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Re: GG Grandmother Phebe Quick 1809-1887
Posted by: Elizabeth Johnson (ID *****6811) Date: November 21, 2012 at 11:07:49
In Reply to: Re: GG Grandmother Phebe Quick 1809-1887 by Paul Shaffer of 837

Hi Paul.

I don't think Phebe Quick's parents were from England. Can you confirm that somehow?

We have found Phebe's parents were James Quick and Mary, of Clinton, Dutchess County, NY and later of Schoharie, NY.

If you email me, I can send a report with all of my notes, but the short version is here below.

James Quick, b. ca. 1775, married Mary __.

In 1800, James Quick in Clinton, Dutchess Co. NY is 26-44; has two boys under 10 and two girls under 10, one girl 10-15; woman 26-45 and woman +45.

In 1810, James Quick in Clinton, Dutchess Co. NY is 26-45; has two boys under 10 and two 10-15. One girl under 10, two women 16-25 and one woman 26-44.

In 1820, James Quick in Schoharie was 26-45; had one boy 10-15 and three 16-18; one girl under 10 and two 10-15; wife 26-44. Four are working in Agriculture.

Children:

i. Catherine Quick 1789/1792 - Clinton, Dutchess County, NY; d.1871 unmarried in Commerce, Oakland County, Michigan. Death record has age 82 in 1871.
Lived in Michigan with sister Ann and near brothers Smith P and Reuben.

ii. Daughter Quick between 1790/1800 (from census). Don't know who she was, nor what became of her.

iii. Hugh b. 8 Oct. 1796; d. bef. 1850; married Christina __.
Hugh was baptized as an adult in Zions Evangelical Lutheran Church, Cobleskill, Schoharie, NY, on 13 August 1820.
Had children Catherine Shafer Quick baptized 30 January 1820 in Zions Evangelical Lutheran Church, Cobleskill, Schoharie, NY, and Mary Quick, baptized same church 16 Nov 1823.
Probably also Christina b. 1821, George b. 1827 and John Quick b. 1836 -- these last three the only Quicks in Cobleskill, NY in 1850-1860.
In 1850 John Quick in Cobleskill, 24 is married with Kataline, daughter Hannah age 3, and Christina Quick, age 50, lives with them.
If they have underestimated Christina age a little, she could be Hugh Quick's widow.

iv. Smith P (Peter) Quick ca 1799 in Clinton, Dutchess County, NY; d. 28 March 1882 - Chittenango, Madison County, NY. Unmarried.
This is the Peter Quick buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison Co. NY.
He spent some years out in Oakland County, Michigan, with siblings and a few nieces and nephews who also returned to Chittenango, Madison Co. NY (burials at Oakwood Cemetery).
In 3 land records in Parish, Oswego County, NY; in census there in 1830 (2 adult males, one woman, no children).

v. Theodatus (Theodore) b. ca 1800; d. between 1846/1850. Probably married Rebecca.
In 3 land records in Parish, Oswego County, NY;
in census there in 1840 (2 adult males, one woman, & children).
Children:
....... 1. Anna Maria Quick b. May 1826 - Schoharie, NY, who married Richard C Bettinger; three sons: George 1849, Charles 1851 and Reuben Bettinger 1853.
Theodore & Rebecca's son Hugh Quick lived with them from 1860 on, and took over operation of Bettinger's saloon in Sullivan, Madison County, NY after Bettinger died.
....... 2. David Quick, b. between 1830 and 1835 - Parish, Oswego County, NY. Lived with mother Rebecca & brother James in 1860, in Sullivan, Madison County, NY.
....... 3. Reuban Quick, b. 1836 - Parish, Oswego County, NY; d. 23 August 1858 - Chittenango, Madison County, NY; buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison County, NY.
In 1850 he was out in Commerce, Oakland, Michigan with aunts & uncles, but had returned to NY by 1860.
....... 4. Hugh W Quick, b. May 1839 - Parish, Oswego County, NY; d. 15 November 1904 - Chittenango, Madison County, NY; buried - Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison County, NY.
He ran the saloon that Richard Bettinger had, and continued living with his sister Anna Maria. Never married.
....... 5. Emeline Quick, b. February 1841 - Parish, Oswego County, NY; d. 14 February 1905 - Chittenango, Madison County, NY; buried - Oakwood Cemetery, Chittenango, Madison County, NY. Never married.
In 1850 and 1860 she was out in Commerce, Oakland, Michigan with aunts & uncles, but had returned to NY by 1870
--living with mother Rebecca, brother Hugh and sister Anna (Quick) Bettinger.
....... 6. James, b. 1846; don't know where; he appears once in 1860 census with mother Rebecca (her name is wrong in this census), and brother David, in Sullivan, Madison County, NY.

vi. Ann Quick, b. 1800 in Clinton, Dutchess County, NY. Married Hiram Calkins. They were in Michigan by 1840, it seems.
Had one daughter Mary who was mentally disabled, it seems. They lived in Oakland County, Michigan with Ann's brothers Smith P and Reuben.

Reuben Quick, b. 1806 Clinton, Dutchess County, NY; d. 20 June 1872 - Commerce,​ Oakland,​ Michigan. Farmer; apparently never married.

Phebe Quick, b. 1809 - Clinton, Dutchess County, NY. The 1875 state census gives her place of birth. Married Henry R Shaver; lived in Sullivan, Madison County, NY.
Died 1887 - Chittenango, Madison County, NY.

Daughter Quick b. ca 1811 or so. The 1840 census for Parish, Oswego County, NY indicates her existance.


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