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Quinn, B. T.

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Quinn, B. T.
February 28, 2007 05:21PM
History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed.
by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. p. 623.
[Scott County] [White Sulphur Precinct]

REV. B. T. QUINN, farmer, P. O. Georgetown; is a son of Richard and
Cynthia (Nall) Quinn, and was born in Scott County, Sept. 15, 1825; his
father was born in Spottsylvania [sic] County, Va., Aug. 8, 1787, and was
a school teacher of the early times, but became a farmer afterward, and
died March 17, 1870. His wife was born in Franklin County, Ky., March
10, 1804, and died in 1837. The subject was educated in the schools of
the time, and in Georgetown College, which he entered in 1842, and
remained until 1844; he then began teaching, and also preaching; he had
charge of several churches--one at Big Spring, Woodford Co. Mr. Quinn has
been married three times; his first wife, Miss Sallie A. French, was born
in Franklin County, Ky., and was a daughter of William French, a native
of Virginia; after her death he married Miss Cerella Stapp, of Madison
County, Ind., and she dying, he married Miss Wingate, a daughter of Isaac
Wingate, of Franklin County, KY., who was a native of Delaware, and was
born April 7, 1791; his wife Jane Snead, was born in Virginia, near
Richmond, April 15, 1798, and died Dec. 13, 1875. Mr. Quinn is a member
of the Baptist Church; he is a Democrat and a Granger; he has two
children; he has not preached for several years on account of asthma, but
is engaged in farming; owns 200 acres of good land on Iron Works Road,
about five miles from Georgetown.

Quinn Nall French Stapp Wingate Snead
Frankfort-Franklin-KY Woodford-KY Madison-IN Spotsylvania-VA

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