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Pierce Quick of Dover, Racine County, Wis.
Posted by: Zoe Lappin (ID *****7419) Date: December 20, 2006 at 11:03:19
In Reply to: John Quirk, Clayton County, Iowa, & Grant County, Wis. by Zoe Lappin of 663

I'm finding the first name Pierce frequently among the Quirks who went to Wisconsin. These include Pierce Quirk and wife Mary Cleary or Clary who immigrated in 1849 and were in Dover, Racine County, in 1850-1870. Does this Pierce Quirk connect to John C. Quirk of Beetown, Grant County, Wis., and later Grant County, South Dakota? It seems likely since that John had at least two grandsons named Pierce, one surnamed Quirk, the other Cahill. Wish correspondence with descendants of Pierce Quirk of Racine County.


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