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Surnames of Co. Down : Oh..- Ol.....

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. . O'HAGAN . . also see Hagan .
Mr. . O'HAGAN . Bangor area conducted cross examination during trial for theft 11 Mar 1845 AG
Mr. . O'HAGAN . Clonallan school master at Mayobridge c. 1920 DDPP p102
. . O'HAGAN . Clonduff common name in this parish; O h Again means a young fellow in Gaelic; O'Hagan's Mill in Carcullion townland GAA CS p 475; TC p18
. . O'HAGAN family Donaghmore linked with ancient manor of Clanagan c. 1611 PNNI V1 p 113
Mrs. . O'HAGAN . Down of Circular Rd , Downpatrick in 1910 POD
Nurse . O'HAGAN . Down requested a reduction in working hours from 17 hours per day at Downpatrick Fever Hoispital 18 Nov 1939 DR*
. . O'HAGAN families Garvaghy lived in Kearneystown c. 1800 PNNI V6 p 208
Mr & Mrs. . O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Bloody Bridge; parents of a child bpt. 1 Sep 1844 at Lower Mourne Catholic Church, sponsors were Joseph Plunkett & Mary Ward PR
Mrs. . O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of The Square , Kilkeel; ran refreshment rooms in 1910 POD
 . O’HAGAN Kilmegan of Castlewellan; grocers and spirit dealers in 1900 MS WAG p 80
Mrs. O’HAGAN Newry of Market Street; charity donation in 1836 V3 p99,104 OSM
Mrs. . O'HAGAN . Newry lived in Margaret Street in 1851 census; nee Shevlin OFN P 230
Miss Agnes O'HAGAN . Kilbroney regd. Rostrevor; wife of Bernard Treanor; mother of John b. 1868 & James b. 1870 CR
Miss Alice O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Daniel McAlinden/ McLindon; mother of Daniel b. 1868 & Alice b. 1871 & James b. 1872 CR
Miss Ann O'HAGAN . Belfast & Kilcoo married Peter Fitzpatrick of Clonachullion in Belfast 1 May 1929 PR
. Ann O'HAGAN . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of John, son of James McEvoy & Mary O'Hagan 24 Jul 1829 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Miss Ann O'HAGAN . Drumgooland married John McEvoy 18 Jun 1830 t Leitrim Catholic Church; witnesses were Hugh, James & Dennis McEvoy PR
. Arthur O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 8 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
. Arthur & Bridget O'HAGAN . Drumgooland sponsors at the baptism of Patrick , son of Patrick McCartan & Catherine McEvoy 18 Feb 1833 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
. Arthur O'HAGAN . Kilcoo of Moneyscalp; married Ann O'Hare of Slievenalargy 29 Nov 1839 at Kilcoo Catholic Church PR
. Arthur O'HAGAN . Newry of Newry; died 11 Oct 1800 aged 47; buried St Marys Catholic graveyard MIs
Miss B. O'HAGAN . Down of Downpatrick;a burse; appointed to Downpatrick Workhouse 16 Jan 1937 DR*
. Barney O'HAGAN . Kilcoo leased land in Fofanny in 1815 from the Marchioness of Downshire FR
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Bernard O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 16 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt & leased out the house next door to Peter Murnan GV
. Bernard O'HAGAN . Clonduff played full back in Hilltown's Gaelic Football Club in 1912 & for Hilltown's Emeralds in 1916-19181 season GAA CS p 34, 42
. Bernard O'HAGAN . Clonduff played Gaelic Football for Cabra in 1916-1918 season GAA CS p 42
. Bernard O'HAGAN . Drumgath a tailor of Rathfriland in 1819 POD
Rev. Bernard O'HAGAN Tullylish & Newry Administrator in Newry before 1877 then appointed Catholic priest in Lawrencetown for 20 years ; co-executor in the will of Patrick McConville of Ballynagarrick 28 Sep 1887; d. 10 Aug 1895 aged 68; buried Lawrencetown Catholic graveyard; willprobated 16 Sep 1895, executors were Rev John Doyle, his curate & Richard O'Hagan , gentleman of Newry DDPP p141; MIs; OFB p51,65
Miss Biddy O'HAGAN . Kilcoo a student at Ballymoney Primary School in 1922 ; class photo available MO 20/5/2009 p23
Miss Bridget O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion; married Edward Brannigan 2 Feb 1869 at Catholic Church ; mother of Elizabeth b. 1870 & Matthew b. 1869, (regd. Rathfriland ) & Catherine b. 1873 & Mary Ann b. 1 Feb 1877 & Daniel b. 1877 (sic) CR/ EA; IGI; Gerry Curran
Miss Bridget O'HAGAN . Kilcoo a student at Ballymoney Primary School in 1922 ; class photo available MO 20/5/2009 p23
Miss Bridget O'HAGEN/ O'HAGAN . Kilkeel wife of Patrick Fitzpatrick; mother of Peter b. 1872 & Mary b. 1874 CR
Miss Bridget O'HAGEN . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch; wife of Patrick Boyd; mother of Mary b. 1874 CR
. Catherine O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 2 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
Mrs. Catherine O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Hilltown; daughter of George & Sarah Mussen c. 1890; click here for Sarah's story MOF p5
Miss Catherine

O'HAGAN

. Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Patrick Murray ; mother of Ellen b. 1869 CR
Miss Catherin O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of James McCartan ; mother of Daniel b. 1874 CR
. Catherine O'HAGAN . Drumgooland witness at the marriage of John McEvoy & Susanna Brennan 7 Nov 1840 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Miss Catherine O'HAGAN . Kilmore of Magheralone; b. 1891; domestic servant of James Nelson 1911 Census
. Catherine O'HAGAN . Newry of North St, Newry; a haberdasher in 1824 POD
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Cecilia O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 14 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Charles Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff & Drumgath of Ballyaughian; husband of Sarah Mooney/ Money; father of Mary b. 13 Jul 1867 & Patrick b. 25 Feb 1869 & John b. 10 Oct 1870 & Hugh b. 17 May 1874 (regd. Rathfriland) ; left for Canada CR; Anne Theresa White
. Charles O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Mary Money ; father Domnick b. 10 Nov 1872 CR
. Charles HAGAN
O'HAGAN
. Bangor husband of Ellen Agnew; father of John b. 2 Aug 1868 & Thomas b. 1 Nov 1870 & Patrick b. 26 Nov 1872 CR
. Charles O'HAGAN . Kilcoo will probated in 1837; executor was K. Kelly of Kilcoo IIW # 51607
Charles O’HAGAN   Newry member of Mendicity Society in 1836 V3 p 101 OSM
Charles O'HAGAN . Newry son of Charles & Marianne O'Hagan ; a dry goods merchant in Newry; brother of John J. O'Hagan (d. 1895 in Newry & left a fortune); father of Mother Mary Gertrude O'Hagan of St. Joseph's Convent, Lurgan who died 2 Jan 1900 & Sister Mary Xavior (d. 1897) & Sister Mary Regis Irish World NY
Rev. Cormac O'HAGAN . Clonduff born Clonduff; parish priest St. Mary's Kilkeel before 1814; then Kilcoo; uncle of Rev. Michael O'Hagan; died 14 Nov 1824 aged 74; buried Ballymoney Chapel O'L V1 p 30, 44
. Daniel O'HAGAN . Clonduff leased land in Leode in 1815 & 1823 from David Lindsay FR
. Daniel O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 10 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
. Daniel O'HAGAN . Clonduff died 23 Sep 1920; buried St. John the Evangelist Catholic graveyard, Hilltown with Morgans MIs
Very Rev. Daniel V. O'HAGAN . Newry & Shankill priest at Newry Catholic Church in 1910; president of St.Colman's College,Newry; appointed parish priest of Shankill in 1925 POD; DDPP p162
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David O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house/shop & 19 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Dennis O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd.Rathfriland; husband of Sarah Grant; father of Mary Ann b. 29 Aug 1868 & Margaretb. 10 Dec 1870 CR
. Edward O'HAGAN . Clonduff aged 26, arrived in New York on board 'Celtic' on 13 Sep 1903 on his way to his cousin Daniel Devlin in Park City mines, Utah USA CP 14/8/2003
. Edward O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd.Rathfriland; husband of Mary Cunningham; father of John b. 8 Sep 1871 CR
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Elizabeth O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house in 1863 from Patrick O'Hagan GV
. Elizabeth O'HAGAN . Down of Market St, Downpatrick; a confectioner c. 1920s; photo available DT p24
. Elizabeth O'HAGAN . Kilcoo of Moyadd ; arrived in New York, USA on 25 Jan 1930 with Rose Rafferty of Letallion CP 29/10/2009
. Ellen O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 6 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
Miss Ellen O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of James Malone; mother of Catharine b. 1869 & James b. 1872 CR
Rev. Eoghan O'HAGAN . Clonduff murdered by Col.Whitechurch's soldiers for saying Mass during Penal era c. 1750 on Leitrim hill DDPP 105; RR St J p10 ; TC p26
. F. O'HAGAN . Newry of Newry ; owner of steamer 'Larne' which was lost 13 Jun 1884 BoTWR/MB
Miss Fanny O'HAGAN . Drumgath married James Brannigan 18 Jan 1907 at Catholic Church EA/CR
. Felix O'HAGAN . Drumgath sponsor at the baptism of Catherine , daughter of Henry Maginnis & Catherine Sheils 8 Mar 1863 at Catholic Church PR
. Felix O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Catharine Maginn; father of Patrick b. 11 Apr 1868 & Alice b. 4 Aug 1869 CR
. Felix O'HANLON . Clonduff entered on the franchise when electoral rolls were prepared in Rathfriland 26 Sep 1898 CP 29/4/2010
Mr. Felix O'HAGAN J.P. Newry of 5 Margaret St, Newry; a millowner, merchant & landed proprietor; bought property in Margaret Street for Christian Brothers Catholic School in 1854; a cooper, grocer & tea dealer, miller, ironmonger & hardwareman in 1881; husband of Elizabeth Grant; father of Joseph, John b. 23 Jul 1867, Charles b. 6 Oct 1868, Thomas b. 4 Dec 1869, Richard b. 6 Dc 1870, Mary b. 25 Jan 1874, Annie , James, Felix & George; appointed as a magistrate 9 Jun 1882 ; a magistrate in 1910; died 11 Feb 1915 aged 97; buried St. Marys Catholic graveyard ; executor in the will of James Grant of Newry 3 Dec 1877 & Joseph Grant 25 Aug 1884 & James Torley of Temple Hill 27 Apr 1885 DDPP p19; RNPHCPI; POD; MIs; CR; POD; OFN p 157, 206
Felix O'HAGAN junior Newry member of Newry Urban Council & Newry Port & Harbour Trust in 1910 POD
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Ferdinand O'HAGAN Kilkeel died 1872 aged 65 CR
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Francis O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 14 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Francis O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballynanny ; leased 1/2 acre in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
 . Frank O’HAGAN Kilkeel a farmer; father of Frank; c. 1860 MOF p 1
. Frank O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Greencastle St , Kilkeel; a publican in 1910 POD
. Francis O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Kilkeel; a witness at the Boundary Commission in 1924 to review whether Newry should be in the new Free State or Northern Ireland CP 19/3/2009
. Henry O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 3 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Henry O'HAGAN . Kilbroney married Alice Savage 15 Jan 1851 at Catholic Church; witnesses were James Magiveran & Hugh Savage PR
Rev. Henry O'HAGAN . Clonduff &
Magheradrool
born Clonduff; parish priest of Seapatrick c. 1831 (lived Hallsmill) & Magheradrool in 1832; died 19 Sep 1833 aged 30; buried Leitrim graveyard; death notice 2 Nov 1833 DDPP p43, 125; NH; HMP p 5
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Drumgath of Dromore St, Rathfriland ; a saddler in 1870 POD
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Drumgooland husband of Elinor McCartan ; father of Mary bapt. 1 Oct 1829 at Leitrim Catholic Church; sponsors were Patrick McElenan & Anna McCartan PR
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of John, son of Patrick & Margaret McCartan 21 Mar 1832 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Upper Mourne; married Ellen Morgan of Fofannybane 16 Jan 1887 at Kilcoo Catholic Church PR
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Attical; prosecuted for refusing to answer question by B-Special soldiers 21 Oct 1939, fined 12 shillings DR*
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Kilmegan a student at Annsborough Elementary School in 1936;school photo available MO 4/5/2005 p16
. Hugh John O'HAGAN . Newry husband of Elizabeth Keating; father of Elizabeth b. 2 Nov 1868 CR
. Hugh O'HAGAN . Newry a dyer from 41 Mill Street in 1881 POD
. Ivor O'HEGAN . ? a friend of St. Malacy c. 1130; bured alive O'L B p 54
Mr.
J.J.
O'HAGAN . Clonduff on the committee of Catholic Church, Hilltown, to organised a concert for St. Patrick's Day 19 Mar 1923 also sang a song CP 13/3/2013
. Jack I'HAGAN . Down sold milk from his store in St. Patricks Ave, Downpatrick c.1920s DT p29
. James O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Drumbonniff ; leased a house & 5 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
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James O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 9 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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James O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 5 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. James O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 28 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
. James O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; owned 2 acres in 1876 LOI
. James O'HAGAN
HAGAN
. Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; son of James & Nancy O'Hagan; aged 24, married Mary Ann Quinn 28 Jan 1864 ; father of Ellen b. 9 May 1865 & Elizabeth b. 10 May 1866 & Bridget b. 4 Aug 1868 & Patrick b. 1 Apr 1872 & James b. 3 Mar 1874 BVR; CR
. James O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; son of Arthur O'Hagan; aged 27 married Catharine O'Hagan (aged 20; daughter of John O'Hagan) on 22 Jan 1864 ; father of Arthur b. 24 Jun 1869 BVR; CR
. James HAGAN
O'HAGAN
. Kilkeel husband of Teresa Cuningham; father of Joseph b. 22 Jan 1868 & Francis b. 6 Nov 1872 CR
. James O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Kilkeel; a witness at the Boundary Commission in 1924 to review whether Newry should be in the new Free State or Northern Ireland CP 19/3/2009
. James O'HAGAN . Newry married Rose McCartan 6 Feb 1823 at the Catholic Church, witnesses were Michael Mccartan & Daniel McManus PR
. James O'HAGAN . Newry husband of Sarah Cosgrove; father of Cathrine b. 21 Oct 1868 CR
. James Charles O'HAGAN . Newry husband of Margaret Daly; father of Mary Josepha b. 17 Apr 1869 & James McAlister O'Hagan b. 15 Jul 1870 & Catherine Madeline b. 4 Jul 1872 CR
. James O'HAGAN . Newry husband of Catharine Hughes; father of James b. 27 Jan 1871 CR
 . John O’HAGAN ? farmer, wrote letter to Dublin Post 1 Feb 1851 DR
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John
O'HAGAN . ? born Co. Down; a labourer ; a Catholic ; aged 23, joined the Royal Irish Constabulary (service #19027 ) on 10 Nov 1854 ; posted to Galway then Co. Armagh FHL # 856058
Rev. John O'HAGAN . Clonduff & Donaghmore born Clonduff; educated in France; parish priest in Donaghmore in 1793; died 1810 DDPP p35
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John
O'HAGAN . Clonduff farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 Irish Flax Growers list
John O'HAGAN Clonduff of Leitrim ; will probated 1825 IIW V4 p121
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John O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 13 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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John (of the Bann) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 8 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. John O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 9 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. John Charles O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 21 acres & in Ballynanny , leased 1/2 acre in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. John O'HAGAN . Clonduff played forward in Hilltown's Gaelic Football Club in 1912 & was secreatry for Emerald Gaelic Football Club 1916-1918 GAA CS p 34, 41
. John O'HAGAN . Clonduff played Gaelic Football for Cabra in 1916-1918 season GAA CS p 42
. John O'HAGAN Esq. Clonduff of Hilltown; a witness at the Boundary Commission in 1924 to review whether Newry should be in the new Free State or Northern Ireland CP 19/3/2009
. John O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd.Rathfriland; husband of Ellen McKey; father of Patrick b. 3 Sep 1868 & Teresa b. 1 Nov 1870 CR
. John O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Ann McKey; father of David b. 26 Nov 1869 CR
. John O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Mary Ferrnon; father of John b. 15 Feb 1868 CR
. John O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Bridget McKey ; father of Patrick b. 7 Mar 1873 CR
. John O'HAGAN . Drumgath married Bridget McComiskey 26 Oct 1886 at Rathfriland Catholic Church CR
John O'HAGAN   Hillsborough of Lisburn St, Hillsborough; a tailor in 1852 POD
. John O'HAGAN . Kilmegan a student at Annsborough Elementary School in 1936;school photo available MO 4/5/2005 p16
. John Arthur O'HAGAN . Newry from Market Street; gave £1.1.0 to the dispensary & fever hospital in 1827; steward at annual Charity Ball in Catholic schoolroom 4 Jan 1828; member of dispensary & fever hospital committee 5 Feb 1828; d. 8 Jun 1833 aged 49; buried St Marys Catholic graveyard NCT; AG; MIs
 . John O’HAGAN Esq. Newry of Market Street; gave £1.1.0 to the dispensary & fever hospital in 1827; a juror in court action in Downpatrick re competency of James Ralph (of Comber) to write a will 27 Mar 1834; treasurer of cholera fund, poor house; charity donation in 1836 NCT; JRWC p6; V3 p 92, 93, 99, 104 OSM
John O'HAGAN Newry executor in the will of Charles Rooney in 1830 IW # 57748
. John O'HAGAN & Son Newry proprietor of Irish & English woollen warehouse in 1824; woollen drapers from 13 & 14 Upper North Street in 1846 & 1852 POD
. John James O'HAGAN Esq. J.P. Newry a merchant; local politician, chairman of town commissioners from 1868; appointed as a magistrate 29 May 1872; chairman of gas committee; a magistrate in 1886; lived at Montebellow; owned 5 acres in 1876; died 2 Feb 1895; grandson of John & Mary O'Hagan ; son of Marianne & Charles O'Hagan; husband of Teresa; brother of James; left a will; buried St. Marys Catholic graveyard ; executor in the will of Richard Downey in 1878 POD;RNPHCPI; LOI;MIs ;OFN p 191, 192,152
Canon Joseph O'HAGAN . Clonduff b. 17 Jun 1911, son of ... O'Hagan & Mary Doyle; grew up in Glasgow, Scotland; curate in Warrenpoint, Lurgan & parish priest in Dromore & Cabra CP 16/6/2011
. Joseph O'HAGAN . Newry husband of Anne McEnearney; father of Teresa b. 27 Mar 1865 & Francis Joseph b. 13 Nov 1868 & Ellen Mary Agnes b. 21 Jan 1871 & David b. 18 Nov 1872 CR
. Loughlin O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballymaghery ; leased a house & 8 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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Loughlin O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballyaughian; his representatives leased an office & 8 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt & leased out the house to John Burns GV
Miss Margaret O'HAGAN . Clonduff & Drumgath of Carcullion; wife of John Branigan; mother of Sarah b. 1868 & James b. 1870 & female child b. 1872 (regd. Rathfriland) CR; Gerry Curran
Miss Margaret O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Robert Campbell; mother of John b. 1868 CR
Miss Margaret O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; daughter of Felix O'Hagan; married John Doyle 7 Feb 1864 ; mother of Margaret b. 1869 & Bernard b. 1872 BVR; CR
Miss Margaret O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; mother of Patrick b. 9 Oct 1870 CR
. Mary & John O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Drumbonniff ; leased a house & 10 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
. Mary O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Drumbonniff ; leased a house & 10 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
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Mary & Loughlin (reps) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased flax mill in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Mary O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Cleomack; leased a house & 3 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire & leased 1 acre to Patrick Quinn senior GV
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Mary O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house & 20 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Mary (of the Bann) O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballynanny , leased 13 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Mary O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 1/2 acre in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Mary (Murphy) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 66 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
Miss Mary Ann O'HAGAN . Drumgath married Owen McCartan 19 Jul 1845 at Drumgath Catholic Church, witnesses were Hugh Maginnis & Margaret McLinden PR
Miss Mary O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Hugh Money; mother of Bridget b. 1868 CR
Miss Mary O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Felix Magenis; mother of Bridget b. 1869 CR
Miss Mary O'HAGAN . Drumgath married Patrick Branigan 13 Oct 1868 at Catholic Church ; mother of John b. 1869 & Mary b. 1871 & Bernard b. 1873 (regd. Rathfriland) EA/CR
Miss Mary O'HAGAN . Drumgooland wife of James McEvoy; mother of John bapt. 1829 & Michael bapt. 1833 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Miss Mary O'HAGAN . Kilkeel caught the attentions of wealthy widower Edward Armor's son; the son killed his father down Armor's Hole (legend); she went mad & died a few montsh after his execution PNNI V3 p 55, 56
. Mary O'HAGAN . Newry of Market St, Newry; a woollen draper in 1824 POD
. Matthew O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 13 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt & leased out the house next door to John Doyle GV
. Matthew O'HEGAN . Drumgooland witness at the marriage of James McCartan & Anne King 8 Jan 1878 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Rev. Mauritius O'HAGAN . Clonduff appointed vicar of Clonduff in 1461 PNNI V1 p 70 & V3 p 74
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Michael
O'HAGAN . Clonduff farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 Irish Flax Growers list
. Michael O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Hilltown ; leased a house in 1863 from Thomas Collins GV
. Michael O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house & 8 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
Rev. Michael O'HAGAN . Kilcoo, Down, Kilcoo, Ballykinler born Fofannybane, Oct 1791; nephew of Rev. Cormac O'Hagan; curate of Downpatrick 1815; parish priest Kilcoo in 1824 ( leased land in Moneyscalp in 1831 from Arthur Hill, Marquis of Downshire) then Ballykinler in 1832; died 9 Feb 1834 buried Ballymoney Chapel O'L V1 p 44, 135; FR; HCDTD p105; LM 1994 p66
. Neal/ Neil O'HAGAN . ? aged 20 ; convicted in Co. Down of larceny 8 Apr 1841 & sentenced to 7 years transportation to Australia; on board ' Prince Regent', arrived in Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) 3 Jan 1842; free by 1849 NAD/TR4 p47; NWD
. Neal O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 6 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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Neal O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballyaughian; leased 11 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt & leased out the house to Felix McCann GV
. Neal O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Rose Maginn; father of Patrick b. 13 Dec 1868 & Teresa b. 25 Jun 1870 & John b. 26 Apr 1872 & John b. 5 Sep 1874 CR
. P. O'HAGAN . Aghaderg of Drumnahare; a farmer in 1886 POD
. P. O'HAGEN . Kilkeel a baker in 1886 POD
. P.J. O'HAGAN . Newry a member of Newry Urban District Council in 1910 POD
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Patrick
O'HAGAN . ? born Co. Down; a Protestant ; aged 20, joined the Royal Irish Constabulary (service #6329) on 10 Jun 1845 ; posted to Co. Roscommon then Dublin FHL # 856058
. Patrick O'HEGAN
O'HEGAN
. Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Margaret McGennis; father of Sarah Ann b. 18 Mar 1869 & John b. 17 Jun 1870 CR
. Patrick O'HEGAN
O'HAGAN
. Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Catherine Devlin; father of Cathrin b. 30 May 1868 & Sarah b. 10 Mar 1871 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Mary Fitzpatrick; father of Margaret b. 13 Oct 1869 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Ballee of Ballynagross; husband of Isabella Peak; father of Bernard bpt. 2 Jul 1819 (sponsors were James Magorrian & Honora Peak) at Saul Catholic Church PR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff leased land in Leode in 1815 from David Lindsay FR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Goward ; leased a house & 35 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire GV
Patrick O’HAGAN Clonduff proprietor of corn mill in Ballymaghery in 1836 V3 p 5 OSM
. Patrick (loney) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house in 1863 from James Murray GV
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Patrick (smith) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house, forge & 5 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian; leased a house/shop & 35 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt & leased out 5 houses next door GV
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballyaughian ; bought lease of 42 acres from John Johnson in Murvaclogher (Kilmore parish)6 Nov 1869 PRONI -T/622/350
. Patrick (grocer) O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballynanny ,leased 1 acre in 1863 from Robert Batt & in Ballyaughian leased out a house & 6 acres to Francis Perry GV
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Patrick O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Leitrim ; leased a house & 12 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Drumgath of Dromore St, Rathfriland; a saddler in 1846 POD
. Patrick O'HAGAN/ HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Margret Murphy; father of Ann b. 7 Dec 1868 & Margaretb. 12 Jun 1871 & Elizabeth b. 20 Jul 1873 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd.Rathfriland; husband of Rose Roney; father of Roseb. 10 May 1869 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Bridget O'Hagan; father of Michael b. 4 Feb 1870 & Mary b. 14 Aug 1872 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Mary Brady; father of Hana b. 10 Apr 1871 CR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of Patrick, son of Patrick Brannigan & Rose McCartan 27 Sep 1843 at Gargary Catholic Church PR
. Patrick O'HAGAN . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; husband of Ellen Taggart; father of Mary b. 16 Apr 1868 & Rose Anne b. 7 Nov 1871 CR
. Peter O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Ellen Maginn; father of Mary b. 27 May 1865 & Felix b. 2 Oct 1868 CR
. Peter O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Margaret McShane ; father of John b. 7 May 1872 CR
. Peter O'HAGAN . Kilkeel married Margaret Magee 4 Feb 1841, Catholic church PR
. Peter O'HAGAN . Kilkeel of Attical; witness to the will of Patrick Sloane of Attical; mentioned in letter 26 Dec 1881 CP 23/10.2008*
. Peter O'HAGAN . Newry a spirit dealer from 18 & 22 Hill Street in 1881 POD
Richard O'HAGAN Esq.  Newry co- executor in the will of Mrs Rose Doowney of Warrenpoint in 1895 OFB p57
. Sarah O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased a house & 3 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
. Sarah (of the Bann) O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Ballynanny ; leased 20 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
.
Sarah O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballyaughian; leased 1/2 acre in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
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Sarah (Felix) O'HAGAN . Clonduff in Ballyaughian; leased a house & 9 acres in 1863 from Robert Batt GV
Miss Sarah O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Bernard Carrol; mother of James b. 1868 & Sarah b. 1870 & Patrick b. 1872 CR
Miss Sarah O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; wife of Bernard Downey; mother of Catharine b. 1869 & John b. 1870 CR
.
Stephen B.
O'HAGAN . Tullylish erected headstone for his cousin Mrs Rose Downey who died 1895 & ,in Lawrencetown Catholic graveyard MIs
. Susan O'HAGAN . Clonduff & Blaris of Lisburn; death notice 1909 aged 106 at her residence at Smithfield, Lisburn; a domestic servant for 97 years with the hall family of Hilltown CP 5/3/2009
Terence O'HAGAN Clonduff of Ballyaughian ; will dated 1783 IIW V4 p121
Mrs. Teresa O'HAGAN . Kilkeel grocer, tea dealer ,timber merchant, undertaker & iron monger in 1886; part owner of 'Mary Joseph' nickey POD; SSM p54
. Thomas O'HAGAN . Clonduff of Carcullion ; leased a house , flax mill, offices & 18 acres in 1863 from Marquis of Downshire & leased out 3 houses next door GV
. Thomas O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; husband of Ellen Courtney; father of Arthurb. 4 Jul 1868 & Mary Ann b. 30 Jun 1870 CR
. Thomas O'HAGAN . Drumgath regd. Rathfriland; son of Stephen O'Hagan; married Margaret Lennon 5 Feb 1864 ; father of Bernard b. 7 Mar 1868 & Mary Ann b. 4 Jul 1869 BVR; CR
. Thomas O'HAGAN . Kilcoo regd. Bryansford; husband of Bridget Shiels; father of Mary Anne b. 11 Oct 1868 & Bridgetb. 15 Oct 1870 CR
. William O'HAGAN . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of John, son of Patrick Brannigan & Rose McCartan 2 Nov 1841 at Gargary Catholic Church PR
. William O'HAGAN . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; attended the funeral of Mr. Michael Burns, Castlewellan 9 Apr 1898 & Mr. Michael King of Castlewellan 31 Mar 1900 Irish World & American Industrial Liberator
Rev. Euralius J. O'HAGHBY . Down Catholic priest in 1704 O'L B p 469, 470
. . O'HAIR . . see O'Hare .
. Anthony O'HALLORAN . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; attended the funeral of Mr. Michael Burns, Castlewellan 9 Apr 1898 & Mr. Michael King of Castlewellan 31 Mar 1900 ; represented Castleewellan at a meeting of United Irish League which met at Maybobridge 165 Mar 1902 to discuss landlordism Irish World & American Industrial Liberator
Miss B. O'HALLORAN . Killyleagh a draper in 1886 POD
.
Bridget
O'HALLORAN .
Killyleagh
of 9 High St, Killyleagh 1891-1899; a draper; listed as head of house living with a boarder James McGloin, her niece Mary McGloin & grand nieces, Annie, Teresa, Maggie, Frances & Winifred McGloin also 2 servants Ann Murray & Lucy Donnelly
Mr. F. O'HALLORAN Kilmegan & Killyleagh farewell on his removal to Killyleagh 27 Jun 1857; collector for Horticultural Show 7 Jul 1866 DR
Mr. George O'HALLORAN . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; a haberdasher in 1846; his 2nd daughter Alicia, died 12 Apr 1843 in Ursuline Convent Berney, Normandy; (reported 28/4/1843) ; railway committee 29 Oct 1853 POD;BN; DR*
. George O'HALLORAN Esq. Kilmegan of Castlewellan; his eldest daughter , Mary Anne, married Capt. A.H. Plaine, 2nd son of late Capt. Plaine R.N. 28 May 1851 by Rev. J. McAleenan P.P.; reported 2 Jun 1851 BN
. George O'HALLORAN . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; leased a house, office, yard & garden & in Castlewellan townland leased 11 acres in 1863 from Earl Annesley GV
Major Thomas Suldham O'HALLORAN . ? married Miss Waring of Waringstown; connected to Reid family of Newry; c. 1830s MSS p 32
Miss . O'HANLON . Newry lived in Hill Street in 1851 census; married O'Neill OFN p 230
Miss
Ann(e)
HANLON/
O'HANLEN
. Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; wife of Bernard McShane; mother of Cathrin b. 1868 & Ann b. 1870 & Bernard b. 1871 & Patrick b. 1873 & James b. 1875 CR
Bernard O’HANLON Down died 31 Aug 1891 aged 64; husband of Mary Anne who d. 5 Mar 1894 aged 69; father of Ellen Monaghan (d. 1886 aged 23), Bernard Alexander (d. 1889 aged 22) & Michael J. (d. 1929 aged 74) ; buried Downpatrick Catholic graveyard MIs
. Bernard O'HANLON . Knockbreda regd. Ballymacarrett; husband of Ellen McQuillan; father of Catherine b. 25 May 1868 CR
Miss Bridghet O'HANLON . Annaclone wife of James McGreavy; mother of Patrick bpt. 19 Jul 1885 at St. Colman's Catholic Church, sponsors were Arthur McGreavy & Catherine O'Hanlon PR
Miss Catherine O'HANLON . Newry married Peter Brannigan 1 Oct 1891 at the Catholic Church EA;CR
. Edward O'HANLON . Ballykinler 1st burial in new graveyard; 24 Jun 1819 O'L V1 p 137
Edward O’HANLON Newry of 56 Lower North St,Newry; charity donation in 1836; a spirit dealer in 1846 V3 p 99, 104 OSM; POD
. Felix O'HANLON . Seapatrick of the Railway Hotel, Reilly St, Banbridge in 1910 POD
. Francis O'HANLAN . Newry of Drumalane & Nebraska; ied . in Newry 17 Oct 1884 aged 62; brother of Mary Ann Keane; buried St. Marys Catholic graveyard MIs
. Hugh O'HANLON . Aghaderg married Margaret McCourt 28 Jun 1848 at Catholic Church PR
. Hugh O'HANLON . Magheralin partner of Sarah Rofs(?) (not yet married & Sarah not a Catholic) ; father of child bpt. 8 Apr 1817 at Magheralin Catholic Church PR
. Hugh O'HANLON . Newry chaired a politcal meeting of Catholics in Newry 19 Mar 1795; d. 1 Apr 1807 aged 86; husband of Elizabeth; buried St Marys Catholic graveyard NS; MIs
. Hugh O'HANLON . Tullylish husband of Margaret Downey; father of Anna b. 10 Jun 1868 CR
. J. O'HANLON . Down of Irish St , Downpatrick; a timber merchant in 1910 POD
. James O'HANLON
HANLON
. Down regd. Downpatrick; husband of Margaret Anne Roney; father of Nicholas b. 19 Jan 1868 & Mary Ann b. 19 Dec 1869 CR
. James O'HANLON . Newry husband of Mary O'Hare; father of Matthew b. 8 Mar 1870 CR
. John O'HANLON . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; husband of Isabella Crookshanks; father of John b. 25 Jul 1871 CR
. John O'HANLON . Clonduff played in Hilltown's Emerald Gaelic Football Club in 1916-1918 GAA CS p 41
. John O'HANLON . Donaghmore husband of Ann Larkin; father of Patrick James b. 18 Mar 1869 CR
. Laurence O'HANLON . Newry of Mill St, Newry; a publican in 1824 POD
Miss Margaret O'HANLON . Newry wife of Peter McConville ; mother of Catherine b. 1871 CR
Miss Mary O'HANLON . Bright 2nd wife of Valentine Russell, Sheriff for Co. Down in 1687; mother of Patrick LM 2002 p 64
Miss Mary O'HANLON
HANLON
. Kilcoo of Moyad; wife of Peter Murnin; mother of Peter b.1881 & Ann b. 1884 & Henry b. 1888 & Terence b. 1890 Kilcoo Catholic PR
Miss Mary O HA...LON . Newry daughter of Edward O Ha...lon ; married Owen Treanor 4 Jun 1867 CR
Michael O'HANLON & Sons Ardglass customers of Downpatrick Timber Yard Nov 1895 LM 1995 p75
. Michael O'HANLON . Clonduff played in Hilltown's Emerald Gaelic Football Club in 1916-1918 GAA CS p 41
Michael O'HANLON . Down imprisoned in Mountjoy for his politcal beliefs; died at Vianstown 7 Dec 1902 ; on 23 Nov 1902 presided over large meeting in Downpatrick to commemorate the Machester martyrs; Irish World NY
Miss Molly O'HANLON Dunsford a student at Dunsford Primary School in 1921; click here for a class photo PE
Sir
Oghy
O'HANLON . Newry granted 4 townlands by Queen Elizabeth 1st in 1587 PNNI V1 p 6
.
Owen
O'HANLON . Newry husband of Ann O'Hare; father of Elizabeth b. 11 Apr 1869 CR
. P. O'HANLON . Seapatrick of Church Square, Banbridge; a baker & grocer in 1910 POD
. Patrick O'HANLON . Clonduff of Hilltown; aged 25, arrived in New York on board 'Carmania' on 3 Nov 1922 on his way to his uncle, James Morgan in Chicago CP 14/8/2003
Patrick O'HANLON Donaghmore will probated 1792 IIW V4 p121
. Patrick O'HANLON . Donaghmore died 25 Apr 1799 aged 56; buried Donaghmore parish graveyard AIPD
. Patrick O'HANLAN Esq. Newry of Drumalane, Newry; a barrister in 1824; wrote letter to Chief Secretary, Dublin Castle , enclosing a spurious poster warning people about a curfew in Upper Orrier 26 Nov 1821 & claimed it was unwarrantable & reprehensible POD;CSO
Patrick O'HANLON Seapatrick of Banbridge; a baker c. 1880 MO 4/12/1964*
. Redmond O'HANLON . Clonduff notrious highwayman; betrayed by his foster brother Art O'Hanlon; ambushed & killed near Hilltown 25 Apr 1681 ORHB p 31; TC; DDPPp104; HOTC p72
.
Redmond
O'HANLON . Tullylish lived in Loughans townland c. 1800 PNNI V6 p 345
Miss
Rose
HANLON
O'HANLON
. Tullylish & Donaghcloney married James Meloy/ Molloy 8 Jan 1867 at Tullylish Catholic Church , witnesses were Edward Byrne & Catherine Haddock ; mother of Frances b. 1868 & Sarah b. 1870 (regd. Waringstown) CR
Miss Sarah O'HANLON . Kilkeel of Dunavil; daughter of Patrick O'Hanlon (a farmer); married James Magin 31 Mar 1891 at Catholic Church, witnesses were Constantine Fegan & Mary O'Hanlon CR
Miss Sarah O'HANLON
HANLON
. Moira wife of John Morrison ; mother of Sarah Jane b. 1865 & Hugh b. 1871 CR
Miss
Sarah
O'HANLON . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; wife of Thomas Boyle; mother of Sarah b. 1870 & Catherine Ellen b. 1872 CR
Miss Sarah Jane O'HANLON . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; wife of William McCann; mother of Arthur b. 1874 CR
Rev.
Felix
O'HANNIG . Down Catholic priest in 1704 O'L B p 469
Mrs. . O'HARA . Bangor proprietor of Grand Hotel in 1901; mother of John & Harry who were members of Homing Pigeon Club & Joseph who played in rigby team but died of leukemia in 1912; photo available POD; Bangor p14,15
 . O’HARA family  Blaris an original Catholic family in this area V12 p 30 OSM
Miss
Anne
O'HARA . Down Downpatrick; wife of Charles MacRory/McCrory; mother of Catherine b. 1866 CR
. Charles George O'HARA . Blaris a farmer; son of Joseph O'Hara ( a farmer) & Isabella Johnston of Ballinderry; aged 40, married Sarah Ann Stevenson (aged 20) 9 Mar 1921 at Lisburn Church of Ireland, witnesses were James Stevenson & Dorothy O'Hara CR; Sallyann Pyle
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Charles
O'HARA . Knockbreda b. 1871 in Co. Down; a labourer; Catholic; husband of Mary Ann b. 1873 in Co. Down; neither could read or write; married 14 years with 7 children born & 4 alive; father of Kate b. 1901 & William b. 1905 & Sarah b. 1907; all b. Co Down; living at 17 Foundry St, belfast in 1911 1911 census
.
Charles
O'HARA . Newry of Carnaget, Killevy Co. Armagh; died 21 Dec 1862 aged 53; husband of Catherine; buried St. Marys Catholic graveyard MIs
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David
O'HARA . Newry of Crowreagh; father of James (d. 7 May 1888 aged 23) & Edward (d. 25 Aug 1882 aged 16) & buried Donaghmore parish graveyard AIPD
.
Dominick
O'HARA . Hillsborough son of Mary who died 2 Jun 1862 aged 82 & buried Kilwarlin Catholic graveyard MIs
Miss Elizabeth O'HARA . Aghaderg regd. Loughbrickland; wife of John Temple Reilly;mother of Ann Elizabth b. 1868 & Gustavus Niles b. 1869 & John Temple James b. 1871 CR
Miss Ellen O'HARA . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; wife of Daniel Downs ; mother of Ellen b. 1872 CR
. Francis O'HARA . ? born Co. Down; died 26 Oct 1863 aged 25 ; buried Alexandria, Otago, New Zealand PPNZ
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Francis
O'HARA . Knockbreda b. 1883 in Dublin; Catholic; husband of Margaret b. 1883 in Co. Down; neither could read or write; married 11 years with 5 children born & 2 alive; father of Mary KAte b. 1907 & William b. 1909; living at 4 Foundry St, Belfast in 1911 with boarders William & Teresa Patterson 1911 census
.
Isaac
O'HARA
O'HARE
. Warrenpoint husband of Margaret Kelly; father of Patrick b. 19 Nov 1867 & Bridget b. 18 Jun 1869 & John b. 8 Jul 1871 CR
Rev.
James
O'HARA . Dromara & Kilmegan Catholic curate at Ballykinlar in 1867 & Dundrum 1898 -c. 1900 then master at Catholic School in Downpatrick; parish priest Finnis Catholic chapel 1902-1907 then at Dundrum until 1919 MIs; PE; HCDTD p107, 108 ; POD
.
John
O'HARA . Bangor husband of Mary Ann Bell; father of Eleanor Isabella b. 27 Dec 1867 CR
. John O'HARA . Dromara of Moybrick; attended a meeting of farmers 15 Feb 1890 about rents Irish World
. John O'HARA . Killyleagh married Margaret Stevenson 29 Dec 1837 at Killyleagh 1st Presbyterian Church PR
.
John
O'HARA . Magheradrool of Ballymacarn North; leased a house from David S. Ker in 1863 GV
. John O'HARA . Newry husband of Hannah Greer ; father of James bv. 17 Aug 1872 CR
. John O'HARA . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; son of John O'Hara ; married Sarah McQuaid 18 May 1852 CR
. Joseph O'HARA . Blaris a widower & farmer of Ballinderry; son of George O' Hara (farmer); married Joseph O'Hara ( widower & farmer of Ballinderry) 26 Nov 1889 at Victoria Street Presbyterian Church, Shankill, Belfast, witness was Arthur Maxwell & Eliza Jane Maxwell ; father of Minnie, Charles George, Dorothy; lived in Legattirriff in 1901 CR; 1901 census; Sallyann Pyle
. Joseph O'HARA . Newry married Rose Branigan 20 Jul 1873 at Catholic Church EA/CR
Miss
Margaret
O'HARA . Killinchy married Robert Patterson 18 Dec 1841 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Margaret O'HARA/
O'HARE
. Knockbreda

wife of Thomas Rodgers ; mother of John Joseph b. 1868 (regd. Ballymacarrett) & Bridget Mary b. 1872 (regd. Castlereagh)

CR
Miss
Mary
O'HARA . Knockbreda regd. Ballymacarrett; wife of Richard Wilson; mother of Thomas b. 1866 & Margaret Jane b. 1868 CR
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Mary
O'HARA . Loughinisland of Drumgooland; leased a house from Andrew McCammon in 1863 GV
Miss Mary O'HARA . Newry daughter of William O'Hara ; married Robert Martin 15 Jan 1855 CR
. Michael O'HARA . ? convicted in Co. Down of stealing shoes in 1840 & sentenced to 7 years transportation to Australia, commuted to 18 months imprisonment NAD/CRF1840 O18
. Michael O'HARA . Dromore partner of Margaret Beggs ; father of Eliza Jane Beggs or O'Hara b. 20 Sep 1838 & bpt. at Dromore Church of Ireland PR
. Oyon O'HARA . Magheradrool received financial assistance of 6 pennies from Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 4 Jul 1714 BPCR
Rev. P.J O'HARA . Newry prior of Dominican community 1933-1939 DDPP p24
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Patrick
O'HARA . Donaghmore of Frankford; father of Elizabeth who died 25 Mar 1882 aged 20 & buried Donaghmore parish graveyard AIPD
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Peter
O'HARA . Down married Jane Wilson at the Downpatrick Presbyterian Church 8 Aug 1836 PR; LDS Film # 824282
Miss
Rose Anne
O'HARA . Kilkeel wife of John Cunningham; mother of Francis b. 1865 & David b. 1869 CR
. William O'HARA . Killinchy husband of Peggy ; father of Jane bpt. 25 Apr 1824 at Killinchy Church of Ireland PR
. William O'HARA . Newry executor in the will of Patrick McEvoy of Ballyholland 12 Jul 1907 PRONI wills
. . O'HARE . . click here for separate O'Hare file .
Rev.
James
O'HARRIL . Kilkeel b. 27 Feb 1739 in Drumal ; Moravian minister in Kilkeel in 1763; died 10 Jun 1807; buried Mourne Abbey graveyard HOTC p106; MIs
. Patrick O'HAROW . Magheralin died 3 Aug 1837 aged 97; father of Edward O'Harow whose wife Elizabeth died 17 Mar 1831 aged 77 & buried old Magheralin graveyard MIs
Rev.
Cirialius
O'HEAGHEAN . Down a Catholic priest in 1704 aged 70 O'L B p 470
. . O'HEAR . . see under O'Hare .
. Thomas O'HEARN . Knockbreda regd. Castlereagh; husband of Mary Murphy ; father of Thomas b. 27 Dec 1873 CR
. . O'HEGAN . . see under O'Hagan .
Rev. Nicholas OHEGARTHAC . Bangor abbot of Bangoe in 1476; held rector of Clonduff also PNNI V3 p 74
Rev. John O'HEGGARTY . Maghera born Co Derry; curate in Dunsford; parish priest of Maghera in 1829-1843 rebuilt chapels in Bryansford ; calmed civil unrest; died 1853 aged 64 & buried Ballymoney O'L V1 p 63; LM 1994 p66
Rev. Michael O'HENNAN
O'KAUNAN
. Dromore priest of Dromore diocese & vicar of Drumgath in 1431-1435 PNNI V6 p 268; DDPP p114
Mr . O'HENRY
O'KENRY
. Newry area a passenger on ' Lord Blayney' from Warrenpoint to Liverpool UK which was wrecked 20 Dec 1833; all lost MO 7/1/04
. Hugh O'HERON
O'HAWRON
. Donaghcloney associated with Sir Art Magennis in 17th century PNNI V6 p 97
Father John O'HERAN . Ballywalter vicar of Whitechurch in 1437 O'L V1 p 430
. James O'HERSON . Newtownards will probated 1829, executor was Martha Stewart of Newtownards IIW # 51687
. Francis O'HIGGINS . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of Michael, son of Patrick McEvoy & Ellen McCartan of Ballymagreehan, 22 Jun 1856 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
. J. O'HIGGINS . Kilcoo area on committe to organise a cultural Feis at Newcastle Jul 1904 LR 2005 p51
. James O'HIGGINS . Drumgooland sponsor at the baptism of Peter, son of Patrick McEvoy & Mary McCartan 16 Apr 1877 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Miss Mary O'HIGGINS . Drumgooland regd. Ballyward; wife of John Burns ; mother of Ursula b. 1874 & Patrick b. 1875 CR
. Matthew O'HIGGINS . Drumgooland witness at the marriage of Owen Darby & Mary Malone 31 Oct 1875 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
.
Matthew
O'HIGGINS . Drumgooland married Bridget McCartan 17 Oct 1880 at Leitrim Catholic Church; witnesses were Owen Fitzpatrick & Rose McCartan PR
Rev. John O'HILLAN . Ananclone Catholic priest; attended court in Oct 1691 O'L B p 496
Rev. James O'HINEY . Kilmegan member of Franciscan Friary of Drumnaquoil in 1670 O'L V1 p 76, 263
. Patrick Modder O'HOWEN
O'HOYNE
Esq. Kilkeel in 1659 owned Lisnacree, Aghyoghill, Drumcro, Aughnloopy & Greencastle; on a Subsidy Roll of 1663 for Nicholas Bagnall SP; SR; HPA p9
Rev. Patrick O'HULLEN
O'HYLLIN
. Down a Catholic priest in 1704 aged 80 O'L B p 469, 470
Rev. Cormac O'HUYRE . Donaghmore born 1649; a Catholic parish priest O'L B p 505
. Henry O'HYNANE . Co. Down a yeoman; lived in north Co Down c. 1609 PNNI V6 p 268
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Thomas
OISTON . Killinchy married Martha Jaffrey 10 Dec 1825 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
. Francis O'KANE x2 Donaghadee of Millisle village ; leased a house, yard & small garden in 1863 from Andrew Mulholland GV
. Francis O'KANE . Donaghadee husband of Isabella McKeag; father of William McKeag O'Kane b. 9 Jul 1870 & Francis James b. 26 Mar 1873 CR
. James O'KANE . Drumgooland regd. Ballyward; husband of Margaret McArtan ; father of James Mathew McArtan O'Kane b. 24 Apr 1875 CR
. John O'KANE . Knockbreda b. 1870 in Co. Antrim; a wagon builder; Catholic; husband of Maggie b. 1876 in Co. Antrim; married 13 years with 7 children bnorn & 6 alive; father of John b. 1899 & William b. 1899 & Mary b. 1901 & Isabella b. 1903 & James b. 1906 & Ellen b. 1910; all b. Co. Antrim; living at 42 Foundry St, Belfast in 1911 1911 census
Rev. Joseph O'KANE . Ballyculter parish priest at Strangford until 1907 PE; MC
Miss Mary O'KANE . Holywood & Knockbreda wife of John Bingham Barry; mother of Patrick Joseph b. 1868 (regd. Holywood) & Josephine b. 1872 (regd. Castlereagh) CR
Miss Mary O'KANE . Knockbreda married Edward McShane 9 Nov 1841 at St. Matthew's Catholic Church, Ballymacarrett, witnesses were Thomas & Sally O'Kane PR
. Michael O'KANE . Kilcoo regd. Bryansford; husband of Rosanna Watterson; father of William b. 8 Feb 1868 CR
. Michael O'KANE . Saul & Belfast son of Roger O'Kane; aged 35, married Elizabeth Teresa Polley 23 Nov 1875 at Saul Catholic Church, witnesses were Hugh Torney & Emily Polley; father of Mary Catherine Agnes b. 6 Nov 1884 whilst living in 293 York St, Belfast & working as a publican CR; Joan Magee
Very
Rev.
Patrick O’KANE Down curate then parish priest in Downpatrick in 1863 until 1906; executor in the will of Rev. Bernard McAulery of Downpatrick in 1863; built new St. Patricks Church in 1868; beneficiary of M. Kennedy; of Downpatrick; owned 1 acre in Downpatrick in 1876; chaplain at Downpatrick Lunatic Asylun in 1886; executor in the will of John Russell of Ballystrew in 1887; on a list of subscribers to Downpatrick's Catholic school 12 Nov 1864 MID p 38, 81, 83 DR ; POD; O'L V1 p 316, 318; LOI; 20/4/1936R DR*
Rev. Roger O’KANE Loughinisland Catholic curate 1880-1883 LCB p 55
. Thomas O'KANE . Knockbreda of 12 McCrory's Row, Ballymacarrett ; a grocer & spirit dealer in 1852 POD
. Michael O'KAUNAN
O' HENEAN
. Dromore priest of Dromore diocese & vicar of Drumgath in 1431 PNNI V6 p 268 & V1 p 115
. Catherine O'KAVEY . Dromore of Dromore ; will probated 1803 IIW V4 p122
Rev. Malachy O'KEA . Newry priest at Newry Abbey ic. 1640 DDPP p3
. Patrick O'KEAN . Newry a grocer & tea dealer from Monaghan Street in 1881 POD
. . O'KEARNEY family Donaghmore they held 3 townlands in early 17th century PNNI V6 p 96
. Patrick O'KEARNEY . Garvaghy held Shanrod townland in 1610 PNNI V6 p 204
Mrs. Mary F. O’KEEFE Down of Dublin; executor of her brother J.F . MacNamara of Downpatrick's will in 1898 MID p 79
. . O'KEENAN family Co Down surname of a literary family who were hereditary historians to Magennis clan in ancient times PNNI V6 p 268
. Charles O'KEENAN/
KEENAN
Kilcoo b. 1760 ; son of John O'Keenan/Keenan & Rose O'Neill; married Nancy Quaile from Derryneil ; father of James b. 10 Dec 1790 (d. 3 Jul 1835 in France) & Theodore (left for Sth America) & Hugh & Anna & Mable & Francis & Rose & John b. 2 Mar 1810 in Kilcoo (died 1901 in France) & Richard & Patrick (d. unmarried) & Mary b. 1820 (d. 1898); died 4 Jul 1831 in Kilcoo Aoife Fitzgerald
. John O'KEENAN/
KEENAN
Kilcoo b. 1730 in Co. Fermanagh; farmed over one acre so granted a spinning wheel premium & the right to grow flax in 1796 in Kilcoo; married Rose O'Neill ; father of Charles b. 1760 in Kilcoo (married Nancy Quaile) ; died 1816 Irish Flax Growers List; Aoife Fitzgerald
Miss Mary O'KEENAN Kilcoo b. 1829 in Ballymoney ; married John McAllister of Clanvaraghan 19 Jun 1837 at Kilcoo Catholic Church; mother of Ellen b. 1839 & Mary Ann b. 1841 (married Patrick McCartan of Ballyhaft) & Patrick b. 21 Jul 1843 (d. 2 Apr 1918 in Salt Lake City USA) & Charles b. 1846 (married Mary McGuinness) & Ellen b. 1849, married Patrick Dobbin) & Rose b. 1851 , married Peter Darby) & Bridget b. 1854 , married Richard Plunkett) & twins Mabel (d. young ) & Rev. Daniel McAllister b. 1857 (d. 1 Feb 1924 in Iowa US) & John b. 4 Jul 1860 (married Ellen Breen of Brookborough Co. Fernanagh) ; died 1898 PR; MIs; Aoife Fitzgerald
. . O'KEILTY . . see under Kielty .
. . O'KELLY . Dromore there were several O'Kelly families living in Ballyvicknacally in 1641 PNNI V6 p 308
Rev. Dr. Hugh O'KELLY D.D. Tullylish & Newry erected original Catholic Church in Clare in 1790; vicar General of Diocese; Bishop of Dromore in 1820; lived in Newry in 1824; d. 14 Aug 1825 aged 75; buried Lawrencetown Catholic graveyard OFB pix; POD; O'L B p 566; OGSLL p47 ; MIs ; DDPP p4, 125, 140
Rev John O'KELLY   Shankill & Tullylish 40 years as parish priest of Shankill & 23 years Chancellor of the Diocese; d. 28 Feb 1825 aged 71; buried Lawrencetown Catholic graveyard; brther of Rev Hugh O'Kelly DDPP p161; MIs
. Neale Roe O'KELLY Esq. Saintfield proprietor of Leggygowan townland in 1659 Census; involved in 1841 rebellion SP; SHM '94 p55; LR 2011 p79
. Ninian O'KELLY . ? on a Protestant Muster Roll for Great Ards in 1603 IR # 42 p 22
Rev.  Patrick O'KELLY  . Clonallon parish priest c. 1420 DDPP p79
. Patrick O'KELLY . Loughinisland died 17 Oct 1685; buried old Loughinisland graveyard MIs
Rev. S.A O'KELLY . Newry prior of Dominican community 1914 DDPP p24
Rev. Timothy O'KELLY . Drumballyroney & Annaclone parish priest in Annaclone in 1780; nephew of Rev. Hugh O'Kelly; buried Drumballyroney family plot in 1810 DDPP p133
. . O'KENANE family . principal Irish name in Lecale area in 1659 PNNI V6 p 268
. Cormac Oge O'KENAN . ? pardoned as a follower of Sir Art Magennis in 1602 PNNI V6 p 268
Rev. James O'KERNY . Donaghcloney Bishop of Down & Connor 1324- 1351 PNNI V6 p 96
Rev. Richard O'KERWAN . Bangor Catholic Abbot of Bangor in 1442 O'L B p 203
Rev. John O'KILLEN . Annaclone parish priest in c. 1700 DDPP p132
Rev. Donald O'LAGHNAN . Maghera appointed Catholic priest to St. Donard's 1438 O'L B p 198
. . O’LAUGHLAN . see under O'Loughlin .
. . O'LAVERTY family Moira owned several townlands in Magheralin parish c. 1670; prominent family in 16th & 17th centuries PNNI V6 p 214, 273
Rev. James O’LAVERTY MRIA. 
Bright & Holywood
born 1828 in Carrowbane, Bright parish; a monsignor; parish priest of Holywood ( for 40 years) when he wrote History of Diocese of Down & Connor in 1878 ; died 1906 KCB p 4; DR* 9/10/1970; O'L V1 p 186; DR* 12/10/05L
. Rory O'LAVERTY . . replaced Hugh O'Loughlin to sovereignty of Kinelarty area c. 1186; the last O'L V1 p 242
Rev.
William
O'LAVERTY
LAVERTY
. Down & Saul kept a school in 1670; clerk & parish priest of Saul & Ballee 10 Jul 1691 & 1704 O'L V1 p 241, 242 & B p 470, 496
. . O'LAVERY . . also see Lavery .
Rev.
Murtagh
O'LAVERY
O'LAWRY
LAVERY
. Magheralin & Dromore b. 1651 in Magheralin ; convicted of treason in Oct 1691; parish priest of Magheralin & Dromore in 1704 aged 53 & again 1738; died c.1770 O'L B p 496, 504; DDPP p56, 183, 184
. Owen O'LAVERY . Magheralin of Taughlumny; will probated 1725 IIW V4 p122
. Patrick O'LAVERY . Magheralin will probated 1766 IIW V4 p122
. Terence O'LAVERY . Magheralin of Taughlumny; will probated 1762 IIW V4 p122
.
Laughlin Roe
O'LAWRY . Magheralin resident in Drumnabreeze townland in 1663 PNNI V6 p 234
.
Murtagh McTirlogh
O'LAWRY . Moira etc held western half of parish, freehold in 1609 PNNI V6 p 273;
.
Terilogh Roe
O'LAWRY . Magheralin resident in Taughlumny townland in 1663 PNNI V6 p 248
Rev Mr
Charles.
OLDEN
OULTON
Kilmore vicar of Kilmore Church of Ireland; minister for 50 years; died 3 Oct 1845 after a brief illness V17 p 88 OSM' AG
Rev
George Ronaldson Cuming
OLDEN M.A..  Knockbreda born in Cork; rector at St. Culmba's Church of Ireland in Kings Road, Belfast 1930- 1949; husband of Martha; father of Olga (b.c. 1913) & Aidan (b.c. 1917) SCPC p 25,92
.
Henry John
OLDEN
. Newry a plasterer; arrested in Newry & charged with manufacturing conterfeit coins , pleaded innocent 8 May 1915 DR*
Miss
Mary
OLDEN
HOLDEN
. Newtownards wife of Henery Clegg; mother ofWilliam b. 1868 & Frederick b. 1870 CR
Col. . OLDFIELD . Kilbroney of Capenham ; owned 22 acres in 1876 LOI
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John
O'LEARY . Bright regd. Killough; husband of Mary Anne Owens; father of Mary b. 19 Jun 1866 & John Patrick b. 14 Mar 1868 CR
. John O'LEARY (?) . Kilkeel married Mary Maginnis 5 Jul 1874 at Lower Mourne Catholic Church, witnesses were Condy O'Neill & Margaret Savage PR
. Rose O'LEARY . Bangor proprietor of Imperial Hotel in Main Street c. 1900 Bangor p5
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William
OLEFOR . Newry died 20 Mar 1750 aged 7.. years; husband of Ann; buried St. Patrick's Church of Ireland graveyard MIs
Rev.
Cornelius
O'LENON . Down Catholic priest in 1704 O'L B p 470
. William OLIPHANT . Down married Ellen Beatty 21 Aug 1854 (sic) at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
. William OLIPHANT . Down son of William Oliphant ; married Ellen Beattie 21 Nov 1854 CR
. Eliza OLINN . Ballyphilip died 23 Jul 1781 aged 25; buried Templecranny graveyard MIs
. John OLLIFFE . Newry husband of Ellen; father of Robert James bpt. 20 Sep 1852 at Newry Mthodist Church PR
Miss Martha Louise OLLIFFE . Newtownards married John Price 13 Oct 1846 at Newtownards Registry Office EA/CR
Miss . OLIVE   Newtownards Mmistress of Academy in West St, Newtownards in 1852 POD
Miss Mary Jemima OLIVE . Newtownards wife of John Flaherty ; mother of William nndrew b. 1872 CR
Mrs.
. OLIVER . Bangor

of Ballymagee St, Bangor in 1902

POD
 .  . OLIVER
family
Down genealogy papers in PRONI OFD p 193
Capt. . OLIVER . Kilmegan Inspecting Coastguard Commander of Castlewellan; sent report on famine crisis in 1846 JMLSG 2010 p57
. . OLIVER
family
Down in Scotch St, Downpatrick; leased a house from Charles Pilson's executors in 1751 ESRR p 2
Miss Agnes OLIVER .
Bangor
daughter of Alexander Oliver ; married James Kennedy 6 Sep 1847 CR
. Alexander OLIVER . Donaghadee husband of Agness Byers; father of Ellenor b. 8 Oct 1867 & Jane b. 10 Mar 1873 CR
Andrew OLIVER . Comber of Mill St, Comber; a cutter & tailor in Comber in 1899 & 1912 POD
Miss Catherine OLIVER . Ballyphilip regd. Portaferry; wife of Thomas Marron ; mother of Rebecca b. 1872 CR
Miss Catherine OLIVER . Bright regd. Killough; wife of Thomas O'Meara; mother of Elizabeth b. 1871 CR
Miss
Catherine
OLIVER . Killinchy married Robert Quinn 25 Jun 1838 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss
Catherine
OLIVER . Newtownards of Whitespots ; married William Walkinson 12 May 1835 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were Mary & Hugh Oliver & Andrew Walkinson PR
Miss
Catherine Ann
OLIVER . Newtownards wife of John Gebbi/Gilbie of Ballyblack; mother of Eleanor b. 17 Apr 1885 & bpt. 13 Jun 1886 & Jane b. 24 Oct & bpt. 6 Nov 1889 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church PR
. David OLIVER . Donaghcloney son of Joseph Oliver ; aged 30 married Rose Anna Miller 28 Jun 1853 CR
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David
OLIVER . Killinchy married Jane Dixon 21 Sep 1835 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
.
David
OLIVER
OLIFER
. Newtownards of Newtownards; husband of Mary McCracken ; father of Eliza Jane b. 1 Sep & bpt. 7 Sep 1845 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church PR
.
David
OLIVER . Newtownards a weaver of Newtownards ; son of David Oliver ( a weaver ) ; married Elizabeth Dunn 13 Nov 1871 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were James Skillin & Rebecca McCaw ; father of Mary Eliza b. 31 Dec 1872 & bpt. 9 Feb 1873 PR
Miss Eliza OLIVER . Bangor daughter of Alexander Oliver; married Samuel Crosbie 25 May 1852 ; mother of Betsy b. 1866 & Isabella b. 1868 & Agnes b. 1871 CR
. Eliza OLIVER . Newtownards of Loughriscouse; leased a house &small garden in 1863 from Henry Ferguson GV
Miss Eliza Anne OLIVER . Newry daughter of Joseph Oliver ; married William Co....... 22 Apr 1867 CR
. Elizabeth OLIVER . Bangor of Fisher Hill, Bangor ; leased a house , yard & small garden in 1863 from Robert E. Ward GV
Miss Ellen OLIVER   Blaris regd. Lisburn; wife of Matthew Faulkner; mother of Margaret b. 1869 CR
. Ellus OLIVER . Comber a private who served and died in 1st World War War Memorial
Miss Emma OLIVER . Down married Robert Campbell 2 Aug 1866 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
Miss Florence OLIVER . Killinchy married William Wallis 17 Mar 1745 at Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Mr. G. OLIVER . Bright elected as select vestryman at Killough Church of Ireland Easter 1877 LM 2002 p 45
. George OLIVER . Magheradrool father of Hugh bpt. 9 Jan 1726 at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church BPCR
. George OLIVER . Newtownards husband of Eleanor Agnes McEvoy / McAvoy ; father of George b. 27 Nov & bpt. 30 Nov 1901 & James McEvoy Oliver b. 2 Jul & bpt. 13 Sep 1903 & Eleanor Agnes b. 12 May & bpt. 6 Jun 1917 at Greenwell Street Presbyterian Church,Newtownards PR
. Gilbert OLIVER . Bangor of Church St, Bangor; skippered ships all over the world c. 1892 Bangor p31; POD 1902
. Hugh OLIVER . Magheradrool & Saintfield produced a Testimonial from Rev Dickson to introduce him at Ballynahinch Presbyterian Church 15 Jul 1726 BPCR
. Hugh OLIVER . Magheradrool of Glasdrumman;a pensioner; father of Robert who married Jane Burns in 1866 CR*
.
Hugh
OLIVER . Newtownards of Greenwell St, Newtownards ; married Anne Jane Baxter 25 Mar 1845 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were Joseph Davidson & William Dunlop PR
. J. OLIVER . Comber volunteered & served in 1st World War War Memorial
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James
OLIVER . Bangor of Church Quarter, Bangor; a grocer in 1852 POD
. James OLIVER . Drumbo father of John bpt. 10 Jun 1700 & Enore bpt. 26 Nov 1702 at Drumbo Presbyterian Church PR
. James OLIVER . Newtownards of Queen St, Newtownards; leased a house, yard & small garden in 1863 from Thomas Crawford GV
. James OLIVER . Bangor son of Alexander Oliver; married Eliza Jane Ferguson 21 May 1855 ; father of Eliza b. 18 Apr 1865 CR
.
James
OLIVER
OLIFER
. Newtownards of Newtownards; husband of Agnes Boal ; father of Margret b. 25 Dec 1842 & bpt. 8 Jan 1843 & Isabella b. 23 Oct & bpt. 9 Nov 1845 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church PR
. James OLIVER . Seapatrick regd. Banbridge; husband of Eliza Anne Pasley; father of female child b. 29 Dec 1869 CR
. John & Thomas OLIVER . ? gave evidence at the trial of William Geddis Aug 1817 for the murder of Adam Heslip of Ballymacreely ; they had tailored for him LM 1985 p18
. John OLIVER . Bangor of Church St, Bangor; leased a house, yard & garden in 1863 from Viscount GV
Rev.

John

OLIVER . Dromore Methodist minister in Dromore 1868-1871 MCIDM
 . John OLIVER Drumbo murder in Ballydolahan 3 Feb 1855 DR
. John OLIVER . Inishargy married Isabella McGilton 15 Nov 1828 at Kircubbin Presbyterian Church PR
 . John OLIVER Killinchy married Elizabeth Sturgeon 4 Mar 1840 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
. John OLIVER . Newtownards of Loughriscouse; a farmer; son of Alexander Oliver (a weaver); married Eliza Dougan 30 May 1856 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church, witnesses were John Majury & Isaac Dunn PR
. John OLIVER . Newtownards of Loughriscouse; a weaver; husband of Eliza Dunn; father of William John b. 12 Sep 1858 & bpt. 13 May 1859 Thomas b. 27 Feb 1869 & Samuel Dunn Oliver b. 10 Mar & bpt. 8 Nov 1860 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church PR/CR
. John OLIVER . Newtownards husband of Margaret Dunn ; father of Mary Jane b. 4 Nov 1872 CR
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Joseph OLIVER . Drumbo son of Thomas Oliver ; married Martha Graham 26 Mar 1853 CR
Mrs. Margaret OLIVER . Bangor daughter of Samuel McDowell; a widow; married John Barr 9 May 1851 CR
Miss Margaret OLIVER . Bangor daughter of James Oliver (a farmer); married John Dempster 29 Jun 1871 at Linenhall Presbyterian Church Belfast PR
Miss Margaret OLIVER .
Blaris & Knockbreda
daughter of Robert Oliver (formerly of Plantation, Lisburn) ; married James Ferguson on 20 June 1907 at Donegall Pass Presbyterian Church, Belfast, witnesses were Thomas Oliver and Robina Ross ; mother of Ernest J b. 8 Oct 1908 & Mary b. 31 May 1911 & Helen b. 5 Jun 1913 ; living at 52 Omeath Street Belfast in 1911
CR; Noel Lavery
Miss Margaret (Maggie) OLIVER . Holywood wife of Samuel Graham; mother of Annie bpt. 1899 at 1st Holywood Presbyterian Church PR
Miss
Margaret
OLIVER . Killinchy married William Moore 30 Sep 1826 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Margaret OLIVER . Killinchy daughter of Adam Oliver ; married Robert McBriar 14 Dec 1850 CR
Miss Margaret OLIVER . Newtownards a sewer of Newtownards; daughter of James Oliver; married John Andrews 14 Jul 1860 t 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were William & Catherine O'Neill; mother of Agnes b. 1865 & John b. 1869 & Margaret b. 1872 & Elizabeth b. 1874 PR; CR
Miss
Martha
OLIVER . Killinchy married James O'Neill 15 Oct 1830 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Mary OLIVER Ballywalter died 12 Mar 1745 aged 65; buried Whitechurch graveyard with Jackson family MIs
Miss Mary OLIVER . Bangor daughter of Hamilton Oliver; married William Peters 16 Sep 1853 ; mother of Anna b. 1870 & Eliza b. 1873 CR
Miss Mary OLIVER . Bangor wife of Thomas Dickson ; mother of James b. 1869 CR
Miss Mary OLIVER . Killinchy wife of William Clarke; mother of Thomas bpt. 13 Feb 1825 at Killinchy Church of Ireland PR
Miss
Mary
OLIVER . Killinchy married James McClenaghan 9 Jun 1841 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
Miss Mary OLIVER . Killinchy & Killyleagh married James White 28 Dec 1844 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church ; mother of Martha b. 1865 (regd. Killyleagh PR; CR
. Mary OLIVER . Newtownards of Greenwell Lane, Newtownards , leased a house & yard in 1863 from William Ditty GV
. Robert OLLIVER . Annahilt husband of Jane Burns; father of Thomas b. 24 Mar 1869 & Margaret Ann b. 16 Jan 1874 CR
 . Robert OLIVER Ardglass a Coastguard, accidentally drowned in harbour 28 Mar 1874 DR
. Robert OLIVER/ OLLIVER . Blaris & Belfast

of Plantation; a carpenter; son of William Oliver ( a weaver); aged 23 married Mary Leathem aged 22 on 25 Jun 1870 in Lisburn Church of Ireland Cathedral, witnesses were Hugh Pattison & Anne Jane Morgan ; father of William b. 21 Jul 1870 & Robert b. 16 Mar 1872 ( d 28 Apr 1896 of Phthisis (TB) ) & Margaret b. 5 May 1873 (m. James Ferguson 20 Jun 1907 ) & James b. 24 Aug 1875 ( died 2 Apr 1878 of diarrhoea) & John b. 14 Aug 1877 & James b. 8 Jan 1879 ( died 21Sep 1899 of Phthisis (TB)) & Ellen b. 20 May 1880 & Thomas b. 15 Sep 1883 ; living in 26 Low Rd, Lisburn in 1901 & working as a carpenter, his wife Mary died at 52 Low Road on 05 Jan 1902 of Phthisis (TB); a widower & joiner of 52 Omeath Street, Belfast; formerly of Plantation, Lisburn, died 30 Dec 1910 aged 58 ; knocked down by Patrick McLaughlin on 29 Dec 1910, fracture of skull, PM Homicide; information James Graham , coroner for the City of Belfast, inquest 3 January 1911

CR; Census; Noel Lavery
.
Robert
OLIVER . Bright regd. Killough; husband of Frances Catherine Williamson; father of Thomas William b. 13 Apr 1865 & John Williamson Oliver b. 4 Dec 1867 & Robert b. 24 Dec 1868 & Edith Anna b. 4 Jul 1874 CR
. Robert OLIVER . Inch married Frances C. Williamson 1 Aug 1863 at Inch Church of Ireland PR
 .
Robert OLIVER . Knockbreda

of Castlereagh Rd, East Belfast; a grocer in 1902

POD
. Robert OLIVER . Magheradrool son of Hugh Oliver ; aged 24 married Agness Bell 1 Nov 1852 CR
.
Robert
OLIVER . Magheradrool of Glassdrumman; a widower; a weaver; son of Hugh Oliver; married Jane Burns aged 21 on 7 Oct 1866 at Magheradrool Church of Ireland by Rev. Charles Boyd; witnesses were James Scott & Isabella Scott CR
.
Samuel
OLIVER . Bangor husband of Mary Ann Lynas; father of William John b. 30 May 1871 & Margaret b. 8 Dec 1872 CR
. Samuel OLIVER . Greyabbey son of Alexander Oliver ; aged 19 married Margret Jane White 26 Mar 1855 CR
.
Samuel
OLLIVER . Magheradrool regd. Ballynahinch; husband of Allice Fawcit; father of Hugh William b. 21 Aug 1871 CR
.
Samuel
OLIVER . Newtownards husband of Margaret Jane White; father of Ellen Elizabeth b. 16 Feb 1869 & Catherine Maria b. 2 Jul 1871 CR
Miss
Sarah
OLIVER . Killyleagh wife of Matthew Renton; mother of Louisa Catherine b. 1869 & Walter b. 1871 CR
Miss Sarah OLIVER . Newtownards daughter of John Oliver ; aged 24 married John Morrison 27 Jun 1853 CR
.
Stewart
OLIVER . Drumbo regd. Ballylesson; husband of Anne Chancellor; father of Samuel b. 15 Sep 1867 CR
. T. OLIVER . Comber volunteered & served with 'B' Company, 13th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles in 1st World War War Memorial; RCDJB p29
.
Thomas
OLIVER . Killinchy married Martha Huston 2 Mar 1844 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
.
Thomas
OLIVER . Killinchy married Susanna Napier 9 Sep 1844 at 1st Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
. Thomas OLIVER . Newtownards son of John Oliver ; aged 24 married Catherine Megarry 28 Nov 1853 CR
.
Thomas
OLIVER . Newtownards husband of Martha Huston; father of Margaret b. 6 Jan 1870 CR
.
Thomas
OLIVER . Newtownards of Newtownards; husband of Ellen McCaw ; father of Florence b. 24 Dec 1917 & bpt. 31 Jan 1918 & John b. 19 Jan & bpt. 16 Feb 1919 & Mabel b. 2 Apr & bpt. 24 Apr 1921 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church PR
. William OLIVER   Blaris & Knockbreda a bricklayer, b. 21 Oct 1870 in Largymore ; son of Robert Oliver (carpenter of 19 Chatsworth Street, Belfast; married Maggie Ross of Belfast 9 Jan 1896 at Belmont Presbyterian Church, Belfast; father of Robert James Alexander b. 11 Oct 1898 & Willam b. & d. 13 Nov 1900 & Florence b. 16 Aug 1902 (died 19 Aug 1902) & William b. 24 Sep 1906; living at 333 Woodstock Road, Belfast in 1901 CR. Census ; Noel Lavery
. William OLIVER . Newtownards of Drumawhey ; a weaver; husband of Susanna McKee; father of Catherine Ann D. b. 17 Mar & bpt. 26 Sep 1859 at Ballyblack Presbyterian Church PR
.
William
OLIVER . Newtownards died in 1st World War War Memorial
. William OLIVER . Tullynakill of Ardmillan; witness at the marriage of John Gilmore of Ardmillan & Catherine Dixon 9 Apr 1836 at Killinchy Presbyterian Church PR
. . OLLIFFE . . see under Oliffe .
Miss Agnes O'LONE . Knockbreda daughter of James O'Lone; married William McKay 18 Apr 1867 CR
Rev.
Charles
O'LOAN . Kilmegan & Blaris & Kilkeel parish priest of Castlewellan in 1898 & Lisburn in 1910 then Lower Mourne 1911-1934 POD; PE
Miss
Gertrude Caroline
O'LONE . Newtownards of Newtownards ; daughter of John O'Lone ( a soldier ) ; married Charles Trotter 14 Jan 1920 at 1st Newtownards Presbyterian Church, witnesses were James Crawford & Sarah Alexander PR
. John O'LONE . Knockbreda of Odense Cottage , Castleview Rd, East Belfast; in 1902 POD
.
Robert J.
O'LONE . Newtownards died in 1st World War War Memorial
.
Walter P.
O'LONE D.C.M Newtownards died in 1st World War War Memorial
. . O'LOUGHLIN . Kilmegan a Munster name; owned 7 townlands near Dundrum in ancient times DCPH p 101; O'L V1 p 55
. Agnes O'LAUGHLIN . Drumgooland witness at the marriage of Hugh Murray & Bridget Morgan 24 Feb 1846 at Leitrim Catholic Church PR
Miss
Alice
Josephine
O'LOUGHLIN . Newtownards wife of Edward Tierney; mother of Kate Mary Josephine b. 1871 CR
. Anthony O'LOUGHLIN . Co. Down with his sister Agnes Hillard of Dublin, contested the will of their brother Father Henry O'Loughlin who died 15 Aug 1887 in USA ,notice 5 Apr 1888 page 6 Brooklyn Eagle
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Anthony
O'LOUGHLIN . Hillsborough husband of Alice; parents of Mrs Agnes Hilland who died 22 May 1894 aged 66; buried Kilwarlin Catholic graveyard MIs
Rev.
Bernard
O'LOUGHLIN . Drumgooland & Clonduff born in this parish; brother of Rev Michael O'Loughlin; ordained 1831; curate at Clonduff, Annaclone, Seagoe then parish priest of Clonduff DCPH p 100, 101,134
.
James
O'LOUGHLIN . Blaris of Culcavey; died 19 Mar 1861 aged 69; husband of Anne; father of Jane & Mary; buried Kilwarlin Catholic graveyard MIs
. James Patrick O'LOUGHLIN . Inishargy of Kircubbin; b. 27 Mar 1894; emigrated to USA in 1914; a private with Machine Gun Co. 167th Infantry; naturalised 1918 then lived Lisconduff, Castlehane Co. Monaghan; brother of D. J. O'Loughlin of Salt Lake City USA & Thomas O'Loughlin of Smith Ave, Detroit USA; nephew of Rev. P. O'Loughlin of Rolla , Missouri USA Irish Gleanings
. John Timothy O'LAUGHLIN . Kilmegan a peddlar; went to USA c. 1820 ; brother of James, Patrick, & Mary who sought information of his whereabouts 5 Jan 1861 LR 2007 p79
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John
O'LOUGHLIN . Maghera paid tithes to the church for 4 townlands in 1615 O'L B p 319
Miss Kate Julia O'LOUGHLIN . Newtownards wife of Robert Francis Magee ; mother of Ellen Mary b. 1869 & Robert Joseph b. 1871 & Kate b. 1873 CR
. Mary O'LOUGHLIN . Clonduff in Stang, leased 16 acres in 1863 to Bridget McPoland GV
. Mary O'LAUGHLIN . Drumgooland wife of Richard McPolin; mother of Benard bpt. 9 Aug 1849 at Gargary Catholic Church, sponsors were James McGrady & Elizabeth Magrevy PR
Rev.
Michael
O'LOUGHLIN/
O’LAUGHLAN
. Drumgooland, Newry, Clonallon, Drumgath born Drumgooland ; brother of Rev. Bernard O'Loughlin; Catholic curate in Newry & Clonallan c. 1833; parish priest of Leitrim in 1827 & 1846; filled out questionaries for Poor Law Commission re state of the parish; curate in Drumgath 1850-1851 DCPH p 122, 57,100, 132 ; V3 p 22 OSM; DDPP p 69,82, 115
Mr. Neal O'LOUGHLIN . Kilmegan of Castlewellan; died 17 Sep 1841 in Oakville, Upper Canada; death notice 21 Dec 1841 BN; IED
. Owen LOUGHLIN
O'LOUGHLIN
. ? a carter for Castlewellan Brewery Co., Dundalk; died at Rathfriland after his horse went too fast down the hill in Downpatrick Street & he was caught under the van & crushed 23 Jul 1910 Weekly Irish Times
. Patrick J. O'LOUGHLIN . Drumgath of Castle St, Rathfriland; an army pensioner; lost an arm in 1st World War son of Michael & Ellen O'Loughlin; married Sarah Brown 31 Aug 1917 at Barnmeen Catholic Church; witnesses were Thomas Hillen & Elizabeth Doyle; Sarah died 1 Dec 1918 of flu; father of William who died 17 Apr 1919 (accident) ; emigrated to Wales & remarried PR; Frank Murphy
. Patrick O'LAUGHLIN . Kilmegan of Magherasaul ; owner of schooner 'Maid of Erin' which was lost 6 Oct 1874 BoTWR/MB
Rev.  R.S. O'LOUGHLIN . Dromore dean at Church of Ireland Cathedral in 1910 POD
. Thomas O'LOUGHLIN . Newry husband of Ann Gollogher ; father of Thomas b. 5 Nov 1872 CR
 . OLPHERTS family Down of Downpatrick; c.1702; family burying plot in Downpatrick Cathedral graveyard MIs

Miss

Charlotte OLPHERTS . Down daughter of John Olpherts; married Edward Keeler 30 Oct 1851 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland CR
Dr. J.Wybrants OLPHERTS M.D. Down of Irish St, Downpatrick in 1900; an assistant churchwarden in 1887 & a churchwarden in 1888-1892 & a diocesan synodsman & member of the Select Vestry for Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1901; donated £10 to Downpatrick Church of Ireland Rectory Builing Fund in 1907; registrar of births, marriages & deaths in 1910; attended post mortem in Downpatrick 16 Aug 1911; president of Protestant Total Abstinence Union 20 Mar 1912 POD; DAIPC preface, p28, 17,107; DR*
. Jane OLPHERTS . Down mistress at National School in Infirmary Lane, Downpatrick in 1846 POD
. John OLPHERTS . Down married Proscilla Church 20 May 1757 at Downpatrick Church of Ireland PR
John OLPHERTS Down a churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1772 DAIPC p13
William OLPHERTS Down a churchwarden at Downpatrick Church of Ireland in 1849 & assistant churchwarden in 1858 & 1866 DAIPC p16,27,28
. William G. OLPHERTS . Down clerk & relieving officer for Downpatrick Board of Guardians in 1862; in Bridge St, Downpatrick; leased out 4 houses in 1863; member of Downpatrick Cricket Club in 1873 POD; GV; LM 2000 p69
. Daniel OLUM . Saintfield of Church St, Saintfield; a shoe manufacturer in 1811 POD
. Walter oge OLUNE . Killyleagh of Ballygigon; a juror for Co. Down 27 Feb 1613 O'L V1 p 219
. . O'LYNCHY family . Anglicised to Lynch; held the Lordship of ancient District of Dalaradia O'L B p 568


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