We remember John Thomas Sullivan

We remember John Thomas Sullivan

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Timeline

1892
birth St. John's, Newfoundland Canada Source:9489187 Source:9492007 6th November 1892
1914
service Other Empire Force 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion Source:9492007 16th November 1914 - 4th March 1919
1914
location 26 Hutchings Street, St. John's Newfoundland Canada their own address Source:9489927 16th November 1914
1914
enlistment St. John's, Newfoundland Canada Source:9489927 16th November 1914
1914
service Other Empire Force private 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion Source:9492007 16th November 1914 - 17th August 1917
1914
dates Age 22 Source:9492007 16th December 1914
1914
employment Cooper St. John's, Newfoundland Canada Source:9492007 16th December 1914
1915
theatres Gallipoli :2b Source:9492007 20th September 1915 - 26th December 1915
1915
hospitalisation Disembarked at Gallipoli with diarrhea - hospitalized Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 20th September 1915 - 26th September 1915
1915
hospitalisation Admitted from trenches with paratyphoid. Discharged the next day, possibly due to flooding Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 25th November 1915 - 26th November 1915
1915
hospitalisation Feb 1916 transferred to 21st General Hospital in Alexandria; 11 Feb 1916 invalided to England; 22 Feb 1916 transferred to 3rd London General Hospital Wandsworth Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 26th December 1915 - 7th April 1916
1916
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9492007 25th August 1916 - 16th October 1916
1916
hospitalisation Wounded at Gueudecourt; described as "dangerously ill transferred to England". Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 16th October 1916 - 4th January 1917
1917
hospitalisation Contracted syphilis, presumably in Glasgow or Edinburgh while stationed at Command Depot. Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 12th April 1917 - 5th May 1917
1917
theatres France & Belgium: 1a Source:9492007 5th August 1917 - 10th March 1918
1917
service Other Empire Force Lance Corporal 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion Source:9492007 18th August 1917 - 28th March 1919
1917
hospitalisation Admitted to No.1 Stationary Hospital in Rouen for treatment of venereal disease. Released to 29 CBD 10 Oct 1917 Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 27th August 1917 - 20th November 1917
1918
hospitalisation Trench fever and severe shell gas poisoning. “Did not walk any distance after being gassed.” Transferred to England; 26 Mar 1918 - 23 May 1918 invalided to 3rd London General Hospital Wandsworth. Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 10th March 1918 - 23rd May 1918
1918
hospitalisation Arrived in St. John's with secondary infection from syphilis. During the period of treatment, he forfeited 50 cents per day in pay. Hospital/Institution Source:9492007 28th December 1918 - 3rd March 1919
1919
discharge Source:9492007 11th March 1919
1919
marriage Mary - Molly Fitzpatrick Source:9492007 18th November 1919
1922
location 26 Hutchings Street, St. John's Newfoundland Canada their own address Source:9492007 20th June 1922
1922
awards Kings Certificate Served with Honour Other War Service Award Source:9492007 22nd June 1922
1926
children Leonard Sullivan Source:9492007 25th November 1926
1927
children Josephine Sullivan Source:9492007 1927
1930
children Thomas Sullivan Source:9492007 1930
1930
children Mavis Sullivan Source:9492007 1930
service British Army Private 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment Source:4312830
1966
death Abt. 1966, cause of death unknown. St. John's, Newfoundland Canada Source:9489187 Source:9492007 1966

Details

Details

Names
TypeName
First Names John Thomas
Initials JT
Last Name Sullivan
Source 9489187
Gender
GenderSource
Male
Locations
AddressCountryTypeDateSource
26 Hutchings Street, St. John's Newfoundland Canada their own address 16th November 1914
26 Hutchings Street, St. John's Newfoundland Canada their own address 20th June 1922
Contribution

Military Service

Military Service
ServiceNumberUnitSectionRankSource
British Army 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment Private
Other Empire Force 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion
Other Empire Force 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion private
Other Empire Force 769 Royal Newfoundland Regiment 29th Division, 1st Battalion Lance Corporal
Awards
AwardTypeSource
1914/15 Star First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Kings Certificate Served with Honour Other War Service Award
Victory Medal First World War Campaign/Service Medal
Family
Children
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Leonard Sullivan son 25th November 1926
Josephine Sullivan daughter 1927
Mavis Sullivan daughter 1930
Thomas Sullivan son 1930
Parents
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Honora Aka Hannah Or Nora Kearney mother
Thomas William Sullivan father
Spouse
NameRelationshipDatesSource
Mary - Molly Fitzpatrick wife 18th November 1919
Physical
ComplexionEyesHairSource
DateHeightSource
1914-11-16 5'5"
Religion
DateReligionSource
1914-12-15 Roman Catholic

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External Evidence

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Birth Registration - Newfoundland, Canada, Births, Marriages, and Deaths, 1850-1949 sandy157005
Birth Registration for John T. Sullivan sandy157005
Find a Grave John. T. Sullivan sandy157005

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Register of Birth - John T. Sullivan sandy157005
Attestation Paper, First Newfoundland Regiment sandy157005
Descriptive Report Enlistment/Discharge sandy157005

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