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Mary Agnes and Helena Frances O'Hara

Mary Agnes and Helena Frances O'Hara
Mary Agnes and Helena Frances O'Hara
Two Literary Writers

It is not given to every family to claim one of their children endowed with poetical abilities; rare indeed is the family where two is endowed with such, yet this is the honor for Mr. and Mrs. Henry O'Hara south of town.

Of their four children two — Mary Agnes and Helena Frances — are well known as contributors of verse to the readers of The Democrat, not only under their names but also as M.A. and Allie Hale.

In early school days their poetic tastes were soon noticeable and their first efforts were published in the young peoples' department in the Catholic Universe of Cleveland, ohio, and the Catholic Columbian, Columbus, Ohio, since then amny of their articles, both prose and verse, have appeared in various periodicals.

From Madison Democrat 50th Anniversary
Published by the Madison Democrat, 1908

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All genealogists in your area are invited to the following free workshop:

Ohio Chapter Palatines to America German Genealogy Free German Genealogy Workshop

Saturday, August 17, 2013, 10:00 AM 12:30 PM
Chillicothe-Ross County Library, 140 South Paint Street, Chillicothe, Ohio, Phone: 740-702-4145,
Featured Speaker:Ernest Thode
Agenda:
Session 1: Beginning Your German Research
Session 2: German Migration to America
Pre-registration is not necessary.
Everyone is welcome.


Thank you,
Richard E. Hartle
Publicity Chairman
Ohio Chapter PalAm


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