QUINN,  Bartholomew

QUINN, Bartholomew

Male 1876 - 1956  (79 years)

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  • Name QUINN, Bartholomew 
    Born 21 Jul 1876  Kirkland NY Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Male 
    Died 3 Mar 1956  [2
    Person ID I00673  Imhoff
    Last Modified 2 Oct 2013 

    Father QUINN, Thomas Foran,   b. Abt 1845,   d. 1919, Clinton, Oneida County, New York Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 74 years) 
    Mother HOUSTON, Alice,   b. 1853,   d. 1933  (Age 80 years) 
    Family ID F00178  Group Sheet

    Family RAUSCHER, Mary L.,   b. 1882,   d. 1952  (Age 70 years) 
    Married 22 Jul 1903  St. Agnes Church in Vernon Center, New York Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Family ID F00257  Group Sheet

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 22 Jul 1903 - St. Agnes Church in Vernon Center, New York Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Bartholomew Quinn 22 Jul 1903
    Bartholomew Quinn and Mary L. Rauscher on their wedding day 22 Jul 1903



  • Notes 
    • I have Diary entries from Bartholomew Quinn from his tour of Duty in the Philippines.

  • Sources 
    1. [S00047] The Clinton Courier, March 1958 Page 6 (Date not legible).
      Bartholomew Qulnn, 79, of Kirkland,
      a veteran of the Spanish-
      American War and an employee of
      the Langdon & Hughes Electrical
      Co. Inc. of Utica, when the firm
      started in business, died March 3,
      1958 in a Utica hospital after a
      three-month illness.
      Mr. Quinn was born July 21,1876
      in Kirkland, a son of Thomas F.
      and Alice Houston Quinn. He was
      an electrician by trade and was
      employed all his life by Langdon.&
      Hughes, retiring 23 years ago.
      He married Mary L Rauscher
      _Uiu^-2VW03-trrSt. Agnes Church,
      Vernon Center. They moved to Utica
      after their marriage and returned
      to Kirkland about 1935.
      Mrs. Quinn died three years ago.
      Mr. Quinn served in the U. S.
      Volunteers Infantry In the Spanish-
      American War and was a corporal
      in Co "C" 26th U. S. Volunteers
      Infantry. He saw duty in the
      He was a communicant of the
      Church of the Annunciation, Clark
      Mills, and was a member of E. H.
      Liscum-O. Ross Wheeler Camp 33,
      United Spanish War Veterans, Utica;
      the International Brotherhood
      of Electrical Workers, Local 181;
      the Holy Name Society of the
      Church of the Annunciation, and
      the Third Order of St. Francis.
      Mr. Quinn leaves two sisters, Mrs.
      Daniel H. Pryor aad Mrs. Vincent
      Stockbridge, both of Seneca Turnpike,
      Kirkland; five brothers' John
      F. Quinn, Whitesboro; Edward M.
      Qulnn and Thomas W. Qulnn, Klrkland;
      William B. Quinn, Utica; and
      James P. Quinn, New York City,
      and several nieces and nephews.
      The funeral was Tuesday from
      the Heintz Funeral Home, 10 E.
      Park Row, Clinton, and the Church
      of the Annunciation," where a requiem
      high Mass was celebrated.
      Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery,

    2. [S00047] The Clinton Courier, Unknown date i March 1956 Page Six.