September 15, 1910
DEATH OF BENJAMIN SULLIVAN
Benjamin Sullivan, fourteen years old, died of typhoid fever Saturday afternoon at two o'clock at the home of his uncle, James Sullivan, near Canova, where he had been visiting. He had been ill about two weeks. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon from Woodbine church, the Rev. Carver (?) officiating. Interment was in Woodbine churchyard. He is survived by his father, A. L. Sullivan, and brother, Raymond Sullivan, of Washington. He was a nephew of G. W. Bell, J. M. Bell, J. S. Bell and D. P. Bell of Manasas; Mrs. H. P. Young and Miss S. C. Bell of Manassas, and Luther Sullivan, of Blandsford Bridge.