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Name Cemetery County Province
Alice Barnard O'Hara Carluke White Church Wentworth (incl. Hamilton) Ontario
Mabel Bertrand O'Hara Notre Dame - Section D1 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Ann E. Birmingham O'Hara Notre Dame - Section D3 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Jeanne Carriere O'Hara Notre Dame - Section 64C Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Mary Edge O'Hara St. Isidore Roman Catholic, Kanata Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Catherine Hughes O'Hara Notre Dame - Section D1 Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Mary Mactavish O'Hara Hillcrest, Smiths Falls Lanark Ontario
Julia Marten O'Hara St. Peter Celestine Roman Catholic Lanark Ontario
Jean Fraser Matheson O'Hara Hillcrest, Smiths Falls Lanark Ontario
Bridget Mcevoy O'Hara New Liskeard Roman Catholic Temiskaming Ontario
Margaret Moore O'Hara Notre Dame - Section Z Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Anna Moran O'Hara Hillside, RC 1, Portage la Prairie Portage La Prairie Manitoba
Patricia Mary O'Donnell O'Hara Dale's, Cumberland Russell Ontario
Albert A. O'Hara Carluke White Church Wentworth (incl. Hamilton) Ontario
Allan O'Hara Notre Dame - Section 64C Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Baby O'Hara St. Francis de Sales R. C., Ajax Ontario County(not Province) Ontario
Bridget O'Hara St. Patrick's Catholic, Apto, Con.4 Lot 10 Flos Twp. Simcoe Ontario
Bridget O'Hara Haileybury Roman Catholic Temiskaming Ontario
Bridget O'Hara Bellamy's Pond Leeds Ontario
Carl F. O'Hara Yates, Parksville Vancouver Island British Columbia
Catherine O'Hara Carluke White Church Wentworth (incl. Hamilton) Ontario
Charles O'Hara Hillcrest, Smiths Falls Lanark Ontario
Dennis L. O'Hara Notre Dame - Section 64C Carleton (incl. Ottawa) Ontario
Dominic O'Hara St. Theresa Roman Catholic, Cobalt Temiskaming Ontario
Elizabeth O'Hara St. Patrick's Catholic, Apto, Con.4 Lot 10 Flos Twp. Simcoe Ontario
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The mission of this project is to capture digital images and the complete transcription of headstones of our ancestors. As decades pass, it is becoming harder - if not impossible - to read the inscriptions these stones originally contained. By archiving the images and transcriptions, these important records are saved