Can some one please help me? I wrote the historical society there in Randolph County but they have never answered me.
My ancestors I think were only in Randolph County for maybe 10 years. I can not come there to do the research so if you could please help I would be ever so grateful.
I found my great grandmother in Beverly, Randolph County in the 1910 census.
She was living in Warren County, PA with her husband in 1900. Who I am looking for is:
Patrick Henry QUINN born Oct 1857 Canada and died between 1900 - 1910 wife/ Esther Parnelia Powers born 26 Jul 1866 Ozaukee Co., WI and died after 1910
In the 1910 Beverly census it says:
#184 Esther P. QUINN 43 Wd 3-3 WI NY NY owns
her home she had two children living with her
Harley A. age 23 and Mabel L. age 15
Her daugther Edna J. Quinn had married Clarence C. Dunkle Dec 1906 in Watoga, WV.
Mary Hitt did a look up for me and found three Quinn's listed in "They Rest Quietly - Cemetery Recrods of Randolph Co., WV" and they were:
QUINN, M.J. b. Aug 1857 Canada and d. 21 Jan 1908. Buried at Maplewood Cemeter, Leadsville District.
QUINN, Michael J. b. 1861 d. 2 Nov 1911
QUINN, James b. 1860 d. 2 Nov 1911
These last two are both buried at St. Vincent Cemetery, Roaring Creek District.
Is there anyone there who can possible help me? I am hoping to find a death date for Patrick QUINN.
He would have died between 1900 and 1910 and they had moved to WV before 1906.
I think maybe the M.J. QUINN was typed wrong or something cause the rest of it fits.
Since Esther Quinn owns her home, there may be a land deed which would say who bought it.
There may be a probate record for Patrick QUINN who died. I would also like to know if Esther stayed there or did she sell the house. I looked in the 1920 census but could not find her. She may have married. Her
children all moved to Idaho about 1911 or 1912 so if she sold the land it would have been between 1910 & 1912.
Is there anything you can do to help me with this? Or can you suggest a line for me to follow.
Thank you so very much. As you can imagine this is very important to me, they are my great grandparents and this is the first break I have had on them in a long time.
Sandy Carneiro firstname.lastname@example.org
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