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John Quirk, Clayton County, Iowa, 1850
Posted by: Zoe Lappin (ID *****7419) Date: November 02, 2006 at 12:07:30
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What happened to John Quirk, enumered 1850 in Millville township, Clayton County, Iowa, and 1860, 1870 and 1875 in Beetown, Grant County, Wis? Born Ireland around 1810-1820. Enumerated in 1850 with wife Catherine and two daughters plus 2 women with last name Forman or Dorman. With no wife and five children 1860 in Beetown; with no wife and one daughter same place 1870. Married Ann Frances Austin Savage in Beetown in 1872 and had at least one child, Rose, in 1875. Enumerated there in 1875 Wisconsin state census, and that's his last known sighting.


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