Chicago Daily News, 11 May 1883
Ahearn, Mary Agnes, nee Doyle, May 11, 1883, aged 67 yrs., at resid., 124 N. Market st., widow of Maurice Ahearn, native of Ennis, Co. Clare, and for many years a resident of New York City.
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The Brisbane Courier, 26 May 1883
AHERN—THYNNE.—On the 9th May, at Ipswich, by the Rev. Andrew Horan, assisted by the Rev. J. Enright, John Ahern, Sub-Inspector of Police, eldest son of the late Denis Ahern, of Dunickmore, County Cork, Ireland, to Mary, youngest daughter of Edward Thynne, Esq., Ipswich, Queensland.
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Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, 27 May 1883
Prisoners at Liverpool.
Dennis Deasy, and Patrick Flaningan [sic], railway brakesmen ; Timothy Featherstone, newspaper correspondent ; Daniel O'Herlihy, ink-maker ; and Henry Dalton, alias O'Connor, were again brought up at Liverpool police-court on Saturday. Since the last examination the case has assumed a more serious complexion, the prisoners now being charged with treason-felony, and conspiring together to destroy or injure public buildings ; for being in possession of explosives with intent to commit felony ; and for conspiring together to murder subjects of the Queen. A large number of witnesses have been subpoenaed in connection with the trial. . . . 

Michael Ahearn said he lived at a farm called Bawn Afinna, Blarney. On March 21 last two persons called at his house named M'Dermott and Murphy. He had known M'Dermott previously, and Featherstone was the other man. Mr. Horne, resident magistrate at Cork, told him that the man's name was neither Murphy nor Featherstone, but Edmund O'Brien Kennedy.

Cross-examined by Dr. Commins : His interview with Mr. Horne was in a private chamber, in the presence of a shorthand writer and an inspector. Previously he had been taken to the gaol and shown four men. Murphy, or Featherstone, was amongst them, but he could not recognise him. He told the constable who accompanied him that he could not, and was then taken into a private room at the court-house, and Mr. Horne told him although he could not recognise any of the men, the man named Murphy was there, and that his name was not Murphy or Featherstone, but Kennedy. . . . 

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