Sullivan, Mrs. Julia

Mrs. Julia Sullivan, nee O’Neill: She was the wife of Florence Sullivan.  She was the wife of Florence Sullivan. She had been born 1887 or 1888 in Rosscarbery, County Cork, Ireland. Her parents were Daniel and Joanna (nee O’Neill?) O’Neill. She had met Florence Sullivan in New York, where Julia worked for eight years with a childless wealthy Long Island family, the Branders, who also found Florence a job at the fashionable Stuyvesant Club in the city. Sadly, the Branders died within three months of each other and left everything to Julia. She and Florence married 30 August 1914 in Massachusetts and were planning to come back to Cloneigh after his father died. She was noted as a waitress living at 27 Auburn Street, Boston, when they married. They both survived the sinking. Their point of origin was Boston, Massachusetts.  

Boston Daily Globe 9 May 1915

The material presented on this page has been researched by Peter Engberg-Klarström. Copyright 2017 Peter Engberg-Klarström.
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