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Sulivan, Sir Bartholomew Jameslocked

  • J. K. Laughton
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Sulivan, Sir Bartholomew James (1810–1890), naval officer and hydrographer, the eldest son of Rear-Admiral Thomas Ball Sulivan (1780–1857) and his wife, Henrietta, daughter of Rear-Admiral Bartholomew James, was born at Tregew, near Falmouth, on 18 November 1810. On 4 September 1823 he entered the ...

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