Tuesday 14 March 1944
THE Relatives and Friends of Mr and Mrs J. B. Sullivan and Family, Kogarah, Mr and Mrs K. V. Sullivan, Maryborough, Mr and Mrs E. M. Sullivan and Family, Brisbane (Sons, Daughters-inlaw, and Grandchildren), Mr and Mrs E. C. Hart and Family, The Caves, Mother Gertrude, St Peter's Convent, Rockhampton (Daughters, Son-in-law, and Grandchildren), are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased beloved Mother, Mother-in-law,Grandmother, and Relative, the late Mrs LUCY SULLIVAN, of Kent Street, Rockhampton, formerly of Blackall, to move from St Peter's Roman Catholic Church, ward Street, THIS(Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock, for the North Rockhampton Cemetery.
SULLIVAN Lucy 87 Monday, 13 March 1944, Tuesday, 14 March 1944, RC 8 1 67
SULLIVAN Keven Vincent 52 Wednesday, 6 March 1946 Thursday, 7 March 1946 RC 8 1 67
1916 C3050 James Sullivan Patrick Sullivan Johannah Shea
Area - KERRY (RC) , Parish/Church/Congregation - FIRIES
Baptism of JAMES SULLIVAN of KEELTIES on 4 March 1838
Date of Birth 4 March 1838 (BASED ON OTHER DATE INFORMATION)
Father PATRICK SULLIVAN
Mother JOHANNA SHEA
Qld. E/R 1922
James Hcrnard Sullivan [sic] Image has James Bernard
Address: Shamrock st., Rlncknll
Occ: Postal Assistant
[With Florence Elizabeth May. John Dempsey, Public servant. Lucy, Storekeeper. Patrick Francis, Storekeeper. Tryphena Mary]
The Western Champion and General Advertiser for the Central-Western Districts (Barcaldine, Qld.) - Sat 5 Aug 1916 p.11
Mems. from Blackall.
Early on Tuesday morning last there passed away at his residence Mr. James Sullivan. The deceased had been a resident of Blackall for about 35 years, and was in business as bootmaker and storekeeper. The cause of death was chest complaint. His widow, four sons, and two daughters survive him.
The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Mon 27 Jun 1932 Page 15 SOCIAL.
Miss Lucy Enright (Spring Creek ) was
tendered a gift evening at Limeridge re-
cently, in honour of her approaching
marriage. The evening was convened by
Misses Mary O'Dea and C. Dwyer, and the
gifts were presented by Mr. K. Byrne.
It pays to take notice of the dates. That's a different Lucy Enright.
Nothing in Trove before 1924 searching for 'lucy enright'.