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Five Sullivan Bibles : Bibles of James Sullivan, Joseph F. Sullivan, Isaac Wilson Sullivan, James Mitchell Sullivan, and Nancy (Sullivan) Crabtree

compiled by Harold Narron
Narron, Harold (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Fairfield, California : H. Narron, 1990
63 p.

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Includes Gilliam, Crabtree, Narron, Street, and related families.

Includes additional information about the individuals mentioned in the Bibles, mainly pedigree charts and family group records.

Includes index.

"James Sullivan was born in Northumberland County, Virginia in 1765 and died in Knox (now Whitley) County, Ky. in 1817. Joseph F. Sullivan was born in Whitley County, Ky. in 1847 and died at Grand Junction, Co., in 1908. Isaac Wilson Sullivan was born in Knox (now Whitley County, Ky. in 1807 and died at Green Valley, Sonoma County, Ca. in 1891. James Mitchell Sullivan was born at Green Valley, Sonoma County, Ca. in 1853 and died at Green Valley, Sonoma County, Ca. in 1921. Nancy (Sullivan) Crabtree, born at Green Valley, Sonoma County in 1859 and died at Sebastopol, Sonoma County, Ca. in 1911."

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