Eighteenth century member of Irish House of Commons Charles O'Hara (died 1776) Charles OHara, of Nymphsfield, Co. Sligo, was a friend and correspondent of Edmund Burke and corresponding with the Burkes throughout the 1760s. Princess Grace Irish Library (Monaco)
Charles O'Hara Esq. (1715-1776) is listed in: «Review of the House of Commons», 1774.
Dominick O'Hara wrote in the guest book on September 18, 2009: Hi All, Just came across this website, congratulations and keep it up. I have a family tree going back to the 1880's with about ten O'Haras from Coolgraine, Foxford Co Mayo. I need to figure out how to scan it and send it on. We had a reunion two years ago and was represented by five generation which was nice. Although born in Foxford Co, Mayo, I live in Clonmel Tipperary since 1979. I have two sons who played GAA football for Tipperary - What a waste of Mayo Blood !. I was a member of Clonmel Corporation 1987 to 1992 and served as Mayor Of Clonmel 1990-1991 as a member of the Fine Gael Party. Keep up the good work Dominick O'Hara PC.
Dominick O'Hara wrote under "Letters" on October 5, 2009: Tommy O'Hara was my father's (John) first cousin and was a memeber of the Irish Parliment, the Dail, in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. His biography is a follows: Born 20 July 1911, died 5 April 1984; Unscuccesful candidate in the 1943 and 1944 general election as an Independent in Mayo North; Elected in 1951 election, Mayo North constituency, for the "Clann Na Talmhan" party, was re-elected in 1954 but was unsuccessful in 1957 and 1961; Successful in new Constituency of Mayo East as a Candidate for the "Fine Gael" party in 1965 and 1969 but failed in 1973 and retired then from national politics. Please contact me with any information. We want to know more about our O'Hara family.