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Erin Moira O'Hara — An Award Winning Author, Erin Moira O'Hara lives in the hills above Newcastle, Australia. She writes romantic fantasy and romantic suspense but always with a touch of comedy and is a member of the Romance Writers of Australia and Romance Writers of New Zealand. Her books include Precious Gems, The Kalista Diamond, The Knight of Castle Kildare, and An Irish Rose.
Julie O'Hara has been active in jazz for almost twenty years, growing
up in Melbourne, Australia, performing with Big Bands, gypsy swing,
traditional jazz, R&B swing, bebop and vocalese.
Singer-actor John O'Hara
Affectionately known as ‘Australia’s John O’Hara’, John is an in demand actor, singer and radio host.
O’Hara Family Association
of Killinkere Parish
O’Hara Family Association of Killinkere Parish, County Cavan,
Ireland & NSW, Australia; provides locations of the 49
townlands, 1857 locations of O’Hara farms, and family history
Descendants of Thomas O'Hara (1831-1896) of County Cavan and Australia — Thomas O'Hara born 17 May 1831 in County Cavan, Ireland; died 8 Sep 1896 at Plainfield, Glen Innes, NSW, Australia; buried 10 Sep 1896 3 in C of E Section (Grave A5 & 6) of Glen Innes Cemetery. He married on 7 Jul 1852 in Killinkere Church of Ireland, Co. Cavan, Ireland, his first cousin Sarah O'Hara born circa 1831; died 4 Jun 1881 6 in Glen Innes, NSW, Australia, buried with her husband in Glen Innes Cemetery, daughter of Samuel O'Hara and Elizabeth Jordan of Greaghadossan, Killinkere, Co. Cavan, Ireland.
Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land — A Story of Australian Life’ By Rosa Praed (1915); Books I, II and III. This book has been put on-line as part of the Build-a-Book Initiative at the Celebration of Women Writers (Editor: Mary Mark Ockerbloom).
Robert O'Hara Burke (1821-1861) — Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills were the first men to cross Australia from south to north. They both died of starvation in tragic circumstances on the banks of Coopers Creek. From David Hugh Reilly's web site.
Australian poet and schoolmaster John Bernard (1862–1927) — John Bernard O'Hara was born on 29 October 1862 at Sandhurst (Bendigo), Victoria, son of Irish parents Patrick Kelly O'Hara, teacher, and his wife Mary Ann, née Connelly ... Citation from: Margaret M. Pawsey, 'O'Hara, John Bernard (1862–1927)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, published first in hardcopy 1988.
Pat O'Hara Wood (b. April 30, 1891, d. December 3, 1961) — was an Australian male tennis player. He is best known for his two victories at the Australian championships in 1920 and '23 — from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
O'Haras Resort Hotel in Prospect Vale, Australia — O'Hara's Resort Hotel is 800 metres from the Launceston Casino and right next door to the Country Club Golf Course, 15 minutes from the airport and 10 minutes north of Launceston.
Convict Records of
This website allows you to search the British Convict transportation register for convicts transported to Australia between 1787-1867. Information available includes name of convict, known aliases, place convicted, port of departure, date of departure, port of arrival, and the source of the data. Browse by Surname, Year of Transportation, Ship Name, or Try A Search, or Add a Convict. 28 convicts are filed under O'Hara (Ohara).
Musician: Norma O'Hara Murphy
Welcome to Norma's website! It all began in 1982 with her Gelding- Tobin Bronze! ... over thirty years down the track and she is still still writing songs
O'Hara Murphy - The Best Of Me
Newly released (2012) CD from Golden Guitar Winner Norma O'Hara Murphy which contains all your favourite songs.
O'Hara Murphy - Performing At The Capitol Theatre Tamworth
Norma O'Hara Murphy performing on the 25th January 2012, live at the Capitol Theatre in Tamworth.
O'Hara Murphy - Golden Guitar Winner
Another compilation of some of the best songs from the Australian Country Music Singer/Songwriter.
Star Australian jockey Kathy O'Hara.
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