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Dan Sullivan286 viewsEldest son of Michael & Noreen Sullivan worked on building sites in U.K. later with youngest brother, Jim. Settled in Egremont, Cumbria. Died in 1973.
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Jack Sullivan & unknown friend284 viewsJack served in the Royal Navy during WW2, he later returned and built the current family home.
He lived in London, married Maude and raised their family. He died early in 2008 aged 92.
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Jerry and Bridie288 viewsEmigrated to New York with brother, Paddy. Married Bridie and they had a daughter and son, Eileen and Donald. They lived in Brooklyn.
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Jim, Flor and broods310 views
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Jim Sullivan281 viewsYoungest child of Michael & Noreen. Settled in Egremont, Cumbria. Married Margaret and they had six children, Jim,Kerry,Jerry,Pat,Michael and Noreen. Jerry died in infancy. Jim died in 1979.
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Glanmore West 1929326 views Michael and Noreen O'Sullivan with baby Jim (my late father) and Dan,Flor,Jerry and Paddy. Photo taken summer 1929 at Glanmore West north of Hungry Hill.
Michael & Noreen had two further children, Jack and Nellie.
Flor remained at the farm. Nellie married John O'Shea at Gurranes.Jack lived in London. Dan and Jim lived in Cumbria,U.K. Jerry and Paddy emigrated to Brooklyn.
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Paddy Sullivan295 viewsEmigrated to New York with brother, Jerry. Married Anne and they raised four sons. They lived in Brooklyn.


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Nellie, Michael, Dan, Noreen and Nellie's children315 views
 
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