Orpha L. English

F

Marriage*Orpha L. English married John Francis Inghram Senior, son of Robert L. Inghram and Eliza Jane Small, on 15 May 1886.1,2 

Family

John Francis Inghram Senior b. 1 Jul 1863, d. 17 Mar 1940

Last Edited28 Feb 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  2. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976, John F. Inghram Sr. was married to an Orpha English and they had five children.

Harrison Malone

M

Marriage*Harrison Malone married Mary Della Burks, daughter of Elhanen Winchester Burks and Mary Minerva Quigley, on 21 October 1894 at Walla Walla, Walla Walla county, Washington.1,2,3

Family

Mary Della Burks b. 11 Dec 1871, d. 27 Oct 1949
Children

Last Edited26 Mar 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  2. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976, Mary Della Burks married a Harrison malone and they had two children a boy, Carl, and a girl Ruth, and lost two small children. After Mr. Malone's death, the above Mr. Inghram and Mrs. Malone were married. To this union there was three boys, my husband Jack, Donald the brother you called in Idaho, and Harold of Lewiston, Idaho.

    From a record written by Mary Minerva Quigley Burks:
    MARRIAGES
    Mary D. to H. Malone, on October 21, 1894 at Walla Walla, Washington. H. Malone Died and she then married J. F. Inghram.
  3. [S11740] Letter, Gladys Quigley to Jenny Rasmusson, ca 1974, El Hain Birk daughter Della Burk was married twice
    First marrage was to a Malone - had a son & daughter
    1 - Carl
    2- Ruth.

Carl Wesley Malone1

M, b. 19 June 1896, d. 11 September 1971

FatherHarrison Malone1
MotherMary Della Burks1 b. 11 Dec 1871, d. 27 Oct 1949
Carl Wesley Malone|b. 19 Jun 1896\nd. 11 Sep 1971|p13.htm#i687609|Harrison Malone||p13.htm#i687608|Mary Della Burks|b. 11 Dec 1871\nd. 27 Oct 1949|p8.htm#i684341|||||||Elhanen W. Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary M. Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|

Birth*Carl Wesley Malone was born on 19 June 1896.1 
Marriage*He married an unknown person on 20 January 1923.1 
Death*He died on 11 September 1971 at age 75.1 

Last Edited6 Feb 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.

Ruth Sadie Malone1

F, b. 28 April 1905, d. 10 January 1974

FatherHarrison Malone1
MotherMary Della Burks1 b. 11 Dec 1871, d. 27 Oct 1949
Ruth Sadie Malone|b. 28 Apr 1905\nd. 10 Jan 1974|p13.htm#i687610|Harrison Malone||p13.htm#i687608|Mary Della Burks|b. 11 Dec 1871\nd. 27 Oct 1949|p8.htm#i684341|||||||Elhanen W. Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary M. Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|

Birth*Ruth Sadie Malone was born on 28 April 1905.1 
Death*She died on 10 January 1974 at age 68.1 

Last Edited6 Feb 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.

Becky Quigley

F, d. 5 December 1848

Married NameHer married name was Clark. 
Name Variation Becky Quigley was also known as Betsey Quigley. 
BirthShe was born on 10 August 1772 at Worchester, MA. 
BaptismShe was baptized on 10 August 1777.1 
BaptismShe was baptized on 10 August 1777 at Worcester, Worcester county, Massachusetts. 
Death*She died on 5 December 1848. 

Last Edited28 Aug 2010

Citations:

  1. [S11628] Jennie Williams, Becky baptized Aug. 10, 1777.

Hugh Quigley

M, b. 5 April 1765, d. 12 October 1841

BirthHugh Quigley was born on 31 March 1765 at Worchester, MA. 
Birth*He was born on 5 April 1765 at Worcester, Worcester county, Massachusetts. 
ChristeningHe was christened on 25 April 1765 at Worcester, Worcester county, Massachusetts.1 
Event-MiscHe was (an unknown value) on 29 June 1786 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.2 
ResidingHe was residing on 29 June 1786 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.2 
Death*He died on 12 October 1841 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts, at age 76.1,3 

Family

Children

Last Edited13 Feb 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  2. [S2215] Unknown author, Chester Folks Founders, Ancestors and Descendants.
  3. [S11544] Massachusetts) New England Historic Genealogical Society (Boston, Chester, MA Vital Records, Hugh Quigley [h. Mary] Oct 12, 1841; a. 77 GR1.

James Quigley

M, b. February 1797, d. 5 October 1883

FatherHugh Quigley b. 5 Apr 1765, d. 12 Oct 1841
James Quigley|b. Feb 1797\nd. 5 Oct 1883|p13.htm#i687728|Hugh Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1765\nd. 12 Oct 1841|p13.htm#i687723||||||||||||||||

Birth*James Quigley was born in February 1797 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts. 
Death*He died on 5 October 1883 at Chester Hill, Hampshire county, Massachusetts, at age 86. 
Burial*He was buried after 5 October 1883 at Ingell Cemetery, Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts. 

Family

Children

Last Edited6 May 2010

John Quigley

M, b. 16 February 1799, d. 16 August 1802

FatherHugh Quigley1 b. 5 Apr 1765, d. 12 Oct 1841
John Quigley|b. 16 Feb 1799\nd. 16 Aug 1802|p13.htm#i687730|Hugh Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1765\nd. 12 Oct 1841|p13.htm#i687723||||||||||||||||

Name Variation John Quigley was also known as John Gorden Quigley.1 
Birth*He was born on 16 February 1799 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.1 
BaptismHe was baptized on 13 August 1802 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.1 
Death*He died on 16 August 1802 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts, at age 3.1,2 

Last Edited13 Feb 2011

Citations:

  1. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  2. [S11544] Massachusetts) New England Historic Genealogical Society (Boston, Chester, MA Vital Records, John Quigley s. Capt. Hugh & Polly Aug 16, 1802 [John Gorden Quigley, s. Lt. Quigley, a. 3 y. 6 m. CR1].

Lucresia Quigley

F, b. 14 August 1802, d. 14 August 1802

FatherHugh Quigley b. 5 Apr 1765, d. 12 Oct 1841
Lucresia Quigley|b. 14 Aug 1802\nd. 14 Aug 1802|p13.htm#i687735|Hugh Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1765\nd. 12 Oct 1841|p13.htm#i687723||||||||||||||||

Name Variation Lucresia Quigley was also known as Lucretia Quigley.1 
Death*She died on 14 August 1802 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.2 
Birth*She was born on 14 August 1802 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts.3 

Last Edited6 May 2010

Citations:

  1. [S11522] Unknown compiler, "unknown short title", Ancestral File.
  2. [S11544] Massachusetts) New England Historic Genealogical Society (Boston, Chester, MA Vital Records, Lucrisia Quigley d. Capt Hugh & Polly Aug 14, 1802.
  3. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.

William Quigley

M, b. 13 August 1802, d. 6 May 1878

FatherHugh Quigley b. 5 Apr 1765, d. 12 Oct 1841
William Quigley|b. 13 Aug 1802\nd. 6 May 1878|p13.htm#i687739|Hugh Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1765\nd. 12 Oct 1841|p13.htm#i687723||||||||||||||||

Christening*William Quigley was christened on 13 August 1802 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts. 
BirthHe was born on 28 September 1806 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts. 
ResidingHe was residing on 27 October 1827 at Daviess county, Indiana.1 
Death*He died on 6 May 1878 at Chester, Hampden county, Massachusetts, at age 75. 

Family

Child

Last Edited6 May 2010

Citations:

  1. [S2315] Unknown author, Washington county, OH Deed Index, had land mortgaged to grandfather, poss.

Male Fisher1

M, b. between 1815 and 1820

FatherJoseph Fisher1 b. c 1774
MotherMeriam Martin1 d. b 1830
Male Fisher|b. bt 1815 - 1820|p13.htm#i687963|Joseph Fisher|b. c 1774|p10.htm#i685399|Meriam Martin|d. b 1830|p11.htm#i686942|Jonathan Fisher|b. 16 Mar 1752\nd. b 20 Jun 1803|p10.htm#i685317|Grace w. J. Fisher|b. c 1752\nd. a 11 Jul 1825|p11.htm#i685562|||||||

Birth*Male Fisher was born between 1815 and 1820.1 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of Joseph Fisher at Camden, Gloucester county, New Jersey.1 

Last Edited20 Mar 2010

Citations:

  1. [S2200] 1830 Original, 99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Daughter of Joseph Fisher1

F, b. between 1825 and 1830

FatherJoseph Fisher1 b. c 1774
MotherMeriam Martin1 d. b 1830
Daughter of Joseph Fisher|b. bt 1825 - 1830|p13.htm#i687964|Joseph Fisher|b. c 1774|p10.htm#i685399|Meriam Martin|d. b 1830|p11.htm#i686942|Jonathan Fisher|b. 16 Mar 1752\nd. b 20 Jun 1803|p10.htm#i685317|Grace w. J. Fisher|b. c 1752\nd. a 11 Jul 1825|p11.htm#i685562|||||||

Birth*Daughter of Joseph Fisher was born between 1825 and 1830.1 

Last Edited20 Mar 2010

Citations:

  1. [S2200] 1830 Original, 99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Daughter of Joseph Fisher1

F, b. between 1815 and 1820

FatherJoseph Fisher1 b. c 1774
MotherMeriam Martin1 d. b 1830
Daughter of Joseph Fisher|b. bt 1815 - 1820|p13.htm#i687965|Joseph Fisher|b. c 1774|p10.htm#i685399|Meriam Martin|d. b 1830|p11.htm#i686942|Jonathan Fisher|b. 16 Mar 1752\nd. b 20 Jun 1803|p10.htm#i685317|Grace w. J. Fisher|b. c 1752\nd. a 11 Jul 1825|p11.htm#i685562|||||||

Birth*Daughter of Joseph Fisher was born between 1815 and 1820.1 

Last Edited20 Mar 2010

Citations:

  1. [S2200] 1830 Original, 99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Daughter of Joseph Fisher1

F, b. between 1810 and 1815

FatherJoseph Fisher1 b. c 1774
MotherMeriam Martin1 d. b 1830
Daughter of Joseph Fisher|b. bt 1810 - 1815|p13.htm#i687966|Joseph Fisher|b. c 1774|p10.htm#i685399|Meriam Martin|d. b 1830|p11.htm#i686942|Jonathan Fisher|b. 16 Mar 1752\nd. b 20 Jun 1803|p10.htm#i685317|Grace w. J. Fisher|b. c 1752\nd. a 11 Jul 1825|p11.htm#i685562|||||||

Birth*Daughter of Joseph Fisher was born between 1810 and 1815.1 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1830 in the household of Joseph Fisher at Camden, Gloucester county, New Jersey.1 

Last Edited20 Mar 2010

Citations:

  1. [S2200] 1830 Original, 99-101 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

Jessie C. Quigley1

F, b. February 1862

FatherRobert D. Quigley1 b. 18 Oct 1832
MotherMary Jane Parks1 b. Sep 1842
Jessie C. Quigley|b. Feb 1862|p13.htm#i688526|Robert D. Quigley|b. 18 Oct 1832|p3.htm#i15975|Mary Jane Parks|b. Sep 1842|p6.htm#i683518|William J. Quigley|b. 31 Jan 1800\nd. 5 Mar 1836|p2.htm#i15951|Elizabeth Somers|b. 28 Jul 1801\nd. 5 Jul 1869|p5.htm#i62250|||||||

Birth*Jessie C. Quigley was born in February 1862 at Illinois.1,2 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks at Macoupin county, Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusJessie C. Quigley appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks at Gillespie, Macoupin county, Illinois.3 
(Witness) CensusJessie C. Quigley appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks at Gillespie, Macoupin county, Illinois; Shows 4 children born, 3 living.2 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3498] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  2. [S3521] Unknown compiler, "1900 Illinois Census and Soundex", Ancestral File.
  3. [S3522] 1880 Original, unknown repository address.

Mary E. Quigley1

F, b. 1865

FatherRobert D. Quigley1 b. 18 Oct 1832
MotherMary Jane Parks1 b. Sep 1842
Mary E. Quigley|b. 1865|p13.htm#i688527|Robert D. Quigley|b. 18 Oct 1832|p3.htm#i15975|Mary Jane Parks|b. Sep 1842|p6.htm#i683518|William J. Quigley|b. 31 Jan 1800\nd. 5 Mar 1836|p2.htm#i15951|Elizabeth Somers|b. 28 Jul 1801\nd. 5 Jul 1869|p5.htm#i62250|||||||

Name Variation Mary E. Quigley was also known as Minnie Quigley. 
Birth*She was born in 1865 at Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks at Macoupin county, Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusMary E. Quigley appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks at Gillespie, Macoupin county, Illinois.2 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3498] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  2. [S3522] 1880 Original, unknown repository address.

James N. Quigley1

M, b. 1861

FatherGeorge W. Quigley1 b. 22 Nov 1834, d. a 1836
MotherLetitia James Parks1 b. 1826
James N. Quigley|b. 1861|p13.htm#i688528|George W. Quigley|b. 22 Nov 1834\nd. a 1836|p3.htm#i15974|Letitia James Parks|b. 1826|p6.htm#i683521|William J. Quigley|b. 31 Jan 1800\nd. 5 Mar 1836|p2.htm#i15951|Elizabeth Somers|b. 28 Jul 1801\nd. 5 Jul 1869|p5.htm#i62250|||||||

Birth*James N. Quigley was born in 1861 at Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of George W. Quigley and Letitia James Parks at Macoupin county, Illinois.1 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3498] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

Ella V. Quigley1

F, b. 30 October 1863, d. 18 August 1942

FatherGeorge W. Quigley1 b. 22 Nov 1834, d. a 1836
MotherLetitia James Parks1 b. 1826
Ella V. Quigley|b. 30 Oct 1863\nd. 18 Aug 1942|p13.htm#i688529|George W. Quigley|b. 22 Nov 1834\nd. a 1836|p3.htm#i15974|Letitia James Parks|b. 1826|p6.htm#i683521|William J. Quigley|b. 31 Jan 1800\nd. 5 Mar 1836|p2.htm#i15951|Elizabeth Somers|b. 28 Jul 1801\nd. 5 Jul 1869|p5.htm#i62250|||||||

Name Variation Ella V. Quigley was also known as Ella E. Quigley. 
Birth*She was born on 30 October 1863 at Bunker Hill, Macoupin county, Illinois.1,2 
BirthShe was born in 1864 at Bunker Hill, Macoupin county, Illinois.3 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of George W. Quigley and Letitia James Parks at Macoupin county, Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusElla V. Quigley appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of George W. Quigley and Walter Somers Quigley at Carlinville, Macoupin county, Illinois.3 
Census*Ella V. Quigley and Walter Somers Quigley appeared on the census of 1930 at Carlinville, Macoupin county, Illinois.4 
Marriage*Ella V. Quigley married Walter Somers Quigley, son of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks, before 1942.2 
Death*Ella V. Quigley died on 18 August 1942 at Carlinville, Macoupin county, Illinois, at age 78.2 

Family

Walter Somers Quigley b. 30 May 1857, d. 22 Jan 1944
Marriage*She married Walter Somers Quigley, son of Robert D. Quigley and Mary Jane Parks, before 1942.2 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3498] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  2. [S11751] Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947 Extracted,TRANSCRIBED BY State of Illinois, Name: Ella E. Quigley
    Titles and Terms (original):
    Death Date: 18 Aug 1942
    Death Place: Carlinville, Macoupin, Illinois
    Gender: Female
    Marital Status:
    Race or Color:
    Age: 78
    Estimated Birth Year: 1864
    Birth Date: 30 Oct 1863
    Birthplace: Bunker Hill, Ill.
    Father: George W. Quigley
    Father's Titles and Terms (original):
    Father's Birth Place: Mobile, Ala.
    Mother: Lettia Parks
    Mother's Titles and Terms (original):
    Mother's Birth Place: Bunker Hill, Ill.
    Occupation: Housewife
    Residence: Carlinville, Macoupin, Illinois
    Street Address:
    Spouse: Walter Somers Quigley
    Spouse's Titles and Terms (original):
    Spouse's Birthplace:
    Burial Date: 22 Aug 1942
    Burial Place: Bunker Hill, Macoupin, Ill.
    Cemetery: Bunker Hill
    Informant:
    Additional Relatives:
    Digital Folder Number: 4008616
    Image Number: 520
    Film Number: 1852106
    Volume/Page/Certificate Number: IT1 33447.
  3. [S10732] Census, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  4. [S11440] 1930 Census, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

William Quigley1

M, b. 1868

FatherGeorge W. Quigley1 b. 22 Nov 1834, d. a 1836
MotherLetitia James Parks1 b. 1826
William Quigley|b. 1868|p13.htm#i688530|George W. Quigley|b. 22 Nov 1834\nd. a 1836|p3.htm#i15974|Letitia James Parks|b. 1826|p6.htm#i683521|William J. Quigley|b. 31 Jan 1800\nd. 5 Mar 1836|p2.htm#i15951|Elizabeth Somers|b. 28 Jul 1801\nd. 5 Jul 1869|p5.htm#i62250|||||||

Birth*William Quigley was born in 1868 at Illinois.1 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 1870 in the household of George W. Quigley and Letitia James Parks at Macoupin county, Illinois.1 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3498] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.

Pauline R. Quigley1

F, b. 10 January 1907, d. July 1977

FatherSeth Rolla Quigley1 b. 3 Jul 1870, d. 4 Dec 1928
MotherRosa H. Pickering1 b. 10 Nov 1872, d. 15 Jan 1964
Pauline R. Quigley|b. 10 Jan 1907\nd. Jul 1977|p13.htm#i688536|Seth Rolla Quigley|b. 3 Jul 1870\nd. 4 Dec 1928|p6.htm#i683612|Rosa H. Pickering|b. 10 Nov 1872\nd. 15 Jan 1964|p12.htm#i687227|William M. Quigley|b. 6 Mar 1822\nd. 14 May 1872|p3.htm#i45987|Julia A. Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1834\nd. 30 Dec 1908|p4.htm#i46558|||||||

Birth*Pauline R. Quigley was born on 10 January 1907 at Denver, Denver county, Colorado.2,3 
BirthShe was born on 1 October 1907 at Denver, Denver county, Colorado.4
BirthShe was born in 1908 at Colorado.1 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1910 in the household of Rosa H. Pickering and Seth Rolla Quigley at Precinct 8, Denver county, Colorado; as a street car conductor.5 
(Witness) CensusPauline R. Quigley appeared on the census of 1920 in the household of Seth Rolla Quigley and Rosa H. Pickering at Chico, Butte county, California; owning a restaurant.1 
Name Variation As of 15 July 1939, Pauline R. Quigley was also known as Pauline Sikola. 
Marriage*She married Al Sikola on 15 July 1939 at Chico, Butte county, California.3,6
(Witness) History (an unknown value).7 
Death*Pauline R. Quigley died in July 1977 at Concord, Contra Costa county, California, at age 70.2 

Family

Al Sikola b. 25 Jun 1902, d. 9 Dec 1993
Marriage*She married Al Sikola on 15 July 1939 at Chico, Butte county, California.3,6

Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations:

  1. [S3003] Unknown compiler, "CA 1920 California Census", Ancestral File.
  2. [S7883] Everton Publishers, 29 Jun 1998, Pauline SIKOLA
    Birth Date: 10 Jan 1907
    Death Date: Jul 1977
    Social Security Number: 568-72-2805
    State or Territory Where Number Was Issued: California

    Death Residence Localities
    ZIP Code: 94518
    Localities: Concord, Contra Costa, California.
  3. [S2261] Letter, Pauline Sikola to Jenny Rasmusson, 1970-1980's.
  4. [S2261] Letter, Pauline Sikola to Jenny Rasmusson, 1970-1980's, It was at this time, that I arrived on the scene. Grandmother Quigley came to help out but I guess she had to be cared for instead and so mother sent for her older sister Aunt Neal. So I was born at home in Denver on Jan. 10, 1907. Things were so tight and my father's health began to fail and Dr's didn't seem to know what was the matter.
  5. [S11186] Unknown compiler, "1910 Colorado Census", Ancestral File.
  6. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  7. [S2261] Letter, Pauline Sikola to Jenny Rasmusson, 1970-1980's, "My Life --
    It seems my grandmothers maiden name was Burns. How she met Grandfather Pickering from Ohio I don't know. It seems he was a widower with one girl Clara and it was through her that they got married. The next I know they were in Iowa, namely Indianola. It seems their house adjoined the Iowa Mental Institution because mother had not be installed in front of the porch.

    They had put Aunt Mary in a high chair on the newly constructed porch close to the edge and with her jumping she managed to tip the high chair off the porch. From all evidence she was a very happy, healthy normal child at birth. Their local Dr. was not at home so they took the hurt child to a new Dr. and he strapped her to a board.

    They don't know whether it was the treatment or just one of those things. Some thought she contacted spinal meningitis but they did later find out this Dr. had no license to practice and seemed to be some sort of vet. Anyhow Mary became an invalid and really effected the lives of all the rest."

    "It seems the little town was built in a little valley with the Baptist church on the adjoining hill. The Little Blue River flowed either close or through the town and mother has told of it overflowing its banks and all having to stay in the church - I believe once for 17 days.

    I believe it was there that the Quigley family appeared on the scene along with the Blatchleys. So mother went to school with them and at the age of 17 was asked to go teach down in Missouri.

    The loss of our grandfather Quigley was a blow to all and so Aunt Laura had to assume head of the house. Also because Grandmother Quigley didn't strain herself to do much.

    My mother became acquainted with some dapper with sufficient money and a daughter Margaret along the line. The name slips me now but he guaranteed to send my father through medical school but didn't show the small printing.

    From what I gather Margaret was quite a woman. Typically souther, well educated and all remarked about her beautiful red hair.

    The uncle (if I am right) had something to do with church books but anyhow travelled quite a lot.

    The small printing said that if he took this money then my father was to marry Margaret.

    This irritated my father because he said he would never marry a cousin (a common practice in the south).
    So after I guess about three years at Lincoln Nebraska University, drepression hit and hard! . . .

    At this time he was trying to work his way partly through school -- by working in a big restaurant in Lincoln. There he met this young bachelor, Dick Fales, and they became great friends. Dick had had no education and was what we called in those days a tramp.

    As things got worse, my father had to quit school and look for something else. I believe it was at this time that my father hating his name Seth so, acquired the nicname of Doc from Dick.

    There is a lapse in here I don't know to sure. I know they were out at the Blatchleys.

    On did see ggest leaving the high altitude so when they received a letter from this Dick Fales to come to Calif. they packed and landed in Chico, April 1st. It seems Uncle Dick (as I called him) became restless and hitched a train ride out west and landed broke in Chico.

    He went into a men's restaurant on Main St. for a cup of coffee and as it was common to din those days, I guess a waiter or chef had walked out the day so the owner asked Uncle Dick if he wanted work.

    In a short time Uncle Dick saw the possibility of owning the place so wrote to my father to come ut to help him. . .

    took the new one. It catered to both men and women and we fortunately made of good thing of it, enough so that my father wanted land.

    Against mother's wishes he gave up the new venture of rice growing ahd sheep so instead bought a prune orchard and later an almond orchard.

    Had times been different and my father's health better he would have made it but by the time I had gone to Chico State and my first year of teaching, he caught pneumonia and passed away.

    In the meantime Dick had married so we had divided the property. . .

    plot in Chico alongside of my father.

    While there was never any disagreement over church membership, father would take me to the Christian Church and mother didn't attend any church, although she was partial to the Methodist.

    From then on, it was with mother but I was so close to my father, it has been a great loss for me.

    So i think this is the end of the story and hope that this will be of some help to you.

Allie Burks1

F, b. 1870, d. before 1924

FatherElhanen Winchester Burks1 b. 14 Aug 1841, d. 27 Dec 1925
MotherMary Minerva Quigley1 b. 8 Aug 1845, d. 28 Feb 1934
Allie Burks|b. 1870\nd. b 1924|p13.htm#i688537|Elhanen Winchester Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary Minerva Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|||||||George C. Quigley|b. 8 Sep 1812\nd. 3 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16340|Sarah S. Piper|b. 24 Oct 1812\nd. 17 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16293|

Birth*Allie Burks was born in 1870 at Iowa.1 
Death*She died before 1924. 

Last Edited19 Mar 2011

Citations:

  1. [S1165] Unknown compiler, "1880 Iowa Census Federal Census", Ancestral File.

Melvin W. Burks1

M, b. 1 May 1874, d. 27 February 1945

FatherElhanen Winchester Burks1 b. 14 Aug 1841, d. 27 Dec 1925
MotherMary Minerva Quigley1 b. 8 Aug 1845, d. 28 Feb 1934
Melvin W. Burks|b. 1 May 1874\nd. 27 Feb 1945|p13.htm#i688538|Elhanen Winchester Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary Minerva Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|||||||George C. Quigley|b. 8 Sep 1812\nd. 3 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16340|Sarah S. Piper|b. 24 Oct 1812\nd. 17 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16293|

Birth*Melvin W. Burks was born on 1 May 1874 at Drakesville, Davis county, Iowa.1,2,3 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Elhanen Winchester Burks and Mary Minerva Quigley at Indian Creek, Mills county, Iowa.1 
(Witness) CensusMelvin W. Burks appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Mary Minerva Quigley and Elhanen Winchester Burks at Dayton, Columbia county, Washington.4 
Residence*Melvin W. Burks lived on 27 February 1934 at Compton, Los Angeles county, California.5 
Name Variation As of 27 February 1934, Melvin W. Burks was also known as W. M. Burks.5 
Death*He died on 27 February 1945 at Los Angeles county, California, at age 70.2 

Last Edited22 May 2011

Citations:

  1. [S1165] Unknown compiler, "1880 Iowa Census Federal Census", Ancestral File.
  2. [S3034] Ca Deaths, online www.ancestry.com, Name:     Melvin W Burks
    Social Security #:     0
    Sex:     MALE
    Birth Date:     1 May 1874
    Birthplace:     Iowa
    Death Date:     27 Feb 1945
    Death Place:     Los Angeles
    Mother's Maiden Name:     Quigley
    Father's Surname:     Burks.
  3. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976.
  4. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date.
  5. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.

Frank Emerson Burks1

M, b. 10 March 1879, d. 17 July 1922

 
 

FatherElhanen Winchester Burks1 b. 14 Aug 1841, d. 27 Dec 1925
MotherMary Minerva Quigley1 b. 8 Aug 1845, d. 28 Feb 1934
Frank Emerson Burks|b. 10 Mar 1879\nd. 17 Jul 1922|p13.htm#i688539|Elhanen Winchester Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary Minerva Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|||||||George C. Quigley|b. 8 Sep 1812\nd. 3 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16340|Sarah S. Piper|b. 24 Oct 1812\nd. 17 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16293|

Birth*Frank Emerson Burks was born on 10 March 1879 at Emerson, Mills county, Iowa.1,2,3 
(Witness) CensusHe appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Elhanen Winchester Burks and Mary Minerva Quigley at Indian Creek, Mills county, Iowa.1 
(Witness) CensusFrank Emerson Burks appeared on the census of 1900 in the household of Mary Minerva Quigley and Elhanen Winchester Burks at Dayton, Columbia county, Washington.4 
Marriage*Frank Emerson Burks married Mae Patrick on 6 January 1907 at Dayton, Columbia county, Washington.3 
Death*Frank Emerson Burks died on 17 July 1922 at Malad, Oneida county, Nebraska, at age 43and is buried in Dayton, Washington.2,5 

Family

Mae Patrick b. c 1880, d. 1982
Child

Last Edited21 Mar 2011

Citations:

  1. [S1165] Unknown compiler, "1880 Iowa Census Federal Census", Ancestral File.
  2. [S10584] FindAGrave, online http://www.findagrave.com/index.html, Frank E. Burks

    Birth: Mar. 10, 1879
    Death: Jul. 17, 1922


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Elhanan W. Burks (1841 - 1924)
    Mary M. Burks (1845 - 1934)

    Children:
    Lucille Lottie Burks Arbogast (1907 - 1987)*

    Spouse:
    Mae E Patrick (1886 - 1982)


    Burial:
    Dayton City Cemetery
    Dayton
    Columbia County
    Washington, USA
    Plot: BLK G, LOT 06, SEC 09

    Maintained by: penny palmer
    Originally Created by: Washington State Cemeter...
    Record added: Jun 04, 2009
    Find A Grave Memorial# 37903063.
  3. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976.
  4. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date.
  5. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976, Frank E. - July 17, 1922 at malad City, Idaho and was buried at Dayton, Washington.
  6. [S10584] FindAGrave, online http://www.findagrave.com/index.html, Lucille Lottie Burks Arbogast

    Birth: Oct. 26, 1907
    Dayton (Mason County)
    Mason County
    Washington, USA
    Death: Sep. 23, 1987
    Shelton
    Mason County
    Washington, USA


    Family links:
    Parents:
    Frank E. Burks (1879 - 1922)
    Mae E Patrick (1886 - 1982)

    Children:
    Betty Lou Arbogast Beaty (1927 - 2003)*

    Spouse:
    Clarence M Arbogast (1907 - 1998)*


    Burial:
    Shelton Memorial Park
    Shelton
    Mason County
    Washington, USA
    Plot: MT Moriah 2 40 1 11 S1911b

    Created by: penny palmer
    Record added: Apr 17, 2010
    Find A Grave Memorial# 51252011.

Frances Ellen Burks1

F, b. 23 October 1867, d. 24 April 1948

 
 

FatherElhanen Winchester Burks1 b. 14 Aug 1841, d. 27 Dec 1925
MotherMary Minerva Quigley1 b. 8 Aug 1845, d. 28 Feb 1934
Frances Ellen Burks|b. 23 Oct 1867\nd. 24 Apr 1948|p13.htm#i688540|Elhanen Winchester Burks|b. 14 Aug 1841\nd. 27 Dec 1925|p7.htm#i684231|Mary Minerva Quigley|b. 8 Aug 1845\nd. 28 Feb 1934|p5.htm#i62581|||||||George C. Quigley|b. 8 Sep 1812\nd. 3 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16340|Sarah S. Piper|b. 24 Oct 1812\nd. 17 Mar 1891|p3.htm#i16293|

Name Variation Frances Ellen Burks was also known as Fannie E. Burks. 
Birth*She was born on 23 October 1867 at Moulton, Appanoose county, Iowa.2,3 
BirthShe was born in October 1868 at Iowa.1 
BirthShe was born in 1869 at Iowa.4 
(Witness) CensusShe appeared on the census of 1880 in the household of Elhanen Winchester Burks and Mary Minerva Quigley at Indian Creek, Mills county, Iowa.1 
MarriageFrances Ellen Burks married Michael C. Lockhart on 28 August 1884 at Kearney, Buffalo county, Nebraska.5,3
Marriage*Frances Ellen Burks married Michael C. Lockhart in 1885.6,7 
CensusFrances Ellen Burks and Michael C. Lockhart appeared on the census of 1900 at Harrison, Buffalo county, Nebraska.6 
CensusFrances Ellen Burks and Michael C. Lockhart appeared on the census of 1910 at Loup, Custer county, Nebraska; They are living next door to a Flock family -- is this a relation to Fannie's sister's husband?8 
Census*Frances Ellen Burks and Michael C. Lockhart appeared on the census of 1920 at Payette, Payette county, Idaho.9 
CensusFrances Ellen Burks and Michael C. Lockhart appeared on the census of 3 March 1934 at Payette, Payette county, Idaho.10 
Death*Frances Ellen Burks died on 24 April 1948 at Ontario, Malheur county, Oregon, at age 80.11,2,12 

Family

Michael C. Lockhart b. 10 May 1860, d. 27 Nov 1937
MarriageShe married Michael C. Lockhart on 28 August 1884 at Kearney, Buffalo county, Nebraska.5,3
Marriage*Frances Ellen Burks married Michael C. Lockhart in 1885.6,7 
Children

Last Edited20 Mar 2011

Citations:

  1. [S1165] Unknown compiler, "1880 Iowa Census Federal Census", Ancestral File.
  2. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date.
  3. [S2250] Letter, Loretta Inghram to Jenny Rasmusson, 11 Mar 1976.
  4. [S11540] Original, unknown repository address.
  5. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Armada, Nebraska.
  6. [S3504] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  7. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Michael Lafayette & Frances Ellen Burks Lockhart-Stories told by Lockhart Children
    Lockhart History dated February 1, 1980
    Our father, Michael Lockhart, left his home State of Illinois for Nebraska, where he met and married Frances Ellen Burks at Armada, Nebraska. They homesteaded near Armada. Our parents lived in a dugout on a bank near Grand View School while they built a part-frame, part-sod house. The name of the town of Armada, Nebraska, was later changed to Miller, Nebraska.
    The settlers used horses and scrapers to build all of the roads and they built Grand View School, which was a one-room school, and they also built other schools. The settlers worked with their horses and scrapers to help pay their poll taxes, which were legally collected at that time. Our grandmother, Mary Minerva Burks, named the Grand View School. All of the Lockhart children (Edith, Ray, Ethel, Floyd, and Leota) except Fay went to this school. They all rode hoseback, and Ethel and Floyd both had their own ponies. Water had to be carried from a farm house about a mile and a half away for the children to drink. There was an outside "privy" for the boys and one for the girls. Dad Lockhart served on the school board. The Grand View School also served as the first church, as well as being used for other activities, such as voting, box socials, etc. The first ballot box used for voting at the Grand View School is still in the possession of the Lockhart family.
    Our father used horses and a sod plow to plow the prairie land. One incident that happened one time when he was plowing the field: his little daughter, Ethel, who was about two years old, was following her father and became tired and fell asleep in one of the furrows. The horse stopped when he came to her and, not knowing that Ethel was asleep in the furrow, Dad tried to urge the horse forward, but he refused to go on. When Dad discovered why the horse had stopped, he was very thankful to have such an intelligent animal.
    After breaking the prairie, our father planted several different crops to feed the livestock. During the winter of 1886, there was a terrible blizzard. It was so cold they ran out of firewood to burn, and they used cow chips and buffalo chips for fuel, and finally Dad had to go out to the cornfield to gather corn and stalks to burn. They had to stretch a rope from the house to the barn so they would not lose their way in the blizzard when they went to the barn to feed the livestock.
    Our father and mother lived in Aurora, Nebraska, for a year or two, and mother and our brother, Ray, were moving the household furniture back to the Ehrsman place southeast of Sumner, Nebraska. They had a team of mules hitched to a wagon and, when they crossed the bridge over Tippets Creek, one of the mules crowded the other mule off of the bridge. They had to unhook the mules and pull the wagon on across the creek.
    In another incident, mother and some of the children were crossing a creek with horses hitched to a spring wagon, and one of the horses laid down in the water in the middle of the stream. They had to get out of the wagon into the water to unhook the horses and pulled the spring wagon out of the creek with the other horse.
    Our father was musically inclined, and he played the "fiddle" and sang at the neighborhood dances. The dances, suppers, and box socials were about all the social life the early settlers had, and they always looked forward to a community get-together. It was too far between the farm homes for them to do very much visiting.
    In the early days, there were itinerant preachers who traveled from place to place, and they always stayed at our parent's home when they were in that vicinity. Also, there were many small bands of Sioux, Kiowa, and Pawnee Indians who roamed around the countryside, and they often stopped by our parent's house for food. No one was ever refused food at the Lockhart home.
    On April 22, 1889, a strip of land known as the "Cherokee Strip" in the State of Oklahoma, was opened up for settlement to the white people. It had formerly been known as Indian Territory and had been occupied by the "Five Civilized Nations", which included the Cherokees, Creeks, Chocktaws, Chickasaws, and Seminoles. Our father was one of those who ran the race for the land, along with a friend, but, due to the fact that they used a buggy (or hack), they were not able to travel fast enough to keep up with the ones on horseback, who were the ones that won the land.
    Our parents had the only icehouse in the community and in late winter or early spring, the neighbor men would get together and help dad cut and haul ice from the river to fill the icehouse. It was packed with sawdust to keep it from melting too fast. By helping to store the ice, the neighbors were also entitled to use it during the summer, mostly for making ice cream with a hand-turned freezer and also for cold drinks. The ice usually lasted all during the hot summer weather.
    At about the age of 18, our father went to San Francisco, California, where he got a job driving a cable-car streetcar which was pulled by horses. Motorized streetcars had not yet come into being. His route sometimes took him to the Barbary Coast, a district in San Francisco before the earthquake of 1906, known for its saloons, gambling places, and ladies of the night. He lived in San Francisco for about two years before returning to Nebraska. Side note: the Melcher girls maternal great-grandfather, Clarence Lindsay Le Gal, also lived in San Francisco at that time. He was working for Richard C. Hanson, who built ships wheels and blocks in the Mission District in San Francisco; he later married the boss's daughter, Ida Mae, and took over the business upon his father-in-law's death. He continued with the business on Mission Street, in San Francisco, until shortly before his death in 1942).
    Our father's parents both died when he was about 5-6 years old, and he being the youngest child in the family, was mostly raised by his sister, Hattie Lockhart McCarty. He left his adopted home at an early age and went out on his own. Consequently, by losing his parents at such an early age, he lost track of most of his family and very little is known about any of the family except his two brothers, Jim and Harve Lockhart.
    Source: History of the Lockhart and Burks Families
    Compiled by Ethel Lockhart Alters, Floyd Burks Lockhart, Edith Lockhart Seaman; typed and assembled by Fay Lockhart Lopez De Vinaspre.
  8. [S7361] Unknown compiler, "1910 Nebraska Federal Census", Ancestral File.
  9. [S11540] Original, unknown repository address, Name: Fannie E Lockhart
    Residence: , Payette, Idaho
    Estimated Birth Year: 1869
    Age: 51
    Birthplace: Iowa
    Relationship to Head of Household: Wife
    Gender: Female
    Race: White
    Marital Status: Married
    Father's Birthplace: Indiana
    Mother's Birthplace: Ohio
    Film Number: 1820294
    Digital Folder Number: 4300165
    Image Number: 00391
    Sheet Number: 2
    Household Gender Age
    Spouse M L Lockhart M 59y
    Fannie E Lockhart F 51y
    Child Faye R Lockhart F 13y
    Child Floyd B Lockhart M 27y.
  10. [S2313] Quigley Traveling Notebook, Notebook Jenny Rasmusson.
  11. [S11753] Oregon Death Index, 1903-98, online http://www.ancestry.com, Name: Lockhart, Fransec E
    [Lockhart, Frances E]
    [Burks, Frances Ellen] County: Malheur Death Date: 24 Apr 1948 Certificate: 4563.
  12. [S10584] FindAGrave, online http://www.findagrave.com/index.html, Frances Ellen Burks Lockhart

    Birth: Oct. 23, 1867
    Death: Apr. 24, 1948

    Payette Valley Matron Passes

    Mrs. Frances Lockhart, for many years a Payette resident and for the past nine months has been residing with her daughter, Mrs. R. N. Alters at New Plymouth, passed away on Sunday at the Holy Rosary hospital following an illness of several months duration.

    Frances Ellen Lockhart, 80, was born October 23, 1867 at Moulton, Iowa and came to Payette some thirty-five years ago from Sumner, Nebraska. Deceased was a member of the Payette Methodist Church. Mr. Lockhart passed away in this city several years ago.

    Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Edith Seaman, Broken Bow, Nebr., Mrs. Ethel G. Alters, New Plymouth and Mrs. Fay R. Lopez, Meridian; two sons, Ray L. Lockhart, Sacramento, Calif., and Floyd R. Lockhart, Payette; one brother, Ralph E. Barks(sb Burks), New Plymouth; two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Smith, Santa Cruz, Calif., and Mrs. Della Ingraham, Lewiston; six grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Her husband, and a daughter, Leota B. Melcher, proceeded her in death in 1937.
    (Independent Enterprise, Thursday, April 29, 1948)



    Family links:
    Parents:
    Elhanan W. Burks (1841 - 1924)
    Mary M. Burks (1845 - 1934)

    Children:
    Ethel Gladys Lockhart Alters (1891 - 1986)*
    Floyd Burks Lockhart (1892 - 1992)*
    Leota Blanch Lockhart Melcher (1895 - 1919)*

    Spouse:
    Michael Lafayette Lockhart (1860 - 1937)*


    Burial:
    Riverside Cemetery
    Payette
    Payette County
    Idaho, USA

    Created by: Cheryl Hanson
    Record added: May 09, 2007
    Find A Grave Memorial# 19309747.

Richard Counce

M, d. before 2007

FatherRobert Miles Counce b. 18 Jul 1918, d. 26 Oct 2007
Richard Counce|d. b 2007|p13.htm#i688644|Robert Miles Counce|b. 18 Jul 1918\nd. 26 Oct 2007|p12.htm#i687292|||||||Jane I. Blatchley|b. 12 Jan 1896\nd. 17 Dec 1976|p3.htm#i44156|||||||

Death*Richard Counce died before 2007. 

Last Edited20 Mar 2010

Verle Blatchley

M, b. circa 1927, d. before 6 July 1995

FatherMiles Wesley Blatchley b. 2 Mar 1899, d. Dec 1980
Verle Blatchley|b. c 1927\nd. b 6 Jul 1995|p13.htm#i688652|Miles Wesley Blatchley|b. 2 Mar 1899\nd. Dec 1980|p3.htm#i44155||||Abraham L. Blatchley|b. 29 Sep 1863\nd. 22 Jun 1910|p3.htm#i44152|Deborah E. Quigley|b. 14 Nov 1872\nd. 31 Dec 1926|p3.htm#i44154|||||||

Birth*Verle Blatchley was born circa 1927. 
Death*He died before 6 July 1995. 

Last Edited4 Jan 2011

Mary Philomena Quigley1

F, b. 22 July 1860, d. 16 July 1943

FatherStephen Boyer Quigley1 b. 2 Aug 1818, d. 18 Apr 1889
Mary Philomena Quigley|b. 22 Jul 1860\nd. 16 Jul 1943|p13.htm#i688670|Stephen Boyer Quigley|b. 2 Aug 1818\nd. 18 Apr 1889|p11.htm#i686629||||Daniel F. Quigley|b. 21 Sep 1775\nd. 8 Mar 1860|p11.htm#i686586|Elizabeth M. Frost|b. 12 Aug 1787|p11.htm#i686240|||||||

Name Variation Mary Philomena Quigley was also known as Mary Quigley.2 
BirthShe was born in 1859 at Alabama.1 
Birth*She was born on 22 July 1860 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama.3 
BirthShe was born in 1862 at Alabama.2 
Death*She died on 16 July 1943 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama, at age 82.3 

Family

Children

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S11471] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  2. [S11123] Original, 47 North East Temple Street, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake, Utah.
  3. [S11857] Sam B. St. John, 1991, p.106
    Mary Philomena Quigley, b. July 22, 1860, d. July 16, 1943. = Thomas St. John, b. Jan. 26, 1857, d. Oct. 10, 1921, son of Thomas St. John (1812-1881) and Ellen Frances Gaines (1822-1906).
    - John Randalph St. John = Sadie Martin.
    -Aline St. John, b. Jan 23, 1888, d. July 16, 1981 = Robert Arnold, b. Dec. 28 1886, D. Jan. 1943.
    - Thomas Gaines St. John, b. Oct. 1891, d. July 26, 1962 = Mariam Bealer Black, b. Nov. 19, 1892, d. Dec. 20, 1978.

Stephen Boyer Quigley1

M, b. 7 August 1891, d. 5 October 1960

FatherAlbert M. Quigley1 b. 9 Dec 1858, d. 4 Dec 1894
Stephen Boyer Quigley|b. 7 Aug 1891\nd. 5 Oct 1960|p13.htm#i688675|Albert M. Quigley|b. 9 Dec 1858\nd. 4 Dec 1894|p11.htm#i686886||||Stephen B. Quigley|b. 2 Aug 1818\nd. 18 Apr 1889|p11.htm#i686629||||||||||

Birth*Stephen Boyer Quigley was born on 7 August 1891 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama.1,2 
Death*He died on 5 October 1960 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama, at age 69.3,4 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Albert Mountain Quigley
    Born:

    Died:

    Alternates Susan Norris Owen
    Stephen Boyer Quigley (B: 1891)

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    Spouse
    Susan Norris Owen
    Born: 16 Nov 1861
    Died: 10 Mar 1946 in Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA
    Marriage:
    Children Sex Birth
    Stephen Boyer Quigley M 7 Aug 1891 in Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA.
  2. [S11857] Sam B. St. John, 1991, p.106 Albert M. Quigley, b. Dec. 1858, d. Dec. 4, 1894 = Susie Owen (1861-1946).
    Stephen Boyer Quigley, b. Aug. 7, 1891, d. Oct. 5, 1960 = (1) Frances Hunter. (2) Julie Forsyth.
  3. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Stephen Boyer Quigley
    Born: 7 Aug 1891
    Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA
    Died: 5 Oct 1960
    Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA
    View person's info

    Alternates Frances Angela Hunter
    Living Quigley (B: )
    Susan Norris Quigley (B: 1915)

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    Frances Angela Hunter
    Born: 8 May 1897 in Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA
    Died: 18 Nov 1959 in Moble, an unknown place , Alabama, USA
    Marriage: 1914 View Info
    Children Sex Birth
    Living Quigley F
    Susan Norris Quigley F 8 Dec 1915 in Mobile, an unknown place , Alabama, USA.
  4. [S11857] Sam B. St. John, 1991, p.106
    Stephen Boyer Quigley, b. Aug. 7, 1891, d. Oct. 5, 1960 = (1) Frances Hunter. (2) Julie Forsyth.
    - Susan Norris Quigley, d.s.
    -Frances Bernice (Bea) Quigley, = Dr. Wm. H. Tucker.

Petty Quigley1

F, b. 7 June 1860, d. 3 October 1861

FatherWilliam Miles Quigley1 b. 6 Mar 1822, d. 14 May 1872
MotherJulia Ann Quigley1 b. 5 Apr 1834, d. 30 Dec 1908
Petty Quigley|b. 7 Jun 1860\nd. 3 Oct 1861|p13.htm#i688681|William Miles Quigley|b. 6 Mar 1822\nd. 14 May 1872|p3.htm#i45987|Julia Ann Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1834\nd. 30 Dec 1908|p4.htm#i46558|John Quigley|b. 1781\nd. a 1813|p1.htm#i15774|Ellen Corner|b. 5 Sep 1792\nd. 8 Mar 1872|p3.htm#i16338|Nathan C. Quigley|b. 2 Jan 1810\nd. 13 Jun 1858|p2.htm#i15953|Debra A. Somers|b. 7 Mar 1815\nd. 28 Dec 1878|p3.htm#i15961|

Birth*Petty Quigley was born on 7 June 1860; The 1860 census is dated 14 June, but shows no Petty Quigley, even though he/she was born 7th of June.2 
Death*She died on 3 October 1861 at Davis county, Iowa, at age 1 and buried in Drakesville Cemetery.2 
BirthShe was born on 7 June 1863 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama.1 
DeathShe died on 30 October 1864 at Davis county, Ohio, at age 4.1 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Family Data Collection - Individual Records
    Name: Petty Quigley
    Parents: William Miles Quigley, Julia Quigley
    Birth Place: Mobile, Mobile, AL
    Birth Date: 7 Jun 1863
    Death Date: 30 Oct 1864.
  2. [S11736] Gravestone Photo Project, online http://iowagravestones.org/gs_view.php?id=42248, CHILD
    Wm M.
    Quigley
    Pettie
    Oct 3 1861
    Aged 1 Y.
    3 m. 26 D.

Thomas Miles Quigley1

M, b. 25 January 1861

FatherWilliam Miles Quigley1 b. 6 Mar 1822, d. 14 May 1872
MotherJulia Ann Quigley1 b. 5 Apr 1834, d. 30 Dec 1908
Thomas Miles Quigley|b. 25 Jan 1861|p13.htm#i688682|William Miles Quigley|b. 6 Mar 1822\nd. 14 May 1872|p3.htm#i45987|Julia Ann Quigley|b. 5 Apr 1834\nd. 30 Dec 1908|p4.htm#i46558|John Quigley|b. 1781\nd. a 1813|p1.htm#i15774|Ellen Corner|b. 5 Sep 1792\nd. 8 Mar 1872|p3.htm#i16338|Nathan C. Quigley|b. 2 Jan 1810\nd. 13 Jun 1858|p2.htm#i15953|Debra A. Somers|b. 7 Mar 1815\nd. 28 Dec 1878|p3.htm#i15961|

Birth*Thomas Miles Quigley was born on 25 January 1861 at Mobile, Mobile county, Alabama.1 

Last Edited5 Sep 2011

Citations:

  1. [S9118] Ancestry, Genealogy - Ancestry in "Ancestry," listserve message unknown original date, Name: Thomas Miles Quigley
    Parents: William Miles Quigley, Julia Quigley
    Birth Place: Mobile, Mobile, AL
    Birth Date: 25 Jan 1861.
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