Richard Sullivan1

M, b. circa 1928, d. 16 August 2011
  • Birth*: Richard Sullivan was born circa 1928 at Illinois, USA.1
  • (Witness) Census 1930: He appeared on the 1930 census of 16 April 1930 in the household of Robert L. Sullivan at 1620 Chase Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1
  • (Witness) Census 1940: Richard Sullivan appeared on the 1940 census of 12 April 1940 in the household of Robert L. Sullivan at 1723 W. Jarvis Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.2
  • Marriage*: Richard Sullivan married Mary Patricia Mangan on 7 October 1950.3
  • Residence*: Richard Sullivan lived on 26 October 1977 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.4
  • Residence: He lived on 3 September 2009 at Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA.5
  • Death*: He died on 16 August 2011 at Three Crowns Park, Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA.
    Richard Sullivan-
    Sullivan, Richard C. Of Three Crowns Park, Evanston, Il, died peacefully at home August 16, 2011. He was 83. Dick's beloved wife, Mary Pat Sullivan, and eldest son, Rick Sullivan, died in 2009. Dick is survived by his sister, Patty McSweeney, Arcadia, CA, and his other children and their families: Linda, Stephani, and Sandra Sullivan, Naperville, IL; Tom Sullivan, Boise, ID; Tim, Gail, Claire, and Amy Sullivan, Grass Valley, CA; Liz Sullivan and Kate and Charlotte Peck, Needham, MA; Bill Sullivan, Boston, MA; Steve, Michelle, and Danny Sullivan, Phoenix, AZ; Mike, Lorie, Paige, and Jill Sullivan, Moorepark, CA; Pete, Mary Ann, Maggie, and Erin Sullivan, Glenview, IL; and John, Sonal, Simone, and Shane Sullivan, Wilmette, IL. A longtime resident of Wilmette, Dick leaves behind more than two dozen nieces and nephews from the Sullivan, Finzer, and McSweeney clans; loving neighborhood friends; supportive parishioners at St. Francis Xavier Church; later-life friends at Three Crowns; and fellow boaters at Wilmette Harbor. Smooth sailing, Pops. We love you and miss you already. Visitation Friday 4 to 9 p.m. Funeral Saturday 9:15 a.m. from Donnellan Family Funeral Home, 10045 Skokie Blvd. at Old Orchard Rd. Skokie to Saint Francis Xavier Church, 9th St., and Linden Ave, Wilmette, Mass 10 a.m. Interment Sacred Heart Cemetery, Northbrook. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Three Crowns Foundation, 2323 McDaniel Ave., Suite TCP, Evanston, IL 60201-2570. Info: 847/675-1990 or www.donnellanfuneral.com
    Pioneer Press North, August 25, 2011.6
  • Funeral: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 18 August 2011 at St. Francis Xavier Church, Wilmette, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Burial*: He was buried on 18 August 2011 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, Northbrook, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6

Family: Mary Patricia Mangan d. 28 Apr 2009

Citations

  1. [S1668] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED1844, page 18B, Ancestry.com, accessed October 13, 2012.
  2. [S1669] April 12, 1940 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-3135A; page 6A, Ancestry.com; accessed October 13, 2012.
  3. [S1709] Chicago Tribune, May 1, 2009, page 35.
  4. [S1674] The Journal Times, October 27, 1977, page 6A, Accessed October 14, 2012, NewspaperArchives.com.
  5. [S1673] Milwaukee Journal Centinel, September 3, 2009, Accessed online, October 13, 2012 via Google.
  6. [S1675] Pioneer Press North, August 25, 2011, Legacy.com, accessed October 14, 2012.

Rita Ann Sullivan

F, b. 22 May 1925, d. 27 October 1996

Rita Ann Sullivan (1925-1996)
Engagement photo, 1946

Family: Bernard "Ben" Andrew DeMarco b. 8 Feb 1918, d. 19 Aug 1992

Citations

  1. [S410] Philip M. Sullivan Family Bible.
  2. [S507] Rita A. DeMarco, no. 357-14-4564, Social Security Death Index, Ancestry, Inc.
  3. [S2379] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Evanston, Washington, DC, ED 2128, page 16B, Ancestry.com, accessed August 20, 2016.
  4. [S469] Chicago Tribune, 15 December 1946, p. N23.
  5. [S510] Evanston Review, 25 June 1959, p. 97.
  6. [S88] Chicago Tribune, 11 March 1990.

Robert L. Sullivan1,2

M, b. 15 May 1903, d. 26 October 1977
  • Birth*: Robert L. Sullivan was born on 15 May 1903 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.3,1,4
  • (Witness) Census 1910: He appeared on the 1910 census of 28 April 1910 in the household of Francis P. (2) Sullivan and Susan G. Sharp at 1911 Greenleaf, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA; In addition to the family living in the home, they had a servant, Margarette Ryan, age 22, born in Illinois.1
  • (Witness) Census 1920: Robert L. Sullivan appeared on the 1920 census of 12 January 1920 in the household of Francis P. (2) Sullivan and Susan G. Sharp at 1620 Chase Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.2
  • Employment*: Robert L. Sullivan was employed in 1923 at Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA, at the Lavelle Rubber Company.4
  • Marriage*: He married Mildred Thompson circa 1925.5
  • Education*: Robert L. Sullivan was educated and had 3 years of college.6
  • Census 1930*: He appeared on the 1930 census of 16 April 1930 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.5
  • Occupation*: He was a commercial traveler in wholesale meats on 16 April 1930.5
  • Census 1940*: He appeared on the 1940 census of 12 April 1940 at 1723 W. Jarvis Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Occupation: He was an executive in a wholesale [unknown] supplies on 14 April 1940.6
  • Biography*: Founded the Lavelle Rubber Manufacturing Corporation in Burlington, Wisconsin in 1946.4
  • Biography: He was chairman of the board of Lavelle Industries, parent company of the Lavell Rubber Manufacturing Corporation, a Burlington firm.4
  • Death*: He died on 26 October 1977 at Burlington Memorial Hospital, Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA, at age 74.
    Sullivan dies; Lavelle's founder.
    Burlington -- The founder of the Lavelle Rubber Manufacturing Corp. of Burlington, Robert L. Sullivan, 74, of Route 7, died Wednesday at Burlington Memorial Hospital.
    Sullivan was born in Chicago on May 15, 1903. He joined Lavelle Rubber Co. in 1923 and founded the Lavelle Rubber Manufacturing Corp. in Burlington in 1946.
    At the time of his death he was chairman of the board of Lavelle Industries Inc., parent company of th Burlington firm.
    He and his wife Mildred have lived in Burlington and Fontana for 21 years.
    Surviving are his wife and two sons, Robert L. Sullivan Jr., of Burlington, and Richard C. Sullivan of chicago, and one daughter, Mrs. Patricia McSweeney of Pasadena, Calif., three brothers and two sisters.
    Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at St. Francis Monastery, Highway W.
    The Journal Times, October 27, 1977, page 6A.4,3
  • Funeral*: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 29 October 1977 at St. Francis Monastery, Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA.4
  • Burial: He was buried on 29 October 1977 at St. Charles Cemetery, Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA, in plot 135-4-3SE.7

Family: Mildred Thompson b. c 1903, d. 22 Apr 1988

Citations

  1. [S1544] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ward 25, ED 1037, page 17A, Ancestry.com, accessed April 26, 2012.
  2. [S1569] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ward 25, ED 1395, pgae 4B, Ancestry.com, accessed April 27, 2012.
  3. [S309] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current, Ancestry.com, Robert Sullivan, Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, Genealogy Bank, accessed October 14, 2012.
  4. [S1674] The Journal Times, October 27, 1977, page 6A, Accessed October 14, 2012, NewspaperArchives.com.
  5. [S1668] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED1844, page 18B, Ancestry.com, accessed October 13, 2012.
  6. [S1669] April 12, 1940 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-3135A; page 6A, Ancestry.com; accessed October 13, 2012.
  7. [S1676] Find A Grave, online http://findagrave.com, Robert L. Sullivan, Sr., Memorial # 42414151; accessed October 17, 2012.

Robert L. Sullivan1

M, b. 17 July 1926, d. 1 September 2009
  • Birth*: Robert L. Sullivan was born on 17 July 1926 at Joliet, Will County, Illinois, USA.1,2,3
  • (Witness) Census 1930: He appeared on the 1930 census of 16 April 1930 in the household of Robert L. Sullivan at 1620 Chase Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.1
  • Milit-Beg*: Robert L. Sullivan began military service in the United States Navy during WWII.3
  • (Witness) Census 1940: He appeared on the 1940 census of 12 April 1940 in the household of Robert L. Sullivan at 1723 W. Jarvis Avenue, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.4
  • Residence: Robert L. Sullivan lived between 1948 and 1992 at Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA.3
  • Employment*: He was employed between 1948 and 1999 at Lavelle Industries. He began his career at Lavelle Industries in 1948, retiring as Chairman of the Board in 1999.3
  • Marriage*: He married June Mary Goehausen, daughter of Walter Goehausen, on 12 June 1948.5
  • Residence*: Robert L. Sullivan lived on 26 October 1977 at Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin.6
  • Residence: He lived between 1992 and 2009 at Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, USA. Robert lived in Milwaukee until just prior to his death.3
  • Death*: He died on 1 September 2009 at Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, at age 83.
    Sullivan, Robert L. Jr. Age 83, of Burlington, passed away Tuesday, September 1, 2009, at his home following a valiant battle with leukemia. He was born July 17, 1926, in Joliet, IL, to the late Robert L. Sr. and Mildred (nee Thompson) Sullivan. Robert spent his early life in Chicago and attended Xavier University in Cincinnati, OH. He served in the United States Navy during WWII. On June 12, 1948 in Webster Groves, MO, Robert was united in marriage to June Goehausen. Following marriage they resided in Burlington until 1992 and then Milwaukee until just recently. Robert began his career at Lavelle Industries in 1948, retiring as Chairman of the Board, in 1999. Bob touched scores of people with his big heart, great sense of humor, positive attitude, and zest for life. His reach extended beyond Burlington to Milwaukee's Third Ward, and Puerto Penasco in Mexico. He had an uncanny ability to immediately connect with people and his generosity to those in need was legendary. His adoring grandchildren knew him as "Bebop" and he took great joy in their accomplishments, and he was always there for them when they needed him. When they needed a good laugh, he always came through. His love of golf extended beyond mere pars and birdies. Golf became the vehicle for the many fundraisers that he worked tirelessly for. His extended family shared his passion for golf and the time it enabled them to spend together. He battled his illness with determination and courage, and a whole new community of health professionals became his newest fans. He would want special thanks to be given to Dr. Haider and the entire staff at the Oncology Center as well as the outpatient staff at Memorial Hospital. Survivors include his loving wife, June M. Sullivan; their children, Sharry (Mark) Sullivan-Zeile, Robert (Patti) Sullivan III, Kevin Sullivan, Susan (Bob) Rubach, Maureen (Reid) Olson, Paul (Rhonda) Sullivan, Patrick (Debra Patterson) Sullivan and Maggie McCollum, grandchildren, Maggie (Ben) Humm, Jonathan (Betsy) Goetz, Caitlin Goetz, Patrick (Sarah) Sullivan, Annie (Adam) Reesman, Mark Sullivan, Timothy Sullivan, Kelly Sullivan, Sean Sullivan, Paul Rubach, Jill Rubach, Carly Rubach, Myles Olson, Alex Sullivan, Jake Sullivan, Maureen McCollum and Molly McCollum, and by step-grandchildren, Gifford, Jesse and Daniel Kasen. Robert is further survived by great-grandchildren Madelyn Reesman and Soren Humm, several nieces and nephews, brother Richard Sullivan of Evanston, IL, and sister Patricia McSweeny of Arcadia, CA. He was preceded in death by his parents and a grandson, Shawn Goetz. A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday, September 4, 2009, at 6:30 PM, at St. Mary's Catholic Church with Rev. Richard Schlenker officiating. Relatives and friends may visit with the family at the CHURCH on Friday, from 3:00 PM until 6:00 PM. Memorials to the Joey O'Brien Leukemia Foundation have been suggested. Schuette-Daniels Funeral Home & Crematory 625 Browns Lake Dr. Burlington, WI 53105 262-763-3434 www.danielsfamilyfuneral.com
    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, September 3, 2009.5,2
  • Funeral*: He received the blessing of the church at the funeral on 4 September 2009 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Burlington, Racine County, Wisconsin, USA.3

Family: June Mary Goehausen b. 12 Jan 1926, d. 23 Apr 2011

Citations

  1. [S1668] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED1844, page 18B, Ancestry.com, accessed October 13, 2012.
  2. [S309] US Social Security Death Index, 1935-Current, Ancestry.com, Robert L. Sullivan entry, accessed October 13, 2012.
  3. [S1673] Milwaukee Journal Centinel, September 3, 2009, Accessed online, October 13, 2012 via Google.
  4. [S1669] April 12, 1940 US Census, Illinois, Cook, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 103-3135A; page 6A, Ancestry.com; accessed October 13, 2012.
  5. [S1670] Burlington Standard Press, April 29, 2011, Ancestry.com; accessed October 13, 2012.
  6. [S1674] The Journal Times, October 27, 1977, page 6A, Accessed October 14, 2012, NewspaperArchives.com.

Rose Sullivan

F, b. circa 1845, d. before 1915

Family: Patrick Reilly d. b 1901

Citations

  1. [S1215] 1901 Irish Census, County Cavan, Stradone, Drummuck, Dublin, Line 11, Accessed online http://www.nationalarchives.ie/, September 4, 2010.
  2. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543), Proof of Heirship.
  3. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543).
  4. [S1216] 1911 Irish Census, County Cavan, Stradone, Drummuck, Dublin, Line 6, Accessed September 4, 2010, http://www.nationalarchives.ie/
  5. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543), Proof of Heirship, May 10, 1915.
  6. [S665] Elaine Beaudoin's personal knowledge Elaine McIntyre Beaudoin, personal files.

Rose E. Sullivan

F, b. 13 February 1862, d. 25 April 1937

Citations

  1. [S497] 1870 US Census, Pennsylvania, Northampton County, Glendon, Washington, DC, Page 516, line 1.
  2. [S570] Rose E. Sullivan, Illinois certificate of death, Family History Library MF#1952847.
  3. [S498] 1880 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 180, page 167, line 6.
  4. [S495] 1900 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 719, sheet 9, line 99.
  5. [S488] James Sullivan Cemetery Record, Graves purchased 1892, Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA, 3d S. W. Corner.

Rose L. Sullivan

F, b. 28 December 1856, d. 3 October 1937
  • Birth*: Rose L. Sullivan was born on 28 December 1856 at Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, USA.3
  • Birth: Rose was born at Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, in 1857.2,4
  • Birth: She was born in December 1859 at Pennsylvania, USA.5,6
  • Birth: She was born on 28 December 1859 at Easton, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.4
  • Census1870: Rose was listed as a household member living with an unknown person on the 1870 Census at Ward 9, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.7
  • Census1880: Rose was listed as a daughter in an unknown person 's household on the 1880 Census at 245 Taylor Street, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.2
  • Name Variation: As of 15 November 1880, Rose L. Sullivan was also known as Rose Anna.8
  • Marriage*: She married Francis T. Colby on 30 November 1882 at Holy Family Church, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA; Married by P. F. Sullivan, priest.9,10,5
  • Biography*: Col. Francis T. Colby

    No happier example of the term American Irish could be discovered than the subject of the present sketch, Francis T. Colby. Though born in Chicago, the descendant on his father's side of one of the old New England families, it is from his mother, Mary Whelan as she was, that he has inherited that love of country which has made the name of Irishman synonymous with that of patriotism. Mary Whelan was the third child of Edward and Elizabeth Whelan, and was born near Tullow, in County Carlow. Edward Whelan was a prosperous tenant farmer in Ireland, but becoming involved in the uprising of '48, he was compelled to flee with his family to America. Thereupon he settled in Chicago, dying there in 1880 at the age of eighty-three years. Proudly he used to boast that there was not a generation of his family which had not "done something for the old land," instancing his uncle, James Whelan, who was transported for "treason," and his grandfather, Edward Wheland, who gave up his life for participation in the Rebellion of '98. Heart and soul Colonel Colby is devoted to the mother land, and did Ireland possess many such ardent workers as himself, her freedom in the near future from English rule and mismanagement would be assured.
    The Colbys are among the oldest and leading of New England families, tracing back their settlement at Salem, Massachusetts, to 1630, when Anthony Colby, who was born at Beccles, England, 1590, adventured the perils of the Atlantic and found a home in the British colonies in America. Anthony and Susanna Colby, his wife, appear among the companions of Edward Winthrop when returning from a visit to England in the interest of the Plymouth settlements. Their son, Isaac, married a Miss Rowley, to whom was born another Isaac in 1680, who took to himself in marriage a Miss Fowler. Another Isaac resulted in 1709. He lived at Andover and Haverhill, and his son, William Davis Colby, born in 1742, took part in the French and Indian War of 1762, afterwards marrying Elizabeth Straw. Living in Hopkinton, New Hampshire, they reared a son Isaac, who was born in 1780, and twnety three years later married Miss Eunice Fagg. They lived at Boston and Amherst, Isaac Colby dying there in 1840. William Colby, their son, was born at Boston in 1804 and died at Detroit, Michigan in 1875. He had married in 1825 Miss Sarah Clogston, and they went to live at Amherst, Massachusetts. Here they had six children born, among whom was Andrew J. Colby, the father of the subject of this sketch.
    Francis T. Colby was born in this city, September 27th 1860. He attended the Brown, Hayes and old Central High School, from which he graduated in June, 1876, entering the Chicago University the same year. He graduated, taking his degree with honor in 1880. While pursuing his university career he was also studying law under the able tutorship of Judge James Goggin, and soon after his graduation he was admitted to the bar, on his twenty-first birthday.
    In his chosen profession Colonel Colby has achieved eminent success, and in such departments of the law as deal with the examination of real estate titles and in general probate matters he has gained a reputation second to none in the West. Among the legal societies his activity has brought him well to the fore, and for several years past he has been numbered in the foremost members of the Chicago Bar Association.
    His heavy duties professionally and in connection with his military matters have left him but little time to devote to political affairs, but he is known throughout the city as a Democrat of thoroughly fixed opinions. Though several times requested, he has always refused to be a candidate for public office of any description, but he was in 1888 nominated by the workingmen's party for State's Attorney. Though he declined even this nomination in writing, his name was retained on the ticket, and he received the compliment of more than 12,000 votes.
    His connection with military matters is one to be well proud of. From his early youth he has taken a peculiar interest in army affairs, and the short sketch of the Seventh Regiment Illinois National Guard which follows testifies to the good work he has done.
    Colonel Colby's abilities as a lawyer have gained him big return, both in reputation and financially. He has been able to invest considerably in real estate, which his legal knowledge and ready grasp of the moment have enabled him to select with most excellent judgment. His relaxations have not been many, but he has found time for extensive travel and is at home not only in America but also in Great Britain, his loved Ireland -- he visited his mother's birth-place in 1890 -- and the leading European centers of art, science, literature and general culture.
    He is essentially a home man, his wife and family are always to him in the first place. Though an active member of the Columbus Club, that phase of existence known as club life holds small attractions for the brilliant lawyer, the born soldier, but first and before everything else, the devoted husband and fond father.
    His wife, Rose L. Sullivan, is a native of Chicago, of Irish birth, as her name conclusively shows. She is a daughter of Patrick and Elizabeth (McKenna) Sullivan. They have had six children, Francis Everett, Francesca Beatrice, Rosita Marie, Evelyn Florence Cecelia, Genevieve Lucile and Imogene Helen; of these the oldest, Francis Everett and Rosita Marie, are dead.
    Colonel Colby has since he completed his educational course been prominently connected with various fraternal and benevolent societies. He was one of the early members of the Catholic Order of Foresters, organized the Uniform Rank of the body, and was elected its first Supreme Commander in 1892. He was president of the United Irish Societies in 1890. In 1891 he became First State President of the Catholic Benevolent Legion, and he also holds high offices in the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, the Ancient Order of United Workmen, the Independent Order of Foresters, the Catholic Benevolent Legion, the Royal League and the Royal Areanum.
    Bigraphical History of the American Irish in Chicago, pp. 558-563.10
  • Census 1900*: Rose L. Sullivan and Francis T. Colby appeared on the 1900 census of 4 June 1900 at 282 S. Campbell, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.6
  • Residence*: Rose L. Sullivan and Francis T. Colby lived before 1909 at 6146 Greenwood, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.11,12
  • Residence: Rose L. Sullivan lived on 22 December 1909 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.13
  • Census 1910*: She appeared on the 1910 census of 4 May 1910 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.14
  • (Witness) Residence: She lived with Thomas James Sullivan before 13 April 1911 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.15
  • Married Name: As of before 19 June 1916,her married name was Colby.9
  • Residence*: She resided at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, on 19 June 1916, at 5452 N. Paulina Street.16
  • Married Name: As of between 1920 and 1937,her married name was Caverly.17
  • Census 1920*: Rose L. Sullivan appeared on the 1920 census of 5 January 1920 at 5216 Magnolia, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.18
  • Residence: She lived on 5 January 1920 at Chicago, Cook County, Illinois. Their home was rented.18
  • Residence: She lived before October 1937 at 675 Sheridan Road, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA.4
  • Death*: She died on 3 October 1937 at Augustana Hospital, Chicago, Cook County, Illinois, USA, at age 80.4
  • Note*: She There is no obituary in the Chicago Tribune for a Rose Colby Caverly. Searched February 7, 2012. between 3 October 1937 and 5 October 1937.
  • Burial*: She was buried on 5 October 1937 at Calvary Cemetery, Evanston, Cook County, Illinois, USA.4

Family: Francis T. Colby b. 27 Sep 1860, d. 22 Dec 1909

Citations

  1. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543), Proof of Heirship, May 10, 1915.
  2. [S494] 1880 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 86, sheet 8, line 8.
  3. [S1571] Probate Court of Cook County no. 2175 (Docket 3, page 245, box 2), Proof of Heirship, dated October 16, 1883.
  4. [S1450] Rose Caverly, Illinois Certificate of Death, FHL #1952969, accessed January 23, 2012.
  5. [S1426] Colby-Sullivan Marriage Certificate.
  6. [S1432] 1900 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 357, Precinct 29, Ward 12, FamilySearch.org, accessed December 28, 2011.
  7. [S555] 1870 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ward 9, Page 172, Ancestry.com.
  8. [S1571] Probate Court of Cook County no. 2175 (Docket 3, page 245, box 2), Last Will and Testament, November 15, 1880.
  9. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543).
  10. [S1425] Charles Ffrench, Biographical History of the American Irish in Chicago, pp. 558-563.
  11. [S1427] Francis T. Colby, Illinois Undertaker's Report of Death, Family Search.org, accessed December 28, 2011.
  12. [S1428] Chicago Tribune, December 24, 1909, page 12, Proquest Historical Newspapers, accessed December 29, 2011.
  13. [S1736] Probate Court of Cook County #8887 (Doc. 111, Box 32, Page 398), Letters of Administration, January 22, 1909, 1 page.
  14. [S1433] 1910 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 415; Ward 7, Page 8A, Ancestry.com, accessed December 29, 2011.
  15. [S1475] Chicago Daily Tribune, April 14, 1911, page 6, ProQuest Historical Newspapers, accessed February 24, 2012.
  16. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543), Certificate of Mailing Petition, March 4, 1915.
  17. [S1450] Rose Caverly, Illinois Certificate of Death, Family History Library, MF #1952969.
  18. [S1434] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED 1439, Ward 25, page 3B, Ancestry.com, accessed December 29, 2011.
  19. [S1430] Francis Everett Colby, Illinois Certificate of Death, FamilySearch.org, accessed December 28, 2011.
  20. [S1429] Rosita Marie Colby, Illinois Certificate of Death, FamilySearch.org, accessed December 28, 2011.

Roseanne Sullivan1

F, b. 5 October 1877, d. 5 May 1902

Citations

  1. [S612] 1901 Irish Census, County Cavan, Denn Parish, Dennbane, Dublin City, County Dublin, Ireland, D.E.D. 40/18, p. 2, Family History Library, MF#0812125.
  2. [S2436] Roseanne Sullivan, Ballinanagh, Cavan, County Cavan birth registration Entry 131, pages 26-27, code 02094014, Document provided by Eileen Sullivan from www.irishgenealogy.ie, February 12, 2017 (October 13, 1877).
  3. [S2528] Rose Anne Sorohan, Ireland, County Cavan, Bellinanagh, Denbawn, Accessed from irishgenealogy.ie on September 10, 2017.
  4. [S293] Probate Court of Cook County no. 23559 (Doc. 148, page 543).

Roseanne Sullivan1

F, b. 18 May 1877

Citations

  1. [S2428] Roseanne Sullivan, Bellananagh, Cavan, County Cavan birth registration Entry 69, page 106, code 02102367, Document provided by Eileen Sullivan from Find My Past, February 12, 2017. (June 2, 1877).
  2. [S2428] Roseanne Sullivan, Bellananagh, Cavan, County Cavan birth registration Entry 69, page 106, code 02102367, Document provided by Eileen Sullivan from www.irishgenealogy.ie, February 12, 2017. (June 2, 1877).

Rosemary Sullivan1

F, b. 27 June 1917, d. 16 March 1945

Family: J. Kay Lindsay b. c 1913, d. b 1965

Citations

  1. [S1308] Chicago Tribune, October 22, 1965, pg. B25, ProQuest Historical Newspaper Obits, accessed February 11, 2011.
  2. [S1575] Chicago Tribune, December 10 1918, page 19, ProQuest, accessed May 1, 2012.
  3. [S1576] Lucille M. Sullivan, Illinois birth certificate no. 20618, FamilySearch.org, accessed May 1, 2012 (June 6, 1917).
  4. [S1576] Lucille M. Sullivan, Illinois birth certificate no. 20618, FamilySearch.org, accessed May 24, 2012 (June 6, 1917).
  5. [S1578] 1920 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, Ward 7, ED 424, page 9A, Ancestry.com, accessed May 1, 2012.
  6. [S1582] 1930 US Census, Illinois, Cook County, Chicago, Washington, DC, ED1786, page 1B, Ancestry.com, accessed May 1, 2012.
  7. [S1591] Lindsay-Sullivan marriage license, no. 200381: Ancestry.com, accessed May 25, 2012.
  8. [S1592] Rosemary Sullivan Lindsay, Maryland Certificate of Death, FamilySearch.org, accessed May 25, 2012.