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Ken O'Hara, chief executive of the ESB photographed with Karen Fricker, one of the judges, and Maeve Donovan, managing director of The Irish Times at the Irish Times/ESB Irish Theatre Awards in Dublin on Sunday night. The Irish Times, February 12, 2002.

Coopershill House is a fine Georgian mansion, which has been home to seven generations of the O’Hara family since it was built in 1774.

Mornington House, Mullingar, Co Westmeath is owned by Anne & Warwick O'Hara. The O'Haras have an easy way of making guests feel at home. They chat with them in the drawing room after dinner and put a lot of trouble into helping them with their activites and sightseeing in this unspoiled region.

Mornington, home to the O’Haras’s since 1858 Set in an unexplored corner of Westmeath, with its charming landscape of rolling hills, ancient forests and sparkling lakes, Mornington is part of the real hidden Ireland, away from the tourist hordes, yet just 60 miles from Dublin.

Mr Fran O’Hara holds B.E and M.Sc, degrees in Electronic Engineering from University College, Dublin (1985) and Trinity College, Dublin (1990) respectively. With over fourteen years experience Fran has worked with Philips Research Laboratories (Netherlands), Telectronic Pacing Systems (Australia) and Q-SET (Ireland). In 1996 he formed his own company “Insight Consulting Ltd” which provides Software Process Improvement Services. He has worked with a number of organisations supporting their CMM-based improvement programmes - page of the South Australian Software Engineering Resource Centre of Software Engineering Australia.

Arthur O'Hara's ‘Information NetWork’ Information NetWork Website containing interesting topics and services relating to peoples logical needs from the World Wide Web. Compiled and constructed by Arthur O'Hara. Web design and construction services available.

Arthur O'Hara's brother Garda Tom O’Hara is captain of the County Mayo police Golf Team. His team won the Garda Connacht-Ulster Championship at Claremorris Golf Club last week. They are now in the semi-final and hope to win the All-Ireland contest. From ‘The Western People’ Bulletin Board, May 22, 2002.

Karen O'Hara Ladies soccer player and creator of a web site for Leixlip United Girls Football Club (County Kildare) under 16's .

Rev. Father Eamonn O'Hara is a regular visitor from his parish in England to his home in Cloongoonagh, Co. Sligo. Fr. Eamonn who was a great footballer in his day and played for his parish and county still enjoys a game of golf, on the local courses in Enniscrone and Tubbercurry. From ‘The Western People Bulletin’ Board, August 22, 2002.

Breandan O' hEaghra writes for the Irish-Language Global Magazine ‘Cumasc’. Quote: "Fáilte go Cumasc, an iris idirghníomhach ar líne do lucht labhartha na Gaeilge ar fud na cruinne".

O'Hara's Celtic Stout is a product of the Carlow Brewing Company, Ireland.

O'Hara's Celtic Stout (2) Championship trophy and Gold Medal Draught Winner at the Millenium Brewing Industry International Awards, O'Hara's Celtic Stout is a full bodied and luxuriously smooth stout. Brewed by Carlow Brewing Company, Ireland

O’Hara’s Celtic Stout (3) "Deep black, just a touch of ruby where the light comes through at the bottom. Tan, puffy head -- a good 3/4 of an inch. Aroma muted and not pronounced. Somewhat astringent coffee tastes, roasted malts seem more subtle than some Dry Stouts." From

East Clare Lakes - O'Hara's Lake & Lough Nacronia These are two small coarse fisheries located south of Lough Bridget. The lakes are separated by the O'Callaghans Mills road and are well worth a visit. Both lakes have all species of coarse fish present.

Lake O'Hara's O'Haras Lake can be found east of the R467, between L.Nacronia and Bridget Lake.

O'Haras of Foxford O'Haras Bakery at Foxford, Co. Mayo, Ireland.

Phil O'Hara, O'Hara's of Foxford Irish National Hygiene Aawards 2000: Joint Supreme Award - Bakery Category.

Paddy O'Hara Gutters Seamless Gutters Fascia and Soffit ~ product range, company history, samples of work ~ company located near Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo, Ireland.

Tony O'Hara was appointed (May, 1998) to head up the Bentley Systems, Incorporated (Exton, PA) office in Ireland. Tony brings with him many years experience in the engineering information technology (IT), computer-aided design, geoengineering and GIS markets in Ireland. Before joining Bentley, Tony spent several years as Computing Sales Manager for ESBI Computing, one of Ireland's leading information technology companies. He also held the position of Sales Manager at Intergraph (NASDAQ:INGR) Ireland. Prior to that Tony spent five years as Sales Manager at Paradigm Technology.

Mary O'Hara~ Musical Voice of Ireland ~ She has recorded 23 long-playing albums, some of them becoming best sellers and has also written 3 best-selling books. Her autobiography 'The Scent of the Roses', sold over a million copies.

Sandra O'Hara's - The Irish Connection.Quote: "Music has been a tradition in Irish families for many many years. Whether it's the bodhran, tin whistle or harp, someone in every Irish family is bound to play a musical instrument".

Dan O'Hara Homestead & Pre-famine Farm is built on the original site of the home of Dan from Connemara renowned in the popular ballad all over the world. Dan O Hara lived with his wife and seven children in a cottage shadowed by the Twelve Bens. The family were self sufficient on 8 acres of land and lived a simple but happy lifestyle. The main part of the farm was given over to the potato crop and they kept a variety of animals on the farm. ©Dan O' Hara Ltd (Martin & Nora Walsh), Lettershea, Clifden, Co.Galway, Ireland

Dan O'Hara's Farmhouse (2) is a smart yellow-painted house located at Clifden, Co. Galway, Republic of Ireland.

Conamara Heritage and History Centre and Dan O'Hara's Homestead (3) Lettershea, Clifden, County Galway, a "unique opportunity to travel back in time is offered at this award winning centre. It includes a Neolithic tomb, Dolmen Crannog, Pre-Famine Farm and a History and Audi Visual room. Guided tour via carriage. Tearoom, crafts shop with exclusive aran handmade knitwear. Dogs on leads outside only". London Guide © Associated Newspapers Ltd.

The O'Hara's Ireland Home Page "I have just returned from my first trip to Ireland...and it was GREAT! ".

Patricia O'Hara is author of: Partners in Production? : Women, Farm and Family in Ireland. Publication Date: March 1998, Publisher: Berghahn Books.

The O'Carolan tune "Colonel O'Hara" probably commemorates Sir Charles O'Hara, a native of Mayo. He was an officer in Spain and on January 10, 1706 was raised to the peerage of Ireland as Baron Tyrawly. He commanded a wing at the battle of Almanza and remained on the Pennisula until the end of the war. Later he was conmmander-in-chief of Ireland's forces. He died at the age of eighty-four on June 8, 1724.

Anne O'Hara "Architecture - Mobility - Living": Page of the National College of Art and Design, Dublin.

Ken O'Hara remains Chief Executive of the ESB, the Irish semi-state utility company - An ‘Irish Times’ Report, Wednesday, February 21, 2001.

Ken O’Hara (2) Chief executive of the ESB has fought off the bid to remove him, after intensive discussions on the company's strategic plan - ‘Ireland Plus’ news web site report (21/2/2001).

Bernard O'Hara and Nollaig ÓMuraíle's ‘County Mayo: An Outline History’.

Jim O'Hara is joint author of ‘Drawing Conclusions: A Cartoon History of Anglo-Irish Relations 1798-1998’.

Timothy O'Hara Location: Coopershill Farm, Riverstown, Sligo; Services: Vegetable Processing Project; Business Categories: Food / Beverages Services. Information provided by, a network of websites providing information on companies in Ireland.

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