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of Rev. William White Quinn and Rosa B. Schoolfield Edit

  1. Rev. William White Quinn was born on 25 Jun 1790 in Queen Anne's County, Maryland, USA to John Quinn ( - ) and Elizabeth Mcconnekin ( - ) and died in 1867 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He is buried in Pitts Creek Presbyterian Cemetery in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1850 he was living in Newtown, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1860 he was living in Constens, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He married on 16 Jun 1832 in Worcester County, Maryland, USA to Rosa B. Schoolfield (1805 - ). Their children were:
  2. Rev. John Quinn was born on 8 Oct 1816 in Ireland and died on 2 May 1863 in Maryland, USA. He married on 13 Dec 1836 in Somerset County, Maryland, USA to Ellen White Long (1820 - 1856).
  3. Dr. Samuel S. Quinn was born on 22 Apr 1838 in Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He was a physician. He is buried in Pitts Creek Presbyterian Cemetery. In 1850 he was living in Newtown, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1860 he was living in Costens, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1880 he was living in Pocomok City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He married first on 11 Jun 1861 in Somerset County, Maryland, USA to Amanda Conner. She was born in about 1842 in Maryland, USA to John W. Connor (c.1809 - ) and Elizabeth Mills (1807 - ) and died on 17 Sep 1869 in Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1850 she was living in Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland, USA. In 1880 and 1900 she was living in Pocomok City, Worcester County, Maryland USA. He married second to Sally Atkinson. She was born on 23 Oct 1842 and died on 16 Sep 1869. She is buried in Pitts Creek Presbyterian Cemetery in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA.
  4. Virginia A. "Jenny" Quinn was born in 1844 in Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died in 1893 in Worcester County, Maryland, USA. She is buried in Pitts Creek Presbyterian Cemetery in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA.

of Rev. John W. Quinn and Ellen White Long Edit

Rev. John Quinn was born on 8 Oct 1816 in Ireland and died on 2 May 1863 in Maryland, USA. He was baptized on 7 Sep 1817 in Inch, County Down, Ireland. He is buried in Salem, Methodist Church Cemetery in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He married on 13 Dec 1836 in Somerset County, Maryland, USA to Ellen White Long (1820 - 1856).

  1. Rev. White Quinn II was born on 24 Apr 1838 in Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 13 Aug 1908 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He married on 5 Dec 1863 to Mary Celcilia Clarke. She was born on 7 Sep 1847 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died on 23 May 1917 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. They had six children.

of Rev. White Quinn II and Mary Celcillia Clarke Edit

Rev. White Quinn II was born on 24 Apr 1838 in Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 13 Aug 1908 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. He married on 5 Dec 1863 to Mary Celcilia Clarke. She was born on 7 Sep 1847 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA to William James Swan Clarke (1823 - 1893) and Amanda Cordelia Clarvoe (1821 - 1856) and died on 23 May 1917 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. Their children were:

  1. Lorie Clarke Quinn was born on 16 Aug 1864 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died on 15 Jul 1953 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. He married two times. He married in 1886 to Catherine "Katie" Melvin. She was born on 2 Apr 1868 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died on 23 May 1950 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. They had five children. He also married to Rebecca Stubens ( - ). She was born on 21 Nov 1861 and died on 6 Jun 1885. They had two children.
  2. Beulah Quinn was born on 2 Feb 1871.
  3. Elizabeth Hannah Quinn was born on 1 Sep 1880 in Maryland, USA and died on 16 Feb 1916. She married three times. She married Augusts Denny ( - ). She married John Hollifield Quinn. He was born in about 1885 in Georgia, USA and died on 30 Mar 1956 in Lamar County, Georgia, USA. They had two children. She married John Allen ( - ). They had two children.
  4. William Samuel Quinn was born on 26 Nov 1883 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died on 27 Jan 1946 in Maryland, USA. He married to Alice Sterling Wilson. She was born on 3 Oct 1881 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 6 May 1971 in Washington, DC, USA. They had one child.
  5. Annie Mae Quinn was born in May 1885 in Maryland, USA and died in May 1981 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1900 she was living in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA.
  6. Nancy "Nan" Quinn was born on 26 May 1886 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died in May 1981 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. She married to Albert Granville Adams. He was born in 1880 in Westover, Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 4 Nov 1934 in Manhattan, New York, USA.

of William Samuel Quinn and Alice Sterling Wilson Edit

William Samuel Quinn was born on 26 Nov 1883 in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA and died on 27 Jan 1946 in Maryland, USA. He is buried in Sunny Ridge Memorial Park in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. In 1900 he was living in Pocomoke City, Worcester County, Maryland, USA. In 1910, 1935 and on 1 Apr 1940 he was living in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. From 1917 to 1918 he was living in Baltimore, Maryland, USA. In 1942 he was living in Somerset County, Maryland, USA. He married to Alice Sterling Wilson. She was born on 3 Oct 1881 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 6 May 1971 in Washington, DC, USA. In 1900, 1910, 1920, 1935 and on 1 Apr 1940 she was living in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. In 1930 she was living in Asbury, Somerset County, Maryland, USA. On 25 Oct 1950 she arrived in San Francisco, California, USA. At one point she departed from Yokohama, Japan. They had one child.

  1. Chevalier Lt. Gen. William Willson "Buffalo Bill" Quinn was born on 1 Nov 1907 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 11 Sep 2001 in Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC, USA. He married on 16 Dec 1939 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA to Sara-Bette "Bette" Quinn. She was on 27 Nov 1918 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA and died on 26 Sep 2004 in Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC, USA. They had three children.

of Chevalier Lt. Gen. William Wilson "Buffalo Bill" Quinn and Sara-Bette "Betty" Quinn Edit

Chevalier Lt. Gen. William Willson "Buffalo Bill" Quinn was born on 1 Nov 1907 in Crisfield, Somerset County, Maryland, USA and died on 11 Sep 2001 in Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC, USA. He married on 16 Dec 1939 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA to Sara-Bette "Bette" Quinn. She was on 27 Nov 1918 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA and died on 26 Sep 2004 in Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, DC, USA. They had three children:

  1. Sally Sterling Quinn was born on 1 Jul 1941 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA. She married on 20 Oct 1979 in Washington, DC, USA to Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee. He was born on 26 Aug 1921 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 21 Oct 2014 at his home in Georgetown, Washington, DC, USA. They had one child.
  2. Donna Quinn ( - )
  3. William Wilson Quinn, Jr. ( - )

of Sally Sterling Quinn and Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee Edit

Sally Sterling Quinn was born on 1 Jul 1941 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia, USA. She graduated from Smith College in 1963 in Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts, USA. She was the a co anchor woman for CBS with Hughes Rudd thus becoming the first anchor woman in America. She is a journalist and was a newspaper journalists. She is a best selling author and author of the following books: she wrote in 1975 We're Going To Make You A Star; in 1991 she wrote the novel Happy Endings; in 1997 she wrote The Party: A Guide To Adventurous Entertaining, in 2017 she wrote Finding Magic: A Spiritual Memoir. In 2015 she founded OnFaith.com a website about religion. She married on 20 Oct 1979 in Washington, DC, USA to Chevalier Benjamin Crowninshield Bradlee. He was born on 26 Aug 1921 in Back Bay, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA and died on 21 Oct 2014 in Georgetown, Washington, DC, USA. He is buried in Oaks Hill Cemetery in Georgetown, Washington, DC, USA. In 1942, two hours after he graduated college he joined the Office of Naval Intellegence as a communications officer. Battles; 4 May  to May 8, 1942, Battle of the Coral Sea; 1942 Naval Battle of Guadalcanal; 1944, Second Battle of Guam; 1943, Battle of Vella Lavella 23-26 Oct, 1944 Battle of Letey Gulf; 1945 Bougainville Campaing. In 1946 he co founded the New Hampshire Sunday News; sold the paper in 1948 to William Loeb III. In 1948 he became a police reporter for the Washington Post. In 1951, became the pess attache for the American embassy in Paris In 1952 he joined the US Information and Education Exchange (USIE) where he would broadcast the CIA-directed European propaganda which lead to the controversial spying and executoin of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg in Jun 1953. In 1954 joined Newsweek as a foreign correspondentds, had a contreversial interivew with the secret anti-French Algerian guerilla fighters led to his band from France. In 1957 he was expelled from France, however he was invited back to the country and received the Legion d'honneur. In 1959 he met with Sen. John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie which led to their friendship until the 1963 JFK's assignation. In 1961 became bureau chief of News Week. In 1965 he became mannaging editor of News Week, a position wiich he held until 1965. In 1968 he became Executive Editor of the Washington Post until 1991 when he becme the Vice President. During that time he exposed the Pentagon Papers; he hired two Washington reporters name Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein and together they challenged President Richard Nixon which ultimately led to his resignation. He is the author of several books: Conversations with Kennedy published on 17 Nov 1984, his autobiography A Good Life: Newspaper and Other Adventures published in 1995 and a Father's And Sons' A Life's Work, which he co wrote with his son Quinn Josiah Crowninshield-Bradlee. In 1976 he was portrayed by actor Jason Robards in the film All the President's Men. He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. He married first on 8 Aug 1942 in in Lindsey Memorial Chapel in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to Jean Saltonstall. She was born on 17 Jan 1921 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA to John Lee Saltonstall ( - ) and died on 19 Jul 2011 in  Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. On 28 Apr 1953 she arrived in Manhattan, New York, USA. On 24 Sep 1955 she departed Manhattan, New York, USA. In 1959 and 1994 she was living in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. At one point she departed from Le Havre, France. He married second to Antoinette "Tony" Eno Pichot. She was born on 15 Jan 1924 in Manhattan, New York, USA an died on 9 Nov 2011 in Milford, Pick County, Pennsylvania, USA. She is buried in Milford Cemetery in Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania, USA. On 1 Jun 1925, 1930 and on 19 Apr 1947 shew as living in Manhattan, New York, USA. In 1943 she was living in Poughkeepsie, Duchess County, New York, USA. He married third on 20 Oct 1979 in Washington, DC, USA to Sally Sterling Quinn. She was born on 1 Jul 1941 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia. She is lives in Washington, DC, USA.

  1. Chevalier Quinn Josiah Crowninshield Bradlee, KJ George Washington Hospital in Washington, DC, USA. He graduated from the Gow School in Buffalo, New York, USA. He attended two years at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont, USA. Bradlee is the Founder and CEO of FriendsOfQuinn.com: a social network for young adults with learning differences and foer their friends and family; the author of his auto biography, "A Different Life; Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures and "A Life's Work, Father's and Son's, which he wrote with his father Benjamin C. Bradlee (1921 - 2014). He is was also the assistant producer of the HBO documentary "I Can't Do This But I Can Do That." Bradlee has interviewed celebrities with dyslexia on his website such as Steven Spielberg, David Boise, Sir Richard Branson, super agent Ari Emanuel, Lt. Governor of San Francisco Gavin Newsom, New York lawyer David Boies, and Whoopi Goldberg. He had also interviewed leading figures such as Indie race car driver Stan Wattles, Elisheva Schwartz, British journalist Barbara Salman, FRSA, Founder and Executive Dyslexic of Notice Ability Dean Bragonier, Founder of PlayDHD Kirsten Milliken, Co-Founder of Decoding Dyslexia Liz Barnes, and ADHD Expert and author of Psych Central Zoe Kessler. His first book was Growing Up Learning Disabled and Other Adventures which was a memoir of his child hood growing up with Velo Cardio Facial Syndrome that causes his learning differences. His second book he wrote with his father: Father's and Sons, A Life's Work; a memoir about growing up with his father working in the woods and Bradlee's father talks about his father. Bradlee made a small documtentary with filmmaker Mark Meuhime who founded Meuhime Motion Pictures called Life with VCFS. It was about his syndrome Velo Cardio Facial Syndrome (VCFS) and was filmed at the University of Syracuse, New York. He was the brainchild and co producer of the HBO documentaries "I Can't Do this, but I can do That." In November 2017 he was the brainchild and a co producer of the HBO documentary, The Newspaperman: The Life and Times of Ben Bradlee, his father and the legendary editor of the Washington Post during the Watergate Trials. Bradlee is a Fellow of the Antiquarian Society of Scotland and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is also a Member in the Most Venerable Order of Saint John of Jerusalem and a Knight Commander of the Royal House of Braganza. On 15 Dec 2017 and purchased the title and became the 14th Lord of the Manor of Newbold-on Stour.

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