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O'Quinn cousins, by the dozens

compiled by John Kenneth O'Quinn, Sr.
Books/Monographs
English
Spartanburg, South Carolina : Reprint Co. Publishers, c1999
vii, 679 p. : ill., facsims., maps, photos, ports.

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"...A record of...the descendants of Silas OQuin, born July 24, 1789 in North Carolina, and ultimately the common ancestor of many families of Southeast Georgia, Florida, Alabama, South Carolina and several other states that later migration encompasses."--p. 1 Silas was born in Robeson County, North Carolina, to Alexander (?) and Patience OQuinn. "At the age of 23 he married Nancy Crummey in Colleton Dist. SC...In December of 1821 [they]... moved to Apling County, Georgia."--p. 34. In the mid 1850's the family moved to the 3rd District (present day Wayne County). Silas died 6 January 1880.

Includes OQuin, OQuinn, O'Quinn, Anderson, Bennett, Carter, Dent, Hingson, Johnson, Jones, Moore, Purcell, Reddish, Smith, Tillman, Turner, Westberry, Yoemans, Youmans and related families.

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