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General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

Sharon (View posts)
Posted: 28 Jan 2004 5:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Does anyone have the names of John Sullivan's Children?

Sharon Sullivan-Olsen in Western Canada

Re: General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

Posted: 29 Jan 2004 12:13PM GMT
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Edited: 14 Jun 2004 12:37AM GMT
Where was this John Sullivan from?

Re: General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

James R. Sullivan (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jan 2004 3:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
General John Sullivan was Revoultionary War Hero.
Try searching on: http://www.castletown.com/SullivanHistory.htm

or

http://www.sullivanhome.com/links.html

I believe you will what you are looking for at these locations

Children of John Sullivan Father of General Sullivan

Posted: 30 Jan 2004 3:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Mar 2004 4:33AM GMT
Surnames: Sullivan
SuModified Register for Master John Owen SOSO Sullivan


First Generation

1. Master John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or Sullivan was born on 17 Jun 1690/1691 in Limerick or Ardea, Kerry Co., Ireland. He died on 20 Jun 1795 in Berwick, York, Maine.

John married Margery or Merjery Brown or Browne about 1730. Margery was born in 1714 in Cork, Ireland. She died in 1801.

They had the following children:

+ 2 M i. Officer in the British Navy Benjamin Sullivan was born in 1736. He died before 1776.

+ 3 M ii. Captain Daniel Sullivan was born in 1738. He died in 1781.

+ 4 M iii. General John Sullivan was born on 7 Feb 1740. He died on 23 Jan 1795.

+ 5 M iv. Delegate to Continental Congress James Sullivan was born on 22 Apr 1744. He died on 10 Dec 1808.

+ 6 F v. Mary Sullivan was born in 1752. She died in 1827.

+ 7 M vi. Captain Moses Ebenezer (Eben) Sullivan was born on 3 Oct 1750/1753. He died on 3 Jun 1799.


Second Generation

2. Officer in the British Navy Benjamin Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1736 in Berwick, York, Maine. He died before 1776 in lost at sea. He was buried in lost at sea.

Benjamin married Keziah Grant daughter of Charles Grant and Keziah Otys in 1759. Keziah was born on 29 Jul 1745 in Somersworth, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

+ 8 M i. Benjamin Sullivan was born in 1760. He died on 7 Nov 1846.

9 F ii. Elizabeth Sullivan .

3. Captain Daniel Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1738 in Of Maine. He died in 1781 in aboard a British prison ship. He was buried in Sorrento, Maine.

Daniel married (1) Abigail Bean daughter of John Bean on 17 Jun 1765 in Fort Pownal, Waldo, Maine.

They had the following children:

+ 10 F i. Rachel Sullivan was born on 10 Dec 1766. She died on 10 Aug 1806.

11 M ii. James Sullivan was born in 1768. He died on 28 Aug 1830.
James married Hannah Preble . Hannah was born in York. She died on 17


Apr 1856.

+ 12 F iii. Hannah Sullivan was born on 4 Mar 1770. She died on 24 Jul 1849.

+ 13 F iv. Mary Sullivan was born in 1773. She died on 28 Apr 1857.

14 F v. Lydia Sullivan was born in Mar 1775. She died on 2 Dec 1851.

15 M vi. John Sullivan was born after 1775. He died in 1775.


Daniel married (2) Anne or Amey Paul on 24 Mar 1758 in York, Maine.

They had the following children:

16 F vii. Anne Paul Sullivan was born on 10 Dec 1760. She died before 1765.

17 M viii. John Sullivan was born in Sep.

4. General John Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 7 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire or Berwick, Maine. He died on 23 Jan 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire. He was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

John married Lydia Remick Worster or Wooster or Worchester daughter of John Worster and Lydia Remick in 1760. Lydia was born on 14 Oct 1738. She was christened on 13 Jan 1741/1742. She died on 21 Mar 1820 in Durham, New Hampshire. She was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

They had the following children:

18 F i. Margery Sullivan was born on 2 Feb 1761. She died on 10 Apr 1764.

+ 19 F ii. Lydia Sullivan was born on 17 Mar 1763. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

+ 20 M iii. John Sullivan was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796.

21 M iv. James Sullivan was born on 1 Sep 1768. He died in Jul 1796 in Georgetown, South Carolina.

+ 22 M v. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan was born on 29 Aug 1771. He died on 14 Apr 1838.

+ 23 F vi. Mary Sullivan was born in 1775.

5. Delegate to Continental Congress James Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 22 Apr 1744 in Berwick, York County, Maine. He died on 10 Dec 1808 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was buried in Central Boston Common Cemetery, Boston, Mass.

James married (1) Mehitable or Mehetable or Mehetiable (Hetty) Odiorne or Odiarne daughter of William Odiorne or Odiarne and Avis Adams on 22 Feb 1768. Mehitable was born on 26 Jun 1748 in Of Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. She died on 26 Jun 1786.

They had the following children:

+ 24 M i. James Sullivan was born on 6 Jan 1769. He died - 27 Aug 1825.

25 F ii. Avis Sullivan was born on 8 Oct 1771 in York, Biddleford, Maine. She died on 16 Oct 1771.

+ 26 F iii. Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan was born on 29 Jul 1772. She died on 27


Jul 1847.

+ 27 M iv. William Sullivan was born on 3 Nov 1774. He died - 3 Sep 1889.

+ 28 M v. John Langdon Sullivan was born on 9 Apr 1777. He died on 10 Feb 1865.

+ 29 M vi. Richard Sullivan was born on 17 Jun 1779. He died on 11 Dec 1861.

30 M vii. William Bont or Bant Sullivan was born on 16 May 1781 in Middlesex, Groton, Massachusetts. He died on 4 Dec 1806 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

+ 31 M viii. George Sullivan was born on 21 Feb 1783. He died on 14 Dec 1866.

32 F ix. Nancy Sullivan was born on 24 Apr 1784 in Suffolk, Boston, Massachusetts. She died on 22 Jul 1785 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.


James married (2) Martha Langdon daughter of John Langdon and Mary (Martha) Hall after 1786. Martha was born in 1748. She died on 26 Aug 1812 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

6. Mary Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1752 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died in 1827 in Strafford, New Hampshire.

Mary married Theophilus Hardy son of Theophilus Hardy and Love on 4 May 1768 in New Hampshire. Theophilus was born on 8 May 1748 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

33 M i. Benjamin Hardy was born about 1770 in New Hampshire.

+ 34 M ii. Sullivan Hardy was born on 8 Sep 1779. He died on 28 Feb 1843.

+ 35 F iii. Dorothy or Dorthy Hardy was born about 1780.

+ 36 F iv. Sarah Hardy was born about 1781.

+ 37 F v. Margery Hardy was born in 1778. She died on 24 Mar 1824.

7. Captain Moses Ebenezer (Eben) Sullivan (John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Oct 1750/1753 in Berwick, Maine or Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He died on 3 Jun 1799 in South Carolina or Sullivan County.

Moses married (1) Abigail or Abagail Cotton in 1774 in Portsmouth, Rockingham, New Hampshire. Abigail died before 1782.

They had the following children:

+ 38 M i. John Sullivan was born on 1 Apr 1773. He died on 18 Jul 1818.

+ 39 F ii. Margery Sullivan was born on 16 Nov 1774. She died after 17 Apr 1821.

40 M iii. Moses Sullivan was born on 27 Oct 1777/1776. He died young and unmarried.

41 F iv. Sarah Sullivan was born in 1778. She died in Berwick, Maine.

42 F v. Lydia Sullivan was born in 1779 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died in Shapleigh, York County, Maine.
Lydia married William Emery in 1805.


43 vi. Child Sullivan ?? was born before 1782 in Possibly from Mary Parker marriage?.

44 M vii. William Sullivan ?? was born Possibly from Mary Parker marriage?.


Moses married (2) Mary Parker before 1782. Mary was born in 1758 in Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina ??. She was christened in of Kent County, Maryland ??.

They had the following children:

+ 45 M viii. Parker Sullivan was born on 11 Apr 1782. He died on 22 Aug 1852.

+ 46 M ix. David Sullivan .

+ 47 M x. William Sullivan was born about 1785.

48 M xi. Nehemiah Sullivan .
Nehemiah married Margaret Tracy on 16 Oct 1803 in Salem, New Jersey.

49 F xii. Mary Sullivan .


Third Generation

8. Benjamin Sullivan (Benjamin, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1760 in Berwick, Massachusetts (Maine). He died on 7 Nov 1846 in Dover, New Hampshire.

Benjamin married Priscilla Jones daughter of John Jones and Priscilla Goodwin on 23 Jun 1783 in Berwick, , Massachusetts (Maine). Priscilla was born in 1767 in Berwick, Maine. She died on 12 Jan 1846. She was buried in Berwick, Maine.

They had the following children:

+ 50 M i. John Sullivan was born on 3 Dec 1791. He died in 1862.

51 M ii. Stephen Sullivan .

52 M iii. Benjamin Sullivan .

10. Rachel Sullivan (Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 10 Dec 1766. She died on 10 Aug 1806.

Rachel married John Simpson on 12 Feb 1789. John was born on 7 Dec 1763. He died on 20 Nov 1798.

They had the following children:

53 F i. Prudence Simpson was born on 4 Feb 1790. She died on 18 Jan 1812.

54 F ii. Abigail Simpson was born on 18 Jul 1791. She died on 17 Mar 1809.

55 F iii. Rachel Sullivan Simpson was born on 22 Apr 1793 in Sullivan, Maine. She died on 2 Sep 1844 in Sullivan, Maine.
Rachel married Hiram Emery on 15 Nov 1815. Hiram was born on 19 Jun 1786 in Berwick, York County, Maine.

56 F iv. Mary Ann Simpson was born on 22 Nov 1794. She died on 16 Mar 1797.

57 F v. Joanna Simpson was born on 7 Jul 1797. She died on 4 May 1851.

Joanna married Barney S Bean . Barney was born on 11 Mar 1790 in Sullivan, Maine.

+ 58 F vi. Mary Ann Simpson was born on 6 Mar 1798. She died on 18 Apr 1868.

12. Hannah Sullivan (Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 4 Mar 1770. She died on 24 Jul 1849.

Hannah married Paul Simpson on 11 Mar 1804. Paul was born on 6 Jul 1776. He died on 1 Sep 1840.

They had the following children:

59 F i. Susan Simpson was born on 24 Dec 1806. She died on 28 Aug 1870.
Susan married Nahum Berry on 27 Feb 1842.

60 M ii. Paul Simpson was born on 16 Aug 1809. He died on 8 Aug 1849.
Paul married Hannah T Dyer .

13. Mary Sullivan (Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1773. She died on 28 Apr 1857.

Mary married Josiah Simpson . Josiah was born in 1773 in Sullivan, Maine. He died in Apr 1833 in Petit Menan.

They had the following children:

61 F i. Ester Simpson was born on 20 Feb 1793. She died in Mar 1862.

+ 62 F ii. Hannah Simpson was born on 21 Feb 1795. She died on 21 May 1868.

63 M iii. John Simpson was born on 13 Sep 1796. He died on 2 Apr 1860 in Lamoine, Maine.

64 M iv. Josiah Simpson was born on 1 May 1798. He died on 23 Sep 1863.
Josiah married Susan Giles in Nov 1824. Susan was born in Belfast, Maine.

65 M v. Daniel S. Simpson was born on 7 May 1800. He died on 21 Nov 1826.

+ 66 F vi. Mary Simpson was born on 3 Aug 1802. She died on 29 May 1883.

67 M vii. James Simpson was born on 29 Feb 1804. He died in Nov 1858 in At sea with brother Franklin.
James married (1) Mary Simth on 20 Dec 1832.
James married (2) Lydia Warren .

68 F viii. Joanna Simpson was born on 14 May 1806 in Wisconsin.

69 M ix. Franklin E Simpson was born on 22 Apr 1808. He died in Nov 1858 in At sea with brother James.

70 M x. Hiram Simpson was born on 22 Aug 1810. He died on 3 May 1816.

71 M xi. Elisha M Simpson was born on 15 Nov 1811. He died on 17 May 1813.

72 M xii. Eben B Simpson was born on 5 Apr 1813. He died on 1 May 1841.
Eben married Maria Moore in 1835.

73 M xiii. Greenleaf P Simpson was born on 16 Oct 1815. He died on 4 Feb 1823.

19. Lydia Sullivan (John, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 17 Mar 1763 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

Lydia married Jonathon or Johathan Steele . Jonathon was born on 5 Sep 1760. He died on 3 Sep 1824.

They had the following children:

74 F i. Margaret Steele was born on 5 Aug 1788. She died on 15 Jan 1807.

75 F ii. Janet Steele was born on 14 Jun 1791. She died in 1869.

76 F iii. Lydia Steele was born on 3 Sep 1794. She died on 30 Jun 1799.

77 M iv. Richard Steele was born on 6 Jan 1797. He died in 1870.
Richard married (1) Harriet King Pierce . Harriet died on 11 Apr 1823.
Richard married (2) Mary Amanda Smith after 1823.

78 M v. John Steele was born on 9 Apr 1799. He died on 8 Sep 1800.

79 F vi. Margaret Steele was born on 29 Dec 1801. She died on 4 Mar 1803.

80 M vii. Jonathan Steele was born on 25 Jun 1803. He died on 28 Aug 1819.

81 F viii. Caroline Steele was born on 1 Sep 1804. She died on 9 Apr 1806.

20. John Sullivan (John, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796 in Baton Rouge, Lousiana or Georgetown, S.C..

He had the following children:

82 M i. Isaac Sullivan .

22. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan (John, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 29 Aug 1771 in Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. He died on 14 Apr 1838 in Exeter, New Hampshire. He was buried in Old Cemetery (Winter Street).

George married (1) Clarissa Lamson on 6 Aug 1799 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Clarissa was born on 29 Aug 1780 in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 11 Mar 1824.

They had the following children:

83 M i. John Sullivan was born on 23 May 1800. He died on 17 Nov 1862.
John married Olivia Rowe . Olivia was born in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 7 Jan 1875 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

84 F ii. Martha Lamson Sullivan was born on 11 Jan 1802 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 22 Dec 1831.

85 F iii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 9 Aug 1804 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 18 Sep 1809.

86 F iv. Lydia Sullivan was born on 4 Oct 1806 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 2 Jun 1849.
Lydia married David A Gregg in Mar 1844. David was born in Derry, New Hampshire.

87 M v. George Sullivan was born on 18 Oct 1808 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 11 Jan 1830.


88 M vi. James Sullivan was born on 6 Dec 1811 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 21 Aug 1878.
James married (1) Nancy Morrison in 1842.
James married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith in 1848.

89 M vii. William Henry Sullivan was born on 28 Jan 1814 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died in 1864.
William married Mary S Neale in Jan 1845 in St Joseph, Michigan.

90 F viii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 31 Dec 1815/1816 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died in 1870.

91 F ix. Margaret Wood Sullivan was born on 19 Jul 1818 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

92 M x. Edward Sullivan was born on 21 Jul 1820 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 13 May 1843.

93 F xi. Mary Frances Sullivan was born on 23 Aug 1822 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 30 Aug 1825.


George married (2) Phillippa Call . Phillippa was born in Newburyport.

23. Mary Sullivan (John, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1775.

Mary married Gideon Rowser Jr. in 1795. Gideon was born in 1770.

They had the following children:

94 F i. Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser was born on 5 Feb 1802.

24. James Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 Jan 1769 in Biddleford, York, Maine. He died - 27 Aug 1825 in Boston, Massachusetts. He was buried in Central Boston Common Cemetery.

James married Mary Cox daughter of John Cox. Mary was born on 14 Oct 1761. She died on 15 Dec 1847.

They had the following children:

95 M i. Samuel Sullivan was born about 1784.

96 M ii. John Sullivan was born about 1785.

97 M iii. James Sullivan was born about 1787.

98 M iv. Owen Sullivan was born about 1789.

+ 99 M v. Elijah Taylor Sullivan was born on 25 Dec 1791. He died on 1 Jul 1872.

+ 100 M vi. Ezekiel Morris Sullivan was born on 25 Nov 1798. He died on 3 Aug 1851.

101 F vii. Mary Sullivan .

102 F viii. Sarah Sullivan .

26. Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 29 Jul 1772 in York, Saco, Maine. She died on 27 Jul 1847 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
Mehetable married (1) Johnathan Amory in 1801 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Johnathan was born on 7 Jul 1770 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 24 Aug 1828 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

+ 103 M i. Esquire Jonathan Amory was born on 5 Nov 1802. He died on 1 Sep 1885.

104 F ii. Elizabeth Amory was born on 13 Aug 1805 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She died on 7 Jul 1859 in Salem, Essex Co., Massachusetts.

105 F iii. Frances Maria Amory was born on 28 Apr 1807 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She died on 5 Feb 1886 in Longwood, Massachusetts.
Frances married Samuel Ogden Meredith on 17 Oct 1837.

+ 106 M iv. James Sullivan Amory was born on 14 May 1809. He died on 8 Jun 1884.

107 F v. Rebecca Augusta Amory was born on 17 Feb 1811 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

108 M vi. Thomas Coffin Amory was born on 16 Oct 1812 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 20 Aug 1889 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

109 F vii. Isabella Lenox Amory was born on 12 Mar 1815 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She died on 10 Jan 1888 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.


Mehetable married (2) James Cutler son of William Curtis or John?? Cutler and Mehitable Amidon or Mary Clark?? on 5 Feb 1793 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. James was born on 30 Oct 1742/1767. He died on 7 May 1799.

They had the following children:

110 F viii. Mary Ann Cutler was born on 6 Mar 1794. She died on 29 Mar 1860 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
Mary married William Appleton . William was born on 16 Nov 1786 in Brookfield, Massacusetts. He died on 15 Feb 1862 in Longwood, Massachusetts.

111 F ix. Sarah Dunn Cutler was born on 16 Jun 1795 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She died on 18 Dec 1822 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

112 F x. Harriett Henrietta Cutler .

27. William Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Nov 1774 in Saco,York, Maine. He died - 3 Sep 1889 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts.

William married Sarah Webb Swain or Swan daughter of Colonel James Swan in 1801/1802. Sarah was born - 19 May 1782 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. She died on 9 Jun 1851 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

They had the following children:

113 M i. James Sullivan was born on 9 May 1782 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He died in Aug 1829.

114 M ii. James Sullivan was born on 5 Jul 1803 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts. He died on 27 Aug 1831/1829.

115 F iii. Christiana Sullivan was born on 6 Sep 1805/1806 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died on 18 Oct 1806.

116 M iv. William Amory Sullivan was born on 19 Apr 1807 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He died in 1849.

117 M v. James Swan Sullivan was born on 18 Feb 1809 in Savannah, Chatham, Georgia. He died on 22 Feb 1872.
James married Jane Valentine daughter of Samuel Valentine and Mary Fiske in Nov 1839. Jane was born on 4 Jan 1817 in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.

+ 118 F vi. Sarah Williams Sullivan was born on 10 Nov 1810. She died on 31 Mar 1892.

+ 119 M vii. James or John Turner Sargent Sullivan was born on 24 Sep 1813. He died on 13 Dec 1849.

120 F viii. Mary Ann Appleton Sullivan was born on 14 May 1815 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died on 5 Apr 1874.

121 F ix. Meredith Amory Sullivan was born on 5 Jan 1817 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died on 3 Jan 1886.
Meredith married Chaterine Whillock on 25 Dec 1853.

122 F x. Olivia Buckminster Sullivan was born on 1 Apr 1819 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died in 1890 in Mossistown, New Jersey.
Olivia married John Elliot Ward on 15 Aug 1839.

123 M xi. Hepzibah Swan Sullivan was born on 17 Jun 1820 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He died about 1870.
Hepzibah married Croker . Croker was born in Providence, Rhode Island.

28. John Langdon Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 9 Apr 1777 in York, Saco, Maine. He died on 10 Feb 1865.

John married (1) Elizabeth Russell daughter of Thomas Russell on 10 Oct 1797. Elizabeth was born on 17 Aug 1779. She died on 16 Apr 1854 in Andover, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

+ 124 M i. Thomas Russell Sullivan was born on 13 Feb 1799. He died on 23 Dec 1862.

125 F ii. Elizabeth Sullivan was born on 27 Jan 1800 in Brookline, Massachusetts. She died on 16 Jan 1871.

126 F iii. Emily Sullivan was born on 4 Aug 1801 in Brookline, Massachusetts. She died on 8 Apr 1880.


John married (2) Susan Macash in 1861.

29. Richard Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 17 Jun 1779 in Middlesex, Groton, Massachusetts. He died on 11 Dec 1861.
Richard married Sarah Russell daughter of Thomas Russell on 22 May 1804. Sarah was born on 1 Dec 1786. She died on 8 Jun 1831.

They had the following children:

127 F i. Elizabeth Lowell Sullivan was born on 22 Aug 1805 in Brookline, Massachusetts.

128 F ii. Sarah Sever Sullivan was born on 30 Mar 1808 in Paris, France. She died on 14 Mar 1839 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.
Sarah married Stephen H Perkins on 22 Nov 1831.

129 F iii. Anna Cabot Sullivan was born on 17 Dec 1810. She died on 6 Sep 1840.
Anna married Francis Cummingham on 8 Oct 1834.

130 M iv. Richard Sullivan was born on 2 Mar 1815 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He died on 31 May 1815 in Brookline, Massachusetts.

131 F v. Mary Russell Sullivan was born on 28 Jan 1816 in Brookline, Massachusetts. She died on 27 Apr 1828 in Brookline, Massachusetts.

132 M vi. Richard Sullivan was born on 19 Mar 1820. He died on 17 Jul 1880 in Franzensbad, Austria.
Richard married Henrietta Gardiner on 10 Sep 1846.

133 M vii. Francis William Sullivan was born on 4 Nov 1821 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He died on 2 Dec 1824.

134 M viii. James Sullivan was born on 27 Jun 1829. He died on 28 Mar 1866.

31. George Sullivan (James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 21 Feb 1783 in Suffolk, Boston, Massachusetts. He died on 14 Dec 1866 in Pau, France.

George married (1) Martha Langdon .


George married (2) Sarah Bowdoin Winthrop daughter of Thomas L. Winthrop and Elizabeth Temple. Sarah was born on 7 Jun 1788. She died in Feb 1861 in Pau, France.

They had the following children:

135 M i. George Richard Sullivan was born on 14 Nov 1809. He died on 14 Mar 1870.
George married Fanny Hamilton on 23 Oct 1832.

136 M ii. James Bowdoin Sullivan was born on 16 Mar 1811.
James married Charlotte Kate Costabaide . Charlotte was born in England.

34. Sullivan Hardy (Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 8 Sep 1779 in New Hampshire. He died on 28 Feb 1843 in New Hampshire.

Sullivan married (1) Priscilla Weston about 1800 in New Hampshire. Priscilla was born on 26 Dec 1777. She died on 18 Jun 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln, Maine.

They had the following children:

137 F i. Mary Ann Hardy .
Mary married Charles Lezzner .

138 M ii. Weston Hardy .

Weston married Maria H Arnold .

139 F iii. Sarah Hardy .
Sarah married Luther Frye .

140 F iv. Harriet Hardy .
Harriet married Daniel Keene .

141 M v. Benjamin Hardy .
Benjamin married Elizabeth M Arnold .

142 M vi. James Madison Hardy .

143 F vii. Susan F. Hardy .
Susan married Freeman Frisk .

144 viii. Child Hardy .

145 ix. Child Hardy .


Sullivan married (2) Jennet Fisher on 17 Feb 1823 in Boothbay, New Hampshire. Jennet was born in 1784. She died in 1841.

35. Dorothy or Dorthy Hardy (Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1780 in New Hampshire.

Dorothy married Edmund Evans about 1800 in Stratford, Stratford, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

146 F i. Dorothy Evans .
Dorothy married John Rowe .

147 M ii. Andrew Evans .

148 M iii. James H Evans .
James married Nancy Davis .

149 F iv. Margery Evans .
Margery married Nathaniel Hanson son of Nathaniel Luther Hanson and Eliza McCullough Murray.

150 M v. George S. Evans .
George married Kezia Spurlin .

151 F vi. Louisa Evans .
Louisa married Caleb Hanson .

36. Sarah Hardy (Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1781 in New Hampshire.

Sarah married Simeon Gage Hall about 1825 in New Hampshire. Simeon was born about 1805 in Concord, Merrimack, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

152 M i. Edward Hall was born about 1826 in New Hampshire.

153 M ii. Samuel Colby Hall was born about 1827 in New Hampshire.


154 M iii. Lewis Hall was born about 1828 in New Hampshire.

155 F iv. Louisa Hall was born about 1829 in New Hampshire.

156 F v. Margaret Wiggin(s) Hall was born about 1830 in New Hampshire. She died on 21 May 1880.

157 M vi. Nelson Hall was born about 1831 in New Hampshire.

37. Margery Hardy (Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1778 in New Hampshire. She died on 24 Mar 1824.

Margery married Edward Wells about 1797. Edward was born in 1765 in Durham, New Hampshire,. He died in 1817.

They had the following children:

158 F i. Susan Wells was born in 1798. She died in Feb 1877.

+ 159 M ii. Charles Wells was born on 18 Dec 1799. He died on 24 Apr 1847.

160 M iii. Governor of Maine Samuel Wells was born on 15 Aug 1801. He died on 15 Jul 1868.
Samuel married Lousia Ann Appleton . Lousia was born in Waterville, Maine.

161 M iv. John Sullivan Wells was born on 18 Oct 1803. He died on 1 Aug 1860.
John married Rebecca Bellows .

162 F v. Clarissa Sullivan Wells was born on 29 Aug 1805. She died in 1827.

163 F vi. Margery Steele Wells was born after 1805.
Margery married Anderson .

164 M vii. Lieutenant Govenor of Illinois Joseph Bartlett Wells was born on 27 Apr 1810. He died on 26 Dec 1855.

165 M viii. U.S. Counsul at Bermuda Fredrick Burt Wells was born on 1 Sep 1816. He died on 27 Aug 1877.

38. John Sullivan (Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 1 Apr 1773 in Berwick, Maine. He was christened Adopted by his uncle, Major General John Sullivan. He died on 18 Jul 1818 in Norfolk, Virginia.

John married Mary Yeaton daughter of Samuel Yeaton and Margaret Snow on 20 Apr 1803 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Mary was born in 1779 in Durham, New Hampshire. She died in Sep 1813.

They had the following children:

+ 166 F i. Eliza Sullivan was born on 30 Mar 1805. She died on 2 Oct 1870.

167 F ii. Mary Elizabeth Sullivan was born on 2 Jul 1806 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She died on 22 Aug 1889.
Mary married Domoinic Peduzzi in Oct 1827. Domoinic was born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

168 F iii. Almira or Elmira Sullivan was born on 26 Aug 1808 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She died on 13 Jun 1877.
Almira married Ammi R. H. Fernald on 23 Dec 1832. Ammi was born in


Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

169 M iv. Captain James Sullivan was born on 23 Jan 1810 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He died on 18 Mar 1871 in Portland, Maine.
James married Ann Matilda Shaw in Aug 1842. Ann was born in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

170 F v. Sarah Sullivan was born on 6 May 1812/1803 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She died on 28 Nov 1887.

39. Margery Sullivan (Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 16 Nov 1774 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died after 17 Apr 1821.

Margery married Robert Rodgers or Rogers on 15 Nov 1797. Robert was born in Shapleigh, York County, Maine,. He died in 1830.

They had the following children:

171 F i. Susannah Rodgers or Rogers was born on 15 Aug 1798. She died on 6 Oct 1864 in Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island.
Susannah married Levi Fuller . Levi was born in Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island.

172 F ii. Abigail Rodgers or Rogers was born on 18 Sep 1800 in Amesbury, Massachusetts. She died on 14 Nov 1831.
Abigail married William Henry Hartwell .

+ 173 M iii. David Moore Rodgers or Rogers was born on 6 Nov 1802. He died on 17 Feb 1859.

174 M iv. William Rodgers or Rogers was born on 6 May 1806. He died on 19 Mar 1875 in York, Maine.
William married Priscilla Arbuckle .

175 F v. Margery Rodgers or Rogers was born on 3 Oct 1808. She died on 15 Jun 1809.

176 F vi. Martha Woodbury Rodgers or Rogers was born on 8 Jun 1810. She died in York, Maine.
Martha married Solomon Brooks .

177 M vii. John Sullivan Rodgers or Rogers was born on 2 Aug 1812. He died on 16 May 1813.

178 M viii. Alexander Sullivan Rodgers or Rogers was born on 13 Apr 1814. He died on 4 Oct 1886 in Hopkinton.
Alexander married Sophia Goodrich .

179 M ix. John Sullivan Rodgers or Rogers was born on 25 Nov 1816.
John married Ann D. Fogerty .

180 M x. Nathan Burnham Rodgers or Rogers was born on 17 Apr 1821. He died on 29 Oct 1849 in Hallowell, Maine.
Nathan married Lydia Greeley Bailey .

45. Parker Sullivan (Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 11 Apr 1782. He died on 22 Aug 1852 in Champaign, Ohio. He was buried in Hewling
Farm, Urbana, Ohio.

Parker married Mary Johns on 1 Sep 1802 in Salem, New Jersey. Mary was born on 21 Sep 1781 in New Jersey. She died on 2 Apr 1864 in Champaign, Ohio.

They had the following children:

+ 181 M i. Elias Sullivan was born on 23 Jun 1805. He died on 15 Apr 1872.

+ 182 M ii. Joshua or Joshus Parker Sullivan was born on 6 May 1814. He died on 9 Jan 1864.

+ 183 F iii. Anna Sullivan was born on 15 Feb 1807. She died on 4 Aug 1836.

+ 184 F iv. Rebecca Sullivan was born on 29 Oct 1808. She died on 2 Feb 1886.

+ 185 M v. Aaron Sullivan was born on 21 Feb 1811. He died about 17 Mar 1894.

+ 186 F vi. Elizabeth Sullivan was born in 1820. She died in 1847.

+ 187 M vii. George Sullivan was born on 25 Apr 1822. He died on 7 Dec 1875.

46. David Sullivan (Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

David married Elizabeth Peacock in 1794. Elizabeth died in 1827.

They had the following children:

188 M i. Joel Sullivan .

189 M ii. Aaron Sullivan .

190 F iii. Sarah Sullivan .

191 M iv. Nathan P Sullivan .

+ 192 M v. William Sullivan was born on 25 Apr 1803. He died in Jan 1886.

193 F vi. Ellen C. Sullivan .

194 M vii. George R. Sullivan .

47. William Sullivan (Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1785.

William married Mary Russell . Mary was born about 1785.

They had the following children:

+ 195 M i. James Tennant Sullivan was born about 1810.


Fourth Generation

50. John Sullivan (Benjamin, Benjamin, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Dec 1791. He died in 1862.

John married Nancy about Jan 1817.


John and Nancy had the following children:

+ 196 F i. Sarah Sullivan was born on 24 Nov 1817. She died on 26 Apr 1890.

197 F ii. Mary Sullivan .

198 F iii. Lavinia Sullivan .

199 M iv. Charles F Sullivan .

200 M v. John Sullivan Jr .

201 F vi. Margery Sullivan .

202 F vii. Eliza Ann Sullivan .

203 M viii. Andrew J Sullivan .

58. Mary Ann Simpson (Rachel Sullivan, Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 Mar 1798. She died on 18 Apr 1868.

Mary married Jason Lord on 8 Feb 1823.

They had the following children:

+ 204 M i. William J. Lord .

62. Hannah Simpson (Mary Sullivan, Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 21 Feb 1795. She died on 21 May 1868.

Hannah married Robert Berry on 19 Jan 1813.

They had the following children:

+ 205 F i. Mary L Berry .

66. Mary Simpson (Mary Sullivan, Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Aug 1802. She died on 29 May 1883 in Factory Point, Manchester, Vermont.

Mary married Alexis Morrill .

They had the following children:

206 F i. Caroline M Morrill .
Caroline married Frank Johnson .

99. Elijah Taylor Sullivan (James, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 25 Dec 1791. He died on 1 Jul 1872.

Elijah married (1) Catherine (Katey) Spratt daughter of Hugh Spratt and Catherine Sprott on 23 Dec 1826 in Lincoln, North Carolina. Catherine was born on 5 Dec 1798 in Oglethorpe, North Carolina. She died on 6 Aug 1865.

They had the following children:

207 M i. Nancy Jane Sullivan was born on 30 Oct 1829. He died on 1 Jan 1850.
Nancy married Hoke .

208 M ii. James Pinckley Sullivan was born in Jun 1835.


209 F iii. Mary Ann Sullivan was born in May 1831.

210 M iv. Joseph Aleander Sullivan was born on 15 Oct 1833.
Joseph married Harrison .

+ 211 M v. Charles or James Coatsworth Sullivan was born on 5 Jan 1836/1837. He died after 1860.


Elijah married (2) Cathey . Cathey was born about 1800.

They had the following children:

212 F vi. Harriet Sullivan .
Harriet married Hudson .

+ 213 M vii. George Logan Sullivan .

100. Ezekiel Morris Sullivan (James, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 25 Nov 1798. He died on 3 Aug 1851.

Ezekiel married Sarah . Sarah was born about 1807.

They had the following children:

214 F i. Martha J Sullivan was born about 1832.
Martha married John Cornwell .

215 M ii. Morris Sullivan was born about 1833.

216 F iii. Sarah A. Sullivan was born about 1835.

217 F iv. Matilda Sullivan was born about 1838.

218 M v. James Erwin Sullivan was born about 1844.

219 F vi. Frances Adelaide Sullivan was born about 1848.

220 F vii. Alice J Sullivan .

221 M viii. Jasper Sullivan .

222 ix. Pinkey Sullivan .

103. Esquire Jonathan Amory (Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 5 Nov 1802 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 1 Sep 1885 in Newport, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

Jonathan married Letitia or Laetitia Austin daughter of Dr. John Austin and Mary Parkinson or Redding on 7 Nov 1826. Letitia was born on 18 Aug 1809 in Demerera. She died in Jamaica Plain, Mass.

They had the following children:

223 M i. Jonathan Austin Amory was born in 1827 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts . He died in 1875.

224 M ii. Colonel Thomas Isaac Coffin Amory was born on 27 Nov 1828 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts . He died in Oct 1864.

+ 225 F iii. Letitia Amory was born in 1830. She died in 1912.


226 M iv. George Washington Amory was born in 1832.

227 F v. Mary F. Amory was born in 1833. She died in 1896.

228 F vi. Elizabeth Amory was born in 1835.

229 F vii. Harriet Amory was born in 1837.

230 M viii. William Appleton Amory was born in 1839.

231 M ix. Charles B. Amory was born on 30 Jul 1841.

232 M x. Robert Gordon Amory was born on 12 Apr 1847 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts .

233 M xi. Philip Drimaresq Amory was born in 1848. He died in 1849.

106. James Sullivan Amory (Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 14 May 1809 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 8 Jun 1884.

James married Mary Copely Greene . Mary was born on 21 Jul 1817 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. She died on 5 Apr 1892 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

They had the following children:

+ 234 M i. Arthur Amory .

+ 235 M ii. Augustine Heard Amory .

236 M iii. Harcourt Amory .

118. Sarah Williams Sullivan (William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 10 Nov 1810 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. She died on 31 Mar 1892 in Saratoga, New York.

Sarah married (1) Gilbert Stuart Newton on 22 Aug 1832. Gilbert was born on 11 Aug 1797. He died on 5 Sep 1835 in London, England.


Sarah married (2) William F Oakley . William was born on 11 Aug 1807. He died on 18 Nov 1888.

They had the following children:

+ 237 M i. Daniel Oakley .

119. James or John Turner Sargent Sullivan (William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 24 Sep 1813 in Boston, Norfolk, Massachusetts. He died on 13 Dec 1849.

James married Annie Weddel or Weddle daughter of Reverend David Dollen Weddle and Mary Sullivan on 4 Aug in Nashville, Brown, Indiana. The marriage ended in divorce.Annie was born on 12 Jul 1828/1829 in Frankfort, Clinton, Indiana. She died on 15 Dec 1896 in Villisca, Iowa.

They had the following children:

+ 238 M i. David Dollen Sullivan was born on 21 Jan 1845. He died on 30 Mar 1911.

239 M ii. Walter Scott Sullivan was born about 1847 in Nashville, Brown, Indiana. He

died in 1848.

240 F iii. Martha Weddle Sullivan was born about 1849 in Nashville, Brown, Indiana. She died about 1890.

124. Thomas Russell Sullivan (John Langdon, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 13 Feb 1799 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. He died on 23 Dec 1862 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Thomas married Charlotte Caldwell Blake on 19 Jan 1826. Charlotte was born on 14 Jan 1804. She died on 3 Jul 1863.

They had the following children:

+ 241 M i. John Langdon Sullivan was born on 8 Mar 1827.

242 F ii. Julia Elizabeth Sullivan was born on 3 Oct 1828. She died on 6 Mar 1867.
Julia married Edward Martin Dennie in 1856.

243 M iii. Jonathan Amory Sullivan was born on 3 Oct 1830 in Augusta Co., Virginia . He died on 13 Jul 1905.

244 F iv. Sarah Dorr Sullivan was born on 13 Jul 1832. She died on 29 May 1886.

245 M v. Francis Blake Sullivan was born in Mar 1834 in Brown County, Indiana. He died in 1834.

246 M vi. Henry Dorr Sullivan was born on 20 Jun 1841 in Brown County, Indiana. He died on 29 Aug 1889.

247 M vii. George Smith Blake Sullivan was born on 11 Nov 1845. He died on 12 Mar 1891.

248 M viii. Thomas Russell Sullivan was born on 6 Mar 1845 in Brown County, Indiana.

159. Charles Wells (Margery Hardy, Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 18 Dec 1799. He died on 24 Apr 1847.

Charles married Mary Wiggin .

They had the following children:

+ 249 F i. Marie Antoinette Wells .

166. Eliza Sullivan (John, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 30 Mar 1805 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She died on 2 Oct 1870.

Eliza married Orlando Yeaton in 1828. Orlando was born on 30 May 1802 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

250 F i. Emily Sullivan Yeaton .

251 ii. Halpine Yeaton was born on 19 Sep 1867 in Shtsbrgh, New York.

252 F iii. Helen Marion Yeaton was born on 12 Aug 1869 in Washington, DC.

253 M iv. Stafford Yeaton was born on 9 Feb 1870 in Prince Point, New York.

173. David Moore Rodgers or Rogers (Margery Sullivan, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 Nov 1802 in Shapleigh, York County, Maine. He died on 17 Feb 1859 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

David married (1) Caroline Smith . Caroline was born in Exeter, Washington County, Rhode Island.


David married (2) Susannah Nickerson Jackson in 1845. Susannah was born on 25 May 1813 in Marblehead, Massachusetts,. She died on 25 Dec 1878 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

They had the following children:

+ 254 F i. Martha A Rogers was born on 5 Nov 1852.

181. Elias Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 23 Jun 1805 in New Jersey or Ohio. He died on 15 Apr 1872 in Springhill, Champaign, Ohio.

Elias married (1) Anna Longfellow daughter of Joseph Longfellow and Mary Fowler on 25 Mar 1830 in Champaign, Ohio. Anna was born on 20 Apr 1806. She died on 25 Dec 1832. She was buried in Hueling Cemetery, Heuling Homstead, Oh.

They had the following children:

255 F i. Mary Sullivan was born on 20 Nov 1830. She died on 16 Sep 1831.

256 M ii. Parker Sullivan was born in 1830. He died on 3 Dec 1851.

257 M iii. Gabriel Sullivan .

258 M iv. Benjamin Sullivan .

259 M v. Aaron Sullivan was born in 1846.

260 M vi. Isaac Sullivan .

261 F vii. Elizabeth Sullivan .


Elias married (2) Margaret Hueling on 29 Oct 1835. Margaret was born on 21 Sep 1817. She died on 23 Mar 1838. She was buried in Hueling Cemetery, Heuling Homstead, Oh.

They had the following children:

262 M viii. Gabriel Sullivan .

263 M ix. Benjamin Sullivan .

264 M x. Aaron Sullivan .

265 M xi. Isaac Sullivan .

266 F xii. Elizabeth Sullivan .


Elias married (3) Nancy Wilkinson on 25 Feb 1839. Nancy was born on 27 Feb 1812 in Virginia. She died on 9 Feb 1887 in Wesley Chapel.

They had the following children:

267 F xiii. Deborah Sullivan was born about 6 Sep 1840. She died on 6 Sep 1841.


268 M xiv. David Sullivan was born on 30 Dec 1848. He died on 17 Mar 1850.

269 F xv. baby Sullivan was born on 13 Dec 1850.

270 M xvi. Isaac Sullivan was born in 1852 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

182. Joshua or Joshus Parker Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 May 1814 in Logan Co., Ohio. He died on 9 Jan 1864 in Kendall Co, Illinois.

Joshua married (1) Sarah (Jane or Ann) Wisman on 18 Mar 1834. Sarah was born on 25 Nov 1812 in Ohio. She died on 27 Nov 1847 in Nu-Au-Say Kendall Co, Illinois. She was buried in Block 1 Row 15 Au Sable Cem, Nu-Au-Say Kendall Co, Illinois.

They had the following children:

271 M i. James Barney Sullivan was born about 1834 in Illinois.

272 M ii. Dan Sullivan was born about 1835.

273 M iii. John Sullivan was born about 1836.

274 M iv. Joshua Sullivan was born about 1837.

+ 275 M v. William M. Sullivan was born on 28 Jul 1839.

+ 276 F vi. Louisa Maria Sullivan was born on 8 Dec 1840. She died on 6 Dec 1905.

277 M vii. Joseph Sullivan was born on 29 May 1843. He died on 7 Nov 1861.

278 M viii. James ? Sullivan was born about 1845.


Joshua married (2) Nancy Greathouse ??? in in Athens County, Ohio.

They had the following children:

+ 279 F ix. Rachel Orinda Sullivan ??? .


Joshua married (3) Susan Butts Guyant on 4 Apr 1848 in Nu-Au-Say Twnshp (now Kendal County IL.). Susan was born on 3 Aug 1803 in New London, Connecticut. She died on 27 Sep 1864 in Nu-Au-Say Kendall, Illinois. She was buried in Nu-Au-Say Kendall, Illinois.

183. Anna Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 15 Feb 1807 in Champaign, Ohio. She died on 4 Aug 1836 in Champaign, Ohio.

Anna married Joseph Longfellow son of Joseph Longfellow and Mary Fowler on 8 Mar 1827 in Champaign, Ohio. Joseph was born on 5 Apr 1805 in Kentucky. He died on 10 May 1878 in Logan, Ohio. He was buried in Philadelphia Cemetary.

They had the following children:

280 M i. Parker Longfellow was born after 1827.

281 M ii. Joseph Longfellow .
Joseph married (1) Tracy Merida .
Joseph married (2) Mary Fowler .

184. Rebecca Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 29 Oct 1808 in Ohio. She died on 2 Feb 1886 in Adams Township, Campaign,
Ohio.

Rebecca married Thomas Cummins son of William Cummins on 10 Sep 1828. Thomas was born in Champaign, County, Ohio. He died on 14 Jul 1871 in Adams Township, Campaign, Ohio.

They had the following children:

282 M i. William Cummins was born on 29 Oct 1833 in Champaign, County, Ohio.

283 F ii. Elizabeth Cummins was born in 1835 in Champaign, County, Ohio.

284 F iii. Nancy Cummins was born in 1837 in Champaign County, Ohio.

285 M iv. John Cummins was born in 1838 in Champaign County, Ohio.

286 M v. Thomas Cummins was born in 1840 in Champaign County, Ohio.

287 M vi. George H. Cummins was born in 1843 in Champaign County, Ohio.

288 F vii. Marian L. Cummins was born in 1846 in Champaign County, Ohio.

289 M viii. Benjamin M. Cummins was born on 30 Apr 1848 in Champaign County, Ohio. He died in Clark Co., Ohio.

185. Aaron Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 21 Feb 1811 in Champaign, Ohio. He died about 17 Mar 1894 in Manchester, Delaware, Iowa. He was buried on 20 Mar 1894 in Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa.

Aaron married Jane Lippincott daughter of Samuel B. Lippincott and Rebecca Parker on 20 Jun 1837 in Champaign County, Ohio or Kendal County, Illinois. Jane was born on 7 Nov 1819 in Champaign, Ohio. She died on 14 Sep 1886 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa. She was buried on 15 Sep 1886 in Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa.

They had the following children:

+ 290 F i. Mary Rebecca Sullivan was born on 13 Jul 1839. She died on 29 Jan 1891.

+ 291 M ii. Samuel Parker Sullivan was born on 15 Feb 1841. He died on 26 Sep 1926.

+ 292 F iii. Sarah Ellen Sullivan was born on 28 Jan 1843. She died on 29 Mar 1908.

+ 293 M iv. Andrew Jackson Sullivan was born on 10 Apr 1845. He died on 31 Mar 1924.

+ 294 M v. Isaac Newton Sullivan was born on 3 Nov 1848. He died on 31 Jan 1938.

+ 295 M vi. Aaron Rudalphus Sullivan was born on 8 May 1850. He died on 26 Nov 1927.

+ 296 F vii. Jane Amine Sullivan was born on 14 Feb 1853. She died on 24 Dec 1908.

+ 297 M viii. Henry Benjamin Franklin Sullivan was born on 6 Aug 1856. He died on 26 Mar 1946.

+ 298 M ix. Lucius Matlick Sullivan was born on 6 Dec 1858. He died in 1926.

186. Elizabeth Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1820 in Champaign, Ohio. She died in 1847.

Elizabeth married James D. Stevens on 6 Feb 1838 in Champaign, Ohio. James was born

on 11 Oct 1791 in Hampshire, Virginia. He died on 29 Mar 1883 in Urbana, Champaign, Ohio. He was buried in Stevens Cemetary, Madrive Twp, Ohio.

They had the following children:

299 M i. Robert S. Stevens was born in 1839. He died in 1842.

300 F ii. Eliza J. Stevens was born in 1841. She died in 1843.

301 M iii. James Wise Stevens was born in 1845 in Kings Creek County, Ohio. He died on 30 Nov 1931 in Clarkston, Washington.
James married Susan Moore on 19 Sep 1867.

187. George Sullivan (Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 25 Apr 1822 in Champaign, Ohio. He died on 7 Dec 1875 in Springhill, Champaign, Ohio.

George married (1) Eliza J. Wren on 10 Oct 1850. Eliza was born in 1832. She died on 13 Feb 1861.

They had the following children:

302 M i. Son Sullivan was born on 3 May 1862 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio. He died on 12 May 1862.

303 F ii. Mary Elizabeth Sullivan was born about 1854/1863 in Harrison , Champaign, Ohio.
Mary married Samuel Cheneger .

304 M iii. Joshua B. Sullivan was born in 1852/1865 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

305 M iv. Charles W. Sullivan was born in 1852/1865 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

306 M v. John Milton Sullivan was born in 1857 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

307 M vi. Daniel P. Sullivan was born in 1858 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

308 M vii. Edgar Sullivan was born on 26 Jan 1860 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

309 M viii. George Sullivan was born about 1872 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

310 M ix. Grant Sullivan was born about 1872.

311 M x. William Sullivan was born about 1874 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

312 M xi. Oscar Sullivan was born about 1875 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.


George married (2) Sarah J. Dearduff on 10 Oct 1850.

They had the following children:

313 M xii. Francis M. Sullivan was born on 6 Jan 1854 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio. He died on 15 Apr 1854.

314 F xiii. Sullivan was born on 24 Jan 1860 in Harrison, Champaign, Ohio.

192. William Sullivan (David, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 25 Apr 1803. He died in Jan 1886 in Brown County, Indiana.

William married Clarissa Tomlinson on 8 Mar 1835. Clarissa was born in 1812 in Pennsylvania. She died in 1895 in Brown County, Indiana.

William and Clarissa had the following children:

315 M i. William T. Sullivan was born on 9 Oct 1840 in Marion Co., Indiana.

316 F ii. Clara E. Sullivan was born on 12 Jun 1843 in Brown County, Indiana.
Clara married Colonel Richard F. May .

317 F iii. Flora Sullivan was born on 16 Feb 1847 in Brown County, Indiana.
Flora married Robert Stewart .

+ 318 M iv. George R. Sullivan was born on 11 Aug 1856.

195. James Tennant Sullivan (William, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1810.

James married Harriet Elliott . Harriet was born about 1810.

They had the following children:

319 M i. George R. Sullivan was born in 1837 in Maryland.
George married Addia . Addia was born in 1848 in New Jersey.

+ 320 F ii. Zoulie Sullivan was born in 1856.


Fifth Generation

196. Sarah Sullivan (John, Benjamin, Benjamin, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 24 Nov 1817 in Tuftenboro, Carroll Co., New Hampshire. She died on 26 Apr 1890 in Gorham, Cumberland, Maine. She was buried in Eastern Cemetary, Gorham, Maine.

Sarah married Joseph James Jr. on 10 Aug 1842 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

321 M i. Cyrus B. James .

322 F ii. Mary S. James .

+ 323 M iii. Frank William James was born on 23 Aug 1848. He died on 30 Apr 1915.

204. William J. Lord (Mary Ann Simpson, Rachel Sullivan, Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

William married Thankful K Stevens .

They had the following children:

324 F i. Belle Lord .
Belle married George L Osgood .

205. Mary L Berry (Hannah Simpson, Mary Sullivan, Daniel, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Mary married Moses Rust Pulsifer son of Jonathan Pulsifer and Mary Rust.


Moses and Mary had the following children:

325 F i. Georgia Pulsifer .
Georgia married Doctor Charles Byron Porter .

211. Charles or James Coatsworth Sullivan (Elijah Taylor, James, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 5 Jan 1836/1837. He died after 1860.

Charles married Mary E. ? Sullivan .

They had the following children:

326 F i. Nancy J. Sullivan .

327 F ii. Dora Sullivan .
Dora married Andrew Luther .

213. George Logan Sullivan (Elijah Taylor, James, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

George married Mary Adeline Hauss .

They had the following children:

328 M i. John F. Sullivan was born in Oct 1846.

329 F ii. Frances Jane Sullivan was born in 1847.

330 M iii. James A. Sullivan was born in 1853.

331 M iv. George Andrew Sullivan was born on 30 Nov 1857. He died on 9 Apr 1915.

332 M v. Charles William (Will) Sullivan was born in 1861. He died in 1932.

333 F vi. Susan Victoria Sullivan was born on 26 Oct 1863. She died on 8 May 1944.

334 M vii. Dock Scroggs Sullivan was born in Mar 1868.

335 F viii. Allison Sullivan .

225. Letitia Amory (Jonathan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1830. She died in 1912.

Letitia married Dr. Lucius Manlius Sargent son of Lucius Manlius Sargent and Sarah Dunn on 22 Sep 1847 in Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts . Lucius was born in 1826. He died in 1864 in Bellfield, Virginia.

They had the following children:

+ 336 F i. Mary Turner Sargent was born in 1848. She died in 1890.

337 M ii. George Amory Sargent was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts.
George married Sallie Prince Osgood . Sallie was born in Salem.

234. Arthur Amory (James Sullivan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Arthur married Betty Ingersoll .


Arthur and Betty had the following children:

338 F i. Ethel Amory .

235. Augustine Heard Amory (James Sullivan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Augustine married Daughter Snelling daughter of Samuel George Snelling and Eleanora Ellicott Paul.

They had the following children:

339 M i. James Sullivan Amory was born on 10 Nov 1890 in Lawrence, Massachusetts.

340 M ii. Harold Amory was born on 3 Sep 1893 in N. Andover, Massachusetts.

237. Daniel Oakley (Sarah Williams Sullivan, William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Daniel married Ellen Sargent .

They had the following children:

341 F i. Elaine Sargent Oakley .

238. David Dollen Sullivan (James or John Turner Sargent, William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 21 Jan 1845 in Nashville, Brown, Indiana. He died on 30 Mar 1911 in Soda Springs, Bannock, Idaho. He was buried in Apr 1911 in Cemetery, Grace, Idaho.

David married Caroline Clarissa Calkins daughter of Israel Calkins and Lavina Wheeler on 21 Jan 1868 in Payson, Utah, Utah. Caroline was born on 7 Jan 1851 in Coucil Bluffs, Pottawattamie, Iowa. She died on 17 Jul 1921 in Grace, Carobou, Idaho. She was buried on 20 Jul 1921 in Grace Cemetary.

They had the following children:

342 F i. Annie Lavina Sullivan was born on 14 Nov 1868 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 14 Nov 1868 in Payson, Utah, Utah.

+ 343 F ii. Julia Melvina Sullivan was born on 19 Nov 1869. She died on 29 Jan 1968.

344 F iii. Indamora Sullivan was born on 20 Mar 1874 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 11 Jun 1932.
Indamora married (1) George Stoddary on 7 Jul 1897.
Indamora married (2) Thorber Johnson in Oct 1909.

+ 345 F iv. Helen Amelia Sullivan was born on 8 Feb 1877. She died on 7 Apr 1907.

346 F v. Minnie Martha Sullivan was born on 18 Dec 1878 in Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho or Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 15 Aug 1964.
Minnie married Louis Hyrum Rasmussen on 27 Mar 1925.

347 M vi. David Dollen Sullivan was born on 6 Sep 1880 in Trout Creek, Bannock, Idaho. He died on 17 May 1969 in Blackfoot, Bingham, Idaho.
David married (1) Maude May Buckland on 20 Mar 1901. Maude was born on 4 May 1880 in Bountiful, Davis, Utah. She died on 14 Jun 1950 in


Tacoma, Pierce, Washington. She was buried in Jun 1950 in Tacoma, Pierce, Washington.
David married (2) Edna Carson Twitchell .

+ 348 F vii. Mary Elizabeth Sullivan was born on 12 Sep 1882. She died on 21 Apr 1954.

349 F viii. Lilly May Sullivan was born on 17 Jul 1884 in Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 24 Jul 1886.

350 F ix. Caroline Sullivan was born on 4 Jul 1886 in Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 27 Mar 1974.
Caroline married Lowell Henry Merriam on 23 Sep 1914.

351 M x. Walter Scott Sullivan was born on 24 Feb 1889 in Lago, Bannock, Idaho.
Walter married (1) Myrtle Hunt .
Walter married (2) Pamelia Vera Clark on 9 Nov 1921.

352 M xi. Israel Horatio Sullivan was born on 24 Feb 1889 in Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho. He died on 24 Feb 1889.

353 F xii. Irene Sullivan was born on 21 Apr 1891 in Gentile Valley, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 30 Sep 1981.
Irene married Harry Augustus on 19 Feb 1908.

354 F xiii. Gladys Sullivan was born on 17 Aug 1893 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 29 Apr 1980.
Gladys married Emil William Joy on 22 Sep 1914.

241. John Langdon Sullivan (Thomas Russell, John Langdon, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 8 Mar 1827 in Augusta Co., Virginia or New Hampshire.

John married (1) Mary Eliza Lynde in 1848.

They had the following children:

+ 355 F i. Mary Lynde Sullivan was born in 1850.

356 M ii. Seth Lynde Sullivan was born in 1853.


John married (2) Helen Lynde in 1860. Helen was born in 1841 in New York.

They had the following children:

357 F iii. Elizabeth Sullivan was born in 1862.

358 M iv. Lynde Sullivan was born in 1865 in Massachusetts.
Lynde married Katharine Baldwin in 1898.

359 F v. Helen Lynde Sullivan was born in 1870 in Massachusetts.

360 M vi. James Amory Sullivan was born in 1875 in Massachusetts.
James married Lavinia Kaufman in 1900.

249. Marie Antoinette Wells (Charles Wells, Margery Hardy, Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Marie married Levi Steele .


Levi and Marie had the following children:

+ 361 F i. Antoinette Wells Steele .

254. Martha A Rogers (David Moore Rodgers or Rogers, Margery Sullivan, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 5 Nov 1852 in Central Falls, Rhode Island.

Martha married John C Curran on 9 May 1867 in Providence, Rhode Island. John was born on 1 Sep 1845 in England. He died on 24 Aug 1910 in Galesburg, Illinois.

They had the following children:

+ 362 F i. Jennie Curran was born on 29 Jan 1873. She died on 20 Apr 1952.

275. William M. Sullivan (Joshua or Joshus Parker, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 28 Jul 1839 in Kendall County, Illinois.

William married Mary Louisa Vinton on 6 Sep 1861 in Michigan. Mary was born in 1840 in Ohio. She died on 3 Jan 1902 in Brainard, Fayette, Iowa .

They had the following children:

363 M i. Joshua (Frank) Sullivan was born in 1862 in Illinois.

364 M ii. Delos Sullivan was born in 1864 in Illinois.
Delos married Carrie Moore .

365 F iii. Lena Sullivan was born in 1866 in Illinois.

366 M iv. Charles Sullivan was born in 1868 in Illinois.

367 M v. Albert Sullivan was born in 1870 in Iowa.

368 F vi. Sarah (Sadie) Sullivan was born in 1874 in Iowa.

369 M vii. William (Willie) Sullivan was born in 1876 in Iowa.

370 M viii. Oscar Sullivan was born in 1876 in Iowa.

276. Louisa Maria Sullivan (Joshua or Joshus Parker, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 8 Dec 1840 in Nu-Au-Say Twsp Kendall Co., Illinois. She died on 6 Dec 1905.

Louisa married Orin Patchen Austin son of Truman Dudley Austin on 18 Mar 1858 in Kendall County, Illinois. Orin was born on 11 Nov 1830 in Yates, Orleans Co., New York. He died on 5 Dec 1903.

They had the following children:

371 F i. Susan Austin was born in 1860 in Illinois.

372 F ii. Sarah Austin was born in 1862 in Illinois.

373 M iii. Joseph Austin was born in 1863 in Illinois.

374 M iv. Frank Austin was born in 1865.

375 M v. James Austin was born in 1867 in Illinois.

376 F vi. Ida Austin was born in 1871 in Illinois.

377 F vii. Effie Austin was born in 1878 in Illinois.

279. Rachel Orinda Sullivan ??? (Joshua or Joshus Parker, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Rachel married Keyes ??? .

They had the following children:

378 i. Keyes ??? .

290. Mary Rebecca Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 13 Jul 1839 in Urbana, Champaign, Ohio. She died on 29 Jan 1891 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa.

Mary married Oscar W. Wellman son of Wellman and Mrs Wellman on 14 Sep 1856 in Delaware Co, Iowa. Oscar was born on 25 Mar 1831 in Steuben, New York. He died on 8 May 1904/1906. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa.

They had the following children:

379 M i. Roy D. Wellman was born on 8 Nov 1857 in Masonville, Iowa. He died on 24 Mar 1895. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa.

380 M ii. Oswell Z. Wellman was born on 27 Sep 1859 in Masonville, Iowa. He died on 9 Dec 1930 in Arlington, Iowa.
Oswell married (1) Grace Anna Oviatt on 1 Jun 1886. Grace was born in Rockford, Illinois.
Oswell married (2) Blanche Farrier Miller on 12 Mar 1927. Blanche was born in Tipton, Iowa.

381 M iii. George A Wellman was born on 14 Sep 1861 in Iowa. He died in Montana.

+ 382 M iv. Aaron Lemuel Wellman was born on 23 Nov 1863.

383 M v. Alonzo Francis Wellman was born on 8 Oct 1865 in Iowa. He died on 4 Feb 1866. He was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Masonville, Iowa.

+ 384 M vi. Bertrand J Wellman was born on 10 Sep 1867.

+ 385 M vii. Frank G. Wellman was born on 18 May 1872.

386 M viii. Phineas Wellman was born on 23 Aug 1874 in Iowa.

387 M ix. Sank A Wellman was born on 7 Jan 1877 in Iowa.
Sank married Alta Bailey .

291. Samuel Parker Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 15 Feb 1841 in West Liberty, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 26 Sep 1926 in Fort Benton, Montana. He was buried in Fort Benton, Montana.

Samuel married Eliza (Emma or Lydia) Ann Walton daughter of Pearson or Pierson Rathbone (Rathbun) Walton and Prudence Mahala Hodges on 14 Dec 1868 in Delaware Co, Iowa. Eliza was born on 22 Sep 1847 in Terra Haute, Indiana. She died on 3 Apr 1903 in Cornwall, Idaho.


Samuel and Eliza had the following children:

+ 388 M i. Charles A. Sullivan was born about 1869/1870. He died after 1946.

+ 389 M ii. Percy Rathburn Sullivan was born on 7 Mar 1871. He died about Aug 1964.

390 M iii. John Sullivan was born in 1872 in Clay Co., Nebraska.
John married Myrtle Sullivan daughter of Fred Sullivan.

+ 391 M iv. Claude Latimore Sullivan was born on 4 Aug 1878. He died on 25 Oct 1962.

392 M v. Elmer Wellman Sullivan was born about 1865. He was buried Baker Cemetary, Coffins Grove, Iowa.

+ 393 F vi. Jennie P. Sullivan was born in Sep 1885.

394 F vii. Maude M. Sullivan was born in Sep 1889 in Idaho.
Maude married Austin Lynchand .

292. Sarah Ellen Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 28 Jan 1843 in Champaign, Ohio. She died on 29 Mar 1908 in Lake Charles, Louisiana.

Sarah married Richard Bedford Alcock son of Nicholas Alcock and Betsy ( Brisbin) More on 12 Nov 1859 in Coffins Grove Twp., Delaware Co., Iowa. Richard was born on 18 Apr 1831 in Williamson, New York. He died on 15 Mar 1898 in Oberlin, Louisana.

They had the following children:

395 F i. Slyvia Alcock was born on 29 Oct 1861 in Iowa.

396 F ii. Chastena Alcock was born on 29 Dec 1863 in Iowa.
Chastena married Horace Richardson .

397 F iii. Estella (Stella) Alcock was born on 4 Jun 1867.

398 F iv. Minnie Alcock was born on 3 Oct 1869 in Masonville, Deleware Co, Iowa. She died on 1 Aug 1923 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Minnie married Henry J Houseman . Henry was born on 12 Nov 1859.

399 F v. Luella F. Alcock was born on 22 Jun 1872 in Iowa. She died on 29 Aug 1940.

400 F vi. Lecinda Bell (Cinda) Alcock was born on 28 Aug 1875 in Iowa.

401 F vii. Mattie Pearl Alcock was born on 21 Mar 1877 in Masonville, Deleware Co, Iowa. She died on 8 Aug 1962 in Welsh, Louisiana.
Mattie married Louis J Bell . Louis was born on 14 Aug 1876. He died on 13 Dec 1936 in Loma Linda, California.

402 F viii. Clyde Alcock was born on 8 Dec 1879 in Iowa.

403 F ix. Alice Alcock was born on 12 Nov 1881 in Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa. She died in Oct 1945 in Alexandria, Louisiana.
Alice married John Shaffer . John died on 16 May 1919 in Ruston, Lousiana.

293. Andrew Jackson Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 10 Apr 1845 in Masonville, Iowa. He died on 31 Mar 1924. He was buried in San Francisco, California.
Andrew married (1) Mary Elisabeth Reynolds about 28 May 1867. Mary was born in 1845 in New York.

They had the following children:

+ 404 F i. Jennie Grace Sullivan was born in 1869.

405 M ii. Wiliam (Willy) A. Sullivan was born in 1871 in Coffeyville, Montgomery Co, Kansas. He died after 1930.
Wiliam married Minnie .

406 F iii. Cloe (Chloe) Sullivan was born in 1872 in Coffeyville, Montgomery Co, Kansas. She died in 1943.
Cloe married (1) Harry T. McNulty .
Cloe married (2) Mr. Bourjoise .

407 M iv. Fred Bengamin Sullivan was born on 5 Apr 1875 in Kansas.

408 M v. Arthur (Artie) Sullivan was born in 1877 in Kansas. He died on 22 Jul 1882 in Coffeyville, Montgomery Co, Kansas.

409 M vi. Andrew J. Sullivan was born on 8 Jan 1879 in Coffeyville, Montgomery Co, Kansas. He died on 24 Jun 1907 in Hailey, Blaine County, Idaho.
Andrew married Martha J Burrhus . Martha was born in 1864 in Three Spring, Pennsylvania. She died after 1930.

410 M vii. Grion Sullivan was born after 1880 in Coffeyville, Montgomery Co, Kansas. He died before 1930.

411 M viii. Ancy E. Sullivan was born on 8 Sep 1881. He died in Jun 1930.
Ancy married Eleanor M. White .

412 F ix. Eunice R. Sullivan was born in Nov 1884. She died in May 1920.
Eunice married Noah Patton in 1898.


Andrew married (2) Mattie Burroughs .

294. Isaac Newton Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Nov 1848 in Delaware Co., Iowa. He died on 31 Jan 1938 in Boise, Idaho.

Isaac married Chastine Josephine Moore daughter of Seldon Willis Moore and Mary Adelaide Cotton on 14 Feb 1875/1870. Chastine was born on 8 Oct 1855 in Ohio. She died on 10 Oct 1930 in Boise, Idaho. She was buried in Boise, Idaho.

They had the following children:

413 M i. Willis Eugene Sullivan was born on 24 Aug 1874 in Coffeyvill, Kansas. He died in 1931 in Boise, Idaho.
Willis married Helen Tuck Ford . Helen was born on 9 Jun 1910.

+ 414 M ii. Laverne Latimer Sullivan was born in 1877.

415 F iii. Josephine Sullivan was born after 1880.

295. Aaron Rudalphus Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 8 May 1850 in Coffins Grove, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 26 Nov 1927 in Iowa Falls, Iowa. He was buried on 30 Nov 1927 in Iowa Falls, Iowa.
Aaron married Lucy Martin (Mattie or Martha) Norton daughter of Rev. Ruben Norton and Caroline. Lucy was born on 24 Aug 1852 in Enosburgh ,Vermont. She died on 17 Dec 1938 in Iowa Falls, Iowa. She was buried on 20 Dec 1938 in Iowa Falls, Iowa.

They had the following children:

416 M i. Willie Reuban (Ted) Sullivan was born on 14 Jan 1871 in Iowa.

417 M ii. Glen Sullivan was born died in infancy.

418 M iii. Harry G. Sullivan .

296. Jane Amine Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 14 Feb 1853 in Coffins Grove Twp., Delaware Co., Iowa. She died on 24 Dec 1908 in Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa.

Jane married John A. Latimer son of Edward Latimer and Janet Mounsey on 2 Aug 1869. John was born on 4 Apr 1844 in Dumfries Scotland. He died on 17 Feb 1934 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls County, Idaho. He was buried in Masonville, Deleware County,Iowa.

They had the following children:

419 M i. Glen Maynard Latimer was born on 5 May 1870 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 12 Feb 1935.

420 M ii. James Barney Latimer was born on 31 Dec 1873 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 3 Aug 1912.

421 M iii. Lawrence G. Latimer was born on 2 Jan 1880 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 22 Nov 1944.

422 F iv. Jennie Fern Latimer .
Jennie married Bothwell .

297. Henry Benjamin Franklin Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 Aug 1856 in Coffins Grove, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 26 Mar 1946.

Henry married Ella Herrington on 8 Mar 1881. Ella was born on 4 Jan 1857 in of Ithica, Tompkins, New York. She died on 5 Oct 1931.

They had the following children:

423 F i. Alma Fern Sullivan was born about 1882 in Coffins Grove, Delaware, Iowa.
Alma married James Kavens .

424 F ii. Michenah Sullivan was born about 1884 in Coffins Grove, Delaware, Iowa.
Michenah married Ashley Fergeson .

298. Lucius Matlick Sullivan (Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 6 Dec 1858 in Coffins Grove, Delaware, Iowa. He died in 1926.

Lucius married Laura .

They had the following children:

+ 425 M i. Fred Sullivan .

318. George R. Sullivan (William, David, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 11 Aug 1856 in Brown County, Indiana.

George married Annie or Anna Russell .

They had the following children:

426 M i. Rusell Sullivan .

320. Zoulie Sullivan (James Tennant, William, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1856 in Harve de Grace, Maryland. She died in Lawrence County, Ohio.

Zoulie married Doctor John Higgins Ewing son of James G Ewing and Ann Elizabeth Higgins on 31 Oct 1883 in Hunterdon, New Jersey. John was born on 1 Nov 1853 in Flemington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey. He died on 13 Jan 1910 in Flemington, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.

They had the following children:

427 F i. Nan Ewing was born in 1885.
Nan married Claude Fisher .


Sixth Generation

323. Frank William James (Sarah Sullivan, John, Benjamin, Benjamin, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 23 Aug 1848 in Sandwich/Tamworth, Carroll Co., New Hampshire. He died on 30 Apr 1915 in Hudson, New Hampshire.

Frank married Sarah Elizabeth Whitten on 27 Sep 1867 in Tamworth, Carroll Co., New Hampshire.

They had the following children:

428 F i. Mattie May James .

429 M ii. Cyrus Delbert James was born on 2 Jun 1874 in Tamworth, Carroll Co., New Hampshire. He died on 22 Jul 1924 in North Conway, Carroll Co., New Hampshire. He was buried in North Conway Cemetary, North Conway, New Hampshire.
Cyrus married Grace Annabell Lawrence .

430 F iii. Nellie James .

336. Mary Turner Sargent (Letitia Amory, Jonathan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1848 in Massachusetts. She died in 1890.

Mary married Reverend Thomas Burgess . Thomas was born in 1850 in Maine. He died in 1898.

They had the following children:

431 M i. Thomas Burgess was born in 1880 in Vermont.


432 M ii. Alexander Burgess .

433 F iii. Mary Burgess .

+ 434 M iv. George Burgess .

343. Julia Melvina Sullivan (David Dollen, James or John Turner Sargent, William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 19 Nov 1869 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 29 Jan 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah. She was buried on 1 Feb 1968 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Julia married Guy Hartley Greene son of William Boyd Greene and Laura Zatilla Moulton on 25 Nov 1909 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho. Guy was born on 23 Dec 1875 in Avon, Warren Co., Illinois. He died on 22 Nov 1959 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was buried on 25 Nov 1959 in Salt Lake City Cemetery .

They had the following children:

435 i. Greene .

436 ii. Greene .

437 iii. Greene .

345. Helen Amelia Sullivan (David Dollen, James or John Turner Sargent, William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 8 Feb 1877 in Payson, Utah, Utah. She died on 7 Apr 1907 in Gray, Bonneville, Idaho.

Helen married Thoedore Dewey son of Albert Corning Dewey and Sarah Burton on 2 Jan 1899 in Pocatello, Bonneville, Idaho. Thoedore was born on 28 Apr 1863 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on 17 Aug 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was buried on 20 Aug 1917 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

They had the following children:

438 M i. Leland Sullivan Dewey was born on 14 Nov 1899 in Grace, Carobou, Idaho.

439 F ii. Sarah Clarissa Dewey was born on 27 Nov 1900 in Grace,Carobou, Idaho. She died in 1988 in Ventura, Ventura, California.
Sarah married Leroy Chester Witt son of Charles Martin Witt and Adeline Emma Jacobs on 5 Apr 1920 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Leroy was born on 18 Jun 1894 in Ottawa, La Salle, Illinois. He died on 29 Aug 1970 in Ventura, Ventura, California. He was buried on 1 Sep 1970 in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California.

440 iii. Archabald or Ashbel or Ashabald Dewey was born on 5 Jul 1902 in Grace,Carobou, Idaho. Archabald died on 7 Jul 1902.

441 M iv. David Floyd Dewey was born on 1 Jul 1903 in Gray, Bonneville, Idaho.

348. Mary Elizabeth Sullivan (David Dollen, James or John Turner Sargent, William, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 12 Sep 1882 in Soda Springs, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 21 Apr 1954 in Soda Springs, Bannock, Idaho. She was buried on 26 Apr 1954 in Grace, Carobou, Idaho.

Mary married Frank Mousley Snow on 20 Jun 1906 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Frank was born on 30 Mar 1876 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He died on 12 Jul 1959 in Soda Springs, Bannock,

Idaho. He was buried on 16 Jul 1959 in Grace, Caribou, Idaho.

They had the following children:

442 F i. Caroline Snow was born on 12 Jan 1912 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 12 Jan 1912 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho.

443 F ii. Mary Helen Snow was born on 11 May 1907 in Grace, Bannock, Idaho. She died on 23 Aug 1941.

355. Mary Lynde Sullivan (John Langdon, Thomas Russell, John Langdon, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1850.

Mary married Alexander Cochrane or Cockrane in 1867.

They had the following children:

+ 444 F i. Etherl Cochrane or Cockrane .

361. Antoinette Wells Steele (Marie Antoinette Wells, Charles Wells, Margery Hardy, Mary Sullivan, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Antoinette married Britton Davis .

They had the following children:

445 M i. Newton Davis .

446 F ii. Antoinette Davis .

447 M iii. Britton Davis .

362. Jennie Curran (Martha A Rogers, David Moore Rodgers or Rogers, Margery Sullivan, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 29 Jan 1873 in Providence, Rhode Island. She died on 20 Apr 1952 in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California.

Jennie married Charles Grant Everson . Charles was born on 20 Feb 1874 in Galesburg, Ill,. He died on 19 Nov 1956 in San Jose, Santa Clara County, California.

They had the following children:

+ 448 M i. Forest Laverne Everson died on 17 Aug 1961.

382. Aaron Lemuel Wellman (Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 23 Nov 1863 in Iowa.

Aaron married Vina Smallwood .

They had the following children:

+ 449 M i. Charles Wellman .

384. Bertrand J Wellman "Bertie" (Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 10 Sep 1867 in Iowa.

Bertrand married May Paige .


Bertrand and May had the following children:

+ 450 M i. Wayne Wellman .

385. Frank G. Wellman (Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 18 May 1872 in Iowa.

Frank married Eula Ward daughter of Matthew Ward and Flora Buckey.

They had the following children:

+ 451 F i. Clare Wellman .

388. Charles A. Sullivan (Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1869/1870 in Delaware Co., Iowa. He died after 1946 in Probably Florida ?.

Charles married Lucinda ?? .

They had the following children:

452 M i. Mark S. Sullivan ?? was born on 16 May 1892. He died on 27 Dec 1896. He was buried in Buchanan Cemetery.

389. Percy Rathburn Sullivan (Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 7 Mar 1871 in Clay Co., Nebraska. He died about Aug 1964 in Veneta, Oregon.

Percy married (1) Isabella A. Owens "Belle" daughter of Nephi Owens and Elizabeth Campbell about 1891. Isabella was born on 22 Nov 1878 in Yakima, Washington. She died on 9 Jul 1905 in Cornwall, Idaho. She was buried in Buchanan Cemetery.

They had the following children:

453 F i. Eva A Sullivan was born in 1892.

454 F ii. Neva Isabelle Sullivan was born on 21 Jan 1895 in Idaho.

455 M iii. Glen S. Sullivan was born on 30 Mar 1898 in Idaho.

456 M iv. John T Sullivan was born on 27 Jan 1902.


Percy married (2) Sintha or Finesha Spencer on 26 Nov 1908 in Troy, Latah County, Idaho. Sintha was born on 26 May 1890 in Idaho. She died in Jul 1979 in Of Albany, Linn, Oregon.

They had the following children:

457 F v. Martha Sullivan was born about 1910 in Idaho.

458 M vi. Evan Sullivan .

459 M vii. Richard Sullivan .

460 F viii. Laura Sullivan .

461 F ix. Jennie Sullivan was born on 19 Apr 1913.

462 M x. Ulton Sullivan .

391. Claude Latimore Sullivan (Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 4 Aug 1878 in Masonville, Delaware, Iowa. He died on 25 Oct 1962 in Malalia, Oregon. He was buried in Oct 1962 in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho.

Claude married (1) Louzetta Amy Owens daughter of Nephi Owens and Elizabeth Campbell on 1 Oct 1895 in Juliaetta, Latah, Idaho. Louzetta was born on 28 Feb 1881 in Yakima, Washington. She died on 23 Mar 1941 in Murphy, Owyhee, Idaho.

They had the following children:

463 i. Baby Sullivan was born about 1896 in Idaho. Baby died about 1896 in Idaho. Baby was buried in Idaho (backyard).

+ 464 M ii. Arthur William Sullivan was born on 13 Jan 1897. He died on 6 Aug 1933.

+ 465 F iii. Thelma Fern Sullivan was born on 23 Jul 1900. She died in Oct 1991.

+ 466 M iv. Robert Lesley Sullivan was born on 3 Aug 1903. He died on 29 Aug 1959.

+ 467 F v. Naomi Josephine Sullivan was born on 13 Feb 1906. She died in Apr 1979.

+ 468 M vi. Claude Latimore Sullivan was born on 3 Jul 1913. He died on 13 May 1972.

+ 469 M vii. John Edwin Sullivan was born on 28 Oct 1915. He died on 5 Oct 1992.

+ 470 F viii. Dorothy Lue Sullivan was born on 28 Mar 1917.

+ 471 F ix. Doris Lee Sullivan was born on 17 Mar 1928. She died in 2000.


Claude married (2) Sadie Peck daughter of Arthur Van Orden Peck and Mary Evaline or Emeline Glazier on 16 Feb 1943 in Vale, Malheur, Oregon. Sadie was born on 11 Nov 1896 in Fairview, Franklin, Idaho. She died on 26 Mar 1976.

393. Jennie P. Sullivan (Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in Sep 1885 in Washington.

Jennie married (1) Peter Ellis .

They had the following children:

+ 472 M i. Williams Ellis .

473 M ii. Peter Ellis .
Peter married Dee .


Jennie married (2) Fred Maddick .

404. Jennie Grace Sullivan (Andrew Jackson, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1869 in Iowa.

Jennie married David W. Stevenson .

They had the following children:

474 F i. Harriet Stevenson .
Harriet married Osborn .

475 F ii. Isabel Stevenson .

414. Laverne Latimer Sullivan (Isaac Newton, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in 1877 in Iowa.

Laverne married Mamie Aurelia Short on 29 Mar 1899. Mamie was born in Boise, Idaho.

They had the following children:

+ 476 M i. Newton Eugene Sullivan was born about 1904. He died about 1954.

+ 477 F ii. Francis Vernette Sullivan was born on 20 May 1902. She died on 2 Nov 1961.

425. Fred Sullivan (Lucius Matlick, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

He had the following children:

478 F i. Myrtle Sullivan .
Myrtle married John Sullivan son of Samuel Parker Sullivan and Eliza (Emma or Lydia) Ann Walton. John was born in 1872 in Clay Co., Nebraska.


Seventh Generation

434. George Burgess (Mary Turner Sargent, Letitia Amory, Jonathan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

He had the following children:

+ 479 F i. Burgess .

444. Etherl Cochrane or Cockrane (Mary Lynde Sullivan, John Langdon, Thomas Russell, John Langdon, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Etherl married Howard Gardiner Cushing .

They had the following children:

+ 480 F i. Lily Delany Cushing was born on 13 Jan 1909. She died on 21 Sep 1969.

448. Forest Laverne Everson (Jennie Curran, Martha A Rogers, David Moore Rodgers or Rogers, Margery Sullivan, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born in Galesburg, Illinois. He died on 17 Aug 1961 in San Francisco, San Francisco, California.

Forest married Adelia Anna Bain on 2 Mar 1920 in Tekamah, Burt County, NB. Adelia was born on 13 Aug 1898 in Adair, Iowa.

They had the following children:

481 F i. Yvonne Bonie Everson was born on 9 Mar 1933 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah.
Yvonne married John Craighill Kerby-Miller on 30 Jan 1953 in Carmel, California. John was born on 21 Jul 1930 in San Diego, California.

449. Charles Wellman (Aaron Lemuel Wellman, Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

He had the following children:

482 M i. Charles Wellman .

450. Wayne Wellman (Bertrand J Wellman, Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Wayne married (1) Frances Cole .

They had the following children:

483 M i. Robert Wellman .


Wayne married (2) Gretchen Gallager .

They had the following children:

484 F ii. Gretchen Wellman .
Gretchen married Walton Hoag .

451. Clare Wellman (Frank G. Wellman, Mary Rebecca Sullivan, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Clare married Ora Taye Rawlings on 16 Aug 1940.

They had the following children:

485 M i. Gary William Rawlings was born on 15 May 1943.

486 F ii. Vivian Rawlings .
Vivian married Mattoon .

487 F iii. Eula Rawlings .
Eula married William J. Baldeck on 3 Aug 1938 in Lewiston, Idaho.

464. Arthur William Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 13 Jan 1897 in Kootnai, Idaho. He died on 6 Aug 1933 in Mountain Home, Elmore, Idaho. He was buried in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho.

Arthur married (1) Bessie .

They had the following children:

488 F i. Helen Sullivan was born about 1918.


Arthur married (2) Laura .

465. Thelma Fern Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 23 Jul 1900. She died in Oct 1991 in Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California.

Thelma married Jeff Ladd . Jeff was born on 24 Mar 1895. He died in Apr 1973.


Jeff and Thelma had the following children:

+ 489 F i. Charles Ladd .

490 F ii. Virginia "Billy" Ladd .

466. Robert Lesley Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Aug 1903 in Big Springs, Idaho. He died on 29 Aug 1959 in Mountain Home, Elmore, Idaho. He was buried on 31 Aug 1959 in Bruneau, Owyhee. Idaho.

Robert married (1) June about 1918.


Robert married (2) Vasour Ladd on 22 Feb 1921 in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho. The marriage ended in divorce.

They had the following children:

+ 491 M i. Robert L. Sullivan Jr. was born on 22 Nov 1923. He died on 5 Nov 1999.

+ 492 F ii. Novene Sullivan .


Robert married (3) (Lavern) Emma Myra Tiffany daughter of George Hyrum Tiffany and Lavern Allred in Jul 1939 in Idaho. The marriage ended in divorce.(Lavern) was born on 2 Apr 1917 in Melba, Canyon, Idaho. She died on 28 Apr 2001 in Winnemucca, Humboldt, Nevada. She was buried on 5 May 2001 in City of Winnemucca Cemetary, Humboldt, Nevada.

They had the following children:

+ 493 M iii. Jerry Vern Sullivan was born on 24 Feb 1940.

+ 494 M iv. Eugene Leroy Sullivan was born on 3 Apr 1942.

467. Naomi Josephine Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 13 Feb 1906 in Idaho. She died in Apr 1979 in Marsing, Owyhee, Idaho.

Naomi married (1) Ray Charles Hubble son of Charles Ransom Carr Hubble and Ingri Dahlgreen on 6 Apr 1923 in Ontario, Malheur, Oregon. Ray was born on 29 Apr 1898 in Farmingdale, Pennington, South Dakota. He died in 1946/1947.

They had the following children:

495 M i. Clifford Hubble was born on 19 Jul 1927 in Idaho.
Clifford married Betty .


Naomi married (2) Leonard Sparks .

468. Claude Latimore Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 3 Jul 1913 in Mountain Home, Elmore, Idaho. He died on 13 May 1972 in Hawaiian Gardens, California.

Claude married Ruth Christensen .


Claude and Ruth had the following children:

+ 496 F i. Carole Sullivan was born on 23 Jul 1933.

497 M ii. Dan Sullivan was born on 4 Sep 1938 in Glenns Ferry, Elmore, Idaho.

469. John Edwin Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 28 Oct 1915 in Mountain Home, Elmore, Idaho. He died on 5 Oct 1992 in Marsing, Owyhee, Idaho.

John married (1) Nina Fern Cramer . Nina was born on 14 Jan 1915 in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho. She died on 23 Jun 1997 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho. She was buried in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho.

They had the following children:

498 M i. John Arthur Sullivan was born on 8 Oct 1936 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. He died in Feb 1939 in Bruneau, Owyhee, Idaho.

499 M ii. Norman Verne Sullivan was born on 6 May 1938 in Rio Tinto, Nevada.

500 F iii. Maxine Louzetta Sullivan was born on 21 Aug 1941 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho.

501 F iv. Nina Mae Sullivan was born on 23 Jul 1943 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho.

502 F v. Doreen Gayle Sullivan was born on 4 Dec 1952 in Boise, Ada, Idaho.

470. Dorothy Lue Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 28 Mar 1917.

Dorothy married Robert Johns on 4 Jul 1937.

They had the following children:

503 F i. Richard (Dick) Johns "Dick".

471. Doris Lee Sullivan (Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 17 Mar 1928. She died in 2000 in Idaho. She was buried in Idaho.

Doris married (1) Frank Roa .


Doris married (2) William Develbiss .

They had the following children:

504 M i. Doug Develbiss .

505 M ii. William Develbiss .


Doris married (3) Jim Sutherland .

472. Williams Ellis (Jennie P. Sullivan, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).


Williams had the following children:

506 M i. Rp Ellis .

507 F ii. Ella Ellis .

476. Newton Eugene Sullivan (Laverne Latimer, Isaac Newton, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born about 1904. He died about 1954. He was buried in Fishing Spot.

Newton married Geraldine Rhonish daughter of John Rhonish. Geraldine was born in From South Dakota.

They had the following children:

+ 508 M i. Larry Gene Sullivan was born about 1945.

477. Francis Vernette Sullivan (Laverne Latimer, Isaac Newton, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 20 May 1902. She died on 2 Nov 1961. She was buried in Nov 1961 in Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.

Francis married William Sr "Willie" Langroise on 22 Jun 1922 in Blaine County, Idaho. William was born on 4 Sep 1898 in Emmett, Idaho. He died on 31 Jan 1981 in Boise, Idaho. He was buried in Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.

They had the following children:

509 i. Langroise was born on 8 Aug 1924 in Boise, Idaho.

510 M ii. William LaVerne Langroise was born on 23 Dec 1929. He died on 29 Oct 1961. He was buried in Oct 1961 in Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.


Eighth Generation

479. Burgess (George Burgess, Mary Turner Sargent, Letitia Amory, Jonathan Amory, Mehetable or Hettie B. Sullivan, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

Burgess married Weir .

They had the following children:

511 M i. Revd Canon Daniel S. Weir .

480. Lily Delany Cushing (Etherl Cochrane or Cockrane, Mary Lynde Sullivan, John Langdon, Thomas Russell, John Langdon, James, John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 13 Jan 1909 in New York City, New York . She died on 21 Sep 1969 in Fishers Island, New York .

Lily married (1) Clark in 1929.


Lily married (2) William Temple Emmet in 1932. William was born in 1895.

They had the following children:

512 F i. Alexandra Temple Emmet was born about 1917.

Alexandra married Arthur Meier Schlesinger . Arthur was born in 1917 in Columbus, Ohio .

489. Charles Ladd (Thelma Fern Sullivan, Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or).

She had the following children:

513 F i. Judy Ladd .

491. Robert L. Sullivan Jr. (Robert Lesley, Claude Latimore, Samuel Parker, Aaron, Parker, Moses Ebenezer (Eben), John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or) was born on 22 Nov 1923 in Mountain Home, Elmore, Idaho. He died on 5 Nov 1999 in Nampa, Canyon, Idaho.







Re: General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

Posted: 30 Jan 2004 4:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Mar 2004 4:33AM GMT
Surnames: Sullivan
General John Sullivan Timeline -

7 Feb 1740 - General John Sullivan born to Margery Browne and John Owen Sullivan

29 Aug 1771 - Son George Sullivan born to John Sullivan (age 31) and Lydia Worshester. Sullivan, George (1771-1838) of Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H. Son of John Sullivan; nephew of James Sullivan. Born in Durham, Strafford County, N.H., August 29, 1771. Member of New Hampshire state house of representatives, 1805, 1813; New Hampshire state attorney general, 1805-06, 1815-35; U.S. Representative from New Hampshire at-large, 1811-13; member of New Hampshire state senate 2nd District, 1814-16; Presidential Elector for New Hampshire, 1828. Died in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H., April 14, 1838. Interment at Winter Street Cemetery, Exeter, N.H. See also: congressional biography.

1774 - John Sullivan - Delegate to Continental Congress from New Hampshire, 1774, 1780-81

1775 - Daughter Mary Sullivan born to John Sullivan (age 35) and Lydia Worshester.

22 June 1775 - John Sullivan (age 35) becomes Brigadier-General Continental Army

21 December 1775 General John Sullivan, having encamped in Cambridge at Winter Hill, waits his fate in the planned attack agianst the British batteries occupying Bunker Hill

1775 - Brigadier General Sullivan (age 35) commanded left wing of army

9th August, 1776 - John Sullivan (age 36) becomes Major-General

1776 - Peter Bryant Bruin Major and Aide-de-Camp, John Skey Eustace (Ga) Aide-de-Camp, to General Sullivan (age 36)

On June 1 [1776] - Washington's six additional regiments arrived under the command of Major General John Sullivan (age 36) of New Hampshire. The next day Thomas died, and Sullivan took command.

4 June 1776 - Colonel Thompson was promoted a brigadier general March 1, 1776, and on the 19th of March he relieved General Charles Lee of the command of the forces at New [p.191] York. In April following he was ordered to Canada, to reenforce General John Thomas. He met the remnant of the Northern army on its retreat from Quebec, and assumed the chief command, yielding the same on the 4th of June to General John Sullivan (age 36) , by whose orders he made a disastrous attack on the enemy at Three Rivers, and was there made a prisoner.

June 13 [1776] - General Sullivan (age 36) retreated to Ile-aux-Nois

14 August 1776 - Alexandria Scammell (NH.) Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 36)

14 August 1776, to 12th June, 1779 - Lewis Morris Jr. (N. Y.) Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 36)

15 August 1776 - William Stephens Smith (N. Y.) Major and Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 36)

9th October, 1776 - Edward Sherburne (N. H.) Major and Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 36)

August 29 (Quaker Hill) - General Sullivan (age 36) and troops repulsed the Bristish forces

August 1776 - In the center of the American line, about the same number of German troops skirmished with the Massachusetts and Connecticutt soldiers under Major General John Sullivan (age 36) of New Hampshire, who had managed to avoid censure for his awful performance in Canada.

August 1776 - General Sullivan (age 36) taken prisoner at Long Island

[August 30, 1776] But Admiral Howe was not interested in preventing an American retreat. On the contrary, he was once more pursing a negotiated peace. Aboard his flagship, HMS Eagle, he had spent much of the previous day in conversation with the two captured American generals, William Alexander and John Sullivan. He got nowhere with Alexander, whose family had seen savage British repression of Scottish revolts. But John Sullivan was more naive and emotional. He eagerly agreed to become his Lordship's emissary to the Continental Congress.

December 1776 - General Sullivan (age 36) exchanged

7 August 1777 - In early August, Sullivan is overcome with bleeding ulcers and writes to Washington: Hanover

27 September 1777 - John White (Pa) volunteer Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 37)

9 November 1777 - Nicholas Van Cortlandt (N. Y.) Major and Aide-de-Camp to General Sullivan (age 37)

1777 - Patrick Cogan, an officer of the First New Hampshire Regiment in the Revolution, who served under General John Sullivan (age 37) at Ticonderoga

1778 - General Titcomb's brigade in the unsuccessful campaign of General Sullivan (age 38) against the British at Newport, Rhode Island

1778 ? - Rufus King served in the Revolutionary War; became aide to General Sullivan (age 38) in his expedition to Rhode Island

9 August 1778 Rhode Island Adventure - the day after Sullivan (age 38) had ferried his army from the mainland to the north end of Newport's Aquidneck Island, the French discovered that Admiral Howe's fleet was approaching from New York.

9 September 1778 - Resolved, that the thanks of Congress be given to Major-General Sullivan (age 38), and to the officers and troops of his command, for their fortitude and bravery displayed in the action of August 29th (Quaker Hill), in which they repulsed the British forces and maintained the field."

1779 - Jonathon Dayton accompanied General Sullivan (age 39) on his western expedition

1779 - Joseph Brant, (Thayendanega) accompanied the expedition from Fort Niagara against General Sullivan (age 39)

In 1779 the Americans retaliated with overwhelming force, sending Major General John Sullivan (age 39) at the head of the 4,000 - man army into the heart of Iroquis country.

14 October 1779 - "Resolved, that the thanks of Congress be given to Major-General Sullivan (age 39) and the brave officers and soldiers under his command, for effectually executing an important expedition against such of the Indian nations as, encouraged by the councils of his Britannic majesty, had perfidiously waged an unprovoked and cruel war against these United States, laid waste many of their defenseless towns, and with savage barbarity slaughtered the inhabitants thereof."

30 November 1779 - General John Sullivan (age 39) resigned

1780 - 1781 - John Sullivan - Delegate to Continental Congress from New Hampshire, 1774, 1780-81

1782 -1786 - John Sullivan New Hampshire state attorney general

1785 - 1786 - John Sullivan member of New Hampshire Governor's Council

1786 - 1788 - John Sullivan President of New Hampshire

June 1788 became the month of decision. Virginia's convention met on the second, New York's on the seventeenth and New Hampshire's on the eighteeneth. Although they started latest, the Granite Staters surged to the head of the pack because they had thrashed out a lot of disagreements in their earlier convention - and because Governor John Sullivan (age 48) had gone from mediocre general to first-class politician. During the months of adjournment, he and his right-hand man, John Langdon, had worked tirelessly to change minds and hearts. One June 21, only three days after the delegates reconvened, the Constitution prevailed 57 to 46.

1789 - 1790 - John Sullivan federal judge

23 January 1795 - General John Sullivan (age 54) died

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Materials for a History of the Family of John Sullivan of Berwick, New England
and of the O'Sullivans of Ardea, Ireland
Chiefly Collected by the Late Thomas Coffin Amory
with a Pedigree of O'Sullivan Beare by Sir J Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster
Printed for Private Distribution
3/906
Cambridge:
John Wilson and Son
University Press
1893

The Family of John Sullivan Page 149
John Sullivan of Berwick, New England, and his Children, Grandchildren, and Great-Grandchildren

John Sullivan
b. Limerick, Ireland, June 17, 1690.
d. Berwick, Me., Saturday, June 20, 1795.
Was probably christened Owen, and so called until he came to America. Emigrated about 1723. Landed at York, Maine. Settled at Berwick, where he farmed, drew deeds, and was the schoolmaster until he was ninety years of age.
m. about 1735
Margery Browne,
b. Cork, Ireland, 1714
d. Berwick, Me., 1801.

First Generation.

Benjamin
b. about 1736
Served in the Royal Navy, and was lost at sea before the American Revolution. No marriage mentioned.

Daniel
b. Berwick, Me., about 1738
d. 1781
Settled at New Bristol, now Sullivan, Me. Served as Captain in the Revolutionary Army in the War of Independence. His house at Sullivan was burned by the British, and he taken from it to spend six months int eh Jersey prison-ship. He died on his way home after his release.
m. 1st York, Me., Mar 24, 1758, Anne Paul of York. She and her child died early
m. 2nd Fort Pownall, Waldo Co., Me., June 17, 1765, Abigail Bean (dau of John Bean of York, who, with others, obtained the grant of land where Sullivan now is.)

John
b. Berwick, Me., Feb 17, 1740
d. Durham, N.H., Jan 23, 1795
Major General in the Revolutionary Army during the War of Independence. First President (Governor) of New Hampshire. Practised law at Durham.
m. Lydia Worchester
b. Oct 14, 1738
d. Mar 22, 1820

James
b. Berwick, Me., 1744
d. Boston, Mass, Dec 10, 1808
Judge of the Superior Court, Attorney General, and in 1808 Governor of Massachusetts. Lived at Saco, Me., Groton, Mass., and Boston.
m. 1st, Mehetable Odiorne of Durham
b. Durham, N. H., June 26, 1748
d. Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1786
m. 2d, Martha Langdon
b. 17
d. Boston, Aug. 26, 1812
No children. She had before married, 1st Barrell; 2d, Simpson.

Mary
b. Berwick, Me., 1752
d. Strafford, N.H., autumn 1827
m. May 4, 1768
Theophilus Hardy of Durham
Lived at Durham, near her brother General Sullivan.

Ebenezer
b. Berwick, Me, 1753
d. Charleston, S.C., 1799.
Served as Captain in the Revolutionary Army in the War of Independence. Practised law at South Berwick
m. Abigail Cotton of Portsmouth, N.H.
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1777: Reprimand from G. Washington

After some hard times Washington had met his first military successes at Trenton and Princeton, the previous winter of 1776. General John Sullivan from New Hampshire had been with Washington and had fought well and hard at these triumphant moments.

True, Sullivan's military career had not gone uncriticized. Retreats rarely draw glory, and Sullivan's leadership of the agonizing American retreat from Canada in the summer of 1776, if conducted with bravery and toughness, was a retreat nonetheless. More seriously, Sullivan's forces had been soundly defeated at Long Island in August of 1776, and Sullivan had been captured.

Prior to his exchange and resumption of command under Washington, he had conveyed peace offers from Lord Howe to Congress, which had led to suspicions about his loyalties among some radicals and among others who didn't like him.

Like many men George Washington wisely sought association with others who balanced his own qualities. At his worst Washington could be dour and overcautious and perhaps on that basis found the presence of the vain, mercurial, and sometimes reckless General John Sullivan of New Hampshire a contrast. But there were limits, and when in early March 1777 after passing on various promotions of his senior commanders Washington received a testy letter from Sullivan saying that "thought I never wish to complain I can't help the Disagreeable feeling So common to mankind when they find themselves slighted and Neglected" and begging Washington to tell him his faults so that he might quit the army and "Rid the Continent of an officer who is unworthy to Trust with command." Washington was annoyed. Sullivan's letter was whining in tone. It amounted to blackmail. Washington's reply is perhaps one of history's most memorable, stern and paternal reprimands:

Morristown 15, March, 1777.

"Do not, my dear General Sullivan, torment yourself any longer with imaginary slights, and involve others in the perplexities you feel on that score. No other officer of rank in the whole army has so often conceived himself neglected, slighted, and ill treated as you have done, and none I am sure has had less cause than yourself to entertain such ideas. Mere accidents, things which have occurred in the common course of service, have been considered by you as designed affronts. But pray, Sir, in what respect did General Greene's late command at Fort Lee differ from his present command at Baskenridge, or from yours at Chatham? And what kind of separate command had General Putnam at New York? I never heard of any except his commanding there ten days before my arrival from Boston, and one day after I had left it for Haerlem Heights, as senior officer. In like manner at Philadelphia, how did his command there differ from the one he has at Princeton, and wherein does either vary from yours at Chatham? Are thee any peculiar emoluments or honors to be reaped in the one case and not in the other? No. Why, then, these unreasonable, these unjustifiable suspicions? Suspicions which can answer no other end than to poison your own happiness and add vexation to that of others. General Health, it is true, was ordered to Peekskill, so was General Spencer, by the mere chapter of accidents (being almost in the country), to Providence, to watch the motions of the fleet then hovering in the Sound. What followed after to either or both was more the effect of chance than design.

Your ideas and mine respecting separate commands have but little analogy. I know of but one separate command, properly so called, and that is in the Northern Department, and General Sullivan, General St. Clair, or any other general officer at Ticonderoga will be considered in no other light, whilst there is a superior officer in the department, than if they were placed at Chatham, Baskenridge, or Princeton. But I have not time to dwell upon subjects of this kind. In quitting it I shall do it with an earnest exhortation that you will not suffer yourself to be teased with evils that only exist in the imagination, and with slights that have no existence at all, keeping in mind, at the same time, that if distant armies are to be formed there are several gentlemen before you in point of rank who have a right to claim a preference."

Could Washington continue to depend on Sullivan as one of his highest commanders? True, Sullivan had shown initiative; the first battle of the war had been Sullivan's raid on Fort William and Mary near Portsmouth. In Boston in 1776 Sullivan had served well during the siege. Sullivan's dislike of the English was perhaps typical of the Irish and Washington might capitalize on that and did by appointing Sullivan to lead a celebration of Saint Patrick's Day. But then there had been the debacle at Trenton. Congress had been angrily seeking someone to blame for that. Sullivan had been captured and had returned with messages from the British commander Harve. Susceptible to flattery, mercurial in temper, Sullivan's persistence and loyalty could be questioned. So Washington was in a quandary. He might cut Sullivan off, throw him to the dogs. Sullivan was not a brilliant commander; most of his military learning came from reading books. In that sense he was probably replaceable. But on the other hand Sullivan, better at beginnings than endings, overly sensitive, quick to pout and quit and feel sorry for himself when other men might continue with the task. But the man was spirited, and spirit was in short supply with winter. And if Sullivan himself was short in combat experience, he certainly came from a fighting tradition. Washington knew he needed Sullivan.

At the same time it must be said that 1777 had not been an easy year for John Sullivan.. He had been captured at Long Island, seduced by Howe to carrying peace overtures to Congress. Released, he resumed command. The victories at Trenton and Princeton should have gone a long way toward cleaning up any suspicions of his loyalty, competence, and bravery. But in matters of revolutionary war it was not that easy.

Then there had been matters of health. Days in winter camp made Sullivan restless; he thought too much. Sullivan's stomach had been bothering him. There were opportunities to brood. On February 22 John Adams wrote to him complaining that though his constituents were paying for a great army, they were not receiving their money's worth in good news. They didn't even know where the army was. Adams addressed Sullivan: "In truth, my old friend, I wish to hear, more than I do, of the vigilance, activity, enterprise and valor of some of our New England generals." The eighteenth century was well tuned to the subtle insult. Sullivan, a sensitive man, could sense Adams' true attitude toward him. To Benjamin Rush, who hated Washington and his generals, whom he considered a band of drunkards, Adams had the previous fall been more blunt on the subject of Sullivan -- he wished that Sullivan had taken the first bullet at Long Island. Meanwhile there were complaints from various southern gentlemen about the performance of the northern armies. To these, Sullivan responded:

I have always had an aversion to fighting on paper for I have never yet found a man well versed in that kind of fighting that would practice any other. To Sullivan, Southern valor appears to be a composition of boasting and conceit. As for the fighting spirit of Yankees, No men fight better or write worse than the Yankees of which this letter will be good evidence.

Arriving back in New Hampshire on a short leave (3/20) to take care of pressing business at home Sullivan found soldiers, ordered to Ticonderoga by Washington, unequipped with either clothing or arms. His complaints about the condition of arms supplied were answered by accusations that the soldiers and officers were failing to care for what was supplied to them. Meanwhile news from Connecticut that Howe's army, aided by the "neutral gentry" was achieving early successes against the American militia, caused Sullivan to fume against the tory traitors, "ungenerous animals" now "rearing their heads in every part of the continent." Sullivan angrily urged the NH Committee of Safety to rid the country of them..

In early June, (6/2) the British made another attempt to win Sullivan over to the king's cause: "You will be one of the first sacrifices to the resentment and justice of government, your family will be ruined, and you must die with ignominy; or if you should be so happy as to escape, you will drag along a tedious life of poverty, misery, and continual apprehensions in a foreign land," an old Tory friend wrote to him, suggesting that it was not too late for Sullivan to tread back the steps he had already taken and bring New Hampshire back to king and country.

In early June Sullivan received a letter from the gadfly Benjamin Rush complaining that a Major Sullivan under General Sullivan's command had beaten one of Rush's servants, and that Sullivan was clearly delinquent in not effecting proper punishment. The same day he received a letter from his brother Ebenezer, a British prisoner of war, begging that the use his influence to arrange for his redemption.

On the military front it was a harrowing time for Washington's generals. Howe's forces outnumbered their own, and they continually expected an attack. Many days passed when Sullivan expected that the next day would be the one when he would fall in battle -- gloriously he hoped. But Howe's movements were oddly desultory and apparently indecisive. It was an atmosphere of continuing tension, in which slight disputes were liable to be magnified.

Some time in June, Sullivan, Nathaniel Greene, and Henry Knox discovered that a Frenchman, Philippe du Coudray, had been appointed major general by Congress -- a foreigner given a superior position to them, who had been carrying the burnt of the resistance. The three generals wrote an angry and to some, disrespectful, letter to Congress complaining of the appointment. On July 1, Sullivan wrote to Hancock about the rumor of du Coudray's appointment: "If this report be true I shall be under the disagreeable necessity of quitting the service." The next day found him begging Washington's influence to relieve his brother Ebenezer of the "amazing difficulties" attendant on his role as a paroled prisoner of the British.

On July 5 he again threatens to resign in a letter to Washington, explaining that he had been challenged to a duel by a medical officer of lower rank as a result of some argument over medical services. The officer had backed down but Sullivan then came under criticism of his fellow generals for accepting a challenge from an inferior. Sullivan is in a frenzy -- should he accept invitations to duel from everyone? ("I am by no means an enemy to duels; I most sincerely wish that Congress had encouraged instead of prohibiting them.") How should he handle such insults from majors? From sergeants?

On July 7 Congress resolves that the complaint of Sullivan, Greene, and Knox regarding the Frenchman's appointment constitutes "an invasion of the liberties of the people, and indicating a want of confidence in the justice of Congress" -- the generals were invited to either apologize for "so dangerous a tendency" or retire. Meanwhile he had the day-to-day problems of a restless and half-clothed, barefoot, and inadequately armed body of troops to deal with -- regular desertions, demands for leave, incidents of misbehavior or theft of civilian goods by the soldiers, quarrels and discipline problems among the men, and the constant half-seen shifting of Howe's forces. Two of his men, Brown and Murphy, having been convicted by court martial for stealing civilian goods while drunk and ordered by Washington to be executed, Sullivan received a single pardon to be issued to a man of his choosing at the moment of execution. Sullivan, having at the urging of one of his officers, chose Murphy as the one to be saved, his pardon to be announced after Brown had been executed before the assembled troops; only, at the moment the nose was being placed around Brown's neck, another officer rode up to say that Brown had been an innocent, albeit

drunken bystander to the whole incident... In early August, Sullivan is overcome with bleeding ulcers and writes to Washington: Hanover August 7th, 1777 Dear General I Joined my Division Three Days Since but am Exceeding weak & what is Still more afflicting I am Extremely apprehensive that I shall never perfectly Recover Doctr Jones says that my Excessive Fatigue has So much Injured The whole nervous System that nothing but a Long Continuation of the Cold Bath accompanied with a Strict Regimen can Restore me to a perfect State of Health -- all Solid Food & all Drink Except water must be abstained from. Spirits I must never again use but with the greatest Caution (if at all) as he Conceives that the free use of them has in great measure assisted in bringing on my Complaint & if continued will always have the Same Effect. This being the fourth time I have Bled he apprehends That the Bleeding has almost become habitual & will (if not prevented in the above mentioned manner) prove Fatal. I will however do all in my power to perform my Duty in the Division So Long as my new mode of Living will afford me strength sufficient for the purpose -- hand, Sullivan's rebuke to the officer was so severe that the officer deserted to the British and complaints from Washington's staff that he wasn't filing proper reports of his troop strength. Meanwhile Sullivan's published remarks vaguely impugned the loyalty of General St. Claire, who had withdrawn his troops from Ticonderoga in July, resulted in a demand from St. Claire for a "clarification" of the strong suggestion that satisfaction would be demanded in the absence of such an explanation -- "it is therefore left to yourself to explain, and that Explanation, whatever it is, I expect you will be good enough to send me by the Bearer. The Gentlemen is one of my Aids de Camp and will wait for it." The August 22 raid was very much in the Sullivan style -- daring, but energetic, but not successful, with 25 American casualties and over a hundred of the raiders captured. Though Sullivan's troops killed or wounded many of the British troops and Tory sympathizers, troop discipline was poor and many were trapped on the island as a result of confusion over the timing and location of boats meant to carry them back to New Jersey. Though Washington generally approved of the raid, he consented to Congressional demands that an inquiry into Sullivan's conduct be made, though Washington, needing Sullivan's services in the upcoming confrontation with Howe's army, which was moving toward Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 11, found Sullivan commanding the right wing of Washington's forces. Confused or faulty intelligence resulted in Howe's troops outflanking the Americans, and the collapse of Sullivan's part of the line. Sullivan, unable to rally his men, joined the adjacent division where his horse was shot out from under him and, according to one officer "his uniform bravery, coolness, and intrepidity, both in the heat of battle, rallying and forming the troops when broke from their ranks, appeared to me to be truly consistent with, or rather exceeded, any idea I had ever of the greatest soldier." Others, especially North Carolina's Thomas Burke, accused Sullivan's blundering as being the cause of the loss of the battle. The defeat occurred at a time when Congress was growing impatient with the performance of Washington's army, and sullivan was suspended from the army. For many months afterwards, he found him dealing with depositions and criticism and hearings. From all of these he would be ultimately acquitted.

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1778: Ailments of General John Sullivan

In early August, Sullivan is overcome with bleeding ulcers and writes to Washington: Hanover August 7th, 1777

Dear General

I Joined my Division Three Days Since but am Exceeding weak & what is Still more afflicting I am Extremely apprehensive that I shall never perfectly Recover Doctr Jones says that my Excessive Fatigue has So much Injured The whole nervous System that nothing but a Long Continuation of the Cold Bath accompanied with a Strict Regimen can Restore me to a perfect State of Health -- all Solid Food & all Drink Except water must be abstained from. Spirits I must never again use but with the greatest Caution (if at all) as he Conceives that the free use of them has in great measure assisted in bringing on my Complaint & if continued will always have the Same Effect. This being the fourth time I have Bled he apprehends That the Bleeding has almost become habitual & will (if not prevented in the above mentioned manner) prove Fatal. I will however do all in my power to perform my Duty in the Division So Long as my new mode of Living will afford me strength sufficient for the purpose -- In August, Sullivan was troubled with insubordination from one of his officers on the one hand, Sullivan's rebuke to the officer was so severe that the officer deserted to the British and complaints from Washington's staff that he wasn't filing proper reports of his troop strength. Meanwhile Sullivan's published remarks vaguely impugned the loyalty of General St. Claire, who had withdrawn his troops from Ticonderoga in July, resulted in a demand from St. Claire for a "clarification" of the strong suggestion that satisfaction would be demanded in the absence of such an explanation -- "it is therefore left to yourself to explain, and that Explanation, whatever it is, I expect you will be good enough to send me by the Bearer. The Gentlemen is one of my Aids de Camp and will wait for it."

The August 22 raid was very much in the Sullivan style -- daring, but energetic, but not successful, with 25 American casualties and over a hundred of the raiders captured. Though Sullivan's troops killed or wounded many of the British troops and Tory sympathizers, troop discipline was poor and many were trapped on the island as a result of confusion over the timing and location of boats meant to carry them back to New Jersey.

Though Washington generally approved of the raid, he consented to Congressional demands that an inquiry into Sullivan's conduct be made, though Washington, needing Sullivan's services in the upcoming confrontation with Howe's army, which was moving toward Philadelphia.

Thursday, September 11, found Sullivan commanding the right wing of Washington's forces. Confused or faulty intelligence resulted in Howe's troops outflanking the Americans, and the collapse of Sullivan's part of the line. Sullivan, unable to rally his men, joined the adjacent division where his horse was shot out from under him and, according to one officer "his uniform bravery, coolness, and intrepidity, both in the heat of battle, rallying and forming the troops when broke from their ranks, appeared to me to be truly consistent with, or rather exceeded, any idea I had ever of the greatest soldier." Others, especially North Carolina's Thomas Burke, accused Sullivan's blundering as being the cause of the loss of the battle. The defeat occurred at a time when Congress was growing impatient with the performance of Washington's army, and sullivan was suspended from the army. For many months afterwards, he found him dealing with depositions and criticism and hearings. From all of these he would be ultimately acquitted.
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1776: Charms Abigail Adams, But Not Her Husband

On December 21, 1775 General John Sullivan, having encamped in Cambridge at Winter Hill, waits his fate in the planned attack agianst the British batteries occupying Bunker Hill. Old Borwas and Jack Frost are now at work building a bridge over the Charles River, which when complete will be the access to Charlestown which Sullivan is determined to retake, or perish in the attempt; Sullivan would have learned this river crossing trick from his father, Master John Sullivan of Berwick, a scholarly Irishman who would have been familiar with Anteneas' history, in which the Romans were much impressed with the Gaulish military strategy of crossing frozen river, a matter about which they natually knew little. Sullivan writes to John Adams, urging him to exhort the those timid slaves in Washington to abandon their moderation. He adds that when an opportunity to fight presented itself if I should not have courage myself, I should do all in my power to encourage others to join the fight. These kind of comments did not win Sullivan friends in Congress.

Benjamin Rush, who hated Sullivan, claimed that John Adams hoped that Sullivan would be among the first to get a ball through his head. But Abigail Adams,visiting Sullivan at his post in Cambridge that December, reported to her husband that Sullivan had a "warm constitution", that he was "when once roused not very easily lulled," but otherwise easy, social, and popular with the men.

Meanwhile Sullivan was growing impatient with the pace of the war and the slow freezing of the Charles. On December 29 he tried to mount a suprise attack by walking across the frozen river at night but the ice began to crack, or, some say, a musket discharged accidentally, and his 300 man force had to retreat.

Sullivan raged and fumed, quarrelled about provisions and money, gave urgent orders and advice; writing to one officer in New York he noted Your men are frequently to be cautioned against offering any insult or abuse to the Indians, as one act of rudeness in a soldier might involve America in a dangerous war with a savage enemy. But Sullivan never got another chance to retake Bunker Hill. When he stormed the hill in March he found, fortress defended by lifeless straw sentries. General Howe had slipped out of Sullivan's grasp, retreated from Boston. According to his biographer Charles Whittemore Sullivan was brave to the extent of folly, ambitious,desirous of popularity, but inclined to be arrogant and unduly sensitive.

In fact the details of the battle of Bunker Hill have been controversial. In 1825 William Sullivan took the deposition of some forty Americans who claimed to have been survivors of that famous event. Critics disdained the attempt to revive the reputation of the Irish-American general, who was widely disdained among American historians. The effort to document Sullivans role at Bunker Hill was described as a tale that "drew more on the imagination than was fit for historical evidence."
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1895: Satin, Lace, and Diamonds

April 25 1895:

The architects, Mckim, Mead, and White, gave a reception this evening in their beautiful Public Library to Abbot and Sargent, the painters, whose decorative work was unveiled for the first time. There were two hundred guests, men and women, forty of whom came over from New York for the night. It was a splendid affair of brilliant jewels and costumes which can never be repeated, for the building now becomes the People's Palace, making further fashinable exclusion there impossible. An orchestra played on the landing of the marble staircase, up and down which the pretty women strolled in all their glory of satin, lace, and diamonds. It happened to be a very worm night, and through the open windows of the court the fountain flashed and sparkled, throwing its tallest jet almost to the roof....

Sullivan, grandson of General John Sullivan, was a gentlman, playwright, former tutor to Henry Cabot Lodge, something of a dandy and social hanger-on.
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From: "Laurie Sullivan" <laura95242@hotmail.com>
Subject: John Sullivan" Revolutionary War Warrants issued to Virginia veterans (Kentucky)
Date: Sat, 01 Dec 2001 03:33:26 -0800

Here's some info before I lose it;)

Sullivan researchers for NC Sullivan/Sullivent etc., is this OUR John
Sullivan? This links him to VA...before NC...any ideas?

** I tried running searches for different versions of 'Sullivan' and all
were rejected. If you try, read the instructions that state 'a minimum of
four characters must be used, i.e. sull or suli or sili...).

Laurie

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Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page 452

Made his transit appear more to be wished than dreaded. He continued to converse sensibly till seven days before his death, when his speech failed him. After this, he seemed to take but little notice of anything that passed; in an apparent state of devotion, buoyed up above every fear, and apparently insensible to pain, he met the king of terrors with a fortitude that must have appeared surprising to a person who had not experienced the happiness of a well-grounded hope. Apparently sensible to the last moment, he closed his eyes without a sigh or groan.

“His integrity, uprightness in his dealings, his benevolence and hospitality, together with his instructive conversation and desire to be useful to mankind, insured him the veneration and esteem of all that knew him.”

Mrs Sullivan had come with him to this country as a child, and when she grew up to womanhood became his wife. If the tradition be true that her name was Margaret Browne, she may possibly have been of a family with which his own had been repeatedly connected in marriage - that of Kenmare. The representative of that family, compromised by adherence to the Stuarts, was a the time in exile and poverty. She possessed great personal beauty and force of character, and to her influence as well as to that of their father may be ascribed the energy and vigor which made their children distinguished. She survived him several years, dying in 1801, at the age of eighty-severn.

The children of Master Sullivan were -

Benjamin, an officer in the British Navy. He was lost at sea, some years before the separation of the colonies from the mother country.
Daniel, born about 1738, married Miss Bean, and established himself, in 1765, at the head of Frenchman’s Bay, in Maine, at what is now a flourishing seaport deriving from him the name of Sullivan. He erected several mills, built vessels, and was prosperous. In the Revolutionary war he was energetic and devoted, raising and commanding a force of minute men, and by his activity and fearlessness did good service to the cause. In 1779, he was with his company at the siege of Castine, and after returning home he kept them in readiness for action, inflicting many heavy blows upon the enemy. The English and tories made several attempts to capture him, which were ineffectual, from the constant vigilance of the patriots. But one stormy night in February, 1781, a British war vessel anchored below the town, and landed a large force of sailors and marines. The house was silently invested, and Captain Sullivan, aroused from his slumbers, found his bed surrounded by armed men. He was hurried to the boat, and his dwelling fired so suddenly that the children were with difficulty saved by their mother and the hired man who lived in the family. Take to Castine, his liberty and further protection from harm were tendered him, on condition he took the oath of allegiance to the king. Rejecting these proposals, he was carried prisoner to New York, and confined in that dreadful hulk, the Jersey prison ship, which has been paralleled in our day by Belle Isle and Andersonville. Here the pestilence, engendered by confinement and the tender mercies of Provost Cunningham, did its work, and he died in April, 1782.. His only son James married Miss Preble, but left no
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Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page 453

children. From his daughters have sprung many descendants residing in Sullivan or its neighborhood.

John, born at Berwick, Februdary 18, 1740. This is no place for any detailed account of a career which demands a separate volume, a tribute to his memory which we trust some competent pen of New Hampshire will yet pay. The friend of Washington, and, after Washington, Greene and perhaps Putnam, the most able and active military commander of the revolution, his service as a statesman in Congress in 1774-5, 1780-1781, as chief magistrate of New Hampshire in 1786, 1787, and 1789, as President of the Convention to ratify the Federal Constitution in 1788, his professional life as Attorney General of his State and one of the most eloquent and successful members of its bar, would render his biography a suitable medium of communicating much historical lore connected with his State and the country.

In May, 1775, when many members of the Congress, who realized that independence was intended, hesitated, Mr. Dickinson moved a second petition to the King. This Mr. John Adams opposed; and when he sat down, Mr. Sullivan he says followed on the same side, in a strain of wit, reasoning and fluency even unusual for him, which inspired with terror those who favored conciliation. A few months before he had taken part in the capture of the fort at Portsmouth, carrying off some hundred of kegs of powder to Durham, a portion of which was concealed under the pulpit of the meeting-house near his own dwelling. On the green in front of the church, with other officers, he burnt his commission as Major from the British Crown, and, appointed Brigadier by the Congress when Washington was elected commander in chief, went with him to Cambridge, where his brigade and that of General Greene formed Lee’s Division - the left wing of the army investing Boston. After the evacuation of that place in March, 1776, he was sent to take command of the army in Canada, discharging a difficult duty to the satisfaction of his chief, and receiving from the officers under him, many of whom were among the most distinguished in the subsequent campaigns, expressions of the most gratifying esteem and affection. By his vigorous resistance for three hours on the left wing at Long Island, with the gallantry of Lord Sterling on the right, the enemy were kept bay and our army saved from destruction. Both generals were captured, but soon afterwards exchanged. Sullivan, who had been created Major General, was active during the autumn in Chester, and after Gen. Charles Lee was taken prisoner, led the army to join Washington, and Christmas evening, in command of the right wing, crossed the Delaware, contributing largely to our success at Trenton and Princeton. During the winter with inferior forces he kept the enemy in their lines, protecting our own at Morristown. In July, he made a descent on Staten Island, commanded the right wing, Sept. 11 at Brandywine, and Oct 4 at Germantown. He passed the winter at Valley Forge, commanded the ensuing summer in Rhode Island and at the siege of Newport, and in 1779 the expedition against the Six Nations. Had his request for adequate supplies been granted, the ulterior object of the campaign, penetration into Canada by Niagara, might have been accomplished. When the Federal government was organized, his health had become much shattered, and though able to perform his duties as one
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Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying 28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy, and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable, fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation. Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried. He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug., 1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From 1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2, Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress, member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General; 1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808, Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m. 19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779, d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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Owen O'SULLIVAN
Birth: 17 Jun 1690 in Ardea, Kerry Co., Ireland
Death: 20 Jun 1795 in Berwick, York Co., Massachusetts (Maine)
Sex: M
Father: Phillip O'SULLIVAN
Mother: Joanne McCARTHY
Also Known As: John Sullivan
Changed: 30 Jun 2002
Margery BROWNE (Wife)
Marriage: 1735
Children:
1. Benjamin SULLIVAN
2. Daniel SULLIVAN
3. John SULLIVAN
4. James SULLIVAN
5. Mary SULLIVAN
6. Ebenezer Moses SULLIVAN
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Taken from genealogy.com http://www.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/ifa_image.cgi?IN=008422&...
on October 2, 2002, The Prominent Families of the United States, Prominent Families, Page 265 -

Daniel O'Sullivan m. Sarah, daughter of Conor O'Brien, 2nd Viscount Clare, and had issue.

Owen O'Sullivan m. Mary, daughter of Owen McSweeney, and his issue

Phillip O'Sullivan (Major), of Ardea Co. Kerry; m Joan, dau of Dermod McCarthy, of Killoween, and had issue -
1. Patrick, whose descendents remain in Ireland
2. Owen, of whom later

Owen Sullivan (1690 - 1795), b., in Limerick, 17 June 1690; emigrated to America, 1723; settled in Berwick, Maine; m 1735, Margery Browne, and, by her (who d. 1801), had issue -
1. Benjamin b 1736; d.s.p.
2. Daniel, of Sullivan, Maine, b 1738; Captain in the Revolutionary War; m 1. Anne Paul; m. 2. Abigail Bean; d. 1781, leaving issue
3. John, of Durham, New Hampshire, b. 17 Feb 1740; Major-General in the Revolutionary Army; and first Governor of New Hampshire; m Lydia Worcester; d. 23 Jan. 1795, leaving issue.
4. James, of whom later.
5. Ebenezer, b 1753; Captain in the Revolutionary Army; m. Abigail Cotton; d 3 June, 1799, leaving issue.
1. Mary, b 1752; m., 1768, Theophilus Hardy; d. 1827, leaving issue.

He d. 20 June 1795

Jame Sullivan (1744 - 1808), of Boston, Mass., b 22 April 1744; LLD Harvard, 1780; member of the Provincial Council, 1775; Judge of the Superior Court 1776-1782; Attorney General, 1790-1807; Governor of Mass, 1807-1880; m 1. 22 Feb 1768 Mehatable, dau. of William Odiorne, and, by her (who d. 26 Jan. 1786), had issue -
1. James, b 6 Jan 1769; d.sp. 29 June 1787.
2. William b. 30 Nov 1774; Member of the Massachusetts State Legislature and Council for many years; Bridadier-General of Militia; LLD (Harvard), 1826; m., 1801 Sarah Webb Swan; d. 3 Sept 1839, leaving issue.
3. John Landon, of whom later.
4. Richard, b. 17 June 1779; m., 1804, Sarah Russell; d. 11 Dec 1861, leaving issue.
5. William Bant, b. 16 March 1781; d unm. 4 Dec 1806
6. George, b 21 Feb. 1783; m., 1809, Sarah Bowdoin Winthrop; d. 14 Dec. 1866, leaving issue.
1. Avis, b 8 Oct 1771; d. in infancy
2. Mehatable, b 29 July 1772; m. 1. 1793, James Cutler; m. 2. 1801, Jonathan Amory; d 24 March 1847, leaving issue.
3. Nancy, b 24 April 1784; d. in infancy.

He d. 10 Dec 1808

John Langdon Sullivan (1777 - 1865), of New York city; b 9 April 1777; M.D. Yale, 1837; m. 1. 10 Oct 1797, Elizabeth Russell, and, by her (who d. 16 April 1854), had issue: -
1. Thomas Russell, of whom later.
1. Elizabeth, b 27 Jan 1800; d num 16 Jan 1871.
2. Emily, b 4 Aug 1801; d unm 8 April 1880

He d. 10 Feb 1865, having m. 2, 1861, Susan Macash, who d.s.p
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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 04:03:34 -0600
From: "Larry Nicodemus" <m318619@mail.airmail.net> | This is Spam | Add to Address Book
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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.
Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d. APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge, Lousiana. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.
iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796, Georgetown, South Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 04:03:34 -0600
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Clearly, some of the most conspicuos and distinguished of our family are the Sullivans of New England. Patriarch of the family was Owen Sullivan, born circa 1714 in Limerick. Apparently nursing a great personal hurt, he left the nation swearing that he was going where they should never see or hear from him again, and they never did. He secured passage on a ship bound for America where he became a schoolteacher and farmer in a frontier town in Maine. He later married Cork-born Margery Browne, whom he had met on the voyage over. In 1796 the family received a letter from Ireland inquiring about relationship. The letter was received in 1796 from Philip O Sullivan.
"Sir, A grand Uncle of myne having gone to America about sixty years back or something over, whose relations suffered greatly by being without the means of finding out his doom, till now that by great look I am inform’d you are a son of his. If you find by the under acc that I have not been misinformed, I submissively expect you’ll let me know hyow you and the rest of his Children are. I am , S. yours, Respectfully, Philip O Sullivan, Ardea, May 16, 1796. An exact copy of his reply reads,: "I am the son of Major Philip O Sullivan of Ardea in the County of Kerrey and Parish of thouougaisty by the River of Kilmare and Barony of Glanorough in said County. His father was called Owen O Sullivan, originally Descendant from the second son of Daniel O Sullivan called Lord of (sic) Beer Heaven. He married with Mary MacSweney, Daughter of Col. Owen MacSweney of Musgrey, and sister to Capt. Edmond MacSweney, a noted man for anecdotes and witty syings. I heard often tell that my Grandfather had four Countesses to his Mothers and Grandmothers. How true that was or who they were I know not. My father died as they told me of an ulcer raised in his breast occasioned by a wound he received in France where he fought a duel with a French officer, and when he wounded his antigonist (sic) another run’d a sword through his back so that the point appeared at his breast. They were all a short lived family, they either died in the bloom or went out of the Nation. I never heard of any of the men kind to arrive at sixty and don’t remember but of one to be a live when I left the Nation. My mother’s name was Joane McCarthy, daughter to Dermod McCarthy of Killowen. She had three brothers and one sister, her mother’s name I forget but that she was Daughter to MacCarthy Reak of Carbery. Her oldest brother Col. Florence alas Mac finnin. He and his two brothers Capt. Charles and Capt. Owen went in the defence of the nation against Orange. Owen was killed in the battle of Aughrim (July 12, 1691). Florence had a son who retains the title of Mac finnin. Charles I just remember he had a charge of powder in his face at the Siege of Cork. He left two sons, Derby and Owen. Derby married with Ellina Sullivan of the Sullivans of Bannabe; his brother Owen married to Honora Mahony, daughter to Dinish Mahony of Droummere in the Barony of Dunkerrane or Cappenecussiss. He also died in the prime of life much lamented. They were short lived on both sides. but the brevity of their lives, to my great grief and sorrow, is added to the length of mine. My mother’s sister was married to Dermod O Sullivan, eldest son of Daniel O Sullivan, Lord of Dunkerane. Her son Cornelius, as I understand, was with the pretender in Scotland in the year 1745. That is all that I can say about my origin. But I shall conclude with a Latin sentence which occured to my mind at the conclusion of this genealogical narration." Owen lived to be 105 years old. It is written that in his later years he learned French. He was apparently quite functional physically and mentally up to the year before his death. He regularly saddled his own horse and rode the twenty five miles to visit his son John.
His son John was a three-time governor and was appointed a Major General of the Continental, lived in a house at 2 Newmarket Rd that was built in 1740. On Decembe 13, 1774, when Paul Revere announced "The British are coming", the Sons of Liberty made plans to attack and secure the stocked mmunition from the fort of William and Mary in the harbor of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Captaining the fort was John Cochran. Governor John Wentworth ordered its defense. By 3:00pm the following day four hundred patriots approached the fort. A shot was fired from within but before anything else could be done the fort was taken. One hundred barrels of gunpowder were taken. The following day Captain Langdon and Major John Sullivan retured with seventy men and removed cannons, muskets and other supplies. On January 6, 1776 the sons of Liberfty issued their own declaration of independence, a full six months before the official one.
On April 19, 1776, the commander of British forces in America, Lieutenant General Thomas Gage, ordered his troops to confiscate a store of gunpowder allegedly stockpiled by the rebels at Lexington and Concord. During a confrontation there were casualties. The British retreated back to Charlestown and by that time they suffered two hundred and seventy-three casualties. The following June the Iroquis league of Indians voted amongst themselves to fight the Americans on behalf of the English.
ON August 27, 1776, under the command of Major General Putnam at the Battle of Long Island, Sullivan was taken prisoner. He was taken aboard the "Eagle", the flagship of Lord Howe, the British Admiral. As was the pratice in those times, he was exchanged for another British officer of the same rank, General Richard Prescott. He rejoined Washington at Westchester.
On Christmas Day, 1776, he was engaged in the Battle of Trenton, leading the left. He wintered at Valley Forge with Washington and the patriot Army, most of who were barefoot and without blankets. The following campaign season found him at the Battle of Brandywine, September, 1777, where he had his horse shot out from under him. In October, commanding the right wing of Washington’s Army, he attacked the British at Chestnut Hill, about two miles north of Germantown. In Washington’s report to Congress about the battle he said, "In justice to General Su llivan and the whole right wing of the army, whose conduct I had an opportunity of observing, as they immediately came under my own eye, I have the pleasure to inform you that both officers and men behaved with a degree of gallantry that did them the highest honor."
During this period Sullivan was present, or commanding forces, during the seige of Boston, Battle of Long Island, Trenton, Princeton, Staten Island, Brandywine and Rhode Island.
In New York, at the Council with the Oneidas and Tuscaroras the principal chief of the Mohawks determined the Iroquois league should not take any part in the struggle betweden England and America. After the council broke up Steyawa and his Mohawk followers went directly to the annual Grand C ouncil in Onondaga, New York at the time of the annual Council Fire of the Harvest Moon. Here, when the chiefs present learned of what Steyawa had done they unanimously denounced him, declaring the death of the Iroquis League. By April, 1779 George Washington knew he had to eliminate the Iroquios as a military irregular force. The Contnental Congress authoried him to protrect Pennsylvania’s and New York’s settlers. Washington intende3d to carry the war into the heart of the country of the Six Nations, cutoff their settlements, destroy their next years crops. Major General Horatio Gates turned the command down because of ill health. A contingency letter was sent to the enxt in line, thirty-nine year old John Sullivan. Sullivan’s Indian Campaign began when he assembled his forces at Easton, Pennsylvania, on the border of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. However, this campaign was somewhat unpopular with some segments of the young American nation. The Quakers, for example, opposed the expedition. Farmers in the rich Wyoming Valley, members of the Pennamite Party, were tremendously wealthy and possessed great political power. As one could expect, they were not very happy with settlers from Conencticut and Pennsylvania authorities were not happy about providing Sullivan with necessary troops and materials. During August the force caught up with the British and Indian allies. Incredibly, their firing took the lives of six indian chiefs; Gu-cinge, Rozinoghyata of the Onondagas, Kayingwaurto of the Senacas, Captain John of the Mohawks and Queen Esther. The entire force left in full flight, barely escaping the pincer movement designed to catch them all. . He resigned his commission on 30 November 1779. At Elmira, New York, three miles East on State Route 17, is a monument dedicated to General John Sullivan. It is the site of the Newton Battlefield. Occasional battle re-enactments are presented throughout the year. Hiking and biking trails are enjoyed today. There are picnic areas, campsites and playgrounds. It’s open daily from 10:00am to dusk, May 28 - October 10, Admission is free. Telephone is (607) 939-1352.
After the war Sullivan served as a Delegate to Congress and as Attorney General of New Hampshire. In January of 1795, at the age of 55, he was laid to rest behind the house where he had resided for thirty years. In ‘The Wilderness War’, by Allan W. Eckert, a detailed epic is reported on General John Sullivan’s Indian War against the Five Nations, begun in 1779. In the bibliography is mentioned the Journals of John Sullivan, Auburn, N.Y.,1887.
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4. John Sullivan b. FEB 18 1740, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. 1760, Lydia Remick Worster, b. OCT 14, 1738, Kittery, Maine, d. MAR 22, 1820. John died JAN 23 1795, buried Family Plot Durham, NH. Read law with energetic Samuel Livermore probably in early 1758. Moved to Durham NH around 1763. Information from DAR Record 17655.

Sullivan, John (N. H.). Brigadier-General Continental Army, 22d June, 1775; Major-General, 9th August, 1776; taken prisoner at Long Island, 27th August, 1776; exchanged December, 1776. By the Act of 9th September, 1778, it was "Resolved, that the thanks of Congress be given to Major-General Sullivan, and to the officers and troops of his command, for their fortitude and bravery displayed in the action of August 29th (Quaker Hill), in which they repulsed the British forces and maintained the field." By the act of 14th October, 1779, it was "Resolved, that the thanks of Congress be given to Major-General Sullivan and the brave officers and soldiers under his command, for effectually executing an important expedition against such of the Indian nations as, encouraged by the councils of his Britannic majesty, had perfidiously waged an unprovoked and cruel war against these United States, laid waste many of their defenseless towns, and with savage barbarity slaughtered the inhabitants thereof." Resigned 30th November, 1779. (Died 23d January, 1795.)
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----- Original Message ----- From: Todd C. Yetter <mailto:tyetter@cumberlandcollege.edu> To: Angie Sullivan <mailto:tyetter@cumberlandcollege.edu> Sent: 9/18/02 1:08:19 PM Subject: Gen. John Sullivan
Hi Angie,
I have been eagerly reviewing your recent posting on the Sullivan list. You have provided much information that I didn’t have – thanks!
One of your statements (in quotes, below) indicated that John Sullivan was a governor of NH, something I hadn’t seen referenced before.
"June 1788 became the month of decision. Virginia's convention met on the second, New York's on the seventeenth and New Hampshire's on the eighteenth. Although they started latest, the Granite Staters surged to the head of the pack because they had thrashed out a lot of disagreements in their earlier convention - and because Governor John Sullivan had gone from mediocre general to first-class politician. During the months of adjournment, he and his right-hand man, John Langdon (inserted note: John Langdon was the governor immediately preceding John Sullivan, and would be governor immediately after), had worked tirelessly to change minds and hearts. One June 21, only three days after the delegates reconvened, the Constitution prevailed 57 to 46.
After doing a little research online, I found the following: The "decision" being debated was that of statehood. From "The New Hampshire Almanac, Fast New Hampshire Facts", <http://www.state.nh.us/nhinfo/fastfact.html>;, we find:
"Statehood: New Hampshire became the 9th state on June 21, 1788. It was one of the original 13 colonies. "
and from “The New Hampshire Almanac <http://www.state.nh.us/nhinfo/index.html>;, New Hampshire's Governors”, <http://www.state.nh.us/nhinfo/gov.html>;, we find:
John Sullivan was Governor of the State of New Hampshire from 1786 - 1788.
I didn’t know if you had this information, but thought I would pass it on.
Todd
Dr. Todd Christian Yetter
7196 College Station Dr.
Department of Biology
Cumberland College
Williamsburg, KY 40769
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Taken from http://www.publicbookshelf.com/public_html/The_Great_Republi... on September 16, 2002 -

General John Sullivan: Attack on Portsmouth

America was aroused by expectation of awful conflict and mighty change. New England, upon which the first violence of the storm seemed likely to descend, was agitated by rumors and alarms, of which the import and the influence strikingly portrayed the sentiments and temper of the people. Reports that Gage had commanded his troops to attack the Massachusetts militia, or to fire upon the town of Boston, were swallowed the avidity of rage and hatred, and instantly covered the highways with thousands of armed men, mustering in hot haste, and eager to rush forward to death or revenge. Everything betokened the explosion of a tempest; and some partial gusts announced its near approach, and proved the harbingers of its fury. In the close of the year there reached America a proclamation issued by the king, prohibiting the exportation of military stores from Great Britain. The inhabitants of Rhode Island no sooner received intelligence of this mandate than they removed from the public battery about forty pieces of cannon; and the Assembly of the province gave orders for procuring arms and martial stores, and for the immediate equipment of a martial force. In New Hampshire, a band of four hundred men, suddenly assembling in arms, and conducted by John Sullivan, an eminent lawyer and a man of great ambition and intrepidity, gained possession by surprise of the castle of Portsmouth, and confined the royal garrison till the powder-magazine was ransacked and its contents carried away.
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Taken from http://www.netvaly.org/sullivan.htm on September 16, 2002 -

Sullivan County is Tennessee's sixth largest county in population and was created in 1779 from Washington Country. The county is named in honor of John Sullivan (1740 - 1795). John Sullivan was a Revolutionary War Officer, member of the Continental Congress, attorney general, legislator, U.S. district judge and governor of New Hampshire.
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York County, Maine 1790 Federal Census Berwick Town
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Top of Form 1 Re: GEN. JOHN SULLIVAN
Posted by: Robert G. Sullivan </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?516979966> Date: October 22, 1998 at 17:28:49
In Reply to: GEN. JOHN SULLIVAN </sullivan/messages/433.html> by Barb Fleming of 6886
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HI,
I believe I'm a direct decendant of John J. Sullivan. I've just this week started to check on my ancestory. I'm 62 and relying on a distant memory of grandparents talking. I realize you are looking for a Tibbets connection in the Berwick, Maine area.I'm not any help there. Here is the very scant information I have, most of it from memory and undocumented. John J sullivan was from Exeter, NH. He had one brother, but not positive on that. He was a general during the revolutionary War, then a Federal judge, or sorts. He was also "President" of New Hampshire, after the Revoultionary War, and prior to the actual United States as we know it today. He was a heavy drinker, became deeply indebted and died broke.. My fathers grand father or great-grandfather was one of John Sullivan's children. My father had a set of silver cuff links that belonged to John. My daughter has a ring made from one of the cuff links. My father was William Joseph Sullivan, born in Gloucester, Mass on May 28, 1908. Died at the Mass Gen Hospital, Boston, on 7/4/58.My grandfather was Micheal J. Sullivan, POB or DOB unkn. He died in Peabody, Mass around 1948. He was approximaely 63 when he died. He was married to Sarah Connor, who died in 1945. She was approx 58 when she died. She was born in Exeter, NH, but DOB is unknown.Getting back to John J sullivan, either hhis brother or son was governor of Mass in the very early 1800's. Again, all of the above is from memory of stories told years ago.
Maybe the aovbe information will give you some clues in your search. Good Luck
Bob Sullivan
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Ahnentafel Chart for General John Sullivan


First Generation

1. General John Sullivan was born on 7 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire or Berwick, Maine. He died on 23 Jan 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire. He was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

John married Lydia Remick Worster or Wooster or Worchester daughter of John Worster and Lydia Remick in 1760. Lydia was born on 14 Oct 1738. She was christened on 13 Jan 1741/1742. She died on 21 Mar 1820 in Durham, New Hampshire. She was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.


Second Generation

2. Master John Owen Sullyfun or Sullefund or Sullivan was born on 17 Jun 1690/1691 in Limerick or Ardea, Kerry Co., Ireland. He died on 20 Jun 1795 in Berwick, York, Maine. He married Margery or Merjery Brown or Browne about 1730.

3. Margery or Merjery Brown or Browne was born in 1714 in Cork, Ireland. She died in 1801.


Third Generation

4. Major Phillip O'Sullivan was born about 1640 in Ardee, Louth, Ireland. He died after 1691 in wound received in a duel in France. He married Joane McCarthy Mor.

5. Joane McCarthy Mor was born in 1641/1668 in Of Killoween, Ireland.


Fourth Generation

8. Owen O'Sullivan was born about 1620. He married Mary or Marganne McSweeney.

9. Mary or Marganne McSweeney .

10. Dermod McCarthy Mor .Dermod married Daughter to McCarthy Reagh, of Carbery McCarthy Reagh.

11. Daughter to McCarthy Reagh, of Carbery McCarthy Reagh .


Fifth Generation

16. Lord of Bearehaven Daniel O'Sullivane or O'Sullivan was born about 1600. He married Sarah O'Brien.

17. Sarah O'Brien was born - .

18. Colonel of Muskerry or Musgrey Owen McSweeney .Owen married Honora McCarthy.

19. Honora McCarthy .


Sixth Generation

32. Philip O'Sullivan Beare was born about 1580. He married Daughter of Lord Muskerry Honora Clancarthy.

33. Daughter of Lord Muskerry Honora Clancarthy .

34. Conor O'Brien .

39. Florence McFinnen was born in of Ardtelly.


Seventh Generation

64. Daniel O'Sullivane or O'Sullivan was born about 1560 in Ireland. He married Margaret Clancarthy.

65. Margaret Clancarthy .

66. Earl of Clancarthy Donogh Clancarthy died in 1666. He married Lady Ellen Butler.

67. Lady Ellen Butler .


Eighth Generation

128. (the Tanaiste) Son of Lord of Bearehaven Philip O'Sullivan Beare was born about 1540 in Dunboy Castle, Munster, Ireland. He married Daughter Earl of Thomond Sarah O'Brien.

129. Daughter Earl of Thomond Sarah O'Brien .

130. Earl of Clancarthy Clancarthy died in 1640. He married Margaret.

131. Margaret .

134. Lord Thurles Thomas Butler died in 1619.


Ninth Generation

256. 11th Lord Beare & Bantry Dermond O'Sullivan Beare ""The Powdered"" was born about 1520. He died in 1549 in killed accidently at his castle, Dunboy. He married Lady Julia or Sheela? MacCarthy.

257. Lady Julia or Sheela? MacCarthy was born 1500 - 1530. She died about 1550 in Dunboy Castle, Munster, Ireland. She was buried about 1550 in Ireland.

258. Cormack O'Brien .

262. 4th Earl of Thomond Donogh .


Tenth Generation

514. Prince of Carberry Donnel Mac Fineere Mac Carthy-Reagh was born about 1500. He married Lady Eleanor FitzGerald.

515. Lady Eleanor FitzGerald was born about 1500.


Eleventh Generation

1029. Daughter of Donnell was born about 1480.

1030. 8th Earl of Kildare Gerald FitzGerald was born about 1465. He married Lady Allison Eustace.

1031. Lady Allison Eustace was born about 1470.


Twelfth Generation

2058. 9th Lord of Bearehaven Donnell was born about 1460. He died in 1520.

2060. 7th Earl of Kildare Thomas FitzGerald died in 1478. He married Lady Joan Butler.

2061. Lady Joan Butler .

2062. Baron of Portlester Rowland Eustace was born about 1440.


Thirteenth Generation

4120. 6th Earl of Kildare John-Cam FitzGerald died in 1427.

4122. 7th Earl of Desmond James Butler .


Fourteenth Generation

8240. 5th Earl of Kildare Gerald FitzGerald .Gerald married Lady Margery Rocheford.

8241. Lady Margery Rocheford .


Fifteenth Generation

16480. 4th Earl of Kildare Maurice FitzGerald .Maurice married Lady Elizabeth Burghersh.

16481. Lady Elizabeth Burghersh .

16482. Sir John de Rocheford .


Sixteenth Generation

32960. Thomas FitzGerald .Thomas married Lady Joan de Burgh.

32961. Lady Joan de Burgh .

32962. Sir Bartholomew Burghersh .Bartholomew married Lady Maude Mortimer.

32963. Lady Maude Mortimer .


Seventeenth Generation

65922. 2nd Earl of Ulster Richard de Burgh was born in 1259. He died in 1326. He married Margaret de Burgh.

65923. Margaret de Burgh .


Eighteenth Generation

131846. Baron of Lanville John de Burgh .


Nineteenth Generation

263692. Baron of Connaught Walter de Burgh .Walter married Maude de Lacie.

263693. Maude de Lacie .


Twentieth Generation

527384. Lord of Connaught and Trym Richard Mor de Burgh the Great .Richard married Lady Hodierna de Gernon.

527385. Lady Hodierna de Gernon .

527386. Earl of Ulster Hugh de Lacie .


Twenty-first Generation

1054768. Lord Governor of Ireland William Fitz-Andelem de Burgh .William married Lady (widow of Llewelyn, Prince of Wales) Isabel.

1054769. Lady (widow of Llewelyn, Prince of Wales) Isabel .


Twenty-second Generation

2109536. Steward to King Henry II of England Adelem de Burgh .Adelem married Princess of France Agnes.

2109537. Princess of France Agnes .


Twenty-third Generation

4219074. Louis VI was born in of France. He married daughter of Hubert II, Count of Piedmont Adelaide.

4219075. daughter of Hubert II, Count of Piedmont Adelaide was born in of Savoy.


Twenty-fourth Generation

8438148. Philip I was born in of France. He married daughter of Florient Count of Holland Bertha.

8438149. daughter of Florient Count of Holland Bertha .


Twenty-fifth Generation

16876296. Henry was born in Of France. He married granddaughter of the 1st Czar Vladimir I Svyatoslavich Anne.

16876297. granddaughter of the 1st Czar Vladimir I Svyatoslavich Anne was born in of Russia.

Twenty-sixth Generation

33752592. Robert the Pious .Robert married Constance of Provence Constantia.

33752593. Constance of Provence Constantia .


Twenty-seventh Generation

67505184. Hugh Capet was born in Of France. He married daughter of Otto I Adele or Adelaide.

67505185. daughter of Otto I Adele or Adelaide .


Twenty-eighth Generation

135010368. Duke of France Hugh Capet .Hugh married Princess Hedwidge.

135010369. Princess Hedwidge .


Twenty-ninth Generation

270020738. Emperor Henry I the Fowler .Henry married daughter of the Saxon count Thiederick Matilda of Ringelheim.

270020739. daughter of the Saxon count Thiederick Matilda of Ringelheim .


Thirtieth Generation

540041476. Duke of Saxony Otto .Otto married daughter of Arnolph Princess Hedwige.

540041477. daughter of Arnolph Princess Hedwige .


Thirty-first Generation

1080082952. Duke of Saxony Ludolph .Ludolph married Countess of Burgundy Princess Adelheid.

1080082953. Countess of Burgundy Princess Adelheid .


Thirty-second Generation

2160165906. Count of Burgundy Eberhard .Eberhard married Princess Giselda (Giselle or Gisela).

2160165907. Princess Giselda (Giselle or Gisela) .

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Modified Register for General John Sullivan


First Generation

1. General John Sullivan was born on 7 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire or Berwick, Maine. He died on 23 Jan 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire. He was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

John married Lydia Remick Worster or Wooster or Worchester daughter of John Worster and Lydia Remick in 1760. Lydia was born on 14 Oct 1738. She was christened on 13 Jan 1741/1742. She died on 21 Mar 1820 in Durham, New Hampshire. She was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

They had the following children:

2 F i. Margery Sullivan was born on 2 Feb 1761. She died on 10 Apr 1764.

+ 3 F ii. Lydia Sullivan was born on 17 Mar 1763. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

+ 4 M iii. John Sullivan was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796.

5 M iv. James Sullivan was born on 1 Sep 1768. He died in Jul 1796 in Georgetown, South Carolina.

+ 6 M v. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan was born on 29 Aug 1771. He died on 14 Apr 1838.

+ 7 F vi. Mary Sullivan was born in 1775.


Second Generation

3. Lydia Sullivan (John) was born on 17 Mar 1763 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

Lydia married Jonathon or Johathan Steele . Jonathon was born on 5 Sep 1760. He died on 3 Sep 1824.

They had the following children:

8 F i. Margaret Steele was born on 5 Aug 1788. She died on 15 Jan 1807.

9 F ii. Janet Steele was born on 14 Jun 1791. She died in 1869.

10 F iii. Lydia Steele was born on 3 Sep 1794. She died on 30 Jun 1799.

11 M iv. Richard Steele was born on 6 Jan 1797. He died in 1870.
Richard married (1) Harriet King Pierce . Harriet died on 11 Apr 1823.
Richard married (2) Mary Amanda Smith after 1823.

12 M v. John Steele was born on 9 Apr 1799. He died on 8 Sep 1800.

13 F vi. Margaret Steele was born on 29 Dec 1801. She died on 4 Mar 1803.

14 M vii. Jonathan Steele was born on 25 Jun 1803. He died on 28 Aug 1819.

15 F viii. Caroline Steele was born on 1 Sep 1804. She died on 9 Apr 1806.

4. John Sullivan (John) was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796 in Baton Rouge, Lousiana or Georgetown, S.C..

He had the following children:

16 M i. Isaac Sullivan .

6. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan (John) was born on 29 Aug 1771 in Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. He died on 14 Apr 1838 in Exeter, New Hampshire. He was buried in Old Cemetery (Winter Street).

George married (1) Clarissa Lamson on 6 Aug 1799 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Clarissa was born on 29 Aug 1780 in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 11 Mar 1824.

They had the following children:

17 M i. John Sullivan was born on 23 May 1800. He died on 17 Nov 1862.
John married Olivia Rowe . Olivia was born in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 7 Jan 1875 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

18 F ii. Martha Lamson Sullivan was born on 11 Jan 1802 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 22 Dec 1831.

19 F iii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 9 Aug 1804 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 18 Sep 1809.

20 F iv. Lydia Sullivan was born on 4 Oct 1806 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 2 Jun 1849.
Lydia married David A Gregg in Mar 1844. David was born in Derry, New Hampshire.

21 M v. George Sullivan was born on 18 Oct 1808 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 11 Jan 1830.

22 M vi. James Sullivan was born on 6 Dec 1811 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 21 Aug 1878.
James married (1) Nancy Morrison in 1842.
James married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith in 1848.

23 M vii. William Henry Sullivan was born on 28 Jan 1814 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died in 1864.
William married Mary S Neale in Jan 1845 in St Joseph, Michigan.

24 F viii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 31 Dec 1815/1816 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died in 1870.

25 F ix. Margaret Wood Sullivan was born on 19 Jul 1818 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

26 M x. Edward Sullivan was born on 21 Jul 1820 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 13 May 1843.

27 F xi. Mary Frances Sullivan was born on 23 Aug 1822 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 30 Aug 1825.


George married (2) Phillippa Call . Phillippa was born in Newburyport.

7. Mary Sullivan (John) was born in 1775.
Mary married Gideon Rowser Jr. in 1795. Gideon was born in 1770.

They had the following children:

28 F i. Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser was born on 5 Feb 1802.

General John Sullivan's Family

Posted: 30 Jan 2004 5:20AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 31 Mar 2004 4:33AM GMT
Surnames: Sullivan
Modified Register for General John Sullivan


First Generation

1. General John Sullivan was born on 7 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, Strafford, New Hampshire or Berwick, Maine. He died on 23 Jan 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire. He was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

John married Lydia Remick Worster or Wooster or Worchester daughter of John Worster and Lydia Remick in 1760. Lydia was born on 14 Oct 1738. She was christened on 13 Jan 1741/1742. She died on 21 Mar 1820 in Durham, New Hampshire. She was buried in Sullivan cemetary on family farm.

Materials for a History of the Family of John Sullivan of Berwick, New England
and of the O'Sullivans of Ardea, Ireland
Chiefly Collected by the Late Thomas Coffin Amory
with a Pedigree of O'Sullivan Beare by Sir J Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D., Ulster
Printed for Private Distribution
3/906
Cambridge:
John Wilson and Son
University Press
1893

The Family of John Sullivan Page 149
John Sullivan of Berwick, New England, and his Children, Grandchildren, and Great-Grandchildren

John Sullivan
b. Limerick, Ireland, June 17, 1690.
d. Berwick, Me., Saturday, June 20, 1795.
Was probably christened Owen, and so called until he came to America. Emigrated about 1723.
Landed at York, Maine. Settled at Berwick, where he farmed, drew deeds, and was the schoolmaster
until he was ninety years of age.
m. about 1735
Margery Browne,
b. Cork, Ireland, 1714
d. Berwick, Me., 1801.

First Generation.

Benjamin
b. about 1736
Served in the Royal Navy, and was lost at sea before the American Revolution. No marriage mentioned.

Daniel

b. Berwick, Me., about 1738
d. 1781
Settled at New Bristol, now Sullivan, Me. Served as Captain in the Revolutionary Army in the War of
Independence. His house at Sullivan was burned by the British, and he taken from it to spend six
months int eh Jersey prison-ship. He died on his way home after his release.
m. 1st York, Me., Mar 24, 1758, Anne Paul of York. She and her child died early
m. 2nd Fort Pownall, Waldo Co., Me., June 17, 1765, Abigail Bean (dau of John Bean of York, who, with
others, obtained the grant of land where Sullivan now is.)

John
b. Berwick, Me., Feb 17, 1740
d. Durham, N.H., Jan 23, 1795
Major General in the Revolutionary Army during the War of Independence. First President (Governor) of
New Hampshire. Practised law at Durham.
m. Lydia Worchester
b. Oct 14, 1738
d. Mar 22, 1820

James
b. Berwick, Me., 1744
d. Boston, Mass, Dec 10, 1808
Judge of the Superior Court, Attorney General, and in 1808 Governor of Massachusetts. Lived at Saco,
Me., Groton, Mass., and Boston.
m. 1st, Mehetable Odiorne of Durham
b. Durham, N. H., June 26, 1748
d. Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1786
m. 2d, Martha Langdon
b. 17
d. Boston, Aug. 26, 1812
No children. She had before married, 1st Barrell; 2d, Simpson.

Mary
b. Berwick, Me., 1752
d. Strafford, N.H., autumn 1827
m. May 4, 1768
Theophilus Hardy of Durham
Lived at Durham, near her brother General Sullivan.

Ebenezer
b. Berwick, Me, 1753
d. Charleston, S.C., 1799.
Served as Captain in the Revolutionary Army in the War of Independence. Practised law at South
Berwick
m. Abigail Cotton of Portsmouth, N.H.
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Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying
28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,

fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving
her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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Taken from http://www.worcesterfamily.com/fourth.htm on September 16, 2002 -

No. IV-29
JOHN WORSTER, (Thomas3, Moses2, William1) bpt. Kittery, Me., Nov. 2, 1718; m July 15, 1731,
Lydia Remick dau Joshua & Ann (Lancaster) Remick, bpt. Aug. 28, 1720, d Berwick, Me., aft. 1790.
Residence Berwick and Lebanon, Me.

Children of John Worster

V-64 John, bpt. Jan. 13, 1741/42, d Lebanon, Nov. 12, 1809; m 1st Sarah ____ who d Lebanon, Mar.
1801, m 2nd Lebanon, May 3, 1803, Dolly Door. Removed from Berwick to Lebanon bef. 1773. Mrs.
Worster requested prayers for her husband "gone to the Army", Aug. 31, and Sept. 21, 1777. Private in
Rev. in Capt. Samuel Derby’s Co., Col. John Bailey’s regt. from July 1, 1777 to Dec. 31, 1779.
V-65 Lydia, b Oct. 14, 1738, bpt. Jan. 13, 1741/42, d Durham, NH, Mar., 1820; m Durham, NH, Jan. 23,
1795, Gen. John Sullivan of Durham, N.H., b Berwick, Feb. 17, 1740, son of John & Margery (Brown)
Sullivan and brother to Daniel Sullivan for whom the town of Sullivan is named.
V-66 Ichabod, bpt. Jan. 13, 1741/42.
V-67 Thomas, bpt. Jan. 13, 1741/42.
V-68 George.
V-69 Lemuel.
V-70 Mary, bpt. Sept. 30, 1750.

V-71 Mark, bpt. Feb. 14, 1753.

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Taken from ancestry.com on August 11, 2002 -

My Ancestors and Their Families
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* ID: I3303
* Name: John SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Birth: 17 FEB 1739 in New Hampshire 1
* Death: 23 JAN 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire 1
* Note: Governor of New Hampshire in 1786.

Father: John Owen SULLIVAN b: 17 JUL 1690 in Limerick, Ireland
Mother: Margery BROWN b: 1714 in County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1 Lydia Remick WORSTER
* Married: 1760

Children
1. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] John SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN

Sources:
1. Abbrev: Rootsweb.com WorldConnect Project
Note:
Rootsweb.com WorldConnect Project
Page: db=swla2001
Quality: 1
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Taken from http://www.state.nh.us/nhdhr/glikeness/sulljohn.html -

A Guide to Likenesses of
New Hampshire Officials and Governors
on Public Display at
the Legislative Office Building and the State House
Concord, New Hampshire, to 1998

John Sullivan (1740-1795)

[Portrait of John Sullivan] Sullivan (1740 - 1795) was born at Somersworth (NH). He read law at
Posrtsmouth (NH), with Hon. Samuel Livermore, married (Lydia Worcester) in 1760, and practiced law at
Berwick (ME) until 1763. He and his wife subsequently moved to Durham (NH).

Sullivan was commissioned a major in the New Hampshire militia (1772), and in 1774 he went as a
delegate to the First Continental Congress, meeting at Philadelphia (PA). During the American
Revolution Sullivan rose to the rank of General while compiling a distinguished war record. He resigned
from military service November 30, 1779, at the conclusion of a long and successful campaign to defeat
the Iroquois Nation and their British Loyalist allies, because of poor health.



Sullivan returned to Philadelphia, where Congress was meeting in 1780 - 81, only to be met with charges
of accepting bribes. Sullivan survived an inquiry, then returned to New Hampshire. There he was a
member of the 1782 Constitutional Convention. He served as New Hampshire Attorney General (1782 -
86) and as Speaker of the House (1785). In 1786 Sullivan was elected President of the state; he put
down riots against the issuing of paper money and was reelected in 1787. A year later (1788) Sullivan
was Chairman of the state convention which ratified the Constitution of the United States, and he was
reelected Speaker of the House. In 1789 Sullivan was again elected President of New Hampshire, while
also being appointed U. S. District Judge of New Hampshire. He held this judgeship until his death in
1795. Sullivan is interred in the family plot at Durham (NH).

Location: State House, Second Floor, Executive Council Chambers
_____________________________________


John and Lydia had the following children:

2 F i. Margery Sullivan was born on 2 Feb 1761. She died on 10 Apr 1764.

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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.
Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d.
APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge,
Lousiana. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.
iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796,
Georgetown, South Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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+ 3 F ii. Lydia Sullivan was born on 17 Mar 1763. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

+ 4 M iii. John Sullivan was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796.

5 M iv. James Sullivan was born on 1 Sep 1768. He died in Jul 1796 in Georgetown, South Carolina.

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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.
Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d.
APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge,
Lousiana. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.

iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796,
Georgetown, South Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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* ID: I3303
* Name: John SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Birth: 17 FEB 1739 in New Hampshire 1
* Death: 23 JAN 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire 1
* Note: Governor of New Hampshire in 1786.

Father: John Owen SULLIVAN b: 17 JUL 1690 in Limerick, Ireland
Mother: Margery BROWN b: 1714 in County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1 Lydia Remick WORSTER
* Married: 1760

Children
1. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] John SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN

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+ 6 M v. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan was born on 29 Aug 1771. He died on 14 Apr 1838.

+ 7 F vi. Mary Sullivan was born in 1775.


Second Generation

3. Lydia Sullivan (John) was born on 17 Mar 1763 in Berwick, York County, Maine. She died on 9 Apr 1842.

Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying

28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,
fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving
her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
__________________________________________________

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b. SEP 05 1760, d.
SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District Court appointed by John Sullivan
He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King Pierce, d. APR 11
1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.

vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
________________________________________________________

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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.
Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d. APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.
iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796, Georgetown, South
Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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* Sex: M
* Birth: 17 FEB 1739 in New Hampshire 1
* Death: 23 JAN 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire 1
* Note: Governor of New Hampshire in 1786.

Father: John Owen SULLIVAN b: 17 JUL 1690 in Limerick, Ireland
Mother: Margery BROWN b: 1714 in County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1 Lydia Remick WORSTER
* Married: 1760

Children
1. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] John SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN

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Taken from http://www.angelfire.com/wv/snr/jcdurrie.html on July 15, 2002 -

NEW HAMPSHIRE FAMILY OF STEELES.


1. Thomas Steele, of and from Ireland, born probably about 1694; married, as believed, in Londonderry,
in Ireland, Miss Morrison; settled in Londonderry, Rockingham Co. N.H. 1719; married about 1715; They
had children.

2. James*2 b. in Ireland, about 1716; when of age, removed to Antrim, NH; he m.___ ___, and d. 1818 or
1819, aged 102 years.

3. John*2 b. in Londonderry, NH; after his father's settlement there had a family; among them was James
*3 who went to western New York.

4. David*2 b. in Londonderry, NH, in 1727; m. Janet Little, in 1751; she was b. in Ireland, in 1729, and
moved to Lunenburg, Mass., in 1738; they removed to Londonderry, lived there ten years; then removed
to Peterborough, NH where they died; he d. July 19, 1809, aged 82; his wife d. Sept. 1816, aged 87.

Children of David*2(4) and Janet (Little)Steele

5. (1). Thomas*3 (12) b.__; m. Ann Moon of Peterboro; d. in 1847, aged 94 years.

6. (2). Janet*3 b.___; m. Samuel Gregg; she resided in 1850, at Sharon,NH, aged 95, a remarkable
intelligent lady; they had 5 children, one of whom, Warling, removed to New York, in 1816; d. there 1849,
in autumn, and left a family.

7. (3). David*3 (20) b.___; m. Miss Powers; d. about 1840, leaving three children.

8. (4). Martha*3 b.___;m. Benjamin Mitchell, and had 9 children, of whom Jonathan and John reside in
New York State; the rest who survive reside in New Hampshire; she lived at Peterborough, in 1850, aged
87 years, and enjoyed good health.

8. (5) Johathan*3b.___;m. the daughter of Major-Gen John Sullivan of the Revolution; d. in Sept. 3, 1824,
in Durham, N.H.; he was an attorney, and was appointed Judge of the Supreme Court of the State, Feb.
19, 1810.

9. (6) Betty*3 b.___; m. James Wilson, and d. 1806, leaving 1 child, Gen. James Wilson, member of
Congress; he was 53 years of age, in 1850; his father was member of Congress, in 1810.

10. (7). Peggy*3 b.___;m. John Smith; d. about 1835, in Peterborough; had 8 children; one of them,
Robert Smith, was M.C. for Illinois, for 6-8 years; of Alton, Ill.; James and William Smith are merchants in
St. Louis, Mo.

11. (8.) John*3 (25) b. ___; m. Polly Wilson, sister of James (above), in 1794; she d. Feb. 1819, aged 42
years; he m. 2d. Hepsiba, widow of Jonathan Hammond of Swanzy ( ); he d. Aug. 1845, aged 73 years.


Lydia married Jonathon or Johathan Steele . Jonathon was born on 5 Sep 1760. He died on 3 Sep 1824.

Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying
28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,
fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving

her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
__________________________________________________

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b. SEP 05 1760, d.
SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District Court appointed by John Sullivan
He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King Pierce, d. APR 11
1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
________________________________________________________

Taken from http://www.angelfire.com/wv/snr/jcdurrie.html on July 15, 2002 -

NEW HAMPSHIRE FAMILY OF STEELES.

1. Thomas Steele, of and from Ireland, born probably about 1694; married, as believed, in Londonderry,
in Ireland, Miss Morrison; settled in Londonderry, Rockingham Co. N.H. 1719; married about 1715; They
had children.


2. James*2 b. in Ireland, about 1716; when of age, removed to Antrim, NH; he m.___ ___, and d. 1818 or
1819, aged 102 years.

3. John*2 b. in Londonderry, NH; after his father's settlement there had a family; among them was James
*3 who went to western New York.

4. David*2 b. in Londonderry, NH, in 1727; m. Janet Little, in 1751; she was b. in Ireland, in 1729, and
moved to Lunenburg, Mass., in 1738; they removed to Londonderry, lived there ten years; then removed
to Peterborough, NH where they died; he d. July 19, 1809, aged 82; his wife d. Sept. 1816, aged 87.

Children of David*2(4) and Janet (Little)Steele

5. (1). Thomas*3 (12) b.__; m. Ann Moon of Peterboro; d. in 1847, aged 94 years.

6. (2). Janet*3 b.___; m. Samuel Gregg; she resided in 1850, at Sharon,NH, aged 95, a remarkable
intelligent lady; they had 5 children, one of whom, Warling, removed to New York, in 1816; d. there 1849,
in autumn, and left a family.

7. (3). David*3 (20) b.___; m. Miss Powers; d. about 1840, leaving three children.

8. (4). Martha*3 b.___;m. Benjamin Mitchell, and had 9 children, of whom Jonathan and John reside in
New York State; the rest who survive reside in New Hampshire; she lived at Peterborough, in 1850, aged
87 years, and enjoyed good health.

8. (5) Johathan*3b.___;m. the daughter of Major-Gen John Sullivan of the Revolution; d. in Sept. 3, 1824,
in Durham, N.H.; he was an attorney, and was appointed Judge of the Supreme Court of the State, Feb.
19, 1810.

9. (6) Betty*3 b.___; m. James Wilson, and d. 1806, leaving 1 child, Gen. James Wilson, member of
Congress; he was 53 years of age, in 1850; his father was member of Congress, in 1810.

10. (7). Peggy*3 b.___;m. John Smith; d. about 1835, in Peterborough; had 8 children; one of them,
Robert Smith, was M.C. for Illinois, for 6-8 years; of Alton, Ill.; James and William Smith are merchants in
St. Louis, Mo.

11. (8.) John*3 (25) b. ___; m. Polly Wilson, sister of James (above), in 1794; she d. Feb. 1819, aged 42
years; he m. 2d. Hepsiba, widow of Jonathan Hammond of Swanzy ( ); he d. Aug. 1845, aged 73 years.


Jonathon and Lydia had the following children:

8 F i. Margaret Steele was born on 5 Aug 1788. She died on 15 Jan 1807.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.

vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
________________________________________________________


9 F ii. Janet Steele was born on 14 Jun 1791. She died in 1869.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
________________________________________________________


10 F iii. Lydia Steele was born on 3 Sep 1794. She died on 30 Jun 1799.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
________________________________________________________


11 M iv. Richard Steele was born on 6 Jan 1797. He died in 1870.


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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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Richard married (1) Harriet King Pierce . Harriet died on 11 Apr 1823.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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Richard married (2) Mary Amanda Smith after 1823.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.


SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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12 M v. John Steele was born on 9 Apr 1799. He died on 8 Sep 1800.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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13 F vi. Margaret Steele was born on 29 Dec 1801. She died on 4 Mar 1803.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried

iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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14 M vii. Jonathan Steele was born on 25 Jun 1803. He died on 28 Aug 1819.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.
viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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15 F viii. Caroline Steele was born on 1 Sep 1804. She died on 9 Apr 1806.

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Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763, Berwick, York County, Maine, m. Johathan Steele, b.
SEP 05 1760, d. SEP 03 1824. Lydia died APR 9 1842. Johathan: Clerk of the District
Court appointed by John Sullivan He was Judge of the Supreme Court of New
Hampshire.
Children:
i Margaret Steele b. AUG 05 1788, d. JAN 15 1807.
ii Janet Steele b. JUN 14 1791, d. 1869. Unmarried
iii Lydia Steel b. SEP 03 1794, d. JUN 30 1799.
iv Richard Steele b. JAN 06 1797, m. (1) Harriet King
Pierce, d. APR 11 1823, m. (2) AFT 1823, Mary Amanda Smith. Richard died 1870.
v John Steele b. APR 09 1799, d. SEP 08 1800.
vi Margaret Steele b. DEC 29 1801, d. MAR 04 1803.
vii Jonathan Steele b. JUN 25 1803, d. AUG 28 1819.

viii Caroline Steele b. SEP 01 1804, d. APR 09 1806.
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4. John Sullivan (John) was born on 29 Oct 1767. He died in Jul 1819/1796 in Baton Rouge, Lousiana or Georgetown, S.C..

Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying
28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,
fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving
her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.

Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d. APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.
iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796, Georgetown, South
Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume X
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Sullivant, William Starling

SULLIVAN, Will Van Amberg, senator, was born near Winona, Miss., Dec. 18, 1857; son of Isaac and
Ruth (Clark) Sullivan; grandson of John Sullivan, and great-grandson of General Sullivan, who served
under General Greene in the Revolutionary war. He attended the University of Mississippi, 1873-74, and
was graduated from Vanderbilt university, Nashville, Tenn., A.B., LL.B. 1875. He practised law at Austin,
Miss., and in 1877 removed to Oxford, Miss., where he was elected a member of the board of aldermen,
a delegate to the Democratic national convention in 1892; and a member of the Democratic national
executive committee in 1896. He was Democratic representative from the second Mississippi district in
the 55th congress, 1897-98, and upon the death of Senator E.C. Walthall was appointed U.S. senator,
May 30, 1898, and was elected by the legislature, January, 1900, U.S. senator, serving, 1898-1901. He
was married, Dec. 18, 1900, to Marie, daughter of Dr. Newman of Washington, D.C.
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* ID: I3303
* Name: John SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Birth: 17 FEB 1739 in New Hampshire 1
* Death: 23 JAN 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire 1
* Note: Governor of New Hampshire in 1786.

Father: John Owen SULLIVAN b: 17 JUL 1690 in Limerick, Ireland
Mother: Margery BROWN b: 1714 in County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1 Lydia Remick WORSTER
* Married: 1760

Children
1. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] John SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN



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Sullivant, William Starling

SULLIVAN, Will Van Amberg, senator, was born near Winona, Miss., Dec. 18, 1857; son of Isaac and
Ruth (Clark) Sullivan; grandson of John Sullivan, and great-grandson of General Sullivan , who served
under General Greene in the Revolutionary war. He attended the University of Mississippi, 1873-74, and
was graduated from Vanderbilt university, Nashville, Tenn., A.B., LL.B. 1875. He practised law at Austin,
Miss., and in 1877 removed to Oxford, Miss., where he was elected a member of the board of aldermen,
a delegate to the Democratic national convention in 1892; and a member of the Democratic national
executive committee in 1896. He was Democratic representative from the second Mississippi district in
the 55th congress, 1897-98, and upon the death of Senator E.C. Walthall was appointed U.S. senator,
May 30, 1898, and was elected by the legislature, January, 1900, U.S. senator, serving, 1898-1901. He
was married, Dec. 18, 1900, to Marie, daughter of Dr. Newman of Washington, D.C.
__________________________________________


John had the following children:

16 M i. Isaac Sullivan .

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The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume X
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Sullivant, William Starling

SULLIVAN, Will Van Amberg, senator, was born near Winona, Miss., Dec. 18, 1857;
son of Isaac and Ruth (Clark) Sullivan; grandson of John Sullivan, and great-grandson
of General Sullivan , who served under General Greene in the Revolutionary war. He
attended the University of Mississippi, 1873-74, and was graduated from Vanderbilt
university, Nashville, Tenn., A.B., LL.B. 1875. He practised law at Austin, Miss., and in
1877 removed to Oxford, Miss., where he was elected a member of the board of
aldermen, a delegate to the Democratic national convention in 1892; and a member of
the Democratic national executive committee in 1896. He was Democratic
representative from the second Mississippi district in the 55th congress, 1897-98, and
upon the death of Senator E.C. Walthall was appointed U.S. senator, May 30, 1898,
and was elected by the legislature, January, 1900, U.S. senator, serving, 1898-1901.
He was married, Dec. 18, 1900, to Marie, daughter of Dr. Newman of Washington, D.C.
__________________________________________


6. Delegate House of Representatives George Sullivan (John) was born on 29 Aug 1771 in Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire. He died on 14 Apr 1838 in Exeter, New Hampshire. He was buried in Old Cemetery (Winter Street).

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male

Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
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Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying
28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,
fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving

her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b. Newburyport.
George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa
: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia Rowe, b. Exeter,
New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass. John died 1862. Was Attorney
General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22 1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18 1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A Gregg, b. Derry,
New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy Morrison, b.
Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary S Neale, b. St
Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information from DAR Record
17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.

xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30 1825.
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Lydia: Information from DAR Record 17655.
Children:
i Margery Sullivan b. FEB 02 1761, died in infancy, d. APR 10 1764.
11. ii Lydia Sullivan b. MAR 17, 1763.
iii John Sullivan b. OCT 29, 1767, d. 1819, Baton Rouge, Lousiana.
graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried.
iv James Sullivan b. SEP 01, 1768, d. JUL 1796, Georgetown, South
Carolina. graduated from Harvard 1790. Died Unmarried
12. v George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771.
vi Margery Sullivan b. 1775, 1777.
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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
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Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
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Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century.
Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography
page 905
SULLIVAN, GEORGE , lawyer, state senator, congressman, was born Aug. 29, 1771, in Durham, N.H.
He was a representative in the general court of New Hampshire in 1805 and 1813. He was a

representative in congress in 1811 and 1812; was a member of the state senate in 1814 and 1815, and
was twenty-one years attorney-general of the state, which office he resigned in 1836. He died June 14,
1838, in Exeter, N.H.
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Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949
Biographies
S
page 1881
SULLIVAN, George (son of John Sullivan ), a Representative from New Hampshire; born in Durham, N.H.
, August 29, 1771; was graduated from Harvard University in 1790; studied law; was admitted to the bar
and commenced practice in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H., in 1793; member of the State house of
representatives in 1805; attorney general of New Hampshire in 1805 and 1806; elected to the Twelfth
Congress (March 4, 1811-March 3, 1813); again a member of the State house of representatives in 1813;
served in the State senate in 1814 and 1815; again attorney general of the State 1816-1835; died in
Exeter, N.H., April 14, 1838; interment in the Old Cemetery (Winter Street).
_________________________________

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SULLIVAN, George, 1771-1838

SULLIVAN, George, (son of John Sullivan and nephew of James Sullivan), a Representative from New
Hampshire; born in Durham, N.H., August 29, 1771; was graduated from Harvard University in 1790;
studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H., in
1793; member of the State house of representatives in 1805; attorney general of New Hampshire in
1805 and 1806; elected as a Federalist to the Twelfth Congress (March 4, 1811-March 3, 1813); again a
member of the State house of representatives in 1813; served in the State senate in 1814 and 1815;
again attorney general of the State 1816-1835; died in Exeter, N.H., April 14, 1838; interment in the Old
Cemetery (Winter Street).
_______________________________________________

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* Sullivan, George (1771-1838) of Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H. Son of John Sullivan; nephew of
James Sullivan. Born in Durham, Strafford County, N.H., August 29, 1771. Member of New Hampshire
state house of representatives, 1805, 1813; New Hampshire state attorney general, 1805-06, 1815-35; U.
S. Representative from New Hampshire at-large, 1811-13; member of New Hampshire state senate 2nd
District, 1814-16; Presidential Elector for New Hampshire, 1828. Died in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.
H., April 14, 1838. Interment at Winter Street Cemetery, Exeter, N.H. See also: congressional biography.
__________________________________________________

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* ID: I3303
* Name: John SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Birth: 17 FEB 1739 in New Hampshire 1
* Death: 23 JAN 1795 in Durham, New Hampshire 1
* Note: Governor of New Hampshire in 1786.


Father: John Owen SULLIVAN b: 17 JUL 1690 in Limerick, Ireland
Mother: Margery BROWN b: 1714 in County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1 Lydia Remick WORSTER
* Married: 1760

Children
1. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] John SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN

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Quality: 1
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His son, George, statesman, born in Durham, New Hampshire, 29 August, 1771 ; died in Exeter, New
Hampshire, 14 June, 1838, was graduated at Harvard in 1790, studied law, was admitted to the bar, and
began to practise at Exeter in 1793. He was a member of the state house of representatives in 1805,
attorney-general of New Hampshire in 1805-'6, a member of congress in 1811-'13, and of the state
senate in 1814-'15, and was again attorney-general in 1816-'35. He published orations and pamphlets.

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SULLIVAN, George, 1771-1838

SULLIVAN, George, (son of John Sullivan and nephew of James Sullivan), a Representative from New
Hampshire; born in Durham, N.H., August 29, 1771; was graduated from Harvard University in 1790;
studied law; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H., in
1793; member of the State house of representatives in 1805; attorney general of New Hampshire in
1805 and 1806; elected as a Federalist to the Twelfth Congress (March 4, 1811-March 3, 1813); again a
member of the State house of representatives in 1813; served in the State senate in 1814 and 1815;
again attorney general of the State 1816-1835; died in Exeter, N.H., April 14, 1838; interment in the Old
Cemetery (Winter Street).
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* Sullivan, George (1771-1838) of Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H. Son of John Sullivan; nephew of
James Sullivan. Born in Durham, Strafford County, N.H., August 29, 1771. Member of New Hampshire
state house of representatives, 1805, 1813; New Hampshire state attorney general, 1805-06, 1815-35; U.
S. Representative from New Hampshire at-large, 1811-13; member of New Hampshire state senate 2nd
District, 1814-16; Presidential Elector for New Hampshire, 1828. Died in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.
H., April 14, 1838. Interment at Winter Street Cemetery, Exeter, N.H. See also: congressional biography.
____________________________________________________

Taken from ancestry.com on July 13, 2002 -

Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949
Biographies
S
page 1881

SULLIVAN, George (son of John Sullivan ), a Representative from New Hampshire; born in Durham, N.H.
, August 29, 1771; was graduated from Harvard University in 1790; studied law; was admitted to the bar
and commenced practice in Exeter, Rockingham County, N.H., in 1793; member of the State house of
representatives in 1805; attorney general of New Hampshire in 1805 and 1806; elected to the Twelfth
Congress (March 4, 1811-March 3, 1813); again a member of the State house of representatives in 1813;
served in the State senate in 1814 and 1815; again attorney general of the State 1816-1835; died in
Exeter, N.H., April 14, 1838; interment in the Old Cemetery (Winter Street).
____________________________


George married (1) Clarissa Lamson on 6 Aug 1799 in Exeter, New Hampshire. Clarissa was born on 29 Aug 1780 in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 11 Mar 1824.

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Husband
George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female

Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________



Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan of Berwick - His
Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not long survive, dying
28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of remarkable brilliancy,
and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and graceful, having a faculty of making each
one in a company of many persons think he was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable,
fond of display, and prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a man could be; but
when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices of him have appeared from time to
time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14, 1737, and surviving
her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her age, in the house in Durham which he
had purchased in 1765, and always occupied, and which still remains in a good state of preservation.
Behind the house, in a family cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried.
He left a daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H. He had
also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July, 1796. George, born 29 Aug.,
1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the
State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S. Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent
advocate he is said to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17 Nov., 1862. From
1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H., which had been long filled by his father
and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26 Jan. 1786, dau of
William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr. Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2,
Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26, 1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in
Provincial Congress; 1776, Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress,
member Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney General;
1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of President; 1807 and 1808,
Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six
sons, of whom the eldest, James, b. June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued
cavalry service in the suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m.
19 may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8d, John, b Ap
[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779,
d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d. Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
__________________________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b. Newburyport.
George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa
: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia Rowe, b. Exeter,
New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass. John died 1862. Was Attorney
General of New Hampshire.

ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22 1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18 1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A Gregg, b. Derry,
New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy Morrison, b.
Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary S Neale, b. St
Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information from DAR Record
17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30 1825.
____________________________________________

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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


George and Clarissa had the following children:

17 M i. John Sullivan was born on 23 May 1800. He died on 17 Nov 1862.

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Husband

George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:


6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan
of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not
long survive, dying 28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of
remarkable brilliancy, and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and
graceful, having a faculty of making each one in a company of many persons think he
was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable, fond of display, and
prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a
man could be; but when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices
of him have appeared from time to time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in
Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14,
1737, and surviving her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her
age, in the house in Durham which he had purchased in 1765, and always occupied,

and which still remains in a good state of preservation. Behind the house, in a family
cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried. He left a
daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H.
He had also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July,
1796. George, born 29 Aug., 1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his
brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S.
Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent advocate he is said
to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17
Nov., 1862. From 1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H.,
which had been long filled by his father and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and
left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26
Jan. 1786, dau of William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr.
Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2, Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26,
1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in Provincial Congress; 1776,
Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress, member
Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney
General; 1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of
President; 1807 and 1808, Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see
Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six sons, of whom the eldest, James, b.
June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued cavalry service in the
suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m. 19
may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8
d, John, b Ap[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779, d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d.
Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy

Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


John married Olivia Rowe . Olivia was born in Exeter, New Hampshire. She died on 7 Jan 1875 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts.

Taken from genealogy.com on October 9, 2002 - Series 2, Volume 3, Master Sullivan
of Berwick - His Ancestors and Descendants, Page 454

Of the Federal Judges, to which office he was appointed by Washington, he did not
long survive, dying 28 January, 1795, in the fifty-fourth year of his age.

“If not tall, General S. was a person of commanding prescence, with dark eyes of
remarkable brilliancy, and a fine voice. His manners were dignified, but easy and
graceful, having a faculty of making each one in a company of many persons think he
was a object of his particular attention. He was hospitable, fond of display, and
prodigal of money. In his dealing he was honest, generous, and honorable. In his
temper he was ordinarily mild and tranquil, and as far removed from petulance as a
man could be; but when irritated he was stormy and violent.” Several historical notices
of him have appeared from time to time, that of greatest length being by Peabody, in
Spark’s American Biography.

General Sullivan married about 1760, Miss Lydia Worcester, who was born Oct. 14,
1737, and surviving her husband, died March 21, 1820, in the eighty-third year of her
age, in the house in Durham which he had purchased in 1765, and always occupied,
and which still remains in a good state of preservation. Behind the house, in a family
cemetary on the farm which was of considerable extent, they were buried. He left a
daughter Lydia, born 17 March, 1763, who married Judge Steele, Sup. Jud. Ct., N.H.
He had also three sons: John, b 29 Oct, 1767; died s.p. at Georgetown, S.C., July,
1796. George, born 29 Aug., 1771, died 14 June 1838, H.C. 1790, same class as his
brothers. In 1805 he was a member of the State Legislature; in 1811, in U. S.
Congress; and for 21 years was Attorney General. As an eloquent advocate he is said
to have been unsurpassed in New England, and took high rank in his profession as a
sound lawyer. He m. Clarissa Lamson. John, his eldest son, born 8 May, 1800, d. 17
Nov., 1862. From 1848 till his death, he held the office of Attorney General, N.H.,
which had been long filled by his father and grandfather. He married Olivia Rowe, and
left children.

4. James, b 22 April, 1744, d. 8 Dec 1808; m 1, Hetty Odiorne, b 26 June 1748, d. 26
Jan. 1786, dau of William Odiorne (son of Jotham, S.J.O., N.H.) by Avis, dau. of Dr.
Hugh Adams, by Susan Winburne; 2, Martha, sister of Gov. John Landon, d Aug 26,
1812. In 1770 he was King’s Attorney for York; 1774, in Provincial Congress; 1776,
Judge Supreme Court; 1784 and 1785, Delegate to Continental Congress, member
Mass. Leg.; 1787 in Governor’s Concil; 1788, Judge of Probate; 1790-1807, Attorney
General; 1796, on commission for determining Eastern Boundary; 1804, Elector of


President; 1807 and 1808, Governor of Massachusetts. For other particulars see
Amory’s Life of James Sullivan, 1858. He left six sons, of whom the eldest, James, b.
June 6, 1760, d. June 29, 1787, from exposure in long continued cavalry service in the
suppression of Shay’s rebellion. 2d, William, b 30 Nov., 1774, d. 3 Sept., 1889; m. 19
may, 1802, Sarah Webb, dau of Col. James Swan, b. May 19, 1782, d. 9 June, 1851. 8
d, John, b Ap[ril 9, 1777, d. Feb. 10, 1865; m. Oct. 10, 1797, Elizabeth, dau of Hon.
Thomas Russell, b. Aug. 17, 1779, d. April 16, 1854. 4th, Richard, b. June 17, 1779, d.
Dec 1863; m. May 22, 1804, Sarah dau. of Hon. Thomas Russell, b. Dec. 1, 1786,
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


18 F ii. Martha Lamson Sullivan was born on 11 Jan 1802 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 22 Dec 1831.

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:


6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.

iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


19 F iii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 9 Aug 1804 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 18 Sep 1809.

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Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree

Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A

Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


20 F iv. Lydia Sullivan was born on 4 Oct 1806 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 2 Jun 1849.

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire

Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male

Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.

v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
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Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


Lydia married David A Gregg in Mar 1844. David was born in Derry, New Hampshire.

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No


Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


21 M v. George Sullivan was born on 18 Oct 1808 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 11 Jan 1830.

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis


Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:

Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
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22 M vi. James Sullivan was born on 6 Dec 1811 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 21 Aug 1878.

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Husband
George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children

1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:


9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
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James married (1) Nancy Morrison in 1842.

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.



viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


James married (2) Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith in 1848.

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


23 M vii. William Henry Sullivan was born on 28 Jan 1814 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died in 1864.


97. William Henry Sullivan - International Genealogical Index / NA
Gender: Male Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
98. William H. Sullivan - International Genealogical Index / NA
Gender: Male Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
99. William Henry Sullivan - International Genealogical Index / NA

Gender: Male Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
101. William Henry <SULLIVAN> - International Genealogical Index / NA
Gender: <Male> Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
102. William H. Sullivan - International Genealogical Index / NA
Gender: Male Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
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William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 1845 , St Joseph, Michigan
Death: 1864
Burial:

Wife
Mary S. Neale Pedigree
Birth:
Christening:
Marriage: 1845 , St Joseph, Michigan
Death:
Burial:
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Husband
George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis


Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:

Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


William married Mary S Neale in Jan 1845 in St Joseph, Michigan.

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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary


S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________


24 F viii. Clarissa Lamson Sullivan was born on 31 Dec 1815/1816 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died in 1870.

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female

Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________



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Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
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* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN

3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN
4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


25 F ix. Margaret Wood Sullivan was born on 19 Jul 1818 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire.

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George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree

Female
Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________


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To: "Angie Sullivan" <sullivanangie_spider@yahoo.com>
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN

4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


26 M x. Edward Sullivan was born on 21 Jul 1820 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. He died on 13 May 1843.

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Husband
George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female

Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________



Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 04:03:34 -0600
From: "Larry Nicodemus" <m318619@mail.airmail.net> | This is Spam | Add to
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To: "Angie Sullivan" <sullivanangie_spider@yahoo.com>
Subject: <http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mail/clip.gif>; General Sullivan

George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN

4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________


27 F xi. Mary Frances Sullivan was born on 23 Aug 1822 in Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire. She died on 30 Aug 1825.

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Husband
George Sullivan Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1771 Durham, Strafford, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 14 JUN 1838 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Burial:
Father: George John Sullivan Family
Mother: Lydia Worcester

Wife
Clarissa Lamson Pedigree
Birth: 29 AUG 1780 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Marriage: 06 AUG 1799 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Death: 11 MAR 1824
Burial:
Father: Benjamin Lamson Family
Mother: Martha Dennis

Children
1. Martha L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 11 JAN 1802 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 22 JAN 1831 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

2. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 09 AUG 1804 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 SEP 1809 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

3. Lydia Sullivan Pedigree
Female

Birth: 04 OCT 1806 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1849 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

4. George Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 18 OCT 1808 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 11 JAN 1830 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

5. James Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 06 DEC 1811 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 AUG 1878 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

6. William Henry Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 28 JAN 1814 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 1867 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

7. Clarissa L. Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: DEC 1816 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 21 SEP 1870 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

8. Margaret Wood Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 19 JUL 1818 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death:
Burial:

9. Edward Sullivan Pedigree
Male
Birth: 21 JUL 1820 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 13 MAY 1843 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:

10. Mary Francis Sullivan Pedigree
Female
Birth: 23 AUG 1822 Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire
Christening:
Death: 30 AUG 1825 <Exeter, Rockingham, New Hampshire>
Burial:
_______________________________________




Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 04:03:34 -0600
From: "Larry Nicodemus" <m318619@mail.airmail.net> | This is Spam | Add to
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To: "Angie Sullivan" <sullivanangie_spider@yahoo.com>
Subject: <http://us.i1.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/i/mail/clip.gif>; General Sullivan

George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b.
Newburyport. George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information
from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No
Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia
Rowe, b. Exeter, New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass.
John died 1862. Was Attorney General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22
1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18
1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A
Gregg, b. Derry, New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy
Morrison, b. Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth
Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary
S Neale, b. St Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information
from DAR Record 17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30
1825.
____________________________________________

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* ID: I6973
* Name: George SULLIVAN
* Sex: M
* Change Date: 5 NOV 2001
Father: John SULLIVAN
Mother: Lydia WORCHESTER
Marriage 1 Clarissa LAMSON b: 29 AUG 1780 in Exeter, NH
* Married: 6 AUG 1799 in Exeter, NH

Children
1. [Has No Children] Martha SULLIVAN
2. [Has No Children] Clarissa L SULLIVAN
3. [Has No Children] Lydia SULLIVAN

4. [Has No Children] George SULLIVAN
5. [Has No Children] James SULLIVAN
6. [Has No Children] William Henry SULLIVAN
7. [Has No Children] Clarissa Lamson SULLIVAN
8. [Has No Children] Margaret Wood SULLIVAN
9. [Has No Children] Edward SULLIVAN
10. [Has No Children] Mary Frances SULLIVAN
_________________________________________________



George married (2) Phillippa Call . Phillippa was born in Newburyport.

Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 04:03:34 -0600
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To: "Angie Sullivan" <sullivanangie_spider@yahoo.com>
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George Sullivan b. AUG 29, 1771, m. (1) Clarissa Lamson, m. (2) Phillippa Call, b. Newburyport.
George died JUN 14, 1838. graduated from Harvard 1790 Information from DAR Record 17655. Clarissa
: Information from DAR Record 17655. Phillippa: No Children.

Children:
i John Sullivan b. MAY 23 1800, m. SEP 03 1832, Olivia Rowe, b. Exeter,
New Hampshire, d. JAN 07 1875, Boston, Suffolk County, Mass. John died 1862. Was Attorney
General of New Hampshire.
ii Martha Lamson Sullivan b. JAN 11 1802, d. JAN 22 1831.
iii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. AUG 09 1804, d. SEP 18 1809.
iv Lydia Sullivan b. OCT 04 1806, m. MAR 1844, David A Gregg, b. Derry,
New Hampshire. Lydia died JUN 02 1849.
v George Sullivan b. OCT 18 1808, d. JAN 11 1830.
vi James Sullivan b. DEC 06 1811, m. (1) 1842, Nancy Morrison, b.
Cassopolis, Michigan, d. BEF 1848, m. (2) 1848, Sarah Elizabeth Beckwith. Lived in Michigan
vii William Henry Sullivan b. JAN 28 1814, m. 1845, Mary S Neale, b. St
Joseph. William died 1864, Michigan.
viii Clarissa Lamson Sullivan b. DEC 31 1815, d. 1870.
ix Margaret Wood Sullivan b. JUL 19 1818. Information from DAR Record
17655.
x Edward Sullivan b. JUL 21 1820, d. MAY 13 1843.
xi Mary Frances Sullivan b. AUG 23 1822, d. AUG 30 1825.
____________________________________________


7. Mary Sullivan (John) was born in 1775.

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* ID: I889
* Name: Mary Sullivan
* Sex: F
* Birth: 1775

Father: General John Sullivan b: 17 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, New Hampshire

Mother: Lydia Worchester b: ? ??? ????
Marriage 1 Gideon Jr. Rowser b: 1770
* Married: 1795
Children
1. [Has Children] Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser b: 5 Feb 1802
__________________________________________


Mary married Gideon Rowser Jr. in 1795. Gideon was born in 1770.

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* ID: I889
* Name: Mary Sullivan
* Sex: F
* Birth: 1775

Father: General John Sullivan b: 17 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, New Hampshire
Mother: Lydia Worchester b: ? ??? ????
Marriage 1 Gideon Jr. Rowser b: 1770
* Married: 1795
Children
1. [Has Children] Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser b: 5 Feb 1802
__________________________________________


Gideon and Mary had the following children:

28 F i. Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser was born on 5 Feb 1802.

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* ID: I889
* Name: Mary Sullivan
* Sex: F
* Birth: 1775

Father: General John Sullivan b: 17 Feb 1740 in Somersworth, New Hampshire
Mother: Lydia Worchester b: ? ??? ????
Marriage 1 Gideon Jr. Rowser b: 1770
* Married: 1795
Children
1. [Has Children] Lydia Rozwer Rouser Rowser b: 5 Feb 1802
__________________________________________


Re: General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

Posted: 28 Apr 2004 9:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Angie,
I read all you had on Gen. John Sullivan. I was pleased to see you had so much. I was hoping to find though, WHERE he had his Headquarters at Valley Forge during the Rev. War. Why I'm searching this information is because family stories have it that Gen. John Sullivan was using our family's house as his headquarters at Valley Forge during the Rev. War. Our Margaret King (German Descent, aka Klingol, Klingel, Kling, King) was a child at the time and Gen. Washington would come to see Gen. Sullivan. He's put Margaret upon his lap and read to her from the Family Heirloom Bible. This property was supposed to have descended down to Margaret. We don't know if it happened when she was single or when she married Christian Aderhold / Atherholt. Anyways, I've been trying to research this property but the V.F. Historical Soc. says that the house didn't belong to King but believed to be Thomas Waters. I also had someone else email me that they thought it belonged to a German name like Halspaugh/Haspaugh or something like that...they couldn't remember. As I am leaving May 2nd heading to Phil. to research this Deed, it's important to me to have this information before I leave as the County Clerk's Office tells me that I have to have the address before I can research the property. ANY help in this regard would be most appreciated. Thank you. Please send an email directly to me at phonelady@racc2000.com
Thanks, Lisa Atherholt

Re: General John Sullivan - Revolutionary War

Posted: 28 Apr 2004 9:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
James,
I will check out those websites that you advised. I'm hoping to find WHERE Gen. John Sullivan had his Headquarters at Valley Forge during the Rev. War (abt 1775-1778 time frame). I find stories that he "had his Headquarters at Valley Forge" or "Gen. John Sullivan headquartered at Valley Forge", but nowhere am I able to find WHOSE HOUSE he was using as his headquarters at that time or if he happened to have more than one headquarters while there.

Why I'm searching this information is because family stories have it that Gen. John Sullivan was using our family's house as his headquarters at Valley Forge during the Rev. War. Our Margaret King (German Descent, aka Klingol, Klingel, Kling, King) was a child at the time and Gen. Washington would come to see Gen. Sullivan. Washington would put Margaret upon his lap and read to her from the Family Heirloom Bible as he was a very religious man. This property was supposed to have descended down to Margaret. We don't know if it happened when she was single or when she married Christian Aderhold / Atherholt. Anyways, I've been trying to research this property but the V.F. Hist. Soc. says that the house didn't belong to King but believed to be Thomas Waters as he owned a great deal of property at the time. They said that possibly while Margaret's father was in the Rev. War, that probably Margaret & her mother were living in Mr. Water's house. He may have been a relative or a friend of the family. Family stories state that Margaret's grandfather & great uncle came from Danzig, Germany and settled at Valley Forge around 1750. That her father & uncle served in Gen. Washington's Continental Army.

I also had someone else email me that they thought it belonged to a German name like Halspaugh/Haspaugh or something like that...they couldn't remember.

As I am leaving May 2nd heading to Ft. Wayne, IN Library then heading east to Phil. to research this Deed, it's important to me to have this information before I leave as the County Clerk's Office tells me that I have to have the address before I can research the property. ANY help in this regard would be most appreciated.
Thank you. Please send an email directly to me at phonelady@racc2000.com. Thanks, Lisa Atherholt
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