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Dennis Sullivan, well known pioneer resident of Adams county, passed away Saturday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock at the Clarinda State Hospital where he had been for treatment since April 21.For a number of months Mr. Sullivan had been in failing health.He resided on a farm south of Corning.Mr. Sullivan was born near Farley, Dubuque County, Iowa, September 20, 1860 and was aged 69 years, 9 months and 17 days at the time of his death.Mr. Sullivan came to Adams county with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sullivan, in 1868 where the family located on the farm in Mercer township.Since that time Mr. Sullivan has always resided in Adams County, spending most of his life on a farm.Mr. Sullivan was twice married and is survived by one son by his first marriage, John Dennis Sullivan, of Corning.He is also survived by one brother, Charles Sullivan of Corning and four sisters.The Sisters are Mrs. Annie Glue of Delaware, Iowa: Miss Mary Sullivan of National Home, Kansas: Mrs. Kate Sullivan of this county and Mrs. Maggie Scanlon of Cromwell.
He is also survived by three stepsisters and two step-brothers. They are Mrs. Nellie Jackson of Buckley, Washington; Mrs. Nora Scott of Burien, Washington; Mrs. Francis William of Cascade, Idaho, Dan and William Sullivan of this vicinity.
Funeral services were held from the Charles Sullivan home west of Corning, Monday morning.The services were in charge of Rev. Fr. M. J. Powers and burial was made in Calvary cemetery.