Charles John Sullivan
- Born: 9 Sep 1895, Narrandera,,New South Wales,Australia
- Marriage (1): Christina Ellen Doughty in 1925 in Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia
- Died: 2 Oct 1975, Albury, New South Wales, Australia at age 80
- Buried: Oct 1975, Tumbarumba Cemetery, Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia
When Charles was a young boy he contracted German Measles and his sore eyes were treated with Blue Stone which blinded him - he was left with very little eyesight. He had a lot to do with his sisters as they lived in or visited Tumbarumba.
Charles owned about 60 acres on the edge of town where he ran sheep and grew vegetables. During the war he grew potatoes and the land army girls from the Batlow Camp came to dig them for the war effort.
By 1935 his parents William and Catherine were living in Tumbarumba too. Charles and his family were living with them in Main St. Tumbarumba in 1936. His daughter Katherine can remember coming home from school aged 5 on the day of Williams death and seeing him laid out in his coffin in the sleepout at the end of the verandah.
Charles married Christina Ellen Doughty, daughter of Robert W Doughty and Sarah A Unknown, in 1925 in Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia. (Christina Ellen Doughty was born on 28 Sep 1901 in Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia, died on 1 Aug 1966 in Albury, New South Wales, Australia and was buried in Aug 1966 in Tumbarumba Cemetery, Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia.)