Some of the information I have is from the Federal Census, e.g. John O'Hearn, Washington, Kings County, Seattle, ED 113, Sheet #11B for 1920 (my grandfather, Maurice's son);Ann O'Hearn, MN, Nobles County, Grand Prairie Township, ED 216, Sheet #6 in the 1900 Census (Ann is Maurice's wife who is 59 at this time), and a reference to Alabama as Maurice's birthplace is in this Census;Richard O'Hearn, MN, NObles County, Grand Prairie township, ED 216, Sheet 7A in the 1900 Census (Maurice O'Hearn's brother, 56 at the time of this census);Maurice O'Hearn, MN, Nobles, Grand Prairie, ED 196, Sheet 6 in the 1880 Census, listing his whole family, beginning with John at age 16 down through Joseph, age 3. (Maurice and Edward are twin sons, age 8 in this 1880 Census.
I didn't know that Kathrine existed (Maurice and Richard's sister, so that was very helpful.I would be very interested to see any photographs or documentation (e.g certificates of marriage, baptism, birth, naturalization papers, applications et al) of any of the O'Hearn family. In general, the information you provided to my cousin Maury on this site confirmed most of the information which I had obtained otherwise (some from the off year Censuses for MN as well.)
John H. O'Hearn, my grandfather, married Ann Gertrude Feeney and they had four children, Mary Carmella, Maurice Vincent, Gertrude Agnes (my mother) and Raphael Joseph, all of whom are now deceased. Ann Gertrude Feeney was born in Kingston NY in Nov 1868 and died in San Francisco, CA on Dec 8, 1952.John O'Hearn was born in 1864 in Shieldsville and died on Dec 11, 1922 in Seattle, Washington, where he was a lumber buyer for Continental Pipe Company.
I don't know how to get in direct touch so that you can e mail the photos or information from other publications.Thanks and lets stay in touch.