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DANIEL P. SULLIVAN  8/18/1872 – 5/6/1947

Daniel Patrick Sullivan      

Married Mary Agnes Corcoran   

Grandma Corcoran:

children:
Arthur Sullivan
Edmund Burke Sullivan
Celestine Sullivan Flynn
Ursela Sullivan Reichert
Eileen Sullivan Ryan
Margaret Mary Sullivan
Theodore Roosevelt Thomas Sullivan
Paul Revere Sullivan

Married at St Francis Xaviers Church on W. 16th St

Performed by Very Rev. E. X. Fink late pres of Gonzaga College, Wash. DC.  Honeymoon spent in Saratoga Springs

Home will be “Rivera” 630-632 W. 189th Street 

Miss Helen J. Kane was bridesmaid and Michael J. Corcoran best man

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Corcoran, 204 West 11th Street and is a favorite in the Harlem Social Circles

Family Pictures:

       

Wedding Announcement:

Residence (s):

Saratoga Springs, NY - Directory 1870 - 1884

 

Amsterdam, NY - Directory 1889 - 1900

New York, City -

 

1900 Census

1910 Census - Bronx Assembly District 35, New York, New York

 

1920 Census - Bronx Assembly District 8, Bronx, New York

1930 Census - Bronx, Bronx, New York

 

 

 

Daniel

47

 

Mary A

36

1884

Arthur

11

1909

Edmond B

10

1910

Margaret M

8

1912

Dorothy

7

1913

Eileen

5

1915

Ursula

2 9/12

1917

Mary A Nolan

21

 

Daniel

58

 

Mary

47

 

Arthur

21

1909

Edmund

20

1910

Celestine

17

1913

Eileen

15

1915

Ursula

13

1917

Theodore

7

1923

Paul

5

1925

 

Picture of Edmund and Arthur Sullivan

Daniel's Chronology:

Born 8/18/1872 in Saratoga Springs, NY

Baptized:

Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Schuylerville NY Sep 19, 1872

Witnesses Timothy and Honora Connor 

Sponsors John Sullivan and Mary Walsh

1897 - Enlisted for 6 years in the 69th Regimen in NY during the Spanish American War arising from private to captain

Attended Fordham University

Transferred to St Francis Xavier College and completed a AB Degree in 1896 and MA in 1897

Attended New York Law School

Admitted to the Bar in 1900 and practiced Law until his retirement in 1938

From Feb 1, 1897 to 1920 was in continuous employment with New York State (absent terms in Military Service)

Law Clerk for the Corporations Counsel Office in the Magistrates Courts

18 yrs as Clerk of the Supreme Court first Department in New York and Bronx Counties

In the legal department of U.S. Casualty Insurance Company

1929-1937 Assistant N.Y. Attorney General

WWI, enlisted in the Army 105th Infantry Twenty Seventh Division, AEF.  He served in Ypres, Flanders.  See 'Digging up the trenches', a documentary about the trench warfare in Ypres, Flanders.  The documentary is often seen on the History and Military channels.

Aug 6th 1918 took over as senior officer in Yves Belgium as temporary command of his company.    He would later serve as Lt Colonel in the Reserves.

Chief organizer and first commander of the Bronx American Legion.  In 1925 he was the unsuccessful candidate for the Bronx County Register.

Daniel was a republican in NYC when politics was dominated by the democratic party machine.  This is a picture of the Bronx Republican Party; Mary C. seated second from the right, Daniel, first, top row.

Past President of the Fordham-Bedford Park Community Counsel, he served as the chairman of the legions Bronx County Memorial Committee which dedicated nearly 1000 tree memorials to the WWI dead.

Took part in holding down the rents in New York State

Military Records:

Daniel P. Sullivan P, 2, Lt 69 NY Inf

US Army Historical Register 1789-1903 V2

Obituary:

 

  obit  an article 'Col. Daniel Sullivan 1st Legion Head'

Notes:

1930 census:

age 58 lawyer NY State vet – sp ww, district 638, address 2384, value 110,
Mary-W 47, Arthur 21 inspector Electric Light,
Edmond 20 Bookkeeper - Stockbroker,
Celestine 17, Eileen 15, Ursula 13, Theodore 7, Paul 5

69th regimen in Spanish Amer War, promoted to Captain.  Degrees at St Francis Xavier College and NY Law School

Biography Index: A cumulative index to biographical material in books and magazines.  Vol 1 Jan, 1946-July, 1949 NY: H.W. Wilson Co. 1949 (Bioln 1)

Lived in the south during the Spanish American War fever epidemic and nursed Captain D.P. Sullivan back to health.  He was in the 69th regimen. (Margaret Harrington, Oct 12 1956)

Helen Sullivan Culyer to Judge Sweeney; Nov 14, 1963

I'm rereading your 1975 letter, I see that your Aunt Mary Collins was fond of Uncle Dan - he was a charmer in looks and wit - had recalled that one of the Sullivans had lived with your mother for awhile.  That might have been my Grandfather Florence who I was told lived with his sister when he first came to the U.S." (Helen Culyer to Judge Sweeney; July 11th, 19xx)

"In your letter you mention Daniel Sullivan and Charles Sullivan.  When I was a young boy they used to come here summers.  My Aunt Mary had a close contact with them.  My Aunt lived in Alabama at one time and I can remember her telling me, and I believe it was the Spanish American War, Dan Sullivan was stationed there and used to come to her home.  He apparently got a promotion and she had to sew on the insignia of his rank, which she promptly did, but put them on backwards.  She was always fond of Dan.   (Michael E. Sweeney to Helen Sullivan Culyer; May 9, 1975)

"My father was Peter Arthur, his brothers Charles, Michael, Florence and Daniel, the first two brothers, all handsome.  Their father was Florence, their Uncle, Michael Emmett, whose sons were Emmett and Earl.  ... They were great people our forbearers.  It followed that their descendents inherited noble standards as well as the good health.  I remember my uncles especially Uncle Charlie ... so proud of."  (Helen Sullivan Culyer to Judge Sweeney; May 14, 1975)

(Mary Sweeney MacDonald Collins) Lived in the south during the Spanish American War fever epidemic and nursed Captain D.P. Sullivan back to health.  He was in the 69th regimen.(Margaret Harrington, Oct 12 1956)

(Mary Sweeney MacDonald Collins) For years she lived in Alabama as the wife of MacDonald .  Mary was a wonderful woman.  As both her husbands had money, she was able to educate her nieces and nephews.  The girls graduated from Skidmore; John is a doctor in Washington D.C., and Michael is a lawyer here. (Margaret Harrington to Helen Culyer, July 20 1953)