Re: the Sullivan brothers

Barb Bergman (barbara.bergman@angelo.edu)
Mon, 11 Dec 2000 12:39:40 -0800 (PST)

The History Channel recently did an episode of History's Mysteries on the
Sullivans.
The 1944 movie is known as "The Sullivans" or "The Fighting Sullivans" It
has occasionally popped up one of the old movie channels.

A Google search for Sullivan Brothers and Waterloo brought up lots of sites
(They were from Waterloo, IA. That public library probably has a ton of
information.)
http://www.castletown.com/Brothers.htm
http://www.pressanykey.com/cs156/x98/LWong/Sullivan.htm
http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/worldbook/atozhistory/s/725531.html

Barb

At 12:25 PM 12/11/2000 -0800, you wrote:
>I'm hoping to find information about the Naval ship that sank with the 6
>Sullivan brothers aboard. I understand a movie was made related to this
>incident and the subsequent prevention of family being assigned to the
>same ship. I have a request from somebody is looking for the
>granddaughter (I believe), who has sponsored a web page and is a
>spokesperson for that era/incident in order to proceed with a dedication
> to the Sullivan family. If you have any information that might assist
>me in finding information about the Sullivan deaths aboard their ship, I
>would be most grateful. Thanks!
>
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