Names: Dunbar, Langdon, Leary, Morton, Quinlin, Quinn, Six

From: Brown County [[email protected]]
Sent: Sunday, August 18, 2002 3:18 PM
To: Brad & Leigh Ann Sickinger
Subject: RE: Brown County (1860 Census Index)

Dear Leigh Ann,

Here’s the information you requested:


1860 Census of Brown County, Illinois

Missouri Twp


John Quinlin 45 m farmer Ireland

Mrs. Ellen Quinlin 36 f Ireland

Mary Quinlin 19 f Illinois

Margaret Quinlin 17 f Illinois

Julia Quinlin 16 f Illinois

Citty[prob. Kitty] Quinlin 14 f Illinois

James Quinlin 11 m Illinois

Lizzie Quinlin 9 f Illinois

Bridgit Quinlin 5 f Illinois

Margaret Langdon 9 f Missouri

Dennis Leary 22 m farmer Kentucky


Cooperstown Twp


Benjamin Quinn 27 m farmer Kentucky

Nancy Quinn 28 f Kentucky

Elizabeth Quinn 4 f Illinois

Jasper Quinn 3 m Illinois

Newton Quinn 3 m Illinois

Lucy A. Quinn 1 f Illinois

George Quinn 17 m farmer Kentucky


Mt Sterling Twp


Joseph Quinn 30 m laborer Ireland

Joana Quinn 26 f Ireland



Daniel Six 36 m farmer Illinois

Mrs. Ann Six 26 f Kentucky

Mary B. Six 5 f Illinois

David P. Six 2 m Illinois

Esther M. Six 1 f Illinois

m. Morton 16 f domestic Missouri

J. J. Quinn 24 m farmer Kentucky [J. J. is clearly written 24 yrs of age.]


1870 Census of Brown County, Illinois

Mt Sterling Twp

Daniel Six 46 m farmer Kentucky

Ann Six 36 f Kentucky

Mary Six 15 f Illinois

Paul Six 12 m Illinois

Artimissia Six 11 f Illinois

Alice Six 7 f Illinois

William Six 3 m Illinois

John C. Quinn 64 m laborer Kentucky  [John C. is clearly written 64 yrs of age.]



Cooperstown Twp


Bainbridge Quinn 38 m farmer Kentucky

Nancy Quinn 38 f Kentucky

Elizabeth Quinn 14 f Illinois

Jasper Quinn 13 m Illinois

Newton Quinn 13 m Illinois

Emiline Quinn 11 f Illinos

Esteline Quinn 9 f Illinois

Georgeann Quinn 7 f Illinois

Sherman Quinn 5 m Illinois

Sarah Quinn 3 f Illinois


Just an additional note: Nancy Quinn’s maiden name is Dunbar, from Cemeteries of Brown County p.37.



Ken Huffman



-----Original Message-----
From: Brad & Leigh Ann Sickinger [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, August 13, 2002 6:45 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Brown County (1860 Census Index)


Hi, Ken and Laurie-  I'm dabbling in my research again.  Would you be able to provide me with the information for the following from the 1860 census.  Thanks.


Quinlin, John


Quinn, Benjamin


Quinn, George


Quinn, J. J.


Quinn, Joseph



Also from the 1870 Census:


Quinn, Bainbridge


Quinn, John C.





Leigh Ann Sickinger