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Quinn family of Florence and Redfield
Posted by: Shawn Doyle (ID *****2515) Date: January 28, 2003 at 13:53:09
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John Quinn born in Ireland about 1838 came to Oneida County, New York and married Margaret (unknown). They moved to just north 5 miles to Redfield, Oswego County, New York about 1866. There they had three sons, John C.(c1866), Andrew M. (c1868) and William (April 1873). John and William apparently died before 1880. Around 1885 Margaret died and John Quinn remarried Ellen Dillon of Florence, Oneida County, NY. They had two children: Julia Teresa Quinn (March 20, 1887, later married James a. Adams of Osceola, Lewis County, New york--5 miles or so away) and Edward Quinn (c1889) who married and moved to McConnelsville, NY and later Syracuse, NY. HE had two daughters born after 1915--Helen Teresa and another unknown girl.
About 1900 John & Ellen Quinn moved to Florence and settled in town at the foot of Graves Cemetery in a small house. They both died sometime after 1925.
We are seeking information on any relations of this family. Particularly Andrew Quinn and Edward Quinn and their families. We know that the Gaffy and Mulvanny families of Florence were somehow connected to the Quinns or Dillons.
Julia Q. Adams had a daughter Alice Adams who married Oren Yerdon (Ike) of Redfield and had 9 children. This family well traced out, as is the family of her brother John Q. Adams (2 sons).

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