I don't have anything on Isaac except a note a Nadine sent me:
Sorry I took so long in getting back to you, but I couldn't get your e-mail to work, and I was away form my computer. anyway this info is from the History of Henry County Mo.
Issac J. Quick farmer and justice of peace, section 1, is a native of Sullivan Co. N.Y.., and was born July 9, 1835, his father being Philip and his mother MAry(Tyree) Quick, aslo of New YOrk. They reared four children, of whom Issac is the third child. In 1836 the family removed to Peoria County,Ill., where the resided till Isaac was seven years of age, at which time they went to HAncock Co. Ill., residing there till September, 1855. Then he emigrated to Missouri, settling in Henry County, and locaated where he now reside. He has172 acres of land well improved, and is one of our most successful farmers. Mr. Quick was married November 20, 1856 to Miss Sarah Ann Peeler, a daughter of Major Peeler, an old pioneer of this county. They have six children living: Margaret A, Mary J., Allie V., Larua O., Susan I., nad Rosa S.. In the fall of 1873, Mr. Q. was elected justice of peace of Bethlehem Towonship, the dduties of which position he is now discharging to the satisfction of all.
I found a census of HAncock Co. with Isaac 13 years old, listed with the Renshaw family. I tried to find a census of Peoria Co. but didn't find one. I deep trying.
I will post more later, I have a lot about Peelers. keep in touch.
According to this Phillip Quick and Mary Tyree were Isaac Parents. Thats who I had as Isaac's parents but with no source information. I also confirm that I found a census where Isaac was 13 years of age living with the Renshaw family.
Sally Ann's surname should be Peelor. I don't know when it was changed
I will see if I can find him in the 1850 census for Peoria County.
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