Post by Cornish Terrier on Jun 23, 2019 2:17:53 GMT -5
Yes, Richard Quick baptized 13th March 1663 (OS) at Zennor. He married Amey Nicholas at St Ives 26th November 1688 and was buried at St Ives 24th November 1692 leaving a Will written 29th August 1692 and proved 15th June 1693 at St Ives. There were three children - 1. Richard (1687-1706) - Admon. 1706 granted to his mother Amy 2. Phyllep (1689-1775) - although no marriage has been found it is she who married Edward Quick (son of William Quick/Elizabeth Stevens of Zennor) and had 8 children at St Ives. Baptisms for the first six children are in the St Ives PRs but there was a son Edward buried in 1730 and a daughter Phyllis who married John Bolitho at St Ives in 1756. She is identified as part of the family both by her name and by the witnesses two her marriage who were her siblings William and Bridget Quick. 3. Amey (1692-1780) - married Charles Jenkin at St Ivesin 1718.
Amey Quick, widow of Richard, married Robert Bennatts at St Ives in 1694 and had another six children and her Will was proved at St Ives in 1723.
BTW - this Nicholas family was known as 'Nicholas alias Nance' and I think sometimes appeared as Nance in the records.
Post by Cornish Terrier on Jun 23, 2019 4:26:44 GMT -5
Any chance that there is a baptism record in the BT??
Unfortunately not - there are scattered Exeter BTs from 1611-1636 and then none until 1663-1667 and 1673 and then Bodmin BTs 1681-1736 (with gaps). And although the original Parish Register is available it is largely fragmented or water damaged. In the case of the 1650s it appears none of the pages survived or the register was not filled out during the period of the Commonwealth.
hi my late mother who died last year was a quick . she lived in penzance. heamoor and st buryans. her name was enid Maureen quick. she had several siblings. she was married 3 times. first one Allen (me) next Richards then curry. I will post name etc but I will have to consult my sister . I don t know if its prevalent in the quick family but she had a very rare blood group which I have AB neg. I know the basque people have a high rate of neg blood. I will put more info on if needed.
Post by Cornish Terrier on Mar 12, 2021 22:19:18 GMT -5
Welcome to the site 'marlie'.
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