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Quackenbush -- Will Quackenbush of the Bank of Commerce staff has been transferred to the branch at Ayr [SR19180616p9]

Qualman -- Rev. Wilbur Qualman, pastor, Hartford Church of God -- see Geo. Boyt's obituary

Quanbury -- A. Quanbury of Woodhouse, farmer -- see 1917 Norfolk Exemptions [pdf]

Quanbury -- Arthur Quanbury 1887-1963 | his wife Edna Jane Ryerse 1888-1962
[Port Dover Cemetery stones]

Quance -- Bert Quance -- see 1918 High School Honor Roll

Quanbury -- to wife of C. Quanbury a son 25 Apr 1895 in Port Dover
[NR18950502] [ML18950503]

Quanbury -- C. Quanberry [sic
-- see 1914 Woodhouse Council 
-- donated to Ag. Society in 1916.
-- see 1919 Ag Society

Quanbury -- to wife of C. Quanbury a daughter 16 Oct 1899 in Port Dover [SR18991026]

Quanbury -- to wife of C. Quanbury a daughter [4] Dec 1907 at Lynn Valley [SR19071212]

Quanbury -- C. Quanbury was an officer of 1913 Woodhouse 

Quanbury -- Mrs. C. Quanbury of Lynn Valley donated to Belgium Relief [SR19141203p1]

Quanbury -- Charles Quanbury, farmer -- see 1917 Norfolk Exemptions [pdf]

Quanbury -- Charles Quanbury, gardener, Prospect Hill, Port Dover  
John Quanbury, poultry keeper, Prospect Hill, Port Dover  
Alice Quanbury, Prospect Hill, Port Dover  
Arthur Quanbury, farmer, Prospect Hill, Port Dover  
Minnie Quanbury, Prospect Hill, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

Quanbury -- Christian Quanbury of Port Dover married Lydia (Lillie) Henrietta, daughter of H. Fawcett of Port Dover, 26 Jul 1894 at Port Dover [NR18940809]

Quanbury -- to wife of Christian Quanbury a son 20 Aug 1903 at Lynn Valley [SR19030828]

Quanbury -- Christian Quanbury -- see Norfolk's 1919 Victory Loan Committee.

Quanbury -- Christian Quanbury, gardener, RR3 Simcoe 
Lydia Quanbury, Lot 2 Concession 2, Woodhouse [1919 Voters List]

Quanbury -- Chris Quanbury's famous White Leghorns won the following prizes at the recent Hamilton show: 1st, 2nd, and 3rd hen, 2nd and 3rd cock, 1st, 2nd and 3rd pullet, 
1st and 4th cockerel, 1st and 2nd pens, and two special prizes  [SR19191127p12]

Quanbury -- Chris. Quanbury, poultryman, Prospect Hill, Port Dover  
Gertrude Quanbury, Prospect Hill, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

Quanbury -- Ernest Quanbury -- see 1910 Simcoe High honor roll 

Quanbury -- Ernest Christian Quanbury, 796182, Private 
[1916 Norfolk's Own
-- see Carillon Tower's WWI Plaque 
-- see 1929 Monocle's In Memoriam

Quanbury -- Gladys Quanbury: 
-- see 1917 Simcoe High honor students
-- see 1919 Normal School results

Quanbury -- J. C. Quanbury of Port Dover married Miss Gertrude Brock of Port Dover, 8 Jun 1910 at home of her father, Charles Brock, in Port Dover [BC19100615]

Quanbury -- to wife of J. C. Quanbury a son 26 May 1912 in Port Dover [SR19120606p6]

Quanbury -- Lieut. John Henry Quanbury of the Calgary Mounted Rifles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Quanbury of Lynn Valley, died Mon 14 Aug 1916 in England [SR19160817p5]
-- Lieut. John H. Quanbury has died from his wounds. His father, Christopher Quanbury, is on the ocean steaming to his side. His mother received the telegram from Ottawa on Tuesday 
[Lieut. Quanbury died SR19160817p1] -- also see his obituary in SR19160824p1] 
-- see Carillon Tower's WWI plaque
-- see 1929 Monocle's In Memoriam

Quanbury -- to wife of John T. Quanbury a son 3 Feb 1894 in Port Dover [NR18940215]

Quanbury -- John Thomas Quanbury 1858-1921 | his wife Alice Burgess 1861-1941
[Port Dover Cemetery stone]

Quanbury -- Leslie Quanbury -- see 1915 Entrance Exams

Quanbury -- Lily Quanbury: 
-- see 1919 S.S. 3 Woodhouse (April)
-- see 1919 S.S. 3 Woodhouse (June)
-- see 1920 Woodhouse S.S. 3 promotions

Quanbury -- Mae, eldest daughter of John Quanbury of Port Dover, married Alfred Robert Powell of Fort William, Ont., Wednesday [d] Sep 1911 at her parents' home [SR19110914p7]

Quanbury -- Rachel, 71, widow of John Quanbury Sr., died 18 Apr 1899 in Port Dover [SR18990427]

Quanbury -- Ray Quanbury:
-- see 1920 Port Dover promotions
-- attended Simcoe High -- see 1929 Monocle

Quance -- Quance Bros.: 
-- donated to Belgian Relief (Delhi car) [SR19141203p4]
-- donated to Belgium Relief at Delhi [SR19150211p5]
-- subscribed to 1918 Sailors Fund

Quance -- the long established firm Quance Bros. of Delhi, miller, grain dealers, lumbermen and manufacturers, is being dissolved, successded by joint stock companies, one known as Quance Bros., Limited, millers; the other as Robert Quance Co., Limited, which will take over the lumbering and manufacturing [SR19160210p10]

Quance -- Mrs. Quance of Hamilton is at the home of Mrs. D. Turner, assisting in the care of her mother, Mrs. George Southwell 
[Blayney SR19150408p9]

Quance -- Alice E., eldest daughter of R. Quance, ex-reeve of Delhi, married George Toms 31 May 1898 at home of her father [SR18980609] -- Allie E., eldest daughter of R. Quance, ex-reeve of Delhi, married George Toms 31 May 1898 at the home of her father [WS18980609p8]

Quance -- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Anson Quance, a daughter [Lynedoch SR19101006p5]

Quance -- Anson Quance -- see 1919 Middleton Officials

Quance -- Anson Quance, farmer, Lynedoch 
Mary Quance, Lynedoch [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Bertha A. Quance, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Dick Quance of Delhi is overseas -- see Letter from the Front

Quance -- Elma E. Quance, Church street, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Miss Evelyn Quance donated to Belgian Relief (Delhi car) [SR19141203p4]

Quance -- Frank Quance of Delhi married Lulu, daughter of Edway Kitchen of Delhi, 11 Dec 1912 in Delhi [SR19121219p7]

Quance -- Mr. and Mrs. G. Quance of Delhi visited her sister, Mrs. G. Carrow on Sunday [Atherton SR19150902p2] -- Mr. and Mrs. G. Quance and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hilliard of Delhi visiting their sister Mrs. G. Carrow of Atherton [SR19170503p4]

Quance -- George Alfred Quance wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1907] -- Geo. Quance of Croton married Ora, daughter of Matthew Burtch, 20 Nov 1907 at home of bride's father in Atherton [SR19071128

Quance -- Geo. Quance:
-- donated to Belgian Relief (Delhi car) [SR19141203p4]
-- see 1919 Middleton Officials

Quance -- George Quance, farmer, Delhi 
Orrie Quance, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- George Albert Quance's widow, Orrie Mae Burtch, 67, died 27 Jul 1944 in Simcoe 
-- see her obituary

Quance -- George E. Quance of Delhi married Miss Elma E. Kent of Delhi, 28 Sep 1910 in Delhi [BC19101005p4] [SR19101006p10] -- see wedding review

Quance -- to wife of Geo. E. Quance a daughter (stillborn) 22 Apr 1912 in Delhi [SR19120502p7]

Quance -- Mrs. Geo. E. Quance donated to Belgian Relief (Delhi car) [SR19141203p4]

Quance -- George E. Quance, miller, Church street, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- to the wife of Geo. E. Quance, a daughter, 2 Jul 1920 in Delhi [SR19200708p11] [SR19200715p6]

Quance -- George Elizabeth Quance born [Ontario Vital Stats 1881]

Quance -- Hannah L. Quance, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- John Quance wed Catharine Fluhrer [Ontario Vital Stats 1877]

Quance -- John Quance of Middleton: 
-- was 1889 Middleton fenceviewer [BC18890227]
-- see 1891 Middleton Officers
-- was a Grand Jury member at 1899 Spring Assizes [WS18990413p1]

Quance -- John Quance, 68, died 31 Oct 1915 in Croton [SR19151111p7]

Quance -- Katie Quance: 
-- see 1920 S.S. 4 Middleton School
-- see 1920 S.S. 4 Middleton promotions

Quance -- Lulu Quance, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Miss Minnie Quance -- see 1906 Delhi Reporter

Quance -- Minnie Alberta Quance wed -- see 1907 Ontario Vital Stats

Quance -- Peter Quance's third son, Harold, died 10 Jul 1887 in Delhi [BC18870720]

Quance -- Peter Quance was paid for lumber in 1889 by Middleton Council [BC18890227]

Quance -- to wife of Peter Quance a son 26 Jul 1890 in Delhi [BC18900806]

Quance -- Peter Quance, 52, born 24 Aug 1848 in Ontario, miller
his wife Margaret, 49, born 31 Jan 1852 in Ontario
his single son Richard A., 23, born 12 May 1877 in Ontario, bookkeeper
his single son George E., 19, born 5 Oct 1881 in Ontario, miller
his daughter-in-law Daisy Lazetta, 27, born 29 Dec 1873 in Ontario
his single son Stanley T., 10, born 26 Jul 1890 in Ontario
his single boarder Albert S. Smith, 38, born 26 Jun 1862 in Ontario, accountant 
[1901 Census of Delhi]

Quance -- Peter Quance was a brother of Richard Quance of Delhi [1906 Delhi Reporter]

Quance -- Mrs. Peter Quance, 58, died 22 Feb 1914 in Delhi [SR19140226p5]

Quance -- Peter Quance's son Richard is visiting  from B.C. [SR19170205p10]

Quance -- Peter Quance of Delhi: 
-- see Norfolk's 1917 Victory Loan Committee.
-- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.
-- see Norfolk's 1919 Victory Loan Committee.
-- was pallbearer of Symilda (Griffin) Powell

Quance -- Peter Quance, miller, Church street, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Peter Quance of Delhi is visiting his son, Stanley Quance, in Toronto [WS19190320p11] -- P. Quance of Delhi has his son T. S. Quance of Toronto, visiting [SR19200205p2]

Quance -- R. Quance was a 1889 Middleton pathmaster [BC18890227]

Quance -- R. Quance was elected an 1893 Masonic Officer

Quance -- R. Quance of Delhi served on Fall 1898 Grand Jury [SR18981124p1]

Quance -- R. Quance -- see Norfolk's 1918 Victory Loan Committee.

Quance -- R. A. Quance of Delhi married Miss Daisy LaFortune of Delhi 13 Jun 1900 in Delhi [SR19000621]

Quance -- to wife of R. A. Quance a daughter in Delhi [SR19030212]

Quance -- Ralph Quance -- see 1915 Entrance Exams

Quance -- Ralph Quance of Bridgeburg visited his mother, Mrs. S. Quance of Delhi [SR19190424p2] -- Ralph Quance of Welland spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Quance of Delhi [SR19190904p3]

Quance -- to wife of Richard A. Quance a son 20 Feb 1902 in Delhi [SR19020227]

Quance -- Richard Quance Sr., 78, of Oakville, father of Robert, John and Peter Quance of Delhi, died 15 Jan 1900 at his home in Oakville [SR19000125]

Quance -- Richard Quance of Delhi died 17 Nov 1906 in Toronto [1906 Delhi Reporter] -- Richardson Quance died [BC19061128 death notice and obituary]

Quance -- Mrs. Richard Quance was buried in Delhi last week [1906 Delhi Reporter]

Quance -- to wife of Richard Quance a daughter 11 Jul 1909 at Hamburg, B.C. [SR19090805p10]

Quance -- Richard McDonald Quance, 21, single Wesleyan power house operator, born 
17 Jan 1894 in Wentworth County, son of Sarah E. Quance of Delhi, enlisted at Toronto
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Quance -- Private Quance of Delhi is reported wounded [SR19170426p1]
 -- Lance-Corporal R. M. Quance (photo) of Delhi went overseas with 75th; transferred to 60th. Wounded 8 Apr, gunshot would in left shoulder [SR19170426p9] -- Dick was a member of the Mississauga Horse Battalion and left Toronto about a year ago for England [SR19170426p9] -- Pte. Richard Quance of Delhi has been admitted to hospital in France with a gunshot wound to the shoulder [SR19180926p5] -- Pte. R. M. Quance and Gunner W. E. Steele returned home to Delhi from overseas to a warm reception on Saturday [SR19190130p13]

Quance -- Robert Quance:
-- wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1874]
-- see 1882 Middleton Officers
-- was nominated to 1897 Delhi Council [SR18961231p1]
-- was a pall-bearer for John M. Crysler -- see Crysler's obituary
-- of Delhi -- see 1915 elections
-- was a pallbearer for Reeve Charles W. Sanderson -- see Sanderson's obituary
-- see Norfolk's 1917 Victory Loan Committee.

Quance -- to wife of Robert Quance a daughter 3 Aug 1892 in Delhi [NR18920818]

Quance -- Robert Quance, 50, born 5 Feb 1851 in Ontario, lumber dealer;
his wife Joanna L., 45, born 8 Dec 1855 in Ontario;
his single daughter Minnie A. Quance, 20, born 8 Oct 1880 in Ontario;
his single daughter Betha E. C. Quance, 8, born 3 Aug 1892 in Ontario;
his single son Robert Francis Quance, 17, born 19 Jul 1883 in Ontario [1901 Census of Delhi]

Quance -- Robert Quance, manufacturer, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Robert F. Quance, sawyer, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quance -- Mrs. Sarah Quance of Delhi had her son, Ralph Quance of Welland, home for the weekend [SR19190904p3] -- Mrs. Sarah Quance of Delhi is visiting her daughter in Springfield, N.J. [SR19191002p3]

Quance -- Sarah E. Quance, Eagle street, Delhi [1919 Voters List]

Quant -- Henry Quant, gardener, Waterford 
Emma Quant, part Lot 6, Concession 7, Townsend [1919 Voters List]

Quant -- Mrs. Leeta Quant of Saratoga Springs, N.Y. was daughter of James Robinson of Townsend -- see his obituary
-- Mrs. Quandt [sic] of Buffalo is visiting her brother, R. S. Robinson in Waterford [SR19180801p2]

Quartermas -- Jemima Quartermas of Norwich married Edwin Franklin Schooley, 15 Dec 1847. 
Witnesses: Dewitt Woodward; Sylvester Harris [GJR-SR19010314]

Quick -- Della E. Beachem, 31, wife of Dr. J. V. Quick, died 12 Apr 1896 in Wahpeton, North Dakota [SR18960423]

Quick -- the will of George Quick of South Walsingham was probated in 1898 [Norfolk Wills]

Quick -- Mrs. Geo. Quick of St. Williams was daughter of John Butcher 
[Nober WS18991026p12]

Quick -- George Quick 1859-1897 | his wife Hannah Butcher 18[6]5-1949
son George Howard Quick 1897-1898 -- see photo of their cemetery stone

Quick -- Mrs. George Quick participated -- see C. J. Palmer's 100th birthday

Quick -- Harry Earl Quick of Hamilton, Ontario (240705), 22, single Baptist farmer, born 
18 Jul 1894 in St. Williams, son of Mrs. George Quick of St. Williams. Declared 28 Nov 1916
-- see his Attestation Paper, side 1.
-- see his Attestation Paper, side 2.

Quick -- H. E. Quick of Simcoe returned from the war this week [SR19190417p7]

Quick -- Henry Earl Quick of St. Williams married Ila Estella Poole of Rowan Mills, 1 Dec 1919 in Port Rowan [SR19191211p7]

Quick -- J. W. Quick:
-- was an officer of 1915 South Walsingham Council [SR19150211p7]
-- was an officer of 1916 South Walsingham Council [SR19160323p3] 

Quick -- Dr. Jacques V. Quick of Wahpeton, North Dakota, married Della E., youngest daughter of late John Beachem of Simcoe, 25 Dec 1889 in Simcoe [BC18900101]

Quick -- Ross Quick, farmer, St. Williams 
Leota Quick, Lot 18, Concession 3, South Walsingham [1919 Voters List]

Quick -- Victoria A. Quick wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1869]

Quick -- Wesley Quick was an officer of 1918 South Walsingham

Quick -- Wesley Quick, farmer, St. Williams  
Hannah Quick, Lot 19, Concession 3, South Walsingham [1919 Voters List]

Quigley -- Rev. Mr. Quigley officiated at the 1924 funeral of Mrs. Stephen Fick at Neal Memorial Church in Port Rowan  -- see Esther's obituary

Quin -- also see Quinn

Quin -- Charles W. Quin 1852-1900 [Port Dover Cemetery stone]

Quin -- Rev. J. Charles Quinn, 79, died 28 [Nov] 1893 in Port Dover [NR18931207]
-- Rev. J. Charles Quin, born 26 Apr 18817 at Portdown County, Armagh, Ireland, died 28 Nov 1893 at Port Dover [Port Dover Cemetery stone] 
-- the will of Rev. J. Charles Quin of Port Dover was probated in 1893 [Norfolk Wills]

Quin -- Mary Morrison Quin 1854-1913 | her husband Rev. J. A. F. McBain 1841-1911 
[Port Dover Cemetery stone] 

Quinlan -- Johanna, 73, a native of County Clare, Ireland, wife of Andrew Quinlan, 
died 15 Jul 1867 -- see
photo of her cemetery stone

Quinlan -- Patrick Quinlan, 67, single, born 15 Mar 1834 in Ontario, gentleman
Milton Oakes, 17, born 29 Jun 1883 in Ontario, farm labor
Arthur Porter, 33, born 10 May 1867 in Ontario, farmer
his wife Rebecca, 33, born 7 Feb 1868 in Ontario
his single daughter Eileen B., 2, born 28 Feb 1899 in Ontario 
[1901 Census of Townsend:5] [Compiler's Comment: living next to Weldon Porter]
[Compiler's Comment: this household list two heads: Arthur and Patrick]

Quinlan -- Patrick Quinlan, 75, died 26 Sep 1906 in Townsend 
[SR19061005] [BC19061003]

Quinland -- Bridget Quinland died [Ontario Vital Stats 1875]

Quinn -- also see Quin

Quinn -- the former Miss Edith Quinn of Delhi is now Mrs. F. S. May of London [SR19031211p12]

Quinn -- Edward Quinn wed [Ontario Vital Stats 1873]

Quinn -- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Quinn of Port Clinton, Ohio are visiting her father, Mr. Henry of Teeterville, who is very ill [WS19010711p8]

Quinn -- George Wesley Quinn, 22, third son of late Wm. Quinn, died 26 Jul 1895 at his mother's home in St. Thomas [NR18950801]

Quinn -- Rev. J. C. Quinn of Port Dover married Miss Bowels of St. Catharines, 17 Mar 1880 at 
St. Catharines [BC18800324p3]

Quinn -- James Quinn of Glanford Township married Miss Rhoda Barker of Charlotteville, 1 Aug 1895 in Delhi [NR18950808]

Quinn -- Jane, 82, wife of Michael Quinn, died 10 Oct 1907 in Jarvis [SR19071025]

Quinn -- to wife of John Quinn a son 1 Apr 1879 in Simcoe [BC18790409p3]

Quinn -- John James Quinn of Swift Current, Sask. (252257), 32, married Roman Catholic printer, born 10 Sep 1883 Bridgenolk Ontario, wife: Mrs. Blanche Quinn of Swift Current. 
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 1.
-- see a scan of his Attestation Paper side 2.

Quinn -- Mrs. John James Quinn (nee Miss Blanche Alton) and her little daughter are visiting her sisters, Mrs. A. F. Price and Mrs. F. Kell in Port Rowan. Her husband, Corporal J. J. Quinn, enlisted in the 209th Battalion and went to England, but returned to Canada on sick leave and is now in Cobourg hospital [SR19170607p5]

Quinn -- Miss Katie Quinn now of Simcoe and Simcoe barrister W. E. Kelly were attendants when Cornelius O'Riley of Denver, Colorado, married Miss Mary J. Murchison, prominent member of St. Mary's choir, last Tuesday in Simcoe [NR18921103p3]

Quinn -- Mary Morrison Quinn wed James Affleck McBain [Ontario Vital Stats 1875]

Quinn -- Michael Quinn, 75, died 6 Nov 1910 in Jarvis [BC19101116p6]

Quinn -- William F. Quinn, supt. canning factory, Port Dover  
Emma J. Quinn, St. George, Port Dover [1919 Voters List]

Quinsey -- Edgar Francis Quinsey, 34, died in Alberta -- see his obituary

Quinsey -- Margaret Quinsey wed Joshua Parker [Ontario Vital Stats 1880]

Quinsey -- children of Joseph and Frances Quinsey: 
Jennie Quinsey, born 22 Apr 1881, died 3 Oct 1896 
her brother Edgar Francis Quinsey, born 29 Sep 1884, died 30 Nov 1918
[Greenwood Cemetery stone]

Quirk -- Ann Brady Quirk 1842-1866 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Quirk -- Elizabeth Lang Quirk 1809-1857 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Quirk -- John Quirk unknown-1862 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Quirk -- Patrick Quirk 1800-1863 -- see St. Anthony's Monument

Quirk -- William Quirk, 62, a native of Ireland, died 27 Apr 1897 in Woodhouse [SR18970429
-- William Quirk, 62, died 27 Apr 1897 [Oakwood Cemetery stone] [GPS:49.975/17.444] 
-- the will of William Quirk of Woodhouse was probated in 1897 [Norfolk Wills]

Quirk -- William Quirk Sr.'s wife Mary Ann Kelley, 1842-1909
[Oakwood Cemetery stone @ GPS:N 42 49.975 | W 80 17.444]

Quirk -- to wife of Wm. Quirk:
-- a son 15 Jan 1908 at Renton [SR19080116]
-- a son 14 Jan 1908 at Renton [SR19080123
-- see 1909 Rural Phone Directory
 

 
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