The obituary page has now passed the 3,300 mark. The earliest new obituary is for U. S. M. C. Private P. Ahearn on the Island of Guam, 12 June 1901. The most recent new obituary is for Pamela (Gardner) Ahearn of Alexandria, Virginia, 30 March 2007. She was the wife of Frederick "Rick" Ahearn, an aide to Ronald Reagan who was holding the door of the limo when the President was shot by John Hinkley. He's the one wearing glasses in the photo that was taken at that moment in time. The story of that day can be found on the Aherns in the News pages along with the following new additions.
- William Ahern, of Scotland, married Henrietta E. Peardon, of England, in Los Angeles, 7 March 1907 - John Ahern of the Miners' Union arrested in labor strife at Leadville, Colorado, 8 December 1896 - Harry Ahearn married Elizabeth Hart in Chicago's All Souls' Church, 29 November 1896 - Australian vegan Pam Ahern leads Edgar the piglet up Parliament House steps in campaign for animal rights, 19 March 2007 - P. J. Ahern nominated as constable in 32nd Ward (Hyde Park) of Chicago, 12 March 1893 - Daniel Ahern awarded medal of merit in Hyde Park High School graduation, 24 June 1892 - 1st Lieutenant George Patrick Ahern transferred to Co. K, Twenty-fifth Infantry, 28 May 1892 - Michael Ahern of Alexandria, Virginia made treasurer of St. Vincent de Paul Society, 20 October 1892 - C. F. O'Hearn of Ann Arbor staying at the Tremont Hotel in Chicago, 30 October 1892 - Sarah Elizabeth O'Herron of Charlotte, North Carolina engaged to Daniel Hogan, 1 April 2007 - Elizabeth Coughlin O'Herron of of Westfield, New Jersey, engaged to Robert Swindell, 17 January 1988 - James Ahern nominated to General Assembly of Trade Unionists in Chicago, 7 October 1892 - John and Thomas Ahearn of Lowell, Mass. on committee for dance at Sacred Heart, 13 May 1930 - Chicago bartender Patrick O'Hearn charged with assaulting a woman, 19 August 1900 - painter John Ahern wounded in riot in Akron, Ohio, 24 August 1900 - J. W. Ahern of Bakersfield, California staying at Nadeau Hotel in Los Angeles, 4 September 1900 - James O'Hearn shot and wounded by unknown assailant in Chicago, 13 September 1903 - Dennis Ahern of Acton, Mass. to give talk on researching family history in Irish newspapers at Andover's Memorial Hall Library, 28 March 2004 - John Ahearn of Skokie, Illinois killed and wife Loretta critically injured in car crash, 24 March 1960