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Trying to find Sullivan
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|Wendy||Report||23 Mar 2007 09:23|
I'd like to hear from relatives of relatives of Patrick Sullivan, a sea captain, born 1870's(?) probably in County Wicklow, Eire. His wife was possibly Spanish and they had several children including my maternal grandmother, Mary Sullivan. She married a Richard Hayes who died in 1925 leaving her with 2 small children Peter and Margaret Evelyn (Peggy). Mary Sullivan later married Charles Bylthin, my grandfather. They lived in Pimlico and Chester, among other places. Mary and Charles had 3 children Alan, Betty (Elizabeth) and Joan (Violet) .