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MISS BRIDGET SULLIVAN DIES AT HER HOME One of Oldest Members of St. Joseph's Parish Lived Here Over 60 Years Miss Brldgpt Sullivan, tho oldest members of one of St. Jo- h In at of G. always is-' Mrs. this seph's parish, died last Friday after a long illness at the home of her sister, Mrs. Patrick Kelly. 11 Congdon avenue. She was born In Ireland and came to this country when only 17 and had lived here for over 60 years. She was long In the employ of the Hunter family, retiring 16 years ago. Besides her sister, she caves n brother, Timothy J. Sul-. Ivan of New Haven, Conn. She was a member of the Sanctuary Sanctuary Society of St. Joseph's Church The funeral took place Monday Farm Farmers (or production shorthanded would Home from the home of Mrs. Patrick Kelly, her sister, 11 Congdon avenue, to St. Joseph's Church where the Rey. John J. McLaugh'* McLaugh'* ill solemn high mass h Father Pierce" lin celebrated' of requiem, w ....... ,, . ,,..,, oeacon and the Rev. J. j; Coonty as sub-deacon. Interment was in St. Columba's cemetery where T-ather McLaughlin read the committal service. The bearers n-erc John Woods, Edmund Lc«ry Humphrey Donnelly, Michael Stills van. John Casey and Frank quin. Pa- . Mechanical to ar.d graduation He on Electric to engineering,

Clipped from Newport Mercury22 May 1942, FriPage 3

Newport Mercury (Newport, Rhode Island)22 May 1942, FriPage 3
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