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Looking for ancestors of Ernest Edward OSullivan

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Ernest was born in Liverpool, England. His father was
Francis Stanislaus O'Sullivan, a licensed victualler/wine storehouseman who married Mary Williams (1st wife) and then on her death married a Mary OBrian; there were seven children from his first marriage (Ernest, Francis, Mary, Gerald, Peter, Cecelia and Arthur) and 3 from his marriage to Mary O'Brian (Mary, Thomas and Barnard).

Francis' father was a John OSullivan born in Ireland who was a Journeyman Tailor and he married a Catherine Hollis. They had 10 children as far as I can see ( Francis, William, Mary, Ann, John, Patrick, James, Catherine, Joseph, Edith and Jospehine). Catherines parents were William and Anne Hollis.

It is believed that John's father was a Patrick O'Sullivan who married a Mary. They had 4 children (John, Patrick, Catherine and Maria). Any other information on this family would be appreciated.

Surnames: OBRIAN OSULLIVAN WILLIAMS
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on 2008-05-04 04:53:50

HPP , from Surrey, England, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Apr 2008. is researching the following names: OSULLIVAN, PEARSON, MORTIMER and 1 other(s).

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by AnneOSullivan on 2012-06-05 15:38:03

Hi, Francis Stanilaus O'Sullivan was my grandfather. My father was Thomas Anthony, first son of his 2nd marriage.There were 10 children from the 1st marriage,Frank, Ernest, Josie, one died, Jack, Gerald, one died, Peter, Cecilia, another died. There were 7 from the 2nd marriage, Agnes, Tom, Fred, Bernard, Phillip, Catherine, and Ursula ( Sheila). He then married a 3rd time to Mary McGettrick and had a son Lawrence, so 18 children altogether! I see you posted this info 4 years ago, I would love to know if you have found anything more. I have been researching my Mums family for years but have only just started on the O'Sullivans. This information was given to me by my Dads sister Cathy.

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