Thomas Crook Sullivan
Brigadier General, United States Army
Crook Sullivan of Ohio
Appointed from Ohio, Cadet United States Military Academy, 1 July 1852 (12)
Second Lieutenant, 1st U. S. Artillery, 3 August 1861
Captain, CS, 3 August 1861
Captain, 20 August 1862 to 27 January 1863 and from 21 March to 1 August 1865
Major, CS, 14 April 1875
Lieutenant Colonel, Assistant CSG, 14 July 1890
Colonel, ACGS, 27 December 1892
Brigadier General, Commissary General of Subsistence, 18 January 1897
Retired 14 November 1897
Breveted Major and Lieutenant Colonel, 13 March 1865, for faithful and meritorious services during the war.
Your information about where General Thomas Crook Sullivan died is incorrect. He was not living in Troy, Ohio at the time of his death, he was living in a Hotel at Fortress Monroe, Virginia.
Also of note, General Sullivan was the nephew of General George Crook.
He served throughout the Civil War and was Breveted Major and Lieutenant Colonel on March 13, 1865 for "faithful and meritorious service."
He remained in the Army following the war, mainly in supply and subsistence roles until he retired on November 14, 1897 as Commissary General of Subsistence.
He died at Fortress Monroe, Virginia, in 1908 and was buried in Section 1 of Arlington National Cemetery. He is buried in one of only two mausoleums in Arlington, the other being that of Lieutenant General Nelson Appleton Miles in Section 2.
His daughter, Anna James Stith Sullivan (December
15, 1862-April 8, 1944) and his wife, Martha Castleton Sullivan (Entered
into eternal rest the 7th Day of December 1897) are buried with him.
SULLIVAN, MARTHA CASTELMAN W/O T C
SULLIVAN, ANNA J STITH D/O THOMAS C
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