Tuesday, April 22, 2008


Bartholomew Sullivan

The East Liverpool Tribune

Bartholomew O. Sullivan, aged 27, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. T. F. Anderson, corner of Seventh and Monroe streets, at 10:15 Friday evening (May 18, 1906), of spinal meningitis, after an illness of three weeks. The deceased was night foreman at the power house of the East Liverpool Traction and Light company, and is survived by his mother in Ireland. He was a member of the Street Railwaymen's union, and the members of that body will attend the funeral services which are to be held at S. Aloysius church this morning at 9 o'clock, in a body. The motormen and conductors wore a badge of mourning yesterday in memory of the deceased.

Mr. Sullivan had charge of the night barn for the street railway company in Wellsville for a couple of years and was known in both cities. He had lived here about seven years.

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