Some Descendants of Patrick SULLIVAN and Catherine BLAKE
from County Meath to Lot 8, Concession 2, Osgoode Township
	
	1  	Patrick Sullivan	1780 - ? My GGGGrandfather - County Meath
..		+Catherine Blake	1784 - ? My GGGGrandmother - may have died in County Meath, Ireland
.......	2  	Nicholas Sullivan	 1806 - 1862 My GGGrandfather .. came to Canada 1840
...........		+ Mary McGee	1827 - 1861 d/o Francis McGee and Catherine DUFFY from County Armagh
................	3  	Ellen Sullivan	
................	3  	Catherine Sullivan	1845 - 1927
....................		+ Thomas Christopher	1836 - 1898 My GGRANDPARENTS, from County Waterford
.........................	4  	May Christopher	
.........................	4  	Mary Christopher	1872 - 1952
.........................	4  	Patrick Christopher	1874 -
.........................	4  	Bridget Ellen (Nellie) Christopher	1875 - 1928
.............................		+ George Hoover	(lawyer, Wash. DC, related to J. Edgar HOOVER)
.........................	4  	Thomas Christopher	1878 - 1948
.............................		+Margaret McDonald	
.........................		
.........................	4  	Michael Francis Christopher	1879 - 1896
.........................	4  	Bartholomew Christopher	1881 - 1903
.........................	4  	Edward Christopher	1883 - 1900
.........................	4  	Anna Celina Christopher	1884 - 1947
.............................		+John Currie Emo	1862 - 1941
.........................	4  	Catherine Theresa Christopher	1885 - 1957 My Grandmother
.............................		+ John George Burns	1880 - 1952 My Grandfather (
.........................	4  	Sarah Christopher	1888 - 1909
.........................	4  	Bertha Christopher	1889 - 1976 (ashes buried at Our Lady of the Visitation)
.............................		+ Leyland Murrin	Brooklyn N.Y., USA
.........................	4  	Martha Christopher	1890 - 1976
.........................	4  	Margaret Christopher	1870 - 1903
.............................		+ Patrick Fox	
................	3  	Francis Sullivan	1847 - 1912
................	3  	Mary Sullivan	1848 -
....................		+ Michael Burns	1842 - 1896
.........................	4  	Margaret Burns	1872 - 1951
.........................	4  	Michael L. Burns	1878 -
.........................	4  	John J. Burns	1880 -
................	3  	Patrick Sullivan	1848 - 1912
....................		+ Julia O'Brien	1855 - 1920
.........................	4  	Minnie Theresa Sullivan	1878 - 1911
.........................	4  	Nicholas Sullivan	1879 -
.............................		+Anna Fox	
.........................	4  	Michael Sullivan	1882 - 1884
.........................	4  	Mary Ann Sullivan	1883 - 1976
.............................		+John Fox	1872 - 1950
.........................	4  	John Sullivan	1887 -
.............................		+Theresa Donovan	
................	3  	Michael Sullivan	1850 -
................	3  	Annie Sullivan	1855 -
................	3  	Margaret Sullivan	1856 - ? marr. 1894, St. Patrick's, Kent St., downtown
....................		+ Joseph N. Brooks	 witnesses were Daniel FOGARTY and Mary BURNS
................	3  	Elizabeth Sullivan	1858 -
................	3  	Mary Sullivan	1852 -
.......	2  	Patrick Sullivan	1813 -
...........		+ Mary Keane	1821 - ? (CAIN)
................	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
.........................	4  	Patrick Sullivan	1895 - 1937
................	3  	Jeremiah Sullivan	 1846 - 1848

 September 25, 2015, Picture of the Sullivan farm buildings
and here is the original land grant for Nicholas Sullivan in 1845 on, you guessed it, the Manotick Station Road. Nicholas put down roots on a clergy reserve, paid rent on it, improved it then applied to buy 200 acres.
Thanks to Mary Quinn who found this record on the Internet for us.

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