The Cork Examiner, 16 December 1896

SAD FATALITY NEAR CASTLEMARTYR.—A very sad discovery was made by police at Castlemartyr, on Sunday morning. Constables Banagher and Griffin, were going to Mass at Mogeely, when they observed the dead body of a young farmer named John Ahern, lying in a field belonging to the deceased. Death was found to have resulted from heart disease.
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