O'Connor Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Find records of O'Connors by their first name:
- Aaron O'Connor to Annette O'Connor
- Annie O'Connor to Billy O'Connor
- Brandi O'Connor to Cheryl O'Connor
- Chris O'Connor to David O'Connor
- Dawna O'Connor to Eamon O'Connor
- Earl O'Connor to Esther O'Connor
- Ethel O'Connor to Gerald O'Connor
- Geraldine O'Connor to Hugh O'Connor
- Ib O'Connor to Jeanne O'Connor
- Jeannine O'Connor to Julia O'Connor
- Julianne O'Connor to Lauri O'Connor
- Laurie O'Connor to Lucille O'Connor
- Lulu O'Connor to Mary O'Connor
- Maryann O'Connor to Muriel O'Connor
- Musgrove O'Connor to Owen O'Connor
- Paschal O'Connor to Richard O'Connor
- Rita O'Connor to Sean O'Connor
- Severiana O'Connor to Theodore O'Connor
- Theresa O'Connor to Wilfred O'Connor
- William O'Connor to Zacory O'Connor
Most Common First Names
- John 12.4%
- James 6.6%
- Thomas 6.1%
- Patrick 4.6%
- William 4.1%
- Michael 3.9%
- Daniel 2.8%
- Edward 2.2%
- Joseph 1.9%
- Timothy 1.8%
O'Connor Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the O'Connor family.
O'Connor Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 2,164 people with the last name O'Connor that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the O'Connor family on AncientFaces.
In 1854, the O'Connors moved to Wisconsin and spent their next nineteen years in the area of Elizabethtown/New Lisbon. The couple had eleven children: Patrick, Michael, Mary Ann, Joseph Corey, Elizabeth B., James William, Sarah Jane, Katherine Agnes, John J, Peter, and Francis. At some point, the couple also adopted a son named John McCabe.
In 1872, James and Bridget brought their children; Patrick, Michael, and Mary; from New Lisbon, Wisconsin to Emmet Township, Dakota Territory. Each filed for a quarter of land in the township and then built small shacks on the land to make improvement to fulfill the Homestead Act. Patrick and Michael were reported to have farmed; while, Mary was reported to have cooked, washed, and sewed.
When Patrick fell ill in 1874 and was no longer able to cultivate, James and Bridget brought the rest of the family down from New Lisbon, Wisconsin to Dakota Territory. Patrick O'Connor's burial was the earliest on record for St. Joseph Cemetery.
born March 26, 1930, El Paso, Texas.
Daughter of; Henry Alford Day and Ada Mae Wilkey;
Henry Alford was the son of; Henry Clay Day and Alice Edith Hilton;
Henry Clay was the son of; Hollis Day & Eliza L. Flanders;
Eliza was the daughter of; Philip Flanders & Parlee Bradford;
Philip was the son of; Simon Flanders & Hannah Leavitt;
Simon was the son of; Asa Flanders & Mehitable Dow;
Asa was the son of; Steven Flanders, 111 & Sarah Blaisdell;
Steven 111 was the son of; Steven, 11 & Abigail Carter;
Steven 11 was the son of; Steven 1 & Jane Sandusky
Sandra Day O'Connor is the first woman Supreme Court Justice. She was appointed by President Ronald Reagan. She is a descendant of STEVEN FLANDERS and JANE SANDUSKY
SHE MARRIED JOHN JAY O'CONNOR, 111
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Here is what I know:
Joseph L O'Connor (1883-1956)married Anna Louise (Lula, Lulu, Annie) Arthur (I have traced the Arthurs to England).
Her parents were: Barbara Ziegler and Minor Arthur (family out of Lowville, New York)
Joseph was my great grandfather and I have no idea who his parents were.
Joseph and Lulu's children were:
*Ferroll Ann O'Connor her second marriage was to a Treleven
*Lawrence J O'Connor (Sept 20 1911-Aug 1986) married Margaret Irene King (I have traced the Kings back to England) Lawrence was an on board electrician in the Navy during WWII. He and Margaret were divorced by then, and he had custody of the four kids: Lawrence Jr, Patricia, Marion, and Gerald. My mother remembers that Lawrence placed her and siblings in a children's orphanage while he was in the service. She was about seven, and would go to the basement of the orphanage and play dress up with boxes of clothes and high heels she found there; the nuns seemed to "not notice" that she did this and would allow her the play time without a word to her about it. She remembers the day they heard on the radio that the war was over, she was so happy because she knew her daddy would be coming to get them. Lawrence was an electrician, and I remember as a child that he at one time worked for Petrie Electric. Lawrence liked to fish, and camp. He married a Helen and had two sons with her (I don't know her maiden name). Their sons were Glenn, and Neil. I remember camping trips with Grandpa, Helen, Glenn and Neil. Once when we were visiting him I made an apple pie (my first) I was 13. It came out of the oven golden brown, and ooozzing apple gravy. One bite, and I was horrified to learn it tasted very salty....Grandpa Lawrence laughed....I didn't know he had taken the sugar canister, and placed salt in it the last time we went camping to salt down the fish after we caught them. He felt bad that he left the salt in the sugar canister, and ruined my pie...we all laughed.
*Frank E O'Connor (Mar 11 1913-Aug 14 1966) married Blanche Reich They lived in Lebanon, TN
*Russell F O'Connor (Apr 09 1920-Aug 14 1995) married Rosemary Dunn they lived in North Fond du Lac, WI
*Elizabeth Ann (Betty) O'Connor married Albert (Red) Holz
My mother is the eldest daughter of Lawrence O'Connor....Patricia Louise.
I found Joseph and Lulu (as my mother remember's her) in two census in Fond du Lac area, in one he is newly married and listed as a farmer, in the latter he is listed as a Tannery Foreman. My mother remembers stories of Joseph being brought to USA by his father Unknown O'Connor as a small child. Both census Joseph reported being born in Wisconsin, and that both his parents were born in Wisconsin...This is rather confusing.
The O'Connor line is the only family I have hit a brick wall with. I have reached out to my mother's cousins (their father supposedly trace the O'Connor history), but no one has responded....
Thanks for letting share my O'Connor story.