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Albert J. Ahern Sr.
Seymour—Albert J. Ahern Sr., husband of Mrs. Susan O'Callaghan Ahern of 15 Garden St., died Monday night at Griffin Hospital, Derby, after a long illness. Born in Seymour, he was the son of the late Cornelius and Mary Bunyan Ahern and had resided in Seymour all of his life. He was an army veteran of World War I, serving with the U.S. Cavalry. He was a retired employe [sic] of Farrel Corp. of Ansonia, where he had worked as a security guard. He was a communicant of St. Augustine's Church and a past commander of Emil Senger Post, American Legion of Seymour, a member of the Seymour Police Department and a member of the State Police Association.

Besides his wife, he leaves a son, Albert J. Ahern Jr. of Seymour, a former legislative reporter for The Register and presently an aide to Gov. John N. Dempsey; a daughter, Mrs. Frank Shean of Scotia, N.Y.; five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A military funeral will be held Thursday at 8:30 a.m. from the Anthony Chepulis Funeral Home, 47 Washington Ave., Seymour, and at 9 a.m. at St. Augustine's Church for a requiem high mass. Burial will be in St. Augustine's Cemetery.

New Haven Register 13 January 1970
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Thomas E. O'Hern
O'Hern. Thomas E. O'Hern of 1401 N. Lakeview Blvd., Lorain, O., beloved husband of Eulalia (nee Kelley). Friends may call at The Reidy-Scanian Funeral Home, 2150 Broadway, Lorain, O., 2-4 And 7-9 P. M. Friday. Funeral Mass at St. Mary Church Saturday at 10 A. M. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Lorain, O.
Cleveland Press 23 January 1970
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Henry Ahern
Mr. Henry Ahern, husband of Ernestine Plante, last address 698 St-Louis Street died in Terrebonne, the 9th day of February 1970, at the age of 77 years. The viewing will be held at the St-Louis Funeral Home and the funeral will be held Friday the 13th of February at the l'eglise paroissiale de Terrebonne. Followed by the burial at the Terrebonne Cemetery. Besides his wife the deceased leaves behind his sons Marcel (wife Therese Plante), Lucien (wife Fleurette Juneau), Real (wife Therese Legault), Paul (wife Francoise Bergeron), and Albert and Eugene Thibault. His daughters Gemma (Mr. Etienne Lespas), Marguerite, (Mr. Arthur Matte), Jeannette, (Mr. Paul Gregoire), Lucienne (Mr. Emmanuel Cherrier), Jeanne, (Mr. Lucien Richard), Therese, (Mr. Roger Audet), Jeanne d'Arc (Mr. Marc Crespin), Pierrette (Mr. Guy Lambert), Denise (Mr. Julien Plamondon), Monique (Mr. Hugh Haliday), and Mrs. Yves Raymond Ahern. He also leaves behind 40 grandchildren.
La Revue De Terrebonne 10 February 1970
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Thomas E. Ahern, Sr.
A requiem Mass for Thomas E. Ahern, 80, of 65 Orchard st., Cambridge, will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. John's Church, Cambridge. Mr. Ahern, former Cambridge city assessor and a prominent real estate man, died Monday at New England Deaconess Hospital. He took control of his father's real estate business in 1922, and merged with Derwick and Flanders in 1950. He was an honorary life member of North Cambridge Knights of Columbus, a member of Cambridge Elks and a trustee of Cambridge Hospital. He was a trustee of the East Cambridge Savings Bank and was City Assessor from 1946 to 1954. Mr. Ahern enlisted in the Army in World War I and was discharged as a lieutenant. He leaves his wife, Nora (McLean); a son, Thomas E. Jr. of New Mexico; a daughter, Mary C. Ahern of New York and a sister, Mrs. Mary Donovan of Watertown. [see also: Dr. John J. Ahern, Jr., and Miss Katherine Ahern, Mary (Flanagan) Ahern]
The Boston Globe 18 May 1970
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Maurice V. Ahern
AHERN—In this city, Saturday, June 27, 1970. Brother Maurice V. Ahern of Fairfield University. Friends may attend a requiem high Mass on Tuesday, June 30, at 10:00 a.m. in Loyola Hall, Fairfield University. Interment in Weston College cemetery, Weston, Mass. Friends may call on Sunday and Monday after 3 p.m. in Bellarmine Hall, Fairfield University. Arrangements by Mullins and Redgate.
The Bridgeport Post 28 June 1970
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Joseph O'Hearn
GARDNER—Joseph O'Hearn, 84, formerly of 258 Main St., died Thursday in the Parker Hill Nursing Home. He was born in Gardner, a son of the late Patrick and Mary (Barry) O'Hearn, and was formerly employed by Gem Crib Industries before his retirement. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Carroll of Ashburnham, and Mrs. Mary Houlihan of Worcester, nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held Saturday from the Field Funeral Home with a high mass of requiem at 9 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church. Burial will be in St. John's Cemetery. Calling hours in the funeral home are 7 to 9 tonight.
Fitchburg Sentinel 21 August 1970
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Anne (Ahern) O'Connor
Anne Ahern O'Connor, beloved wife of the late John J.; loving mother of La-Verne K. Conroy and John O'Connor; dear sister of Mollie Anzilotti and the late Margaret Stella; fond grandmother of Jacquelyn Turner and Marilyn Conroy; four great-grandchildren. Funeral Thursday, 9:45 p.m., from Walter Quinlans Sons, 2122 W. 79th St., to Visitation Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. TR 4-7300. [see also: Catherine (McCarthy) Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 26 August 1970
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Ellen M. (Gallagher) Ahearn
Ellen M. Ahearn, nee Gallagher, late of 7929 S. Coles Av., beloved wife of the late William J. Ahearn; fond mother of Robert [Anna], Helen O'Brien, Vera Cullen, Kathleen, Donald [Mary Jo], the late Joseph and Cyril; dear grandmother of two; great-grandmother of one; sister of the late Patrick Gallagher. Native of County Mayo, Ireland. Member of Daughters of Isabelle, Circle No. 49, and Women's Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Lodge No. 4, and W. B. A. Circle, No. 211. Funeral Tuesday, 10 a.m., from the Brown Funeral Home, 2939 E. 95th St., to St. Bride's Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. SO 8-0155. [see also: Patrick J. Ahearn]
Chicago Tribune 31 August 1970
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Herbert L. Ahern
Herbert L. Ahern, 28 Beacon St., died Sep. 4 in Cambridge City Hospital after a short illness. He was 69 years old. Born in Cambridge, he lived in Somerville for more than 22 years. He was a retired meat cutter. He is survived by his wife, Ruth (Vigneau), and one son, Leonard P. Ahern. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem was celebrated Sep. 8 in St. Joseph's Church. Funeral was from the Rogers Funeral Home, Cambridge. Burial was in St. Paul's Cemetery, Arlington.
The Somerville Journal 10 September 1970
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John P. Aherne
AHERNE, John P., 92 husband of the late Anna D. Aherne (nee Bradley) died in Valley Forge Hospital, after a short illness. He is survived by his son, Rev. John R. Aherne OSA, his daughter, Mrs Jeanne H. Brady, with whom he had made his home since 1952, son-in-law John J. Brady, grandchildren Jeanne, Jack, Richard, Stephen, Edward and Maureen; also two daughters Sisters Consuelo Maria, SSJ and Jeanne Helene SSJ. His twin brother, Robert survives John. Funeral Mass at the church of St. Francis of Assisi, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1970. Viewing, Tuesday night at McGinnis' on Logan Street at Greene, across from the church.
Philadelphia Bulletin 13 September 1970
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Sister Marie Editha O'Hearn
SR. MARIE EDITHA, S.N.D. - 75 years, of Notre Dame Institute, 555 Plantation St., Worcester, died there Friday [Oct. 23, 1970]. She leaves 3 sisters, Sr. Mary Blanche, S.N.D., of Tyngsboro, Mrs. Alice Heider, Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. Marian Maloney, Hingham; a brother, Timothy O'Hearn, Newton. Funeral Tuesday at Notre Dame Institute Chapel, with a High Mass at 9:30. [see also: Mary (Madden) O'Hearn]
The Boston Globe October 1970
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Patrick Aherne
AHERNE, PATRICK.—On October 2nd, 1970, aged 69, of Hollywood, California. Beloved brother of Elana and Brian.
The Times [of London] 6 October 1970
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William L. Ahearn
William L. Ahearn, 83, of 4 Homer Sq., died at Somerville Hospital on Oct. 23, following an accident. A lifelong resident of Somerville, he had been a retired engineer. He was the husband of the late Elizabeth (Gilvoine) Ahearn; father of Barbara Sadler; brother of Joseph of Somerville and John of Swampscott. The funeral was held on Monday from the Anthony F. Cota & Son Funeral Home, followed by a requiem high Mass in St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in New Cavalry Cemetery, Boston.
The Somerville Journal 29 October 1970
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James J. Ahearn
ULYSSES, Pa. — James J. Ahearn, 67 of Brookland, Pa., died unexpectedly yesterday, (Dec, 14) at his home. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Rebecca Repperi) Ahearn. he was born June 5, 1903 in Costello, Pa. Mr. Ahearn was a retired highway worker. He is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Mary Whitney, Knoxville, Pa.l and Mrs. Kathern [sic] Clark, Brookland, Pa.; three brothers, Peter of Whitesville, John of RD Coudersport, and Michael of Brookland, Pa.

Friends may call 7-9 p.m. today and 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday (Dec, 16) at the Koch and Kear Funeral Home, Ulysses, Pa. where funeral services will be held Thursday (Dec, 17) at 1 p.m. Burial will be in the Fox Hill Cemetery, RD, Ulysses, Pa. [see also: Charles Daniel Ahearn]

Wellsville Daily Reporter 15 December 1970
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Susan L. (Corcoran) Ahern
Susan L. (Corcoran) Ahern, 81, of 16 Buckingham st., died Dec. 17 after a short illness. Formerly of East Cambridge she has been a resident here for about 15 years. She was the mother of Janet F. O'Brien and Joseph J. Ahern both of Somerville. The funeral was from the Francis H. Brown Funeral Home Saturday. A Mass of the resurrection at St. Joseph's Church followed. Interment was in St. Paul's Cemetery, Arlington.
The Somerville Journal 24 December 1970
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Bartholomew Ahern
Bartholomew Ahern, brother of James Jeremiah and the late Michael and Mary Whland. Visitation at the M. J. Suerth Funeral Home, 6754 Northwest Hwy., after 6 p.m. Saturday. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., to St. Eugene Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. 631-1240.
Chicago Tribune 3 January 1971
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Michael E. Ahern
Michael E. Ahern, 29, of 109 Dover st., Medford died yesterday at University Hospital in Boston. He was chief chemical technician for the Cardinal Cushing Hospital of Brockton and was formerly with the Boston University Medical Center and the South Shore Hospital. Mr. Ahern, a native of Medford, was educated at the Marionapolis School in Connecticut and Merrimack College. He was a member of the American Association of Blood Banks and the American Society of Medical Technicians. He leaves his wife, Mary A. (Luddy), a daughter, Michele A., and his mother, Mrs. Beatrice M. (Buss) Ahern-Mackay of Medford. A requiem high Mass will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church, Medford. Interment will be in the family lot in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford.
The Boston Globe 8 February 1971
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Catherine M. Ahearn
Mrs. Catherine M. Ahearn, 83, formerly of 37 Tredeau St., widow of Frank Ahearn, died yesterday (April 2, 1971) at a local convalescent home. Born in Boston, she had lived in Hartford for 20 years. She was a member of the Rosary Society of St. Luke's Church. She leaves a son, Robert of Toronto; a daughter Mrs. James Slattery of Wethersfield; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Calling hours: tomorrow 7-9, Fisette Funeral Home, 20 Sisson Ave. Funeral: Monday, 9:15, Funeral Home, 10, St. Luke's Church. Burial Mount St. Benedict Cemetery, Bloomfield. Memorial gifts: Northwest Catholic High School scholarship fund, West Hartford.
The Hartford Times 3 April 1971
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Percy G. Ahearn
Private funeral for Percy G. Ahearn of Kentfield was held today in San Rafael. Ahearn, 74, died yesterday at a local hospital following a lengthy illness. A native of California, he had lived in Kentfield since 1946 and was a member of Fairfax Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons. He is survived by his wife Teresa A. Ahearn; two sons, Paul who lives at home, and Christopher of San Rafael; one sister, Mary Teresa Mallory of Sausalito; and one brother, Harold Ahearn of San Rafael. [see also: Aileen Ahearn]

[A Death Notice in the same paper corrects the above to read one daughter, Mary Teresa Mallory. It adds that he was a native of Stockton, and called "Pat". Funeral services were held at Keaton's Mortuary on E street.]

Independant Journal 9 April 1971
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Florence Marie (Ahearn) Harte
Florence Harte, nee Ahearn, dear mother of Miles D., Bonnie [Ted] Popiewski, Terrance [Christina], Patrick and Colleen; dear grandmother of two; darling daughter of Emma Ahearn; fond sister of James, Marie McEnroe, Dolores Oboski and the late William. Funeral Thursday, 9 a.m., from Wm. C. Smith and Sons, Inc., 2500 N. Cicero Av., to St. Genevieve Church. Interment local. 237-8070. [see also: Dennis L. Ahearn]
Chicago Tribune 13 April 1971
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James T. O'Hern
James T. O'Hern, beloved husband of Viola [nee LeBold]; fond father of Patricia [Edward] Wyman and Lois [Donald] McGee; grandfather of Lenore Volanti, Maribeth Garafalo, Mark McGee, Christine Marie and Tammi Gelardi; brother of John, Cecelia Hasler; Catherine McPherson, David and the late Ellen Guccione. Funeral Friday, April 23, 8:45 a.m., from Kolssak Funeral Home, 4255-59 W. Division, corner of Kildare, to St. William Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Carmel. AL 2-3600.
Chicago Tribune 22 April 1971
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John W. Ahern
John W. Ahern, of 63 Webster Hill Boulevard, West Hartford, died Friday (April 2, 1971) at Hartford Hospital. Born in West Hartford, he lived here all his life and was a retired building contractor. He was a member of the U. S. Navy during W-W-I. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Susan Doherty Ahern of West Hartford; two daughters, Mrs. Edward T. Mitchell of East Falmouth, Mass.; and Mrs. Edward C. Fogarty of Agawam, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Joseph T. Reynolds of West Hartford; and four grandchildren. Calling hours: today 2-4, Molloy Funeral Home, 906 Farmington Ave. Funeral: Monday, 9:30 funeral home: 10, St. Mark the Evangelist Church, Mass of resurrection. Burial Mount St. Benedicts, Bloomfield.
The Hartford Times 4 April 1971
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Herbert L. Ahearn
CHELMSFORD—Herbert L. Ahearn of 194 Dalton Road, Chelmsford died Saturday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Manchester, N.H. Born in Lowell, the son of the late James Ahearn and the late Regina (Whalen) Ahearn, he was the husband of Rita F. (Boyle) Ahearn. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He has resided in Chelmsford most of his lifetime and was employed as a truck driver by the Dana Trucking Co. of Lowell. He was a communicant of St. Mary's Church and held membership in the Teamsters Union No. 49.

Surviving him besides his wife are eight daughters: Mrs. Seth (Joan) Jenkins of Exeter, N.H., Mrs. Robert (Mary Lou) Prescott of North Chelmsford, Mrs. James (Barbara) Gagnon of Chelmsford, Mrs. Richard (Regina) Ferbert of Lowell, Mrs. Larry (Gail) Botts of St. Joseph, Missouri, Mrs. Brian (Marie) Lessard of Lowell, Mrs. Paul (Patricia) Kinney of Lowell and Mrs. Joseph (Rita) DeVicentis of Nashua, N.H.; seven sons: James A. [sic] of Lowell and Frederick G., Herbert L., Edward, John T., Daniel and Bernard Ahearn, all of Chelmsford; a brother: Edward J. Ahearn of Lowell and 21 grandchildren.

The Lowell Sun 2 May 1971
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Herbert L. Ahearn
AHEARN¡In Manchester, N.H. May 1st, Herbert L. Ahearn husband of Rita F. (Boyle) Ahearn of 194 Dalton Road, Chelmsford. Funeral Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock from the Mahoney Funeral Home, 187 Nesmith St. (Rte. 38). Funeral high mass at 9 o'clock at St. Mary's church, Chelmsford. Burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Monday. Funeral Director John J. McNamee.
The Lowell Sun 2 May 1971
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Muriel Evelyn A'Hern
Muriel Evelyn A'Hern of La Grange, beloved wife of Francis, dear mother of Frances, Terry, Patrick, Richard, Karin, Kevin and Timothy; five grandchildren. Visitation 1 to 10 p.m. Tuesday at Hallowell & James Funeral Home, 1025 W. 55th St., La Grange. Services 10 a.m. Wednesday. Internment St. John's Cemetery. 352-6500
Chicago Tribune 18 May 1971
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Jeremiah "Miah" Ahern
AHERN (Cobh) — On May 22, 1971, at Cobh General Hospital, Jeremiah (Miah) Ahern, 8 Bishop Street, Cobh, son of the late Maurice and Nora Ahern. Deeply regretted by his sorrowing brother, sisters, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Requiem Mass on this (Monday) morning at 10 o'clock at St. Colman's Cathedral, Cobh. Funeral immediately afterwards to Old Church Cemetery.
The Cork Examiner 24 May 1971
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Dr. Robert W. O'Hearn
A Mass of the Resurrection will be sung Tuesday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church, Medford, for Robert W. O'Hearn, a Medford dentist for more than 40 years. Dr. O'Hearn, 69, of 159 Lincoln rd., died Friday night at Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a short illness. He attended Everett High school and graduated from Tufts College and then Harvard Dental School. He lived in Medford 43 years. Dr. O'Hearn was a member of Medford Knights of Columbus, American Legion, Elks and Malden Kiwanis Club. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. He leaves his wife, Agnes M. (Brophy); a son, James W. of Rhode Island; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Ann D'Ambrosio; two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Gallant of Everett and Mrs. Helen Hyland of Cambridge; a brother, John, of Belmont and six grandchildren. [see also: Dr. Edward L. O'Hearn]
The Boston Globe 13 June 1971
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Arthur A. Ahern
Arthur A. Ahern, suddenly, beloved son of the late Owen J. and Anna Stein Ahern; devoted brother of Margaret Field and Anna May [Babe] Ahern, the late Frank and Owen J. Ahern; fond uncle of James O. and Robert E. Field and Margie Fennell. Visitation after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to Christ the King Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Member of B. P. O. E. lodge No. 4, and Daily Free Golf Association. ST 3-7700. [see also: Walter T. Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 8 September 1971
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Catherine M. (Ahearn) Sipes
Catherine M. Sipes, nee Ahearn, beloved wife of Robert T.; loving mother of Robert [Carolyn], James and Daniel; grandmother of Kevin, Sheila and Colleen; dear sister of Nora Brown, Mary McNeal, Veronica Ahearn and the late Thomas. No visitation. Requiem mass at St. Germaine's Church, 98th and Kildare, Oak Lawn, 9:30 a.m. Saturday Oct. 9.
Chicago Tribune 7 October 1971
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Margaret J. (Finn) Ahearn
Mrs. Margaret J. Ahearn of Somerville, wife of former Somerville chief assessor Maurice F. Ahearn, died yesterday in Marlboro. Mrs. Ahearn was a director of the Somerville Visiting Nurses Assn. She leaves, in addition to her husband, two sons, Morris Jr. of North Reading, and Dr. John Paul Ahearn of Marlboro; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. A funeral mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's Church in Somerville.
The Boston Globe 25 October 1971
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Nancy (Ahern) Taylor
Tampa Fla. Services will be held in Christ the King Church here Monday for Mrs. Joseph W. Taylor Jr., (Formerly Nancy Ahern) a one-time resident of Dorchester. Mrs. Taylor died here after a brief illness Wednesday. She was 50. Born in Dorchester, the daughter of Mrs. John Ahern and the late Dr. John F. Ahern, Mrs. Taylor had graduated from the Jeanne d'Arc Academy in Milton and the Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart. She moved to Tampa 28 years ago. Besides her mother she leaves her husband Dr. Joseph W. Taylor Jr., five daughters, Mrs. Frank Frankland, Mrs. Thomas Rao, and Janet, Katherine and Nora Taylor, all of Tampa, and two sons, Joseph W. Taylor III and Sean Taylor, both also of Tampa. She also leaves six brothers, John of Belmont, Taylor of Quincy, Frederick of Tampa, Michael of Hanover and Philip and Joseph Ahern of Boston.
— Unknown Paper, November 1971
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George O'Hern
George O'Hern, beloved husband of Ruth, nee Mulcahy; brother of Edith Wilder; uncle of Maureen Littlefield Ehrlich. Visitation begins Monday, at 7 p.m., Barr Funeral Home, 6222 N. Broadway, until the funeral, Wednesday, 9:15 a.m., to Our Lady of Mercy Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Member of International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 556. Please omit flowers. SH 3-4034.
Chicago Tribune 8 November 1971
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John Joseph "Goke" Ahern
Ahern, John Joseph "Goke" At Civic Hospital, Peterborough Sunday December 5th, 1971. John Joseph "Goke" Ahern of 497 King Street. Beloved husband of the late Mary Lynch. Dear father of Mrs. Robert Sutherland (Catherine) of Peterborough. Also survived by two grandchildren and brother of Mrs. William Oxley (Tess) of Peterbourough. The late Mr Ahern is resting at the Lane Funeral Home 243 Hunter Street West. Funeral to St. Peter's Cathedral on Wednesday Dec. 8th for funeral mass at 11:00 a.m. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery. Parish prayers at the funeral home Tuesday at 8 p.m. [see also: George Ahern]
Peterborough Examiner 6 December 1971
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Maurice F. Ahearn
Maurice F. Ahearn, 91, chairman of the Board of Assessors of the City of Somerville from 1930 to 1951 died yesterday in Marlboro. Active in Massachusetts and Middlesex County Association of Assessors, he served as Somerville Alderman from 1915 to 1918, and was a member of the board of the Somerville Savings Bank. Mr. Ahearn was vice president of the W. B. Hastings Insurance Agency of Cambridge.

He leaves two sons, Maurice F. Jr. of North Reading; Dr. John Paul Ahearn of Marlboro and a sister, Catherine T. Ahearn of Somerville. Funeral will be conducted from the Flaherty Funeral Home in Somerville Monday with a funeral mass at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph's Church. [see also: John L. Ahearn]
The Boston Globe 18 December 1971
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Maurice F. Ahearn
Maurice F. Ahearn, an active figure in Somerville politics for many years and a former 80-year resident of 36 Boston Ave., died December 17 in a Marlboro nursing home at the age of 91. Mr. Ahearn served on the Somerville Board of Assessors from 1930 to 1951, part of which time was spent as chairman. He also served as a ward alderman from 1915 to 1918 and was a three-time delegate to the Democratic National Convention. He was a vice-president of the W. B. Hastings Insurance Agency of Cambridge and a member of the board and a corporator of the Somerville Savings Bank. The husband of the late Margaret J. (Finn) Ahearn, he leaves two sons, Maurice F. Jr. of North Reading and Dr. John Paul Ahearn of Marlboro, and one sister, Catherine T. Ahearn of Somerville. A funeral was held from the Flaherty Funeral Home, followed by a funeral Mass at St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery in Malden. [see also: John L. Ahearn]
The Somerville Journal 23 December 1971
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Daniel P. Ahern
Daniel P. Ahern, 76, of 1 Pearl St. died Dec. 19 after a long illness. A life-long resident of Somerville, he was a retired member of the teamsters union of transportation and business. Mr. Ahern was the son of the late Daniel and Margaret Ahern and is survived by two sisters, Lillian Baird and Olive Clough, both of Somerville. A funeral was held from the A. A. Duncan Funeral Home, followed by a funeral Mass in St. Benedict's Church. Interment was at the Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford.
The Somerville Journal 30 December 1971
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Mary (Murphy) Ahern
Services for Mrs. Mary Murphy Ahern 91 of 1178 Elm Street, Stratford. Widow of Patrick J. Ahern Sr. who died yesterday in her home, will take place Thursday at 8 a.m. in the Wm. R. McDonald Funeral Home Main st. Stratford, and at 9:00 a.m. in St. James Church Stratford, with Mass of Resurrection. Burial in St. Michaels Cemetery. Born in Ballyagran, County Limerick Ireland in 1881, Mrs. Ahern resided in this area for the last 72 years. Survivors are 4 sons Martin J. Ahern Bridgeport, John Ahern and Patrick J. Ahern Jr. both of Stratford and James P. Ahern of Albany, N.Y. 4 Daughters Mrs. May Ahern Haverlock of Orono Maine, Mrs. Ellen Ahern Armstrong and Mrs. Margaret Ahern Wiggins both of Stratford and Mrs. Sarah Ahern Brooks of Fairfield, Ct. She was also predeceased by 1 Son Edward. She also leaves 13 grandchildren.14 great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Bridgeport Telegram 4 January 1972
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Anna C. (Ahern) O'Hearn
Anna C. (Ahern) O'Hearn, 76, of 30 Paulina St. died Jan 7. She was the widow of John F. and mother of John J. of Tewksbury and Charles E. O'Hearn of Woburn. She was also the sister of Marguerite Reynolds of Somerville. A funeral from the George L. Doherty Funeral Home Monday was followed by a mass in St. Clement's Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.
The Somerville Journal 13 January 1972
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Elizabeth O'Hern
Elizabeth O'Hern, beloved cousin of Margaret Tuohy. Masses preferred. Member of Altar & Rosary Society. Funeral Monday, Jan. 17, 10:30 a.m., in St. Catherine of Siena Church. Mass of the Resurrection 11 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visitation at Smith Funeral Home, 245 Madison St., Oak Park, Sunday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Chicago Tribune 16 January 1972
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Marian Rita (O'Hearn) Maloney
MALONEY — Marian R. (O'Hearn), suddenly in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., of 58 Franklin st., South Braintree, formerly of Chestnut Hill, Brookline, Feb. 4, wife of the late Euguene C. Maloney, mother of Mrs. Mary A. D'Entremont-Bihl of the home address, Mrs. Catherine A. Matthews of Long Island, N.Y., Joseph E. Maloney of Fla., and the late Frederick W. Maloney, sister of Sister Mary Blanche S.N.D. of Notre Dame Institute, Worcester, Mrs. Alice Heider of Fla., Timothy O'Hearn of Newton, and the late Sister Marie Edetha S.N.D., and the late Helen R. O'Hearn. Funeral from the Leo J. McMaster and Son Funeral Home, 86 Franklin st., Braintree (Rte. #37), Monday, Feb. 7 at 9 a.m. Followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Francis Assisi Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to visit, Saturday 7-9, Sunday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. [see also: Mary (Madden) O'Hearn]
The Boston Globe 5 February 1972
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Albert James Ahern
Albert James Ahern, 77, 2849 Trinidad Way, Tropic Isles, Palmetto, died Saturday in Manatee Memorial Hospital. Born in Oswego, N. Y., he moved to this area from St. Petersburg in 1960. He was retired from Eastman Kodak Co., was a member of the Holy Cross Catholic Church of Palmetto, VFW Post 9869, Palmetto, and a veteran of World War I.

He leaves his widow, Mollie Ahern; a son, Patrick H. Ahern of Fairport, N. Y.; two sisters, Edith Hyland of East Rochester, N. Y.; and Marion McEachern of Lockport, N. Y.; and three grandchildren. Burial will be in Fairport, N. Y. Lewers and Shannon Funeral Home, Palmetto is handling arrangements.

Sarasota Herald-Tribune 7 February 1972
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Margaret (Cahill) O'Hearn
O'Hearn. Margaret O'Hearn (nee Cahill), wife of the late William, mother of William and John O'Hearn, grandmother and great-grandmother, daughter of the late Mary and Charles Cahill, passed away Feb. 15 in California, where services and interment will be held.
Cleveland Press 17 February 1972
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Ruby "Imogene" O'Hearn
O'Hearn, Ruby, 45 died 23 Feb 1972. Survivors; husband, John Gilbert; sons Johnny, Daniel, Richard; daughter, Ruby Deeds; mother, & stepfather, Mr. & Mrs. Seth Yochum; sisters, Kay Farhner, Jackie Kuykendall, Delpha Anglin.
Bixby Bulletin February 1972
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Victor Lawrence Ahearn
AHEARN, Victor Lawrence. — May 3, 1972, at hospital, of 47 Lenton Parade, Waterloo, dearly loved father of Brian and Lawrence, beloved son of Violet Ahearn, loved brother of Sidney, aged 62 years. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 4 May 1972
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John Harold Ahearn
AHEARN, John Harold Ahearn. — May 29, 1972, at a Private Hospital, of 41 Eurobin Avenue, Manly, beloved husband of Mary Ahearn, dearly loved father of Margaret (Mrs. L. Smith), and loved brother of Gladys Ahearn and Ronald and Greg Ahearn (both deceased). May he rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 30 May 1972
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Joseph A. Ahern
Services will be held tomorrow at 9 a.m. in St. Bernards's Church, West Newton for Joseph A. Ahern, 79, of 138 Forest av., West Newton who died yesterday after a brief illness. A 1915 graduate of Harvard College and Dental School, Dr. Ahern practiced dentistry on Bay State road, Back Bay, for 50 years after leaving the army in 1918 as a captain. A member of the Harvard Club for more than 50 years, he was a member of the Senior Society of Harvard Dental School and the Charles River Country Club and was a life member of both the American and Massachusetts Dental Societies. He leaves his wife, Gertrude (Fahey); a stepson, Edward H. Mahoney of Brewster, N.Y.; and a brother, Robert M. of Belmont. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery, Medford. [see also: Josephine M. (Regan) Ahern]
The Boston Globe 5 June 1972
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Marie C. (Powers) O'Hern
Marie C. O'Hern, nee Powers, beloved wife of Joseph E. O'Hern; fond mother of Mary Joan [Stephen] Tamborski; dear grandmother of Paul and Nellmarie Sloane. Funeral Monday, July 31, 9:30 a.m. from Lain and Son Chapel, 1035 N. Dearborn St. to Holy Name Cathedral. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivette. Visitation after 4 p.m. Saturday. 337-3036.
Chicago Tribune 29 July 1972
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George Washington Ahern
Ahern: (Quarry House, Ross) — Aug. 10, 1972, at Our Lady's Hospital, Navan. George W. Ahern; deeply regretted by his loving wife, Jean, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, relatives and friends. Rest in peace. Funeral from St. Bridgid's Church, Mountnugent, to-morrow (Saturday) after 11 o'c. Mass to Ballinacree Cemetery.
Irish Times August 1972
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Late Mr. G. W. Ahern, Mountnugent
Widespread regret has been occasioned by the death of Mr. George Washington Ahern, Quarry House, Ross, Mountnugent, which sad event occurred in Our Lady's Hospital Navan, after a lengthy illness. Aged 76, deceased was a captain in the Sixth Leinster Regiment of the British Army at the age of 21. He was wounded in action at Salonica in France during the first world war. On returning home he drilled the Irish Volunteers in Cavan and later became a captain in the Irish Army. He was District Leader of Kells units of the L.D.F. for a number of years. He was son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ahern, Ross Quarries, Mountnugent. A talented footballer, he was a battalion champion boxer in the British Army. He also took a keen interest in greyhound racing and was a member of the Ballymacad Hunt. He was brother of the late Mr. W. W. T. Ahern, the noted athlete who was holder of the Meath mile and half-mile titles for a number of years. Another brother, the late Commdt. Fred Ahern, was a former O/C of the Irish Equitation School at McKee Barracks, Dublin. A son, Joseph, was a leading National Hunt jockey in Ireland and England.

He is survived by his widow, Jean, England; Messrs. Joseph Ahern, Oxfordshire, and William Ahern, Philippines (sons); Mrs. Cynthia Gardener, Gloucestershire, and Mrs. Anne Brooks, Leamington Spa (daughters); Messrs. Leo Ahern, Ross Mountnugent, and Richard Ahern, Madrid (brothers); Mrs. Jane Wall, Dublin, Mrs. Anne W. Getty, New York, Mrs. May Leech, Academy St., Navan, and Mrs. Geraldine O'Connor, Dublin (sisters). To them, as to the other relatives, sympathy is extended in their sad bereavement.

There was a large and representative attendance at the funeral which took place from St. Brigid's Church, Mountnugent, to Ballinacree Cemetery. Rev. M. Wall, C.C., Moon, Co. Kildare, officiated at the graveside.

Irish Times August 1972
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Rev. Liguori O'Hearn
O'HEARN (Rev. Brother Liguori). — August 7, 1972, at hospital, and late of St. Joseph's College, Hunters Hill, dear brother of Mrs. Verlie White, formerly of Maitland, Auburn O'Hearn of Maitland and Mary Pickering of Newcastle, and fond uncle of Mrs. A. J. Murphy (Swan Hill), Carmelle (Mona Vale), Mrs. J. Morris (Waratah), Marie (deceased), Frank (Drummoyne), Maureen (Mona Vale), Mrs. Paul Kildea (Canberra), Brian (deceased), Therry (Grafton) and Peter (Merrylands), aged 84 years. Requiescat in pace.
Sydney Morning Herald 8 August 1972
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Frank D. Ahern
Frank D. Ahern, 48 Beacon st., a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 109, died Oct. 23. He was the husband of the late Christine G. (Cullen) Ahern, and is survived by children Elizabeth G., John W., Beatrice M. and Francis Ahern, all of Arlington; Francis Ahern of Brockton; Christine G. McManus and Mary M. Lanigan of Arlington; and Louise Caisse of Salem; brothers and sisters, Joseph W., Anne A. and Beatrice M. Ahern. The funeral was held Friday from D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home with funeral mass celebrated in St. Agnes' Church.
The Arlington Advocate 2 November 1972
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Raymond Milton Ahearn
AHEARN, Raymond Milton. — November 18, 1972, suddenly, late of 28 Boulton Street, Guildford, dearly loved husband of Margaret, loved father of Brian, David, Peter and Wendy, loved son of David Lawson Ahearn, and brother of Carlisle and Alsla.

FUNERALS
AHEARN. — The relatives and friends of the late RAYMOND MILTON AHEARN, are invited to attend his funeral, to leave St. Mary's Church of England, Guildford Road, Guildford, tomorrow (Wednesday), after service commencing at 10 a.m., for Rookwood crematorium.
METCALF & MORRIS PTY. LTD. A.F.D.A.
93 George St. Paramatta,
635 8399

AHEARN. — Lodge Holroyd No, 750 U.G.L. of N.S.W. The officers and brethren of the above Lodge are respecfully requested to attend the funeral of their late Bro. RAYMOND MILTON AHEARN. Regalia. For funeral particulars see family notice.
J. RATCLIFFE, W.M.
I. TRAVERS, Sec.
Sydney Morning Herald 21 November 1972
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Raymond Milton Ahearn
AHEARN, Raymond Milton. — November 18, 1972, at hospital, of 28 Boulton Street, Guildford, beloved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. M. Williams and brother-in-law of Beth and Sam, Sylvia, Herb, Elaine, John, Jim and Paul, Sandra and Jess and their families. Sadly missed.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 November 1972
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Isabel V. "Bella" Ahern
AHERN—Bella V., on Feb 13th, 1972. Dear sister of Caroline and the late Mrs. Henry Benson Donahue and Mrs. Henry Jules Laurencot. Reposing Gallagher Funeral Home, Manhasset. Mass of the Resurrection Wed., 11:15 AM, St. Anastasia's RC Church, Douglaston. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Brooklyn, NY. [see also: Edward P. Ahern]
New York Times 14 February 1972
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Bertie Ahearn
AHEARN, Bertie. — December 17, 1972 (suddenly), of 189 Derby Street, Penrith, dearly beloved husband of Doreen and father-in-law of Roy Millen, grandfather of Frances and Robert (deceased), aged 80 years. For funeral announcement see Tuesday's "Herald."
Sydney Morning Herald 18 December 1972
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May Louise Ahern
AHERN, May Louise. — December 23, 1972, at hospital, of Richard Street, Penrith, dearly beloved wife of the late James, beloved mother and mother-in-law of Beryl and Roy Charles (Yenda), fond grandmother of Gregory, Vivian and Michael. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 26 December 1972
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Elinor Louise Ahern
Elinor Louise Ahern, 57, of 388 Thirty-first street SE, widow of George Ahern, died Thursday in a Cedar Rapids hospital following a brief illness. Born July 16, 1915, at Minneapolis, she had been a resident of Cedar Rapids 21 years. She was a saleswoman with Yuill and Co. She was a former fashion editor at the Minneapolis Star-Tribune and women's editor at the Gazette. Mrs. Ahern was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran church, formerly publicity chairman for the Red Cross, a member of Delta Zeta sorority, a member of Chapter GM of PEO, and a graduate of the University of Minnesota. Surviving is a son, William Ahern, Cedar Rapids.

Services: Welander - Quist chapel in Edina, Minn., at 1 p.m. Monday by the Rev. Gordon Bergin. Burial: Fort Snelling National cemetery. Friends may call at Turner chapel east until noon Saturday.

Cedar Rapids Gazette 5 January 1973
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Mary Hilda Ahern
AHERN, Mary Hilda. — January 18, 1973, at her residence, 42 Eurobin Avenue, Manly, dearly loved wife of the late John Ahearn, loving mother of Margaret (Mrs. L. J. Smith), fond mother-in-law of Leslie, and dearg grandmother of Kym and Damien. May she rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 January 1973
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Winifred A. (Geenty) O'Hern
Winifred A. O'Hern, nee Geenty, beloved wife of John J.; loving mother of John P. [Margaret] and Donald J. [Patricia]; fond grandmother of five; dear sister of the late Annie Cogley, James, Mary Clark, Dan, Edward and Rose Kovacic. Funeral Monday, Feb. 5 at 9:30 a.m. from Koissak Funeral Home, 4255-59 W. Division St,. corner of Kildare, to Our Help of Christian Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph. Please omit flowers. 252-3600.
Chicago Tribune 4 February 1973
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William Anthony Ahern
AHERN, William Anthony. — February 21, 1973, at St. Vincent's Hospital, late of 35 Arthur Street, Stratfield West, dearly loved husband of Ethel. loving father of Michael (deceased) and Peter, dear father-in-law of Judith and loving grandfather of Elizabeth. In God's care.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 February 1973
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Edith O. (O'Hern) Wilder
Edith O. Wilder [nee O'Hern] of Evanston, beloved wife of the late Chester N. Wilder; fond mother of Leonor and Jane [William T.] Prindiville; grandmother of three. Funeral Monday, 10:30 a.m., from Fitzgerald & Franklin Funeral Home, 1571 Maple av., Evanston, to St. Athanasius Church, mass 11 a.m. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation 3-10 p.m., Sunday. UN 9-2900. [see also: George O'Hern]
Chicago Tribune 11 March 1973
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Doris Lenore Ahearn
AHEARN, Doris Lenore, — March 10, 1973, of 189 Derby Street, Penrith, beloved wife of the late Bertie Ahearn, and loved mother of Doreen. Aged 80 years. Privately cremated March 12, 1973.
Sydney Morning Herald 14 March 1973
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Cecilia M. (Sullivan) O'Hearn
Cecilia M. (Sullivan) O'Hearn, 69, of 48 Raymond St., died Apr. 3 at the Mass. General Hospital following a brief illness. She lived in the City for 10 years. She was the wife of the late James J. O'Hearn and mother of William F. O'Hearn of Somerville. She was the sister of John T. Sullivan of Arlington, Loretta Colby of Waltham and William F. Sullivan of Somerville. A funeral from the John J. Donahue and Son Home was followed by a mass at the Immaculate Conception Church. Burial was at the Cambridge Cemetery.
The Somerville Journal 12 April 1973
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Arthur Francis Ahern
Arthur F. Ahern, of Riverdale, Ill., senior at University of Illinois, Champaign, Ill., beloved son of Richard C., Sr., and Beatrice; beloved brother of Richard, Jr. [Barbara], Margaret [David] Sullivan of Lubbock, Tex., and Alice [James] Watson. Visitation at Community Mortuary, 14338 Indiana Av., Riverdale, Ill., after 7:00 p.m. Sunday. Funeral Tuesday, 9:00 a.m., to Queen of Apostles Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 849-5500.
Chicago Tribune 16 April 1973
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William Clyde Ahern
William ahern died at mercy Center Aurora Ill. He was buried in st James Catholic Cemetery Rockford, Ill. He was precedeed in death by his wife Bernice Ahern.
Beacon News August 1973
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Francis W. Aherne
Funeral services will be held today for Francis W. Aherne who died August 26. He was a retired engineer with the Mass. Dept. of Public Works. Mr. Aherne is survived by his wife, Mrs. Amy J. (Perham) Aherne; brother, Raymond J. Aherne of Newton Lower Falls; sister, Mary E. Friberg of Boston; nieces and nephews Joan Friberg, Jean Hatch, Maureen Loukas, Richard and Robert Aherne. The funeral will be from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home, 226 Mass. ave., at 8 a.m. Funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Jerome's Church at 9 a.m.
Arlington Advocate 30 August 1973
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Mrs. Josephine A. (Connolly) Ahern
Mrs. Josephine A. (Connolly) Ahern of Arlington, a Gold Star mother, died Aug. 31. She was the wife of the late Charles F. Ahern; mother of Thomas Ahern of New Jersey, Charles Ahern of Arlington, Ruth Shannon of New York, and the late Robert Ahern; and sister of Stephen Connolly of Arlington, Margaret Daly of New York, and the late Thomas Connolly and Mary Connolly. A funeral mass was said Tuesday in St. Camillus' Church. Arrangements were made by the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home.
Arlington Advocate 6 September 1973
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Thomas F. Ahern
Ahern. Thomas F. Ahern, age 76, of East lake, beloved husband of Florence dear brother of Mrs. Oscar (Laura Deah) and Mary Richter. A retired Elwell Parker Electric Co. employee. Services 12 Noon Friday at St. William Church, E. 260 St., Euclid O. Friends may call at The Brunner Funeral Home, 8466 Mentor Ave. (Rt. 20), Mentor. 2-4 And 7-9 P.M. Thursday. [see also: Mary T. Ahern]
Cleveland Press 3 October 1973
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Augusta M. (Simonis) Ahearn
Mrs. William G. Ahearn, 90, of 1515-19th St., Two Rivers, a member of a pioneer Two Rivers family, died early Saturday morning at Two Rivers Hospital. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at Deja and Martin Funeral Chapels, Two Rivers, and at 10 a.m. at St. Luke Catholic Church, the Rev. Robert Rhymer officiating. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Two Rivers.

Mrs. Ahearn, nee Augusta Simonis, was born April 27, 1883, at Two Rivers, daughter of the late J.N. and Catherine Petri Simonis. She was married June 10, 1910, at Two Rivers, to William G. Ahearn. He preceded her in death April 29, 1954. She was a charter member of Catholic Women's Club, Ladies of St. Luke and the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary. Surviving are two daughters, Miss Kathryn of Two Rivers, and Mrs. James (Mary Jeanne) Diamond of Chicago; four sons, George, William and John of Two Rivers, and Francis Ahearn of Beaver Dam; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Becker and Mrs. Peter Karl of Two Rivers; 22 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home where memorial services will be at 7:30 p.m.

Herald Times Reporter 15 December 1973
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Nellie (Ahearne) Butler
Nellie A. Butler, nee Ahearne, beloved wife of the late William; loving mother of John V. Butler and Mary Voris; fond grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of six; dear sister of Ann Ryan and a brother and sister in County Waterford, Ireland. Funeral Wednesday, 10 a.m., from O'Donnell-Bartz Funeral Home, 1811 W. 103d St., to St. Margaret to Scotland Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary. 238-2245.
Chicago Tribune 5 February 1974
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Violet Rose Ahearn
AHEARN, Violet Rose. — March 24, 1974, late of Waterloo, loved wife of the late Albert Ahearn, loved mother of Donald (deceased), Victor (deceased) and Sydney, love mother-in-law of Mary and dear grandmother and great-grandmother of their families, loved sister of George. For funeral particulars watch these columns.
Sydney Morning Herald 25 March 1974
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James Patrick O'Hearn
O'HEARN, James Patrick. — April 26, 1974 (suddenly), at his residence, 10 Stafford Street, Double Bay, dearly beloved husband of Alice, dear father of Fay, Joan, Diane and James.
O'HEARN, James Patrick. — April 26, 1974 at Double Bay, beloved Da of Carol, Tom, Gayle, Karen, Kevin, Linda, Kym, Rhonda, Leanne, Jamie, Angela, Alysia, Jarrod, and Suzanne.
Sydney Morning Herald 29 April 1974
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Goldie Ahearn
Olney, Md., May 11(UPI) — Goldie Ahearn, a well-known sports promoter, died today at the age of 75 of a heart attack. Mr. Ahearn changed his name of Isidore Goldstein to Ahearn after his parents had objected to his boxing professionally under his family name. He won the American Expeditionary Force's 126-pound boxing title while serving overseas during World War I. He retired from professional boxing after a bout with Al Foreman in 1926. In 1935, Mr. Ahearn became the first licensed promoter when boxing was legalized in the District of Columbia. He staged the first legalized boxing show in Washington.
New York Times 12 May 1974
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Myrtle (Mills) O'Hearn
O'Hearn. Myrtle O'Hearn (nee Mills), wife of the late John F., beloved mother of Dorothy Long, Fern Buncher and Edward Richwein, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother. Funeral Monday, May 10, at The Claus Funeral Home, 11290 Miles Ave., at 1:30 p.m. Visiting 2-5 And 7-9 P.M. Sunday.
Cleveland Plain Dealer 19 May 1974
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Edna F. (Charbonnier) Ahearn
A funeral Mass wil be said tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Our Lady of the Presentation Church, Brighton, for Mrs. Edna F. (Charbonnier) Ahearn, 73, who died Thursday at her home, 69 Hobart st., Brighton. She was born in Boston and had lived many years in Brighton. Mrs. Ahearn was a past president of the Ladies Auxiliary, Allston Post 669, VFW. She leaves her husband, William R. Ahearn; a son, William R. Ahearn, Jr. of Natick; three daughters, Mrs. Diane Friere of New Hampshire and Audrey and Edna Ahearn, both of Brighton; four brothers, Phillip of Everett, Jules of Southboro and August and Paul Charbonnier, both of Newton; a sister, Mrs. Rita Gannon of Brighton, and seven grandchildren.
The Boston Globe 23 June 1974
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Catherine A. (Donlan) Ahearn
Catherine A. Ahearn, nee Donlan, dear sister of Bessie Green, Michael (Genevieve), the late Andrew, James, Thomas, Anthony, Daniel, Martin, Patrick, Delia Madden, Jennie, Anne Madden, Mary Frawley and Nora; fond aunt of Rev. Thomas Donlan, O.P., Rev. James Donlan and the Rev. John Frawley. At Williams-Kampp Funeral Home, 12 Lake St., Oak Park. Visitation Wednesday 4 to 10 p.m. Funeral Thursday, 12:30 a.m. to Ascension Church. Mass 1 p.m. Interment Mount Olivet. 848-8787.
Chicago Tribune 10 July 1974
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Father Eugene J. Ahern, S.J.
On July 14, 1974, Father Eugene J. Ahern, S.J. beloved son of Mary and the late Eugene J. Ahern and devoted brother of Mrs. Doris Riddle of Severa Park, Md., Mrs. Florence Carboy and Mrs. Mary Walsh of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Friends may call at faculty residence of Loyola College on Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m. Christian Wake prayers will be recited on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Wednesday at 11 a.m. in the Memorial Chapel of Loyola College. Interment in Woodstock College Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. Memorials may be directed to Jesuit Mission Fund, 21 South Calvert Street or Maryland Kidney Foundation, 809 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, Md. 21201.
Baltimore Sun 16 July 1974
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Richard James Ahern
Ahern, Richard James of 2100 Claremont St., Montreal at the Queen Elizabeth hospital on the 7th of August 1974. Born 1895 in New York, father Thomas, mother Julia A. (Hussey). Beloved husband of Jessie (Jacques), father of Carl and Michael. Buried on the 10th of August in family plot, Cote Des Neige cemetery, Montreal. Rest in peace.
Montreal Gazette 9 August 1974
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Theresa "Tess" (Ahern) Oxley
Mrs. Tess Ahern Oxley at Civic Hospital Peterborough Tuesday Sep. 3, 1974. Tess Ahern of 448 George St. wife of the late William Oxley. Also predeceased by one sister and four brothers. Resting at Duffus Funeral Home 431 George St. Funeral Thursday to Sacred Heart Church for funeral Mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment St. Peter's Cemetery. [see also: George Ahern, David Ahern]
Peterborough Examiner 4 September 1974
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Sydney Charles "Gus" Ahearn
AHEARN, Sydney Charles "Gus". — November 8, 1974, at hospital, late of Redfern, beloved husband of Mary Ahearn, loved father and father-in-law of Leslie and Marie, Barbara and Sid, dear granddad of Marianne, Steven and Bronwyn, loving poppy of Matthew, aged 63 years. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 11 November 1974
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John Matthew Ahern
AHERN, John Matthew. — December 2, at Tuncurry, formerly Casula, husband of Grace (deceased), dear father and father-in-law of Kath and John Cooke, Nattal, Marie and John Davies, Tuncurry, John (deceased), Doreen (deceased), and Jack Marshall, grendfather of John and Jan Davies, Les Marshall, Guy and Brian Ahern, great- grandfather of Karyn Davies. He was the last surviving child of the late John and Margaret Ahern, Cross Roads, Liverpool, aged 89 years. Rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 4 December 1974
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Hanorah Lily Ahern
AHERN, Hanorah Lily. — December 21, 1974, of Punchbowl, loved daughter of the late Michael and Anne Ahern, dear sister of May, Delia and Michael (all deceased) and dear sister-in-law of Alice. May she rest in peace. For funeral arrangements see Tuesday's Herald.
AHERN, Hanorah Lily. — December 21, 1974, loved aunt of Gerald, Dorothy and Michael. May she rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 23 December 1974
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Maude H. (Tolly) O'Hern
Maude H. O'Hern, Jan 6, 1975, wife of the late Harry E. O'Hern; Sister of the late Rose Levy, Irene Blackman, Nellie Rush, Chester and Eugene Tolly; aunt of Selma Cloud, Carol Peters, Robert Tolly, Walter and Donald Blackman. At Lain and Son Chapel, 2121 W. 95th St., where services will be held Wednesday, Jan 8, at 1 p.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre. 50 Year member of White City Rebekah Lodge, No. 587 and 42 year member and past president of Woodlawn Unit, No. 175, A.L. Aux. 238-2182.
Chicago Tribune 7 January 1975
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Bernice E. (Ahearn) Wood
Bernice E. Wood, nee Ahearn, of Wheaton, beloved wife of Thomas A.; dear mother of Veronica, Thomas J., Philip S. (Donna), Mary (Harry) Palma, Madonna (Larry) Balsamo, Joseph and Frederick; grandmother of four; sister of John Ahearn. Friends may call at Hanerhoff Funeral Home, 304 N. Main, Wheaton, Friday, after 2 p.m. Mass Saturday, Jan. 11, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Michael's Catholic Church. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery. 668-0027. [see also: Elizabeth Ahearn]
Chicago Tribune 10 January 1975
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Catherine (Ahearn) Dohrman
Catherine Ahearn, of Front River Rd., Neville Island, on Saturday, Jan. 18, 1975, wife of the late William F. Dohrman, mother of Willis Dohrman, Dorothy B. Lewis, and Patricia A Sibeck; also survived by four grandchildren. Family will receive friends 2-4 and 7-9 at the Coraopolis Funeral Home of R. D. Copeland, 867 5th Ave. Funeral Mass in St. Joseph's Church on Tuesday at 11:15 a. m. If desired contributions to The Coronary Care Unit of Valley Ambulance Auth. in his name will be appreciated.
Pittsburgh Press 20 January 1975
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Eunice Hodgkins (Poland) O'Hearn
Eunice Hodgkins (Poland) O'Hearn, 94, of 861 Washington St., widow of Martin O'Hearn, died last night at the Cape Ann Nursing Home after a lengthy illness. Mrs. O'Hearn was born here on Jan. 30, 1881, daughter of Capt. William Howard Poland and Emily Center (Pulsifer) Poland. Her father was master of the stone sloop Albert Baldwin. Mrs. O'Hearn's chief interests were church, lodges and family. She was a member of the Annisquam Village Church, the Village Hall Association, and the Annisquam Sewing Bee. She was active in the affairs of the community, being a familiar figure at the annual village fairs. As a Pythian sister, she was associated with the former lodge in Lanesville, where she served as most excellent chief and later as an honorary member of the Hermion Temple. She was also a member of the Massachusetts Past Chiefs' Association, Seashore Rebekah Lodge and Gloucester Woman's Club. In her youth she studied painting with the well-known marine painer [sic] Parker Perkins, and more recently exhibited her early paintings at the Annisquam Art Gallery. She is survived by a son, W. Elliot O'Hearn of Bevery; a daughter M. Eleanor Curtis, wife of Howard A. Curtis; a granddaughter, Carol E. Hubbard, wife of Jay H. Hubbard of Manchester; two great-grandchildren; five nephews, two nieces; many grandnieces and grandnephews. Her funeral will be in the Annisquam Village Church tomorrow at 2 p.m. At the request of her family there will be no visiting hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Annisquam Village Church Memorial Fund. The Pike Funeral Service, 61 Middle St., is in charge of arrangements.
The Gloucester Daily Times 14 February 1975
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Joseph M. Ahearn
Joseph M. Ahearn, 94, of 4 Homer Square, died Feb 15 after a long illness. A lifelong Somerville resident, he was a retired maintenance worker. The widower of Anna (Reardon) Ahearn, he was brother of Ellen and Lucy Ahearn, both of Framingham, Margaret McSweeney of Boston and the late John Ahearn. A funeral from the Francis H. Brown Funeral Home was followed by a Mass at St. Joseph's Church. Interment was at Oak Grove Cemetery in Medford.
The Somerville Journal 27 February 1975
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Julia (Susmilch) Ahearn
Julia Ahearn, nee Susmilch, beloved wife of the late William; loving mother of Raymond [Beatrice], Lillian [Wilbur] Storey, Kathleen [Frank] Pawlisz and Robert [Mary]; fond sister of Louis Susmilch and Camille Heilman; devoted grandmother of four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Visitation after 11 a.m. Thursday, at Frank M. Foran Funeral Home, 7300 W. 55th St. [Archer Av. just West of Harlem], Summit. Service Friday, 10:30 a.m. Interment St. Mary. Please omit flowers. 458-0208.
Chicago Tribune 2 May 1973
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Anthony Ahern
AHERN (Cork) — On May 10, 1973 (following an accident) Anthony, youngest son of Margaret, and the late William Ahern, 27 St. Joseph's Park, Mayfield. Deeply and sincerely regretted by his sorrowing mother, brother, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Removal tomorrow (Sunday) evening from Quinn's Funeral Home, Dundalk, to Our Lady Crowned Church, Mayfield, arriving 7 o'clock approximately. Funeral on Monday immediately after 10 o'clock Mass to Carrigaline Cemetery.
The Cork Examiner 12 May 1973
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Mrs. Mary Josephine Ahern
AHERN (Dublin) — May 15, 1973, at St. James Hospital, Mary Josephine, widow of George Ahern, 42 Farney Park, Sandymount; deeply regretted by her loving son, daughters, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Removal to Star of the Sea Church, Sandymount, arriving at 5.45 o'c. this (Wednesday) evening. Funeral to-morrow (Thursday) after 10 o'c. Mass to Donoghcompar Cemetery Colbridge.
Irish Times 16 May 1973
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Ronald Patrick Ahern
AHERN, Ronald Patrick. — March 5, 1975. Loving son of Emily (deceased), loving brother of Jack and Irene, brother-in-law of Jane and Bill, and loving uncle of their families. [see also: John Aloysius Ahern]
Sydney Morning Herald 7 March 1975
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James M. O'Hearn
O'Hearn. James M. O'Hearn, beloved husband of Edna (nee Kernan), dear father of Mrs. Marie Caputo (Charles A.), and Mrs. Denise Byrne (Thomas M., Jr.), grandfather of four, brother of Mrs. Margaret Vanek and Sr. Marie de Chantal O.S.U. Tuesday, Mar. 18, 1975. Family will receive friends at The Flynn-Mylott Funeral Home, 4606 Mayfield Rd. Funeral Mass Friday, Mar. 21 at Gesu Church, Miramar Blvd. at 10 A.M. Interment All Souls Cemetery. Visitation Thursday 2-4 And 7-9 P.M.
Cleveland Plain Dealer 20 March 1975
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Frances (McWeeney) Ahern
SALISBURY—Mrs. Frances (McWeeney) Ahern, 81, of Noble Horizons, widow of Frank G. Ahern, died suddenly Wednesday at her home. She was born in Providence, R. I. Aug. 13, 1893, a daughter of the late Thomas M. and Catherine (McGrane) McWeeney. Prior to moving to Salisbury, she had resided on Porter Hill in Middlebury amd Watch Hill, R. I. Mrs. Ahern was a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, class of 1915.

She leaves one son, Thomas G. Ahern of Watch Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Charles E. Spencer of Middlebury and Mrs. Thomas Fry of Wyomissing, Pa.; two sisters, Mrs. Richard J. Butler of Pompano, Fla., Miss Margaret E. McWeeney of Lincoln, N. H.; fourteen grandchildren and one great grandchild. The Newkirk Funeral Home, Lakeville, is in charge of funeral arrangements, which are incomplete.

Naugatuck Daily News 24 April 1975
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John L. Ahern
AHERN—In Arlington, August 31, John L., son of Joseph W. and the late Emily (Mitchell); brother of Paul W. and the late Joseph W. Ahern, U.S.N.A.F. Funeral from the D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home, 378 Mass. Ave., Arlington, Wednesday morning at 8. Funeral Mass in St. Agnes Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Late member of the Union Boat Club.
The Boston Globe 1 September 1975
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Ellen (Ahern) Bermingham
Ellen Bermingham, nee Ahern, on Sunday, Aug. 31, 1975, of St. Benedicts Home, Niles, Ill., loving wife of the late John; dear aunt of Kevin P Fitzgerald, Christopher Ahern, Nancy Klulorin, Marion Urquilo and Patricia Ahern; fond sister of David, Thomas and James Ahern of England. Funeral Mass Wednesday, 9:30 a.m., at St. Benedicts Home, 6930 W. Touhy Ave., Niles, Ill. Interment Queen of Heaven. Visitation Tuesday from 4 until 9 p.m. at St. Benedicts Home. 237-1134
Chicago Tribune 2 September 1975
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John Ahern
AHERN (Cork) — On September 11, 1975, (unexpectedly), at his residence, Genazzano, Tramore Road and formerly of Knockanemore, Ovens, John Ahern Late (Munster United Merchants Ltd., Victoria Cross), dearly beloved husband of Valerie (nee Mckernan) and dear father of David and Martin. Very deeply regretted by his loving wife, children, mother, father, brothers, sister, relatives and friends. Requiescat in pace. Reposing at O'Connors Bros. Funeral Home, North Gate Bridge. Removal on this (Saturday) evening at 6.30 o'clock to St. Johns church, Ovens. Requiem mass tomorrow (Sunday) at 11.30 o'clock. Funeral same day at 2.30 o'clock to Ovens New Cemetery
The Cork Evening Echo 13 September 1975
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Caroline L. (Schmidt) Ahearn
Caroline L. Ahearn, nee Schmidt, of Arlington Heights, formerly of Chicago, beloved wife of Raymond E,; dear mother of Carol Jean (the late Norman) Roubik; loving grandmother of Douglas (Jeanne) Bauer, Bradley and Marc Roubik; sister of Charles and August Schmidt. Funeral service Tuesday, 1 p.m., at the Lauterburg and Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Hwy., Arlington Heights. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Arthritic Foundation, 159 N. Dearborn, Chicago. 253-5423.
Chicago Tribune 15 September 1975
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Agnes (McNellis) Dunne
Agnes Dunne, nee McNellis, beloved wife of Thomas; fond mother of Mary Margaret (Robert) Fortier; grandmother of Bob, Mary, Agnes, Ellen, Tom, Mike and Laurene; dear daughter of the late Mary, nee Gallagher and Lawrence McNellis; sister of Francis, Sr. Mary Gabriel, R. S. M., Margaret O'Donnell, Susan McAuley, Hannah Ahearn, the late Philip, Lawrence, Patrick, Mary McGinley, Katherine McGuire Milne, Ann Garvey and Lucy Quail. Funeral Friday, 9:45 a.m. from Gibbons-O'Keefe Funeral Home, 124 Madison, Oak Park, to St. Mary Church, Darien, Ill. Interment Queen of Heaven. Native of Straleel, Carrick, County Donegal, Ireland. 848-7400.
Chicago Tribune 22 August 1974
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Mildred (Knedel) O'Hern
Mildred O'Hern, beloved wife of the late Patrick O'Hern; devoted mother of Lavern (Calvin) Laird, Muriel (Henry) Gunther, Ronald, Donald (Marilyn) and Lawrence O'Hern; devoted grandmother of 14; fond sister of the late Marie Marsh. Visitation after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday, 8:45 a.m. from Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Road to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Member of Mt. Greenwood Sr. Citizens Club. ST3-7700, 857-7878.
Chicago Tribune 23 October 1975
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Rev. Patrick J. Ahern
A funeral Mass for Rev. Patrick J. Ahern, 59, former associate pastor of All Saints' Church, Roxbury, will be held tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. at St. Catherine's Church, Somerville. Father Ahern, who served in the Air Force from 1949 to 1961 as a chaplain, died Sunday at Veteran's Administration Hospital, Jamaica Plain, after a long illness. Humberto Cardinal Medeiros will be celebrant of the funeral Mass. Eulogist will be Rev. William A. Granville of Sacred Heat, Newton.

Concelebrants will be Revs. Gerald D. Desmond, St. Ann's, Marshfield; Francis P. Connors, St. Joseph's, Needham; Philip G. McConville, Our Lady of Assumption, Marshfield, and A. Paul Galvin, St. Claire, Braintree. A Somerville native, Fr. Ahern attended St. John's Seminary, Brighton, and was ordained by Richard Cardinal Cushing in 1943. He was assigned to St. Theresa's, Revere, and St. Rose, Chelsea, prior to entering the service.
The Boston Globe 28 October 1975
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Elizabeth H. (Moyer) Ahern
Elizabeth H. Ahern, nee Moyer, beloved wife of the late Frank; loving mother of the late Joanne (Peter) Piotraschke; dear grandmother of Christy (Dale) Epperson, Cathy (William) Learned, Danny, Bette Jayne, and April Lynn; great-grandmother of Drew Ryan. Funeral service Monday, Dec. 1, at 11 a.m. from the Ahern Funeral Home, 1110 Madison St., Oak Park. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Member of Travelers Aid. St. Anne's Hospital Volunteers, Girl Scout Institutional Representative and Faith United Presbyterian Church. Visitation Sunday from 2 p.m. until 10 p.m. EU3-5700 or KE3-2394.
Chicago Tribune 30 November 1975
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Viola (LeBold) O'Hern
Viola O'Hern, nee LeBold, beloved wife of the late James T. O'Hern; loving mother of Patricia (Edward) Wyman, Lois (Donald) McGee; fond grandmother of Lenore Volanti, Mary Beth Garafalo, Tina Barton, Tammy Gelardi, and Mark McGee. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W 103rd St., Oak Lawn to St. Linus Church. Interment Mount Carmel Cemetery. Visitation after 4 p.m. Sunday. For public transportation information call 636-1193 or Chicago 735-4242
Chicago Tribune 7 December 1975
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Thomas P. Ahearn
AHEARN—of Marlboro, December 8, suddenly, Thomas P., beloved husband of Helen E. (Shinney), father of Mrs. Doris Merrigan of Billerica, Mrs. Catherine Brennan of North Reading, Mrs. Helen Dimuzio of Berlin, Mass., Mrs. Jean Teneriello of Wakefield, Bernard Carroll, Paul Carroll and Mrs. Margaret Wilson, all of Malden, sister of Eileen Roach of Wellesley and William Ahearn of Brighton. Also survived by 21 grandchildren. Funeral from the Sweeney Memorial Funeral Home, 66 Concord Rd., BILLERICA, on Thursday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass at St. Thomas's Church, Wilmington at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 7-9 and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
The Boston Globe 9 December 1975
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Alice (Sullivan) Ahern
AHERN—Of Somerville, Dec. 7, Alice (Sullivan), beloved wife of the late Daniel; mother of Alice Pyne of Somerville, Cornelius of Iowa, Daniel of Arlington and the late John Ahern. Also survived by 13 grandchildren. Funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home, 2175 Mass. Ave., NORTH CAMBRIDGE on Wednesday morning at 9, followed by a Funeral Mass in St. Catherine's Church at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9.
The Boston Globe 9 December 1975
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Alice (Sullivan) Ahern
Alice (Sullivan) Ahern, 85, of 7 Stanford Terr., died December 7 in Lawrence Memorial Hospital, Medford after a long illness. She was the wife of the late Daniel, mother of Alice Pyne of Somerville, Cornelius of Iowa, Daniel of Arlington and the late John Ahern, and she is also survived by 13 grandchildren. A Mass in St. Catherine's Church followed the funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. Interment was in N. Cambridge Catholic Cemetery.
The Somerville Journal 11 December 1975
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Elizabeth (Ransom) Ahearn
Funeral services for Elizabeth Ransom Ahearn were held on Tuesday, December 16, 1975, from the Donald J. MacDonald and Son Funeral Home, 270 Main St., Watertown. Her Funeral Mass followed and was celebrated in St. Patrick's Church by the Rev. Vincent P. Mellone, Associate Pastor. Assisting him were Emma Roche, organist, and Claudette Brennan, soloist.

Mrs. Ahearn was born in Newton, a daughter of Frederick W. and Margaret Coen Ransom. She was raised and educated in Watertown and lived here for her lifetime. On Saturday morning, December 13, she died in St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Brighton, after a brief illness.

She is survived by a son, Edward W. Ahearn of Watertown; and by four daughters: Gladys Lyman, Evelyn Bloomer, Marie Chamberlain, all of Watertown; and Helen Arenburg of Waltham. Also included in her survivors are 14 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren; and a sister, Helen Rennie of Newton. Her husband, James Francis Ahearn, former Sealer of Weights and Measures in the town of Watertown, died in 1959. Interment followed in the family lot in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Watertown. Committal prayers were offered by Fr. Mellone.

The Watertown Sun 18 December 1975
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Richard C. Ahern, Sr.
Richard C. Ahern, Sr., of Riverdale, IL. devoted husband of Beatrice; loving father of Richard, Jr. (Barbara) of Riverdale, Il., Margaret Sullivan, of Urbana, Il., Alice (James) Watson, of Country Club Hills, Il. and the late Arthur Francis; dear grandfather of six; fond brother of Margaret Gallagher and Loretta Bruzes. Visitation at Community Mortuary, 144th St. and Indiana Av., Riverdale, IL. after 5 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m. to Queen of Apostles Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulcher. 849-5500.
Chicago Tribune 19 December 1975
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Mary Lillian (Duffy) Ahern
Funeral services for Mary Lillian Ahern, 81, who died Monday at Pleasant View Nursing Home, St. James, where she had been a resident for two years, were scheduled for this Thursday morning at 11:00 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with the Rev Lawrence Ginther officiating and interment in Calvary Cemetery. Visitation is at Cummins Funeral Home with a prayer service at 8:00 p.m. this Wednesday. Mrs. Ahern was born August 14, 1894 at Albion, Nebraska, the daughter of James and Elizabeth Duffy. She grew up in Nebraska and Iowa, attending school in those states. She married John Ahern January 29, 1917, at Wayne, NE. They came to the Madelia area in 1919 and farmed until moving to Madelia in 1972. She was a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, the Rosary Society and the Missionary Society.

Survivors include her husband; four sons, Francis, Mankato; John C., Madelia; Lawrence, Lewisville; and Albert, Madelia; two daughters, Myrtle, Mrs. Harold Warner, Madelia and Marian, Mrs. Curtis Hanson, Mankato; 20 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Bridgetta Frauenholtz, Madelia. She was preceded in death by one grandson, six brothers and four sisters.

Madelia Times Messenger 7 January 1976
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Maxwell John Ahern
AHERN, Maxwell John. — January 24, 1976, at his residence, 10 Willow Close, Epping. Much loved husband of Mary, loved father of Maureen and Kerree, aged 57 years. May he rest in peace. For funeral details see Tuesday's Herald.
Sydney Morning Herald 26 January 1976
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John T. Ahern
John T. Ahern was born August 26, 1910 to John Thomas Ahern and Eva Cronin Ahern. He is the twin brother of Frederick Ahern of Herkimer, New York and the brother of Edward Ahern of Mohawk, New York. He passed away at Ilion Hospital, Ilion, New York on January 27, 1976. He was married to the former Rose Mary Tuzzolino of Frankfort, New York and leaves two sons, Anthony Ahern of Ohio, John Ahern of Frankfort, New York, three daughters, Anne Ahern, Elizabeth Ahern and Mary Ahern of Frankfort, New York
Utica Observer Dispatch 28 January 1976
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Ellen A. O'Hern
Mrs. Ellen A. O'Hern of 6325 E. Seneca Tnpk. January 26, 1976. Survived by two daughters Mrs. Joseph (Celestine) Mueller and Mrs. Frank (Roberta) Gocklin; a son James F. O'Hern; two sisters Mrs. Frank Mueller and Mrs. Claence Oot; four grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services Thursday 8:30 a.m. from the family home at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Church, Jamesville. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Dewitt. Friends may call at the family home Tuesday and Wednesday at their convenience. GODDARD AND CRANDALL
The Syracuse Post-Standard 28 January 1976
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Ella (Swann) Wals
Mrs. Ella Wals, 68, or Norwalk, Calif., died this morning at a Norwalk hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born on June 15, 1907 the daughter of Ulysses and Margaret O'Hearn Swann [sic]. She was a graduate of Waldo High School and St. mary Nursing Hospital, Milwaukee. In 1945 she was married to Reuben Wals in Norwalk. He died in 1967.

Survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Chester McMullen and Mrs. Arno Bartel of Sheboygan; and a brother, Robert Swann [sic] of Norwalk. Private family services will be held Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church, Norwalk.

Sheboygan Press 5 February 1976
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Thomas W. Ahern
Thomas Ahern, 68, of 9 Lander av., Lynn, owner and operator of the Ahern Movers and Riggers Co. of Lynn, died yesterday at Saugus General Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Charlestown, and had lived in Medford before moving to Lynn 25 years ago. Mr. Ahern worked in the moving business 50 years. He was a member of the Massachusetts Movers Assn. Mr. Ahern served in the Coast Guard Reserve in World War II. He leaves four sons, Thomas J. of Saugus, Fred G. of Nahant, Richard D. of Lynn and Kevin M. Ahern of Saugus; three daughters, Mrs. Carole Roepsch of Lynn and Mrs. Katherine Powicki and Mrs. Patricia Marsh, both of Swampscott; a sister, Mrs. Catherine Thornton of Somerville, and 13 grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph's Church, Lynn. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.
The Boston Globe 10 February 1976
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Julia (Ahern) McConville
Julia McConville, nee Ahern, native of County Limerick, Ireland, beloved wife of the late Daniel; loving mother of Mary, Peter (Florence), Margaret (Joseph) Cooney of Portage, Wis., Maurice (Anne) of Lehighton, Pa., Daniel J. (Rosemary), John (Joan) and the late Patrick McConville; fond sister of the late Maurice and Cornelius Ahern and Mary Riordan; 14 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral Thursday, Feb. 12, at 9:30 a.m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d St at Washtenaw Av., to St. Clare of Montefalco Church. Member of Third Order of St. Francis, St. Louis Fraternity and St. Clare of Montefalco Arch confraternity. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. PR 6-8300.
Chicago Tribune 11 February 1976
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Veronica M. O'Hern
Miss Veronica O'Hern, editor of The Citation, a publication of the American Medical Association, died Saturday in Evanston Hospital. Miss O'Hern, who lived at 535 N. Michigan Av., was also a lawyer for the association. Mass will be said at 11 a.m. Monday in Santa Maria del Popolo Catholic Church, 119 N Lake St., in Mundelein. Survivors include her mother, Agnes O'Hern, a brother and a sister.
Veronica M. O'Hern of 535 N. Michigan Ave., beloved daughter of Agnes and the late Joseph; fond sister of Loretta (Robert) Olsen and John (Frances). Funeral mass 11 a.m. Monday at Santa Maria del Popolo Church. Entombment Mt. Olivette Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p.m. Sunday at Kristan Funeral Home, 219 W. Maple (Rt. 176), Mundelien. 566-8020.
Chicago Tribune 15 February 1976
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Lafayette J. Ahern
Lafayette J. Ahern of McHenry, Ill., beloved husband of the late Mildred; loving father of Mrs. Fred (Mildred) Cotterell and Mrs. Julius (Barbara) Frietsch; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Resting at the George R. Justen and Son Funeral Home, 3519 W. Elm St., McHenry from 2-9 p.m. Sunday. Funeral mass 10 a.m. Monday at St. John Church, Johnsburg. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Lake Forest. In lieu of flowers masses would be appreciated. Info 815-385-2400
Chicago Tribune 14 March 1976
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Genevieve B. (Baker) O'Hern
Genevieve B. Baker O'Hern, beloved wife of Joseph E. O'Hern; loving daughter of Helen and the late Leslie Baker; fond stepdaughter of Guy Luke. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m., from Lain & Son Chapel, 1035 N. Dearborn, to Holy Name Cathedral for mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment St. Marys Cemetery. Visitation will be after 2 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. 337-3036.
Chicago Tribune 20 March 1976
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William Joseph Ahearn
AHEARN, William Joseph. — March 22, 1976, at Mullumbimby Hospital, dearly loved husband of Mrs. Grace Ahearn (Mullumbimby) and loving father of Mary, William, Kathleen, Margaret, Patricia, and Francis.
Sydney Morning Herald 23 March 1976
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Peggy [Ahern] Fradgley
FRADGLEY—On 6th April at Casthay, Peggy, wife of Peter Fradgley and of the late Maurice Ahern. Funeral service at St. Mary's Thorncombe on Friday, 8th April at 2 p.m. Family flowers only. Any donations to Royal Institute of Cancer Research.
The Times [of London] 7 April 1976
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Evelyn G. (Quinn) O'Hearn
Evelyn G. (Quinn) O'Hearn, 63, died April 22 in the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston. A switchboard operator at the Somerville Hospital, she was the wife of William J. and mother of Dorothy Sawyer of Medford. She was the sister of John Quinn of Ware, Walter Quinn of Melrose, Henry Quinn and Dorothy Suffredini of Somerville and is also survived by five grandchildren. A Mass in St. Catherine's Church followed the funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.
The Somerville Journal 29 April 1976
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Margaret Marchant, Longtime Teacher, 66
A funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. today in St. Agnes Church, Arlington, for Margaret C. (Ahern) Marchant, 66, a former board member of the Massachusetts Special Education Assn. Mrs. Marchant, of 103 Medford st., Arlington, died early Thursday morning at Symmes Hospital, Arlington, after a long illness. She was born and educated in Arlington. After receiving a bachelor's degree in education from Emmanuel College in 1931 and a master's degree from Boston University in 1932, she taught elementary school in Arlington for about 10 years. After her children had grown she began teaching retarded children in Bedford Junior High School while earning her certification as a special education teacher. She retired from teaching two years ago.

She leaves her husband, Frederick J. Marchant, two Sons, Frederick J. Jr. of Plaistow, N.H., and George C. of Arlington; two daughters, Denise A. Marchant of Arlington and Mrs. Helene M. Butler of Melrose and seven grand-children. [see also: George Edward Ahern, Lena J. (Mannix) Ahern]

The Boston Globe 8 May 1976
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Margaret Catherine (Ahern) Marchant
Margaret C. (Ahern) Marchant of 104 Medford st. died May 6 at the age of 66. Mrs. Marchant had worked as a special education teacher at Bedford Jr. High School and was a 1931 graduate of Emmanuel College. The wife of Frederick J. Marchant, she was the mother of Frederick J. Marchant Jr. of Plaistow, N.H., George C. Marchant and Denise A. Marchant of Arlington and Helen M. Butler of Melrose. She is also survived by seven grandchildren. A Funeral Mass was celebrated Saturday at St. Agnes' Church with burial at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Symmes Hospital Building Fund or the American Cancer Society, 247 Commonwealth ave., Boston. [see also: George Edward Ahern]
The Arlington Advocate 13 May 1976
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Francis A. O'Hearn
   Francis A, O'Hearn, 85, of 14 Hopkins Rd., Arlington, a North Adams native, died Saturday at Symmes Hospital in Arlington. He was the last of his immediate family.
   Mr. O'Hearn was born in North Adams, a son of the late James and Katherine (Reagan) O'Hearn. He attended local schools and was graduated from Drury High School where he played baseball and football. He was with the New England Telephone Co. for two years and then was associated with his late brother, Special Justice William A. O'Hearn, in the operation of a real estate and insurance business under the name of O'Hearn Brothers.
   He gave that up to go to Boston to join the New England Fire Raters Bureau and had lived in Arlington the past 50 years. He was manager of the bureau when he retired in 1956 after 37 years with the concern.
   He was a 30 year Arlington Town Meeting member and a former member of the town's Planning and Development Committee and of the North Adams Council, Knights of Columbus. He was one of the organizers of the Arlington Youth Baseball League.
   He and his wife, the former Kathryn Donovan of Adams, were married Aug, 18, 1915, and they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1965. Mrs. O'Hearn formerly was a teacher at Mark Hopkins School and at Salem State College.
   Besides his wife he leaves a daughter, Marcia Brown of Bedford, and nine grandchildren. A son, Francis D. O'Hearn of East Longmeadow, predeceased him.
   The funeral was at 11 a.m. today with a funeral mass at St. Agnes Church, Arlington. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery there.
   Friends who wish may make donations in Mr. O'Hearn's memory to the Little Sisters of the Poor, Highland Avenue, Somerville. [see also: Anne O'Hearn]
North Adams Transcript 1 June 1976
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Francis James Ahearn
AHEARN, Francis James. — June 24, 1976, late of 15 Prince Street, Mosman, dearly beloved husband of Vi, loved father of Phil, Eddie and Dot, fond father-in-law of Ethel and Edna and loving grandfather and great-grandfather of their children, aged 84 years. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 28 June 1976
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Thomas Ahern
AHERN, Thomas. — July 19, 1976, dearly beloved husband of Joy, dearly loved father of John, Jean, Peter and Maurine, fond father-in-law of Helen, Bert, Anne and Peter, devoted grandfather of Julie, Michael, Murray, Susan, David, Geoffrey, Gregory and Warren, loved brother of John and Ray.
Sydney Morning Herald 21 July 1976
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Robert Ahearn
Services for Robert Ahearn, 64, publicity representative for Arlington Park race track, were being arranged Tuesday. Mr. Ahearn died Monday while being taken to Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights. Before joining the Arlington Park race track staff in 1970 Mr. Ahearn was employed by newspapers in Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Toronto. He is survived by a sister.
Chicago Tribune 11 August 1976
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Robert "Bobby" Ahearn
Word was received here today of the death in Arlington, Ill., last Monday of Robert (Bobby) Ahearn, 64, former turf writer for the Boston American and one-time public relations director at Rockingham Park. At the time of his death Mr. Ahearn was chief of public relations for Arlington Park racetrack. He was only 24 years old when he became head of the publicity staff at Rockingham Park when the New Hampshire racing oval was in its infancy. Over the years he was associated with public relations staffs at a number of major tracks throughout the country. These included Bay Meadow, Garden State, Bowie, Fort Erie, Woodbine, Suffolk Downs, Washington Park and the Freehold Raceway harness track.

In addition to the old Boston American, Mr. Ahearn worked for the Los Angeles Daily News, the San Francisco Examiner and Toronto Star. Mr. Ahearn leaves a sister, Mrs. Katherine Slattery of Weathersfield, Conn., and a nephew Paul Slattery of Rochester, N.Y. Services will be conducted at the Fissette funeral home in Hartford, Conn.
The Boston Globe 12 August 1976
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Daniel Ahern
Daniel E. Ahern, a retired Hartford pharmacist and pharmaceutical salesman for the Merick, Sharpe and Hohme Co., died on Monday (Aug. 16, 1976) at his home, 120 Folly Brook Blvd. He was born in Hartford and lived there all his life until moving to Wethersfield six years ago. He was past president of the Traveling Mens Association, and was a member of the Sociaety for the Preservation and Encouragement of the Barbershop Quartet of America. He leaves his wife, Delia Pounch Ahern; two sisters, Mrs. Eleanor Brown of Danvers, Mass. and Miss Katherine Ahern of Hartford; two brothers, Francis D. Ahern of West Hartford and E. Howard Ahern of Hartford. Calling hours: Wednesday 3-5, 7-9, Ahern Funeral Home, 180 Farmington Avenue. Funeral: Thursday, 9:30, funeral home, St. Augustine's Church, 10. Burial: Mt. St. Benedict Cemetery.
— [unknown source] August 1976
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Agnes M. (McGillen) O'Hern
Agnes M. O'Hern, nee McGillen of Mundelein, beloved wife of the late Joseph; fond mother of Loretta (Robert) Olsen, John (Frances) and the late Veronica; grandmother of six; great-grandmother of two. Funeral mass 10:00 a.m. Thursday at Santa Maria Del Popolo. Entombment Mount Olivet. Visitation after 3:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Kristan Funeral Home, 219 W. Maple (Route 176), Mundelein. 566-8020
Chicago Tribune 21 September 1976
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Mary E. (Carney) Ahern
Mary E. Ahern, nee Carney, beloved wife of Robert M.; loving mother of Michael J., Robert M. Jr., Ann E., Mary C. and John C.; daughter of the late John E. and Mary E. Carney; dear sister of Dorothy Aicher of Minneapolis, Minn., Jane C. Maloney and John E. Carney of Palm Beach, Fla. Funeral Saturday, Sept. 25, at 9:30 a.m., from the John E. Maloney Co. Funeral Home, 1359 W. Devon Av., to St. Peter's Church, Skokie. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment All Saints Cemetery. Visitation Friday from 3 to 10 p.m. RO 4-1617.
Chicago Tribune 24 September 1976
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Walter J. Ahern Sr.
Walter J. Ahern Sr., 78, of 240 Carter St., Palatine, died Thursday at Northwest Community Hospital in Arlington Heights. Mr. Ahern owned the Alpha Window Shade Works in Hyde Park until his retirement in 1963. Survivors include his widow, Ruby; a son, Walter Jr.; six grandchildren; and a sister. Mass will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Theresa Catholic Church, 465 N. Benton St., Palatine.
Chicago Tribune 24 September 1976
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Mary Ahern
Mass for Mrs. Mary Ahern, 57, wife of Robert M. Ahern, a Loop attorney, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Peter's Catholic Church, 8116 Niles Center Rd., Skokie. Mrs. Ahern, of 4438 Concord Ln., Skokie, died Wednesday in St. Francis Hospital, Evanston. In addition to her husband three sons, Michael J., Robert M. Jr., and John C.; two daughters, Ann E. and Mary C.; two sisters; and a brother survive her.
Chicago Tribune 24 September 1976
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Mary Ahern
Mrs. Mary Ahern, a Skokie resident, died Sept. 22. She was 57. She is survived by her husband, Robert Ahern, a Chicago attorney; three sons, Michael, Robert Jr. and John; and two daughters, Anne and Mary. Two sisters and a brother also survive.
The News 30 September 1976
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Doris Theresa (McGraw) Ahern
Mrs. Doris Theresa Ahern, 61, of 2123 S. Geddes St., died today at her home after a brief illness. She was a life resident of Syracuse. Mrs. Ahern is survived by her husband, John P. Ahern, five sons, Police Officer Timothy J., the Rev. John V. Ahern of St. James Roman Catholic Church of Syracuse, Thomas M., Police Officer Patrick D. and Daniel E. Ahern, and two daughters, Miss [sic] Mary T. Lynch and Mrs. John Dury, both of Syracuse. Mrs. Ahern was a life member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Ladies Auxiliary of Syracuse. She was a communicant [of] the Church of the Most Holy Rosary, and a member of its Altar and Rosary Society and Confraternity of Christian Mothers.

Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Callahan-Hanley-Mooney Funeral Home, and at 10:15 a.m. in the Church of the Most Holy Rosary where Mrs. Ahern's son, Father Ahern, will offer a Mass of Christian Burial. Burial will be in St. Mary's Cemetery, DeWitt. Calling hours are 7 to 9 p.m. tomorrow and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday.

Syracuse Herald-Journal 1 October 1976
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Johanna (Eiterer) Ahern
Johanna Ahern, nee Eiterer, of Mount Prospect, beloved wife of the late John; dear mother of Gertrude E. Becker; loving grandmother of Richard and Daniel Becker and Cheryl Milz; devoted great-grandmother of Dawn and Lynne Becker and Michael Milz; fond sister of Louis Eiterer. Visitation Wednesday 6 to 9:30 p.m. at Oehler Funeral Home, Lee at Perry Streets, Des Plaines. Funeral Thursday, 9:30 a.m., from chapel, to St. Emily Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. 824-5155.
Chicago Tribune 3 November 1976
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E. Russell Ahearn
Mass for E. Russell Ahearn, 65, former Streator basketball coach, will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church of Streator. Mr. Ahearn, a Streator resident, died Friday at Presbyterian- St. Luke's Hospital. He had coached at schools in six other Illinois towns, including Elgin, Kankakee, Kinsman, Ransom, Woodland, and Hebron. In Hebron, he coached his 1952 team to the state high school championship. Surviving are his widow, Marie; a son, William; two daughters, Judith Benda and Mary Jane Ahearn; two brothers; two sisters; and five grandchildren.
Chicago Tribune 28 November 1976
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Theresa V. (Ahern) Does
Theresa V. Does, nee Ahern, beloved wife of the late Otto; loving mother of Marie M. Does and the late Dorothy Dieden; fond grandmother of Diane Ege and Patricia Dieden. Funeral Monday, Dec. 6, 9 a.m., from Drake and Son Funeral Home, 5303 N. Western Av., to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Ashland and Leland. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, masses will be appreciated or memorials to Bethany Terrace Nursing Home, Morton Grove, Ill. Visitation after 2 p.m. Sunday. 561-6874. [see also: Susan A. Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 4 December 1976
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Charles V. Ahern
Funeral services are scheduled Tuesday for Charles V. Ahern, 52, of 2749 Bromley Drive, San Carlos, who died Dec. 4 at Sequoia Hospital in Redwood City following a lengthy illness. A native of San Fancisco, he had lived in San Carlos for 25 years, and was a staff manager for Pacific Telephone Co., where he had worked for 30 years. He is survived by his widow, Barbara, a son, Charles Ahern, and daughter, Susan Ahern, all of San Carlos, and a brother, Richard Ahern of Fremont.

Services will begin Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at White Oaks Chapel in San Carlos, then to St. Matthias Catholic Church of Redwood City, where a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment will be at Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma. The Rosary will be recited at the mortuary tonight at 8.

San Mateo Times 6 December 1976
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Robert Joseph Ahern
Robert J. Ahern, 70, died on Friday. A member of the National Guard, at one time Mr. Ahern had his own orchestra. He was a member of the Boston Musicians Association, 9-535. A retired employee of the Mystic Valley Gas Company, Mr. Ahern was also a member of the Arlington Council 109 Knights of Columbus. He was the husband of Mary "Betty" (Higgins) Ahern. Mr. Ahern was the father of Robert J. Ahern of Arlington, Charles L. Ahern of Westford, Philip F. Ahern of Chelmsford, Dennis J. Ahern of Bedford, David M. Ahern of Mason, N. H., Barbara A. Orlowski of Rockville, Conn. and Claire M. Stanislawsyck of Merrimack, N.H. Mr. Ahern was the brother of Frances N. [sic] Ahern and the late Marguerite F. Russel. A funeral mass was celebrated at St. Agnes' Church on Monday. Arrangements were by D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home.
The Arlington Advocate 16 December 1976
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Helen M. (Goodwin) Ahearn
Helen M. (Goodwin) Ahearn, 65, of 26 Hancock Street died Wednesday morning at the Cape Ann Nursing Home where she had been a patient for the past seven years. She was the wife of Edward J. Ahearn. Mrs. Ahearn was born in Gloucester on Nov. 11, 1911, daughter of Caleb W. and Lucy P. (Hagan) Goodwin. She worked for many years as a telephone operator for New England Telephone Co. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, Glenn E. Ahearn, four sisters, Janice S. wife of John R. Silva of Gloucester; Barbara A., wife of Richard Marden of St. Petersburg, Fla,; Gerturde, wife of Owen Shea of Newmarket, N.H.; and Doris Wise of Nashua, N.H. and several nieces and nephews. Her funeral will be held at the James C. Greely Funeral Home, 212 Washington St., on Friday at 9 a.,. The Rev. William J. Turner, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church will officiate. Following cremation at Harmony Grove, Salem, burial will be at Calvary Cemetery. There will be no visiting hours.
The Gloucester Daily Times 23 December 1976
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Catherine T. Ahearn
AHEARN — Formerly of Somerville, in Marlboro, December 22, Catherine T., [94] devoted aunt of Morris F. Ahearn Jr. of North Reading, Dr. John Paul Ahearn of Marlboro, Dr. Paul J. Ahearn of Belmont, Dr. Marie L. Ahearn of North Dartmouth and John L. Ahearn of Washington, D.C. Funeral from the Francis H. Brown Funeral Home, 34 Bow St., Union Sq., Somerville, on Friday morning, at 9:15. Funeral Mass in St; Joseph's Church at 10. Relatives and friends respectfully invited. Visiting hours Thursday 7-9 p.m. [see also: Maurice F. Ahearn, John L. Ahearn]
The Boston Globe 23 December 1976
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William J. A'Hearn
A'HEARN — In East Braintree Dec. 21, William J., beloved husband of Frances C. (O'Leary) of 24 Liberty St., father of Michael F. A'Hearn of University Park, Md., brother of Miss Marie E. A'Hearn and Miss Arline D. A'Hearn of Canton and Leonard W. A'Hearn of Silver Springs, Md. Funeral from the Daniel H. Clancy Funeral Home, 100 Washington St., Weymouth, Friday at 8 a.m. Funeral Mass in Sacred Heart Church, Weymouth at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Retired employee Internal Revenue Service, Boston office.
The Boston Globe 23 December 1976
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Lea Josephine (Noel) Ahern
Mrs. Lea Ahern, 93, of R. 1, Bitely, passed away Saturday, Feb. 12 at her residence following a long illness. She was born May 12, 1883 at Detroit, the daughter of Joseph and Lea Noel. She joined Robert Ahern in marriage in 1906 in Montreal, Canada. He preceded her in death in 1943.

Survivors include five sons, Robert of Bitely, Anthony of Dearborn, Henry of Lincoln Park, Louis of Caro, and George of Bitley; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Abbatoy of Bitely; 18 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, 16 great great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

The Funeral mass was held Tuesday, Feb. 15 from Christ the King Church with Father Thomas Kelly, Celebrant. Interment followed in West Hesperia Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were by the Raymond Funeral Home, Hesperia.

Fremont Times-Indicator 17 February 1977
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Herbert L. Ahearn
Herbert L. Ahearn, a lifelong resident of the Greater Lowell area, died yesterday. Born in Lowell, a son of Mrs. Rita (Boyle) Ahearn, he was educated in the New Hampshire school system and served with the United States Marine Corps in Vietnam, where he was awarded two Purple Heart Medals. Mr. Ahearn was currently employed as a machine operator by the Jet Container company and resided on Mt. Vernon Street where he maintained his attendance in St. Mary's church in Chelmsford.

Besides his mother, he is survived by six brothers, Bernard Ahearn, associated with the Concord Auto Parts; Daniel Ahearn, with Tony O'Terry painting contractors; Timothy Ahearn, with the White & Stoddard Mason Contractors; Frederick Ahearn, Edward Ahearn, and James Ahearn, with Budweiser Brewing company, all of Lowell; eight sisters, Mrs. Peter (Rita) Devincitis, of Pepperell, Mrs. Brien (Marie) Lessard of Kingston, N. H.; Mrs. Randolph (Patricia) Riley of St. Joseph, Mo.; Mrs. Lawrence (Gail) Bouls of Stewardville, Mo.; Mrs. Joan Junkins of Hampton, N. H.; Mrs. Hubert (Mary Lou) Prescott and Mrs. James (Barbara) Gagnon, both of Chelmsford; and Mrs. Regina Ferbert of Lowell.

The Lowell Sun 10 March 1977
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Marie A. Ahern
Marie A. Ahern, loving daughter of the late Richard and Ellen Ahern; dear sister of the late Edward, Richard and Ellen Ritchie; many nieces and nephews. Funeral Monday, 9:30 a.m., from Walter Quinlan Sons, 6540 W. 95th St., to St. Louis de Montfort Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. Visitation 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday. 874-7300 or 599-7300.
Chicago Tribune 13 March 1977
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Arline M. (Morrell) Ahern
Arline M. Ahern, nee Morrell, wife of the late John F. (Jack); mother of Jerome M. (Sharon A.); grandmother of Jason and Samantha Ahern. Visitation after 7 p.m. Tuesday and after 4 p.m. Wednesday at Drechsler-Brown. Funeral Home, 203 S. Marion St., Oak Park, Burial office and requiem 11 a.m. Thursday at Christ Episcopal Church, 515 Franklin, River Forest. Interment Mount Greenwood. Memorials to American Cancer Society appreciated. 383-3191. [see also: Helen Ahern]
Chicago Tribune 16 March 1977
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Mary E. (Bertini) Ahern
AHERN—Of 9 Lucille Ave., Nabnasset, Mrs. Mary E. (Bertini) Ahern, wife of Charles L. Ahern, mother of Karen A., Corine M., and Charles L. Ahearn, Jr. Funeral from the Dolan Funeral Home, 106 Middlesex St., North Chelmsford, Thuirsday at 9 a.m. with a Blessing at St. John the Evangelist Church at 10 a.m. A post-funeral Mass will be announced at a later date. Visiting hours today from 7-9 p.m. and Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Burial in the Fairview Cemetery, Westford. Funeral Director James F. Dolan.


NABNASSET—Mrs. Mary E. (Bertini) Ahern of 9 Lucille Ave., died yesterday at the Lowell General Hospital. She was born in Boston, June 10, 1939, the daughter of Robert and Lillian (Trembley) Bertini. She was the wife of Charles L. Ahern. Mrs. Ahern received her education in the Arlington school system and was graduated from the Solari School of Hair Design in Lowell. She held mebership at the Nabnasset Lake Country Club and the Ladies Golfers Association. She was a communicant of St. John the Evangelist Church. Besides her husband and parents, Mrs. Ahern is survived by her paternal grandmother, Mrs. Louise Bertini of Lexington; two daughters, Karen A., Class of 1980 Salem State College; Corine M., in the seventh grade at the Abbot Middle School in Westford; and a son, Charles L. Ahern, Jr. of the Class of 1977 Nashoba Technical High School; four sisters, Mrs. Irene Tosti of Nabnasset; Mrs. Judity [sic] Sweeney of Woburn; Mrs. Lillian Crawford of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. William (Nancy) Lavachio of Woburn; and two brothers, Robert J. Bertini of Chelmsford and Joseph Bertini of Burlington.
The Lowell Sun 5 April 1977
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Violet Alma Ahearn
AHEARN, Violet Alma. — April 12, 1977, late of 15 Prince Street, Mosman, loved stepmother of Phil and Ethel, Eddie and Edna and Dot, loving sister of Harry Butler and Allison Cavanaugh. Aged 75 years. At rest.
Sydney Morning Herald 14 April 1977
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Richard C. Ahern
Funeral for M.Sgt. (Ret.) Richard C. Ahern, 61, of 1803 N. 32nd., who died Monday in a local hospital after a lengthy illness, will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in Bratcher Funeral Home Chapel, Denison, Tex. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Denison. Sgt. Ahern was born Sept. 10, 1915 in Denver, Colo. He was married to Alma Geisenhoner Aug. 14, 1948 in Dallas. Sgt. Ahern retired from the air force in 1959 after 22 years of service. He moved to Lawton three years ago. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Amarillo, Tex., and of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5263 of Lawton. Survivors include his wife of the home; three brothers: William F. and George I., both of Denver, Colo., and John B., Albuquerque, N.M.; and one sister, Mrs. Mary G. Hickey.
Lawton Constitution 19 April 1977
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Mary E. (Bertini) Ahern
AHERN—Of 9 Lucille Ave., Nabnasset. Died April 4, Mrs. Mary E. (Bertini) Ahern. Wife of Charles L. Ahern, mother of Karen A., Corrine M., and Charles L. Ahern Jr. A post-funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. John the Evangelist Church on Saturday, April 30, at 10 a.m. Funeral Director James F. Dolan.
The Lowell Sun 28 April 1977
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Robert M. Ahern
Robert M. Ahern, 86, of 64 Edgmoor Road, longtime Belmont resident, died Wednesday after a lengthy illness. He was a retired wool merchant, having been associated with several prominent Boston firms. Mr. Ahern graduated in 1909 from the Boston Latin School and in 1913 from Harvard. He was a resident of Belmont for 50 years. He was employed for many years as a wool merchant by the Draper and Co. and the National Wool Marketing Corporation. He contributed articles to the National Woolgrowers Assn. Trade Journal. Husband of the late Gertrude (O'Callaghan), he leaves two daughters, Miriam Mullin of Durham, N. C. and Elizabeth Lane of Bedford; a son, Robert M. Ahern Jr. of Belmont, and six grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be celebrated at noon Saturday in St. Joseph's Church. Burial will follow at Holyhood Cemetery in Brookline. Visiting hours at Short, Williamson and Diamond Funeral Home, 52 Trapelo Road, will be Thursday, 7 to 9, and Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. [see also: Joseph A. Ahern, Josephine M. (Regan) Ahern]
The Belmont Herald 5 May 1977
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Rose (Ahern) Corzine
On Friday, May 13, 1977, at the Potomac Hospital Rose Corzine of 1904 Stafford St., Woodbridge, Va., wife of the late Kermit A. Corzine; mother of Harold A. Corzine and Mrs. Albert (Helen) Milliken; sister of Kathryn E. Boyer and William Ahern. Also survived by six grandchildren. Recitation of the Rosary at 7:00 p.m. Sunday evening at the Cunningham-Mountcastle Funeral Home, Woodbridge, Va. where friends may call on Sunday from 2 to 9 p.m. Funeral Mass will be offered on Monday, May 16 at 8:00 p.m. at Our Lady of Angels Catholic Church, Woodbridge. Interment on Wednesday, Calvary Cemetery, Santa Barbara, California. [see also: Maurice Walter Ahern]
Washington Post 14 May 1977
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Raymond Godfrey Ahern
AHERN, Raymond Godfrey. — June 23, 1977 (at hospital), of Wollstonecraft, dearly loved husband of Marie, loved father of Brian, dear father-in-law of Diane, fond grandfather of Justin, dear brother of Lily, Ellen and Edie and fond uncle of David and Helen, son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Bolxo and brother-in-law of Marcelle and Edward.
Sydney Morning Herald 24 June 1977
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Clement Francis Ahern
AHERN, Clement Francis. — June 26, 1977, at hospital, Sydney, beloved brother of Bill and Jack (both deceased), Mary (Mrs. C. Whacket, Tamworth) and Mick (Canberra). Aged 65 years. R.I.P. [see also: Tony Ahern]
Sydney Morning Herald 30 June 1977
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Lillian Ahern
Lillian Ahern, June 29, beloved wife of the late Mark L.; loving mother of Mary Ann (Bernard) Cummings, Patricia Ahern and Barbara (Robert) Gorrie; grandmother of 10; dear sister of Eileen (Vincent) Polarek. Visitation Thursday, 5 to 10 and Friday 2 to 10 p.m. Funeral Saturday, 9:45 a.m. from Donnellan Funeral Home, 10525 S. Western Av. to St. Bride's Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Interment Calvary. BE 8-0075.
Chicago Tribune 1 July 1977
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Peter J. Ahern
Peter J. Ahern, age 58, of Lombard, beloved husband of Mary Ann, nee Jahns; dear father of Peter (Joan) of Lombard, Maryanne Freeman of Glendale Heights, Patricia (David) Allison of Western Springs, Peggy, Michael and Amy, all of Lombard; grandfather of Jeffrey, Julie, Jodie, Christopher and David; fond brother of John (Helen) of Elmhurst and the late Thomas (Janet) of Broadview. Funeral service Wednesday, 10:30 a.m., from the Brust Funeral Home, 135 S. Main St., Lombard, to Sacred Heart Church. Mass 11 a.m. Visitation 2 to 10 p.m. Tuesday. Interment Queen of Heaven. 629-0094.
Chicago Tribune 2 August 1977
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Maurice J. Ahern
Maurice J. Ahern, age 91, husband of the late Nora, nee Henry; father of Maurice (Viola) Ahern, Norine (Carmen) Chappetto and the late Daniel and Frankie Ahern; grandfather of five; great-grandfather of eight. Services and interment private. FU5-0850.
Chicago Tribune 21 August 1977
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Arthur John Ahern
AHERN, Arthur John. — August 20, 1977, at Albury, late of 441 Hume Street, Albury, loved husband of Nora (deceased), beloved father of George (Sydney) Les (Melbourne), Jack (Albury), Bert (Melbourne), Joyce (Mrs. Deuthemann, Melbourne), Ron (Albury) and Betty (Mrs. Hogan, Tallangatta), loved grandfather of eight grandchildren, aged 86 years. Rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 August 1977
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Margaret A. (Ahern) Gallagher
Margaret A. Gallagher, nee Ahern, beloved wife of the late Francis J. Gallagher; loving mother of Lucille (Richard) Ermish; fond sister of Loretta Bruzes; dear grandmother of Mary and Richard Ermish; and Margaret Luci. Funeral Saturday, 8:45 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103d St., Oak Lawn, to St. Barnabus Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. For public transportation Information call, 636-1193 or, Chicago, 735-4242 Visitation after 4 p.m., Thursday.
Chicago Tribune 26 August 1977
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Daniel J. Ahern, Jr.
Daniel J. Ahern, Jr., of Newton, executive director of the Back Bay Assn. and urban affairs columnist for The Boston Herald American, was pronounced dead on arrival yesterday at Cape Cod Hospital, Hyannis. He was 51. A Boston native, Mr. Ahern graduated from Boston Latin School and later from Boston College in 1950. In between he served in combat with the 4th Marine Division in the Pacific during World War II. As a city planner, Mr. Ahern was instrumental in the development of the "New Boston" committee that led to the establishment of the Prudential Center. As executive director of the Back Bay Assn., he was involved in changes in the Copley Square area. Mr. Ahern leaves his wife Shirley (Borden), a son Daniel, three daughters, Kathy, Elizabeth, and Susan, a brother Robert of Hyde Park, and two sisters, Florence, of Marshfield and Dorothy, of New Orleans. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
The Boston Globe 5 September 1977
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Daniel J. Ahern, city planner and Herald columnist, at 51
Daniel J. Ahern Jr., 51, of Newton, executive director of the Back Bay Ass'n and urban affairs columnist for The Boston Herald American, died yesterday while vacationing on Cape Cod. He was dead on arrival at Cape Cod Hospital, Hyannis. Born in Boston, Mr. Ahern was graduated from Boston Latin School and served in Iwo Jima and elsewhere in combat in the Pacific during World War II with the 4th Marine Division for which he was decorated. After the war, he attended Boston College, graduating in 1950. Mr. Ahern became active as a city planner and was instrumental in the development of the "New Boston" committee during the administration of Boston Mayor John B. Hynes that led to the establishment of the Prudential Center. He was associated with the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for many years and spearheaded the chamber's waterfront development management plans.

Mr. Ahern was also involved in the establishment of the Boston Arts Festival and, more recently, helped with the planning of the Scituate Arts Festival. During the Bicentennial he was involved in the "Where's Boston?" exhibit at the Prudential Center. Mr. Ahern was a frequent guest on television and radio interview programs, answering questions about development projects planned for Boston and the suburbs. As executive director of the Back Bay Ass'n, he was involved in changes to the Copley Square area. Over the years he had been involved in many other city government projects as a planner.

He leaves his wife, Shirley (Borden); a son, Daniel, a 1977 Massachusetts Maritime Academy graduate; three daughters, Kathy, Elizabeth and Susan; a brother, Robert of Hyde Park, and two sisters, Florence of Marshfield and Dorothy of New Orleans. Funeral services are being planned.
Boston Herald 5 September 1977
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George W. Ahern
George W. Ahern, 59, of Shady Rest Trailer Park, died. He had been a resident of Naples since 1961, coming from Columbus, Ohio, He was a member of the American Legion Post No, 303 Bonita Springs, and a life member of the V. F. W. Funeral arrangements are pending at the David K. Johnson Funeral Home, 4424 East Tamiami Trail.
Naples Daily News 16 September 1977
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Beatrice M. Ahern
AHERN—In Arlington, September 29, Beatrice M., sister of Anne and the late Frank Joseph and Catherine Ahern. Funeral from the D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home, 378 Mass. Ave., Arlington, Saturday morning at 8. Funeral Mass in St. Agnes Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Friday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m.
The Boston Globe 30 September 1977
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Julia M. Ahern
Julia M. Ahern, devoted daughter of the late Michael and Nora McCarthy Ahern; dearest sister of Nora Curtis and the late John Ahern; dear aunt of many nieces and nephews. Funeral Saturday, 9 a.m. from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103 St., Oak Lawn to St. Joseph Church, Homewood, Ill. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Visitation after 3 p.m., Thursday. Third Order Member of St. Francis, St. Anthony Fraternity. For public trans. Info. call 636-1193 or Chgo. 735-4242.
Chicago Tribune 7 October 1977
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Ronald J. O'Hern
Ronald J. O'Hern, beloved son of the late Patrick and Mildred O'Hern; devoted brother of Lavern (Calvin) Laird, Muriel (Henry) Gunther, Donald (Marilyn) and Lawrence O'Hern. Visitation after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Funeral Friday, 8:45 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Member of Asbestos Union Local, No. 17. ST 3-7700 or 857-7878.
Chicago Tribune 19 October 1977
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Catherine (Niess) Ahern
Catherine Ahern, nee Niess, beloved wife of the late William J., C.P.D.; loving mother of Richard (Marie) Ahern; fond sister of Barbara and the late George Niess; devoted grandmother of Patricia (Richard) Kudia, Mary Ellen (John) Phelps, Kathleen (Anthony) Saccone, Richard W., Robert J., Judy, Joan, Nancy and William Ahern. Funeral Wednesday, Oct. 26, at 10:30 a.m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63d St., at Washtenaw Avenue, to St. Rita Church. Member of St. Rita Altar and Rosary Society. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. PR 6-8300.
Chicago Tribune 25 October 1977
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Lena Ahearne
AHEARNE (3rd anniversary)—In loving memory of Lena Ahearne (late of Donegal, Clerihan), who died on 21st November 1974. RIP. Too dearly loved to be forgotten by her loving husband, family and sister Margaret. Masses offered.
— unidentifed paper, November 1977
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Margaret Ahern
AHERN (Ardsallagh and Youghal)—On November 3, 1977 at Ardkean Hospital, Waterford, Margaret, beloved wife of the late James Ahern. Deeply mourned by her loving son, daughter, son-in-law, grandchildren, relatives and friends. R.I.P. Removal on this (Friday) evening at 5.0 p.m. to Clashmore Church. Funeral arrangements later.
Evening Echo 4 November 1977
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Daniel G. Ahern
Daniel G. Ahern, 76, of Belmont street, died November 5 in Somerville Hospital after a long illness. A retired Bethlehem Steel machinist, he was born in Charlestown. He was the husband of Claire M. (Walsh), father of George of Medford and Paul of Cambridge, brother of Ann Grellish, Timothy, Frederick, Marion, and Frank Ahern and is also survived by 11 grandchildren and one great-granddaughter. A Mass in St. Catherine's Church followed the funeral from the Keefe Funeral Home. Interment was in Mt. Auburn Cemetery, Cambridge.
The Somerville Journal 10 November 1977
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Elsbeth (Dean) Ahern
Mrs. Elsbeth Ahern of 710 Camino Amigo, Danville, Calif., died Saturday in the Walnut Creek Hospital after a long illness. Born April 12, 1903 in Scio, she was the daughter of Mrs. Charles N. Dean of the Wellsville Nursing Home. She and her husband "Scotty" Ahern resided in Wellsville, and for many years in Larchmont, NY. Upon retirement they moved to Danville, Calif., in 1964. She attended the Ithaca Conservatory of Music, Alfred University, and graduated from Oberlin College. Also surviving is her husband, Dr. T. James Ahern, of Danville, California, two sons: Dr, James K. Ahern of San Diego, California, and Dr. Charles D. Ahern of Smithtown, N.Y., six grandsons and two granddaughters; one sister, Mrs. Virginia D. Potter of Wellsville, two nephews, Nelson Potter of Tracy, California and Joel Potter of Gahanna, Ohio. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Wellsville Daily Reporter 28 November 1977
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David Ahern
IN MEMORIAM—AHERN In sad and loving memory of my beloved husband, David Ahern, late of 1 Rope Walk, Blackrock, who died on December 16, 1974 ; also my darling daughter, Ann, who died on Nov. 17, 1967 aged 6 years.
Evening Echo 16 December 1977
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Barbara "Bobbie" (Ahern) Frietsch
Barbara "Bobbie" Frietsch, nee Ahern, beloved wife of Julius; loving daughter of the late Lafayette and Mildred Ahern; dearest sister of Mildred (Frederick) Cotterell; dear daughter in law of Rose Frietsch; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Active member of the Old Town Triangle Assoc. and Lincoln Park Conservation Community Council. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m. from Grein Funeral Directors, 2114 W. Irving Park Rd., to St. Michael's Church. Mass 10:00 a.m. Visitation after 4:00 p.m. Wednesday. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Lake Forest, Ill. 588-1234
Chicago Tribune 5 January 1978
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John J. Ahearn
John J. Ahearn, retired of Chicago Police Department, beloved husband of the late Veronica Winters Ahearn; loving father of John W. (Dorothy), Dolorice K. (the late Patrick King), Roberta J. (Leonard) Schmidt, the late Margaret M. Hurmuz and Robert J. Ahearn; loving grandfather of 16 and great-grandfather of five. Funeral Monday, 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 4727 W. 103rd St., Oak Lawn, to St. Albert the Great Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Visitation after 1 p.m. Sunday. For public transportation information, call 636-1193 or Chicago 735-4242.
Chicago Tribune 8 January 1978
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Margaret Grace (Williams) Ahearn
AHEARN, Margaret Grace. — February 2, 1978 (suddenly), at hospital, late of 28 Bolton Street, Guildford, loving wife of Raymond (deceased), loving mother of Brian, David, Peter and Wendy, loved daughter of Herbert and Florence Williams.
Sydney Morning Herald 3 February 1978
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Cornelius Michael Ahearn
Cornelius Michael Ahearn, who retired in 1976 as a professor of accountancy at Bernard M. Baruch College, died yesterday in New Rochelle (N.Y.) Hospital. He was 66 years old and lived at 25 Gramercy Place, New Rochelle. Professor Ahearn, who had held the post for five years, had previously been business manager for eight years at City College of New York. He had also taught accountancy at Columbia, Fordham and New York Universities, and was a former controller of the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company of Denver. He had won his A.B. degree at Fordham in 1938 and his M.A. at Columbia in 1940. He was a certified public accountant. Professor Ahearn is survived by his wife, the former Helene M. Seiz; six sons, Cornelius Jr., Brian, Michael, Kevin C., Barry D., Denis S., and Rory Michael; a daughter, Eileen Marie Ahearn, and eight [truncated]

AHEARN — Cornelius M. Sr. on February 3, 1978 of 25 Gramercy Place, New Rochelle, NY. Beloved husband of Helene M. Ahearn. Father of Eileen M., Cornelius M., Jr., Brian F. X., Kevin C., Barry D., Denis S. and Rory M. Ahearn. Reposing Pelham Funeral Home, 64 Lincoln Ave, Pelham, NY. Mass Holy Family Church on Monday at 10AM. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-9 PM.
New York Times 4 February 1978
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William F. Ahern
AHERN—In Arlington, Feb. 28 formerly of Charlestown, William F. Ahern. Beloved husband of Helen (Hegarty), brother of Mrs. Agnes Powers of Andover, Mrs. Anne Young of Cal., Mrs. Catherine Amato of Wakefield and Edwin Ahern of Medford. Funeral from the Frank H. Carr Funeral Home, 220 Bunker Hill St., Charlestown, Friday at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in St. James Church, Arlington at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Visiting hours Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, Arlington. Late retired employee of The City of Boston Traffic Division and member of the Dorchester Lower Mills VFW Post. Parking area adjacent to funeral home.
The Boston Globe 1 March 1978
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William J. Ahearn Jr.
On Tuesday, March 21, 1978, of Rockville, Md. after a prolonged illness, William J. Ahearn Jr., beloved husband of Marlene L. Ahearn; father of Laurie A. and Robert F. Ahearn; son of William J. Ahearn Sr., Staten Island, N.Y. and the late Florence R. Ahearn; brother of Florence M. Mulvaney, Edward J. and David A. Ahearn, all of New York. Friends will be received at Pumphrey's Colonial Funeral Home, 300 W. Montgomery ave. (Rt. 28 just off 1-270) Rockville, Md., on Friday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. where services will be held on Saturday at 10 a.m. Rosary at 4 p.m. Friday. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery, Rockville, Md.
Washington Post 23 March 1978
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Mildred (Agnes) O'Hern
Mildred A. O'Hern, nee Agnes, dearly beloved wife of Eugene; fond mother of Mary Jane McCullough, Eugene Jr. (Carol), Kathleen (Gerald) Wilson and Richard; stepdaughter of Margaret Agnes and the late George; sister of Virginia Holmquist, Lorraine Hupp and the late Harlan Agnes; fond grandmother of six. Funeral Friday, 8:45 a.m., from The Belmont Funeral Home, 7120 W. Belmont Av. Mass 9:30 a.m. at St. William Church. Interment St. Joseph Cemetery. Info. 286-2500. Visitation Thursday noon to 10 p.m.
Chicago Tribune 30 March 1978
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Alice Veronica (O'Haran) Bowcock
BOWCOCK, Alice Veronica (O'Haran). — April 6, 1978, at her residence, 1a Myra Road, Dulwich Hill. May she rest in peace. Privately interred Liverpool Catholic Cemetery.
Sydney Morning Herald 10 April 1978
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Gladys Mary Doreen Ahearn
AHEARN, Gladys Mary Doreen. — May 15, 1978, at hospital, after a long illness, of 22 Abert Street, Edgecliff, dearly loved aunt of John, Richard, Francis and Margaret, devited cousin of Veronica and beloved by her children. May she rest in peace.
Sydney Morning Herald 17 May 1978
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William Dean Ahern
William Ahern died in Presbyterian-St. Lukes Medical Center in Chicago about the 3rd of June 1978. Buried in The Oswego, Ill. Cemetery with full Military Honors
Beacon News June 1978
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Catherine A. (O'Hern) Drury
Catherine A. Drury, nee O'Hern, of Westchester on Thursday, June 8, 1978, beloved wife of the late William J.; loving mother of Catherine M. (John) Kent, Paul W. (Collette), John G. (Luella), William J. and Joseph P. Drury; dear grandmother of seven; fond sister of Francis O'Hern, Helen Knox, Eugene and George O'Hern. Funeral Friday at 10:30 a.m. from the Westchester Funeral Home, 10501 W. Cermak Rd. to Divine Infant Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment All Saints. All services private. 562-5900
Chicago Tribune 9 June 1978
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Catherine (Kane) Ahern
Mrs. Catherine (Kane) Ahern of Arlington, formerly of Cambridge, died June 18 in Otis General Hospital. She had resided here all her life until moving to Arlington and was widow of Joseph. She leaves two daughters, Doris Caroselli of Arlington and Rita Young of Quincy; a son, Albert of Quincy; two sisters Martha Cabral and Theresa Mangano, both of Cambridge; a brother, Charles Kane of Arlington; seven grandchildren and eight great-granchildren. The funeral was Wednesday from the John C. Burns and Sons Funeral Home with Mass in St. James Church, Arlington. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Malden.
Cambridge Chronicle 22 June 1978
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Mary Frances Ahern
Lifelong Arlington resident Frances M. Ahern, 91, of 21 Webster st. died June 24th at home after a long illness. Miss Ahern was born in Arlington and was a retired supervisor of the Mass. Division of Employment Security. She was a charter member and Past Grand Regent of Court St. Agnes 141, Arlington Emblem Club 46, Mass. Order of Foresters and Arlington Catholic Women's Club. She was an active entertainer and singer in town for many years. She was the daughter of the late Dennis and Margaret (Lane), sister of the late Robert J. Ahern and Marguerite Russell, sister-in-law of M. Elizabeth (Betty) Ahern. A funeral mass was celebrated June 27 in St. Agnes' Church. Father O'Sullivan officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were made by the D. W. Grannan and Son Funeral Home.
The Arlington Advocate 29 June 1978
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James Edward "Ted" Ahern
AHERN, "Ted" James Edward. — July 22, 1978, at hospital, late of Bexley, dearly loved husband of Winifred, loved father of Brenda and Elaine, fond father-in-law of Bert and John, dear grandfather of Jacqueline, Robyn, Jennifer, Anthony, Gary, Leah and Kylie. At rest. Please see Tuesday's Herald for funeral notice.
Sydney Morning Herald 24 July 1978
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Bernard J. Ahern
Bernard J. Ahern, Aug. 10, 1978, husband of Mary; son of Kathryn (McCann) and the late John; brother of John K., Loretta and Helen Muha. Funeral Saturday, 10:30 a.m., from the Jaeger Funeral Home, 3526 N. Cicero Av., to St. Viator Church. Mass 11 a.m. Interment Calvary. Visitation after 3 p.m. Friday. 545-1320.
Chicago Tribune 11 August 1978
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Kathleen Ahearn
Kathleen Ahearn, formerly of South Shore, beloved sister of Helen O'Brien, Vera Cullen, Robert W. (Anna) Ahearn, Donald W. (Maryjo) Ahearn and the late Joseph P. and William Cyril Ahearn; fond daughter of the late William J. and Ellen M. (Gallagher) Ahearn. Funeral Monday, 8:45 a.m. from the Brown Funeral Home, 2939 E. 95th. St. to St. Victor Church, Calumet City, 9:30 mass. Visitation Sunday 1 to 9 p.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 768-0155.
Chicago Tribune 26 August 1978
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Daphne Stella [Ahern] Lawson
LAWSON, Daphne Stella. — September 6, 1978 (nee Ahern), at hospital, late of Lidcombe, dearly loved wife of the late Bernard Ahern and Clifford Lawson, loving mother of Victor (Bill), Doreen Lynn and Leon (Bob), anbd fond mother-in-law of Norma, Len, June and Maree, dear grandmother and great-grandmother of their families.
Sydney Morning Herald 8 September 1978
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William J. O'Hearn
William J. O'Hearn, 62, died September 20 in Cambridge Hospital after a long illness. He was the husband of the late Evelyn (Quinn) O'Hearn and father of Dorothy Sawyer of Medford and R. William Sheehan of Malden. He is survived by five grandchildren. Born in Somerville, he was a former wharehouseman for the First National Stores. A Mass in St. Catherine's Church followed the funeral from the Daniel F. O'Brien Funeral Home. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett.
The Somerville Journal 28 September 1978
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John Francis "Jack" O'Hern
John Francis (Jack) O'Hern, loving father of John, Michael and Lisa Marie; beloved son of Ruth and Frank O'Hern; dear brother of Richard, Francis, Daniel, Terrence, Virginia and Judith. In lieu of formal services, his family will appreciate memorials to the University of Illinois School of Nursing at 845 S. Damen, Chicago, Ill. 60612. Inquiries to Rich O'Hern at 652-3658.
Chicago Tribune 23 October 1978
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Winifred (Towhill) Ahearn
OSTERVILLE — A funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of the Assumption Church here for Winifred (Towhill) Ahearn, who died Wednesday at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. She was 67. Mrs. Ahearn was born in Northampton and lived in Wakefield from 1948 to 1972 before moving to Cape Cod. She was a self-employed designer and maker of women's clothes until she retired in 1951. After that she took up oil painting, despite being handicapped by severe rheumatoid arthritis. Mrs. Ahearn was a communicant of Our Lady of the Assumption Church. She is survived by a sister, Alice J. Winship of Falmouth, three nephews and eight neices. Burial will be in Mosswood Cemetery in Catuit.
The Boston Globe 3 November 1978
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Margaret H. (Murphy) Ahern
Margaret H. Ahern, nee Murphy, beloved wife of the late Thomas J.; loving mother of Margaret (Thomas, M.D.) Moore, Mary Jane (Edward) Houlihan and Thomas B. (Rosalia); grandmother of 11; dearly devoted friend of Bea Dunne; fond sister of the late Nora Ahern and Molly McCormick. Funeral Thursday, Feb. 1, at 10:30 a.m., from her funeral home, 1110 Madison St., Oak Park, to St. Edmund Church. Mass of the Resurrection 11 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation after 4 p.m. Tuesday and from 3 to 10 p.m. Wednesday. EU 3-5700 or KE 3-2394.
Chicago Tribune 31 January 1979
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Winifred Anne Ahearn
AHEARN, Winifred Anne. — February 18, 1979, at hospital, late of Kingsford, dearly loved wife of Harold, loved mother of Kathleen and Joseph, loved sister and sister-in-law of Gwen and Tony Bartlett, Peg and Bill Mazoudice, aged 55 years. For funeral particulars please see Wednesday's Herald.
Sydney Morning Herald 20 February 1979
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Kathleen C. "Kay" (Lynch) Ahern
Kathleen Ahern, nee Lynch, beloved wife of James J.; dear mother of Kathy; fond daughter of Charlotte and the late Charles Lynch; sister of Peter, Charles and Leroy. Funeral Wednesday, 9 a.m., from Ridge Funeral Home, 6620 W. Archer, corner of Natoma to St. Daniel the Prophet Church. Interment Resurrection. Visitation Monday, 4 to 10 p.m. and Tuesday 2 to [sic] In lieu of flowers memorials to St. Theresa Society of the Little Flower, 11343 S. Michigan, Chicago, Il. Are requested. 586-7900.
Chicago Tribune 27 February 1979
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Michael D. Ahern Jr.
Michael D. Ahern Jr., suddenly, age 36, beloved son of Michael and Bridget, nee McIntyre; devoted brother of Mary Lou, Kevin (Mary), Margaret (Gordon) Zahrenhusen and Colette (John) Connolly; many nieces and nephews. Funeral Wednesday, March 7, at 10:30 a.m., from Sullivan Funeral Home, 2701 W. 63rd St., at Washtenaw Ave., to St. Rita Church. Interment Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. In lieu of flowers masses appreciated. PR 6-8300.
Chicago Tribune 6 March 1979
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Catherine A. Ahern
Miss Catherine A. Ahern, 82, a retired Providence school teacher, died yesterday at Hallworth House, Providence, after two months' illness. She was a teacher at the George W. West School for 42 years, retiring in 1963. Miss Ahern was born in Providence Oct. 9, 1896, a daughter of the late Daniel and Mary A. (O'Rourke) Ahern. She had lived in North Providence for the past 10 years and previously lived in Providence. She was a member of the third order of St. Dominic, the Providence Teachers Association and the National Retired Teachers Association. She is survived by several cousins, nieces and nephews, all of whom live in Providence and Warwick. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 8 a.m. from the Russell J. Boyle Funeral Home, 331 Smith St., Providence, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 in St. Lawrence Church, Woonasquatucket Avenue, Centredale. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery, Pawtucket.
The Providence Journal 7 March 1979
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Eleanor T. Ahern
On Wednesday, March 14, 1979, Eleanor T. Ahern, of Silver Spring, Md., Beloved wife of Francis Eugene Ahern; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends may call at the Collins Funeral Home, 500 University blvd. W., Silver Spring, Md. (parking on premises), Thursday, 7 to 9 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Michael's Church, 805 Wayne ave. Silver Spring, Md., on Friday, March 16, at 9 a.m. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be made to Little Sisters of The Poor, 601 Maiden Choice la., Baltimore, Md.
Washington Post 15 March 1979
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Joseph E. O'Hern
Joseph E. O'Hern, beloved husband of the late Marie Powers O'Hern and the late Genevieve Baker O'Hern; loving father of Mary Joan (Stephen) Tamborski; dear grandfather of Nellmarie and Paul; fond brother in law of Marie Meiner, Jean Oswald and Sis O'Hern Brown. Funeral Thursday, 9:15 a.m., from Blake-Lamb Funeral Home, 1035 N. Dearborn St., to Holy Name Cathedral. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation from noon until 10 p.m. Wednesday. The family requests no flowers. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the American Society would be appreciated. Indoor parking available at chapel. 735-4242.
Chicago Tribune 28 March 1979
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Joseph E. O'Hern
Services have been held for Joseph E. O'Hern, 76, former owner of Engineware Distributing Co., Inc., automotive warehouse distributor, 17 E. 23rd St. Mr. O'Hern, of 1030 N. State St., died Monday in Mercy Hospital. He had founded Engineware in 1954 and had been active in the firm until selling it in 1977. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mary Joan Tamborski, and two grandchildren.
Chicago Tribune 31 March 1979
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Catherine V. (O'Hern) Smith
Catherine V. O'Hern Smith, dearly beloved wife of the late James F.; devoted mother of Catherine M. (the late Charles) Herrington, Mary (Al) Kommer, James F. Jr., Delores (John) Davis, Edward (Rose) Smith, Patricia (James) Boney and William (Maureen) Smith; dear grandmother of 16; great-grandmother f 13; loving sister of Mary (Thomas) Donnelly. Visitation after 2 p.m. Thursday. Funeral Friday 9:15 a.m. from the Sheehy Funeral Home Inc., 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. John Fisher Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, mass contributions would be appreciated. ST3-7700 or 857-7878.
Chicago Tribune 24 May 1979
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Margaret C. (O'Hern) Wolski
Margaret C. Wolski, nee O'Hern, loving wife of the late Raymond J.; dear mother of Raymond (Vivian) and Ronald (Mary) Wolski; grandmother of seven; sister of Mary. Funeral Friday, 9:15 a.m., from Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State Rd. (5500 W.), to St. Dennis Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment St. Mary's. Visitation Thursday 12-10 p.m. 636-2320.
Chicago Tribune 14 June 1979
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Francis William Ahern
AHERN, Francis William. — June 19, 1979, late of Ryde, beloved brother of Josephine Richards and Hugh (Jerry Ahearn [sic]). Funeral service at Rockhampton, Qld., June 22.
Sydney Morning Herald 22 June 1979
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Della (O'Leary) Ahern
Della Ahern, nee O'Leary, beloved wife of the late Jerimiah; loving mother of Mary Ellen (George) Strumpf, Geraldine O'Malley, Elizabeth (Vincent) Venckus and Jerimiah (Margaret) Ahern; grandmother of 10; great-grandmother of four. Funeral Friday, 9:30 a.m., from the McInerney Funeral Home, 7901 S. Komensky, to St. Gabriel Church. Mass 10:30 a.m. Visitation Thursday only, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. In lieu of flowers, masses preferred. Interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 585-0702.
Chicago Tribune 19 July 1979
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John M. Aherne
John M. Aherne, a Wall Street lawyer with the firm of Brigham, Engler, Jones & Houston, died Sunday in St. Anthony's Hospital, St. Petersburg, Fla., after a long illness. He was 78 years old and had lived in St. Petersburg since he retired six years ago. Mr. Aherne had been associated with the New York concern for 45 years. A widow, he is survived by a daughter, Ann P. Aherne of St. Petersburg.
New York Times 23 August 1979
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Kimberly Ahern
Kimberly Ahern, loving daughter of James C.P.D. and Sharon, nee Groah; dear sister of James Jr., Timothy and Mickey; granddaughter of Nora Ahern and Gene and Mildied Groah. Funeral Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., from Lawn Funeral Home, 7909 State Rd., (5500 W.) to St. Bede the Venerable Church. Mass 10 a.m. Interment Holy Sepulcher 636-2320.
Chicago Tribune 10 September 1979
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Patricia E. (Kelleher) Ahearn
A funeral Mass for Mrs. Patricia E. (Kelleher) Ahearn, 58, prominent in North Shore visiting nurse activities, will be said Wednesday at 2 p.m. at St. Theresa's Church, North Reading. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. Mrs. Ahearn, who lived on Chestnut street, North Reading, died at home Sunday after a long illness. Born in Beverly, she attended schools there and graduated from the Danvers Hospital School of Nursing. She also attended Northeastern University. She was a Navy nurse during World War II and did volunteer work for many years at Danvers State Hospital and Chelsea Naval Hospital. She leaves her husband, Maurice F. Ahearn Jr.; a son, Maurice Ahearn III of Chicago; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Jeanne Perkins of Merrimack and Mrs. Elaine Foley of Beverly; and a brother, John C. Kelleher Jr., also of Beverly.
The Boston Globe 25 September 1979
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Nora (McNelis) Ahern
Nora McNelis Ahern, beloved wife of the late James L. Ahern; devoted mother of Margaret Ahern (Pierre) de Vise; loving sister of Susan McAuley, the late Lawrence and Patrick McNelis, Margaret O'Donnell, Agnes Dunne and Lucy Quail. Visitation after 3 p.m. Friday. Funeral Saturday, 8:45 a.m., from the Sheehy Funeral Home, Inc., 10727 S. Pulaski Rd., to St. Christina Church. Mass 9:30 a.m. Interment Queen of Heaven Cemetery. Native of Straleel, County Donegal, Ireland. In lieu of flowers, kindly make contributions to the American Cancer Society. ST 3-7700 or 857-7878.
Chicago Tribune 23 November 1979
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