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Denis Sullivan of Australia was born in 1775 to Patrick Sullivan and Abigail Sweeney Sullivan. Denis Sullivan died at age 90 years old in 1865.
Cornelius Sullivan of Australia was born in 1777 to Donohue Daniel Sullivan and Bridget Sullivan. He had a sister Margaret Sullivan. Cornelius Sullivan died at age 101 years old in 1878.
Daniel Sullivan of Melbourne, St Francis Melbourne Parish County Australia was born in 1782, and died at age 65 years old in 1847 in Melbourne.
Dan Sullivan of Melbourne, St Francis Melbourne Parish County Australia was born in 1782, and died at age 65 years old in 1847 in Melbourne.
Thomas Sullivan of Australia was born in 1785, and died at age 70 years old in 1855.
Thomas Sullivan of Australia was born in 1785, and died at age 70 years old in 1855.
Hannah Sullivan of Australia was born in 1787 to Looney Timothy Sullivan and Johanna Murphy Sullivan. Hannah Sullivan died at age 76 years old in 1863.
William Sullivan of Australia was born in 1788 to William Sullivan and Mary Sullivan. He had siblings Patrick Sullivan and Jeremiah Sullivan. William Sullivan died at age 78 years old in 1866.
John Sullivan of Australia was born in 1788, and died at age 75 years old in 1863.
John Sullivan of Australia was born in 1791, and died at age 88 years old in 1879.
James Sullivan of Australia was born in 1792 to Robert Sullivan and Mary Thomson Sullivan. He had siblings Hobart Edward Sullivan, Peter Porteous Sullivan, Norman Leslie Sullivan, Bernard John Sullivan, Catherine Dulcie Sullivan, Sarah May Sullivan, and John Bernard Sullivan. James Sullivan died at age 88 years old in 1880.
Mary Ann Sullivan of Kingower Australia was born in 1792 to Murphy Daniel Sullivan and Mary Noble Sullivan. Mary Sullivan died at age 109 years old in 1901 in Kingower.

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Bridget Claire (Sullivan) Burris was born on May 28, 1951 in Elmira, Chemung County, New York United States. Bridget Burris got married to Donald Vincent Burris in 1980 in Elmira, Chemung County, and has children Matthew Joseph Burris, John Paul Burris, and Luke Burris. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Bridget Claire Burris.
Patsy Ann Sullivan was born on May 20, 1945 in Buckeye, Arizona United States to James Franklin Sullivan, and died at age 19 years old on July 10, 1964 in Phoenix, Arizona United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Patsy Ann (Sullivan).
James Franklin Sullivan was born on April 11, 1922 to Martin Luther Sullivan and Eliza Ellen Sullivan, and had a brother George B Sullivan. He was the father of Patsy Ann (Sullivan). James Sullivan died at age 66 years old on November 17, 1988 in Phoenix, Arizona United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember James Franklin Sullivan.
George Burnam Sullivan of Camp Verde, Yavapai County, Arizona was born on October 19, 1923 at Frog Tank (It is where lower Lake Pleasant is now) in Maricopa County to Martin Luther Sullivan and Eliza Ellen Sullivan. He had a brother James Franklin Sullivan. George Sullivan died at age 86 years old on January 12, 2010 in Camp Verde, Yavapai County.
Elza Ellen (Heckle) Sullivan was born on October 22, 1890 in Mammoth, Arizona United States. She was in a relationship with Martin Luther Sullivan, and had children James Franklin Sullivan and George B Sullivan. Elza Sullivan died at age 85 years old on March 26, 1976 in Buckeye. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Eliza Ellen Sullivan.
Martin Luther Sullivan was born on July 19, 1880 in Brownsville, Texas United States. He was in a relationship with Eliza Ellen Sullivan, and had children James Franklin Sullivan and George B Sullivan. Martin Sullivan died at age 80 years old on November 3, 1960 in Buckeye, AZ. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Martin Luther Sullivan.
Timothy Reece Sullivan, born on July 10th, 1959, was born to Henry Watterson Sullivan (1915 - 1977) and Marguerite Reece. in Barren County, Kentucky. His father was also born in Kentucky. Timothy R. Sullivan, age 28, married Tami Strange Capps, age 22, on August 8th, 1987 in Cumberland County, Kentucky. A retired Kentucky State Police detective, Timothy died at the young age of 35 of leukemia. See Timothy R Sullivan: Obituary.
Rita Ruth (Sullivan) Carrow was born on September 25, 1952 in Dover, Kent County, Delaware United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Rita Ruth Carrow.
Elizabeth Mary (Harnett - Sullivan) Wright of Sea Lake, Buloke Shire County, VIC Australia was born on March 12, 1945 in Carlton, City of Melbourne County to William Harnett and Mollie Harriet McGregor Rogers Harnett. She married Daryl James Sullivan in 1962 in Carlton, City of Melbourne County, Victoria, and had children Daryl James Sullivan - Wright, Pamela Maree Sullivan-Titheridge, and Darlene Anne Sullivan - Wohlers. Elizabeth Wright died at age 70 years old on May 27, 2015 at Brain Cancer, and was buried at Sea Lake Cemetery, in Sea Lake, Buloke Shire County, VIC.
Daryl James Sullivan Mr of Carlton, VIC Australia was born on April 12, 1945 in Carlton to Clive James Sullivan and Lorna Berry Sullivan. He has a sister Pamela Lorna Sullivan. Daryl Sullivan married Elizabeth Mary Harnett - Wright in 1962 in Carlton, City of Melbourne County, Victoria, and has children Daryl James Sullivan - Wright, Pamela Maree Sullivan-Titheridge, and Darlene Anne Sullivan - Wohlers. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Daryl James Sullivan.
Pamela Maree (Wright) Sullivan-Titheridge of Carlton, VIC Australia was born on May 2, 1964 at Women's Hospital, in Carlton to Daryl James Sullivan and Elizabeth Mary Harnett - Wright. Pamela Sullivan-Titheridge has siblings Daryl James Sullivan - Wright and Darlene Anne Sullivan - Wohlers.
Pamela Lorna Sullivan of Carlton Australia was born to Clive James Sullivan and Lorna Berry Sullivan, and had a brother Daryl James Sullivan. Pamela Sullivan died in 1949 in Carlton. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Pamela Lorna Sullivan.
John Leslie Sullivan of Clark County, Nevada. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember John Leslie Sullivan.
James D Sullivan of Chesterfield, Saint Louis County, MO was born on July 4, 1922, and died at age 78 years old on October 2, 2000.
Betty Jane (Breit) Sullivan was born to Ida Breit and Stephen Breit, and has a brother Stephen Breit. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Betty Jane Sullivan.
Claude L Sullivan of Camden, Ouachita County, AR was born on May 2, 1942 to Thad J Sullivan and Callie Sullivan. Claude Sullivan died at age 55 years old on September 11, 1997.
Gregory Sullivan was married to Mary “Sissy” (Kane) Sullivan, and has a child Beezee (Sullivan) Honan. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Gregory Sullivan.
Mary “Sissy” (Kane) Sullivan
Obituary Mary “Sissy” Kane Sullivan of Wellesley Hills passed away on July 29, 2023. She was 84 years old. Sissy was dedicated to her family, her dogs, and the town of Wellesley where she lived most of her adult life. Raised in Lake Forest, IL, Sissy graduated from Newton College of the Sacred Heart (now Boston College) Class of 1961 and married her best friend’s (Gael Daly) brother, Gregory. While working in hospital admissions and raising 4 children in Wellesley Hills, Sissy became devoted to the community and vigorously volunteered time first as a crossing guard, the League of Women Voters, and as a decades-long elected member of Town Meeting and Wellesley’s Planning Board. After working to financially manage college tuition for her children, Sissy Sullivan joined the financial planning industry and put her economics major from college to work. Sissy’s love of family and her adopted town were only eclipsed by the bond with her dogs. Freckles, Rosie, Daisy, Siri, Daffy, Mandy, Lucy, and Leo were beloved pets and Sissy relished spreading the love and joy she experienced with them. Sissy leaves her two sons, Gregory of Rockport (spouse Ann Woodbury), Thomas of Arlington (spouse Juliane Sullivan): two daughters, Beezee (Honan) of Marblehead (spouse Tom Honan), Barbara (Roehrig) of Denver (spouse Chip Roehrig): one brother, Michael (spouse Judy Kane): and grandchildren, Maura, Timothy, Melissa, Jess, Charles, Calvin, and Gregory. Visiting hours with the family will be held on Thursday, August 3rd from 4:00 to 7:00pm at George F. Doherty & Sons Funeral Home located at 477 Washington Street in Wellesley. A funeral Mass will be held on Friday morning, August 4th at St. John the Evangelist, 9 Glen Road, Wellesley Hills at 10:00am. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that you consider donating to MSPCA-Angell or the National Multiple Sclerosis Society or the Alzheimer’s Association in Sissy’s name.
Beezee (Sullivan) Honan was born to Mary “Sissy” (Kane) Sullivan and Gregory Sullivan. Beezee Sullivan married Thomas "Tom' Honan. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Beezee (Sullivan) Honan.
Terri Lynn (Hanson) Sullivan was born on June 9, 1967 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa United States to Wilma M Hanson and Russell Wayne Hanson. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Terri Lynn Sullivan.

Popular Sullivan Biographies

Ed Sullivan
Edward Vincent Sullivan (September 28, 1901 – October 13, 1974) was an American television personality, impresario,[2] sports and entertainment reporter, and syndicated columnist for the New York Daily News and the Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate. He is principally remembered as the creator and host of the television variety program The Toast of the Town, later popularly—and, eventually, officially—renamed The Ed Sullivan Show. Broadcast for 23 years from 1948 to 1971, it set a record as the longest-running variety show in US broadcast history.[3] "It was, by almost any measure, the last great TV show," said television critic David Hinckley. "It's one of our fondest, dearest pop culture memories."[4] Sullivan was a broadcasting pioneer at many levels during television's infancy. As TV critic David Bianculli wrote, "Before MTV, Sullivan presented rock acts. Before Bravo, he presented jazz and classical music and theater. Before the Comedy Channel, even before there was the Tonight Show, Sullivan discovered, anointed and popularized young comedians. Before there were 500 channels, before there was cable, Ed Sullivan was where the choice was. From the start, he was indeed 'the Toast of the Town'."[5] In 1996, Sullivan was ranked number 50 on TV Guide's "50 Greatest TV Stars of All Time". Early life and career Edward Vincent Sullivan was born on September 28, 1901 in Harlem, New York City, the son of Elizabeth F. (née Smith) and Peter Arthur Sullivan, a customs house employee, and grew up in Port Chester, New York.[7] He was of Irish descent.[8] The entire family loved music, and someone was always playing the piano or singing. A phonograph was a prized possession; the family loved playing all types of records on it. Sullivan was a gifted athlete in high school, earning 12 athletic letters at Port Chester High School. He played halfback in football; he was a guard in basketball; in track he was a sprinter. With the baseball team, Sullivan was catcher and team captain, and he led the team to several championships. Baseball made an impression on him that would affect his career as well as the culture of America. Sullivan noted that, in the state of New York, regarding high school sports, then integration was taken for granted: "When we went up into Connecticut, we ran into clubs that had Negro players. In those days this was accepted as commonplace; and so, my instinctive antagonism years later to any theory that a Negro wasn't a worthy opponent or was an inferior person. It was just as simple as that." Sullivan landed his first job at The Port Chester Daily Item, a local newspaper for which he had written sports news while in high school and then joined the paper full-time after graduation. In 1919, he joined The Hartford Post. The newspaper folded in his first week there, but he landed another job on The New York Evening Mail as a sports reporter. After The Evening Mail closed in 1923, he bounced through a series of news jobs with The Associated Press, The Philadelphia Bulletin, The Morning World, The Morning Telegraph, The New York Bulletin and The Leader. Finally, in 1927, Sullivan joined The Evening Graphic, first as a sports writer, and then as a sports editor. In 1929, when Walter Winchell moved to The Daily Mirror, Sullivan was made Broadway columnist. He left the Graphic for the city's largest tabloid, the New York Daily News. His column, "Little Old New York", concentrated on Broadway shows and gossip, as Winchell's had; and, like Winchell, he did show-business news broadcasts on radio. Again echoing Winchell, Sullivan took on yet another medium in 1933 by writing and starring in the film Mr. Broadway, which has him guiding the audience around New York nightspots to meet entertainers and celebrities. Sullivan soon became a powerful starmaker in the entertainment world himself, becoming one of Winchell's main rivals, setting the El Morocco nightclub in New York as his unofficial headquarters against Winchell's seat of power at the nearby Stork Club. Sullivan continued writing for The News throughout his broadcasting career, and his popularity long outlived Winchell's.[citation needed] Throughout his career as a columnist, Sullivan had dabbled in entertainment—producing vaudeville shows with which he appeared as master of ceremonies in the 1920s and 1930s, directing a radio program over the original WABC (now WCBS) and organizing benefit reviews for various causes. Radio In 1941, Sullivan was host of the Summer Silver Theater, a variety program on CBS, with Will Bradley as bandleader and a guest star featured each week. Television In 1948, Marlo Lewis, a producer, got the CBS network to hire Sullivan to do a weekly Sunday-night TV variety show, Toast of the Town, which later became The Ed Sullivan Show. Debuting in June 1948, the show was originally broadcast from the Maxine Elliott Theatre on West 39th Street in New York City. In January 1953, it moved to CBS-TV Studio 50, at 1697 Broadway (at 53rd Street) in New York City, which in 1967 was renamed the Ed Sullivan Theater (and was later the home of the Late Show with David Letterman and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert). Studio 50 was formerly a CBS Radio studio, from 1936 to 1953, and before that was the legitimate Hammerstein Theatre, built in 1927. Television critics gave the new show and its host poor reviews. Harriet Van Horne alleged that "he got where he is not by having a personality, but by having no personality." (The host wrote to the critic, "Dear Miss Van Horne: You b****. Sincerely, Ed Sullivan.") Sullivan had little acting ability; in 1967, 20 years after his show's debut, Time magazine asked, "What exactly is Ed Sullivan's talent?" His mannerisms on camera were so awkward that some viewers believed the host suffered from Bell's palsy. Time in 1955 stated that Sullivan resembled a cigar-store Indian, the Cardiff Giant and a stone-faced monument just off the boat from Easter Island. He moves like a sleepwalker; his smile is that of a man sucking a lemon; his speech is frequently lost in a thicket of syntax; his eyes pop from their sockets or sink so deep in their bags that they seem to be peering up at the camera from the bottom of twin wells. Carmen Miranda on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1953 The magazine concluded, however, that "Yet, instead of frightening children, Ed Sullivan charms the whole family." Sullivan appeared to the audience as an average guy who brought the great acts of show business to their home televisions. "Ed Sullivan will last", comedian Fred Allen said, "as long as someone else has talent", and frequent guest Alan King said, "Ed does nothing, but he does it better than anyone else in television."[13] He had a newspaperman's instinct for what the public wanted, and programmed his variety hours with remarkable balance. There was something for everyone. A typical show would feature a vaudeville act (acrobats, jugglers, magicians, etc.), one or two popular comedians, a singing star, a hot jukebox favorite, a figure from the legitimate theater, and for the kids, a visit with puppet "Topo Gigio, the little Italian mouse", or a popular athlete. The bill was often international in scope, with many European performers augmenting the American artists. Sullivan had a healthy sense of humor about himself and permitted—even encouraged—impersonators such as John Byner, Frank Gorshin, Rich Little, and especially Will Jordan to imitate him on his show. Johnny Carson also did a fair impression, and even Joan Rivers imitated Sullivan's unique posture. The impressionists exaggerated his stiffness, raised shoulders, and nasal tenor phrasing, along with some of his commonly used introductions, such as "And now, right here on our stage ...", "For all you youngsters out there ...", and "a really big shew" (his pronunciation of the word "show"). Will Jordan portrayed Sullivan in the films I Wanna Hold Your Hand, The Buddy Holly Story, The Doors, Mr. Saturday Night, Down with Love, and in the 1979 TV movie Elvis. Sullivan inspired a song in the musical Bye Bye Birdie,[14] and in 1963, appeared as himself in the film. In 1954, Sullivan was a co-host on a memorable TV musical special, General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein.[15]
James Sullivan
James P Sullivan was born on June 21, 1843. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember James Sullivan.
Abbie Frances (Moses) Sullivan
Abbie Sullivan died on November 4, 2000. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Abbie Frances (Moses) Sullivan.
Annie Victoria (Simcock) Sullivan of Somerville, Shire of Mornington Peninsula County, VIC Australia was born on March 13, 1906 in Hastings to Henry"Harry" Simcock and Annie (Hayes) Simcock. She had siblings Olive Eileen Simcock, Violet May (Simcock) Griffith, Henry "Harry" William Simcock, and Ruby Hazel Simcock. She married James Wallace Sullivan in 1926, and had a child William Sullivan. Annie Sullivan died at age 46 years old on July 22, 1952 in Somerville.
Robert Leo Sullivan Sr. was born in 1926 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire United States. He was in a relationship with Norma Jean (Lee) Sullivan, and had children Robert Leo Sullivan Jr., Thomas Lee Sullivan, Daniel Michael Sullivan, Kathleen Mary (Sullivan) Catalano-Smith, and John Lawrence Sullivan. Robert Sullivan died at age 66 years old in 1992 in Rochester. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Robert Leo Sullivan Sr..
Elizabeth "Betty" A. Perceval
Elizabeth Agnes (Sullivan) Perceval of Long Beach, Nassau County, NY was born on April 17, 1915 in Baltimore, Maryland United States, and died at age 85 years old on April 17, 2000.
Julia Agnes (Sullivan) Dejarlais of Omeo, East Gippsland Shire County, VIC Australia was born on January 1, 1840 in Limerick, LK Ireland. She was married to David Maglorie Dejarlais, and had children Josephine Elizabeth Clare Agnes Dejarlais, Jerome Frederick DeJarlais, David Magloire Dejarlais, Lillian Dejarlais Pendergast, Olivia Sophia (Dejarlais) Harland, Louis Charles Dejarlais, Emanuel Joseph Dejarlais, Edwin Samuel Dejarlais, Eugenie Victoria DeJarlais Longworth, and Charles Eugene Dejarlais. Julia Dejarlais died at age 77 years old on July 12, 1917 in Omeo, VIC Australia.
Fannie  Sullivan-Rusk
Fannie Sullivan-Rusk was born in 1871. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Fannie Sullivan-Rusk.
Shawnee Desiree Sullivan
Shawnee Desiree (McWilliams) Sullivan of Globe, Gila County, Arizona United States was born on August 14, 1967 in San Diego, San Diego County, CA to Avalee McCallister and John McWilliams. She has a sister Cherokee McWilliams. Shawnee Sullivan is the mother of Iroquois Daniel Sullivan, Seneca Brooke Sullivan, and Devin Randall Sullivan. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Shawnee Desiree Sullivan.
Fran Sullivan of St Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands was born on August 11, 1966, and died at age 27 years old on April 7, 1994 at St. Thomas. Fran Sullivan was buried in Batavia, Genesee County, New York United States.
Kathleen Sullivan
Kathleen Sullivan was born in Oklahoma United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Kathleen Sullivan.
William Sullivan
William Fraser Sullivan was born on December 16, 1891. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember William Sullivan.
Elizabeth Mary (Harnett - Sullivan) Wright of Sea Lake, Buloke Shire County, VIC Australia was born on March 12, 1945 in Carlton, City of Melbourne County to William Harnett and Mollie Harriet McGregor Rogers Harnett. She married Daryl James Sullivan in 1962 in Carlton, City of Melbourne County, Victoria, and had children Daryl James Sullivan - Wright, Pamela Maree Sullivan-Titheridge, and Darlene Anne Sullivan - Wohlers. Elizabeth Wright died at age 70 years old on May 27, 2015 at Brain Cancer, and was buried at Sea Lake Cemetery, in Sea Lake, Buloke Shire County, VIC.
Anna Jean (Sullivan) Jasmin
Anna Jean was the most wonderful Mother she was beautiful inside and out. I Lesley Loved her with my whole Heart and she was a wonderful Grandmother and Loving person
Sullins parents were Dr. B. F and Jessie E. Sullivan, and he had siblings Lyles C. Sullivan, Mary Belle Sullivan, Frances S. Clark, Jessie E. Sullivan, Lake Ann Currieo, Taylor, Robert H. Sullivan.
Phyllis (Gould) Sullivan was born to Fredrick Gould and Annie Gould, and has siblings Gordon Quinlan Gould, Barbara (Gould) Schindler, and Harold Moriarty born Gould. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Phyllis (Gould).
Shirley Temple (Sullivan) Gooding was born on June 23, 1945 in New York, New York United States. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Shirley Temple (Sullivan) Gooding.
Claude L Sullivan of Camden, Ouachita County, AR was born on May 2, 1942 to Thad J Sullivan and Callie Sullivan. Claude Sullivan died at age 55 years old on September 11, 1997.
Eleanor (Sullivan) Park
Eleanor (Sullivan) Park was born on July 25, 1821. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Eleanor (Sullivan) Park.
Seneca Sullivan was born on April 8, 1994 at Mesa, az. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Seneca Brooke Sullivan.

Sullivan Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Sullivan family member is 72.0 years old according to our database of 88,910 people with the last name Sullivan that have a birth and death date listed.

Life Expectancy

72.0 years

Oldest Sullivans

These are the longest-lived members of the Sullivan family on AncientFaces.

John Sullivan of Rockaway Park, Queens County, NY was born on April 18, 1868, and died at age 116 years old in December 1984.
116 years
Ellen Sullivan of Bayside, Queens County, NY was born on September 28, 1865, and died at age 115 years old in March 1981.
115 years
Edward J Sullivan of Inglewood, Los Angeles County, CA was born on November 7, 1893, and died at age 112 years old on January 1, 2006.
112 years
Virgil Sullivan of Kirksville, Adair County, Missouri was born on January 21, 1861, and died at age 109 years old in February 1970.
109 years
Marguerite W Sullivan of Bay City, Bay County, MI was born on May 27, 1898, and died at age 108 years old on January 26, 2007.
108 years
Mary Sullivan of Waterbury, New Haven County, CT was born on May 6, 1899, and died at age 108 years old on March 21, 2008.
108 years
Mary Ann Sullivan of Kingower Australia was born in 1792 to Murphy Daniel Sullivan and Mary Noble Sullivan. Mary Sullivan died at age 109 years old in 1901 in Kingower.
109 years
Beatrice Mae Sullivan of Dallas, Dallas County, Texas was born on March 17, 1902, and died at age 109 years old on March 27, 2011.
109 years
Addie Sullivan of Madison, Madison County, Alabama was born on October 4, 1875, and died at age 107 years old in August 1983.
107 years
William Sullivan of Sardis, Dallas County, Alabama was born on August 10, 1876, and died at age 107 years old in May 1984.
107 years
Kate W Sullivan of Savannah, Chatham County, GA was born on December 8, 1896, and died at age 107 years old on April 29, 2004.
107 years
Sr M Sullivan of Sinsinawa, Grant County, WI was born on March 10, 1886, and died at age 108 years old on March 20, 1994.
108 years
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