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The O'Sullivan Network
An inter-network dedicated to the preservation and promulgation of the history, legend, folkore, tradition, ancestry, geneology and camaraderie of
the O'Sullivan & Sullivan clans.

We are seeking the identity of world-wide-web links consistent with this philosophy, such as those linked below. If you are aware of any, please email the URL to:

Jim O'Sullivan


The Last Prince of Ireland

An o-sullivan.net book review
Now available in paperback

Beara-Breifne Greenway

Map of O'Sullivan's March
View detailed route of the famous 1603 march
from Beara to Laitrim - click here.

The Book of Sullivan

A chronological history of the clan.
Kirribili Press

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A Guide to the Beara Penninsula

Beara Tourism's descriptive guide to the
ancestral home of the O'Sullivan Clan.


Dunboy Castle and Bere Island

360 degree Panorama at Dunboy

The Origin of the Name
Information provided by Maryl Hook.

John O'Sullivan of Cappanacuss Castle. His castle today
The Official Website of the Town of Kenmare, County Kerry
The Capture of Morty Oge O'Sullivan
Excerpts from Tucky's History of Cork
From Margaret Grogan's informative County Cork site.

Lt. Col. Adam Hubley's Journal of Sullivan's March
Major General Sullivan's Official Report to Congress
From Archive.org archives and Pushhamburger's War for American Independence

O'Sullivan Mor

O'Sullivan Beare
Eddie Geoghegan's Coats of Arms

Celtic Radio
Listen to Celtic Music while browsing.

This Week's Irish Proverb
Things that come to those that wait    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .   may be things left by those who got there first.

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O'Sullivan Lineage
O'Sullivan/Sullivan Genealogical Assistance
Obtain help (or help others) in tracing one's ancestry by placing (or responding to) a query in the Genealogical Queries feature. (It is recommended you first review the "Queries Guidelines" page.)
Or search for records of your ancestors in an enormous set of databases using our Genealogical Search feature.
Visit our very popular genealogical query feature provided by GenForum, which may be accessed by clicking on "GenForum's Sullivan Entries" below.
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A testimonial from the famous Irish author, Morgan Llywelyn:
I checked out your O'Sullivan website and was very impressed. You've
done a beautiful job - one your ancestors would be proud of. Ah, if
only we'd had the internet in the sixteenth century we might have foiled
Carew with instantaneous communication! Warmest good wishes for continued
success to you and to all members of this great Gaelic clan.

Morgan Llywelyn
Dublin, Ireland

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Hampsy Hollow
Jim's Family Website
Pilgrimage
Pilgrimage to Ireland

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