Information for
Anna Irene O'Hara
28 February, 1875 - 1 Jan, 1943
From the Idaho Free Press
2 January, 1943

Contributed by Bonnie
Dilworth



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Note - Headstone states Anna died 1 January,
but Idaho Free Press states 2 January.
Headstone also shows death year as 1875.
Idaho Free Press states 1874, and Idaho
Death Index states 1874.

 

Mrs. Anna O'Hara
Glendale Pioneer,
Dies Early Today

     MELBA, Jan. 2 (Special) Ė Mrs. Anna Irene OíHara, 67, who with her husband was one of the first settlers to homestead in Glendale community near here, died at her home early today.
     Mrs. OíHara was born in February 1874 in Minneapolis, Minn. She came to Idaho from Minneapolis in 1909 and located in the Glendale community. Her home has been there ever since.
     Besides her husband, Martin J. OíHara, she is survived by three sons, Donald of Los Angeles, Robert of Melba and Louis who is with the armed forces and is stationed at Lawrenceville, Ill., two brothers, R. E. McDonough, Melba and Albert McDonough of Minneapolis.
     The body is at Robinsonís funeral chapel in Nampa. Arrangements for services were incomplete late today.


From the Idaho Free Press
6 January, 1943
 

O'Hara Rites Set
For Friday A.M.

     Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Irene OíHara of Melba will be held Friday at 10 a.m. at St. Paulís Catholic church. Interment will be in Mount Calvary cemetery. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday at Robinsonís funeral chapel.



Image below is a link to the location of the
gravesite in Mt. Calvary cemetery.

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Anna's marker is at number 18.



 

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