Descendants of Patrick SULLIVAN and Catherine BLAKE
County Meath, Ireland to Concession 2, Osgoode Township

	
Patrick Sullivan and Catherine Blake
Note: Patrick Sullivan and Catherine Blake may not have emigrated to Canada. Their son, Nicholas O'Sullivan came from County Meath to South Gloucester / Osgoode Township in 1842. In 1845, Nicholas Sullivan acquired a wilderness farm property in the Manotick Station Road. Thanks to Mary Quinn for finding this document!
Land Grant to Nicholas Sullivan, 1845
1 Patrick Sullivan 1780 - ? .. + Catherine Blake 1784 - ? ....... 2 Nicholas Sullivan 1806 - 1862 (my GGGrandfather ... buried at Our Lady of the Visitation, no stone now ... Al) ........... + Mary McGee 1827 - 1861 d/o Francis McGee and Catherine Duffy ................ 3 Ellen Sullivan ................ 3 Catherine Sullivan 1845 - 1927 .................... + Thomas Christopher 1836 - 1898 ................ 3 Francis Sullivan 1847 - 1912 ................ 3 Mary Sullivan 1848 - .................... + Michael Burns 1842 - 1896 ................ 3 Patrick Sullivan 1848 - 1912 .................... + Julia O'Brien 1855 - 1920 ................ 3 Michael Sullivan 1850 - ................ 3 Annie Sullivan 1855 - ................ 3 Margaret Sullivan 1856 - ? married 1894 .................... + Joseph N. Brooks (witnesses at marriage were Daniel FOGARTY and Mary BURNS) ................ 3 Elizabeth Sullivan 1858 - ................ 3 Mary Sullivan 1852 -
Jeremiah Sullivan and Mary McCarthy
....... 2 Patrick Sullivan 1813 - ........... + Mary Keane 1821 - (Kane, Cain) ................ 3 Jeremiah Sullivan 1846 - 1848 ................ 3 John Sullivan 1851 - 1876 ................ 3 Mary Sullivan 1852 - ................ 3 Julia Sullivan 1855 - 1927 ................ 3 Margaret Sullivan 1855 - ................ 3 Michael Sullivan 1857 - 1929 .................... + Elizabeth Stackpole 1858 - 1935

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