Royal Naval Biography/Sullivan, Charles
SIR CHARLES SULLIVAN, Bart.
[Post-Captain of 1814.]
Third son of Sir Richard Joseph Sullivan, Bart. M.P. for Seaford, who died in 1806, by Mary, daughter of Thomas Lodge, of Leeds, Esq. He was born June 8, 1791; made lieutenant, April 25, 1808; commander. Mar. 24, 1812; appointed to the Penelope troop-ship, Oct. 26, 1813; and posted June 7, 1814. Since the peace he has commanded the Galatea frigate, employed in various services, for the usual period of three years.
This officer married, Nov. 21, 1818, the only daughter of Robert Taylor, of Ember Court, co. Surrey, Esq. His eldest surviving brother. Sir Henry Sullivan, Bart. Lieutenant-Colonel of the first regiment of Foot Guards, was killed before Bayonne, in April, 1814.
Agent.– J. Copland, Esq.