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Much of the early Quillen information I possess is found on the internet site of Adam Fitch Quillen of Troy, Ohio and shared in his book "The Quillen Family and Their Kith and Kin". Every accounting I have come across seems to agree upon one focal immigrant - Teague Quillin, age 20, who sailed from "ye port of London" aboard the ship "The Thomas" to arrive in Virginia on August 21, 1635. Maryland State Archives, which I have not seen personally, are said to contain records of Teague Qullin born 1615 in County Kilkenny, Ireland. Teague's son Daniel married wife Lydia in 1661 Northampton County, Virginia and settled in the region of Sommersett County, Maryland. According to the book "Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of Maryland", by Clayton Torrence:
Quillane. Daniel Quillane and Lydia, his wife, in Northampton County, Virginia, 1661; and by May, 1665, were in the Morumsco section. Quillane had patents in Somerset County for lands called “The Irish Grove,” on e. side of Morumsco Creek, and “Limbrick,” on n. side of Pocomoke River, in a neck of land called Nassawaddocks (O 7, p. 536). , Daniel and Lydia had issue: (1) Eliza, 1661/2; (2) Thomas, May 3, 1665; (3) Daniel, Jr., Nov 13, 1667; (4) Teague, March 13, 1669; (5) Judith, Jun 24, 1673; (6) Elizabeth, Mar 13, 1675 (IKL). It appears that "the almighty God hath so disposed that...Daniel Quillane came by misadventure to his death and dyed intestate" (see deed in Somerset Court, October 24, 1681 m Thomas Quillane to Thomas Lidster). Thomas Quillane (son of Daniel and Lydia) m., 1685, Sarah Morris; issue: (1) Daniel, 1687; (2) Thomas, 1691 (IKL).
Daniel and Lydia's son Thomas married Sarah Morris 24 July 1685 and reported the birth of two sons: Daniel, born 24 Jun 1687; and Thomas, Jr., born 14 Jul 1691. Thomas Quillen is recorded in the 1723 Somerset County, MD census. A Joseph Quillen married Elizabeth Lacham on 9 Nov 1735 in Dorchester County, MD. The exact ancestry of my own Quillen branch is vague and requires further research. My particular line picks up again from Clement (Quillon), who is first found in 1807, 1808, 1809, and 1810 census/tax records of Jefferson County, Ohio (Warren TWP). I recorded early New England Quillen families in hopes to locate Clement prior to his move to Ohio.
At this time, the father of Clement is unknown (Clement Quillen is mentioned in Sussex and Kent County, Delaware probate records). One source I found claimed Thomas Quillane (b. 1710 Maryland) was the father of Clement – guessing further, it could be that Thomas is likely a son of Daniel or Thomas, sons of Thomas and Sarah Morris. At any rate, the only known fact is that Clement Quillen ends up in Jefferson County, Ohio by 1807. After 1810, Clement’s likely younger brother, Daniel, shows up in the area too. According to Delaware and Ohio census records Daniel had 3 daughters and 2 sons—based on location (Cadiz, OH) and ages, it appears that the sons of Daniel were Thomas (b. bet. 1795-1800) and John (b. bet. 1805-1810). John remained in the area but Thomas and his family disappeared by the time of the 1840 census. The family links I have made on Daniel’s line have not been collaborated by proof—recordings have been in my genealogy file only to maintain a documented record of some of the family branches outside of Clement Quillen’s branch. Clement was the father of Adam, Elihu, Joshua and Amos—these sons are alluded to in the 1826 will of Clement, which was probated in September 1835.
Clement's son, Amos Quillen, was my fifth great-grandfather and was born in Maryland. He married Jane Webster of Pennsylvania on August 13, 1813 in Harrison County, Ohio. I found Amos and Jane in Meigs County , Ohio, in the 1850 census, along with my fourth great-grandfather, Franklin Uriah, and a number of other Quillen families. Amos Quillen died in 1855 Syracuse, Ohio - where he is buried. His wife, Jane, died in 1872 and is buried with Amos in the Quillen Cemetery at Syracuse.
Franklin Uriah Quillen married Martha Capehart in 1848 Meigs County. Franklin and his brother, Alexander, married Capehart sisters, daughters of Henry and Mary Hogg Capehart of Mason County, West Virginia. Martha Capehart Quillen died in 1870.
Franklin Quillen's second wife, Esther Phelps, had three children from their union—one child, Franklin Jr., has published material on the Quillen family. Esther died in 1884. In 1888, Franklin married his third wife, Elizabeth McCoy.
By 1880, my third great-grandfather, James Henry Quillen, had moved out of the home and took up residence in Hocking County (Carbon Hill), Ohio - where he married Margaret (Maggie) Biggins. Margaret was the daughter of George and Ellen Howard Biggins of Washington County, Ohio.
Shortly after the 1883 birth of their second child, Verna Mae, James and Maggie Quillen moved to Fayette County, West Virginia (Montgomery - Cross Creek). James and Margaret had three children by the time of Margaret's death in 1889. Their oldest child, Josephine, is my great-great-grandmother. About 1890, James married his second wife, Vienna Webster. By 1897, James Quillen had returned to Meigs County, Ohio.
In 1902, Franklin Uriah Quillen, Sr. died in Syracuse, Ohio. His son, James Quillen, remained in the Meigs County region until his own death at the age of 94 in Syracuse, Ohio.
In September 1900, James and Margaret Biggins Quillen oldest child, Josephine, married James William Franklin “Frank” Darlington in Fayette County, West Virginia. Frank was the son of Benjamin F. and Sarah Craig Darlington. Franklin and Josephine gave birth to a set of twins on 14 January 1901. One twin was my great-grandmother Carmen Pearl Darlington.
Family File Contributors
Sandy McBride of Warren, Ohio (wife of Frank McBride, Jr., grandson of Frances Quillen)
Susan Quillin Thompson (2nd great-granddaughter of Lemuel and Ellenor Bucy Quillin)
Martha Jo White (granddaughter of Frank and Josephine Quillen Darlington)
Joan Martin of Erie, PA (great-granddaughter of Francis Olivia Quillen McBride)
Jill Licata (4th great-granddaughter of Elihu Quillen-brother of Amos)
Jo Anne Dow (Quillen researcher)
Quillen, Benjamin pg 126 males over 16 (1), males under 16 (1), females (3)
Quillen, Samuel pg 127 males over 16 (1), males under 16 (2), females (2)
Quillin, Joseph pg 767 line 15 M under 10 (3), M 26-45 (1)
F under 10 (1), F 15-26 (1)
Quilling, Obed pg 788 line 15 M 15-26 (1)
F 15-26 (1)
Quilling, Peter pg 770 line 13 M under 10 (1), M 26-45 (1)
F under 10 (1), F 26-45 (1)
Quilling, Samuel pg 766 line 2 M under 10 (1), M 10-16 (2), M 26-45 (1)
F under 10 (2), F 10-16 (1), F 26-45(1)
0-9 10-15 16-25 26-44 45+
Quillan, Nathan pg 197 New Castle Co, Mill Creek Males 30010 Females 00100
Quillin, Danl pg 33 Kent Co, Little Creek Males 10010 Females 21010
Quillen, James pg 45 Kent Co, St. James Males 11020 Females 10010
Quallon?, Joshua pg 34 Kent Co, Little Creek Males 40001 Females 11110
0-9 10-15 16-25 26-44 45+
Quillen, James pg 609 WORC Males 30010 Females 20010
Quillen, James pg 615 WORC Males 00110 Females 20011
Quillen, James pg 567 WORC Males 10010 Females 10011
Quillen, Obed pg 591 WORC Males 30010 Females 20010
Quillen, Peter pg 569 WORC Males 21010 Females 11010
0-9 10-15 16-25 26-44 45+
Qullin, J. pg 107 KENT, Duck Creek Males 10020 Females 31100
Quillen, D. pg 119 KENT, St Jones Hundred Males 11001 Females 01110
Quillen, William pg 34 KENT, Murderkill Hundred Males 21010 Females 20010
Quillin, Nathan pg 226 KENT, Mill Creek Hundred Males 20001 Females 10010
Quillin, Jos pg 324 SUSS, Broad Creek Hundred Males 10010 Females 11000
Males 0-9 10-15 16-18 16-25 26-44 45+ Females 0-9 10-15 16-25 26-44 45+
Qullalin, John 106A MTY BUT Males 110110 Females 12010
Quillin, Clemont 240A JEF WAR Males 000001 Females 00101
Adam 093 HRN FRE Males 500010 Females 00100
Joshua 094 HRN FRE Males 200010 Females 10010
Amos 240A JEF WAR Males 300010 Females 00010
Elihu 094 HRN FRE Males 200010 Females 12010
Daniel 025 HRN CAD Males 010001 Females 00001
Thomas 042 HRN S C Males 100100 Females 10100
under 5 5–9 10-14 15-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89
Quillon, Clemmont JEFF 171 Wells Twp Males 00000000001 Females 0000100001
Quillin, Adam HARR 231 Freeport Males 21320010000 Females 0200010000
Quillin, Joshua HARR 230 Freeport Males 10100100000 Females 1001100000
Quillon, Amos JEFF 171 Wells Twp Males 12310010000 Females 2000010000
Quillan, Elisha HARR 233 Washington Males 01100010000 Females 1202000000
Quillan, Daniel HARR 156 Cadiz Twp Males 00000000010 Females 0000000010
Quillan, Thomas HARR 156 Cadiz Twp Males 20100101000 Females 0110010000
Quillan, John HARR 156 Cadiz Twp Males 00001000000 Females 0001000000
Quilliam, Thomas LORA 8 Avon Males 10100001000 Females 0103001000
under 5 5–9 10-14 15-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89
Quillen, Adam HARR 234 Freeport Males 032003001 Females 1100201
Quillon, Joshua HARR 234 Freeport Males 001010010 Females 1210101
Quillan, Amos WASH 263 Cedarville Males 001240100 Females 0020001
Quillan, Elihu HARR 131 Washington Males 000020100 Females 0012001
Quillan, James HARR 131 Washington Males 001010000 Females 1000100
Quillan, John HARR 172 Monroe Males 311001000 Females 2100100
Quilliam, Hugh LAKE 075 Painsville Males 110001000 Females 1100010
1 Aug - Freeport 1 Aug - Freeport
Ursula 28 b. OH Mary 52 b. OH
Hester A. 6 b. OH Alexander 22 b. OH
Charlotte L. 6/12 b. OH Jackson 21 b. OH
Harriet 3 b. OH Adam 18 b. OH
Griffith 16 b. OH
Charles Quillen 28 b. OH Lucinda 25 b. OH
Jane 28 b. MD Rachel 14 b. OH
Harriet 9 b. OH
Joshua Quillen 66 b. DE
Rebecca 45 b. IRE 9 Aug - Cadiz
Jane 22 b. OH John Quillen 39 b. DE
James B. 21 b. OH Rebecca 37 b. OH
Nancy 16 b. OH William 19 b. OH
Mary A. 15 b. OH Mary 18 b. OH
Margaret 13 b. OH James 15 b. OH
Joshua 11 b. OH Johnson 14 b. OH
Thomas 13 b. OH
Elihu Quillen 40 b. OH Martha 12 b. OH
Elenor A. 30 b. OH John 10 b. OH
Mararet Carrothers 12 b. OH Martin 9 b. OH
Eliza 8 b. OH
Jefferson Quillen 37 b. VA Josiah 7 b. OH
Rachel 24 b. OH Maria 4 b. OH
Harrison 1 b. OH Samuel 1 b. OH
George A. 1/12 b. OH
24 Sep - Washington TWP
Elihu Quillen 60 b. MD 5 Sep - Monroe TWP
Sarah 56 b. PA William Quillen 21 b. NR
Matilda 25 b. OH
Mary J. 22 b. OH David Quillen 31 b. NR
Adam 36 b. OH Jane 24 b. OH
Amanda J. 2 b. OH
James Quillen 16 b. OH Samuel Batten 15 b. OH
Wells, pg. 425 Cross Creek
Ellenor 34 b. OH Lydia 29 b. OH
Geo W. 7 b. OH Wheeler C. 1 b. OH
Ellen 4 b. OH
Alexander 1 b. OH
13 Sep 1850, Sutton TWP, pg. 194
Amos Quillen 61 b. MD farmer Joshua Quillin 32 b. OH
Jane 54 b. PA Nancy 30 b. OH
Mary J. 22 b. OH Elanor 7 b. OH
Alexander 20 b. OH Mary Ann 1 b. OH
Uriah Quillin 24 b. OH Letart TWP
Martha 18 b. OH Jacob Quillin 29 b. VA
Samuel 1 b. OH Nancy 23 b. OH
Mary V. 3 b. OH
Alexander Crooks 25 b. OH Dorothy A. 9/12 b. OH
Hannah 24 b. OH Mary Sayre 14 b. OH
Sarah C. 1 b. OH
Hezekiah Quillin 26 b. OH
Sarah 18 b. OH
Jane 3/12 b. OH
Henry Capehart 49 b. VA Nehemiah Roggers 48 b. NY
Mary 40 b. VA Sarah 46 b. VA
John 18 b. VA Mary J. 21 b. VA
Sarah A. 16 b. VA Charles F. 19 b. VA
Eliza M. 14 b. VA Rosana 17 b. VA
Mary A. 12 b. VA Sarah 15 b. VA
George P. 10 b. VA Margaret L. 12 b. VA
James 8 b. VA James H. 12 b. VA
Olivia J. 6 b. VA Martha A. 7 b. VA
William H. 4 b. VA Nehemiah 5 b. VA
Abney W. 4/12 b. VA
James Capehart 53 b. VA
Margaret A. 38 b. VA
James 3 b. VA
John 1 b. VA
West Chester Uhrichsville
David Quilan 42 b. OH Johnson Quillan 23 b. OH
Jane 38 b. OH enum with James (46) and Margaret A. (42) Bell
Amanda J. 12 b. OH
Stewart 9 b. OH
Sarah A. 6 b. OH
David Ross 3 b. OH
Mary A. 1 b. OH
John Quillin 55 b. OH Charles Quillan 42 b. OH
Deborah 35 b. OH Sarah J. 39 b. MD
Janette B. 2 b. OH Sophronia 10 b. OH
Amanda 1/12 b. OH C. F. (male) 2 b. OH
M. V. Batten 14 b. OH
Adam Quillin 75 b. MD Alex Quillin 33 b. OH
Mary 70 b. OH Nancy 26 b. OH
T. H. (male) 8 b. OH
Jackson Quillin 28 b. OH Jefferson 6 b. OH
Catherine 28 b. OH Jno H. 4 b. OH
Ezra 4 b. OH C. J. (male) 2 b. OH
Adam 2 b. OH
Elisha Quillan 68 b. VA
Joshua Quillin 75 b. MD Sarah 65 b. PA
Rebecca 64 b. IRE
Nancy 24 b. OH Stinson Quillan 40 b. OH
Mary A. 20 b. OH Ursula 37 b. MD
Joshua 17 b. OH Hester A. 14 b. OH
Harriet 12 b. OH
Rachel Quillen 34 b. OH Charlotte J. 8 b. OH
Harrison 11 b. OH Jno 1 b. OH
Rebecca J. 9 b. OH
Mary 7 b. OH Monroe
Elanor 5 b. OH William Quillan 33 b. OH
Aaron Dennis 79 b. NJ Abigail 34 b. OH
Rebecca 53 b. OH Elizabeth 8 b. OH
Elizabeth 38 b. OH Rebecca 5 b. OH
Mary A. 3 b. OH
Franklin Johnson 3/12 b. OH
Josiah Quellan 16 b. OH
Enum. Thomas and Permelia Green
William Meek 75 b. PA
Rebecca 48 b. OH
Frank Furniham 26 b. IRE
Martin Millin 19 b. OH
Elvira J. 18 b. OH
Mariah 13 b. OH
Samuel 12 b. OH
George 11 b. OH
Albert 8 b. OH
Thos Quillin 23 b. OH
Enum. in Joseph (44 b. VA) and Eliza (40 b. OH) Perkins household as laborer
John Quillin 17 b. OH
Enum in Edmund (37 b. VA) and Mary E.(23 b. VA) Henry household as laborer
24 Jul - Letart TWP 23 Jul - Letart TWP
Jacob Quillen 38 b. OH H. Quillan 38 b. OH
Nancy 33 b. OH Sarah 28 b. OH
Mary 12 b. OH Jane 10 b. OH
Dorothy 10 b. OH Manchester 8 b. OH
Sarah 7 b. OH Margaret 2 b. OH
Wm 6 b. OH
Charles 3 b. OH 18 Jun - Syracuse pg. 561
Nathan 2/12 b. OH Uriah Quillen 33 b. OH Carpenter
Martha 28 b. VA
Alexander Quillen 29 b. OH Carpenter Lemuel 10 b. OH
Eliza 23 b. OH James 8 b. OH
Mary 5 b. OH Frances (female) 6 b. OH
Jane 4 b. OH John 4 b. OH
Hannah 2 b. OH George 2 b. OH
Syracuse, pg. 223
Jane Quillen 68 b. PA
Adam Quillens 29 b. OH
Nancy 29 b. OH
Wm 8 b. IN
Theophilus 7 b. INI
Lovina 2 b. IA
Elihu Quillen 44 b. OH
Ellener A. 42 b. OH
Margaret Carruthers 22 b. OH
Lemuel Quillen 45 b. OH W. B. Quillen 41 b. OH
Ellender 43 b. OH Lydia 42 b. OH
George 16 b. OH Wheeler 11 b. OH
Ellen 15 b. OH Arthur 9 b. OH
Alexander 10 b. OH Sarah 7 b. OH
John 8 b. OH
William 5 b. OH
Thomas 3 b. OH
Mary 1 b. OH
James Capehart 63 b. VA
James 12 b. VA
Francis 9 b. VA
Alice 7 b. VA
Adam Quillan 39 b. OH
Nancy 39 b. OH
William 18 b. IN
Theophilus T. 17 b. IN
Albert 16 b. IN
Lovina 12 b. IA
Lincoln 10 b. IA
Lewis 7 b. IA
Harriet S. 5 b. MO
Point Pleasant New Haven
Joshua Quillin 55 b. OH Henry Capehart 69 b. VA Merchant
Nancy 53 b. PA Mary A. 60 b. VA
William J. 18 b. OH Thomas 17 b. VA
Sarah 16 b. OH Samuel J. 14 b. VA
Amos 13 b. OH
William Capehart 23 b. VA
New Haven Sarah 23 b. VA
Alexander Quillin 40 b. OH Carpenter Abner 4 b. WVA
Eliza 33 b. VA Mary A. 11/12 b. WVA
Mary M. 16 b. OH William Gilpin 15 b. VA
Jane 14 b. OH
Hannah 12 b. OH James Capehart 28 b. VA
Martha C. 10 b. OH Orilla 27 b. VA
Sallie N. 7 b. OH George N. 7 b. WVA
Olivia 5 b. OH Sarah F. 5 b. WVA
Olive O. 3 b. OH Lewis F. 3 b. WVA
Harriet 7/12 b. WVA James 1 b. WVA
George Capehart 35 b. VA Carpenter Abney Capehart 21 b. VA
Ann 35 b. VA Caroline 23 b. VA
Martha 5 b. WVA
Armina 2 b. WVA
Cadiz Freeport TWP
Thos Quillen 33 b. OH Joshua Quellen 85 b. MD
Mary E. 23 b. OH Mary A. 29 b. OH
Chas L. 4 b. Iowa Joshua Jr. 26 b. OH
Eli B. 1 b. OH Rachel A. 22 b. OH
George A. 3/12 b. OH Austin C. 1 b. OH
Not named 1/12 b. OH
Janetta Quillen 12 b. OH
Enum. Harry (43) and Mary Caldwell (47) Harriet Quellen 23 b. OH
Tina E. 1 b. OH
Rachel Quellen 45 b.OH German
Rebecca J. 19 b. OH Deborah Quillen 52 b. OH
Mary E. 17 b. OH
Ellenor 15 b. OH Washington TWP
Marke Hogge 67 b. PA
Stinson Quillen 52 b. OH Elizabeth 52 b. PA
Ursella 43 b. MD George W. 22 b. OH
John M. 11 b. OH Phebe J. 29 b. OH
Hannah M. 21 b. OH
Mary M. 17 b. OH
James W. 14 b. OH
Dorcus E. 11 b. OH
Sarah Quillen 75 b. PA
8 Jun pg. 355 - Syracuse Sulton Twp
Uriah Quillen 43 b. OH Carpenter 9 Jun pg. 357 - Syracuse Sulton Twp
Martha 38 b. W.VA John P. Capehart 37 b. VA
Lemuel 20 b. OH Hannah 41 b. VA
James 18 b. OH Mary 11 b. OH
Frances 16 b. OH Thomas 10 b. OH
John 13 b. OH John P. 8 b. OH
George 11 b. OH William 5 b. OH
William 5 b. OH
Samuel 2 b. OH 18 Jul pg. 10 - Letart Twp
Jacob Quillen 53 b. OH
18 Jul pg. 10 - Letart Twp Nancy 43 b. OH
Hezekiah Quillen 47 b. OH Dorothy 21 b. OH
Sarah 38 b. OH Sarah J. 18 b. OH
Manchester 18 b. OH William H. 16 b. OH
Margaret 12 b. OH Charles W. 13 b. OH
Barbara A. 9 b. OH Nathan W. 11 b. OH
Lewis 4 b. OH Erastus E. 6 b. OH
Austin 8/12 b. OH John A. 3 b. OH
Syracuse, Sulton Twp
Jane Quillen 74 b. VA
William Quillen 42 b. OH David Quillen 50 b. OH
Abigal 46 b. OH Jane 44 b. OH
Rebeckah 14 b. OH Amanda J. 21 b. OH
Mary A. 12 b. OH Sarah A. 15 b. OH
Johnson 10 b. OH David R. 13 b. OH
Josiah 8 b. OH Mary A. 11 b. OH
Harriet 6 b. OH
Emma 1 b. OH Uhrichsville
Johnson Quillen 34 b. OH
Uhrichsville Lydia 27 b. OH
Martin 29 b. OH Mary E. 11 b. OH
Albert 18 b. OH James T. 7 b. OH
Denton D. 3 b. OH
Josiah Quillen 24 b. OH Lonidia (fem) 1 b. OH
Ellen Quillen 54 b. OH William D Quillen 51 b. OH
Ella J. 23 b. OH Elizabeth 35 b. OH
John 18 b. OH Arthur 17 b. OH
William 15 b. OH Sarah S. 15 b. OH
Thomas W. 12 b. OH Ambrose H. 7 b. OH
Mary E. 10 b. OH Tappan T. 4 b. OH
Linnie E. (female) 2 b. OH
Wheeler Quillin 21 b. OH Clarie M. (female) 1/12 b. OH
Maggie R.  22 b. OH
Enum. John (61 OH) and Nancy Forker (60 VA)
New Alexandria Cross Creek
Ellenor Quillen 64 b. OH William C. Quillen 25 b. OH
Thomas W. 24 b. OH Ida M. 20 b. OH
Merta G. 5/12 b. OH
William D. Quillen 59 b. OH William J. 3 b. OH
Mary E. 45 b. OH
Sarah 26 b. OH Wheeller Quillen 32 b. OH
Howard 16 b. OH
Tappen (son) 13 b. OH Arthur Quillen 26 b. OH
Linne E. (dau) 12 b. OH Margaret J. 28 b. OH
Clary M. (female) 10 b. OH Ida M. 4 b. OH
Orval 8 b. OH William J. 3 b. OH
Frank W. 6 b. OH
Letart TWP Sulton TWP (Syracuse)
Hezekiah Quillen 58 b. OH Uriah Quillen 60 b. OH
Sarah 48 b. OH E. Ester 37 b. W.VA
Barbara Ann 19 b. OH William 16 b. OH
Lewis 14 b. OH Samuel 12 b. OH
Augusta 8 b. OH Loren 4 b. OH
F. Uriah 5/12 b. OH
Henry J. Wagner 20 b. OH fath OH moth WVA
Lillie E. 18 b. OH fath OH moth WVA
John E. Roberts 27 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Sarah J. 27 b. OH
Mary F. 3? b. OH
Manchester Quillen 28 b. OH fath OH moth OH farmer
Esther A. 25 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Roush, Jonas (servant) 16 b. OH fath WV moth OH servant
Jacob Quillen 62 b. OH fath MD moth PA wagon maker
Nancy 53 b. OH fath E.VA moth W.VA
William H. 25 b. OH
Charles W. 23 b. OH Letart TWP
Nathan W. 20 b. OH William J. Quillen 27 b. OH
Derastus E. 15 b. OH Fanny 26 b. OH
John A. 12 b. OH J. William 4 b. OH
Maud 2 b. OH
Joshua Quillen 62 b. OH fath un moth OH farm hand
Nancy 62 b. PA fath PA moth MD
Sarah 23 b. OH
Amos 23 b. OH
Hery? George (g-son) 13 b. OH
Alexander Quillen 50 b. OH Henry Capehart 78 b. VA fath MD moth ENG
Eliza 44 b. VA Mary 69 b. VA fath Scot moth VA
Martha 19 b. OH Samuel J. 23 b. VA
Sarah 17 b. OH Ella 19 b. OH (dau-in-law)
Olivia 15 b. OH
Venia (daughter) 12 b. OH
Hattie 10 b. WVA
Anne 7 b. WVA
Evie 5 b. WVA
Bird 1 b. WVA
Amos Quillan 65 b. OH fath nr moth nr
Mary 55 b. OH fath MD moth VA
Mary A. Quillen 45 b. OH
Milton H. 5 b. OH fath OH moth OH
enum. as boarders with Henry Malhany
Mark Hoge 78 b. PA fath IRE fath PA
Elizabeth 62 b. PA fath PA moth PA
Pheba 39 b OH
James 25 b. OH
Dorcus 21 b. OH
Sarah Quillen 84 b. PA fath PA moth PA boarder
Charles Quillen 61 b. OH fath OH moth OH farmer
Sarah 58 b. OH fath OH moth MD
Sophrina 27 b. MD
Frank 22 b. OH
Green, Archilles 11 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Amanda Quillin 19 b. OH fath OH moth OH servant
15 June 1880, Ward TWP, pg. 171C
Quillen, James 28 mines coal b. OH fath OH moth OH
Maggie 28 keeping house b. OH fath OH moth OH
William Quillen 49 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Abigail 55 b. OH fath DE moth DE
Johnson 20 b. OH
Josiah 17 b. OH
Harriet 14 b. OH
Emma 11 b. OH
Rebecca Courtney 24 b. OH (daughter)
Thomas Quillen 42 b. OH fath MD moth OH Carpenter
Mary E. 33 b. OH fath OH moth ENG
Charles L. 14 b. IA
Eli B. 11 b. OH
George A. 10 b. OH
John W. 4 b. OH
Mary E. 2 b. OH
Anna Quillen 17 b. OH fath OH moth OH Boarder
Enum. with Samuel (age 29 b. OH and Mary Steele (age 29 b. PA)
Johnson Quillen 45 b. OH fath MD moth OH plasterer
Lydia A. 36 b. OH fath MD moth OH
Denton D. 13 b. OH
Lumelia 11 b. OH
Allen P. 9 b. OH
Joseph G. 5 b. OH
Narra? D. 1 b. OH
Rebecca Meeks 68 b. OH fath OH moth OH (mother)
James W. Barnhill 23 b. OH fath OH moth OH laborer
Ella N. 20 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Chas Quillen 16 b. OH fath OH moth OH Servant
Salina Quillin 12 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Enum. with Lewis (55 b. VA) and Annie Brumley (49 b. VA)
Syracuse, Sutton TWP
Amos Quillin b. NR OH unk un un m. 16 years
Sarah J. b. Feb 1868 OH age 32 fath ME moth OH 5 of 5 children living
Mollie b. May 1884 OH age 16
Charles b. Aug 1886 OH age 13
Raymond H. b. Aug 1890 OH age 9
Stella b. Feb 1892 OH age 8
Roy b. Mar 1897 OH age 3
George W. Quillin b. Nov 1867 OH age 32 fath OH moth PA m. 5 years
Bridget A. b. Dec 1869 WVA age 30 fath IRE moth OH 2 of 3 children living
Raymond D. b. Jan 1897 OH age 3
Ella C. b. Feb 1899 OH age 1
John W. Quillin b. Jul 1857 OH age 42 fath OH moth WVA m. 17 years
Luetta b. Sep 1865 OH age 34 fath OH moth OH 4 of 6 children living
Arthur M. b. Feb 1884 OH age 16
Raymond M. b. Oct 1892 OH age 7
Gertrude L. b. Aug 1897 OH age 2
Irene b. Feb 1900 OH age 2/12
James H. Quillin b. Jan 1852 OH age 48 fath OH moth WVA m. 10 years
Vienna b. Oct 1869 OH age 30 fath OH moth OH 4 of 4 children living
Harry b. Jan 1889 WVA age 11
Ethel V. b. Sep 1891 WVA age 8
Eva M. b. Oct 1892 WVA age 7
James O. b. Apr 1894 WVA age 6
Claud W. b. Mar 1897 OH age 3
Uriah Quillin b. Nov 1824 OH age 75 fath OH moth un widow
Franklin U. b. Jan 1880 OH age 20 fath OH moth OH
Caroline Hill b. Apr 1864 OH age 36 fath WV moth WV servant
George W Quillin b. Oct 1856 OH age 43 fath WV moth un m. 16 years
Mary J. b. Jan 1854 OH age 36 fath OH moth OH 2 of 4 children living
Alta M. b. May 1885 KS age 15
Lemuel B. O. b. May 1889 Ark age 11
Samuel J. Quillin b. Mar 1868 OH age 32 fath OH moth WV m. 6 years
Mollie V. b. Jul 1877 WVA age 22 fath WV moth WV 3 of 3 children living
Minnie M. b. Nov 1893 OH age 6
Loreta b. Jan 1895 OH age 5
Fred D. b. Jun 1898 OH age 1
William H. Garton b. unk 1842 unk age unk fath un moth un m. 22 years
Mary A. b. Apr 1852 OH age 48 fath OH moth PA
Sarah Quillin (s-in-law) b. Jul 1860 OH age 39 fath OH moth PA 1 of 1 child living
Jessie (niece) b. Feb 1885 OH age 15 fath OH moth OH
Hezakiah Quillin b. Feb 1821 OH age 79 fath MA moth MA m. 11 years
Belle b. Dec 1838 WVA age 62 fath VA moth VA 0 of 2 children living
Manchester Quillin b. Jan 1852 OH age 48 fath OH moth OH m. 26 years
Esther A. b. Jan 1855 OH age 45 fath WV moth OH no children
Charles Quillin b. Nov 1857 OH age 42 fath WV moth OH m. 17 years
Ella b. Apr 1864 OH age 36 fath WV moth OH 2 of 2 children living
Ralph b. Apr 1884 OH age 16
Lawrence b. Mar 1887 OH age 13
Nancy Quillen b. Dec 1826 OH wd. age 73 fath VA moth VA 8 of 9 children living
John A. Quillen b. Oct 1867 OH age 32 fath OH moth OH
Lebonon TWP, Portland PCT
Lewis M. Quillin b. Oct 1874 OH age 25 fath OH moth OH m. 8 years
Luella B. b. Nov 1871 OH age 28 fath WV moth OH
William J.Quillen b. Mar 1852 OH age 48 fath PA moth OH m. 26 yrs
Frances A. b. Oct 1853 OH age 46 fath PA moth OH 4 of 4 children living
Elsie b. Mar 1880 OH age 20
Mattie b. Sep 1883 OH age 16
Capehart, Carl b. Nov 1899 OH age 6/12 fath WVAmoth OH grandson
William C. Quillen b. Nov 1875 OH age 24 fath OH moth OH
Mary b. Oct 1879 OH age 20 fath GER moth OH
Arthur M. Quillen b. Jan 1853 OH age 47 fath OH moth OH widow
Winfield b. Dec 1879 OH age 20 fath OH moth OH
Charles L. b. Oct 1884 OH age 15
Effie M. b. Mar 1887 OH age 13
Bessie J. b. Apr 1890 OH age 10
Edna R. b. Dec 1892 OH age 7
Tappan Quillin b. Nov 1865 OH age 34 fath OH moth OH m. 8 years
Blanch b. Feb 1873 OH age 27 fath OH moth OH 2 of 3 children living
William C. b. Mar 1894 OH age 6
Lureda b. Feb 1898 OH age 2
Harry Stillwell b. Apr 1880 OH age 20 boarder
Deyorman, Thomas b. Jul 1835 OH age 64 fath VA moth VA widowed f-in-law
William D.Quillin b. Sept 1819 OH age 80 fath OH moth OH m. 39 years
Elizabeth b. May 1835 OH age 65 fath OH moth OH 6 of 7 children living
Thompson, Morris C. b. Jul 1893 OH age 6 fath OH moth OH (Grandson)
Milton H. Quillen b. Aug 1875 OH age 24 fath OH moth OH
Enum. With Wm L. and Elizabeth
Jeannetta B. Quillen b. Jun 1856 OH age 44 fath OH moth OH housekeeper
Enum.with William Caldwell age 75 widow
William C. Quillen b. Nov 1855 OH age 44 fath OH moth OH m. 20 years
Ida M. b. Nov 1859 OH age 40 fath OH moth OH 5 of 5 children living
Mirtie G. b. Jan 1879 OH age 21
James G.B. b. Jun 1884 OH age 15
Mary E. b. Jun 1887 OH age 12
Walter V. b. Aug 1891 OH age 8
Effie M. b. Aug 1899 OH age 9/12
Thomas W. Quillen b. Jul 1857 OH age 42 fath OH moth OH m. 17 years
Annetta b. Apr 1863 OH age 37 fath OH moth OH 6 of 6 children living
Maude b. May 1884 OH age 16
Blanch b. Apr 1886 OH age 14
David b. May 1889 OH age 11
Amelia b. Sept 1892 OH age 7
George b. Jan 1895 OH age 5
Millard b. Aug 1898 OH age 1
Wheeler Quillen b. Dec 1848 OH age 51 fath OH moth OH servant
Alexander Quillen b. Mar 1830 70 b. Oh fath MD moth VA m. 5 years Carpenter
Elizabeth b. Nov 1834 65 b. Wales fath Wales moth Wales immigrated 1850
Nathan W. Quillan b. Mar 1860 40 b. OH fath PA moth OH m. 14 years
Almira S. b. Mar 1863 37 b. WVA fath VA moth WVA 2 of 2 children living
Beatrice b. Oct 1887 12 b. PA
George E. b. Aug 1889 10 b. WVA
Clarence b. May 1882 18 b. OH fath OH moth OH
William J. Quillin 56 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 34 years
Fanny 55 b. WV fath PA moth OH 4 of 4 children living
Carl (grandson) 10 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Charles Quillin 52 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 27 years
Ella 46 b. OH fath WV moth OH 2 of 2 children living
Manchester 58 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 36 years
Esther E. 56 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Myrtie (niece) 22 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Enum Marion (65) and Dorothy A. Sharpnack (60)
Isabel Quillin 62 b. WV fath VA moth VA widow
James Quillen 58 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 20 years
Vienna 39 b. OH fath OH moth OH 6 of 7 children living
James O. 16 b. WVA
Claude W. 13 b. OH
Frank S. 6 b. OH
Ernest NR b. OH
Amos Quillen 49 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 26 years
Jennie 42 b. OH fath ME moth OH
Charles 23 b. OH
Herender? 20 b. OH
Stella 18 b. OH
Roy 13 b. OH
Bennie 7 b. OH
Garnet 1 9/12 b. OH fath US moth OH grand-daughter
Sarah A. Quellen 45 b. OH fath US moth OH
Jessie (niece) 25 b. OH fath Wales moth OH
George Quillen 42 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 15 years (2nd marriage)
Agnes B. 40 b. WV fath Ire moth OH 1st marriage, 5 of 8 children living
Dana R. (son) 13 b. OH
Celia L. 11 b. OH
Trek B. 9 b. OH
Edward A. 3 b. OH
Gertrude L. 1 2/12 b. OH
Joseph London 47 b. PA fath Eng moth Eng m. 6 years, 2nd marriage
Mollie 32 b. WV fath WV moth WV 2nd marriage, 5 of 5 children living
Winnie Quillen 16 b. WV fath OH moth WV step-daughter
Loretta 14 b. OH step-daughter
Fred D. 12 b. OH step-son
Annie L. 8 b. OH step-daughter
Joseph C. 6 b. OH step-son
Louis Quillen 44 b. OH fath OH moth OH m. 20 years
Belle 40 b. OH fath OH moth OH 1 of 1 child living
Gladys 4 b. OH
Ralph 26 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Enum. Wm E. Finch 70 b. NJ fath NY moth NY widowed servant
Lewis Quillen 52 OH fath OH moth OH
Luella B. 52 OH fath WV moth WVA
Gladdys 14 OH
Isabelle Quellin 80 WV fath VA moth VA widow
John Quellin 52 OH fath OH moth OH
Florence 48 PA fath Eng moth PA
Russell E. 13 WV
Harold 8 IL
Gaches, James B. 82 Eng fath Eng moth Eng
Widowed f-in-law (immigrate 1845 nat. 1852)
Manchester Quillin 68 OH fath OH moth OH
Esther E. 65 OH fath WV moth OH
Sutton TWP, Syracuse PCT
James H. Quillen 67 OH fath OH moth OH
Vienna U. 48 OH fath OH moth OH
Claude W. 23 OH
Frank U. 16 OH
Ernest L. 12 OH
Amos Quillin 65 OH fath OH moth OH
Sarah J. 52 OH fath OH moth OH
Roy L. 21 OH
Benjamin 16 OH
Howard 7 OH
George W. Quillen 52 OH fath OH moth OH
Agnes B. 50 WV fath Ire moth OH
Edward A. 13 OH
Gertrude L. 11 OH
Lorenzo D. 44 OH fath OH moth OH
Ethel M. 38 OH fath OH moth OH
Dorothy M 18 OH
Franklin U. 16 OH
Arline L. (daughter) 12 OH
Loraine O. 2 11/12 OH
Joseph London 56 PA fath PA moth PH
Mollie 46 WV fath WV moth WV
Fred D. Quillen 21 OH fath OH moth WV step-son
James O. Quillin 26 WV fath OH moth OH
Ruth M 28 WV fath WV moth WV
Claude Quillen 33 b. OH fath OH moth OH 23 at first marriage
Ella 26 b. OH fath OH moth OH 16 at first marrige
Imogene 8 b. OH
Ruth 6 b. OH
Lorenzo Quillen 54 b. OH fath OH moth OH 24 at first marriage
Ethel 48 b. OH fath OH moth OH 18 at first marriage
Loraine 13 b. OH
Juanita 7 b. OH
Helen M. 5 b. OH
Amos Quillen 72 b. OH fath OH moth OH widowed, 21 at first marriage
Benjamin 25 b. OH fath OH moth OH
James H. Quillin 78 b. OH fath OH moth WV 28 at first marriage
Vianna 61 b. OH fath OH moth OH 20 at first marriage
Ernest 21 b. OH 21 at first marriage
Virginia (d-i-law) 19 b. OH 19 at first marriage
Lewis W. Quillen 64 b. OH fath OH moth OH 26 at first marriage
Luella B. 60 b. OH fath WV moth WV 22 at first marriage
Middleport, Salisbury TWP
Jessie Ross 43 b. OH fath OH moth OH 26 at first marriage
Dwight 9 b. OH fath OH moth OH
Betty 2 11/12 b. OH
Sara Quillen 65 b. OH fath OH moth OH widowed mother
Manchester Quillen 78 b. OH fath OH moth OH 22 at first marriage
Alfretta 54 b. OH fath VA moth VA 19 at first marriage
John Quillen 62 b. OH fath OH moth OH 36 at first marriage
Florence 53 b. PA fath Eng moth PA 27 at first marriage
Russel 23 b. WV
Harold 18 b. IL
Charles H. Quillin 42 b. OH fath OH moth OH 27 at first marriage
Bessie 37 b. WV fath OH moth WV 22 at first marriage
Charles 14 b. OH
Evelyn L. 10 b. OH
George 6 b. OH
Luillia 3 b. OH
Anna E. 6/12 b. OH
Walter Wineck? 49 b. OH fath OH moth OH 27 at first marriage
Clara 41 b. OH fath OH moth OH 25 at first marriage
Lillian 13 b. OH
Walter 8 b. OH
Wagner, Lillian 69 b. OH fath OH moth WVA widowed
Veatrice 32 b. OH
1807 Clement Quillen Jefferson County, OH pg. 012, Warren Township Tax List
1808 Clement Quillen Jefferson County, OH pg. 021, Warren Township Tax List
1809 Clement Quillen Jefferson County, OH pg. 009, Warren Township Tax List
Land Book O, page 289, Jefferson Co., OH
Adam QUILLIN & others to William TODD This indenture, made the sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one Thousand eight hundred thirty nine between Adam QUILLIN and Mary his wife, Elihu QUILLIN and Sarah his wife, and Joshua QUILLIN and Rebecca his wife of Harrison County and State of Ohio and Amos QUILLIN and Jane his wife of Jefferson County and State of Ohio of the one part and William TODD of Wellsburgh, Brook Co. and in the State of Virginia of the other party witnessed that the said Adam QUILLIN and his wife Mary, Elihu QUILLIN and Sarah his wife, Joshua QUILLIN and Rebecca his wife, and Amos and his wife Jane for and in the consideration of the sum of four thousand five hundred dollars to them in hand paid the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and forever acquit and discharge the said William TODD, his theirs, executors, and administrators, have granted, bargained, and sold and by their presents do grant, bargain, sell, convey and confirm unto the said William TODD and his heirs or assigns, all the following described tract or parcel Land with the appurtenances situate being and being in the County of Jefferson and State of Ohio aforesaid and is bounded as follows, to wit. Known and designated as part of section number twelve township number five of Range number two, Beginning forsaid land at a stone on the East boundary line of Section corner to Isaiah REEVE thence with the Section line South one hundred and forty seven perches and fourtenths to a sassafras post thence West two hundred and twenty one perches to a locust post corner to Mathias LEVEIN thence North one hundred and forty six perches to a stone, thence East to the place of beginning Containing two hundred and two acres, three of ?????, and twenty perches which section number twelve was conveyed by Isaac Greathouse as Attorney in fact for Nathaniel RANDOLPH and Peter CASEY to John SHRIMPLIN by deed dated the 6th Day of January 1805. and by John SHRIMPLIN Conveyer to Nicholas RILEY by deed dated the 15th day of March 1805 and by Nicholas RILEY and his wife Hannah sold and conveyed to Clement QUILLIN by deed bearing date November 15th 1805. and Adam QUILLIN, Elihu QUILLIN, Joshua QUILLIN and Amos QUILLIN hold and inherited by virtue of the late will and Testament of their father Clement QUILLIN late of Jefferson County aforesaid deceased, all of which by reference to the records of Said County being had will more fully and at large appear. To have and to hold the above described tract of land and premises with the appurtenced to the said William TODD and his heirs and assigns forever and the said Adam QUILLIN and Mary his wife, Elihu QUILLIN and Sarah his wife, Joshua QUILLIN and Rebecca his wife, and Amos QUILLIN and his wife Jane for themselves and their heirs, executors, and administrators do hereby covenant and agree to and with the said William TODD and his heirs and assigns that they the said Adam QUILLIN and Mary his wife, Elihu QUILLIN and Sarah his wife, Joshua QUILLIN and Rebecca his wife and Amos QUILLIN and Jane his wife the above described tract of land and premises to the said William TODD and his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend against all persons and claims whatsoever and testimony where the aforesaid Adam QUILLIN and Mary his wife, Elihu QUILLIN and Sarah his wife, Joshua QUILLIN and Rebecca his wife, and Amos QUILLIN and Jane his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written. In the Presence of: Adam QUILLIN Joseph FRY Mary QUILLIN Daniel ROBINS Elihu QUILLIN Sarah QUILLIN Joshua QUILLIN Sarah QUILLIN Amos QUILLIN Jane QUILLIN
STEUBENVILLE LAND OFFICE 1815: James Madison, President of the United States of America. To all to whom these presents shall come greetings. Know Ye that Joshua Quillen of Jefferson County, Ohio having deposited in the General land office a certificate of the register of the Land Office at Steubenville whereby it appears that full payment has been made for the South East Quarter of section twenty-five of Township Twelve and Range Twelve of the Land directed to be sold at Steubenville by the act of Congress ? an act providing for the Sale of the Land of the United States in the Territory Northwest of the Ohio and above the mouth of Kentucky River and of the Act amendatory of the same There is granted by the United States unto the said Joshua Quillen the Quarter Lot or Section of Land above described To have and to hold the said Quarter lot or Section of Land with the appurtenances unto the said Joshua Quillen, his heirs and Assigns forever, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ In Testimony which I have caused then Letters to be made Patent and the Seal of the General Land Office to be hereunto Affixed given under my hand at the City of Washington the twelvth day of May in the Year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen and of the Independants of the United States of America this ?
By the President James Madison
Josiah Meigs Commisioner of the General Land Office
Name: ELIHU QUILLIN
Land Office: STEUBENVILLE
Document Number: 1727
Total Acres: 86.27
Canceled Document: No
Issue Date: December 1, 1827
Metes and Bounds: No
Statutory Reference: 3 Stat. 566
Multiple Warantee Names: No
Act or Treaty: April 24, 1820
Multiple Patentee Names: No
Entry Classification: Sale-Cash Entries
Land Description: 1 W½SE OHIO RIVER SURVEY No 12 N 7 W 32
The Quillin family came to Pomeroy and Syracuse in the early 1800's. My great-grandfather was Uriah Quillin. He was born November 25, 1824 in Syracuse, and died there April 3, 1902. He is interred there in a very old cemetery; I believe it to the the Quillin Cemetery. He was a carpenter by trade and built the Presbyterian Church. His wives' names were: Martha, who was born November 26, 1830 and died August 3, 1870; Elizabeth, born April 10, 1835, died November 20, 1880, and Ester, born November 25, 1824, died.
Uriah's father is believed to be Amos Quillin, also interred in the same cemetery and born in 1786, died 1858.
Uriah had a son, James H. Quillin, who was my grandfather. He was born January 7, 1852 and died April 8, 1943. He is interred in Letart Falls Cemetery, along with his second wife, Viann Webster Quillin. His first wife, who was my grandmother, was Margaret (Maggie) Biggins Quillin, who was from Watertown, Ohio. Margaret is believed to have been born in 1849 in Ohio. Her parents were George Biggins, born 1809 in Ohio, and Ellen Biggins who was born in Virginia in 1816. Margaret was the youngest of seven children. They are listed in the 1850 census in the Grand Rapids Public Library, Grand Rapids Michigan. The children are: Bravilla Biggins, age 14; Meary A. Biggins, age 12; Sarah Biggins, age 10; Deanna Biggins, age 7; George W. Biggins, age 5; Meanuery Biggins, age 2; Margaret Biggins, age 1 1/2. All of them were born in Ohio.
My father was Harry Quillin, son of James H. Quillen and Margaret Biggins Quillin. Harry had two sisters, Josie Quillin, who was first married to a Fred Darlington, and had three children; Fred Darlington, born September 16, 1902, and now lives in Texas; and twin daughters, Beulah Krantz, who lives in South Charleston, W. Va., and Carmen Grigsby, now deceased. They were born January 14, 1901. Carmen died July 1960. She had one daughter by her second husband (Roach), Margaret Roach EcElhinny and lives at Frame, W.VA. Josie was born 1871, died 1946.
Second sister to Harry was Verna Mae Quillin Youell, born ----, died July, 1960. She was married to John Youell and had one daughter, Molly McClune, who lives in Bridgeport, W.Va.
Third, Harry Quillin, born January 5, 1889, died June 30, 1955, married my mother, Myrtle Frye Quillin, at Charleston, W. Va., in 1911, and had these children: Mable Quillin Sutherland, born 1912, lives in Charleston, W.Va.; James Quillin, born in 1914, lives in West Logan, W.Va.; Robert (Bobby) Quillin, who died very young; Magaline (Toatsie) Quillin, died at age 4 or 5 years; Beulah Quillin, born February 18, 1926, lives at Blair, W.Va.; Jack Quillin, born February 12, 1930, died April 23, 1958, interred in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.; Trudy Quillin Laprade, born September 26, 1932, Chauncey, W.Va.; Phyllis Quillin Maynard, born June 15, 1935, Lyburn, W.Va.
George Amos Quillen was born July 27, 1923 in Middleport, Ohio. He was the son of Charles and Bessie (Batey) Quillen. When he was 5 years old he was playing with dynamite caps and blew 2 fingers from each hand. This did not hamper his career as later he was known for his mechanical skill and ability to work on any year or model of cars. He attended Pomeroy and Middleport Grade Schools. He worked in the coal mines from the age of 16 until he was disabled by a slate fall in the mine. He worked for Peacock Coal Mines and later operated a gas station in Middleport. He contracted black lung and died on Sept. 29, 1985. He is buried in Riverview Cemetery.
Myrtle Davis was born in Diablock, Kentucky on March 26, 1926. She was the daughter of Clarence and Lucy Davis. She was working in a laundry whe she met and married George on Oct. 11, 1943. She still resides in Middleport.
Together they had 7 children:
Besssie – born April 22, 1945. She resides in Middleport. She has 4 children – David, Angie, Dewayne, and J.P. She also has 1 granddaughter, Amber.
Clarence (Buster) Born Dec. 11, 1946. He was hit by a car and was killed on Sept. 8, 1948.
Carolyn – Born March 11, 1948. She married Larry Janey. She has 1 daughter, Tina and 2 grandchildren, Tony and Gwen. She lives in Norwalk, Ohio.
June – born April 11, 1949. She married Ted Stewart and has 1 daughter, Crystal and 2 step children, Eric and Scott. She lives in Mt. Orab, Ohio.
George, Jr., born June 9, 1950 and died June 29, 1950.
Ronnie – born Oct. 29, 1951. He married Joyce Proffitt and has 1 son, Jason. They live in Racine, Ohio.
Tommy – born July 25, 1954. He is not presently married. He lives in Middleport, Ohio and works for Indiana-Michigan Electric Co. on a riverboat.
Lewis Quillen married Luella Belle Miller. They owned a general store on DeWitts Run. They were the parents of one child, Gladys, better known as Gladdy. Gladdy married Wilbur Bissell, eldest son of Hiriam and Frona Bissell. They were the parents of five living children and on stillborn daughter. Their oldest daughter, Kathleen (Kitty) lived with the Quillens. Kitty married Floyd Carnahan. He was in the U.S. Navy six years and is now retired from General Motors, while Kitty operated Carnahan’s Catering out of her home until her retirement. They are the parents of three daughters Connie, Susan and Rebecca. They also raised two foster sons, George and John. Connie is a secretary at the Norwalk Courthouse and married Robert Alms. Bob is a mechanic. They have two children, Brian and Leann. Susan works for the School for Mental Retardation, Norwalk, and is now married to Bernard Aaron, Jr. She has three children from a previous marriage, Tony, Jennifer and Kevin Gahagan. Rebecca (Becky) was a L.P.N. and married David Carpenter who is employed by U.S. Steel in Elyria, Ohio. Becky died in August 1986 after a lingering fight with cancer.
Hayward married Kathleen (Kas) Hayman and they have three children (see Hayward and Kas Bissell Family story).
Howard L. Bissell married Magdalena Metz of Germany. He served in the U.S. Army and now works for Ford Motor Company in Sandusky. They have three sons: Howard W. with the U.S. Army in Germany. He is married to Jodi Beatty. They have one son Howard Elvis. Hayward William is married to Sherry Brown, a factory worker. They have one daughter, Crystal, and reside in Norwalk. Mark is with the U.S. Army stationed in South Carolina. Howard L. was married previously and has a daughter by that marriage, Kathy.
Virginia Bissell Light married Robert Light. He served in the U.S. Marines for two years and is now a supervisor with Norwalk Furniture. Virginia is a nurse’s aide. They have two sons, John and David. David married to Kim Hakes. She is secretary for the Norwalk Prosecutor. David is with the Norwalk Police Department. John works for Norwalk Furniture and is also associated with the Norwalk police department.
Ralph Paul, the youngest, and his wife Karen, live in Norwalk, Ohio. He works at Shelby Globe and has two children Wendy and Ralph by previous marriage.
This is the lineage of the Quillens of DeWitts Run. Belle and Lew spent their long married life on DeWitts Run. She died at the age of 88 and he lived to die on his 98th birthday. Lew was noted for treating all illnesses and injuries with red mud and other home remedies, giving this advice to all who would listen. There is a cave located on the Quillen property where he and his cronies gathered to play poker. It was rumored that this was a selected place to avoid the wrath of his hot tempered wife, Belle. She would call him an “old fool”, wait for him to go to sleep, then relieve him of his winnings.
SYRACUSE, O., Sept. 22, 1899.
EDITOR LEADER:—Being an interested reader of the Log Cabin Department of your paper and seeing that the fire is dying down in that corner, I will try to put on a little fuel, although I will not promise it to be a pine-knot. It will more likely be fuel that will hold fire for some time, doing no good, except to keep up the name.
I was born in Jefferson Co., O., Nov. 25, 1824 and was the seventh of ten children. My father moved to Meigs County in ‘42, and finally settled in Syracuse, which has been my home ever since.
As the subject of log-cabins has been fully discussed in your columns before I will not dwell upon this subject but will give you a description of a flat-boating trip from Steubenville, O., to New Orleans.
It was in March, 1847, that I was requested by a man to accompany him on a trip to New Orleans. He had two large boats, each of which was loaded with 2400 barrels of flour, which was considered a very large load. The wages paid flatboatmen in those days were not very enticing, being but 30 cents a day; but, being a young man, anxious to see a little of the country, I decided to go. One of my elder brothers, William, also decided to go; so it was not lonesome for me.
My brother and I were ordered to report at the landing at Steubenville immediately, to watch the boats, while the captain attended to getting men, supplies, etc., for our trip. At that time there was a small army of “rats” there, as they were generally called, being the men who did nothing but lay around the wharf and steal for a living. The captain gave us special orders to keep these men off the boat. One day three of the biggest of them came on the boat as if they were going to take her, and as soon as my brother saw them he ordered them off. He was a very strong man at the time and afraid of nothing. He ordered them off a second time. They hesitated and quicker than a flash, he jumped at the largest fellow and knocked him clear into the river. The other two took for the shore, fearing the same medicine. In a short time the whole gang was on the bank daring us to come out. They stayed there for hours, waiting for us, but we stayed on “home territory.” After that we had no more ‘‘rats’’ bothering us.
In a few days, having secured the provisions, and the crew, which consisted of 10 men and the captain, we began the trip. The two boats were lashed together, having on each side two oars 45 feet long, .with which we might keep the boats in the channel. This was not very hard to do this trip, as there was a good stage of water. The boats were very heavy and having square ends in them, they were quite hard to handle. There would be five men on a watch and sometimes it would take them two hours to straighten the boats around, when the wind would be blowing and the current running rapidly. This would very seldom occur, and the only other work would be landing in case of storm or when we would run out of provisions. Some days we would not have an hour’s work to do, and never more than four, so that we would have plenty of time to see the country and to take hunts. The river front at that time put up quite a different appearance from what it does today. It was then nothing but a solid mass of timber and underbrush, there being but few towns to change the monotony of the scenery. Here and there you could see a house or barn peeping through the trees, which would keep you thinking that you were still within the bounds of civilization. Now and then an eagle would fly over your head, and a deer could be seen at the water’s edge; but like a ghost, it would disappear as quickly as it came. Sometimes we would take the small boat, row to shore, and with our guns, secure a mess of squirrels in a few minutes, but we could never get sight of the deer as we had not the time to move cautiously. Then we would row after the boats and have a mess of fresh meat fro supper. This would be a great treat and change from the regular bill of fare, which consisted of bread, beans, pork, potatoes and coffee. We took a large number of chickens with us but they failed to last long. We also had plenty of eggs when we started but these soon played out and when we got on the Mississippi and tried to buy some we were only asked 50 cents per dozen; so we did without them.
Speaking of our eating reminds me of an incident that occurred on this trip which I never will forget. There was a bully on the boats who was always boasting that he was the best man aboard and was always making it as miserable as possible for the rest. He, by the way, was formerly one of the “rats” before spoken of. One day we were sitting at the table eating and I asked for the bread. Beside his plate was a large piece of crust, the corner of a loaf of bread which was six inches high and about 18 inches square on the bottom, and which had been hollowed out by the captain at the first table. This he picked up and pitched across the table to me. Taking it as an insult I caught it in my hand, drew back and with all my might I let it go at him, striking him square between the eyes and knocking him backwards from the table, which was almost upset by his feet flying up. At this the crew went wild with laughter, while he gathered himself up to “lick” me. Seeing the odds were against him he decided to tell the captain his troubles and have me put off the boats, but I saw him first and when I told him, instead of putting me off, he joined the laugh. The fellow could then go no farther. After that he was as good a friend as I had on the trip.
One afternoon when just above Cincinnati, we were forced into shore by a storm and had to tie up. We had not been there long until we heard the barking of hounds out in the hills, and we knew they were after a deer. We listened to the chasing for some time and finally we could tell that it was on the front hill and making for the river just above us. My chum and I jumped in a skiff, and being good barsmen, we made good head-way against the current. We had not gone far until the deer gave a big jump ahead of us. We immediately “put on full steam” and when we got up to it, it was in the middle of the river. I was in the front oar-locks and when we got even with it I jumped up and hit it across the neck with one of the oars and disabled it. We, with much effort, hauled it into the skiff, and then I cut its throat. Just as this was done the men with the hounds appeared on the bank and claimed the deer. They wanted the hide and we wanted some venison, so we compromised, we taking the two hams, and giving them the remainder. This was excellent meat. All the boys immediately became enthusiastic and wished to kill a deer. For several days after this, whenever a snag was sighted in the river, there would be a scramble for the skiff to go to it, thinking that it might be a deer. They were fooled this way almost a half dozen times. They were just like a person who has been badly scared with a snake and who imagines every sound he hears is made by a snake coming after him.
We had several severe storms on the Ohio, which delayed us considerably. One beautiful moonlight April night we were floating along on the Mississippi in the shadows of the willows and everything was wrapped in silence, save the muffled oar of the pilot. Most all of the men were sleeping. In fact, nature seemed to be asleep. Presently a gentle breeze began to rock and swerve from their course. Still the wind increased. Nature, which but a few minutes before seemed asleep, now apparently aroused herself from her reverie, and, like a lion awakened from its lair, came forth with all her fury. The waves now rolled over one another in their wild fury and the boats, being lashed together, beat against one another with such violence that it was apparent to all that something must be done or they would both sink. Every man on the boat was awakened and brought to his post of duty. I yelled for an ax with which to cut the lashing that joined the two boats. Finally it was found and I, on my hands and knees, crawled over the deck to the lashing and separated them. Then all of us were kept busy keeping the boats apart. Finally, there was a lull in the wind and we were able to get to shore, but not until the boats had been so badly damaged that it took four days of hard work to repair them. This was the hardest storm that I was ever in while out in the river. Just a few days after this there was the hardest storm on the Mississippi that was ever known, but we luckily got landed before it began. Hundreds of boats were sunk in this, and many lives were lost. Wreckage filled the river for miles. Produce boats could be seen standing on end in some places, leaning up against trees, and sticking out of wreckage. Coal boats were sunk by the score and thousands of bushels of coal were lost. Never before did my eyes witness such a scene of havoc.
Not long after this I took my gun, got in the skiff and rowed to shore, where there was a flock of geese, which I supposed were wild. While I was rowing along the shore a man appeared on the scene and informed me that they were tame geese, hatched from wild goose eggs, and that they were owned by a man near by. We had a short conversation and he asked me if he might go down the river with us for about 25 miles. I told him it was against orders to bring any man aboard, but he said he would make it all right with the captain if I only would take him aboard, so I took him in. We rowed down the river after the boats and I observed that there was considerable cord-wood in the river. “Yes,” he said, “I just lost 1000 cords last night by the bank caving off.” We talked on and he asked me where I was from, I told him Ohio. He said: “The squirrels are so bad here that we have to have a man hired to go out every morning and shoot them and scare them away to the woods. This man did this work. One morning he went out to the field and was going along as usual through the corn when suddenly he heard something that sounded somewhat louder than squirrels’ noise. He stopped and listened for a minute and then went sneaking up to it. When he had gotten within a few rods of it he could see some big monster standing up on his hind feet with arms outstretched taking in two rows of corn at a time. For a moment he was paralyzed with fear, then he dropped his gun and struck for the house with all his speed. When he got to the house he fell into the door breathless. As soon as he could speak he told us what he saw and I called thirty of my dogs, (I have just sixty hounds and feed them every day just 40 gallons of mush) and started out after the monster, which, of course, was a bear. When we got there, there was old bruin walking around the gun, just as if he owned the plantation and was guarding it. The dogs pounced down upon him and ran him to a tree which he climbed. I went over and shot him and soon the dogs treed another one. This one I shot. We went a little farther and a young cub was sighted in a tree and we got him, making three bears within an hour. We went back to the house then, hitched up to the wagon and went after them.” I enjoyed the conversation very much and was very glad that I had taken him in. The story of the hounds pleased me very much, as I was then very found of sport. He was a wealthy man and very good natured. He was very welcome on the boats, as he entertained the whole crowd with such as the above.
No person could in those days travel the Mississippi without being struck with the wonderful clearness and lightness of the air. There were scarcely any clearings along the banks to interrupt the sound waves, which traveled up the river like through a smooth tunnel. This can best be told by relating an incident that occurred one morning, as we were floating along. It was a beautiful morning, the sun shone brightly, the air seemed to be lit up with a brilliancy which added luster to the scenery. We were sitting out on the forward deck basking in the beautiful Spring sunshine. In the distance, which we all agreed was five miles away, we could see two negroes down on the shore.
Presently we heard them quarreling and could distinguish between them talking. One was working at a shed and the other was doing nothing. We could hear the former say, “Come on, here nigger. If you don’t, I’ll tell massa.” The latter never moved and said nothing. Presently the first said, “I’ll bet you’ll move,” and he started off to tell the master. In a few minutes back he came followed by the master. We were then about two miles away. We could hear every word that was said. The master ordered the second negro to pull his shirt and the first one to tie him to one of the posts of the shed. This was done. The master stepped back and with his 14 feet lash cut the negro one across the back. The lash writhed and hissed in the air and then it would crack on the poor fellow’s back like a shot-gun and simultaneously he would give a yell. The blows were about two minutes apart. We counted them, there were thirty. Every lick brought the blood. When we got even with them the negro was red with blood. Still he continued to apply the lash. Every yell of the poor fellow grew fainter. Finally he fell, his life blood having ebbed almost away. Such a revolting scene of cruelty forever set me against slavery.
We arrived in New Orleans about the last of May. Having lain at Steubenville for three weeks before starting, it took us just about six weeks to make the trip. The actual number of days on which we floated was 23. This trip was one of the fastest ever made.
We stayed on the boats at New Orleans for about three weeks and then took passage for home. At that time there was lively competition between the old Yorktown and Champion, both running from New Orleans to Cincinnati. The fare for deck-passage on these boats to Cincinnati was $9. This did not include meals. Being several of us, we got reduced rates on the Champion, costing us $7. There was an event took place on this trip that I shall never forget. The two boats left the wharf at about the same time. Being of about equal speed they kept very close together only when one would be hailed in to take on freight. Just below Louisville they were running along quite near each other, but the Yorktown was ahead of us. T he river at this point was quite wide, and our pilot decided to take the inside and pass her. Full steam was turned on and we began to split the water, and it was plain to be seen that we were going to pass her. Every one aboard of each boat was excited. The Yorktown being ahead of us made swells that rolled completely over our guards. I with many others, was in the pilot house. The pilot was so anxious that he leaned over the wheel and every muscle in his body seemed strained. Soon we were by her side. A bend was just ahead. Our pilot saw his chance and cut across. The pilot of the Yorktown, seeing that he had lost the race, wheeled his boat around and started right for us, intending to break us in two. Everyone saw the move. Several of us jumped out of the pilot house, ran back to the stern, and watched her tear past our wheel, missing it about nine inches. The dramatic part of the scene was yet to appear. The captain of our boat ordered that she slow up and run up alongside the other. This she did. Both captains by this time had their revolvers out, on the hurricane roof and as the boats came together they stood there within three or four feet of one another, with pistols drawn. This dramatic scene lasted for several minutes, while both actors gave their gentle speeches. Finally our captain was quieted down, and the curtain dropped. This performance was witnessed by a large audience, there being 100 passengers on the Champion and 300 on the Yorktown.
From Cincinnati I came home to Syracuse on the old Messenger the fare being 50 cents.
[A good letter, for which we are certainly very grateful. The letter is full of readable incidents and we should be pleased to have a little more fuel from the same source.—ED.]
Quillin, Joshua m: Bowles, Rebecca 8 Mar 1827 Harrison Co
Quillan, Elihu m: Phillips, Eleanor Ann 7 Jan 1841 Harrison Co
Quillan, Amos m: Johnston, Mary 14 Dec 1844 Harrison Co
Quillan, Nancy m: Jones, Samuel 9 Aug 1844 Harrison Co
Quillan, Jane W. m: Willis, Amos H. 6 Aug 1850 Harrison Co
Quillan, Lucinda m: Rogers, Thomas 11 Aug 1850 Harrison Co
Quillan, Mary m: Arnold, John 29 Aug 1850 Harrison Co
Quillan, Mary m: Brown, John 1 Dec 1850 Harrison Co
Quillan, Sarah Ann m: Edwards, Richard 7 Mar 1850 Harrison Co
Quillan, Thomas J. m: Dennis, Rachel 25 Nov 1847 Harrison Co
Quillan, William m: Bell, Abby 15 Aug 1850 Harrison Co
Quillen, Rachel m: Cochran, Rice 8 Jul 1835 Harrison Co
Quillen, Adam m: Richards, Nancy 5 Sep 1850 Tuscarawas Co
Quillen, Alexander m: Smith, Nancy 17 Nov 1850 Tuscarawas Co
Quillen, Charles B. m: Stevenson, Sarah J. 22 Nov 1849 Tuscarawas Co
Quillan, Rachel m: Frazier, William 18 Aug 1807 Jefferson Co
Quillen, Joshua m: Man, Martha 4 Jul 1811 Jefferson Co
Quillin, James m: Clancy, Elizabeth 7 Dec 1837 Jefferson Co
Qullen, Lemuel m: Bucy, Helen 27 Oct 1842 Jefferson Co
Quillen, Alexander m: McKinley, Esther 5 Nov 1816 Columbiana Co
Quillin, John m: Morfoot, Sarah 7 Jun 1821 Columbiana Co
Quillan, Elizabeth m: Covert, Hiram 31 Dec 1846 Montgomery Co
Quillin, Polly m: Yount, Samuel 15 Apr 1819 Montgomery Co
Quillin, Elizabeth m: Brown, John 29 Nov 1808 Belmont Co
Quillen, Hannah M. m: Lawson, John 10 Sep 1829 Scioto Co
Quillan, Andrew M. m: Millard, Elizabeth 8 Oct 1839 Hamilton Co
Quillan, Hannah m: McMillen, George W. 1 May 1828 Clermont Co
Quillen, Adam H. m: Nancy Ann Battin 24 Jun 1851 Harrison Co
Quillen, Elihue m: Sarah Cree 28 Apr 1836 Harrison Co
Quillen, Elihue m: Jean Baker 26 May 1806 Jefferson Co
Quillen, David m: Jane Wilkins 13 Mar 1884 Harrison Co
Quillen, Joshua M. m: Rachel Steadman 28 May 1868 Harrison Co
Quillen, Hesekiah m: Sally Harpold 24 May 1849 Meigs Co
Quillen, Jacob m: Sally Rouse 29 Jul 1846 Meigs Co
Quillen, Stinson m:Urcellis Milhorn 8 Mar 1842 Harrison Co
Quillin, Dorothy A. m: Francis M. Sharpnack 26 Nov 1871
Ethel (18) m: Abllean Moore (21) 30 Sep 1908
Sarah J. m: John E. Roberts 1 May 1874
Manchester m: Esther A. Hayman 18 Feb 1874
L. W. (Lewis) m: Luella B. Miller 18 Dec 1891
Jessie (26) m: Verne C. Ross (26) 22 Oct 1913
Fannie m: James Ammon McBride 20 Jun 1872
George m: Mary Jane Wise 24 Dec 1889
Maud F. m: C. Fordyce Geyer 25 Dec 1897
Minnie (17) m: George Hood (22) 4 Mar 1911
Jennie W. m: John S. Sayre 15 Mar 1877
D.E. m: Bertha Sayre 23 Oct 1898
Lillie E. m: Henry Wagner 19 Oct 1879
Mary M. m: William Pascoe 29 Jun 1871
Eva M. (16) m: Walter Wood (23) 15 Dec 1908
Jane m: Michael Bentz 24 May 1868
Quillin, Alta Mae (18) m: Dana McBride (25) 1 Jun 1902
Barbara A. m: William P. Smith 26 May 1881
Charles W. m: Ella E. Lee 29 Apr 1883
Mary Virginia m: Henry Bentz 10 Jan 1869
Hannah C. m: Henry F. Bartels 13 Nov 1876
Hannah m: Alexander Crook 22 Sept 1845
Lemuel m: Anna Jenkins 6 Sep 1874
Amos m: Jane Hilton 1 Feb 1884
William J. m: Fannie Foresinger 11 Jul 1875
William H. m: Louisa L. Lawrey 24 Sep 1883
William C. (24) m:Mary Meier (21) 25 Jan 1900
Arthur U. (21) m: Bertha Snowball (18) 3 May 1905
Book C Isaac Quillan m: Mary Frances Berry 1862 Page 121
Book D James Quillen m: Maggie Biggins 1880 Page 511
Book E John Quillen m: Martha Ogle 1881 Page 52
Book E John W. Quillen m: Luette Everitt 1882 Page 148
Book E George W. Quillen m: Mary J. Williston 1884 Page 224
Quillen, Alexander m: Elizabeth Waters 20 Oct 1895
Anna m: Willie P. Roush 22 Jul 1895
Eva G. m: Ernest M. Roush 8 Dec 1895
George W. m: Bridget Donovan 11 Sep 1894
Harriet Lura m: Robert Milroy Yeager 29 Mar 1893
Hezekiah m: Belle B. Slack 10 Apr 18889
Mattie C. m: George R. Barton 13 Oct 1880
Molley m: Joseph London 25 Nov 1903
Nathan Webster m: Almira S. Zerkle 24 Nov 1886
Sadie N. m: Willie P. Roush 20 Oct 1882
Samuel J. m: Mary Hall 30 Sep 1893
Vinnie m: Charles W. Roush 24 Dec 1893
Quillin, Birdie Lelia m: Dorsey Lee Rickard 9 Aug 1899
Clarence H. m: Lizzie K. Johnson 17 May 1906
George Emerson m: Frieda Marie Allinder 25 Mar 1911
Mattie m: Carl W. Genhelmer 3 Sept 1906
Olivia m: Elmore Roush 9 Jul 1885
O’neal F. m: Lillian R. Fields 29 Aug 1914
William Sherman m: Lenna Hall 13 Mar 1893
Quillon, Eleanor m: Charles H. Selby 26 Mar 1868
Luker, William. Admin of, to Thomas Quillen and wife Catherine, late Catherine Lukers admr's bond dated Aug 20, 1793. arch. vol A85, pg 177
Clement Quillen witnessed the will of Parker Hudson prob. 4 Feb 1789
Griffin, Oliver will made 6 Apr 1789. Heirs sons Oliver and John Griffin; daus. Elizabeth Griffin and Rhoda Quillen (wife of Joseph) Prob. 6 Aug 1790
Quillen, Thomas.Admin. of, to Joseph Quillen, bro. March 23, 1799. Arch. vol. A41, page 244. Reg. of Wills, Liber N, folio 229
Quillen, Joseph.Admin. of, to Elizabeth Quillen. Dec. 11, 1781. Reg. of Wills, Liber L, folio 230.
Quillen, Thomas.Admin. of, to Samuel Quillen. Dec. 14, 1777. Reg. of Wills, Liber L, folio 197.
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Alexander, 93
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Barbary, 42, 93
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Benjamin, 93, 217
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Clement, 204
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Elizabeth, 93, 334, 438
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), John, 273, 478, 531
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Joseph, 93, 204, 334, 531, 550
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Lydia, 93
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Martha, 225, 531
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Mary, 204, 209, 478
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Priscilla, 531
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Samuel, 315
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Sarah, 93, 273, 307
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Susanna, 141, 204
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Teague, 93
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Thomas, 93, 315, 550
Quillen (Quilling, Queling, Queilling), Thomas, Jr., 93
Mary V Quillen Female 31 January 1977
Bessie M Quillen Female 02 January 1980 06 October 1892 West Virginia
George A Quillen Male 29 September 1985 27 July 1923 Ohio
Ernest E Quillen Male 21 October 1986 14 June 1908 Ohio
Raymond Eugene Quillen Male 13 June 1995 01 April 1936 Meigs County, Ohio
George Hood Male 26 June 1995 08 December 1915 Meigs County, Ohio
Ella Quillin Female 29 September 1995 13 October 1903 Meigs County, Ohio
Thomas R Quillen Male 24 March 1996 26 July 1954 Meigs County, Ohio
Donald L Moore Male 27 January 1998 09 December 1926 Meigs County, Ohio
Charles W Moore Male 29 January 1998 05 January 1925 Meigs County, Ohio
Dwight Eugene Ross Male 22 October 1998 07 January 1921 Meigs County, Ohio
Luella B. Quillen Female March 12, 1958
Oneal F. Quillin Male October 11, 1965
Claude W. Quillin Male March 22, 1967
John W. Quillen and Rebecca Lawson were married in 1814, Scott County, VA. There children were Anderson C, Martin Bird, Thomas H, James H, Henry, Polly, Ira, Nancy B and Jackson L. There is a book out on the Lawson family titled "William Lawson, A Scottish Rebel". If you desire more info contact BILL PORTER, PO BOX 1901, COEBURN, VA 24230 - PHONE 276-395-6288 - EMAIL: email@example.com
I'm looking for the parentage and descendants of Charles B. Quillen b. 1822 OH, m. Sarah J. Stevenson 22 Nov 1849 in Tuscarawas Co., OH.
I am searching for info an the parents of Peter Quillen b June 14,1810 De or Md He Had a twin Brother ,Robert and their graves are in Bethal Mariners Cemetery Ocean View De. Thank you
Researching Stinson Quillan m Urcellia Milhom 8 Mar 1842 Harrison County. His son John M. Quillin b 14 Oct 1858 d 16 Sep 1938 m Mary E. b 13 Aug 1852 d 23 Jan 1937. Her father listed as Jefferson Quillin Mother Rachael Dennis. Both John M. and Mary E. buried East Avenue Cemetery, New Philadelphia, OH. Can anyone help with where Stinson came from and who his father/mother were?
February 1806-August 1810
Joseph Quillen, the orphan of John Quillen, about 15 years of age bound to Joseph Tubbs. To be taught the art of a cordwainer. October Court 1786.
General Will Book File #328, Jefferson County, Ohio
In the name of God, Amen.
I, Clement QUILLEN of Jefferson County, state of Ohio, being. sick and .weak in body but sound in mind and memory, do make this my last will and testament. That is to say; that I first resign my soul to God who gave it. I secondly allow my body to be decently interred. I next allow my executors to pay all my lawful debts, provided my estate is worth the same. I now bequest to my four sons now living the whole of my landed property on which I now reside, to be equally divided anymore than my son Amos is to have his part off that land where he now lives. I also bequeath to my daughter Rachel at the decease of her mother, two hundred dollars. I also bequeath to my granddaughter Aria QUILLEN, at the decease of her grandmother, also two hundred dollars and the horse she now has named for her. Furthermore, I allow my sons above-mentioned to make up to my daughter Rachel and my granddaughter Aria QUILLEN the above-mentioned legacies out of the land, provided my chattled property will not amount for the same. And lastly, I bequeath the land and property that I now am in possession of, to my wife Hannah, as long as she lives, to enjoy it peaceably as she formerly has done. And, after her decease, my sons within mentioned, to inherit and divide my property as within mentioned. In witness hereof, I have affixed my hand and seal this tenth day of September, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six.
Witnesses present. his
William JOHNSTON Clement QUILLEN
John LEWIS his mark
WILL: Will Book C, page 558, Harrison Co., OH. Will of Joshua Quillen, Deceased
I, Joshua Quillen of the County of Harrison and state of Ohio, in the name of the Benevolent Father of all do make and publish this my last will and testament in manner and form as follows:
Item 1st: It is my will that my funeral expenses and all my just debts be fully paid.
Item 2nd: I give and devise unto my sons James Quillen and Amos Quillen five dollars each.
Item 3rd: I give and devise the remainder of my estate both real and personal to be divided equally between my daughters to wit, Jane Willis, Nancy Latham, Mary A. Quillen, and my son Joshua Quillen (I.E.) that is one fourth part to each one.
Item 4th: It is my desire that my estate both personal and real be sold at my decease and divided as above directed.
Item 5th: I hereby nominate and appoint John Watt executor of this my last will and testament hereby authorizing and empowering him to execute the same by executing, acknowledging, and delivering deeds in fee simple to purchasers of my real estate. In Testimony hereof I have set my hand and seal this fifth of October A.D. 1871. Joshua Quillen. Whereas I, Joshua Quillen, on the 5th day of October in the year 1871, made my last will and testament of that day do hereby declare the following to be a codicil to the above. Now I hereby appoint James Latham and his heirs as agents for my daughter Mary A. Quillen to take care of her person and provide for her every respect during her natural life. Also to take charge of all her moneys and effects of every description which I have set apart for her use and also all that may hereafter come to her by my said executors all moneys by me bequeathed to her and receipt for the same, and said agents are hereby authorized to control the same by converting aid moneys.
Syracuse. April 7 – Uriah Quillin was born in Jefferson county, Ohio, Nov. 24, 1824, died at Syracuse, O., April 3, 1902, aged 77 years 4 months and 9 days. When a young man he came with his parents to Syracuse where he has since resided. In 1848 he was married to Miss Martha Capehart and to this union were born eight children, Lemuel, of North Branch, Minn, James Quillen, Mrs. Fannie McBride, John and George Quillin, Mrs. Lillie Wagner, of Wellston, O., William and Samuel Quillin. In 1872 he was married to Miss Esther E. Phelps, of Letart, and to this union were born two children, Loren Quillin, of Dayton, O., and Frank Quillen, of Marietta. He was again married to Miss Elizabeth McCoy of Letart, in 1884. While yet a boy he was converted and became a member of the M.E. church, ever since which he has endeavored to lead a true christian life. He was a ship and house carpenter by trade. About a year ago he had a very severe spell of sickness and his friends despaired of his recovery, but his iron constitution triumphed and he recovered but not completely. Eleven days before his death disease again wracked his body and he put forth a heroic effort to rally but, his constitution was gone and he yielded to the inevitable. His death was sudden, but triumphant. He was conscious to the last and knew that life was ebbing away. Oft’ times during the last night that he lived he repeated the Lord’s prayer, and in his last moments he said: “Jesus lover of my soul let me to thy bosom fly.” The funeral took place Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Presbyterian church conducted by Rev. Brady after which the remains were laid to rest in the Quillin cemetery. Pomeroy Tribune Telegraph
Austin C. Quillen, 91, dies Monday at7:30 p.m. at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Bernice Phillips, RD 2, Port Washington, where he made his home for the past four years. He was born July 14, 1868 in Harrison Co., the son of Joshua and Rachel Steadman Quillen, but spent nearly all his life in Tuscarawas Co. He was twice married. His first wife, Icy Mitchell, died in 1906 and his second wife, Nancy Shipley died in 1937. He attended Community Chapel Church and was a retired farmer. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Mae Dunlap of Uhrichsville, and Mrs. Phillips; three sons O.B. of Uhrichsville; William and Howard of RD 1, Newcomerstown; a brother Craig of RD 1, Kimbolton; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Brelsford, Coschocton; Mrs. Nettie Deal of Newcomerstown, and Mrs. Olive Vecker, address uknown; 14 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. Two sons, two brothers and three sisters are deceased. Services will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Community Chapel Church with Rev. Norman J. Nightingale and Rev. Roy Maneely officiating. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today and Wednesday at the Ourant Funeral Home in Newcomerstown. The body will be removed to the church an hour before services.
KINSMAN – Frank A. McBride, Sr., 86, Kinsman, well-known outdoorsman, died at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at his home, following a year’s illness.
He had made a hobby of training and taming fox pups. Until a few years ago, he had been tramping the woodlands in the Kinsman area with binoculars, movie and still cameras studying and recording fox-lore facts for about 15 years.
McBride had been associated with the Fox and Fox Hound Protective Assn. for many years and had been one of the six national directors of the association for a long time.
Born Oct. 13, 1878 in Syracuse, Ohio, he was the son of James Amon and Frances Quillen McBride. On June 2, 1915 he married Hazel Johnson, who survives.
A resident here 42 years, he was a self-employed interior and exterior decorator, retiring in 1945.
He was a member of the First Methodist Church.
Besides his wife, he leaves two daughters, Mrs. Kathryn George of Rochester, N.Y., Mrs. Mabel Davis of Evans City, Pa.; two sons, Frank Jr. and Stanley E. of Kinsman; a brother, Donald McBride of Huston, Pa.; nine grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. A sister preceded him in death.
Services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the McCurdy Funeral Home. Burial will be in Kinsman Cemetery.
Friends may call at the funeral home any time after 3 p.m. today.
Arrangements are being made by the Baumgardner Funeral Homer.
C.M. QUILLEN DIES FRIDAY. Rites for Prominant Farmer Sunday. Charles M. Quillen, 62, prominent farmer who resided eight miles south of Newcomerstown, died at his home at 2:30 p.m. yesterday of a complication of diseases. He was born May 6, 1870, the son of the late Joshua and Rachel Quillen, and was a member of the Wesley Chapel church.
Surviving are his widow, Rachel; one daughter, Mrs. Howard Wheeler, Newcomerstown, and one granddaughter; three brothers, Craig, residing south of Newcomerstown, Austin, and Frank, also residing south of Newcomerstown, and five sisters, Mrs. Erwin Brewer, Wesley Chapel vicinity; Mrs. Nettie Beal and Mrs. Ormond King, both of Newcomerstown; Mrs. Ollie Hunter and Mrs. Elizabeth Bradford, both of Cochocton. Funeral services will be held at the Wesley Chapel church at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow. Burial will be made in the Chapel Cemetery.
Adam Quillen Veteran N.O.P. Death Hastened by Gangrene Prominant Here Ran For Sheriff Several Times. Adam H. Quillen, 73, prominent retired Northern Ohio Power & LIght Company motorman, died at 8:45 a.m. today at the family residence at 222 Second Street, SW., this city of gangrene of the right leg caused by hardening of the arteries. Mr. Quillen became ill seven weeks ago. A clot of blood that lodged in the main artery of his leg back of his knee two weeks ago, shut off the circulation of the limb.
Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Sarah J. Quillen, one son Eugene J, Quillen, this city; a daughter , Mrs. Jerry Shryock, West Layfayette, and a brother, Oscar Quillen, Newcomerstown.
Mr. Quillen was born June 28 1858 in Harrison Co.. He was a member of Equity Lodge No.73, Knights of Pythias, this city, and the N.O.P. & L. Pioneers, comprised of trainmen that were employed by that company. Mr. Quillen also was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, this city.
He had been a resident of this city for thirty-seven years.
Mr Quillen worked for the traction company twenty years and was retired on pension, August 31, 1923. He was also active in Republican politics, having been a candidate for sheriff several times.
Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m., Friday at the residence. Rev. Paul H. McKeeswill officiate. Burial will be made in East Avenue Cemetery, this city, by the Linn-Hert Company.
Jackson Quillen, 69, retired railroad foreman and a resident of Uhrichasville for forty-seven years, died at his home in East First Street, that city, at 11:30 a.m. today of a complication of diseases.
He was a member of the Jr. O.U.A.M. and of the Methodist Church. Surviving are his widow and two daughters, Mrs. F.W. McClelland and Mrs. A. T. Patterson, both of Uhrichsville.
Funeral arrangements, in charge of R. K. Lindsay, Dennison mortician, have not been made.
ANDREW JACKSON QUILLEN
One of the oldest citizens of this vicinity, Andrew Jackson Quillen died suddenly Monday, May 19, while sitting in his favorite chair at the home of his son O. A. Quillen of Booth. He had always enjoyed good health and his sudden demise came as a surprise to all who know him. Just a few minutes before his death, he had been walking about apparently in his usual good health.
Andrew Jackson Quillen was born July 19th, 1829, near Freeport, and had reached the advanced age of 89 years and 10 months. He was married in 1852to Catherine Anne Williams, who bore him three sons and on daughter, A.H. Quillen of New Philadelphia, Tuscarawas Co., OH, O.A. Quillen of Booth, Rev. Ezra C. Clinton (deceased) and Mrs. Mary C. Wilson of Uhrichsville. He is survived by 18 grandchildren.
The wife died about 11 years ago, since which time the aged man has made his home with his son, O.A. Quillen, except the last four years when he spent part of his time at his daughter's home in Uhrichsville.
He is the last of a family of 15 children, ten of whom has passed away before the aged mother was called. Funeral services will be held today, Wednesday at2:30 p.m. at People's Church, conducted by W.H. Suddeth.
SYRACUSE MAN IS HEMORRHAGE VICTIM
Amos Q. Crooks, 81 years of age former resident of Syracuse, died January 22nd, from a cerebral hemorrhage at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Irene McGrew of New Haven, W.VA.
The deceased was widely known by miners and orchardists of Meigs county. He leaves to mourn his death one daughter Irene, two grandchildren, one brother Alex of Syracuse, and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were in charge of the Foglesong Funeral Home of Mason City and interment was made at Graham Station, W.VA.
Lydia Mabel Crooks, the youngest daughter of Alexander and Jennie Crooks, was born at Syracuse, Ohio, August 8, 1907, and was called from this world of suffering and sorrow to join him who gave her, together with a brother, Wednesday, November 9, 1910, after a short illness of one week and one day, aged 3 years, 3 months and 1 day. She leaves father, mother, brother, and five sisters to mourn the loss of a darling. Little Lydia was a great favorite at home and with every one that saw her. None knew her but to love her. She was idolized by her parents, brother and sisters, who will sadly miss her, and ‘tis so hard to realize that a light and life from their home has fled. Her sweet presence has gone from earth forever. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the residence, conducted by Rev. Chandler after which the remains were laid to rest in the Crooks cemetery. The pall bearers were Misses Emma McDaniel, Lucille Karr, Jessie Turley and Helen Thomas.
This lovely bud so young and fair,
Called hence by early doom,
Just came to show how sweet a flower,
In Paradise would bloom.
Ere sin could harm or sorrow fade,
Death came with friendly care,
The opening bud to heaven conveyed,
And bade it blossom there.
Youell, Mrs. Mae Quillin – 76, of Kincaid, died Tuesday of injuries she received in an automobile accident at Fernandina Beach, Fla. A native of Ohio, Mrs. Youell had lived in Kincaid for the past 50 years and was a member of Beards Fork Methodist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Molly McClung of Bridgeport; a half siter, Mrs. Eva Amrentrout of Raymond City; a half brother, Claude Quillin of Syracuse, Ohio, and a grandson, David McClung of Bridgeport. Service will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in B.C. Hooper Funeral Home chapel at Montgomery by Rev. Charles D. Walker. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park at London. The body is at the funeral home. 7-31-60
Wreck Kills State Woman In Florida
CALLAHAN, Fla. – A second victim of a one-car crash near here Monday died yesterday afternoon. She was Mrs. May Youell, 75, of Kincaid, Fayette County, West Virginia.
Two other occupants of the car, including a South Charleston woman, were in “very serious” condition after the wreck but today were reported “a little better.”
The South Charleston woman is Mrs. Beulah Krantz, of 4820 Kanawha Turnpike. Her twin sister, Mrs. Carmen Grigsby, 59, of Canfield, Ohio, died in the car crash.
The fourth occupant of the car, now in Humphrey’s Memorial Hospital at Fernandina Beach, Fla., with Mrs. Krantz, is Mrs. Susan Hungel, 59, of Youngstown, Ohio.
Mrs. Krantz was driving the car that left U.S. 301 near here Monday night during a heavy rain, went over a 280-foot embankment and struck two trees.
Mrs. Youell was the aunt of the twin sisters.
Mrs. Eva May Armentrout, 78, of Poca Rt. 1, a member of the Raymond City Community church, died Thursday at Thomas Memorial Hospital after a long illness.
Survivors: sons, Virgil Woods of Raymond City, Raymond Woods of Hampton, Va., Walter Woods of Hometown, Bruce Armentrout of Raymond City; daughters, Mrs. Juanita L?? and Mrs. Cecilia Shaffeur of Raymond City; brother, Ernest Quillen fo Syracuse, Ohio.
The Gatens Funeral Home are in charge of the arrangements.
George W. Armentrout, 69, of Poca, a retired miner, died last night in a Charleston Hospital after a long illness. The body is at Gatens Funeral Home.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Eva Armstrong; two sons, George E. of Portsmouth, Va, and Bruce of Poca; three stepsons, Virgil Woods of Poca, Walter Woods of Hometown and Raymond Woods of Newport News, Va; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Juanita Lewis and Mrs. Cecelia Lacy of Poca; a sister, Mrs. J. D. Thurbon of Oak Hill, 16 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
BLAIR - Mrs. Myrtle Frye Quillin, 86, of Blair, Logan County died Sunday in Logan General Hospital.
Surviving: son, James Quillen, of West Logan; daughters, Mrs. Trudy Laprave of Chauncey, Mrs. Phyllis Maynard of Lyburn, Mrs. Mable Sutherland of Charleston, Miss Beulah Quillin of Blair.
Service will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Blair Baptist Church with Rev. L. A. Laprave officiating. Burial will be in Boone Memorial Park, Madison.
Friends may call at the home of Ezra Browning of Blair after 4 p.m. today. Hunter and Hunter Funeral Home of Madison is in charge of arrangements.
Service for Mr. Quillan, 66, of Blair, Logan County, who died Thursday at his home after a two-year illness, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Blair Baptist Church. Burial will be in Madison Memorial Park under the direction of Hunter and Hunter Mortuary of Madison. The body will be taken from the Mortuary to the residence at 5 p.m. today.
Surviving are his wife, Myrtle; two sons, James of Blair and Jack of Arlington, Va; five daughters, Mrs. Mable Sutherland of Huntington, Mrs. Ellen Burgess of Blair, Mrs. Trudy Lee of Man, and Mrs. Phyllis Burgess and Miss Eula Quillan, both of Stollings; a sister, Mrs. Mae Youell of Spring Hill and 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Quillan was a retired miner and a member of UMWA.
PT. PLEASANT—Walter William Crooks, since 1905 bridge foreman for the New York Central railroad died suddenly of a heart attack while at his employment at Somerville, W.Va., yesterday. Mr. Crooks was a widely known resident of Mason county and was born at Greer in 1884.
He is survived by his widow, Ada Carson Crooks, a son, Walter R. Crooks, of Middleport, and two daughters, Mrs. D.W. Rothgeb, Pt. Pleasant, and Mrs. J. Oral Eads, Hendersonville, Pa. Also surviving are a brother, John Crooks, local, and two sisters, Mrs. Homer H. Smith, local, and Mrs. D.D. Foreman, Bucyrus.
Funeral services will be held at two o’clock Friday at the Heights E.U.B. church with burial in the Suncrest cemetery.
Beech Grove Cemetery
Sec 42 Lot 15 O. L. Quillen (no dates)
Ella C. Wolf Quillen (mother of R. Quillen)
Sec 46 Lot 46 Fannie Quillen 1853-1938
Elsie Quillen 1880-1965
Plants Cemetery, Letart TWP
Quillin, Sarah: 5/1/1832 - 5/5/1888 wife of Hezekiah
Hezekiah: 2/17/1821 - 9/9/1908
Augusta: 9/31/1871 - 8/17/1888
Sand Hill Cemetery
Quillen, L. Belle: 1869 - 1958
Lewis W: 1865 - 1963
Letart Falls Cemetery
Harry Hershel Smith Jan 8, 1895-Aug 4,1921
Claude W. Quillen 1897-1967
N.W. Quillen no dates
Lillie L. (wife of N.W.) 1861-1886
Ella S. (wife of N.W.) 1863-1905
Harry H. Smith 1895-1921
Quillen, Jacob: 1818-1889 Nancy (wife of Jacob): 1826-1902
Bentz, Henry: 1847-1911 Mary V. Quillin: 1847-19(blank)
James Henry Quillen 1852-1946 Vienna Webster Quillen 1869-1943
W.P. Smith 1859-1943 Barbara (wife of W.P.) 1861-19(blank)
Ralph D. Quillen 1884-1941 Quillin, Lizzie Bell: 1861-1886 (wife of N.W.)
Ella E. Lee Quillin 1864 - 1929 Chas. W. Quillin 1857 - 1929
Quillin, Manchester 1852-1925 Esther Hayman Quillin 1855-1924
Sharpnack, Francis Marion: 1849-1921
Dorothy Ann Quillen: 1849-1923
Quillen, John A: 1867/1948
Norris, Myrtie Quillen: 1884/1948
Redmond Norris: 1885/1961
Crooks Cemetery – Syracuse Village
Alex Crooks (baby)
Mola Quillen (wife of George)
Amos Quillen (baby)
William Crooks d. July 26, 1870 aged 81 yrs 6 mo 5 days (grandfather)
Elner Crooks d. Feb 15, 1877 aged 82 yrs 10 mo 27 days (grandmother)
George Quillen (baby)
? Crooks d. Apr 13, 1883 aged 20 yrs 6 mo
Mary Boyd d. Jun 7, 1874 aged 29/9/20
Alex Boyd d. 1870
Alexander Crooks d. May 8, 1870 aged 46 yrs 3 mo 5 days (father)
Hannah Crooks d. Apr 15 1875 aged 49 (mother)
Lyda Crooks d. Dec 24, 1871 aged 22 yrs 1 mo 1 day
Lyda Bucy d. June 14, 1874 aged 21 yrs 11 mo 9 days
? Crooks d. 1904
Lydia M. Crooks
Quillen, George A: 1923/1985
Myrtle Davis Quillen: 1926 -
George Jr: 6/9/1950 - 6/29/1950
Joseph Jr: 1913/1968
Thomas R: 7/26/1954 - 3/24/1960
Quillen Cemetery - Syracuse Village
Quillen, Amos d. 1858 aged 72-8-11
Jane Quillen d. 5-21-1872 aged 75-11-6
Quillin, N. W: (no dates)
Lizzie L: 1861/1886
Ella S: 1863/1905
Kelsie Quillen 10-7-1891-12-7-1891, dau of J.W. and L.E. Quillen
Quillen, Uriah: 11/25/1824 - 4/3/1902 Martha: 11/26/1830 - 8/3/1870
Esther: 11/25/1842 - 11/25/1884 Elizabeth: 4/10/1835 - 11/20/1897
Syracuse Hill (Snowball Hill)
Annetta Carrell Moore b. 7/21/1920 d. 7/30/1920
Arthur Lawrence Hood b. 8/14/1921 d. 6/19/1921
Gerald Maxwell Moore b. 12/5/1909 d. 5/15/1921
William W. Capehart d. Apr 26, 1894 aged 28 yrs 10 mo 6 days
Hannah M. Capehart 1841-1937 John P. Capehart 1832-1903
Absalene Moore b. Sep 16, 1887 d. Feb 23, 1966
Ethel D. Moore b. Sep 7, 1890 d. Feb 18, 1946
Lorenzo D. Quillin 1875-1934 Ethel M. Quillen 1881-1958
Franklin U. Quillin 1903-1942
New Alexandria Cemetery
Quillin, Lemuel: d. 4/5/1866
Ellen Bucy Quillin: d. 8/7/1886
Graham Baptist Cemetery – New Haven
Alexander Quillen 1830-1923
Elizabeth (his wife) 1835-1922
Wilbur Roush 1870-1948
Vena Quillin Roush 1867-1936
Anna L. Roush 1872-1954
W.P. Roush 1860-1936
James O. Quillen d. Sept 17, 1929 Ohio Corp 16 INF 1 Div. WWI
Bert E. Capehart d. Sept 21, 1937 Mich PVT L. Cl. 116 INF 29 Div
Eliza (his wife) d. 1894 aged 57-8-28
Elizabeth Katherine Quillen Mar 4, 1887-Jun 21, 1983
Sarah Jane (Booth) Johnson d. Oct 22, 1948
Franklin W. Quillen Oct 23, 1908-Mar 14, 1988
Oneal F. Quillen 1894-1965
Lillian Russell Quillen Feb 6, 1894-Mar 12, 1954
Wm S. Quillen Sept 6, 1865-May 29, 1957 (son of Uriah)
Capehart Cemetery – New Haven
George P. Capehart d. 1886 age 46-6-17 (son of Henry and Mary Hogg Capehart)
Martha A. his wf. Oct. 28, 1840-Jan 3, 1914 (dau. Samuel Jamison and Mary Chamberlain Somerville)
Capehart, Martha June 1841-1864 (1st wf of G.P. Capehart)
Lee, Mary A. Aug 30, 1868-Mar. 18, 1938 (dau. of G. P. and Martha Ann Capehart)
Lee, Ellsworth Oct. 31, 1867-Aug. 9, 1938
Lee, Norman Ellsworth (son) June 3, 1894-Oct. 4, 1918 CO. D. 72nd Regt
Capehart, Mary Lou (stillborn – Feb 1, 1931) dau. of Lawrence and Thelma Smith Capehart
Henry Capehart 1800-Oct. 10, 1881 (son of Philip and Jane Windon Capehart)
Capehart, Mary M., wf of Henry, Aug 20, 1811-Mr. 9, 1890
Capehart, James Henry Feb 24, 1842-Aug. 29, 1880 (son of Henry and Mary)
Orilla, wf of James H, dau. of Noah Zerkle Aug. 31, 1842-Sept. 19, 1924
Capehart, Sarah F. Aug. 7, 1865-Jun 7, 1897 (dau. of James H.)
Capehart, Belle Marie b. & d. 1893 dau. Lewis T. & Victoria Graham Capehart
Capehart, James Robert Aug. 21, 1869-Nov 9, 1939 (son of James H.)
Sarah 1865-1897 wf of James R.
Capehart, John T. Oct. 17, 1871-Nov. 11, 1919 (son of James H.)
Capehart, Charles C. June 27, 1874-Oct. 30, 1929 (son of James H.)
Vetia (Vevia) wf. of C. C. 1878-1923
Roggers, Rozetta Dec. 19, 1854, age 21 yrs (dau. of Nehemiah and Sarah)
Roggers, Margaret June 14, 1854, age 16 yrs (dau. of Nehemiah and Sarah)
Roggers, Sarah 1804-Dec. 12, 1854 (dau. of Philip & Jane W. Capehart)
Capehart, Thomas G. 1853-1931 (son of Henry and Mary Hogg Capehart)
Capehart, Margaret M. 1860-1944 (wife of Thomas G.)
Capehart, Percy M., dau. of Margaret and Thomas b. July 27, 1877 d. Feb. 19, 1887
Quillen, Elizabeth Waters 1835-1922 dau. of Thomas Jones; b. England
Ella Jane Lutton 1873-1946 Samuel Lutton 1869-1919
Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS (QUILLANE)1 QUILLEN was born 1710 in MARYLAND.
Children of THOMAS (QUILLANE) QUILLEN are:
2. i. CLEMENT2 QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1745, MARYLAND; d. 1835, JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wells TWP).
3. ii. DANIEL QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1756 - 1760; d. Bet. 1830 - 1840, res. HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
Generation No. 2
2. CLEMENT2 QUILLEN (THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Abt. 1745 in MARYLAND, and died 1835 in JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wells TWP). He married HANNAH QUILLEN*. She was born Abt. 1755, and died Aft. 1830 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wells TWP).
Children of CLEMENT QUILLEN and HANNAH QUILLEN* are:
4. i. ADAM3 QUILLEN, b. 3 Oct 1782, MARYLAND; d. 31 Mar 1864, HARRISON CO, OH.
5. ii. JOSHUA QUILLEN, b. 1784, DELAWARE; d. Aft. 1871, res. HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport).
6. iii. AMOS QUILLEN, b. 1786, MARYLAND; d. 29 Nov 1855, MEIGS CO, OH (Sutton TWP).
7. iv. ELIHU I. QUILLEN, b. 1790, MARYLAND; d. Bet. 1860 - 1870, HARRISON CO, OH.
8. v. RACHEL QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1795 - 1804.
3. DANIEL2 QUILLEN (THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Bet. 1756 - 1760, and died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP). He married WIFE OF DANIEL QUILLEN Abt. 1784 in DELAWARE. She was born Bet. 1766 - 1770, and died Bet. 1830 - 1840 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
Children of DANIEL QUILLEN and WIFE QUILLEN are:
i. DAUGHTER 13 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1785 - 1790.
ii. DAUGHTER 2 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1791 - 1800.
iii. DAUGHTER 3 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1795 - 1800.
9. iv. THOMAS QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1795 - 1800, KENT CO, DE.
10. v. JOHN QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1805 - 1810, KENT CO, DE; d. Aft. 1850, res. HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
Generation No. 3
4. ADAM3 QUILLEN (CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 3 Oct 1782 in MARYLAND, and died 31 Mar 1864 in HARRISON CO, OH. He married MARY HARPER 25 Jul 1811 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She was born 1790 in OHIO, and died 26 Jan 1876 in HARRISON CO, OH.
Children of ADAM QUILLEN and MARY HARPER are:
11. i. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 QUILLEN, b. 1813, VIRGINIA; d. Bet. 1850 - 1860, HARRISON CO, OH.
12. ii. STINSON QUILLEN, b. 18 Dec 1819, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 26 Oct 1886, GUERNSEY CO, OH.
13. iii. CHARLES B. QUILLEN, b. 1822, HARRISON CO, OH.
iv. LUCINDA QUILLEN, b. 1825, JEFFERSON CO, OH; m. THOMAS ROGERS, 11 Aug 1850, HARRISON CO, OH.
14. v. ALEXANDER QUILLEN, b. 1828, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. Aft. 1860, res. HARRISON CO, OH.
15. vi. ANDREW JACKSON QUILLEN, b. 19 Jul 1829, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 19 May 1919, GUERNSEY CO, OH.
16. vii. ADAM H. QUILLEN, b. 1 Jun 1831, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 14 Mar 1873, CARROLL CO, MO (Bogard).
viii. GRIFFITH QUILLEN, b. 1834, HARRISON CO, OH.
ix. RACHEL QUILLEN, b. 1836, HARRISON CO, OH.
x. HARRIET QUILLEN, b. 1841, HARRISON CO, OH.
5. JOSHUA3 QUILLEN (CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1784 in DELAWARE, and died Aft. 1871 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport). He married REBECCA BOWLES 8 Mar 1827 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1805 in IRELAND, and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport).
Children of JOSHUA QUILLEN and REBECCA BOWLES are:
i. JANE W.4 QUILLEN, b. 1828, HARRISON CO, OH; m. AMOS H. WILLIS, 6 Aug 1850, HARRISON CO, OH.
ii. JAMES B. QUILLEN, b. 1829, HARRISON CO, OH.
iii. AMOS QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1831, HARRISON CO, OH.
iv. NANCY QUILLEN, b. 1833, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 1921; m. JAMES M. LATHAM, 21 Jan 1862, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 5 Nov 1903.
v. MARY A. QUILLEN, b. 4 Sep 1834, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 26 Aug 1899, HARRISON CO, OH.
vi. MARGARET E. QUILLEN, b. 1837, HARRISON CO, OH; d. Mar 1866, HARRISON CO, OH.
17. vii. JOSHUA M. QUILLEN, b. 3 Mar 1843, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 7 May 1925, GUERNSEY CO, OH (Monroe TWP).
6. AMOS3 QUILLEN (CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1786 in MARYLAND, and died 29 Nov 1855 in MEIGS CO, OH (Sutton TWP). He married JANE WEBSTER 26 Aug 1813 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She was born 15 Jun 1796 in PENNSYLVANIA, and died Aft. 1870 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
Children of AMOS QUILLEN and JANE WEBSTER are:
18. i. JACOB4 QUILLEN, b. Sep 1818, OHIO; d. 13 Aug 1899, MEIGS CO, OH.
19. ii. JOSHUA QUILLEN, b. 1818, OHIO; d. 17 Feb 1897, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
20. iii. WILLIAM DAVIS QUILLEN, b. 16 Sep 1819, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 11 Feb 1910, JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wayne TWP).
21. iv. LEMUEL QUILLEN, b. 1820, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 1866, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
22. v. HEZAKIAH QUILLEN, b. 17 Feb 1821, OHIO; d. 9 Sep 1908, MEIGS CO, OH.
23. vi. FRANKLIN URIAH QUILLEN, b. 25 Nov 1824, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 3 Apr 1902, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
24. vii. HANNAH QUILLEN, b. 1826, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1850, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
25. viii. MARY JANE QUILLEN, b. 1828, OHIO.
26. ix. ALEXANDER JOHN QUILLEN, b. 1830, OHIO; d. Aft. 1880, res. MASON CO, WV (New Haven).
7. ELIHU I.3 QUILLEN (CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1790 in MARYLAND, and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in HARRISON CO, OH. He married (1) ELIZA ANN QUILLEN*. She was born 1792 in NEW JERSEY. He married (2) JEAN BAKER 26 May 1806 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She died Bef. Sep 1850 in HARRISON CO, OH. He married (3) SARAH RICE 28 Apr 1836 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 27 Mar 1796 in WASHINGTON CO, PA, and died 5 Feb 1883 in HARRISON CO, OH.
Children of ELIHU QUILLEN and JEAN BAKER are:
27. i. ELIHU4 QUILLEN, b. 1810, HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport TWP); d. Bef. 1880, res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. ADAM QUILLEN, b. 1814, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. JAMES ADAM QUILLEN, b. 6 Oct 1816, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 7 Aug 1906, HOLMES CO, OH.
28. iv. DAVID QUILLEN, b. 1819, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 1875.
v. MATILDA QUILLEN, b. 1825, HARRISON CO, OH.
vi. MARY J. QUILLEN, b. 1827, HARRISON CO, OH.
vii. ISACC QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1829.
8. RACHEL3 QUILLEN (CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Bet. 1795 - 1804. She married (1) WILLIAM FRAZIER 18 Aug 1807 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She married (2) RICE COCHRAN 8 Jul 1835 in HARRISON CO, OH.
Child of RACHEL QUILLEN and RICE COCHRAN is:
i. ARIA4 QUILLEN.
9. THOMAS3 QUILLEN (DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Bet. 1795 - 1800 in KENT CO, DE. He married WIFE OF THOMAS QUILLEN Abt. 1816. She was born Bet. 1795 - 1800.
Children of THOMAS QUILLEN and WIFE QUILLEN are:
i. DAUGHTER 14 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1816 - 1820.
ii. SON 1 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1816 - 1820.
iii. DAUGHTER 2 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1821 - 1825.
iv. SON 2 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1826 - 1830.
v. SON 3 QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1826 - 1830.
10. JOHN3 QUILLEN (DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Bet. 1805 - 1810 in KENT CO, DE, and died Aft. 1850 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP). He married (1) REBECCA JOHNSTON 7 Oct 1829 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1812 in OHIO, and died 27 Aug 1880 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married (2) DEBORAH BALDERSON 5 Dec 1857.
Children of JOHN QUILLEN and REBECCA JOHNSTON are:
29. i. WILLIAM4 QUILLEN, b. 1828, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP); d. 14 Sep 1904, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
ii. MARY QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1832, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
iii. JAMES QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1835, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
iv. JOHNSON QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1836, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP); m. LYDIA ANN BELL, 16 Aug 1860, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
v. DAUGHTER QUILLEN, b. Bet. 1836 - 1840, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
30. vi. THOMAS H. QUILLEN, b. Jan 1837, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP); d. Oct 1912, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
vii. MARTHA M. QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1838, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP); m. GEORGE W. SHULL, 23 Oct 1856, HARRISON CO, OH.
viii. JOHN QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1840, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
ix. MARTIN QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1841, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
x. ELIZA J. QUILLEN, b. 1842, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
xi. JOSIAH QUILLEN, b. 20 Jul 1843, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP); d. 11 Aug 1920, ASTABULA CO, OH; m. (1) ELIZABETH MARGARET FERRELL, 6 Oct 1864, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; m. (2) HARRIET EMMA HARRIS, 9 Jul 1871, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
xii. MARIA QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1846, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
31. xiii. SAMUEL QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1849, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
32. xiv. GEORGE A. QUILLEN, b. 1850, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
xv. ALBERT QUILLEN, b. 1852, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
Generation No. 4
11. THOMAS JEFFERSON4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1813 in VIRGINIA, and died Bet. 1850 - 1860 in HARRISON CO, OH. He married RACHEL DENNIS 25 Nov 1847 in OHIO. She was born 1825 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1870 in res. HARRISON CO, OH.
Children of THOMAS QUILLEN and RACHEL DENNIS are:
i. HARRISON5 QUILLEN, b. 1849, HARRISON CO, OH.
ii. REBECCA J. QUILLEN, b. 1851, HARRISON CO, OH.
iii. MARY QUILLEN, b. 1853, HARRISON CO, OH.
iv. ELEANOR QUILLEN, b. 1855, HARRISON CO, OH.
12. STINSON4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 18 Dec 1819 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 26 Oct 1886 in GUERNSEY CO, OH. He married URSULA MELBURN 3 Mar 1842 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1822 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1870 in res. HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport TWP).
Children of STINSON QUILLEN and URSULA MELBURN are:
i. HESTER A.5 QUILLEN, b. 1844, HARRISON CO, OH.
ii. HARRIET QUILLEN, b. 1847, HARRISON CO, OH.
iii. CHARLOTTE L. QUILLEN, b. 1850, HARRISON CO, OH.
iv. CHARLOTTE J. QUILLEN, b. 1852, HARRISON CO, OH.
33. v. JOHN M. QUILLEN, b. 14 Oct 1858, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 16 Sep 1938, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
13. CHARLES B.4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1822 in HARRISON CO, OH. He married SARAH JANE STEVENSON 22 Nov 1849 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She was born 1822 in MARYLAND.
Children of CHARLES QUILLEN and SARAH STEVENSON are:
i. SOPHRONIA5 QUILLEN, b. 1850, OHI.
ii. C. F. QUILLEN, b. 1858, OHIO.
14. ALEXANDER4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1828 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died Aft. 1860 in res. HARRISON CO, OH. He married NANCY SMITH 17 Nov 1850 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She was born 1834 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1860 in res. HARRISON CO, OH.
Children of ALEXANDER QUILLEN and NANCY SMITH are:
i. T. H.5 QUILLEN, b. 1852, HARRISON CO, OH.
ii. JEFFERSON QUILLEN, b. 1854, HARRISON CO, OH.
iii. JONATHAN H. QUILLEN, b. 1856, HARRISON CO, OH.
iv. C. J. QUILLEN, b. 1858, HARRISON CO, OH.
15. ANDREW JACKSON4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 19 Jul 1829 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 19 May 1919 in GUERNSEY CO, OH. He married CATHARINE ANN WILLIAMS, SMITH 25 Jul 1852 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She was born Dec 1826 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH, and died 16 Apr 1908 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Children of ANDREW QUILLEN and CATHARINE WILLIAMS are:
34. i. EZRA CLINTON5 QUILLEN, REV, b. 4 May 1856, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 25 Feb 1911, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
35. ii. ADAM HARPER QUILLEN, b. 28 Jun 1858, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 17 Jun 1931, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
36. iii. OSCAR A. QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1861, OHIO; d. 21 Sep 1951.
iv. MARY B. QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1864, OHIO.
v. MARY C. QUILLEN, b. 1876, GUERNSEY CO, OH; d. 10 Mar 1922, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; m. JESS WILSON.
16. ADAM H.4 QUILLEN (ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1 Jun 1831 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 14 Mar 1873 in CARROLL CO, MO (Bogard). He married NANCY RICHARDS 5 Sep 1850 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She was born 18 Apr 1831 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died Aft. 1870 in res. CARROLL CO, MO.
Children of ADAM QUILLEN and NANCY RICHARDS are:
i. WILLIAM5 QUILLEN, b. 1852, INDIANA.
ii. THEOPHILUS (THEODORE) QUILLEN, b. 1853, INDIANA.
iii. TOLBERT QUILLEN, b. 24 Sep 1854, INDIANA; d. 8 Jul 1923.
iv. LAVINA QUILLEN, b. 1858, MARION CO, IA; m. WILLIAM L. PATTIE, 24 Dec 1876, CARROLL CO, MO.
v. LINCOLN QUILLEN, b. 1860, IOWA.
vi. LEWIS QUILLEN, b. 10 May 1862, MARION CO, IA (Columbia); d. 6 Aug 1950, JOHNSON CO, MO; m. LAURA J. DUNSTON, 15 Oct 1884, CARROLL CO, MO; b. 22 Aug 1864, CHRISTIAN CO, IL; d. 18 Mar 1947, JOHNSON CO, MO.
vii. HARRIET S. QUILLEN, b. 12 Mar 1866, CARROLL CO, MO; d. 3 Mar 1899, CARROLL CO, MO; m. GEORGE RILEY DUNSTON, 12 Aug 1885, CARROLL CO, MO; b. 1861, ILLINOIS.
17. JOSHUA M.4 QUILLEN (JOSHUA3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 3 Mar 1843 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 7 May 1925 in GUERNSEY CO, OH (Monroe TWP). He married RACHEL ANN STEADMAN 28 May 1868 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 22 Feb 1848 in OHIO.
Children of JOSHUA QUILLEN and RACHEL STEADMAN are:
i. AUSTIN CLARK5 QUILLEN, b. 14 Jul 1868, HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport TWP); d. 25 Jan 1960, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; m. (1) ICY MITCHELL; d. 1906, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; m. (2) NANCY SHIPLEY; d. 1937, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
ii. CHARLES M. QUILLEN, b. 6 May 1870, HARRISON CO, OH; d. 21 Apr 1933, GUERNSEY CO, OH (Monroe TWP); m. RACHEL STOFER; b. 25 Dec 1874, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1933, res. GUERNSEY CO, OH.
iii. CRAIG QUILLEN.
iv. FRANK QUILLEN.
18. JACOB4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Sep 1818 in OHIO, and died 13 Aug 1899 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married NANCY ROUSH 29 Jul 1846 in MEIGS CO, OH, daughter of MICHAEL ROUSH and MARY WEAVER. She was born 24 Dec 1826 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 25 Dec 1902 in MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of JACOB QUILLEN and NANCY ROUSH are:
i. MARY V.5 QUILLEN, b. 16 Sep 1847, MEIGS CO, OH; m. HENRY BENTZ, 10 Jan 1869, MEIGS CO, OH; b. 6 Feb 1847.
ii. DOROTHY A. QUILLEN, b. 23 Oct 1849, OHIO; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH (Letart TWP); m. MARION SHARPNACK; b. 1845; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH (Letart TWP).
iii. SARAH JANE QUILLEN, b. 12 Jun 1852, OHIO.
iv. WILLIAM HENRY QUILLEN, b. 23 Nov 1854, OHIO; m. LOUISA LETITIA LOWERY, 24 Sep 1883, MEIGS CO, OH.
37. v. CHARLES W. QUILLEN, b. 8 Nov 1856, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH (Letart TWP).
vi. NATHAN WEBSTER QUILLEN, b. 12 Mar 1859, MEIGS CO, OH; m. (1) ELIZABETH (LIZZIE) BELL, 12 Jan 1881; b. 1861; d. 1886; m. (2) ELLA S. QUILLEN*, Aft. 1886; b. 1863; d. 1905.
vii. EMMA QUILLEN, b. Oct 1863, MEIGS CO, OH.
viii. DERASTUS E. QUILLEN, b. 27 May 1865, MEIGS CO, OH.
38. ix. JOHN A. QUILLEN, b. 11 Oct 1867, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1920, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
19. JOSHUA4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1818 in OHIO, and died 17 Feb 1897 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse). He married NANCY CROOKS 26 Jul 1842 in MEIGS CO, OH. She was born 3 Nov 1817 in WASHINGTON CO, OH, and died 3 Nov 1891 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
Children of JOSHUA QUILLEN and NANCY CROOKS are:
i. JOSHUA5 QUILLEN.
ii. ELEANOR J. QUILLEN, b. 1843, OHIO.
iii. MARY ANN QUILLEN, b. 1849, OHIO.
39. iv. WILLIAM J. QUILLEN, b. Mar 1852, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy).
40. v. AMOS QUILLEN, b. 1857, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1930, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
vi. SARAH QUILLEN, b. 1854, MEIGS CO, OH.
20. WILLIAM DAVIS4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 16 Sep 1819 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 11 Feb 1910 in JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wayne TWP). He married (1) LYDIA QUILLEN* Abt. 1848 in OHIO. She was born 1821 in OHIO, and died Bet. 1860 - 1870 in OHIO. He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH HANLIN 25 Aug 1863 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She was born May 1835 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1900 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH (Wayne TWP).
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and LYDIA QUILLEN* are:
i. WHEELER5 QUILLEN, b. Dec 1848, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. Aft. 1920, res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
41. ii. ARTHUR M. QUILLEN, b. Jan 1853, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. Aft. 1920, res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. SARAH QUILLEN, b. 1854, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and MARY HANLIN are:
iv. AMBROSE HOWARD5 QUILLEN, b. 1863, OHIO.
42. v. TAPPEN THEODORE QUILLEN, b. Nov 1865, OHIO; d. 16 Jan 1927, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
vi. LINNE E. QUILLEN, b. 1868, OHIO; m. FRANK MCGREW.
vii. CLARA M. QUILLEN, b. 1870, OHIO; m. CHILDS.
viii. ORVAL P. QUILLEN, b. 1872, OHIO.
ix. FRANK W. QUILLEN, b. 29 Sep 1874, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 28 Apr 1944, CUYAHOGA CO, OH; m. KATHERINE COLE, 25 Dec 1899, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; b. 25 Jan 1876, HARRISON CO, OH.
21. LEMUEL4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1820 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 1866 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. He married ELLENOR (HELEN) BUCY 27 Oct 1842 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She was born 1816 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1870 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH (Cross Creek).
Children of LEMUEL QUILLEN and ELLENOR BUCY are:
i. GEORGE W.5 QUILLEN, b. 1843, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. ELLEN J. QUILLEN, b. 1845, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. ALEXANDER QUILLEN, b. 1849, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iv. JOHN QUILLEN, b. 1852, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
43. v. WILLIAM C. QUILLEN, b. Nov 1855, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 1922.
44. vi. THOMAS W. QUILLEN, b. Jul 1857, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. Aft. 1900, res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
vii. MARY E. QUILLEN, b. 1859, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
22. HEZAKIAH4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 17 Feb 1821 in OHIO, and died 9 Sep 1908 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married (1) SARAH (SALLY) HARPOLD 24 May 1849 in MEIGS CO, OH, daughter of ADAM HARPOLD and DOROTHY ROUSH. She was born 1 May 1832 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Bet. 1880 - 1889 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married (2) ISABELLE (BELLE) QUILLEN* 1889 in OHIO. She was born Dec 1838 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died Aft. 1920 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of HEZAKIAH QUILLEN and SARAH HARPOLD are:
i. JANE5 QUILLEN, b. May 1850, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 1930.
ii. MANCHESTER QUILLEN, b. 18 Jan 1852, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 1 May 1935, MEIGS CO, OH; m. (1) ALFRETTA QUILLEN*; b. 1876, OHIO; m. (2) ESTHER A. HAYMAN, 18 Feb 1874, MEIGS CO, OH; b. 29 Jan 1855, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 1924.
iii. EMILY QUILLEN, b. 29 Aug 1854, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. MARGARET QUILLEN, b. 1858, MEIGS CO, OH.
v. BARBARA ANN QUILLEN, b. 1861, MEIGS CO, OH.
45. vi. LEWIS W. QUILLEN, b. Oct 1866, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1930, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
vii. AUSTIN QUILLEN, b. 23 Jan 1870, MEIGS CO, OH.
viii. AUGUSTA QUILLEN, b. 3 Sep 1871, MEIGS CO, OH.
23. FRANKLIN URIAH4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 25 Nov 1824 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse), and died 3 Apr 1902 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse). He married (1) MARTHA CAPEHART 16 Jun 1848 in MEIGS CO, OH, daughter of HENRY CAPEHART and MARY HOGG. She was born 26 Nov 1830 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 3 Aug 1870 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse). He married (2) ESTHER (HESTER) PHELPS 22 Feb 1872. She was born 25 Nov 1842 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died 25 Nov 1884. He married (3) ELIZABETH MCCOY 17 Aug 1888. She was born 10 Apr 1835, and died 20 Nov 1897.
Children of FRANKLIN QUILLEN and MARTHA CAPEHART are:
46. i. LEMUEL ABNER5 QUILLEN, b. 12 Jun 1849, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 30 Mar 1925, ST. PAUL, MN.
47. ii. JAMES HENRY QUILLEN, b. 17 Jan 1852, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 8 Apr 1946, MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy).
48. iii. FRANCES (FAY) OLIVIA QUILLEN, b. 27 Feb 1853, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 5 Apr 1944, WASHINGTON CO, PA.
49. iv. JOHN W. QUILLEN, b. Jul 1857, MEIGS CO, OH.
50. v. GEORGE W. QUILLEN, b. Oct 1856, MEIGS CO, OH.
51. vi. LILLIAN E. QUILLEN, b. 1862, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 27 Sep 1944, HAMILTON CO, OH.
52. vii. WILLIAM S. QUILLEN, b. Sep 1865, MEIGS CO, OH.
53. viii. SAMUEL J. QUILLEN, b. Mar 1868, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Bef. 1904, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of FRANKLIN QUILLEN and ESTHER PHELPS are:
ix. ANNA LEE5 QUILLEN.
54. x. LORENZO QUILLEN, b. 1876, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. Aft. 1920, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
xi. FRANKLIN (FRANCIS) U. QUILLEN, JR, b. 10 Jan 1880, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 3 Oct 1943, OHIO.
24. HANNAH4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1826 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1850 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. She married ALEXANDER CROOKS 22 Sep 1845 in MEIGS CO, OH. He was born 1825 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1850 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of HANNAH QUILLEN and ALEXANDER CROOKS are:
i. MARY J.5 CROOKS, b. 1847, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. SARAH CATHERINE CROOKS, b. 1849, MEIGS CO, OH.
25. MARY JANE4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1828 in OHIO. She married CHARLES BUCY.
Children of MARY QUILLEN and CHARLES BUCY are:
i. ALEXANDER5 BUCY.
ii. JANE BUCY.
26. ALEXANDER JOHN4 QUILLEN (AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1830 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1880 in res. MASON CO, WV (New Haven). He married ELIZA M. CAPEHART 10 Nov 1853 in MEIGS CO, OH, daughter of HENRY CAPEHART and MARY HOGG. She was born 1837 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 4 Aug 1894.
Children of ALEXANDER QUILLEN and ELIZA CAPEHART are:
i. MARY5 QUILLEN, b. 1855, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. JANE QUILLEN, b. 26 Oct 1855, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 28 Oct 1930; m. JOHN SAYRE, 15 Mar 1877, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. HANNAH QUILLEN, b. 1858, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. MARTHA QUILLEN, b. 1861, MEIGS CO, OH.
v. SARAH QUILLEN, b. 1863, MEIGS CO, OH.
vi. OLIVIA QUILLEN, b. 1865, MEIGS CO, OH.
vii. VENIA QUILLEN, b. 1868, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven).
viii. HATTIE QUILLEN, b. 1870, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven).
ix. ANNA LEE QUILLEN, b. 15 Dec 1872, MEIGS CO, OH.
x. EVA QUILLEN, b. 2 Oct 1874.
xi. BIRD QUILLEN, b. 1879, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven).
27. ELIHU4 QUILLEN (ELIHU I.3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1810 in HARRISON CO, OH (Freeport TWP), and died Bef. 1880 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH. He married ELEANOR ANN PHILLIPS 7 Jan 1841 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1820 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1880 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
Child of ELIHU QUILLEN and ELEANOR PHILLIPS is:
i. ISACC5 QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1836.
28. DAVID4 QUILLEN (ELIHU I.3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1819 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 1875. He married JANE WILKINS 13 Mar 1844 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1826 in OHIO.
Child of DAVID QUILLEN and JANE WILKINS is:
i. AMANDA J.5 QUILLEN, b. 1848, HARRISON CO, OH.
29. WILLIAM4 QUILLEN (JOHN3, DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1828 in HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP), and died 14 Sep 1904 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married ABIGAIL BELLE 15 Aug 1850 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 17 May 1825 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 9 Oct 1901 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and ABIGAIL BELLE are:
i. ELIZABETH5 QUILLEN, b. 1852, HARRISON CO, OH.
ii. REBECCA QUILLEN, b. 1855, HARRISON CO, OH; m. COURTNEY.
iii. JOHNSON QUILLEN, b. 24 May 1860, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; d. 7 Jun 1929, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
iv. JOSIAH QUILLEN, b. 1863, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
v. HARRIET QUILLEN, b. 1866, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
vi. EMMA QUILLEN, b. 1 Jun 1869, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; m. THOMPSON JONES, 14 Feb 1887, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
30. THOMAS H.4 QUILLEN (JOHN3, DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Jan 1837 in HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP), and died Oct 1912 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married MARY ELIZABETH HILL 14 Apr 1864 in HARRISON CO, OH. She was born 1847 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1880 in res. TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Children of THOMAS QUILLEN and MARY HILL are:
i. CHARLES L.5 QUILLEN, b. 1866, IOWA.
ii. ELI B. QUILLEN, b. 1869, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
iii. GEORGE A. QUILLEN, b. 1870, HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP).
iv. JOHN W. QUILLEN, b. 1876, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
v. MARY E. QUILLEN, b. 1878, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
31. SAMUEL4 QUILLEN (JOHN3, DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Abt. 1849 in HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP). He married ANNA MATILDA ABLE 10 Nov 1870 in BELMONT CO, OH.
Children of SAMUEL QUILLEN and ANNA ABLE are:
i. MARY E.5 QUILLEN, b. 13 Jan 1872, BELMONT CO, OH.
ii. SAMUEL D. QUILLEN, b. 10 Aug 1877, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
32. GEORGE A.4 QUILLEN (JOHN3, DANIEL2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1850 in HARRISON CO, OH (Cadiz TWP). He married MELISSA SHUTS 18 Dec 1871.
Children of GEORGE QUILLEN and MELISSA SHUTS are:
i. ALBERT A.5 QUILLEN, b. 13 Nov 1872, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
ii. CAROLINE M. QUILLEN, b. 7 Jan 1875, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Generation No. 5
33. JOHN M.5 QUILLEN (STINSON4, ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 14 Oct 1858 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 16 Sep 1938 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married MARY ELIZABETH DENNIS, daughter of JEFFERSON DENNIS and RACHEL DENNIS*. She was born 13 Aug 1852 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 24 Jan 1937 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Child of JOHN QUILLEN and MARY DENNIS is:
i. BERT R.6 QUILLEN, b. 30 Nov 1881, GUERNSEY CO, OH; d. May 1969; m. BLANCHE V. FICKES, 23 Nov 1904, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; b. 9 Sep 1881, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH; d. 19 Jan 1947, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
34. EZRA CLINTON5 QUILLEN, REV (ANDREW JACKSON4, ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 4 May 1856 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 25 Feb 1911 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married NANCY MARIE SMITH. She was born 6 Mar 1857 in OHIO, and died 28 Jul 1896.
Child of EZRA QUILLEN and NANCY SMITH is:
55. i. BLANCHE OPAL6 QUILLEN, b. 14 May 1893, SMITHFIELD, OH; d. 21 Sep 1960, HAMILTON, OH.
35. ADAM HARPER5 QUILLEN (ANDREW JACKSON4, ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 28 Jun 1858 in HARRISON CO, OH, and died 17 Jun 1931 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. He married SARAH J. HARDING 25 Dec 1884 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She died Aft. 1931 in res. TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
Children of ADAM QUILLEN and SARAH HARDING are:
i. LILLIAN L.6 QUILLEN, b. Oct 1885, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
ii. JESSIE W. QUILLEN, b. May 1899, OHIO.
iii. EUGENE J. QUILLEN, b. 1900, OHIO.
36. OSCAR A.5 QUILLEN (ANDREW JACKSON4, ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Abt. 1861 in OHIO, and died 21 Sep 1951. He married MARY JANE HALL 5 Nov 1885 in TUSCARAWAS CO, OH. She was born 19 Jun 1862 in OHIO.
Child of OSCAR QUILLEN and MARY HALL is:
i. JESSIE6 QUILLEN, b. 21 Aug 1890, GUERNSEY CO, OH; m. JOHN CRUMRINE, 24 Apr 1908, TUSCARAWAS CO, OH.
37. CHARLES W.5 QUILLEN (JACOB4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 8 Nov 1856 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1910 in res. MEIGS CO, OH (Letart TWP). He married ELLA E. LEE 29 Apr 1883 in MEIGS CO, OH. She was born Apr 1864 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1910 in res. MEIGS CO, OH (Letart TWP).
Children of CHARLES QUILLEN and ELLA LEE are:
i. RALPH6 QUILLEN, b. Apr 1884, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. LAWRENCE QUILLEN, b. Mar 1887, MEIGS CO, OH.
38. JOHN A.5 QUILLEN (JACOB4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 11 Oct 1867 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1920 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married FLORENCE GACHES 1904 in MEIGS CO, OH, daughter of JAMES B. GACHES. She was born 1872 in PENNSYLVANIA, and died Aft. 1920 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of JOHN QUILLEN and FLORENCE GACHES are:
i. RUSSELL E.6 QUILLEN, b. 28 May 1906, WEST VIRGINIA.
ii. HAROLD QUILLEN, b. 1912, ILLINOIS.
39. WILLIAM J.5 QUILLEN (JOSHUA4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Mar 1852 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1910 in res. MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy). He married FRANCES A. FORESINGER 11 Jul 1875 in MEIGS CO, OH. She was born Oct 1853 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1910 in res. MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy).
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and FRANCES FORESINGER are:
i. WILLIAM J.6 QUILLEN, JR., b. 1876, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. MAUDE QUILLEN, b. 1878, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. ELSIE QUILLEN, b. Mar 1880, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. MATTIE QUILLEN, b. Sep 1883, MEIGS CO, OH.
40. AMOS5 QUILLEN (JOSHUA4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1857 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1930 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married SARAH JANE (JENNIE) HILTON 1 Feb 1884 in MEIGS CO, OH. She was born Feb 1868 in OHIO, and died Bet. 1920 - 1930 in MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of AMOS QUILLEN and SARAH HILTON are:
i. MOLLIE6 QUILLEN, b. May 1884, OHIO.
56. ii. CHARLES H. QUILLEN, b. Aug 1886, OHIO; d. Aft. 1930, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. RAYMOND HERENDER QUILLEN, b. Aug 1890, OHIO; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. STELLA QUILLEN, b. Feb 1892, OHIO.
v. ROY L. QUILLEN, b. Mar 1897, OHIO.
vi. BENJAMIN (BENNIE) QUILLEN, b. 1903, MEIGS CO, OH.
vii. HOWARD QUILLEN, b. 1913, MEIGS CO, OH.
41. ARTHUR M.5 QUILLEN (WILLIAM DAVIS4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Jan 1853 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died Aft. 1920 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH. He married MARGARET J. QUILLEN* Abt. 1875 in OHIO. She was born 1852 in OHIO, and died Bef. 1900.
Children of ARTHUR QUILLEN and MARGARET QUILLEN* are:
i. IDA M.6 QUILLEN, b. 1876, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. WILLIAM J. QUILLEN, b. 1877, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. WINFIELD QUILLEN, b. Dec 1879, OHIO.
iv. CHARLES L. QUILLEN, b. Oct 1884, OHIO; m. MARY QUILLEN*; b. 1888, OHIO.
v. EFFIE M. QUILLEN, b. Mar 1887, OHIO.
vi. BESSIE J. QUILLEN, b. Apr 1890, OHIO.
vii. EDNA R. QUILLEN, b. Dec 1892, OHIO.
42. TAPPEN THEODORE5 QUILLEN (WILLIAM DAVIS4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Nov 1865 in OHIO, and died 16 Jan 1927 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. He married BLANCH DEYORMAN 1892 in OHIO, daughter of THOMAS DEYORMAN. She was born Feb 1873 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1900 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
Children of TAPPEN QUILLEN and BLANCH DEYORMAN are:
i. WILLIAM C.6 QUILLEN, b. Mar 1894, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. LUREDA QUILLEN, b. Feb 1898, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. DALE QUILLEN, b. 14 Feb 1903.
iv. RAYMOND QUILLEN, b. 31 Aug 1906; d. 1 Sep 1983, CLARK CO, OH.
v. WILBUR QUILLEN, b. 1917.
43. WILLIAM C.5 QUILLEN (LEMUEL4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Nov 1855 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 1922. He married IDA MAE BUCHANAN 25 Sep 1879 in JEFFERSON CO, OH. She was born Nov 1859 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1900 in res. HARRISON CO, OH.
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and IDA BUCHANAN are:
i. MERTIE G.6 QUILLEN, b. Jan 1879, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. JAMES G. BLAINE QUILLEN, b. Jun 1884, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. MARY ELLEN QUILLEN, b. Jun 1887, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
57. iv. WALTER VINCENT QUILLEN, b. Aug 1891, JEFFERSON CO, OH; d. 1968.
v. EFFIE MAY QUILLEN, b. Aug 1899, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
44. THOMAS W.5 QUILLEN (LEMUEL4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Jul 1857 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died Aft. 1900 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH. He married ANNETTA QUILLEN* 1883 in OHIO. She was born Apr 1863 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1900 in res. JEFFERSON CO, OH.
Children of THOMAS QUILLEN and ANNETTA QUILLEN* are:
i. MAUDE6 QUILLEN, b. May 1884, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
ii. BLANCH QUILLEN, b. Apr 1886, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iii. DAVID QUILLEN, b. May 1889, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
iv. AMELIA QUILLEN, b. Sep 1892, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
v. GEORGE QUILLEN, b. Jan 1895, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
vi. MILLARD QUILLEN, b. Aug 1898, JEFFERSON CO, OH.
45. LEWIS W.5 QUILLEN (HEZAKIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Oct 1866 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Aft. 1930 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married LUELLA BELLE MILLER Abt. 1899 in OHIO, daughter of JACOB MILLER and ELIZABETH MILLER*. She was born Nov 1869 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 12 Mar 1858 in MEIGS CO, OH.
Child of LEWIS QUILLEN and LUELLA MILLER is:
i. GLADLYS6 QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1906, MEIGS CO, OH.
46. LEMUEL ABNER5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 12 Jun 1849 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 30 Mar 1925 in ST. PAUL, MN. He married ANNA JENKINS 9 Jun 1874. She was born 8 Apr 1855.
Child of LEMUEL QUILLEN and ANNA JENKINS is:
i. LEON ABNER6 QUILLEN, b. 5 May 1882, NORTH BRANCH, MN; d. 14 Mar 1965, ST. PAUL, MN; m. MARY H. MULLINER.
47. JAMES HENRY5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 17 Jan 1852 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse), and died 8 Apr 1946 in MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy). He married (1) MARGARET (MAGGIE) BIGGINS 22 Jan 1880 in HOCKING CO, OH, daughter of GEORGE BIGGINS and ELEANOR HOWARD. She was born 1850 in WASHINGTON CO, OH (Marietta), and died Jul 1889 in FAYETTE CO, OH (Montgomery). He married (2) VIENNA B. WEBSTER 1890. She was born Oct 1869 in OHIO, and died 22 Nov 1943 in OHIO.
Children of JAMES QUILLEN and MARGARET BIGGINS are:
58. i. JOSEPHINE STARK6 QUILLEN, b. 13 Mar 1882, HOCKING CO, OH (Carbon Hill); d. 8 Jan 1946, KANAWHA CO, W.VA.
59. ii. VERNA MAE QUILLEN, b. 4 May 1883, HOCKING CO, OH (Carbon Hill); d. 26 Jul 1960, NASSAU CO, FL (Callahan).
60. iii. HARRY QUILLEN, b. 5 Jan 1889, FAYETTE CO, W.VA (Montgomery); d. 30 Jun 1955.
Children of JAMES QUILLEN and VIENNA WEBSTER are:
61. iv. ETHEL DOUGLAS6 QUILLEN, b. Sep 1891, WEST VIRGINIA; d. 8 Apr 1946.
62. v. EVA MAE QUILLEN, b. Oct 1892, WEST VIRGINIA; d. 11 Feb 1971, CHARLESTON, W. VA.
vi. JAMES O. QUILLEN, b. Apr 1894, WEST VIRGINIA; d. 17 Sep 1929; m. RUTH MAY TRIPP; b. 1892, WEST VIRGINIA.
63. vii. CLAUDE WILLIAM QUILLEN, b. 21 Mar 1897, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 22 Mar 1967, MEIGS CO, OH.
viii. FRANK M. QUILLEN, b. 29 Oct 1903, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 3 Oct 1943.
ix. ERNEST E. QUILLEN, b. 14 Jun 1908, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 21 Oct 1986, MEIGS CO, OH; m. MARY VIRGINIA TAYLOR, 1930, OHIO; b. 20 Sep 1910, OHIO; d. 31 Jan 1977.
48. FRANCES (FAY) OLIVIA5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 27 Feb 1853 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 5 Apr 1944 in WASHINGTON CO, PA. She married JAMES AMMON MCBRIDE 20 Jun 1872 in MEIGS CO, OH. He was born Feb 1847 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1900 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of FRANCES QUILLEN and JAMES MCBRIDE are:
i. LULU FRANCIS6 MCBRIDE, b. Oct 1872, MEIGS CO, OH; m. WELLER.
ii. DONALD MCBRIDE, b. Sep 1876, MEIGS CO, OH.
64. iii. FRANK ARTHUR MCBRIDE, b. 13 Oct 1878, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Jan 1965, TRUMBULL CO, OH (Kinsman).
49. JOHN W.5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Jul 1857 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married LUETHA QUILLEN* 1883. She was born Sep 1865 in OHIO.
Children of JOHN QUILLEN and LUETHA QUILLEN* are:
i. ARTHUR M.6 QUILLEN, b. Feb 1884, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. RAYMOND M. QUILLEN, b. Oct 1892, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. GERTRUDE L. QUILLEN, b. Aug 1897, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. IRENE QUILLEN, b. Feb 1900, MEIGS CO, OH.
50. GEORGE W.5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Oct 1856 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married MARY JANE WISE 24 Dec 1889. She was born Jan 1854 in OHIO.
Children of GEORGE QUILLEN and MARY WISE are:
i. ALTA M.6 QUILLEN, b. May 1885, KANSAS.
ii. LEMUEL B. O. QUILLEN, b. May 1889, ARKANSAS.
51. LILLIAN E.5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1862 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 27 Sep 1944 in HAMILTON CO, OH. She married HENRY J. WAGNER Abt. 1870 in OHIO. He was born 1860 in OHIO.
Children of LILLIAN QUILLEN and HENRY WAGNER are:
65. i. CLARA6 WAGNER, b. Abt. 1889, OHIO.
ii. VEATRICE WAGNER, b. 23 Feb 1898, OHIO; d. 19 Jul 1979, HAMILTON CO, OH; m. SUTER.
52. WILLIAM S.5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Sep 1865 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married LENA M. QUILLEN*. She was born Aug 1875 in WEST VIRGINIA.
Children of WILLIAM QUILLEN and LENA QUILLEN* are:
i. ONEIOL F.6 QUILLEN, b. Mar 1894, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. CLARA F. QUILLEN, b. Nov 1899, MEIGS CO, OH.
53. SAMUEL J.5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Mar 1868 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Bef. 1904 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married MOLLIE V. HALL Abt. 1893 in OHIO. She was born Jul 1877 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died Aft. 1910 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of SAMUEL QUILLEN and MOLLIE HALL are:
i. MINNIE (WINNIE) M.6 QUILLEN, b. Nov 1893, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. LORETA QUILLEN, b. 9 Jan 1896, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. FRED D. QUILLEN, b. Jun 1898, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. ANNIE LAURA QUILLEN, b. 30 Apr 1901.
v. JOSEPH C. QUILLEN, b. 1904, MEIGS CO, OH.
54. LORENZO5 QUILLEN (FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 1876 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse), and died Aft. 1920 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married ETHEL M. QUILLEN* 1900 in OHIO. She was born 1882 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1920 in res. MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of LORENZO QUILLEN and ETHEL QUILLEN* are:
i. DOROTHY M.6 QUILLEN, b. 1902, OHIO.
ii. FRANKLIN U. QUILLEN, b. 1904, OHIO.
iii. ARLINE L. QUILLEN, b. 1908, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. LORAINE O. QUILLEN, b. 1917, MEIGS CO, OH.
v. JUANITA QUILLEN, b. 1923, MEIGS CO, OH.
vi. HELEN M. QUILLEN, b. 1925, MEIGS CO, OH.
Generation No. 6
55. BLANCHE OPAL6 QUILLEN (EZRA CLINTON5, ANDREW JACKSON4, ADAM3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 14 May 1893 in SMITHFIELD, OH, and died 21 Sep 1960 in HAMILTON, OH. She married GEORGE HENRY BAIN 29 Jan 1913 in ZANEVILLE, OH. He was born 26 Dec 1874 in McCONNELSVILLE, OH, and died 7 Jun 1945 in COLUMBUS, OH.
Child of BLANCHE QUILLEN and GEORGE BAIN is:
i. FRANCES WILBERT7 BAIN, b. 25 Feb 1919, COLUMBUS, OH; d. 12 Jul 1987, CHARLESTON, W.VA; m. GEORGETTE ANN GERING, 14 Feb 1914, HAMILTON CO, OH; b. 9 Sep 1919, HAMILTON CO, OH (Cincinatti); d. 25 Dec 1964, DUNBAR, W.VA.
56. CHARLES H.6 QUILLEN (AMOS5, JOSHUA4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Aug 1886 in OHIO, and died Aft. 1930 in res. MEIGS CO, OH. He married BESSIE BATEY, YOUNG 1913. She was born 6 Oct 1891 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died Jan 1980.
Children of CHARLES QUILLEN and BESSIE BATEY are:
i. CHARLES7 QUILLEN, b. 1916, OHIO.
ii. EVELYN L. QUILLEN, b. 1920, OHIO.
iii. GEORGE AMOS QUILLEN, b. 27 Jul 1923, OHIO; d. 29 Sep 1985; m. MYRTLE DAVIS, 11 Oct 1943; b. 26 Mar 1926, DIABLOCK, KY.
iv. LUILLIA QUILLEN, b. 1927, OHIO.
v. ANNA E. QUILLEN, b. 1930, OHIO.
57. WALTER VINCENT6 QUILLEN (WILLIAM C.5, LEMUEL4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Aug 1891 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 1968. He married NELLIE MAE BOOP.
Children of WALTER QUILLEN and NELLIE BOOP are:
i. RUTH MAE7 QUILLEN.
ii. DELLA MARIE QUILLEN.
iii. WALTER LEMUEL QUILLEN, b. 1924; d. 1973.
58. JOSEPHINE STARK6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 13 Mar 1882 in HOCKING CO, OH (Carbon Hill), and died 8 Jan 1946 in KANAWHA CO, W.VA. She married (1) JAS WM FRANKLIN DARLINGTON 4 Sep 1900 in FAYETTE CO, W.VA, son of BENJAMIN DARLINGTON and SARAH CRAIG. He was born 28 Dec 1873 in FAYETTE CO, W.VA (Columbia), and died 7 Mar 1917 in KANAWHA CO, W.VA. She married (2) LEW ROACH Aft. 1916. He died Bef. 1946.
Children of JOSEPHINE QUILLEN and JAS DARLINGTON are:
i. CARMEN PEARL7 DARLINGTON, b. 14 Jan 1901, FAYETTE CO, W.VA; d. 25 Jul 1960, NASSAU CO, FL (Callahan); m. FORREST LEONARD GRIGSBY, 3 Oct 1917, FAYETTE CO, W.VA; b. 6 Jun 1898, FAYETTE CO, W.VA; d. 29 Apr 1953, RALEIGH CO, W.VA.
ii. BEULAH FRANCES DARLINGTON, b. 14 Jan 1901, FAYETTE CO, VA; d. 9 Apr 1984, KANAWHA CO, W.VA; m. (1) WILBUR STONE, 1917; b. 1899, WEST VIRGINIA; d. 1 Apr 1977; m. (2) LAWRENCE STANLEY, 8 Dec 1939; b. Abt. Nov 1911; d. 8 Apr 1966; m. (3) ARTHUR (ARTIE) LEWIS KRANTZ, 9 Aug 1955; b. 22 Sep 1890; d. 25 Apr 1957, KANAWHA CO, W.VA.
iii. BENJAMIN FREDERICK DARLINGTON, b. 16 Sep 1902, FAYETTE CO, W.VA; d. 2 Sep 1990, HARRIS CO, TX (Baytown); m. (1) MARGARET POWERS; m. (2) MARGARET SJOLANDER.
iv. MARGARET LILLIAN DARLINGTON, b. 9 Oct 1915, FAYETTE CO, VA; d. 24 Nov 1994, KANAWHA, W.VA (Elkview)_; m. (1) HANDLEY RALPH WHITE, 14 Feb 1933; b. 5 May 1912; d. 1 May 1938; m. (2) LAWRENCE REED MCELHINNY, 29 Jun 1941; b. 16 Sep 1916.
59. VERNA MAE6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 4 May 1883 in HOCKING CO, OH (Carbon Hill), and died 26 Jul 1960 in NASSAU CO, FL (Callahan). She married JOHN NATROSS YOUELL. He was born 27 Feb 1875 in MASON CO, W.VA (Mason), and died 1953.
Child of VERNA QUILLEN and JOHN YOUELL is:
i. MOLLIE HESS7 YOUELL, b. 19 Nov 1912, LONGACRE, W.VA; m. BERLIE SCOTT MCCLUNG, 9 Nov 1935, IRONTON, OH; b. 8 Jan 1907; d. 5 Sep 1966, BRIDGEPORT, W.VA.
60. HARRY6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 5 Jan 1889 in FAYETTE CO, W.VA (Montgomery), and died 30 Jun 1955. He married MYRTLE FRYE 17 Sep 1910 in KANAWHA CO, W.VA. She was born 23 Sep 1891, and died 23 Jul 1978.
Children of HARRY QUILLEN and MYRTLE FRYE are:
i. MABEL7 QUILLEN, b. 13 Jan 1912; m. MILES SUTHERLAND, 30 Apr 1930.
ii. JAMES FRANKLIN QUILLEN, b. 31 Mar 1914; m. VIRGINIA HAMMACK, 14 Sep 1936.
iii. ROBERT QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1916.
iv. MARY ELLEN QUILLEN, b. 30 Dec 1918; d. 17 Dec 1968; m. ROY BURGESS.
v. DONALD QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1920.
vi. MAGALINE (TOATSIE) QUILLEN, b. Abt. 1922; d. Abt. 1927, KANAWHA CO, W.VA.
vii. BEULAH QUILLEN, b. 18 Feb 1926.
viii. JACK QUILLEN, b. 2 Dec 1930; d. 23 Apr 1958; m. SEENA KING, 23 Nov 1955.
ix. TRUDY QUILLEN, b. 26 Sep 1932, CHAUNCEY, W.VA; m. EDGAR LAPGRADE.
x. PHYLLIS QUILLEN, b. 15 Jun 1935, LYBURN, W.VA; m. EVERETT MAYNARD, 17 Jun 1955.
61. ETHEL DOUGLAS6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Sep 1891 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died 8 Apr 1946. She married ABALENE (LEON) MOORE 1908. He was born 16 Sep 1887 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died 1966.
Children of ETHEL QUILLEN and ABALENE MOORE are:
i. CARL7 MOORE, b. 1912, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. MORRIS MOORE, b. 1914, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. LLOYD MOORE, b. 1916, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. MARJORIE MOORE, b. 1922, MEIGS CO, OH.
v. CHARLES MOORE, b. 5 Jan 1925, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 29 Jan 1998, MEIGS CO, OH.
vi. DONALD MOORE, b. 9 Dec 1926, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 27 Jan 1998, MEIGS CO, OH.
vii. BOBBY R. MOORE, b. 1929, MEIGS CO, OH.
62. EVA MAE6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Oct 1892 in WEST VIRGINIA, and died 11 Feb 1971 in CHARLESTON, W. VA. She married (1) WALTER WOODS Abt. 1912. He was born 19 Jan 1884, and died 15 Sep 1971. She married (2) GEORGE ARMENTROUT Aft. 1912 in WEST VIRGINIA. He died 30 Mar 1960.
Children of EVA QUILLEN and WALTER WOODS are:
i. VIRGIL7 WOODS, b. 2 Aug 1913, WEST VIRGINIA; d. Feb 1987, res. KANAWHA CO, W. VA.
ii. CECELIA WOODS, m. SHAFFEUR.
iii. RAYMOND WOODS, d. 26 Sep 1981.
iv. WALTER WOODS, JR.
v. JUANITA WOODS.
Child of EVA QUILLEN and GEORGE ARMENTROUT is:
vi. BRUCE7 ARMENTROUT, b. 8 Oct 1933; d. 12 Nov 2001.
63. CLAUDE WILLIAM6 QUILLEN (JAMES HENRY5, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 21 Mar 1897 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 22 Mar 1967 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married ELLA ADAMS 1920 in OHIO. She was born 13 Oct 1903 in OHIO, and died 29 Sep 1995 in MEIGS CO, OH.
Children of CLAUDE QUILLEN and ELLA ADAMS are:
i. IMOGENE7 QUILLEN, b. 1922, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. RUTH QUILLEN, b. 1924, MEIGS CO, OH.
64. FRANK ARTHUR6 MCBRIDE (FRANCES (FAY) OLIVIA5 QUILLEN, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born 13 Oct 1878 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died Jan 1965 in TRUMBULL CO, OH (Kinsman). He married HAZEL JOHNSON 2 Jun 1915. She died Aft. Jan 1965.
Children of FRANK MCBRIDE and HAZEL JOHNSON are:
i. FRANK A.7 MCBRIDE, JR, m. SANDY MCBRIDE*.
ii. KATHRYN MCBRIDE, m. MR. GEORGE.
iii. MABEL MCBRIDE, m. DAVIS.
iv. STANLEY E. MCBRIDE.
65. CLARA6 WAGNER (LILLIAN E.5 QUILLEN, FRANKLIN URIAH4, AMOS3, CLEMENT2, THOMAS (QUILLANE)1) was born Abt. 1889 in OHIO. She married WINECK?. He was born 1881 in OHIO.
Children of CLARA WAGNER and WINECK? are:
i. LILLIAN7 WINECK?, b. 1917, OHIO.
ii. WALTER WINECK?, b. 1922, HAMILTON CO, OH.
Generation No. 1
1. PHILIP1 CAPEHART was born 1772 in GEORGETOWN, HUNDRED, MD, and died 1832. He married JANE WINDON 14 Jul 1796, daughter of JAMES WINDON and JANE WINDON*. She was born 1780 in BATH CO, VA, and died 1830.
Children of PHILIP CAPEHART and JANE WINDON are:
2. i. JAMES2 CAPEHART, b. 1797, VIRGINIA; d. Aft. 1860, res. MASON CO, W.VA (Point Pleasant).
3. ii. HENRY CAPEHART, b. 1801, BOTETOURT CO, VA; d. 10 Oct 1881, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven).
4. iii. SARAH CAPEHART, b. 1804, VIRGINIA; d. 12 Dec 1854, MASON CO, VA.
Generation No. 2
2. JAMES2 CAPEHART (PHILIP1) was born 1797 in VIRGINIA, and died Aft. 1860 in res. MASON CO, W.VA (Point Pleasant). He married MARGARET A. CAPEHART*. She was born 1812 in VIRGINIA, and died Bet. 1853 - 1860 in res. MASON CO, W.VA (Point Pleasant).
Children of JAMES CAPEHART and MARGARET CAPEHART* are:
i. MARGARET3 CAPEHART, b. 1845, MASON CO, VA.
ii. JAMES CAPEHART, b. 1847, MASON CO, VA.
iii. JOHN CAPEHART, b. 1849, MASON CO, VA.
iv. FRANCIS CAPEHART, b. 1851, MASON CO, VA (Point Pleasant).
v. ALICE CAPEHART, b. 1853, MASON CO, VA (Point Pleasant).
3. HENRY2 CAPEHART (PHILIP1) was born 1801 in BOTETOURT CO, VA, and died 10 Oct 1881 in MASON CO, WVA (New Haven). He married MARY MARIE HOGG Abt. 1830 in MASON CO, VA, daughter of PETER HOGG and MARTHA ABNEY. She was born 20 Aug 1811 in BATH CO, VA, and died 9 Mar 1890 in MASON CO, WVA (New Haven).
Children of HENRY CAPEHART and MARY HOGG are:
5. i. MARTHA J.3 CAPEHART, b. 26 Nov 1830, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 3 Aug 1870, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
6. ii. JOHN P. CAPEHART, b. 1832, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 1903, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. SARAH A. CAPEHART, b. 1834, MASON CO, VA (New Haven).
7. iv. ELIZA M. CAPEHART, b. 7 Nov 1836, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 4 Aug 1894, MASON CO, W.VA.
8. v. MARY ANN CAPEHART, b. 9 May 1838, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven); d. 22 Feb 1922.
9. vi. GEORGE P. CAPEHART, b. 1840, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 1886.
10. vii. JAMES HENRY CAPEHART, b. 24 Feb 1842, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 29 Aug 1880.
viii. OLIVIA J. CAPEHART, b. 23 Feb 1844, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 29 Oct 1923, PHILLIPS CO, KS; m. JEFFERSON SEIGRIST.
11. ix. WILLIAM H. CAPEHART, b. 1846, MASON CO, VA (New Haven).
12. x. ABNEY W. CAPEHART, b. 9 Oct 1849, MASON CO, VA (New Haven).
13. xi. THOMAS G. CAPEHART, b. 1853, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); d. 1931.
xii. SAMUEL J. CAPEHART, b. 1856, MASON CO, VA (New Haven); m. ELLA SHIPLEY, 1880.
4. SARAH2 CAPEHART (PHILIP1) was born 1804 in VIRGINIA, and died 12 Dec 1854 in MASON CO, VA. She married NEHEMIAH ROGGERS. He was born 1802 in NEW YORK.
Children of SARAH CAPEHART and NEHEMIAH ROGGERS are:
i. ROZETTA3 ROGGERS, b. 1823, VIRGINIA; d. 12 Dec 1854.
ii. MARY J. ROGGERS, b. 1829, VIRGINIA.
iii. CHARLES F. ROGGERS, b. 1831, VIRGINIA.
iv. ROSANA ROGGERS, b. 1833, VIRGINIA.
v. SARAH ROGGERS, b. 1835, VIRGINIA.
vi. JAMES H. ROGGERS, b. 1838, VIRGINIA.
vii. MARGARET L. ROGGERS, b. 1838, VIRGINIA; d. 14 Jun 1854.
viii. MARTHA A. ROGGERS, b. 1843, VIRGINIA.
ix. NEHEMIAH ROGGERS, b. 1845, MASON CO, VA.
Generation No. 3
5. MARTHA J.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 26 Nov 1830 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 3 Aug 1870 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse). She married FRANKLIN URIAH QUILLIN 16 Jun 1848 in MEIGS CO, OH, son of AMOS QUILLEN and JANE WEBSTER. He was born 25 Nov 1824 in JEFFERSON CO, OH, and died 3 Apr 1902 in MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse).
Children of MARTHA CAPEHART and FRANKLIN QUILLIN are:
i. LEMUEL ABNER4 QUILLEN, b. 12 Jun 1849, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 30 Mar 1925, ST. PAUL, MN; m. ANNA JENKINS, 9 Jun 1874, MEIGS CO, OH; b. 8 Apr 1855.
ii. JAMES HENRY QUILLEN, b. 17 Jan 1852, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 8 Apr 1946, MEIGS CO, OH (Pomeroy); m. (1) MARGARET (MAGGIE) BIGGINS, 22 Jan 1880, HOCKING CO, OH; b. 1850, WASHINGTON CO, OH (Marietta); d. Jul 1889, FAYETTE CO, W.VA (Montgomery); m. (2) VIENNA B. WEBSTER, 1890; b. Oct 1869, OHIO; d. 22 Nov 1943, OHIO.
iii. FRANCES (FAY) OLIVIA QUILLEN, b. 27 Feb 1853, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 5 Apr 1944, WASHINGTON CO, PA; m. JAMES AMMON MCBRIDE, 20 Jun 1872, MEIGS CO, OH; b. Feb 1847, OHIO; d. Aft. 1900, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. GEORGE W. QUILLEN, b. Oct 1856, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Aft. 1900, res. MEIGS CO, OH; m. MARY JANE WISE, 24 Dec 1889, MEIGS CO, OH; b. Jan 1854, OHIO; d. Aft. 1900, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
v. JOHN W. QUILLEN, b. Jul 1857, MEIGS CO, OH; m. LUETHA E. QUILLEN*, 1883; b. Sep 1865, OHIO.
vi. LILLIAN E. QUILLEN, b. 1862, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 27 Sep 1944, HAMILTON CO, OH; m. HENRY J. WAGNER, 19 Oct 1879, MEIGS CO, OH; b. 1860, OHIO.
vii. WILLIAM SHERMAN QUILLEN, b. 6 Sep 1864, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 29 May 1957, res. MASON CO, W.VA; m. HELENA (LENA) MAY HALL, 13 Mar 1893, MASON CO, W.VA; b. Aug 1875, MASON CO, W.VA; d. Bet. 1910 - 1920, res. MASON CO, W.VA.
viii. SAMUEL J. QUILLEN, b. Mar 1868, MEIGS CO, OH; d. Bef. 1904, res. MEIGS CO, OH; m. MARY (MOLLIE) V. HALL, 30 Sep 1893, MASON CO, W.VA; b. Jul 1877, WEST VIRGINIA; d. Aft. 1910, res. MEIGS CO, OH.
6. JOHN P.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 1832 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 1903 in MEIGS CO, OH. He married HANNAH M. SIEGRIST 9 Jan 1858 in MASON CO, OH. She was born 11 Dec 1838 in VIRGINIA, and died 1937.
Child of JOHN CAPEHART and HANNAH SIEGRIST is:
i. WILLIAM W.4 CAPEHART, b. 20 Jun 1865; d. 26 Apr 1894.
7. ELIZA M.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 7 Nov 1836 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 4 Aug 1894 in MASON CO, W.VA. She married ALEXANDER JOHN QUILLIN 10 Nov 1853 in MEIGS CO, OH, son of AMOS QUILLEN and JANE WEBSTER. He was born 8 Mar 1830 in MEIGS CO, OH, and died 15 May 1928 in MASON CO, W.VA.
Children of ELIZA CAPEHART and ALEXANDER QUILLIN are:
i. MARY M.4 QUILLIN, b. 24 Jun 1854, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); m. WILLIAM (JOHNNY) PASCOE, 29 Jun 1871, MEIGS CO, OH.
ii. JANE (JENNIE) WEBSTER QUILLIN, b. 26 Oct 1855, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 28 Oct 1930; m. JOHN S. SAYRE, 15 Mar 1877, MEIGS CO, OH.
iii. HANNAH C. QUILLIN, b. 29 Jan 1857, MEIGS CO, OH (Syracuse); d. 30 May 1927, HUNTINGTON, W.VA; m. (1) LEWIS "SHORTY" TALIAFERRO; m. (2) HENRY F. BARTELS, 13 Nov 1876, MEIGS CO, OH.
iv. MARTHA (MATTIE/PATSY) C. QUILLIN, b. 31 Jul 1861, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 14 Feb 1917; m. GEORGE R. BARTON, 13 Oct 1880, MASON CO, W.VA.
v. SARAH (SADIE) LILAH QUILLIN, b. 26 Mar 1863, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 5 Jun 1894; m. WILLIE P. ROUSH, 20 Oct 1882, MASON CO, W.VA; b. 1860; d. 1936.
vi. OLIVIA ELIZABETH (BETT) QUILLIN, b. 20 Dec 1864, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven); d. 23 Jun 1923; m. ELMORE ROUSH, 9 Jul 1885, MASON CO, W.VA.
vii. LEVENA (VINNIE) QUILLIN, b. 30 Aug 1867, MEIGS CO, OH; m. CHARLES WILBUR ROUSH, 24 Dec 1893, MASON CO, W.VA; b. 1870; d. 1948.
viii. HARRIET (HATTIE) LURA QUILLIN, b. 1870, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven); m. ROBERT MILROY YEAGER, 29 Mar 1893, MASON CO, W.VA.
ix. ANNA LEE QUILLIN, b. 15 Dec 1872, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 23 Aug 1954; m. WILLIE P. ROUSH, 22 Jul 1895, MASON CO, W.VA; b. 1860; d. 1936.
x. EVA GRET QUILLIN, b. 2 Oct 1874, MEIGS CO, OH; d. 8 Sep 1943; m. ERNEST MIRTEN ROUSH, 8 Dec 1895, MASON CO, W.VA.
xi. BIRDIE LELIA QUILLIN, b. 1879, MASON CO, WVA (New Haven); m. DORSEY LEE RICKARD, 9 Aug 1899, MASON CO, W.VA.
8. MARY ANN3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 9 May 1838 in MASON CO, WVA (New Haven), and died 22 Feb 1922. She married SETH BUMGARNER.
Children of MARY CAPEHART and SETH BUMGARNER are:
i. JOHN J. CRITTEMDEN4 BUMGARNER, b. 19 Mar 1858.
ii. CHARLES S. BUMGARNER, b. 11 Apr 1860.
iii. OLIVIA BUMGARNER, b. 1868; m. WILLIAM A. POWELL.
iv. LILY B. BUMGARNER, b. 1869.
v. J. T. BUMGARNER, b. 1873.
vi. C. B. BUMGARNER, b. 1879.
9. GEORGE P.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 1840 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 1886. He married (1) MARTHA JUNE BUMGARDNER Bef. 1862, daughter of LEWIS BUMGARDNER and MARY BUMGARDNER*. She was born 1841, and died 1862. He married (2) MARTHA ANN SOMERVILLE Abt. 1864, daughter of SAMUEL SOMERVILLE and MARY CHAMBERLAIN. She was born 28 Oct 1840, and died 3 Jan 1914.
Children of GEORGE CAPEHART and MARTHA SOMERVILLE are:
i. MARTHA4 CAPEHART, b. 1865.
ii. MARY A. (MINNIE) CAPEHART, b. 30 Aug 1868; d. 18 Mar 1938; m. ELLSWORTH LEE; b. 31 Oct 1867; d. 9 Aug 1938.
iii. EDGAR CAPEHART, b. 21 Feb 1871.
iv. M. P. CAPEHART, b. Nov 1873.
v. MARGARET (MAGGIE) CAPEHART, m. ALLEN LAYNE.
vi. GEORGE CAPEHART, JR., m. VICTORIA ROUSH.
10. JAMES HENRY3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 24 Feb 1842 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 29 Aug 1880. He married ORILLA ZERKLE, daughter of NOAH ZERKLE. She was born 31 Aug 1842, and died 19 Sep 1924.
Children of JAMES CAPEHART and ORILLA ZERKLE are:
i. GEORGE N.4 CAPEHART, b. 1864; m. DORA BUSH; b. 1864.
ii. SARAH F. CAPEHART, b. 7 Aug 1865; d. 7 Jun 1897.
iii. IRA CAPEHART, b. 1879.
iv. LEWIS T. (NIM) CAPEHART, b. 17 Feb 1867; m. VICTORIA GRAHAM; b. 1866.
v. JAMES ROBERT CAPEHART, b. 21 Aug 1869; d. 9 Nov 1939; m. SARAH CAPEHART*; b. 1865; d. 1897.
vi. JOHN T. CAPEHART, b. 17 Oct 1871; d. 11 Nov 1919.
vii. CHARLES C. CAPEHART, b. 27 Jun 1874; d. 30 Oct 1929; m. VEVTIA (VEVIA) TUCKER; b. 1878; d. 1923.
11. WILLIAM H.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 1846 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven). He married SARAH JANE GILPIN.
Children of WILLIAM CAPEHART and SARAH GILPIN are:
i. ABNER4 CAPEHART, b. 16 May 1867.
ii. MARY A. CAPEHART, b. Sep 1869.
12. ABNEY W.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 9 Oct 1849 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven). He married CARILINE SEGRIST. She was born 29 Dec 1849.
Children of ABNEY CAPEHART and CARILINE SEGRIST are:
i. JAMES4 CAPEHART.
ii. HATTIE CAPEHART.
13. THOMAS G.3 CAPEHART (HENRY2, PHILIP1) was born 1853 in MASON CO, VA (New Haven), and died 1931. He married MARGARET MARTHA BOLIN. She was born 1860, and died 1944.
Children of THOMAS CAPEHART and MARGARET BOLIN are:
i. PERCY M.4 CAPEHART, b. 27 Jul 1877; d. 19 Feb 1887.
ii. THOMAS CAPEHART, b. 1884; m. ELLA ORD.
iii. FLORENCE CAPEHART, b. 3 Apr 1888.
iv. HARRY CAPEHART, b. 1890; d. 1967; m. KATHLEEN NEASE.
v. JOSEPH CAPEHART, b. Jun 1893.
vi. FRANK HOWARD CAPEHART, b. 1896; d. 1954; m. ANNE ZERKLE; b. 1885; d. 1960.
 Numerous online sources assert that Thomas Quillaine is the father of Clement.
 Lonnie Joseph Smith-Neal – Bethelneal@yahoo.com
 Mason County, West Virginia Quillen (Alexander) and Capehart (Henry) family information available at the New Haven Libray, Quillen Memorial Park. Data has been compiled into documentation titled: “Founding & Development of New Haven, W.VA” by Weaver, Gibbs, Bumgarner, Ball.
 If Clemont Quillen is in Kent County – he may be the one extra 26-44 year old male in this household.
 This is likely Daniel Quillen who is found in Harrison County, Ohio (Cadiz) by the time of the 1820 census.
 Clemont and his 4 sons, Adam, Joshua, Amos and Elihu – this leaves Daniel and son Thomas (Daniel stills shows a younger son, born between 1805-1810, living in his household – son likely to be John).
 This would be Elihu, son of Clemont.
 Thomas, likely son of Daniel – age from previous census records matches up to the male 30-39 in the household but there is a male 50-59 I cannot account for (usually the named head of household, Thomas in this case, is the oldest male in the family –could be a census error since no other census reports a Thomas of this age bracket.
 John Quillen born bet 1801-1810 matches up to previous census as a son of Daniel.
 James Adam Quillen, son of Elihu.
 John by himself – no sign of families of Daniel and likely older son, Thomas.
 Stinson Quillen, son of Adam.
 Adam Quillen oldest known son of Clement Quillen.
 Believe Charles and Jefferson Quillen to be the sons of Adam and Mary Harper Quillen – not verified.
 Joshua Quillen, second oldest son of Clement Quillen.
 John and Rebecca Johnston Quillen, married 7 Oct 1829. Susan Mincks Obrien reports that John is the son of Thomas. All of John and Rebecca’s family moved away by 1860 (many found in Tuscarawas County, OH) – several of Adam and Mary Harper Quillen’s children also moved to Tuscarawas, County. There is a John Quillen in the 1860 Harrison County census who married Deborah Balderson 5 Dec 1857 – he may have stayed – and even continued to have more children.
 Johnson married Lydia Ann Bell 16 Aug 1860 in Tuscarawas County, OH. Many of Johnson’s siblings ended up in Tuscarawas County.
 Thomas H. Quillen (b. Jan 1837 OH – d. Oct 1912) married Mary Elizabeth Hill 14 Apr 1864 in Harrison Co.
 Elihu Quillen, son of Elihu. He moved away to Marion County, Iowa by 1860.
 Elihu, Sr. and Sarah Rice Quillen. Elihu is the 4th son of Clement Quillen.
 Believe this to be the same William that is seen in the John and Rebecca Quillen household of this census (reported twice) – he later moves to Tuscarawas Co, OH with numerous other siblings.
 Believe David, William, and James to be the sons of Elihu Quillen. No sign of David in later census records but there is a Charles with Sarah J. in 1860. Charles B. Quillen married Sarah Jane Stevenson, 22 Nov 1849, in Tuscarawas County, OH – could this actually be Charles David?
 Enumerated with John Carnahan.
 Lemuel Quillen, son of Amos and Jane Webster Quillen.
 William D. Quillen, son of Amos and Jane Webster Quillen, with his first wife Lydia.
 Amos Quillen, 3rd son of Clement Quillen. Many of Amos’ kids and descendents remained in Meigs County, OH – his son, Franklin Uriah Quillen was my 4th great-grandfather.
 Franklin Uriah Quillen married Martha Capehart, daughter of Henry and Mary Hogg Capehart. In 1853, Franklin’s brother, Alexander, marries his wife’s sister, Eliza Capehart.
 Hannah Quillen Crooks, daughter of Amos and Jane Webster Quillen.
 Johnson later marries James and Margaret daughter, Lydia A. Bell in 1860.
 John Quillen – possibly same John that was found in the 1850 census with wife, Rebecca and many children. Many of John’s children went to Tuscarawas County, Ohio making it likely he is a son or brother of Adam.
 Alexander, son of Adam and Mary Harper Quillen.
 This is Elihu Quillen, 4th son of Clement.
 William and his wife (Abby Bell - married 15 Aug 1850) later live in Tuscarawas County, Ohio – where many other of the children of Adam and Mary Harper Quillen end up. His birthday of July 1829 matched up with that of Andrew Jackson Quillen, son of Adam (maybe they were twins).
 William Meek lived in Farmington in 1850 – living with previous wife, Elizabeth. William died in 1863.
 Rebecca Johnson Quillen Meek – living in IA. Circumstances of her marriage with John Quillen unknown at this time. She returned to Ohio by the time of the 1870 census report. Her children’s last name spelled wrong.
 Thomas and John Quillen, sons of John and Rebecca Johnson Quillen.
 According to Susan Mincks Obrien, Jane Webster Quillen, wife of Amos died in 1852 – but this appears to be her.
 Adam Quillen is the son of Adam and Mary Harper Quillen of Harrison Co, OH. The family later moved to Carroll County, MO by the time of the 1870 census.
 Elihu and Eleanor Ann Phillips Quillen. Elihu is the son of Elihu (b. 1790) Quillen of Harrison County, OH.
 This actually W. D. Quillen (William Davis), son of Lemuel, in last census with his family from his first wife.
 Joshua, son of Amos and Jane Webster, still needs to be found in 1860.
 Thomas matches with the son of John and Rebecca Quillen of Harrison County that is listed in 1850 census.
 Janetta is the daughter of John and Deborah Quillen of 1860 census.
 Harriet’s husband name unknown at this time.
 Widow of Jefferson Quillen.
 Widow of John Quillen.
 Sarah Rice Cree, widow of George Cree and Elihu Quillen – living in household of her daughter, Elizabeth Cree Hogge.
 Lillie E. Quillen married Henry J. Wagner by the 1880 census.
 Mary, daughter of Alexander and Eliza Capehart Quillen – living in the household of her uncle John.
 Jane Webster Quillen, widow of Amos – Jane died in 1872 Syracuse and is buried in the Quillin Cemetery.
 Martin and Albert Quillen, brothers, enumerated with Rebecca Meek (age 57 b. OH)-remarried mother.
 I need to find a family for this Maggie Quillen.
 Lillian E. Quillen Wagner, daughter of Uriah Quillin.
 Sarah Jane Quillen Roberts, daughter of Jacob and Nancy Roush Quillen.
 I have not determined what child of Joshua and Nancy had this son. I believe this to be the same George W. Quillen (b. Nov 1867) that shows up in future census records married to Bridget Agnes Donovan Quillen.
 Alexander, the youngest son of Amos and Jane Webster Quillen. Living in the hometown of Eliza Capehart.
 Joshua Quillen reported in his 1871 will that he had a son Amos. The only proof I can find at this time starts with Amos Quillen who married Mary Johnston on 14 Dec 1844 – this Amos is the closest I have found.
 Sarah matches up with Sarah Rice widow of Elihu I. Quillen.
 First census that I find James Henry Quillen and his wife, Margaret Biggins.
 William, Johnson, and Thomas are sons of John and Rebecca Quillen-link to family not determined yet. I have not ruled out that John is a son of Elihu (son of Clemont) based on the circumstantial link that at least one son of Elihu (Elihu Jr.) went west to Iowa – where one of Thomas’ sons was born.
 Narra showing with an “F” for female in the census but written on the same line as a “son”.
 Bridget A. (Agnes) Donovan married George W. Quillen September 11, 1894 in Mason County, W.VA. I still have not determined which family George comes from.
 Alexander Quillin, youngest son of Amos Quillen, with second wife – they did not have children.
 Believe this to be the widow of Hezakiah Quillen but her age should be 72 not 62.
 Mary (Mollie) V. Hall – widow of Samuel J. Quillen married Joseph London in 1903, Mason County, W.VA.
 Fred is son of Samuel J. Quillen and grandson of Uriah Quillen.
 Lillian Quillen Wagner, widow of Henry J. Wagner and daughter of Uriah Franklin Quillen – living in the household of her daughter Clara Wagner and her husband Walter. Clara’s sister, Veatrice, later marries to a Mr. Suter (first name not known yet).
 This land record connects the sons of Clement Quillen to their father.
 A biography on the Quillin family, published in "Meigs County Family History", was submitted by Beulah Quillin, granddaughter of James.
 George Amos Quillen, son of Charles, grandson of Amos, great-grandson of Joshua Quillen.
 Published in "Meigs County Family History", was submitted by Joyce Quillen.
 Published in "Meigs County Family History", was submitted by Kas Bissell.
 Special thanks to Joyce Grigsby for discovering this article in The Leader of Pomeroy, Ohio.
 One information source that has provided a lot of Quillen data comes from Family Tree Maker's "Marriage Index: Ohio 1789 - 1850".
 Abblean reported parents William and Ann Gibbs Moore and Ethel parents James and Viana Quillen.
 Minnie reported parents as Samuel and Mary Hall Quillen; George’s parents were Grant and Mollie Baringer Hood.
 Dana reported parents as Lawrence and Sarah Ann Borham McBride and Alta Mae’s parents were George W. and Mary Jane Wilson (error) Quillen.
 William C. parents William J. and Fannie Forsinger Quillen; Mary’s parents George and Elizabeth Sauer Meier.
 Arthur U. family unknown – his residence reported as Bloomingville, Ohio – birth location Crooksville, Ohio.
 I have not been able to make a family connection to George yet – but he lived in Syracuse.
 I have not been able to make a family connection yet on Mattie.
 Joshua Quillen was in 1st Reg. Brig. Ohio Militia, was 87years old when he applied for his pension Sept. 28, 1871, resident of Freeport, Harrison Co., Ohio, he received a bounty of land for his services.
 OBITUARY: "The Daily Times," New Philadelphia, Ohio, Tuesday, January 26, 1960, page 14.
 "The Daily Times," New Philadelphia, OH, Saturday, April 22, 1933, page 1.
 "The Daily Times," New Philadelphia, Ohio, Wednesday, June17, 1931, page 1.
 "Obituaries and Biographical Sketches” printed in the Newcomerstown News, Newcomerstown, OH, Vol. 2, 1910-1919, David Agricula, M.D., Cleveland, Ohio, 1987 page 175.
 Myrtie F. Quillen Norris – I do not have her connection in my family file. If she is linked to John A. Quillen the best match I can make is that she may be a daughter of John’s brother, William Henry Quillen.
 Crooks grave yard cemetery record extracted from July 4, 1906 school assignment done by Alex Crooks. Cemetery located behind (present day) Lawrence (Butch) Lisle’s property.
 Cemetery records found in "Cemeteries of Meigs (Sutton Twp) Co. Ohio", Genealogical Society Inc. 1990 and on a CD ", Meigs County, Ohio Genealogy - Picture CD - Hunter's H.E.L.P. Jan 2002 and from Susan Quillen Thompson's Website.
 This year likely miss-transcribed – Amos Quillen’s reported death date is 29 Nov 1855.
 Nathan Webster Quillen reportedly buried in Ragland, Alabama with third wife.
 Ethel Douglas Quillen Moore, daughter of James Henry and Vienna Webster Quillen.
 Franklin U. Quillen, son of Lorenzo and Ethel M. Quillen and grandson of Franklin Uriah Quillen.
 Charles Wilbur Roush married Lavena Quillen in 1893 – “Vinnie” the daughter of Alexander Quillen.
 Franklin W. Quillen, son of Charence H. and Elizabeth K. (Johnson) Quillen and husband of Nellie B. Kapp.
 Lillian Fields Quillen was daughter of Charles and Mary (Rings) Fields.
 Ella Selby Lutton, daughter of Ella Quillin and Charles Selby.