October 5, 1911
JAMES SULLIVAN DIES OF PARALYSIS
Stricken Preparing for Church
End Came Sunday Night -- Funeral Yesterday at Woodbine -- Postmaster and Merchant at Canova
James R. Sullivan joined the Prince William Rifles, Company F, of the Seventeenth Virginia Infantry and served faithfully with the company to the surrender at Appomattox, and was twice wounded. He was made corporal and afterward sergeant.
Mr. Sullivan was postmaster at Canova, where he conducted a general merchandise store. He had been a resident of Prince William county all his life. Mr. Sullivan is survived by a daughter, Mrs. C. M. Russell, and by two grand-children, at Canova. His wife died nine years ago.