Person:Michael Ahern (3)

  • HMichael AHERNEst 1800 - Aft 1851
  • WEllen CaseyEst 1808 - Est 1847
m. est 1825
  1. Johanna AHERN1826 - 1893
  2. Ahern, femaleAbt 1830 -
  3. Ahern, femaleAbt 1830 -
  4. Ahern, maleAbt 1830 -
  5. Honora AHERNAbt 1832 - Abt 1902
  6. Margaret AHERN1834 -
Facts and Events
Name Michael AHERN
Gender Male
Birth? Est 1800 Ballincollig, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
Marriage [2nd wife - she is the widow Rixon]
to Unknown, female
Marriage est 1825 Irelandto Ellen Casey
Immigration? New York, United States
Death? Aft 1851 Newark, Licking, Ohio, United States
  1.   Source (404). (SIN 5. Bushes and Branches for Family Trees: Mangold/Keenan - McEnany/Drummy, Mary Duggan Mangold, November, 1979, FHL Salt Lake City, Film #1321268, Item #1, Self-published. A 492-page collection of Family Group Sheets, letters, photos and clippings of the Mangold and Drummy families. Based on papers collected by Blanche McEnerny Mangold. Pages are not numbered in original; for convenience, the pages have been hand-numbered so that the dedication page, "To My Dear Peachy", is page 2.)

    p. 425

  2.   Source (467).

    SIN 563. Tithe Applotments, County Cork, Barony of Cork, Inishkenny Parish, Ballinvelig (Ballinveiltig), 1827. FHL Film No. 256619.

  3.   Source (468).

    SIN 564. Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, County Cork, Barony of Cork, Parish of Inishkenny, Ballinveiltig Townland, 1852. FHL Film Nos. 844977 and 844978.

  4.   Family notes per User:Bbanta1.

    1. His second wife is a Mrs. Rixon, who has 2 daughters.
    2. He came to New York state.
    3. A letter to The Reverend Clair from Michael Patrick Drummey (3/28/1930) states that Michael Ahern was, ". . . buried in our family lot in Newark Ohio." As this is written long after the graves were re-located from Cedar Hill to Mt. Calvary, I take this to mean the Simon Drummey plot in Mt. Calvary. None of the subsequent family letters mentions locating a marker for Michael Ahern.
    4. The Tithe Applotments for Ballinvelig (Ballinveiltig), Inishkenny Parish, County Cork show a Michael Ahern residing on 185 1/2 acres (1827). The only other residents of the townland are Dennis McCarthy and Timothy Mahoney. Griffith's Valuation (1852) shows the townland now broken up into 5 holdings. An Ellen Ahern resides on 71 acres. Her relation to Michael is not known. According to family letters, Michael had remarried by this time and moved into Cork City.