The Southern Star, 26 May 1934
Death of Mr. J. Aherne, Carhue
   The death took place at the Mercy Hospital, Cork, on Saturday of Mr. Joe Aherne, son of Timothy and Mrs. Aherne, Carhue, Bandon, at the early age of 19 years, after a brief illness. Deceased was a bright and popular youth whose splendid qualities were an earnest of future individual achievement if death had not cut short his young and ardent life. His demise was deplored by a very large circle of friends and acquaintances, for he was extremely well connected. Three of his brothers have dedicated their lives to God, being members of the Christian Brothers. And brother, Tim is a very popular member of the Gardai Siochana in Co. Tipperary.
   The remains were removed to St. Patrick's Church, Bandon, on Sunday evening, and the funeral on Whit Monday was of immense proportions, testifying to the popularity of the deceased and his family.
   The chief mourners were :—Mr. and Mrs. T. Aherne (parents); Brother J. C. Aherne, Mullingar; Brother H. C. Aherne, Baldoyle; Brother J. K. Aherne, Clonmel; Tim (Holy Cross), Dan, James, Thomas (brothers); Nellie (sister); Mrs. T. Corcoran, Mrs. T. Desmond, Mrs. J. Murray, Mrs. J. McSweeney, Mrs. R. O'Sullivan, Mrs. J. Daly (aunts); Messrs. R. O'Sullivan, J. McSweeney, T. Desmond, T. Corcoran, J. Murray (uncles); Mr. and Mrs. T. Sheehan, Doneraile; Mr. and Mrs. J. Burke, Mrs. O'Connor, Messrs. J. Desmond, M. Desmond, J. Corcoran, etc.
   The clergy present included—Very Rev. D. Bernard. P.P., Newcestown; Rev. J. Bernard, C.C., do.; Very Rev. Canon Murphy, P.P., V.F., Bandon; Rev. Frs. Hurley, Henchy and Holland, C.C.'s do.; Rev. Fr. Fehilly, C.C., St. Peter and Paul's, Cork.
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