T. W. Sullivan
|Posted 2017-03-20 by Judy Wight Branson|
|Arizona Daily Miner Journal, Prescott, Arizona Territory|
Sunday, August 9, 1908, p. 8, column 2
T. W. Sullivan Succumbs To Ravaging Disease
Was Well Known in Mining Camps of Yavapai County and Vicinity.
After a short illness, T. W. Sullivan succumbed to the ravages of quick consumption Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at Crown King.
His remains were taken to this city Friday night to be prepared for burial. The funeral will be held this morning at 11 o'clock from the Catholic church under the auspices of the Crown King union of the Western Federation of Miners, of which the deceased was a member. Interment will be in the Citizens' Cemetery.
He was aged 38 years. He resided many years in this county, following the occupation of laborer. He was widely and favorably known in the mining camps as the deaf and dumb man.
Surviving he leaves a brother, D. D. Sullivan, of the state printers' office in Sacramento, California, and a sister, Mrs. Annie Brehm, of Fairfax, South Dakota.
Transcriber's note: Mr. Sullivan is buried in an unmarked grave at the Citizens Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona.
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