funeral from his late residence, 34 Cross st Friday, at 8.30 a. m. Requiem mass at St Mary's church, Warren st. at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. Lynn papers please copy.
The Boston Globe 5 October 1898
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Eugene A'Hern
DIED AHERN—15th inst., Eugene Ahern, 52 yrs. Drowning
Mr. Eugene A'Hern, a former resident of Ward 3 in this city, died suddenly in South Boston last Saturday. The funeral took place from the residence of his sister, Mrs. John Fitzgerald, 290 C Street at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning. High mass was celebrated at SS Peter and Paul's church at 9 o'clock.
The Cambridge Press 22 October 1898
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Sarah (Chambers) Ahern
AHERN — On Wednesday, Oct. 26, 1898, at 4 p.m., Sara Ahern (nee Chambers), beloved wife of M. J. Ahern, aged 22 years. The funeral will take place Friday, Oct. 28, at 2 p.m., from family residence, 25 South Tenth street to Cathedral Church, thence to New Pickett's Cemetery. New York papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 27 October 1898
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Burial Permit
Sarah Ahern, 22, 25 S. 10th St., consumption
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 28 October 1898
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Annie Aherne
AHERNE — Sunday, 30th October, Annie, of 101, Barrack street, sister-in-law of P Hussey, butcher, 64, Barrack street. Funeral from the South Parish Chapel for the Botanic Gardens on Tuesday (Nov. 1st), at 3 o'clock. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 31 October 1898
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Michael Aherne
AHERNE — On October 29th, of pneumonia, at Charles street, Midleton, Michael Aherne, victualler, to the inexpressible grief of his sorrowing wife and children. Funeral at 3 o'clock on to-day (Monday) for New Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on him. Australian papers please copy.
The Cork Examiner 31 October 1898
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, John, 66; 1817 Clark-st., Nov. 15.
Chicago Tribune 19 November 1898
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Denis Ahern
Mr. Dennis Ahern, father of Dennis Ahern, Jr., a tonsorial artist of the town, died suddenly at his late residence on North Union street, last Sunday. His funeral was largely attended on Tuesday.
Arlington Advocate 2 December 1898
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Denis Ahern
One of Arlington's oldest citizens, Mr. Dennis Ahern, of 47 North Union street, died suddenly at his home last Saturday evening of heart failure. For fifteen years Mr. Ahern was a terrible sufferer from asthma, and in all these years he has been unable to lie down in bed, but had to sit in two chairs with a pillow at his head, for by lying down it meant death by choking. The deceased had been a resident of the town for over forty-eight [sic] years, being well known by the older town's people. A wife, one daughter and seven sons survive him, Mr. Dennis Ahern Jr. the hairdresser in the Finance Building being one of his sons. The funeral services were held at St. Malachy's Church on Tuesday, and the interment was at St. Paul's Cemetery.
The Arlington Enterprise 3 December 1898
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ACCIDENTS AND FATALITIES
An inmate of the Mount View Asylum, John O'Hearn, who was admitted on 15th October, died this morning. An inquest is being held this afternoon.
Evening Post 8 December 1898
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James O'Hearn
O'HEARN — On Saturday, Dec. 17, at 2 [illegible] James O'Hearn, beloved husband of [illegible]eila O'Hearn (nee Kelly), and father of [illegible], Katie and Stella O'Hearn. Funeral Wednesday, Dec. 21 at [illegible] from family residence, 410 Gano [illegible] the Church of Holy Name, thence to [illegible] cemetery. Friends of the family are invited to attend. Deceased was a member of Catholic Knights of America, Branch 167. Sacramento, Cal. papers please copy.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 18 December 1898
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Burial Permit
James O'Hearn, 53, 410 Gano; congestion of the brain
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 20 December 1898
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Bridget (Dwyer) Ahearn
AHEARN — On Dec. 20, Bridget Ahearn, beloved wife of James Ahearn and mother of Annie and Joseph Ahearn, and sister of Thomas and Joseph Dwyer. Funeral from family residence, 1432 Bellmont street, on Thursday, Dec. 22, at 1:30 p.m. to St. John's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends invited to attend.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch 21 December 1898
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Cornelius O'Hearn
The funeral of Cornelius O'Hearn, an old resident of Lowell, took place yesterday at St. Patrick's church. Rev. Fr. James Walsh of Ayer, a stepson of Mr. O'Hearn, was celebrant; Rev. Fr. Edmund Walsh of Salem, deacon; Rev. Fr. John J. McManimon of Brighton seminary, subdeacon, and Rev. Fr. John J. Shaw of North Chelmsford master of ceremonies. Within the sanctuary was John J. O'Hearn of Brighton seminary, recently ordained a deacon, who is a son of Mr. O'Hearn. There were present also a number of priests of various parishes in the archdiocese and many seminarians. The requiem was sung by the choir. Burial was in St. Patrick's cemetery. Rev. Fr. Walsh officiated at the grave. There were many beautiful floral tributes. [see also: Michael O'Hearn, Ellen T. O'Hearn]
The Boston Globe 12 January 1899
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James Ahern
AHERN—In Sonoma, Jan. 13, 1899, James Ahern, father of Mrs. Thos. Bradley, Henry, Jas., and Sarah Ahern, Mrs. S. Green, and the late J. C. Ahern, a native of County Cork, Ireland, age 67 years and 2 months. The funeral will take place from St. Vincent's church in this city, Monday 16th, at 10 o'clock. [see also: Agnes Jane Ahern, Sarah Davidson Ahern.]
Petaluma Argus 14 January 1899
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A Pioneer's Death
James Ahern, a well-known and highly esteemed pioneer resident of this county, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. L. Green, at Sonoma on Friday night at 11:05. Death was due to general debility and deceased had been failing for several days. He was a native of county Cork, Ireland, aged sixty seven years and two months, and leaves five adult children as follows: Mrs. Thos. Bradley and James Ahern of Tiburon, Sarah and Henry Ahern of San Francisco and Mrs. Jennie Green of Sonoma. His wife died about twenty-five years ago and a son, J.C. Ahern died about two years ago. The funeral will take place in this city Monday morning on the arrival of the 9:30 train. Services will be held at St. Vincent's church and the remains will be interred in the family plot at Calvary cemetery.
Petaluma Daily Courier 14 January 1899
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Catherine (Murray) Hearns
Mrs. John Hearns, mother of Town Clerk Hugh Hearns, died after a short illness rather suddenly at 6:30 this morning at her home on Goodyear Avenue. She leaves a husband, three sons, all of whom are married and residents in this district, viz James Hugh and John. The funeral will take place on Thurs . . . house and 9:30 from St Francis church. The interment will be in St James Cemetery.
Waterbury Daily American 17 January 1899
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Bridget (Ahern) Quane
Quane, Bridget, nee Ahern, wife of David, native of Knockainy, Co. Limerick, mother of Daniel, William, John, David, Kate, Della Quane, and Mrs. John Carr, and Mrs. A. J. Lister. Funeral from resid., 255 Center ave. to Holy Family Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News 18 January 1899
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Patrick Henry "Harry" Ahern
AHERN, Patrick Henry (Harry), d. Feb. 9. In his 41st year; brother Rev. Phillip E. and William F. Ahern, brother-in-law of Hugh O'Connor. Funeral from 247 E. 112th St., Mass at St Paul's Church, E. 117th St. NYC
Our World February 1899
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James Ahern
AHERN—In this city, February 6th, James Ahern, a native of Ireland, aged 60 years. Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this (Thursday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the parlors of Miller & McMullen, 905 and 907 K street. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery.
Sacramento Record-Union 9 February 1899
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Hugh Cassidy
CASSIDY—Hugh Cassidy, Feb. 10, beloved husband of Bridget Cassidy, father of Thomas, William, Rose, Mrs. James Ahern, and Mrs. James Plunkett. Funeral from late residence, 50 Johnson-st., Sunday, at 10 a.m., carriages to Calvary.

HUGH CASSIDY, Chicago, died Feb. 10, aged 63 years and resided at 50 Johnson street. Mr. Cassidy was one of the first cabmen in Chicago, owning a carriage over forty years ago. He drove a cab for many years and later embarked in the livery business with success. He left a widow and five children. The children are Mrs. James Ahern, wife of Captain Ahern of the Fire department; Mrs. James Plunkett, Thomas, William, and Rose Cassidy.

Chicago Tribune 11 February 1899
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Patrick O'Hern
   Patrick O'Hern, a well known resident of Olean, died at 10:30 o'clock this morning, at his home in this city. Mr. O'Hern, who was 76 years of age, was born in Killarney, Ireland. For forty-five years he resided in the town of Hinsdale, and for the past year had made his home in this city. During this time he had been a sufferer from partial paralysis, and death finally resulted from complication of diseases.
   His death is mourned by a wife and ten children, Mrs. H. N. Webster, Mrs. C. E. Baish and Thomas O'Hern, of this city; Rev. D. W. O'Hern and Misses Nellie and Gertrude O'Hern of Driftwood, Pa.; L. M. O'Hern of Gibsonburg, Ohio; Lieutenant E. P. O'Hern of the Third Artillery, U. S. A.; J. Francis O'Hern, who is in the American College at Rome, Italy and J. Lewis O'Hern of the Catholic University of Washington, D. C. There are also two brothers living, Morris O'Hern of DuBois, Pa., and Jeremiah of Portville.
   Deceased was a man of upright and estimable character, highly respected by all who knew him. The arrangements for the funeral have not yet been made, but will be announced later.
Evening Herald 17 February 1899
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FUNERAL OF PATRICK O'HERN.
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Was Held This Morning and was Largely Attended
The funeral of the late Patrick O'Hern was held at 10:30 o'clock this morning at St. Mary's church. There was a solemn high mass of requiem, at which Father Gilhooley was celebrant, Father Miller, deacon and Father O'Brien sub deacon. Maurace [sic] O'Hern, Jr. was master of ceremonies and the sermon was preached by Father Pamphilius Ennis, O. S. F. of St. Bonaventure's. The Gregorian requiem mass was rendered by the choir, assisted by Father Cyprian Demoute, O. S. F. of St. Bonaventure's. Miss Janette McCorry sang a solo. Special services at the grave consisting of the last absolution, were conducted by Rev. Father Gilhooley, assisted by the other priests present. The funeral was one of the most largely attended that has been held in Olean for some time.

The pallbearers were J. P. Frawley, Thomas Gilligan, Thomas Dunlavey, Patrick Priest, Daniel Collins and Richard Griffin. Those in attendance from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice O'Hern, J. J. and Charles O'Hern of Dubois, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Daley and Mrs. William Sullivan of Buffalo; Patrick Duffy of Jamestown; Miss Minnie O'Hern of Cuba; Misses Nora Casey and Katie Grant of Hinsdale; Mrs. Casey of Bradford; Mr. and Mrs. Will O'Hern of Chipmunk; Father O'Brien of Smethport; Father Miller of Eldred; Mrs. and Miss Dolan, Jeremiah O'Hern and wife, Daniel and Miss Annie Shine of Portville; L. M. O'Hern of Gibsonburg, O.; Rev. D. W. and Misses Nellie and Gertrude O'Hern of Driftwood, Pa.; Lewis J. O'Hern of Washington, D. C.; Maurice O'Hern and Father Panphilius [sic] Ennis of St. Bonaventure's and Mrs. Townsell of Allegany [sic].

Evening Herald 20 February 1899
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John F. Ahearn
AHEARN, John F., son of Mary Ahearn and the late Timothy Ahearn, on March 1. Funeral from 240 Ninth St., S. Boston. Mass at St. Augustine's Church.
Our World March 1899
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John F. Ahearn
AHEARN—March 1, John F., beloved son of Mary and the late Timothy Ahearn. Funeral from his mother's residence, 240 9th st, South Boston, Friday, at 9 a m. High Mass at St Augustine's church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 1 March 1899
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Patrick Geoghegan
Geoghegan, Patrick, husband of Ann, nee O'Hearn, March 17, 1899, at resid., 628 1/2 W. 27th st., native of Ballinatubrid, Newcastle West, Co. Limerick. Funeral from All Saints Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News March 1899
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Nora Ahern
   AHERN— In Port Costa, Cal., March 19, 1899, Nora, beloved daughter of James and Johanna Ahern, and sister of Willie and Bridgie Ahern, aged 3 years 1 month and 19 days.
   Friends and acquaintances are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-morrow (Tuesday); leaves Port Costa at 7:45 a. m. Interment St. Vincent's Cemetery, Vallejo.
The San Francisco Call 20 March 1899
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Lottie, 28; 1473 Congress-st., April 3.
Chicago Tribune 4 April 1899
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Julia O'Hern
O'HERN—April 8 at 2:20 a.m., Julia, widow of Patrick O'Hern. Funeral from the residence of her son, William O'Hern, 711 E. Madison St., Monday morning at 8:45 o'clock, and from St. John's Church, corner of Clay and Walnut, at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Courier Journal 9 April 1899
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Edward P. Ahearn
AHEARN—In Danbury, April 8, Edward P., infant son of Patrick and Maggie Ahearn, of 29 Comstock street, aged 4 years, 7 months, 18 days. [see also: George D. Ahearn, Kathleen Ahearn]
The Danbury News 12 April 1899
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John Ahearn
AHEARN—In South Boston, April 21, John, beloved child of Michael and Ella Ahearn, 1 yr 8 mos. Funeral from parents' residence, 179 3d st. Sunday, April 23, at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend.
The Boston Globe 23 April 1899
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Patrick Ahern
Ahern, Patrick, died May 11, 1899, aged 87, native of Townland of Ramsgrange, Co. Wexford, husband of Margaret nee Kehoe. Funeral from resid. 5916 Michigan ave. to St. Anne's Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News May 1899
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John Ahern
AHERN — On the 16th inst., at the South Infirmary, the result of an accident, John Ahern, late Fountainstown. Deeply regretted. R.I.P. Funeral from St. Finbarr's, Dunbar street, at 10.30 on to-morrow (Sunday) for Tracton Abbey.
The Cork Examiner 17 June 1899
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Matthew Ahern
AHERN — On the 16th inst., at his residence, Park, Passage West, Matthew, eldest son of the late John Ahern, Fountainstown, aged 35 years. Deeply and deservedly regretted. Funeral will leave the R. C. Church on Sunday at 1 o'clock for Tracton Abbey. R.I.P.
The Cork Examiner 17 June 1899
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Michael O'Hearn
O'Hearn — Michael, beloved father of Mrs. Robert Reitz, Wednesday, June 14, at 8 p. m., at his residence, No. 129 University st. Funeral at St. Augustine's church, cor. of Jennings and H. Howard, Saturday, June 17, at 8:30 a. m., standard. Friends invited.
— Cleveland Necrology, 17 June 1899
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Jennie Ahearn
AHEARN.—On July 1st, at her parents' residence, By-the-Sea road, Fremantle, JENNIE, the beloved infant daughter of Alexander and Jennie Ahearn, aged 11½ months. Deeply regretted. [see also: Alexander Bruce Ahearn]
The West Australian 3 July 1899
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James Ahern
AHERN — On the 26th inst. at his residence, 3 Grattan street, after a long illness, James, youngest son of Michael Aherne [sic]. R.I.P. Funeral on Friday at 3 o'clock for Douglas.
The Cork Examiner 27 July 1899
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
THE FOLLOWING BURIAL PERMITS WERE
issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Edward, 40; 734 W. Lake-st., July 28.
Chicago Tribune 30 July 1899
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Arthur "Dotie" Ahern
AHERN—Accidentally killed at Jarrahdale on July 29, Arthur ("Dotie") Ahern, aged 32, the beloved brother of Alexander Ahern and the youngest son of the late Michael Ahern, pensioner, Fremantle.
The West Australian 31 July 1899
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Morris O'Hern
O'HERN—Thursday, Aug. 17, at 6 a.m., Morris O'Hern, aged 63 years. Funeral from family residence, 1810 Frankfort Ave., Saturday morning at 8:30 o'clock. Services at Church of St. Francis of Rome in Clifton. Burial in St. Louis Cemetery. [see also: Elizabeth O'Hern, Nellie O'Hearn]
Louisville Times 17 August 1899
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June Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Sept 20, June, beloved wife of James Ahern. Funeral from her late residence, 67 West Lanex [Lenox?] st, Monday, Oct 2, at 9.15 a m. Services at St Philip's church, Harrison av, at 9.45. Relatives and friends kindly invited.
The Boston Globe 1 October 1899
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Thomas Ahearn
Thomas Ahearn beloved husband of Catherine Crooks A'Hearn, at 4:05 a.m., Monday Oct. 9, of dropsy, after a lingering illness in his 72d year. Funeral will take place from family residence 4527 Penrose street at 2:p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 10 thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends of the family are invited to attend. [see also: John J. Ahearn, Michael F. Ahearn]
St. Louis Post Dispatch 9 October 1899
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Bridget (Burke) Ahearn
AHEARN At her home on George St., Oct. 31st, at 1 a. m., Bridget Burke Ahearn, in the 47th year of her age.
Burlington Weekly Free Press 2 November 1899
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OFFICIAL DEATH RECORD
The following burial permits were issued by the Health department yesterday:
Ahern, Mary, 53; 3466 Union-av., Nov. 2
Chicago Tribune 3 November 1899
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Garrett O'Hearn
O'Hearn, Garrett, aged 53 yrs., husband of Catherine, nee Lynch, brother of John, and father of Thomas, Agnes, Sadie, Margaret, Charles, Lawrence, and Martin O'Hearn, native of Kiladysert, Co. Clare. Funeral from resid., 42 W. 24th st. to St. Pius Church to Calvary.
Chicago Daily News 8 November 1899
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Johanna T. Ahern
AHERN.—On the 26th instant, Miss Johanna T. Ahern, daughter of Bridget and the late Daniel Ahern. The relatives and friends of the family, also the League of the Sacred Heart, Third Order of St. Frances and the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality, are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday morning at 7.30 o'clock, from her late residence, 2605 Oxford street. Solemn requiem mass at St. Elizabeth's Church. Interment at New Cathedral Cemetery.
Philadelphia Inquirer 29 November 1899
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Deaths Recorded
Ahern, Joseph E., 45y., [died on] 26, [at] 2645 Oxford st.
Philadelphia Inquirer 29 November 1899
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James L. Ahern
AHERN—Dec 23, James L. Ahern, 8 yrs., 4 mos., 23 ds., of scarlet fever. Funeral Sunday, at 1 o'clock, from his parents' residence, 43 Jefferson st, Cambridgeport.
The Boston Globe 24 December 1899
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John O'Hern
O'HERN—December 25, at 12:30 a.m., John O'Hern, in his 35th year. Funeral from the residence of his sister, Mrs. Martin Shelly, 1021 Twenty-second Street, this morning at 8:30 o'clock, and from St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend.
Courier Journal 26 December 1899
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