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The James A. Sullivan - Margaret Lang Family of Portland, Maine
Posted by: Fran Malone (ID *****6479) Date: January 15, 2007 at 15:43:35
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Margaret Lang was the second child born to James Lang and Marjorie Molloy. Margaret was born March 1876 in Portland, Maine and she is the older sister to my Grandmother Anna I. Lang who was born August 1887.

Margaret Lang married James Augustus Sullivan in Portland, Maine on Feb. 25, 1900. They had the following children born in Portland: James A. 1900, John T. 1903, Mary 1910, Joseph A. 1912, Margaret 1915, and George 1918.
James Augustus Sullivan was born Feb. 13, 1873 and he died October 3, 1934. Margaret (Lang) Sullivan was born March 1876 and she died in Portland on December 25, 1960.

I have researched the children in part the best I could.
The son John T. Sullivan was the child that I followed the best and if any of John's Great Grandchildren read this then contact me at

John T. Sullivan was born about 1903 and according to the Portland City Directories died about 1941. He married
Helen Conley about 1924 (believe Portland) and they had the following children: Dorothy 1924, John L. 1926, James A. 1928, Mary F. 1931, and Philip J. 1934.
The Son John L. Sullivan was born April 7, 1926 in Portland, Maine and died June 28, 2006 in Portland. He married Ruth Cogan Sep. 1952 in Portland where they resided for many years before moving to Scarborough, Maine. John's wife Ruth Cogan died in Scarborough in Sept. 2002.
If you are a decendant of James A. Sullivan and Margaret Lang please email me at

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