Ireland Old News

Lanark Era
Lanark, Ontario, Canada

Wed., Nov 7, 1900

In Perth, Oct. 26th, Ann Joynt, aged 63 years, wife of Mr. Wm. Stinson. Born in Cty. Mayo, Ireland. Burial in New Boyne cemetery.

Submitted by cml

Sacramento Bee, Sacramento, California, 17 November 1900
AHERN—John Ahern, an old and well known citizen of this city, died this morning shortly after 12 o'clock in the Railroad Hospital, from the effects of injuries which he received a few days ago in the railroad yards. Mr Ahern was an old employee in the yards. The other day, he started to walk between some cars standing on a switch, and as he did, so an engine started to switch the cars to another part of the yard. The cars came together and Ahern was caught between them and severly crushed. An investigation at the hospital revealed the fact that one of his ribs had been broken and he was injured in other parts of his body.

Deceased was a native of County Cork, Ireland, aged 71 years. He was the father of Thomas, David, Alice, and Maggie Ahern.

Submitted by dja


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