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Thomas Denis O'Sullivan **
(1856-1945)
Susannah Mary Sole **
(1864-1927)
Patrick Durnan **
(1840-1909)
Catherine Guiney **
(1848-1925)
Edmund John O'Sullivan
(1890-1957)
Mary Josephine Durnan
(1881-1979)

Florance O'Sullivan
(1917-1978)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Patricia Ann Bloor

Florance O'Sullivan

  • Born: 7 Jun 1917, Narrandera,,New South Wales,Australia
  • Marriage (1): Patricia Ann Bloor on 17 Jan 1951 in St Mels Catholic Church, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia
  • Died: 19 Nov 1978, 29 Dalgetty St, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia at age 61
  • Buried: 21 Nov 1978, R/C Plan B Section, Narrandera Cemetery, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia

bullet   Cause of his death was Acute myocardial infarction, minutes/Ischaemic heart disease, years.

bullet   Another name for Florance was Florance Sullivan.

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bullet  General Notes:

Florance enlisted in the Australian Military Forces on 2 February 1942 at Martin Place, Sydney. His service number was NX87034. He was 25 years old, a single farmer born in Narrandera. His mother, Mary Sullivan, was listed as his next of kin, address Mt Crystal, Kamarah which was also recorded as his permanent address. His religion was Roman Catholic. His hair was dark, eyes Grey.

He spent his first year of service in Sydney and Townsville undertaking training before embarking on the Tarooma on the 12 March 1943 for Milne Bay in Papua, where he disembarked two days later. Here he served with the 2/3 Lt AA Battery and the 9 Lt AA Battery, both Artillery units. The environment at Milne Bay was unpleasant and depressing. It rained every day during the construction period and the few roads became impassable to vehicles. Living in rain-soaked tents on muddy ground, the men felt that 'even Hell would be preferable', at least they would be dry. The area was also one of the worst places in the world for malaria, and many men became infected during the first weeks there, though it would take a couple of months before an epidemic broke out.
Source: http://www.ww2australia.gov.au/asfaras/milnebay.html

Florance did contract Malaria whilst at Milne Bay, being discharged from hospital in November 1943. He remained in New Guinea until May of 1944 when he returned to Townsville. In December of 1944 he was discharged from the AMF "being required for employment in an essential occupation".

bullet  Medical Notes:

His death certificate records that he had a pacemaker installed.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

He resided at the time of his marriage on 17 Jan 1951 in "Sunnyside", Kamarah, New South Wales, Australia.

He worked as a Farmer at the time of his marriage on 17 Jan 1951.

He worked as a Farmer at the time of his death on 19 Nov 1978.

He resided at the time of his death on 19 Nov 1978 in 29 Dalgetty St, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia.


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Florance married Patricia Ann Bloor, daughter of Norman William Bloor and Annie Phyllis McKay, on 17 Jan 1951 in St Mels Catholic Church, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia. (Patricia Ann Bloor was born circa 1932 and died in 1998 in Queensland, Australia.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

It was a Roman Catholic Cemetery. Witness were John Sullivan and Nasah Bloor, brother of the groom and sister of the bride.

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