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James L. Sullivan
July 27, 1861 – September 22, 1901
Mr. Jas. L. Sullivan, who was a resident of Monticello for about 15 years, died at his home last Sunday morning, the 22nd inst. of typhoid fever. Mr. Sullivan was born near Cascade, July 27th, 1861, and was therefore a trifle more than forty years old at the time of his death. He was married November 21st, 1888, to Christina Adams who survives him. They were the parents of four children, all of whom are living. Mr. Sullivan was memher of the United Brethren church which he joined in 1889. The funeral services were conducted, last Tuesday afternoon, the 24th inst, at the United Brethren church, by the pastor, Rev. G. W. Emerson. The order of Modern Woodmen also participated in the funeral services. Among those who attended the funeral from a distance were: John D. Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. John Haney and John O'Brien of Cascade, Timothy Sullivan of Akron, James Henessey of Castle Grove, James and Daniel Sullivan of Golden Prairie, and Mrs. Freiden of Worthington. Mr. Sullivan carried $4,000 life insurance, being a member of the Modern Woodmen and Mystic Workers.

Source: Monticello Express, Monticello, Iowa, 26 September 1901

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