Frank Sullivan

M, b. 9 February 1905, d. 6 December 1975
     Frank Sullivan was born on 9 February 1905. He married Ella Mae McDonald, daughter of Henry McDonald and Laura Louise Faulhaber, circa 1931. Frank Sullivan died on 6 December 1975 at age 70.

Gretchen Kay Sullivan

F, b. 9 October 1973, d. 12 January 2014
     Gretchen Kay Sullivan was born on 9 October 1973 at Ohio. She was the daughter of Emmett Richard Sullivan and Mary Lois Carpenter. Gretchen Kay Sullivan lived in 2001 at Canton, Stark Co., OH. She died on 12 January 2014 at age 40.

Honour Sullivan

M, b. circa 1715
     Honour Sullivan was born circa 1715. He was the son of Michael Sullivan.

Hugh Forest Sullivan

M, b. 9 March 1909, d. 19 July 1985
     Hugh Forest Sullivan was born on 9 March 1909 at Shoshone Co., ID.1 He was the son of Charles Sullivan and India Duncan. Hugh Forest Sullivan married Lavina Caroline Butcher, daughter of Eben William Butcher and Anna Lydia Turnbull. Hugh Forest Sullivan and Lavina Caroline Butcher were divorced before April 1940. Hugh Forest Sullivan began military service on 16 March 1942 at Ft. Douglas, UT, Enlisted, U.S. Army, WW II. He died on 19 July 1985 at Boise, Ada Co. (probably), ID, at age 76. He was buried in July 1985 at Cloverdale Memorial Park, Boise, Ada Co., ID.
Note: NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Idaho Statesman; Boise, ID; Friday, February 10, 1939; Page: 10; (

Police Court
Hugh F. Sullivan, drunk and investigation, forfeited $20 bond.

NEWSPAPER ARTICLE - Idaho Statesman (Boise, ID); Friday, September 3, 1948; Page: 13; (

Boise, Valley County Areas Opened to 450
The state fish and game department Thursday reported that the names of 450 persons had been drawn for the special elk hunt scheduled Oct. 15-31 inclusive. There were a total of 1770 applicants. (included: Sullivan, Hugh F., Boise).


  1. [S4372] 1910 Federal Census, Shoshone County, Idaho. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 227; FHL #1374240.

James Sullivan

     James Sullivan married Ivy (?).

Child of James Sullivan and Ivy (?)

John Sullivan

M, b. circa 1713, d. 30 May 1785
     John Sullivan was born circa 1713. He was the son of Michael Sullivan. John Sullivan died on 30 May 1785.

Child of John Sullivan

Joseph Sullivan

M, b. 21 August 1883, d. 29 August 1951
     Joseph Sullivan married Clara A. Westenhouser. Joseph Sullivan was born on 21 August 1883. He was the son of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green. Joseph Sullivan died on 29 August 1951 at age 68. He was buried in September 1951 at St. Joseph Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH.

Children of Joseph Sullivan and Clara A. Westenhouser

Joseph Sullivan

M, b. circa 1901
     Joseph Sullivan was born circa 1901. He married Sylvia Amelia Munsinger, daughter of William H. Munsinger and Helen Louise Dreher, on 3 May 1933 at Cook Co., IL. Joseph Sullivan lived on 5 April 1940 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL, typesetter, Linotype machine.1


  1. [S2932] 1940 Federal Census, Cook County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 787.

Judith Ann Sullivan

F, b. 1 March 1938, d. 24 February 1973
     Judith Ann Sullivan was born on 1 March 1938 at Valparaiso, Porter Co., IN. She died on 24 February 1973 at Porter Memorial Hospital, Valparaiso, Porter Co., IN, at age 34.

Kandy Lynn Sullivan

F, b. 23 June 1963, d. 27 May 1965
     Kandy Lynn Sullivan was born on 23 June 1963. She was the daughter of Emmett Richard Sullivan and Mary Lois Carpenter. Kandy Lynn Sullivan died on 27 May 1965 at age 1. She was buried in 1965 at Crestview Cemetery, Barnesville, Belmont Co., OH, Findagrave #193339491.

Kermit Glenn Sullivan

M, b. 5 August 1925, d. 21 January 1997
     Kermit Glenn Sullivan was born on 5 August 1925 at Upton, Hardin Co., KY. He was the son of James Sullivan and Ivy (?) Kermit Glenn Sullivan began military service WW II service, U.S. Army, PFC, awarded Purple Heart. He died on 21 January 1997 at Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, at age 71 OBITUARY - New Albany, Indiana Tribune, Wednesday, 1997 Jan 22; page 3 column 5.

Kermit G. Sullivan
CLARKSVILLE -- Kermit G. Sullivan, 71. died yesterday at Jewish Hospital in Louisville.
He was a native of Upton, Kentucky., owner/operator of K. Sullivan & Sons Inc., a Master Carpenter, an army veteran of World War II, a lifetime member of the Disabled American Veterans and a member of Clark Masonic Lodge No. 40, the Scottish Rite and First Southern Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, the former M. Pauline Emery; two sons, Kenneth G. Sullivan of Jeffersonville and Steven S. Sullivan of New Albany; two daughters, Diana S. Tagliarino of New Albany, and April Y. Powers of Sellersburg; three sisters, Bernice Adams and Eula Firth, both of Louisville; and Ruby Wirth of Hodgenville, Ky; and four grandchildren.
Arrangements are pending at E. M. Coots' Sons Funeral Home in Jeffersonville.

He was buried in January 1997 at Hickory Grove Cemetery, Carr Twp., Clark Co., IN.

Lydia Sullivan1

F, b. 27 August 1844, d. 7 May 1936
     Lydia Sullivan was born on 27 August 1844 at Salem Co., NJ.1 She married Benjamin F. Mullin. Lydia Sullivan died on 7 May 1936 at Lincoln, Logan Co., IL, at age 91. She was buried in May 1936 at Big Grove Cemetery, Mason Co., IL, Findagrave #117684646.

Child of Lydia Sullivan and Benjamin F. Mullin


  1. [S517] 1900 Federal Census, Mason County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 328; FHL #1240328.

Mamie Faye Sullivan1

F, b. 1889, d. 1932
     Mamie Faye Sullivan was born in 1889 at Ohio.1 She married Charles Wilbur Roush, son of Isaac Roush and Ann Rebecca Bland, on 6 November 1907 at Fayette Co., OH.1 Mamie Faye Sullivan died in 1932. She was buried in 1932 at Fairview Cemetery, Jeffersonville, Fayette Co., OH, Findagrave #140271746.

Child of Mamie Faye Sullivan and Charles Wilbur Roush


  1. [S1610] 1930 Federal Census, Fayette County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1792; FHL #2341526.

Mandy Jo Sullivan

F, b. 24 June 1965, d. 26 February 2012
     Mandy Jo Sullivan was born on 24 June 1965 at Wheeling, Ohio Co., WV. She was the daughter of Emmett Richard Sullivan and Mary Lois Carpenter. Mandy Jo Sullivan lived in 1995 at Canton, Stark Co., OH. She died on 26 February 2012 at age 46.

Margaret L. Sullivan

F, b. 13 January 1892, d. 12 February 1935
     Margaret L. Sullivan was born on 13 January 1892. She was the daughter of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green. Margaret L. Sullivan married Roy E. Tigner on 28 August 1912. Margaret L. Sullivan died on 12 February 1935 at age 43.

Children of Margaret L. Sullivan and Roy E. Tigner

Martha Sullivan

     Martha Sullivan married Gilbert Arnold.

Child of Martha Sullivan and Gilbert Arnold

Mary Anna Sullivan

F, b. 6 November 1889, d. 28 March 1981
     Mary Anna Sullivan was born on 6 November 1889. She was the daughter of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green. Mary Anna Sullivan married James M. Mast on 8 January 1908 at St. Mary's Church, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH. Mary Anna Sullivan died on 28 March 1981 at Amanda, Fairfield Co., OH, at age 91.

Children of Mary Anna Sullivan and James M. Mast

Mary Isabel Sullivan

F, b. 13 May 1900, d. 12 August 1986
     Mary Isabel Sullivan was born on 13 May 1900 at Ironwood, Gogebic Co., MI. She married Orval H. Bishop. Mary Isabel Sullivan died on 12 August 1986 at Dearborn, Wayne Co., MI, at age 86.

Child of Mary Isabel Sullivan and Orval H. Bishop

Mary Rose Sullivan

F, b. 25 January 1892, d. 24 November 1929
     Mary Rose Sullivan was born on 25 January 1892 at Chicago, Cook Co., IL. She married Aloysius Cornelius O'Dea on 3 May 1923 at Cook Co., IL. Mary Rose Sullivan died on 24 November 1929 at Cook Co., IL, at age 37.

Child of Mary Rose Sullivan and Aloysius Cornelius O'Dea

Michael Sullivan

M, b. circa 1686, d. circa 1737
     Michael Sullivan was born circa 1686 at Brunswick Co. (probably), VA. He was the son of (?) Sullivan. Michael Sullivan married Joyce Dupree.
Note: Land Grant and Will from:


Royal Land Grant

George the Second by the grace of God of Great Britain France (?) and Ireland

King Defender of the faith to all to whom those Presents shall round?

Granting know that for divers good ???? and considerations and butxxxx or especially for and in consideration of the sum of seventy five shillings of good and lawful money for our and paid to our ???? General of our ???? ???? Colony and Dominon of Virginia. We have given or granted and confirmed and by these presents for and our heirs and successors do give grant and confirm unto Micajah Sulivan one certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and thirty five acres lying and being in the county of Brunswick on the South side of Meherin River And bounded as follows (to wit). Beginning at a hickory on the River thence South 5 Degrees east twenty eight poles to a hickory and then South seventy five Degrees east one hundred and ten poles to a white oak. And then South thirty degrees East forty two poles to a white oak and then south eight degrees west thirty four poles to a gum. Then south thirty three degrees east one hundred and forty six poles to several trees thence inwards on his former line then by his former line north fifty degrees east fifty poles to a hickory thence south sixty four degrees east fifty four poles to a stake thence north four degrees east ninty four poles to a white oak thence North forty one degrees east fifty four poles to three hickorys a the river thence up the river as it runs to the first station.

With all woods fields , woods swamps, marshes lowgrounds meadows xxx and his own share of all divers mines and quarries as well xxxx as no xxxxx with xxxx bounds aforesaid and being part of the said quanity of two hundred and thirty five acres of land and the rivers waters and water courses the rivers mountains together with the privileges of hunting hawking fishing fowling and all the other professions Commodities and handiworks whatsever to the said or any part thereof xxxxxxxx Anywise appertaining to have hold possess and enjoy this said tract or parcel Of land and all other heretofore grants and provisos said every part thereof with there and Every of their appurtances unto the said Micajah Sulivan his heirs and assigns For ever to the only xx and xxx of xxxx himself said Micajah Sullivan his heirs and assigns As to be held of us our heirs xxxx as of our Manor East Greenville in this County of York in free and xxxx xxxx and not in capito or by the rights for unto vichinge (?)

Having unto us our heirs and insofar every fifty acres of land and xxxxx Proportionally for xxx or grant or quantity xxx fifty acres xxx of one Shilling yearly to be paid upon the feast of Saint xxxx xxx xxx

Also cultivating and improving three acres part of every fifty of the grant above Mentioned within three years after this date of these presents provided Always that if three years of the said xxx shall at any time xxx xxx xxx Unpaid of if the said Micajah Sullivan or his heirs or assigns do not within the space Of three years restoring xxxing after the date of those presents cultivate and improvements (?) And part of every fifty of the grant above mentioned xxxx xxx estate hereby grant xx Shall xxx and be utterly determined xxx and shall be lawful to And for us our heirs xxxxx to grant xxx lands privisos with xxx Appurtances unto xxx other possers or possessees as we our heir and successors shall xxx Fit.

In witness those we have granted our letter of patent to xxxx

Witnessed our xxx and xxx William Goode Esquire our xxxx

Lieutenant Governor and commander in chief of our said colony and dominion

At Williamsburgh unto the seal of our said Colonly the nineteenth of the day of June One thousand seven hunrded and thirty five in the first year our Reign.

William Gooch. Michael Sullivan died circa 1737. He left a will; Brunswick County, Virginia Deed Books, Volume 1, 1732-1745, 35, Will of Michael Sullivan

"Will of Michael Sullivan of Brunswick County, dated 16 Sept. 1736

Being sick and weak,

To my son John Sullivan the land I bought of William Weaver being the land I now live on containing 100 acres and 235 acres adjoyning being the same I took up as by patent 19 June 1735. Also an entry which I have in the hands of Col. Thomas Cocke, surveyor, for 100 acres adjoyning to the land I live on. All my wearing apparel and a white horse commonly called the plantation horse branded HB and two cows and calves, two narrow rimmed pewter dishes and one iron pott and pott hooks.

My Negro man James to my daughter Honour Sullivan and the bed and furniture whereon I now lye and a gold ring with a poesie vizt (when this you see remember me), two cows and calves, the biggest pied steer, two pewter broad rimmed deep dishes, iron pott and my black colt branded MS.

To my son Michael Sullivan 100 acres which I bought of David Cummings, one Negro man named Jack, three cows and calves, two large flatt dishes and a frying pann, a mare and a colt which now sucks her.

To my daughter Mary a Negro man call'd Phillip, two cows and calves, a grey colt branded MS and a gold ring.

My loving wife Joyce Sullivan sixteen head of cattle and all the remainder of my household goods, fifty barrells of Indian corn, all remainder of my stock both hoggs and cattle, she paying to William Wiggin (Taylor) the cow and calf and five hundred weight of dust pork which I am indebted to Nicholas Maggot. Also my riding horse with my saddle and housing.

The crop of tobacco which is now on the plantation be taken care of and stript, carried to the Inspectors and my debts to be paid of the said tobacco and all as remains I give seven pounds to my son John to buy him a bed and the remainder to be equallly devided between my wife and my other three children.

My clasp Bible to my daughter Honour.

My old Bible to my son John.

Mr. John Betty two pistoles to preach a funeral sermon.

The Whole Duty of Man to my wife.

I leave my daughter Honour to the care of her aunt Elizabeth Watkins wife of John Watkins living in Henrico county near the brook bridge and to have her Negro and all the rest of her goods in possession and to give my daughter two years schooling."

The rest of my children to the care of my wife during her widdohood and if she marry then I desire that his aunt Watkins may have my son Michael and his estae and I desire he may have five years schooling.

My loving wife and Lewis Dupree executors.

Michael (X) Sullivan

Wit: Jno. Irby, John Gladdish, James Lundy, Burchet (K) Turner.

2 June 1737. Presented in Court by Joyce Sullivan proved by John Irby and John Gladdish.

Children of Michael Sullivan

Child of Michael Sullivan and Joyce Dupree

Mildred E. Sullivan

F, b. 23 July 1905, d. 7 June 1966
     Mildred E. Sullivan married William H. Fessler. Mildred E. Sullivan was born on 23 July 1905 at Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH. She was the daughter of Joseph Sullivan and Clara A. Westenhouser. Mildred E. Sullivan was buried in June 1966 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH. She died on 7 June 1966 at Newark, Licking Co., OH, at age 60.

Russell A. Sullivan

M, b. 24 August 1899
     Note: Had a trading post in Chitna Alaska on the Alaskan highway commission for forty years. Married a school teacher in Alaska then retired to Hawaii.
Russell A. Sullivan was born on 24 August 1899. He was the son of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green.

Stella M. Sullivan

F, b. 28 July 1882, d. 12 April 1959
     Stella M. Sullivan was born on 28 July 1882. She was the daughter of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green. Stella M. Sullivan married Edgar R. Pierce on 26 June 1901. Stella M. Sullivan died on 12 April 1959 at age 76. She was buried in April 1959 at St. Joseph Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH.

Children of Stella M. Sullivan and Edgar R. Pierce

Walter C. Sullivan

M, b. 17 February 1914, d. 17 May 1984
     Walter C. Sullivan married Arlene Willis. Walter C. Sullivan was born on 17 February 1914. He was the son of Joseph Sullivan and Clara A. Westenhouser. Walter C. Sullivan died on 17 May 1984 at Newark, Licking Co., OH, at age 70. He was buried in May 1984 at Cedar Hill Cemetery, Newark, Licking Co., OH.

William Henry Sullivan

M, b. 15 August 1843, d. 18 February 1910
     William Henry Sullivan was born on 15 August 1843 at Fairfield Co., OH. He married Mary Ann Green, daughter of John Mordecai Green and Mary Conrad, on 24 December 1878 at Pickaway Co., OH. William Henry Sullivan died on 18 February 1910 at age 66.

Children of William Henry Sullivan and Mary Ann Green

Allen Sullivant1

M, b. 16 October 1860
     Allen Sullivant died at England. He was born on 16 October 1860. He was the son of William Starling Sullivant and Caroline Eudora Sutton. Allen Sullivant lived in 1880 at Manhattan, New York Co., NY, living with mother in 1880 census.2


  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 185.
  2. [S860] 1880 Federal Census, Greater New York City, New York. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Rolls 866-900; FHL# 1254866-900.

Allen Sullivant1

M, b. 23 September 1870
     Allen Sullivant was born on 23 September 1870 at Illinois. He was the son of Joseph McDowell Sullivant and Mary Allen. Allen Sullivant married Mary S. (?) circa 1897 at Geary Co. (probably), KS.2

Children of Allen Sullivant and Mary S. (?)


  1. [S20] Joseph Sullivant, A Genealogy and Family Memorial, 186.
  2. [S611] 1900 Federal Census, Geary County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 481; FHL #1240481.
  3. [S612] 1910 Federal Census, Geary County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 440; FHL #1374453.
  4. [S613] 1920 Federal Census, Geary County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 533.

Allen H. Sullivant1

M, b. April 1900
     Allen H. Sullivant was born in April 1900 at Geary Co., KS.1 He was the son of Allen Sullivant and Mary S. (?)1 Allen H. Sullivant married Anna (?) circa 1926 at Geary Co. (probably), KS.

Child of Allen H. Sullivant and Anna (?)


  1. [S611] 1900 Federal Census, Geary County, Kansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 481; FHL #1240481.

Andrew E. Rodgers Sullivant

M, b. October 1883, d. after 1910
     Andrew E. Rodgers Sullivant was born in October 1883 at Pennsylvania. He was the son of Thomas Starling Sullivant and Agnes C. (?) Andrew E. Rodgers Sullivant died after 1910.

Anne Sullivant

     Anne Sullivant was born at Mecklenburg Co., VA. She was the daughter of Michael Sullivant and Hannah Lucas. Anne Sullivant married (?) Lucas.
Note: This Lucas cousin of Anne Sullivant's had a descendant who was governor of North Carolina, per the Joseph Sullivant book.