O'Hare Family

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Family

Authorized form of name

O'Hare Family

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Description area

Dates of existence

1876-2013

History

The O’Hare family was a prominent Manitoban family. John O’Hare, born on July 1 1876, was the son of Peter O’Hare and Sarah Ann O’Hare. Sara Ann later remarried Henry Lawrence and changed her name to Sarah Ann Lawrence. John O’Hare married Florence Frances Bridger (daughter of Thomas and Sara Bridger) in 1901, they had three children: Ralph, Elva, and Zella Mae. Elva graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1928 with a degree in Varsity Arts. Zella Mae married Bill Webber. Bill Webber served in WWII in the Canadian Navy as a member of the Fleet Air Arm. He also managed the Winnipeg Monarchs to two Canadian junior Hockey Memorial Cup National Championships in 1935 and 1937.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba

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Internal structures/genealogy

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Authority record identifier

o'hare_family

Institution identifier

UMASC

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Status

Draft

Level of detail

Partial

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Created by Andrea Martin, March 2015

Language(s)

  • English

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