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John,1 QUINN, c1768-1840 a72yrs


Second Generation!
John,1 QUINN;  [SFA # 1.4]
4th s/o Hugh QUINN, Sr. & Mother: Margaret FONDREN)
b. c1768, Orange Co., NC.
d. c1840,44 St Clair Co., AL.
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) AL.
At age 17yrs he married (bfr 1785) in York Dist., SC. to
20 year old Miss Elizabeth "Betsy" MORGAN;
3rd d/o Anthony,3 MORGAN & Mother: Mary WILSON)
b. c1765/70 Brunswick Co., VA.
d. aft 1840, age 76yrs, St Clair Co., AL.
Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) AL.
  They had at least 10 Children born to this Union:
  1. 1st Dau:  Mary Ann QUINN  *1785-1857 a71yrs  m. c1805 SC. Zachariah COOPER,  12Ch.  079
  2. 2nd Dau:  Marg."Peggy" QUINN  c1789-1860 a61yrs  m. c1809 SC. Saml,7 SARRATT,  10Ch.  076
  3. 1st Son:  Anderson QUINN  c1790-  Not Traced!    
  4. 2nd Son:  Hugh A. QUINN  c1791-1860 a69yrs  m. *1820 SC. Levina HOOD,   6Ch.  1101
  5. 3rd Dau:  Elizabeth QUINN  c1800-  m. *1821 SC. Osburn HOOD,   6Ch.  078
  6. 4th Dau:  Cecelia QUINN  c1801-1885 a85yrs  m. c1818 SC. William HOOD,  10Ch.  143
  7. 5th Dau:  Sarah "Sally" QUINN  c1802-  m. c1850 AL. Josiah KNIGHT,   ?Ch.  144
  8. 6th Dau:  Eleanor B. QUINN  c1803-  m. c1825 SC. Joseph N. GREEN,   3Ch.  141
  9. 7th Dau:  Jane QUINN  c1804/5  m. *1820 AL. John PERKINS,  11Ch.  145
 10. 8th Dau:  Milberry QUINN  c1807-  m. *1828 AL. Stephen KNIGHT,   6Ch.  146
Orphans's Court Minutes; Bk "B", Pg 123
 Recorded: Jan. 06, 1845

State of Alabama   }
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County of St Clair  }


The "Proven" Children of John1 & "Betsy" (MORGAN) QUINN request from the Court the final settlement of John QUINN, deceased, and list of Heirs:
 1. 1st Dau:  Mary QUINN  m. Zachariah COOPER
 2. 2nd Dau:  Peggy QUINN  m. Samuel,7 SARRATT
 3. 1st Son:  Anderson QUINN  Never Married!
 4. 3rd Dau:  Elizabeth QUINN  m. Ausburn HOOD
 5. 4th Dau:  Eleanor QUINN  m. Joseph GREEN
 6. 2nd Son:  Hugh A. QUINN  m. Levina HOOD
 7. 5th Dau:  Cecelia QUINN  m. William HOOD
 8. 6th Dau:  Sally QUINN  m. Josiah KNIGHT
 9. 7th Dau:  Jane QUINN  m. John PERKINS
 10. 8th Dau:  Milberry QUINN  m. Stephen KNIGHT
  Admistrators
John DILL,
STEPHAN KNIGHT,
[ Source: REF:#003]
  Possible Record Problem!
  In Source REF: FGS 088.002] on, Mar. 24, 1995. List:
" John QUINN Sr. Married Celia MOORE; No Children Listed."
(He has Confused the John QUINN (c1753-1813) with our subject see below. ..prs)
  In Source REF:088.003 in Mona A. Wamack, papers of Aug 1995 Pg52, states:
"Up to the present time (10 Aug 1995) most QUIN(N) researchers have thought Hugh's son John, to be the man of that same name found in the DAR record. This John QUINN was b. c1753 in NC. m. Celia MOORE (ORR) and d. 1813 in Montgomery Co. GA., having served in the Mecklenburg Co., NC. regiment during the American Revolutionary War. I have not been able to identify this man."
Our John QUIN(N) was still alive and well in York Co., SC in the 1810 Census, the sold land in 1816, and removed to St. Clair Co., AL. and is listed in the 1820, 1830 & 1840 Census. He died befor 06 Jan 1845 when a record was recorded in St Clair Co., AL. [1843-47 Orphans's Court Minutes; Bk "B", Pg 123]
  Mona (Allison) Wamick, writes in Oct. 1994
JOHN QUINN, son of HUGH QUIN
Up to the present time, most Quin(n) researchers have thought Hugh's son, John, to be a man of that name found in a DAR record. He was b 1753 NC, m. Celia Moore (Orr) and died 1813 in Montgomery Co GA, having served in a Mecklenburg Co NC regiment during the Revolutionary War.

Whereas, Hugh's son John, was alive and well in York Dist South Carolina in 1816, when he and his wife, Elizabeth, sold 183 acres to David Martin "containing all of that tract of land granted to HUGH QUIN except what has been sold to John Parker" Wit: HUGH QUINN & Z. COOPER (Zachary Cooper was son-in-law of John Quinn in St Clair Co AL). They also sold to JOHN DILL JR 357 acres, land which John had purchased in 1793 from his parents, Margaret & Hugh Quin, land on Broad River in York Co.

Elizabeth and John Quinn (he used 2 Ns, whereas his father and brothers used 1) had obviously decided to leave South Caroline and go to the new state of Alabama, along with many of their neighbors. John Dill Junr and his wife Nancy decided to go along, and sold the land they had just purchased from John to William Thompson in 1817.

There is no question that HUGH QUIN SR had a son, JOHN. John is mentioned in a number of records. In 1798 he served as administrator of the estate of Hugh Sr, but is not named as a son in the estate papers. Legatees were Daniel, Margaret, Peter, Hugh (Jr) and Robert Looney, husband of Mary Quin.. But in 1810, when Peter Quin gave land to his son Daniel which had been in Daniel's possession since 1801, a reference was "line near where said Daniel's UNCLE JNO. QUIN'S fence joins same river".

A record in Mississippi (Goodspeed) on the family of William Hood, whose wife was Cecilia Quinn, stated that her father was John Quinn of South Carolina, b 1771, and her grandfather was born in Ireland. (It also said she was a native of GA which was an error). While this date is fairly consistent with census dates (b bet 1761-70 per 1830 & 1840 St Clair AL census), 1765 is a more realistic date. In 1790, John Quinn served on a jury, and he had to be 21. He was also married and had 2 daughters in 1790

Also, in Jan 1788, John Quinn & Abraham Greene were securities for Hugh Quin (Sr) to have license to keep a common tavern at his dwelling house. (Records from York Co Court Minutes 1786-1797).

Hugh Quin Jr was previously thought to be youngest child of Margaret & Hugh Quin Sr, and he was born 1763. John was probably born 2 or 3 years later. A book on St Clair history stated that most early settlers did not take their families at once to new lands. ^Rather, a group of men got together, made the trip, laid out their lands and planted a crop for future food. Then they returned home in time to plant a cropland after harvest, went to the new lands. '

John would have been past 50 in 1818. Perhaps his sons, Anderson and John A. and some of his sons-in-law made the first trip. Alabama became a territory in 1817, and the 22nd state

John Quinn Sr, p2

on 14 Dec 1819. The county seat of St Clair Co AL was Ashville. The first Alabama census in 1820 listed JOHN QUIN, HUGH QUIN, JESSE FONDREN, JOHN LOONEY- ANDREW, JOHN & JOHN DILL JR; EDWARD BALLENGER (who formerly lived on Cherokee Creek in Sparfcanburg Co SC; THOMAS CAMP. (Thomas Camp, or possibly his father, lived by John Anderson in Old Tryon Co 1779). Jesse Fondren lived on Cherokee Creek abt 3 miles west of where it empties into Broad River (now Cherokee Co SC) His wife was ELIZABETH DILL, daughter of John Sr and his 1st wife, who was MARY ELLEN FONDREN (m cal788 Spartanburg Co SC), dau/o JOHN FONDREN. JOHN DILL also had a son, ANDERSON DILL b 1801 SC who settled in Talladega Co AL, and a son JOSEPH DILL who was in St Clair AL in 1859.

Some early records of the South Carolinians in St Clair AL: Among those serving on first jury in 1819:
JESSE FONDREN,
ROBERT HOOD
JOHN LOONEY, who was "Forman" (he d 1827).
OBADIAH ROBERTS was Constable 1819, J.P. 1821.
JOHN DILL was appointed J.P. 27 July 1819.
JOHN F(ONDREN) DILL was foreman 1823 of grand jury which indicted JESSE FONDREN for assault.
Serving on jury were ANDERSON QUIN, HUGH QUIN, JOHN PERKINS, & STEPHEN KNIGHT. Jesse FONDREN was found guilty and his fine was one dollar and court costs.
JOHN F. DILL was Admr of Estate of EDWARD BALLEN3ER on 04 Dec 1821.
WILLIAM HOOD & JESSE FONDREN were on juries 1827.

From Will Book 1821-27, pl70, JOHN QUIN, ANDERSON QUIN, and JOSEPH P D GREEN were appraisers of the estate of John A. Cunningham 23 Apr 1827. JOHN DILL & STEPHEN KNIGHT were administrators for estate of JOHN QUINN 1845. JOHN DILL was one of the executors for estate of THOMAS CAMP, dec'd, 15 Jan 1849 (Note mw: From Tryon-Lincoln Land Entries 1778-80, entered 20 Jan 1779, JOHN ANDERSON was granted 100 acres in Tryon southside of Main Broad River; border MATTHEW GUTHERY & THOMAS CAMP).

In Feb 1796, HUGH QUIN SENR paid bail for JOHN L. ANDERSON (from York Co Court Minutes) have not identified this man, but they were certainly neighbors Since one of John's two sons, and also a grandson, were named "ANDERSON", it seems possible that ELIZABETH might have been an ANDERSON. Now it seems she was Betsy MORGAN, probably a sister of Mary Morgan who married Daniel Quin Sr.

JOHN DILL (SR) was born cl764 Maryland, and was living 1850 in St Clair with son John Forney DILL (called John Jr.) who was b. 1794 SC., and his wife NANCY, b cl796 SC. Nancy was dau/o Fanney ACKER & Jacob GREEN. Old John DILL's first wife was MARY ELLEN (ELLENDER) FONDREN who died abt 1813 SC. He married 2nd abt 1814 Mrs MARY (GREEN) COPELAND, widow of WM. COPELAND who died 1804 SC. She was mother of JANE "JENNY" COPELAND, 1st wife. of HUGH QUINN III (son of HUGH JR) and Peter MORGAN were bondsmen for JOHN QUINN, Administrator of Old Hugh QUIN's estate, 1798 York Co SC.

Mary & John DILL went to St Clair Co AL. in 1818, evidently with John F. DILL In 1818 York Co., SC. Hugh QUINN (III) was named Guardian for Jane (James?), Thomas & Mary COPELAND, children of William COPELAND Dec'd. Sept 20, 1814 in York Co, SC. Polly COPELAND deeded to daughter "JANEY QUINN" & others In 1850 Mary was 80y, John 86y. John & Mary DILL are buried in Hopewe11 Cemetery, north of Asheville, AL.

04 March 1805, York Co SC, Case 60, File 2748: Peter MORGAN & Elizabeth MORGAN were administrators of John MORGAN, dec'd. PETER QUINN & JOHN QUINN were mentioned. (p230 Hafter's Quin Book).

John Quinn Sr, p3

In York Co SC, 28 Sept 1814, DB H-337, HUGH QUIN & JANE his wife of Rutherford Co NC sold a tract of land to their son HUGH QUIN JR (ill) on Cider Branch of Broad River (250 acres). Wit: JOHN QUINN SR and JOHN QUINN JR.

JOHN JR was not a son, but a nephew. Born Apr 1785, he was oldest son of Jane & Hugh II. Some early genealogy work listed him as "died young", but he was in 1810 York SC census with wife & children, living near John Sr, and in 1844 was named in Hugh's estate. We now know that he left South Carolina about the same time as his Uncle John, but went further "west" to Bibb Co AL 1818/19, with his wife Nancy STACY, dau/o ROBERT STACY of Spartanburg Co SC About 1834 they removed to Oktibbeha Co MS where he died 1877 - 10 children.

John Sr's son, Hugh A. QUINN, was in 1830 St Clair census, then went to Tuscaloosa Co AL where 26 May 1837, Levina & Hugh QUINN sold a tract of land to Robert Oliver. On 15 Feb 1837 they sold a tract to William Sutton & Nelson Skelton. By 1850 and in 1860 they lived in Jefferson Co AL, also children and grandchildren.

JOHN FONDREN DILL died 1859 in St Clair AL. His wife. Nancy, was sole executor of his estate, their children having died earlier. Siblings naned in estate papers:
ANDERSON DILL b cl803 SC;
JOSEPH DILL 1800-1884 m Mary Ann ASBURY;
ANNLORETTA (AMARETTA) 1805-1860 m ABRAHAM GREEN;
CINIHIA C 1815-1870 m WADE B. NEELEY;
MARY DILL b 1795 m WILLIAM COMPTON (CRUMPTON);
ELIZABETH wife of JESSE FONDEREN, d before 1859 AL, had 3 children, Rainey, John and Elizabeth FONDREN.

While it would be most interesting to have deeds and additional estate records for JOHN QUINN of St Clair Co AL, they do not seem necessary to show that he was without doubt the son of HUGH QUIN SR of York Co SC. There were no further records in York Co for hijn after he sold his land in 1816. The ages, number of children, and number of slaves shown in the York Co and St Clair Censuses are significant. It appears that John travelled to his new home with his two sons Hugh A. & Anderson, son-in-law Zachariah Cooper, and evidently future sons-in-law John PERKINS and Joseph GREEN, as well as a number of frends and neighbrs- Many of his line migrted later on to Mississippi and no doubt further West.

Children of MARGARET & HUGH QUIN SR:
PETER c1750 Ire -1824 MS m Judith Robinson, 7 children
MARY cl755 -1820 SC m Robert Looney, 14 children
DANIEL SR c1758 NC -1844 SC m Mary Morgan, 8 children
HUGH (JR) c1763 NC -1840 NC, m Jane Roberts, 11 children
JOHN SR cl765/68 SC-1840/44 AL, 10 children

Source: as stated; Orphans Cfc Records of St Clair Co AL copied by Marianne Fonden Hatton; Mary Fondren; St Clair Marriage Records; Goodspeeds "Mississippi"; SC Deeds; York Co., SC court Minutes 1756-1797; Doug Honeycutt; Kathy Bonnell; "Early St Clair Co AL Records" comp by Mrs C.P. McGuire Sr.
Mona Allison Wamick Oct. 1994

[1790 York Co., M-637, Reel 011, Pg 029, F.G. 1-0-3-0-0] H/H John QUINN, b. c1768 age 22 (16 over Free White) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 25 (Free White) 1. 1st Dau: Mary QUINN, b. *1785 age 05 (Free White) 2. 2nd Dau: Peggy QUINN, b. *1789 age 01 (Free White) In 1798, John1 QUINN, age 30 was "Admistrator" of the Estate of Hugh, Sr. QUIN, dec'd, but he was NOT named as a son in the estate papers. Legatees were: Daniel QUIN; Margaret QUIN; Peter QUIN; Hugh Jr. QUIN; Robert Looney (Husb of Mary QUIN. [Source REF: FGS 088.003 Mona Wamack, 08/1995 Pg52] John1 & Betsy (MORGAN) QUINN can be found in the York Co., 1800 Census with family. Nr Peter Esq., Daniel, & Hugh (Jr) [1800 York Co., M-32, Reel 049, Pg 966, F.G. 20010-32010-01] H/H John QUINN, b. c1768 age 32 (26 to 45) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 35 (26 to 45) 1. 1st Dau: Mary, b. *1785 age 15 (10 to 16) 2. 2nd Dau: Peggy, b. *1789 age 11 (10 to 16) 3. 1st Son: Anderson, b. c1791 age 09 (09 Under) 4. 3rd Dau: Elizabeth, b. c1793 age 07 (09 Under) 5. 4th Dau: Eleanor, b. c1795 age 05 (09 Under) 6. 2nd Son: Hugh A., b. c1797 age 03 (09 Under) 7. 5th Dau: Cecelia, b. c1799 age 01 (09 Under) 1 Slave In REF: 088.003, Pg 57 list: the following family as our subject John QUINN, but this family does NOT fit our family pattern. ..prs This may be the John QUINN, b. c1753 in NC. and Celia MOORE (ORR) Family. ...prs Their is a John QUINN in the the York Co., 1810 Census with family. [1810 York Co., M-252, Reel 061, Pg 271, F.G. 00211-33001-04] H/H John QUINN, b. age ?? (45 Over) Wife: Unknown b. age ?? (26 to 45) 1. 1st Male b. age ?? (26 to 45) 2. 2nd Male b. age ?? (16 to 26) 3. 3rd Male b. age ?? (16 to 26) 4. 1st Female b. age ?? (10 to 16) 5. 2nd Female b. age ?? (10 to 16) 6. 3rd Female b. age ?? (10 to 16) 7. 4th Female b. age ?? (09 Under) 8. 5th Female b. age ?? (09 Under) 9. 6th Female b. age ?? (09 Under) 4-Slaves Our subject John1 & Betsy (MORGAN) QUINN in 1810 should be! H/H John QUINN, b. c1768 age 42 (26 to 45) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 45 (45 Over) 3. 1st Son: Anderson, b. c1791 age 19 (16 to 26) 4. 3rd Dau: Elizabeth, b. c1793 age 17 (16 to 26) 5. 4th Dau: Eleanor, b. c1795 age 15 (10 to 16) 6. 2nd Son: Hugh A., b. c1797 age 13 (10 to 16) 7. 5th Dau: Cecelia, b. c1799 age 11 (10 to 16) 8. 6th Dau: Sally, b. c1801 age 09 (09 Under) 9. 7th Dau: Jane, b. c1804 age 06 (09 Under) 10. 8th Dau: Milberry, b. c1806 age 04 (09 Under) 4-Slaves The two older daughters had married and were living with their own families. 1. 1st Dau: Mary, b. *1785 age 25 (16 to 26) m. c1802, age 17 (See H/H Zachariah COOPER, York Co., Pg270) 2. 2nd Dau: Peggy, b. *1789 age 21 (16 to 26) m. c1809, age 20 (See H/H Samuel,7 SARRATT, Spartanburg Co., Pg202) In 1810 brother Peter QUINN, gave land to his son Daniel QUINN, (wich had been in Daniel's possession since 1801) a reference was made: "lines near where said Daniel's Uncle John QUINN's fence joins same river." [Source REF: FGS 088.003 Mona Wamack, 08/1995 Pg52] 10 Sep. 1816 - A Deed Record (York Co., SC. Deed Bk H, Pg214) This family sold their SC land in 1816 and removed to St. Clair Co., AL. [REF: 088.003 Mona Wamack, Pg56] John QUINN and wife Elizabeth of York Co., SC. convey to David MARTIN of same, some 183 acres: "containing all of that tract of land granted to Hugh QUIN except what was sold to John PARKER." (This land was on "Bear Creek" of the Broad River and adjoined the land Hugh, Sr. QUINN sold to John PARKER in 1796, DB E, Pg7) Signed John QUINN <---age 48 Son of Hugh1 QUIN ..prs Signed Elizabeth QUINN <---age 51 Wife "Betsy" MORGAN ..prs Wit: Hugh QUINN <---age 25 2nd Son John & Betsy Wit: Z. COOPER <---age 31 SIL m. Mary QUINN 04 Oct. 1816 - A Deed Record shows John QUINN, Sr. sold the land (150 acre tract & 128 acre tract) he was given by his father Hugh, Sr. QUIN in 1793 [York Co., SC. Deed Bk. E, Pg 128] The State of South Carolina } Know all men of these presents York District } that I, John QUINN, Sr. of York District and state aforesaid, in consideration of Thirteen hundred and twenty five dollars ($1,325) to me paid by John DILL, Junior of State & District aforesaid, have granted bargained sold and released one certain tract of land situate in York District on "Broad River" containing 357 acres, and by these present do Grant Bargain Sell and Release unto the said John DILL, Junior all that hereindescribed: Beginning on the "Broad River" running North 21deg; ____ 15'.50" to the "Elum" corner, thence North 16deg; West 31'.30" to the "Red Oak" corner, thence North 32deg; East 15'.50" to the "Pine" corner, thence North 36deg; East 14'.25" to the "Pine" corner, thence North 55deg; East 11'.50" to the "Red Oak" corner, thence William THOMPSON's line, thence North 27deg; West 16'.50" to the "Blackjack" corner, thence North 71deg; West 34'.80" to a "Pine" BORID's line, thence South 04deg; West 50'.00" to the "Pine" corner, thence South 35deg; West 43'.50" to the "Red Oak" corner Dillard COLLIN's line, thence North 78deg; East 08'.00" to the "Pine" corner, thence to a "Post Oak" corner, thence South 22deg; West 14'.50" to the "Poplar" corner, thence down the "Branch" to the "White Oak" corner, thence South 43deg; East 19'.50" to the "Red Oak" corner, ROSS's Corner, thence South 08deg; West 28'.50" to the "Water Oak" on the river bank, thence down the river to the beginning "White Oak" corner. Together with all and singular the rights members hereditaments and appurtenances to the said premises belonging or in any wise incident or appertaining; To have and to hold all and singular the premises before mentioned unto the said John DILL, Junr., his heirs and assigns forever. And I do hereby bind myself my heirs Executors and Administrators to warrant and forever defend all and singular the said premises untothe said John DILL, Junr. his heirs and assigns against myself and my heirs and against every person whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof. Witness my hand and seal this 04th of Oct. 1816 in the year of our Lord and in the 41st year of the Independence of the United States of America. Signed by: John QUINN { Seal / Seal } Attest: Peter MORGAN <--s/o Anthony3 m. Noal DAFFRON Attest: Dillard COLLINS <--listed in York 1810 Census Only! Dale Morgan States: I have copy of sale of land from John QUINN to Samuel7 SARRATT. [Dale MORGAN, (dalemorg@terragon.com) Apr. 08, 1997 This record is NOT a "Land Sale" but a "Conveyance Deed" see below ..prs] In the 1st Census (1820) for St. Clair, AL. John1 QUINN, age 52 and family is listed in the Index. (No Pg #, but from the AL. Historical Quarterly, by Owen & Kilpatrick, 1944, Vol.6, #3; REF: 088.003, Pg 57) H/H John1 QUINN, b. c1768 age 52 (21 Over) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 55 (45 Over) 3. 1st Son: Anderson, b. c1791 age 29 (21 Over) 4. 3rd Dau: Elizabeth, b. c1793 age 27 (21 Over) 5. 4th Dau: Eleanor, b. c1795 age 25 m. 1818 6. 2nd Son: Hugh A., b. c1797 age 23 <--Not listed 7. 5th Dau: Cecelia, b. c1799 age 21 (21 Under) 8. 6th Dau: Sally, b. c1801 age 19 (21 Under) 9. 7th Dau: Jane, b. c1804 age 16 (21 Under) 10. 8th Dau: Milberry, b. c1806 age 14 (21 Under) 4-Slaves Also in this 1820 Census were Andrew, John, John Sr DILL; Auston, James, Wm., Robert, John, & Isaac HOOD and other who had migrated from SC to AL. [REF: 088.003, Pg57] In the 1830 Census for St. Clair, AL. John1 QUINN, age 62 & Hugh QUIN pg242 and family is listed in the Index. H/H John1 QUINN, b. c1768 age 62 (60 to 70) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 65 (60 to 70) 3. 1st Son: Anderson, b. c1791 age 39 (30 to 40) 4 Slaves In the 1840 Census for St. Clair, AL. John1 QUINN, age 72 and family is listed in the Index. [1840 Census, M-704, Reel 014, Pg 230] H/H John1 QUINN, b. c1768 age 72 (70 to 80) Wife: Betsy (MORGAN) b. c1765 age 75 (60 to 70) <--Note age 3. 1st Son: Anderson, b. c1791 age 49 (40 to 50) 4 Slaves John1 QUINN, age 76 died prior to 11 Apr. 1844 per his Son-in-law Samuel & Margaret "Peggy" (QUINN) filed a Conveyance Deed, back in Spartanburg Co., SC. Grandson John Quinn SARRATT was married to Selina COOPER (m. 1842) and living in St. Clair Co., AL. Samuel SARRATT appointed son John Quinn SARRATT, his "Power of Attorney." A "Conveyance Deed" was prepared on 11th April 1844 and was recorded 06 Jan. 1845 in the County of Spartanburg, SC. (Bk. D, Page 887) A schedule of the property received by Samuel & Margaret SARRATT from the Estate of John QUINN, dec'd, Wiz: One Sorrel Mare & Sadees Saddle of the value of $45.00 One Cow in the value of ........................$10.00 One Bed in the value of ........................$ 5.00 Two Small Sheep in the value of ................$ 2.00 Personally came Samuel & Margaret SARRATT before me and made oath that the above Schedule represents a just and true statement of all the property that they have received from the Estate of John QUIN, dec'd. Sworn and subscribed this 11th April 1844 before me M.G. GAFFNEY Magistrate. Signed: Samuel SARRATT Signed: Margaret ( X ) SARRATT (her Mark) Third Generation! 1. Mary Ann QUINN; (1st d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. 25 Dec 1785, York Dist., SC. d. 13 Dec 1857, age 71yrs, Morgan Co., AL. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Alabama. At age 20yrs she married bfr 1805, York Co., SC. to Zachariah COOPER; They had 12 Children born to this Union:
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See Biographical Profile: Zachariah COOPER;
for Continuation.
2. Margaret "Peggy" QUINN; (2nd d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1789, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ 1850, age 61yrs, Cherokee Co., SC. Buried: Samuel SARRATT Cemetery, Cherokee Co., SC. At age 20yrs she married bfr 1808, Spartanburg Dist., SC. to Samuel,7 SARRATT; They had 10 Children born to this Union:
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See Biographical Profile: Samuel,7 SARRATT;
for Continuation.
3. Anderson QUINN; (1st s/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1791, York Dist., SC.
  Possible Record Problem!
In [REF:088.003] Mona (Allison) Wamick, Aug. 1995, Pg 50 list "Evidently Anderson QUINN did not marry, a male of his age was listed in household of John,1 Quinn for the Census of 1820, 30 & 40. He was listed in father John "Final settlement" in 1845."
4. Hugh A. QUINN; (2nd s/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1791, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ 1860, age 69yrs, Jefferson Co., AL. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 29yrs he married on Aug 08, 1820, York Co., SC. to [REF:#003, Pg61] 19 year old Miss Levina "Viney, Vina" HOOD; (d/o M/M HOOD Parents of GA>) b. c 1801, Unknown Co., GA. d. __ ___ aft 1860 Census, age 69yrs, Jefferson Co., AL. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had 6 Children born to this Union: [REF:#003, Pg61] 4.1 1st Son: Anderson,2 QUINN, b. c1821 St Clair Co., AL. 4.2 2nd Son: Noah,2 QUINN, b. c1822 St Clair Co., AL. 4.3 1st Dau: Sarah,2 QUINN, b. c1824 St Clair Co., AL. 4.4 3rd Son: William QUINN, b. c1827 St Clair Co., AL. 4.5 4th Son: John,2 QUINN, b. c1828 St Clair Co., AL. 4.6 5th Son: Burrell QUINN, b. c1838 St Clair Co., AL. 5. Elizabeth QUINN; (3rd d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1800, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, prob St Clair Co., AL Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 20yrs she married on Dec 09, 1821, St Clair Co., AL. to [REF:#003, Pg61] 20 year old Osburn HOOD; (a.k.a. "Ausborn") (s/o John,1 HOOD & Mother: Sarah "Sally" AUSTIN) b. c1800, Greene Co., GA. d. __ ___ aft, 1860 prob St Clair Co., AL. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had 0 Children born to this Union: [REF:#003, Pg61] They had 6 Children born to this Union: [per 1830,40,50,60 Census) 5.1 1st Dau: Unknown HOOD, b. c1822, St Clair Co., AL. 5.2 1st Son: Unknown HOOD, b. c1824, St Clair Co., AL. 5.3 2nd Dau: Mellisa HOOD, b. c1829, St Clair Co., AL. 5.4 3rd Dau: Celia M., HOOD, b. c1832, St Clair Co., AL. 5.5 2nd Son: Wm. P. HOOD, b. c1834, St Clair Co., AL. 5.6 4th Dau: Sarah E., HOOD, b. c1838, St Clair Co., AL. 6. Cecelia QUINN; (4th d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1801, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ 1885, age 84yrs, Monroe Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 19yrs she married bfr 1820 (Not in St Clair Co., AL.) to [REF:#003, Pg61] 24 year old William HOOD; (s/o John,1 HOOD & Mother: Sarah "Sally" AUSTIN) b. c1796, Greene Co., GA. d. c1885, age 89yrs, Monroe Co., MS. Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had 10 Children born to this Union: [REF:#003, Pg61] 6.1 1st Son: Hiarm HOOD, b. c1820, St Clair Co., AL. 6.2 1st Dau: Narcissa HOOD, b. c1823, St Clair Co., AL. 6.3 2nd Son: Calvin D. HOOD, b. c1825, St Clair Co., AL. 6.4 2nd Dau: Almeada HOOD, b. c1826, St Clair Co., AL. 6.5 3rd Son: Charles B. HOOD, b. c1828, St Clair Co., AL. 6.6 4th Son: Sidney A. HOOD, b. c1829, St Clair Co., AL. 6.7 3rd Dau: Elizabeth HOOD, b. c1835, St Clair Co., AL. 6.8 5th Son: Franklin E. HOOD, b. c1837, St Clair Co., AL. 6.9 6th Son: Wm. A. HOOD, b. c1839, St Clair Co., AL. 6.10 7th Son: John D. HOOD, b. c1843, St Clair Co., AL. 7. Sarah "Sallie" QUINN; (5th d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1802, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 48yrs she married bfr 1850 (Not in St Clair Co., AL.) to [REF:#003, Pg61] 59 year old Josiah KNIGHT; (s/o M/M KNIGHT Parents of MD. b. c1791, Unknown Co., MD. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) No Issue? 8. Eleanor QUINN; (7th d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1803, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age __yrs she married bfr ____ (Not in St Clair Co., AL.) to [REF:#003, Pg61] __ year old Joseph Nathaniel GREEN; (1st s/o Jacob GREEN & Mother: Frances ACKER of Lincoln Co., NC.) b. 04 Jan 1791, Lincoln Co., NC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had Children born to this Union: [per 1830 Census] 8.1 1st Son: Unknown GREEN, c1825 AL. 8.2 2nd Son: Unknown GREEN, c1828 AL. 9. Jane QUINN; (a.k.a. "Jennie") (7th d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1804, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 16yrs she married on 21 Dec 1820 St Clair Co., AL. to (No Date from REF:#003, Pg61) 26 year old John PERKINS; (s/o M/M PERKINS Parents of SC. b. c1794, Unknown Co., SC. [per 1850 Census] b. c1800, Unknown Co., SC. [per 1860 Census] b. c1793, Unknown Co., SC. [per 1870 Census] d. bfr 1880, age 86yrs, St Clair Co., AL. or Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) Children NOT researched by [REF:#003, Pg61] They had at least 11 Children born to this Union: [per 1840,50,60 Census] (Children all born in St Clair Co., AL) 9.1 1st Son: Joseph PERKINS, b. c1822 m. *1844 Rebecca STRACENER, 9.2 1st Dau: Elizab. J. PERKINS, b. c1825 m. *1848 Henry OWENS, 9.3 2nd Son: D. Anthony PERKINS, b. c1828 m. *1848 Charlotee E. GREYER, 9.4 2nd Dau: Sarah PERKINS, b. c1831 m. *1845 Isaac COX, 9.5 3rd Son: Unknown PERKINS, b. c1832 Not with parents 1850, a18yrs 9.6 3rd Dau: Unknown PERKINS, b. c1833 Not with parents 1850, a17yrs 9.7 4th Dau: Unknown PERKINS, b. c1835 (Twin) Not with parents 1850 a15yrs 9.8 4th Son: Herden PERKINS, b. c1835 (Twin) Not Traced! 9.9 5th Dau: Peggy PERKINS, b. c1836 Not Traced! 9.10 5th Son: John D. PERKINS, b. c1839 m. *1864 Sarah E. GREAR, 9.11 6th Son: Stephen B. PERKINS, b. c1842 m. *1861 Mary SKINNER, 10. Milberry QUINN; (8th d/o John,1 QUINN & Mother: Betsy MORGAN) b. __ ___ 1807, York Dist., SC. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) At age 21yrs she married on Mar 30, 1828, St Clair Co., AL. (as his 2nd Wife) [REF:#003, Pg61] 38 year old Stephen KNIGHT; (s/o M/M KNIGHT Parents of VA. b. c1790, Unknown Co., VA. d. __ ___ ____, age __yrs, St Clair Co., AL.? Buried: Cemetery Location Unknown (to me) They had 5 Children born to this Union: [REF:#003, Pg61] They had 7 Children born to this Union: [per 1830 Census] FIRST MARRIAGE: c1825, Wife Unknown, 1Ch. 10.1 1st Dau: Unknown KNIGHT, b. c1825, St Clair Co., AL. SECOND MARRIAGE: *1828, Miss Milberry QUINN, 6Ch. 10.2 1st Son: Unknown KNIGHT, b. c1828, St Clair Co., AL. 10.3 2nd Son: John B. KNIGHT, b. c1832, St Clair Co., AL. 10.4 1st Dau: Sarah E. KNIGHT, b. c1836, St Clair Co., AL. 10.5 2nd Dau: Mary KNIGHT, b. c1838, St Clair Co., AL. 10.6 3rd Dau: Martha KNIGHT, b. c1842, St Clair Co., AL. 10.7 4th Dau: Ruthy KNIGHT, b. c1845, St Clair Co., AL.
  Source and Reference:
 [REF:#001]   Paul R. Sarrett, Jr.   prsjr@aol.com
Sarrett/Sarrett/Surratt Families of America (SFA)
Bibliography of US County Histories.
History of St Clair Co., Alabama, by Mattie L.T. Crow, Huntsville; Strode Press, 1971, x, 205pp.
 [REF:#002]   Chuck Wilson   chuckH273@aol.com
Email to this writer Mar. 24, 1995.
 [REF:#003]   Mona (Allison) Wamick   QUIN(N) Family papers
Sent to this writer 11 Aug 1995
Lived 2475 River Oak Dr., Decatur, GA. 30033
Phone: 404-634-2313
Mona later self published a book on her mothers's BORDERS Family, including her maternal lines in Feb. 01, 1997
BORDERS, LOGAN, RIPPY, CRAWFORD, RUNYAN
and Connections, including
MARGARET and HUGH QUIN, Sr. of York Co., SC. and their Children:
PETER, MARY, DANIEL, HUGH II, & JOHN
 [REF:#004]     

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