Florence Sullivan: He was a native of Clonleigh, Kilgarvan, County Kerry. They had been living at 367 Main Street, Charlestown, Mass. They expected to visit relatives in County Kerry. They were married in St. Francis de Sales Church rectory, Charlestown, in August 1914 (possibly 30 August). Mr. Sullivan, aged 28, came to America three years before the sinking and became a motorman on the Boston Elevated Railway Company. His parents seem to have been Denis (an agricultural labourer) and Julia (nee Warren) Sullivan, who had married in early 1881 in Kenmare, Ireland, and the family was Roman Catholic; in 1901 the family lived at Churchground in Kilgarvan, Kerry. He had a brother, Denis F., who 1 January 1916 married Josephine Ryan in Manhattan, New York. The Cunard Line stated his point of origin was Boston, Massachusetts.
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