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This famous Irish clan originates from County Sligo before the 10th century a.d. It is said that they descend from Eaghra, chief of Leyny, and a member of the household of Ollum, King of Munster. In the 14th century the clan was split into two septs, and the chiefs of each branch were known as O'Hara Buide (the brown faced one) and O'Hara Reagh, the rough faced one! The centre of each sept was at the villages of Colloney and Ballyharry, a transposed spelling of 'Ballyhara'. The O'Hara clan were very large landlords in Sligo, at one time having over 20,000 acres at Coopers Hill and Annaghmore...
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    Hello. Searching for info on my grandmother, Anna (aka Annie) O'Hara, born in 1895 in Kilglass. She immigrated to the US (Brooklyn, NY) and married John Heavey. In a prayer book of hers from 1912, there's an obituary of Thomas Kenny who died in the US on September 30, 1918. Thomas was the son of the late Peter and Ellen Kenny (in Ireland), brother of Mrs. Mary Godfrey, Nellie, Margaret, Michael, Patrick, and five other brothers, unamed.
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    Mary Frances O'Hara Landm

    In 1871 My Great grandfather, Patrick O'Hara, (b March 17th 1870, d July 4th 1896) came over from Ireland and was the youngest of 10 children. The family first settled in Boston. At some point Patrick (& maybe other family) moved to Philadelphia. Patrick is found in the 1889 Philly city directory & was living at 2739 Oxford in N. Philly, in the house of James O'Hara. (Relationship unknown.) Patrick married Margaret Carberry on June 3rd, 1891 at St. Elizabeth's Catholic church in N. Philly. Church marriage record names of his parents as John & Sabina O'Hara. Patrick & Margaret had 2 children. John(b,1892) & Edward(b.1894). 
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    Karen O'Hara

    Saying hello from New Orleans, Louisiana (The Irish Channel).  My great, great grandfather came from Killoe Parish, Longford.  That is all I know about his Ireland story.
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    Anne O'Hara

    My Paternal family includes John O'Hara from Londonderry.  He was brought to the new world by Quartermaster Gen James O'Hara (the relation never proven).  He my have lived briefly in Pittsburgh / Fort Pitt before making his way to western Kentucky.
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    Trying to find the father of John Joseph O'Hara 1913-1980, Died in Birmingham
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    Kevin O'Hara

    Looking for information on Thomas O'Hara of Strabane, County Tyrone (1783-1853), came to America around 1820. Rumored to be the nephew of James O'Hara, who fought George Washington's army and lived in Pittsburgh.
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    Thomas O’Hara b. Abt 1931. d. 1882 st. Louis, mo. Usa
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    Patricia A O'Hara

    My father was named after his uncle Daniel O'Hara who stayed in Sligo. My grandfather was James Bernard O'Hara. He came to the US around 1916. Any of you folks in Sligo my 2nd cousins?
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