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PROFILE OVERVIEW

 
Full Name:

Quilly Manley Zinn
 
 Known As:  
    
 Date of Birth:August 14, 1814 
 Date of Death:March 29, 1868 
    
 Spouse:Lucy Ann Wilson 
    
 Father:John W. Zinn 
 Mother:Ruth Gandy 

TIMELINE

 
Birth:

August 14, 1814
Preston County, West Virginia, USA
 
 Marriage:at age 27 to Lucy Ann Wilson on December 23, 1841
Harrison County, West Virginia, USA
 
 Occupation:Farmer 
 Death:at age 53 on March 29, 1868
Doddridge County, West Virginia, USA
 
 Burial:Oxford Baptist Cemetery
Oxford, Doddridge County, West Virginia, USA
 

FAMILY TREE

DID YOU KNOW?

 

 

 Spouse: Lucy Ann WilsonBorn April 15, 1825 to Thomas Smallwood Wilson & Hannah Van Camp
Died sometime after 1880
Buried at Oxford Cemetery, Doddridge County, West Virginia, USA
   
 Family:Quilly Manley (Q.M.) & Lucy Ann Zinn had 11 children -- Mary Margaret, Cortez Lafayette, Marion Bukey, Victoria, Tristy Newton, William Wesley Worthington, Palestine H., Noah, Columbia Alice, Martha B., and Ulysses S Grant.
    
 

From the book by Bradford Spiker The Good-Will Community. A History of Holbrook, W.Va. 1814-1945"

 

 

"Good Will Community is located within 81.1 east latitude and 39.2 north longitude, and is part of South West District, Doddridge County; and Union District, Ritchie County.

"Union District was named in  honor of the 'Union Cause,' which at the time so dear to many hearts. The name was suggested by Q. Manly Zinn.

"South West District was no named because of its geographical position in the Country."

   
   

 

 

 



 

The Paths Through our Garden

            Continue exploring our garden:
 

  The Spiker Family Tree -- See how deep our roots grow.
  Grow Healthy Trees -- The story behind our family's Medical Tree
  Heirloom Gardening - We're showing off some of our favorite family heirlooms.
  Planting the Seeds -- Getting the children involved in our family's history.
  Gardening Tools -- Just a few genealogy related tools and links we use to trace our lineage.