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P. Harry Sullivan, Jr.

Posted 2017-03-19 by Judy Wight Branson
Weekly Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona Territory
Wednesday, October 19, 1910, page 5, column 3

Remains Laid Away

(From Sunday's Daily)

The funeral of the late C. H. (sic P.H.) Sullivan took place yesterday afternoon from the Catholic church, Rev. Father Mandin officiating.

Advices were received from the parents of the deceased at Sea Bright, N. J., to bury the body in this city.

There were many present in the cortege to pay their last respects.

The pallbearers were E. J. F. Horne, L. LeBarr, James Fitzgerald, J. C. Cain, James Buckley and Derry Logan.

Interment was made in the Citizens' cemetery.


Weekly Journal Miner, Prescott, Arizona Territory
Wednesday, October 19, 1910, page 5, column 3

C. H. Sullivan Is Called To His Reward

(From Wednesday's Daily)

P. H. Sullivan, a young man of but twenty-four years of age, passed away yesterday forenoon a the Mercy hospital, after a few weeks' illness. He was brought from Swansea, suffering with injuries received in an accident on the crane of the smelter at the Clara Consolidated , and was also said to be afflicted with tuberculosis. He commenced to decline after he was admitted at that institution.

The body is being held at Ruffner's parlors, awaiting instructions from his parents, who reside at Sea Girt, N. J.

He bore an excellent name with all at Swansea, and was a recent arrival in the Territory.

Transcriber's note: Mr. Sullivan is buried in an unmarked grave at the Citizens Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona.

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