Person    | Male  Born 8/6/1931  Died /7/1992

David Ivan O'Hara

Categories: Community / Clubs

Countries: Ireland

David Ivan O'Hara

In his last years dedicated himself to the projects of the community of the Pepys Estate where he lived.

Andrew Behan has researched this man: Death registration records provide the birth and death dates. An ancestry.co.uk family researcher has an entry for this person which expands on the life of this man. David Ivan O'Hara was born on 6 June 1931 in Maghera, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, the son of Charles and Mary O'Hara. He married Mary Theresa Byrne and they had seven children, five boys and two girls. He died in July 1992 in Guys Hospital, London.

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David Ivan O'Hara

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David O'Hara

{Below a crown:} This plaque has been dedicated by the Pepys community in mem...

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Wall of the Ancestors - middling

According to the plaque these are, clockwise from top left: Dave O'Hara, Tomm...

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