THOMAS SULLIVAN

From: "A History of the Scotch Presbyterian Church, St. Gabriel Street, Montreal"
By Rev. Robert Campbell, Montreal 1887


Thomas Sullivan, who subscribed one guinea to the building of a Presbyterian Church in Montreal, was an Irish Protestant who kept a tavern, and afterwards acted as a real estate agent. It was at his house that St. Peter's Masonic Lodge held their meetings in 1794. He owned pew No.61 in the St. Gabriel Street Church.

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