- Born: Aug 1846, Clattice Harbor, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland
- Marriage (1): John O'Connor
- Died: 6 Jun 1926, Clattice Harbor, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland at age 79
- Buried: Clattice Harbor Cemetery
Cause of her death was "influenza."
Other names for Hannorah were Norah, Lenora Connors and Nora Connors.
per Jim Rogers
She is the probable Norah Connors who died 6 Jun 1926 at age 80 yrs of influenza who was born [c1846] in Clattice Harbor and died there and is bur in Clattice Harbor? NFLD vital records
In 1921 Clattice Harbor she is widowed and living with her married daughter Mary Picco and son in law Joseph Picco as follows:
Joseph PiccoHeadMale60Burnt Island
Mary PiccoWifeFemale40Clattis Harbour
Ann PiccoDaughterFemale9Clattis Harbour
Thos PiccoSonMale4Clattis Harbour
Lenora ConnorsMother-in-lawFemale75White Point*
*Facebook posting 190219 Pete Rogers
Lenora Connors is listed in 1921 census as born in White Point. That would most likely make her a Parsons. According to Robert Parsons book "Wind and Wave" 2003
Hannorah married John O'Connor, son of Timothy O'Connor and Sara Carter. (John O'Connor was born in 1853 in Grandy's Point, Newfoundland, died on 7 May 1921 in Clattice Harbor, Placentia Bay, Newfoundland and was buried in Clattice Harbor Cemetery.). The cause of his death was "rheumatism."