Names: Cox, Dunbar, Quinn, Reich, Snyder
From: Laurie Huffman [[email protected]]
Sent: Monday, October 09, 2006 12:04 PM
To: 'Annie Oller'
Cc: Kenneth Huffman
Subject: RE: Cemeteries of Brown County Lookup
have included three generation of the Quinns because
it helps flesh out the relationships to the couple you requested. The URL I
have included will take you to a map which will help you locate
Let me know if I can be of any further assistance.
Earl N. Quinn (1885-1949) son of Isaac Newton Quinn & Louisa Reich
Cora Snyder, w/o Earl N. Quinn (1886-1938)
Louisa Reich, w/o Isaac
Jasper Quinn (1858 – 1925) Twin brother of Isaac Newton Quinn and s/o Bembridge B. Quinn & Nancy
Alice Cox (1857-1923) Wife of Jasper Quinn.
Alice B. Quinn (1902 - ?) No death date given.
Bembridge Benjamin Quinn (1 Mar 1832 – 23 Mar 1919)
Nancy Dunbar, 1st w/o Bembridge B. Quinn (23 Jan 1831 – 28 Feb 1875)
The family relationship section on p. 37 confuses Alice Cox Quinn with Alice B. Quinn, wife of Jasper. Alice B. is probably their child. I checked the 1900 and 1910 censuses to see if I could find her with the family, but she wasn’t there. She probably died between 1902 and 1910. The Versailles Area Genealogical & Historical Society can probably find a death notice for this child. Go to this URL to find info for contacting VAGHS: http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilbrown/brnadd.html.
Bembridge Benjamin Quinn married 2nd Harriet Huffman (a relative of my husband) on 3 Sep 1884. Harriet was born 24 Sep 1831 and died 5 Jun 1896. This additional information is taken from my husband’s database.
for my family Grandfather was Earl Quinn. Grandmother was Alice B. Quinn, where
cemetary is located? and somewhere around