There are Hanlons in every walk of life: artists, sportsmen, realtors, priests... even famous ones! And some very fine establishments carry the Hanlon name - just look at J.J. Hanlon's Pub in Dublin (listed under Restaurants, Pubs, Hotels, Breweries). This page covers people and businesses from 1800 onwards; earlier cases are listed on the O'Hanlon History page.
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|1: Famous Hanlons|
- John O'Hanlon, 1821 - 1905.
Born in Stradbally, County Laois (Queen's County) John O'Hanlon was studying for the priesthood when his parents moved the family to the United States. There he wrote an "Irish Emigrant's Guide to the United States" and was ordained in the Catholic Church, working in St. Louis, Missouri until his return to Ireland in 1853. He was a very learned man who shared his vast knowledge of religious and Irish history by writing. He wrote an impressive body of work of which the best known is his ten volume opus magnus, "Lives of the Irish Saints" (published Dublin, 1875). Dr. Walsh, Archbishop of Dublin, described him as "a man who worked so hard at his pastoral duties that men wondered how he could have found time to write anything, and who wrote so much that men wondered how he could have done any missionary work."
- Edward "Ned" Hanlan, 1855 - 1908
Ned Hanlan learned to row at an early age: he crossed Toronto Harbour daily from his home on Toronto Island to reach George Street Public School on the mainland. At 5'8" and 155 pounds he became a sporting legend in 1879 when he defeated the 6' 200 lb English champion, William Elliott, by an astonishing eleven lengths. From 1876 to 1886 he rowed all over the world and lost only six of 300 races. Over half a million dollars were bet on him in England in 1880 against the reigning world champion, Australian Edward Trickett. But whenever Hanlan's lead increased he would stop to take a drink of water and wave to the crowd. Winning by over seven seconds, Hanlan became world champion and London, Toronto and New York went wild. Still known as probably the greatest sculler of all time, there is a statue of Hanlan in Toronto Harbour and the Western end of Toronto Island is still called Hanlan's point. Photo courtesy of The Ontario Heritage Foundation.
- Edward "Ned" Hugh Hanlon, 1857-1937
Baseball Hall of Famer Ned Hanlon became a star when he turned around the Baltimore Orioles. Bottom of the league in 1892, they went on to win under his management in 1894-96 and became one of the most famous 19th-century baseball teams. Hanlon was such an autocrat that Orioles owner Harry Vonderhorst wore a button that said "Ask Hanlon." Photo courtesy of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
- Alfred Charles Hanlon, 1866-1944
Described by the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography as "one of the most outstanding criminal advocates in New Zealand's history", Alfred Charles Hanlon's oratory made him a courtroom legend. Over 6 feet tall, he was a keen actor and sportsman in his leisure time, and his dramatic talents and imposing stature certainly contributed to his success. He was somewhat unconventional in his enjoyment of gambling, and his dislike of social class, snobbery and religion but contributed his time generously to the community: as president of the Dunedin Orphans' Club and the Dunedin Shakespeare Club, to name but two. His rise to public prominence was in no small part due to his representation in 1895 of the infamous 'Winton Baby Farmer', Minnie Dean, the only woman to be executed (hanged) in New Zealand. His career spanned over half a century, covering everything from criminal law and government investigations to divorce cases. He was appointed King's Counsel in 1930.
Alfred Charles Hanlon was born in Dunedin, New Zealand on 1 Aug 1866 to William Dudgeon Hanlon (who had emigrated from County Donegal, Ireland in 1862) and Elizabeth Louisa Bingham. He was married in Dunedin on 20 Jun 1894 to Mary Ann "Polly" Hudson and had three daughters and a son. He died in Dunedin on 6 Feb 1944, aged 77.
Photo top left: courtesy of Otago Settlers Museum. Top right: courtesy of Hocken Collections, Uare Taoka o Hakena, University of Otago, Dunedin. Bottom left: A.C. Hanlon autobiography "Random Recollections", 1939 (copyright expired).
- John O'Hanlon, 1876 - 1960.
A great chess player, J.J. O'Hanlon won the first ICU Irish championship title in 1913, becoming champion on nine occasions in all, the last in 1940. He represented his country in the Warsaw Olypics of 1935 (the first in which Ireland competed) and the 1939 Olympics in Buenos Aires. In his obituary in the Irish Times J.J.Walsh described how "abroad too, J.J.O'Hanlon was well known and in Hastings, Amsterdam, Moscow, Prague and Munich the disclosure of my Irish nationality inevitably prompted the question 'How is Mr. O'Hanlon?' ". Photo courtesy of The Irish Chess Archive.
- Edward "Ned" Michael Hanlon, 1887 - 1952
Born 1 Oct 1887, Ned Hanlon represented his birthplace, innercity Paddington, for the Australian Labor Party as the Member for Ithaca 1926-52. He rose to Home Secretary 1932-35; Secretary for Health and Home Affairs 1935-44; Treasurer 1944-46; and finally Premier of Queensland, Chief Secretary and Vice-President of the Executive Council 1946-52 - the post he held at his death in January 1952. Ned Hanlon's nineteen and a half years are still the record for longest term as a cabinet minister. (Contributed by M. Lorcan.)
- Dr. C. Rollins Hanlon, b. 1915
Born in Baltimore, Maryland on 8 Feb 1915, Dr. Hanlon's academic career started with an A.B. degree from Loyola Univeristy in Baltimore in 1934. An M.D. degree from Johns Hopkins University Medical School led to fellowships in surgery at Johns Hopkins and the University of California, and Professorships at Johns Hopkins (1950) and St. Louis University (1950-69). His specialty was pioneering open heart surgery, and he was present at Dr. Christian Barnard's historic conference on 28 Dec 1967 to hear first hand of the world's first hearst transplant (see Dr. Hanlon's photo at the NIH archives with commentary). Dr. Hanlon was appointed a director of the ACS (American College of Surgeons) in 1969, retiring as its president in 1988. He was also a founding member of the American Board of Thoracic Surgery, President of the Society of University Surgeons 1958, Chairman of the American Board of Surgery 1966-67, President of the American Surgical Association 1981-82. Dr. Hanlon is honoured at St. Louis University by the Hanlon-Willman Surgical Society. He and his wife, Dr. Margaret H. Hanlon, currently live in Chicago and have eight children. Drs. Hanlon & Hanlon were awarded the 2004 Distinguished Philanthropist Award by the American College of Surgeons.
- George Hanlon, b. 1917
Awarded Personality of the Year for 2002 by the Victorian Racing Media Association, 2003 saw octogenarian thoroughbred trainer George Hanlon induced into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame and a stunning Sydney Cup win. Hanlon's many years of success training "stayers" cover countless Australian majors wins including the Cox plate and three Melbourne Cups. Three agonising photo finish losses in the Caulfield Cup saw him return in 2000 with a resounding win and the track record. At the award ceremony of 2002 he was referred to as "a great trainer, and a true Gentleman of the Turf". Photograph courtesy of The Hong Kong Jockey Club.
- Senator Charles O'Hanlon, 1918 - 1990
A cattle rancher in rural Washington County, Oregon, Mr. Hanlon held the distinction of being the only independent in modern history to be elected to the United States Senate. Charles Hanlon had a total of three terms in the Senate from his surprise victory over Senate Majority Leader Holdstrom in 1975 until the end of 1986.
- Justice Rory O'Hanlon, 1923 - 2002 (RIP)
Appointed to the Irish High Court bench in 1981; first chairman of the Arbitration Board; Professor of Criminal and Constitutional Law at University College Dublin. A member of Opus Dei, Justice O'Hanlon maintained his pro-life stance at some personal cost. In 1992 he was appointed president of the Law Reform Commission, but was controversially removed four weeks later after asserting that he would not support ratification of the European Union's Maastricht Treaty if it made abortion available in Ireland. He later sued and received a substantial settlement. Photograph courtesy of RTE Interactive News.
- Dr. Rory O'Hanlon, TD
A man with five degrees from University College, Dublin Dr. O'Hanlon has held a glittering collection of titles: Minister for the Environment (Nov 91-Feb 92), Minister for Health (Mar 87-Nov 91 ), etc. He is currently Chairman of the Fianna Fáil Parliamentary Party and a TD for the constituency of Cavan/Monaghan.
- Anne Hanlon Charles, c. 1941 - 1999
Anne Hanlon was born in Bethlehem, PA and graduated magna cum laude from Marymount College in Tarrytown, N.Y., with an honourable mention from the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. After marrying Peter Charles and raising four children, she went on to have a remarkable career. A public affairs consultant until 1985, Mrs. Charles became bar media director for the State of California (spokesperson during the turbulent O.J. Simpson case), state leader of the National Women's Political Caucus, candidate for California State Assembly (she is listed in the Political Graveyard), member of the board of directors of the Northern California Mediation Center and also a director of the National Association of Bar Executives. Photograph courtesy of the California Bar Journal.
- Michael O'Hanlon
Former Peace Corps volunteer, now world renowned U.S. Defense expert. Previously a lecturer at Columbia University, now on the faculty at Princeton, he is also a consultant to the Pentagon and speaker for the United Nations University. Author of countless defense articles, e.g., as op-ed contributor for the New York Times.
Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20035-2188, USA.
Tel. (202) 797-6146, Fax (202) 797-6004. email: [email protected]
|2: Hanlon Restaurants, Pubs, Hotels, Breweries|
- O'Hanlon's Bar, Mullaghbane, Co. Armagh:
A pictoresque country pub ringed by a river walk, The Bridge Bar is over 400 years old - the shop was opened in 1554. Now owned by Bernard O'Hanlon Jr., it has been run by 15 generations of the same family. Traditional music. Recommended by www.marksalehouse.com as part of the Famous Irish Pubs Trail.
Tel (028) 3088 8284/8759.
- J.J. Hanlon's Pub, Dublin:
Built by John Hanlon in 1896 across the road from the Dublin City Market, at that time the city's most important market of cattle, sheep and pigs. A beautiful old pub in traditional style with popular restaurant and live music. (See a restaurant review.)
The pub is frequented by several of Dublin's sporting heroes and has its own Hanlon's Golf Society which organises outings from the pub. It is also a popular pre and post match venue for all kinds of sports.
Hanlon's Corner, 189 North Circular Rd, Dublin 7.
Phone (01) 8385582, Fax (01) 8380621. Email [email protected]
Restaurant open Mon-Sun 12.00-23.00.
Photograph courtesy of Therese & Tom Mc Cormack, Hanlon's Pub.
- O'Hanlon's, London:
Run by John O'Hanlon of County Kerry, widely recommended for his home brewed beer and his mother's Irish cooking.
8 Tysoe Street, EC1, London.
(nearest tube: Farringdon, Angel)
- O'Hanlons Taverna:
1953 Scarth Street, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
Sponsor of the Regina Highland Games.
- Hanlon House, Tasmania:
Previously a Presbytery for the Catholic church next door, the new owners named the house after its previous occupant of 21 years: Father Edward Patrick Hanlon, the fondly remembered parish priest. It is now a lovely 4 1/2 star Bed & Breakfast with five ensuite rooms.
6 Marshall Street, Stanley, Tasmania, Australia.
Tel (03) 6458 1149, Fax: (03) 6458 1257, Mobile: (0419) 529 145.
email: [email protected]
- Rocky's Rodeo/Great Western Hotel, Queensland:
An old hotel from about 1885, it was bought in 1995 by Terry and Kate O'Hanlon and expanded into a full tourism complex with traditional country pub, indoor rodeo arena, saddlery, retail outlets, gaming room, etc. Managed by their son, Sean O'Hanlon (photo, right). The restaurant boasts the best beef in Queensland and they mean it - they export to the Raffles Hotel in Singapore.
39 Stanley Street, Rockhampton, Queensland 4700, Australia.
Tel (07) 4922 1862. Fax (07) 4922 1778.
- O'Hanlons Bar: Irish sports bar with a good social scene where locals meet to play pool, darts and watch sport on plasma screens. Rated "Best Darts Bar" by New York magazine.
349 East 14th Street
New York, NY 10003
Tel (212) 473-9384 or 9431
- O'Hanlon Brothers: down to earth neighbourhood bar in Astoria, Queens with good cheap beer, a dartboard in the back and a jukebox full of classic rock. Popular dive bar with locals and genuine Irish. Easy to find: at the bottom of the steps to Ditmars Boulevard Station.
2257 31st Street,
Long Island City, NY 11105
Tel (718) 728-9619
- O'Hanlon's Brewing Company Ltd.:
Award winning craft brewery. Three of their best are now available in the UK in Safeway stores: O'Hanlon's Original Port Stout, Organic Rye Beer and Wheat Beer (all have won recent awards). A review by the BBC raved of the Port Stout "if I could add anything to this beer, it would be a pub with a roaring wood fire and another bottle."
Great Barton Farm, Whimple, Devon, EX5 2NY.
Tel (01404) 822 412. email: [email protected]
|3: Hanlon Sportsmen and Women|
The Redmond O'Hanlons:
an Ulster GAA team from Poyntzpass, Armagh.
- William James O'Hanlon: Australian cricketer (1863 - 1940).
- Tom Hanlon: British international athlete, Scottish record holder for 3,000 m steeplechase (1991). He came 6th in the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
- Graham O'Hanlon: player for Bray Wanderers AFC in the Irish Premier Division (previously for the Bohemians).
- Tommy O’Hanlon: soccer player for Rathfriland Rangers in the Northern Ireland Amateur League.
- Paul O'Hanlon: scorer for Asdee, County Kerry, Ireland.
- Dr. Clare Hanlon: Sport Management Lecturer, Victoria University, Australia. Currently secretary of the Sport Management Association of Australia & New Zealand. email: [email protected]
- Anne Hanlon: certified USA Gymnastics Official for the State of New York.
- Anne Hanlon: Registrar for the Halifax Trojans swimming team in Nova Scotia.
|4: Hanlon Artists|
- Martha Hanlon Hollingsworth (1944 - 1999): her art encompassed everything from courtroom news sketch artist to portraits, sculpture and trompe l'oeil murals. She also took a masters degree specialising in biomedical visualization and used her talents to make prosthetics for cancer patients.
email c/o J. Hanlon: [email protected]
- John Hanlon: star sound engineer and producer for the likes of the Beach Boys and Neil Young (E.g. Ragged Glory and Unplugged, not to mention the exceptional Bridge School Concerts - Volume One).
- Deb O'Hanlon & Peter Fischman: musicians.
- Jerry Hanlon: Irish-American country music artist. His early inspiration came from writing and performing songs for patients in military hospitals with the Air Force's "Tops In Blue" entertainment show. In 1994 he received the Golden Eagle Award "Album Of The Year" for his recording "My Kind Of Country". He has also received recognition for his many philanthropic efforts such as performing for handicapped and underpriviledged people and working with D.A.R.E. (drug and alcohol rehabilitation). email: [email protected]
- David Hanlon: music and sound programmer for computer games.
- Colm O'Hanlon: drummer with JayStrip and Arora.
- Keith Hanlon: drummer for Orchestraville, Parker Paul and the Original Onions. Specialises in electronic sounds, often works under the pseudonym Zapruder Red.
- Khara Hanlon: multitalented actress, singer and dancer. Recent credits include Theatre, Film, Commercials and TV, not least in Sex and the City. email: [email protected]
- James Hanlon: actor and award winning director with roles in well known series such as Law & Order, NYPD Blue and Sex and the City. It was his experience as a FDNY firefighter that prompted him to film a documentary in New York which, unexpectedly, became the historic film 9/11 winning him an Emmy, the Edward R Murrow Award (Best News Documentary), the George Foster Peabody Award (Best Documentary), and the Christopher Award for Best Documentary.
- Mark Hanlon: screenplay writer turned director, e.g., Buddy Boy.
- Roger Hanlon: Australian photographer and webdesigner.
- Deb O'Hanlon: photographer and web designer, Ashby, Massachusetts, USA. email: [email protected]
- John Hanlon: Principal and Creative director for Australian ad agency LOUD, previously Hanlon Wilson Weekes.
- Hanlon Design & Consulting: web and print designers, Chicago, Illinois, USA. email: [email protected]
- Carol Hanlon: Australian fashion designer.
- Joey Hanlon: family performer in British Columbia, Canada.
|5: Hanlon Writers & Journalists|
- Carolyn Hanlon (aka Andrews): writer and finalist in the (US) National Readers' Choice Awards with her While You Were Sleeping.
- Lindley Hanlon: film critic of avant-garde films, e.g. "Arson: A Review of Otherwise Unexplained Fires" by Hollis Frampton.
- Ann O'Hanlon: staff reporter for the Washington Post, married to fellow Post journalist John Harris. email: [email protected]
|6: Hanlon Lawyers|
- Judge Daniel Patrick O'Hanlon: judge for the Sixth Judicial Circuit of the State of West Virginia since 1985. Based in in Cabell County, West Virginia, Judge O'Hanlon is a member of the Board of Directors for numerous community agencies and serves as the chairman of a number of other city, county, and state committees and advisory boards. He has been appointed an Acting Justice for the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals on three occassions.
- Stuart Hanlon: partner of the San Francisco firm Tamburello, Hanlon & Waggener. Nominee for California Lawyer of the Year 2000, member of the Board of Governors of the CACJ (California Attorneys for Criminal Justice). Photo courtesy of Bruce B. Brugmann of Best of the Bay 1997.
Became a local hero in 1997 when he won a 23 year long pro bono campaign to free Geronimo Pratt, the former Black Panther framed for murder.
- Sharon Hanlon: partner of Zelman & Hanlon P.A. in Naples, Florida, USA; founder of the Collier County Women's Bar Association, President (1993-95).
- Mautz Baum & O'Hanlon: Timothy O'Hanlon (born Portland, Oregon) is a partner in this law firm based in Pendleton and La Grande, Oregon. email: [email protected]
- Young, Basile, Hanlon Macfarlane, Wood & Helmholdt, P.C.: law firm in Troy, Michigan, USA.
- Edward V. Hanlon: law firm in College Park, MD, USA specialising in bankruptcy and personal injury.
- William W. Hanlon: criminal defense lawyer in Tampa, Florida, USA.
|7: Hanlon Real Estate Agents|
- Jody Hanlon: real estate assistant for the Ottawa area of Ontario, Canada working with Edna Hanlon (yes, they're related: Jody is Edna's daughter in law).
|8: Hanlon Agriculture|
Cotton-Hanlon: timberland management in SC, VA, WV, PA and NY. email: [email protected] Hanlon AG: suppliers of haying and general agricultural equipment in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. email: [email protected]
|9: Hanlon Clergy|
- Roger O'Hanlon (more correctly McHenlea, in Curry), lay brother, O.S.F., died at the hands of the English on 13 February 1582 in Dublin Castle.
- Bishop Carlos Francisco Hanlon (3 Dec 1887 - 29 Nov 1959): Bishop of Catamarca, Argentina. Born in Saladillo.
- Father Daniel Joseph O'Hanlon (2 Jul 1897-20 Jan 1969) of St. Charles Borromeo, Picayune, MS, USA.
- Father John Hanlon (12 Mar 1928-30 Nov 1992) a missionary in The Philippines for 21 years.
- Father Jack P. Hanlon (1913-1968): ordained in Maynooth in 1939, curate in Dublin and renowned watercolour artist. Won many awards for his painting including an Olympic bronze medal.
- Father Hanlon, third priest of St. Joseph's Church, Hullett Township, Clinton, Ontario, Canada (c. 1905).
- Monsignor Andrew J. Hanlon of Our Lady of Charity, Archdiocese of Philadelphia, PA, USA.
- Thomas B. Hanlon, Jr.: Director of the Diocesan cemeteries for Madison, Wisconsin, USA.
- Rev. James O'Hanlon: Father Jim is the Parish Priest of Melton Mowbray, comprising the three churches of St. John The Baptist, St. Peter's and the Convent Chapel. He was born in County Kerry, Ireland and has worked for many years in the Diocese of Nottigham since being ordained in 1965. 77 Welby Lane, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire, UK.
- Reverend Dr. Joseph O'Hanlon is a native of Ulster and a priest for Nottingham Diocese. Since 1988 he has lectured in biblical studies at the Franciscan International Study Centre, Giles Lane, Canterbury, Kent, UK where he has served as Academic Dean and Principal of the centre. In 2004 Dr. O'Hanlon was appointed to the honorary position of The Lord Mayor's Chaplain for 2004/5, an unpaid but most prestigious year long assignment.
|10: Hanlon Academics & Historians|
- Dr R O'Hanlon: historian at Clare College, Cambridge specialising in Modern India, extra-European and women's history.
- Professor Gregory Hanlon: teaches undergraduate history at Dalhousie University" in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Author of several award-winning books such as The Twighlight of a Military Tradition: Italian Aristocrats and European Conflict, 1560-1800.
- Seamus O'Hanlon: Australian historian and coeditor of "The Cream Brick Frontier: Histories of Australian Suburbia".
- Michael E. Hanlon: first world war historian and website editor for The Great War Society.
- Teresa Hanlon: Biology instructor at Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA, USA. email: [email protected]
- Dr. Alison J. Hanlon: college lecturer at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Ireland. email: [email protected]
- Dr. John F. O'Hanlon: Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Arizona, research specialties: Vacuum Physics, Microcontamination, Semiconductor Processing, Physical Electronics. Previously held posts include co-director of the University's CMC (Center for Microcontamination Control), Chairman of the Vacuum Technology Division of the American Vacuum Society. Currently a senior member of the IEEE. Author of A User’s Guide to Vacuum Technology published by John Wiley & Sons. 1993 winner of the AVS Albert Nerkin Award for contributions to vacuum technology and the education of its practitioners. email: [email protected]
- Dr. Martha Hanlon: member of the Board of Trustees, College Misericordia, Dallas, Pennsylvania, USA.
|11: Hanlon Campaigners & Politicians|
- John O'Hanlon: 1913-14 Mayor of Wallsend, North Tyneside, England. (website inactive)
- Paddy O'Hanlon: Chairman of the Irish government's newly formed Task Force on Policy Regarding Emigrants. Former independent Westminster MP for South Armagh, Northern Ireland and founder-member of the moderate nationalist Social Democratic and Labour party (SDLP).
- Rosaleen O'Hanlon: Carrickmacross Town Councillor in County Monaghan, Ireland.
|12: Hanlon Scientists and Medics|
- James J. Hanlon: Petroleum geologist and president of Hanlon Exploration, Ltd. in Dover, Ohio, USA, specialising in oil and gas exploration. Member of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists email: [email protected]
- Mike Hanlon: astronomer and structural molecular biologist. email: [email protected]
- Bill O'Hanlon: psychotherapist, lecturer and author (19 books) specialising in brief therapy and neuro-linguistic programming. [email protected]
- Brendan O'Hanlon: psychiatrist at the Bouverie Centre, Australia. email: b.o'[email protected]
- Danny Hanlon: Vice President, HR for St. Joseph's Health Services, Rhode Island, USA.
- Eugenia Hanlon: sociologist at Iowa State University. email: [email protected]
- Mary Jane Hanlon-Rogers: dentist. email: [email protected]
- Kim Anne Hanlon: MD, specialising in Emergency Medecine (1984 graduate of Allegheny General Hospital, Pennsylvania, USA).
- Piers O. Hanlon: computer scientist.
- Brian Hanlon: artificial intelligence specialist.
- Patricia Anne Hanlon: US astrologer, member of the International Institute of Predictive Astrology.
|13: Hanlon Military & Militia|
- Captain Pat Hanlon: Anglo-Irish merchant navy 1753-58.
- John T. hanlon: Enlisted 20 Aug 1861 in Civil War, Company I 59th Ill Infantry. (Contributed by grandson, David Hanlon.)
- Edmund Hanlon, Private, 18th (Royal Irish) Regiment, executed 28th February 1874 in Malta.
- Martin Hanlon: member of the St. Louis Fire Department who died in the line of duty on 4 Dec 1888.
- Alexander Hanlen, Private, Auckland No. 1 Naval Volunteers. Recived a land grant worth 30 pounds in the province of Auckland, New Zealand under the Naval and Military Settlers' and Volunteers' Land Act of 1891.
- Thomas Hanley, Private, 14th Regiment. Recived a land grant worth 30 pounds in the province of Hawke's Bay, New Zealand under the Naval and Military Settlers' and Volunteers' Land Act of 1891.
- Michael Hanlon, Private, 57th Regiment. Received a land grant worth 30 pounds in the province of Wellington, New Zealand under the Naval and Military Settlers' and Volunteers' Land Act of 1891.
- John O'Hanlon: fireman in Utica, New York who died in action 28 Sep 1897.
- J. Hanlon: Private, medal for service with 9th Mounted Infantry, South Africa, 1899-1902. (website inactive - previously listed on the Royal Ulster Rifles Museum website, http://rurmuseum.tripod.com/laurie_annex.)
- L.-Cpl. W. Hanlon of Donegal was wounded in the first World War in 1917. (Army number 6632: see link, second list)
- Joseph Hanlon: World War I. - submitted by Terri Hanlon
- Patrick Hanlon: Fireman First Class aboard the USS Raleigh, recipient of the Manila Bay Medal.
- Michael O'Hanlon: Water Tender aboard the USS Baltimore recipient of the Manila Bay Medal.
- John Hanlon: Detective Constable in the Royal Irish Constrabulary (R.I.C.), killed during political violence in County Clare in 1920.
- Willie O'Hanlon of Woodstock street, Short Strand, Belfast joined the I.R.A. as a young man in 1929. A socialist, he volunteered for the Spanish Civil War where - ironically - he was assigned to fight in the British Battalion, for which he faced an I.R.A. court martial on his return to Ireland.
- Patrick O'Hanlon: 69 year old Catholic civililan shot by I.R.A. 15 Jul 1979 in car park of Falls Bowling Club, Andersonstown Road, Belfast.
- John G. "Moose" Hanlon (d. 25 Mar 1944): WWII Ventura bomber pilot, went down 25 Mar 1944 on a mission from Alaska to Japan. His plane and remains were found half a century later on the volcanic Kamchatka peninsula. Alumnus of Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA, USA.
- Jim Hanlon (1925 -1973): WWII veteran and Coast Guard with personal war history and old photographs online.
- Master Sergeant George Martin Hanlon: born on 23 Nov 1929 in Marlboro, Massachusetts; died in a car crash in South Vietnam on 7 Jan 1967, age 37. Commemorated on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on panel 13E, line 122. George Martin Hanlon is also commemorated on the new Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans' Memorial in Green Hill Park, Worcester.
- Thomas J. (Jerry) Hanlon: United States Army Ballistic Missile Agency, 76th Engineer Company (Support, Redstone). Participant in Operation Hardtack in the 1958 high altitude nuclear tests "TEAK" and "ORANGE" in the Pacific - to this day, still the two largest above ground nuclear blasts the world has ever had.
- David Hanlon: Drafted April 19 1969 Spec. 4 US Army 173rd Airborne Viet Nam 1970/1971. (Entry submitted by David Hanlon).
- Sergeant James Paul Hanlon: born on 23 May 1947 in Irvington, New Jersey; died in Phuoc Long, South Vietnam on 27 Feb 1969 after one year of service. Commemorated on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on panel 31W, line 080.
- Private First Class Allen Dewey Hanlan: born on 11 Nov 1947 in Cleveland, Ohio; died in an explosion on 10 Apr 1968 in Quang Tin, South Vietnam. Commemorated on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on panel 49E, line 010.
- Specialist Four Gary Leon Hanlin: born on 22 July 1948 in Kansas City, Missouri; died on 21 March 1968 in Kontum, South Vietnam at the age of 19. Commemorated on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on panel 45E, line 049.
- Richard Willis Hanley: Lcpl with the Marines, missing or killed in action 26 Jul 1968 during the Vietnam conflict. He was born 17 Jan 1949, and was a resident of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Private Martin Joseph Hanlon: born on 28 May 1950 in Gallitzin, Pennsylvania; died in a crash on 27 Dec 1970 in Quang Nam, South Vietnam. Commemorated on the Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. on panel 05W, line 011. Resident of Gallitzin, PA.
- Rear Admiral Richard J. O'Hanlon, USN: Director, Standing Joint Forces Headquarters, US Joint Forces Command. A graduate of the US Naval Test Pilot School, he has an exemplary career to date with multiple decorations including three Legions of Honour and two Bronze Stars. In 2001 and 2002 he was Captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt, an aircraft carrier used in response to the September 2001 attacks on the USA.
- Leonard (Leo) O'Hanlon, IRA volunteer who died 10 Feb 1973 age 23 in a premature bomb explosion in the grounds of Castleward National Trust Estate near Strangford, County Down.
- John O'Hanlon: one of three Pennsylvania police officers accused in 1996 of misappropriating $28,000 from gamblers at an illegal cockfight. Reinstated in 1997.
- Constable Kevin O'Hanlon: member of Strathclyde police force stationed in Coatbridge, Scotland.
email: [email protected]
- Capt. Joseph E. O'Hanlon III: resident of West Mifflin, PA, USA and recipient of the Bronze Star.
- Major Jim Hanlon: member of the US Army Medical Service Corps and a master's student in University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill School of Public Health). Presented a webcast in response to the attack of 11 Sep 2001 on local and military mobilizations aimed at confronting and containing terrorism and its threat to the public's health. (view his speech in webcast.) email: [email protected]
|14: Hanlon Businesses|
Hanlon Security: Hollywood, FL, USA. email: [email protected]
Hanlon Electric Company: award winning electrical contractor founded in 1930 by Thomas P. Hanlon, e.g. Contractor of the Year 1999 on the Carnegie Mellon University Center and Outstanding Lighting Award 2000 for the Alcoa building on Pittsburgh's North Shore.
530 Old Frankstown Road, Monroeville, PA, 15146-1099, USA.
Tel: (412) 795-6100, Fax: (412) 795-9541
email: [email protected]
Hanlon-Lees Action Theatre: live action entertainment company. Does jousting, western reenactments, fight choreography, film stunts. email: [email protected]
Hanlon Ltd.: Ireland's oldest fishmonger's, founded in 1845. World famous for its smoked salmon - even mentioned by James Joyce in his novel Ulysses. One can order online for delivery anywhere in the world.
75-78 Cork Street, Dublin 8, Ireland.
Phone +353-1-473 7425, Fax +353-1-473-7479.
email: [email protected]
Hanlon Motorsports: transmission specialists, St. Peters, PA, USA. email: [email protected]
Hanlon Industries: custom molder of Fiberglass-reinforced plastics (FRP) since 1959. Cleveland, Ohio, USA. email: [email protected]
Double Image Design: identical twin brothers John & George Hanlon have been creating and manufacturing all types of promotional media since 1984. Based in Glasgow and Clydebank, Scotland, the Hanlons have an impressive portfolio from commercial shop front signs to custom made selfadhesive motorbike decoration. Not to mention full service graphics and webdesign. email: [email protected]
Gillian Cakes & Flowers: beautiful cakes made to order for special occasions by a very creative family - owned by Gillian Hanlon and operated by mum and dad, Barbara and John Hanlon. Barbara and John also happen to be mum and dad to twins John & George, above! email: [email protected]
- William O'Hanlon: British retailer of blinds, based at 85 Cambrian House, Mochdre Industrial Estate, Newtown, SY16 4 LE, Powys, UK. (website previously www.williamohanlon.co.uk no longer online.)
- O'Hanlon Brothers Ltd.: construction firm in Coalisland, Dungannon, Northern Ireland. email: [email protected]
- O'Hanlon PR: PR firm, Sherman Oaks, CA, USA. email: [email protected]
|15: Hanlon Families|
- Ginni Swanton's Hanlon Family Page: genealogy related records of Ginni's Hanlon family and others.
- Diana Davis's Hanlon Page: Diana has Hanlon ancestors in Peoria, Illinois (USA) and Ireland.
- Ellen Hanlon Heatley, 1834 - 1910: born in a castle in Ireland, Ellen emigrated to the US and was a pioneer in Colorado.
- Virginia O'Hanlon: famous schoolgirl who asked a national newspaper if Santa Claus exists - and got an unexpected reply!
- James P. Hanlon and his wife Florence (Gillon) Hanlon of Revere, Massachusetts must be our longest lived Hanlon couple. James died in 2001 at the age of 109, having outlived his wife by two years - she died age 101 after 80 years of marriage.
|16: More Hanlons|
- John O'Hanlon: general manager for Nautical Outfitters. email: [email protected]
- John O'Hanlon: Chief Executive Officer of Allianz Ireland, and 2002 President of the Irish Insurance Federation (IIF).
- James Hanlon was a seaman, recorded at the age of 19 as a crewmember of the vessel Relief when it docked in a port in Lancashire, England in 1881.
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