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Lots of O'Haras out there! I'd like too say HELLO to ALL the O'Hara's Families.
My name is Quinn M. O'Hara. I live in West Covina CA, Southern California. I am 27 yrs of age, with 1 son Cody Tyler O'Hara, 2 1/2 yrs of age.
Quinn M. O'Hara
by Quinn M. O'Hara
277. I am looking for relativies or ancestors of O'Hara from Neale Killimor Ballinasloe co Galway Ireland
Brendan P O'Hara
by brendan p ohara
278. Ernest (Ernie) J O'Hara of Ulster Terrace, Dublin, Ireland
I am trying to find family in Dublin, Ireland. Anybody withinformation about my father Ernest (Ernie) J O'Hara please write back.
Ryan Francis O'Hara
by Ryan Francis O'Hara
279. Looking for a lost friend Michael O'Hara in Toronto
Hoping someone might be able to help me.
I lost touch with Michael O'Hara in Toronto a couple years ago and wondered whether anyone out there knew him and could perhaps let him know? I lost all his info when my HD crashed but remember he owned video store(s) and had a daughter Karen and son Brendan. I wasn't able to find him when I was in Toronto in May 05.
Can anyone help? You can send info via my email. Thanks,
280. I did not know that there were so many of us over here. Hello to all fellow O'Hara's out there.
by Ernest John O'Hara
281. My missing persons: Felix and Margaret O'Hara (b. c. 1845)
Anyone know of a Felix and Margaret O'Hara both born in Ireland 1845(?) Married in New York city 1875. Thanks...
by Joan Jasinski
282. O'Hara's of the world gather and take control, we're unstoppable. One, most of us are Irish, two we're numerous, and three we're O'Haras.....
James Ryan O'Hara, St. Cloud Mn.
by James Ryan O'Hara
283. Did Jo (or Joe) O'Hara stationed at St Audries camp, or Perry Farm, Somerset, UK, 1943, 1944, survive the World War Two ?
by Gordon Hudson
284. My father grew up in Greenfield MA. I am looking for any information on the family. I know they came over prior to the civil war since I have relatives who fought in the war.
by Brian O'Hara
285. Looking for relatives in New Hampshire and all over the world
My Name is Bruce O'Hara. I am looking for relatives all over the world. I know that My Father is John Terrel O'Hara. My Grandfather is Richard Edward O'Hara. My Great Grandfather is Frank O'Hara. I have a Great Great Uncle Charles O'Hara who holds the record on Mount Washington, New Hampshire, for the fastest time up the mountain on a horse drawn wagon.
If you are realated to any of these people let me know.
by Bruce O'Hara
286. Looking for a Michael O'Hara living in County Meath, Ireland (1917)
My father James O`Hara was born in Navan, county Meath, Ireland, in 1917 and moved to Liverpool, England in the late 1930's. I am seeking any information about his father Michael O`Hara who died in Navan.
by James O'Hara
287. Roger and Bridget O'Hara from Tubercurry, Co Sligo, Ireland
I am seeking information on my great-great-grandfather and grandmother, Roger and Bridget O'Hara. They were married in Tubercurry, County Sligo, Ireland on 31.10.1844. Roger was born 24.12.1814 in the same town--I would love to know his parents/siblings names. Bridget's maiden name was Gilmore. They traveled to Brookfield, Massachusetts around 1847. I would love to know the name of the ship, etc.
Any resources would be appreciated! Thanks!
by Ed Begley
288. still hoping ! does annyone know of felix and margaret ohara both born in ireland around 1845 married in nyc in 1875 ?
by Joan Jasinski
289. Christmas Holiday Wishes from the O'Hara's of Leixlip, Kildare, Ireland
From: Rena, Arthur, Joanne, Arthur Jnr., Karen and Kathryn
by Arthur O'Hara
290. My lost O'Hara family from Liverpool
Hello fellow O'Haras! I live in Sweden, but was born in Liverpool. My Dad, Michael O'Hara was born 1920 in Liverpool. He died in 1990. He came from a big family, with roots in Co. Mayo so I've heard. All of them, his sister's and brothers and parents are long dead. Are there any cousins or other relatives surviving who could get in touch with me? My dad served in World War 2. His father's name was Bernard and his mother was Mary. They lived in Norris Geen, Liverpool. He had a sister named Kitty, another named Nora, a brother named Gerald and one named Arthur. All are lost to me. Does anyone recognise this family?
Blessings and love to all O'Haras, from Trollhättan, Sweden,
by Esther O'Hara
291. The O'Hora/O'Hara connection
Hi to all you who share our hertiage, My father Terry and brother Joe, were scotsmen (deceased) and emmigrated to Australia late 1940s. I have Uncles who are O'Hora's and Also O'Hara's so how confused do you think we are; the story we have been told that great grand pop? left Ireland wanted by the constabulary and changed his name to loose himself in scotland, but as things quitened down he changed his name again, is this possible you think???? Our family history is slowly dissapearing as all the old realatives pass on.
I stumbled on the site by accident and am pleased to see that "we" are still connected. I now live in Perth, Western Australia, where I am ensuring the continuity of the name, regards and a Happy New year for 2006 to you all,
Chris O'Hora "The Camel Whisperer" Perth Western Australia
by Chris O'Hora
292. From an Irish O'Hara living in Spain — Just to be included in list of O'Haras.
by Frank O'Hara (2)
293. just to wish all the oharas worldwide a happy new year HEALTH WEALTH AND HAPPINESS TO YOU ALL.
by Sandy O'Hara
294. Tracing Family Tree
Well hello to you all. I am trying to trace my family tree but don't know were to begin. My grandparents emigrated to England in the early 1950's and my parents, with myself, emigrated to Canada 1966.
by Christopher O'Hara (2)
295. Ryan Mitchell O'Hara - I am his fiance and I want to take him to Ireland - any suggestions? emails appreciated - please title Ryan O'Hara
296. The story of Congressman James Grant O'Hara (1925-1989)
Hi, My Dad and I were talking about the days he worked for Congressman O'Hara in Mount Clemens, Michigan, and I wondered where I could find a complete story on his life and accomplishments.
Please pass along any info you might have. Thanks,
Link: Arlington Natiomal Cemetery Website
by Dan Newman
297. Hello to my extended family ... all the O'Hara's of the world
My Father Stanley A. was born to Leo and Mary O'Hara in 1918, in Saint John NB. Stanley passed in 1964. My family Jacque (wife), Stephen II and Meghan carry on the Irish tradition of living life not just watching it pass. Looking forward to visiting Ireland some time in the near future.
God Bless you all.
Stephen Gerard O'Hara
by Stephen Gerard O'Hara
298. The family motto “Virtute et Claritate”
I read some messages about the family motto on this site. The motto, or at least one of them I believe is "Virtute et Claritate". I do not know latin, but to me the literal translation is "With Virtue and Clarity". An English translation that I read on another site is "To be, not to pretend", or "Not to seem, but to be".
It would be good to have some agreement on the correct English version of it. I have taken Claritas to mean just that, clarity, or truthfulness, or honesty. Noble words indeed, but would they work today? My contribution for what it may be worth is "With Courage and Honesty".
Best wishes cousins,
Wellington, New Zealand
by Brian O'Hara
299. My family, all O'Haras
Quinton James O'Hara Born 31 Finley Street Ligoniel, Belfast, Northern Ireland, on the 16th July 1952,
My Father is Quinton, my Mother is Elsie, my wife is Patrica. We have Three children: Justin, Stewart and Victoria.
We live in Bangor, County Down, Northern Ireland.
by Quinton James O'Hara
300. My great grandfather John O'Hara, born in Fintona, county Tyrone (c. 1855)
My great grandfather John O'Hara was born in Fintona, County Tyrone, Ireland around 1855. His father was James O'Hara. John emmigrated to NZ in 1875. He had a brother James who went to America and was not heard from again. His sister Sarah also emigrated to NZ around 1879. Any info would be appreciated
by Barbara Sinclair
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