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Note: NAME: According to Julie Aldrich, one of his grandchildren, Patrick
one of the 'leath' branch of Sullivans, meaning 'grey-haired.' Maurice
Murphy III says that Miungydowda was where they lived, though some of
them may have used Emlachlea and Emlachmore as a mailing address. The Sulli-
vans in those localities, however, are of the 'Bons' ('white-haired')
branch. There were altogether 28 different tribes of Sullivans in Co.
Kerry, and they were, according to Maurice Murphy III, 'big cheeses'
in the area for centuries. They seem to drop and add the O' at will.
MARRIAGE: Married Nora Sugrue in 1860. It was a second marriage for Patrick, whose first wife was Catherine O'Sullivan of Mountain Cuddy (infor from Maurice Murphy III). With Catherine he had at least two sons, Bartholemew (Batt) and James.