Individual Record for: Richard Reginald Bazley O'Hara

Personal and Family Information

Richard Reginald Bazley O'Hara was born SEP 1871 in Black Town Church, Madras, India. He died AUG 1947 in Tauranga, New Zealand. He was the son of Richard Lawrence Huntley O'Hara and Jane Mary Anne Bazley.

Richard Reginald Bazley O'Hara had 2 marriages/partners. His 1st wife was Florence Anne Steele. They were married JUL 1898 in Holy Trinity Church, Bangalore, India. Their 4 known children were Reginald Hilbert 'Bertie' O'Hara, Muriel Emily O'Hara, Richard Aubrey O'Hara and Edwin Arnold O'Hara.

His 2nd wife was Alice-Sarah. They were married JAN 1926 in Chelsea, London, England. They had no known children.

Ancestors Chart (3 generations)


 

Richard Reginald Bazley O'Hara
(1871-1947)

 

Richard Lawrence Huntley O'Hara
(1848-1916)

 

George O'Hara
(1820-1898)

 

Lawrence O'Hara
(c1770-1825)

 
   

Gungah
(-?)

 
   

Elizabeth Harper
(1828-1870)

 

Richard Harper
(1807-1860)

 
   

Elizabeth Rebecca Huntley
(1810-1832)

 
   

Jane Mary Anne Bazley
(1852-1913)

 

Nicholas Bazely
(1827-1898)

   
 
 
     
 
 
   

Jane Mary Anne Leonard
(1831-1852)

   
 
 
     
 
 

Events

EventDatePlaceDetailsNotes
Residence1903Prome, BurmaProme, Burma
Residence1909Port Blair, Andaman Islands, BurmaPort Blair, Andaman Islands

Other Life Events

EventDatePlaceDetailsNotes
Occupation1903Prome, BurmaWorked in the Forestry Department

Notes

The Times of India (23/9/1871) records the birth of his first son in 1871 and he being at "Free Church Mission College" in what capacity its not clear.

The Indian Forester, by R.P. Sharma published in 1896

11th May 1895 Mr Reginald O'Hara, Forester, 2nd Grade and Temporary forester, 1st grade, to act as Ranger, 5th grade, from 1st May 1895 vice CM Parthsarady Naidu on leave, or until further order.

5th September 1895

Mr R O'Hara, Acting Forest Ranger from Vizagapatam to Godavari

On 13 Apr 1910 he arrived at Southampton from Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) on the Lutzow (Norddeutscher Lloyd Line) (see BT26/448/20)

On 22 June 1910 he returned alone from Southampton bound for Columbo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) on the Prinz Ludwig (Norddeutscher Lloyd Line).

In 1925 he sailed alone first class from Rangoon to Liverpool (BT26/789/36). Arriving on 21 Nov 1925 on the Burma ( a ship of the Henderson Line). He gave his address as c/o Thos Cook & Son, London. His destination address was 7 Clarendon Road Wallington, Surrey

Occupation was "Forestry Grower"

Left for Auckland, New Zealand on 12 March 1926 from Southampton on the Remuera.